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0 ' ' i ' ... . VOL. XXI. AA1ARILLO. TI3XAS, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1906 NO. 58 J; . I V f M " - , fil PERCE R. BENTON'S tent vjeow MMMRILLO SFr! MONDAY, JULY 2.M. . , o tS3hi 7.y-; -T v.. iy. , . l.'hUe, and rep, alod a short plaver for Hi" upose ni' He .soul of i ho (lend I i-i -1 : 1 1 1 . Several thousand people were i .-;,iMil . including niilliv ;i i ll t -n;il end iiiilom.ilir i in '- 1 1 1 ,t ) i -1 -: : . I'.at liliniv( .fuliM Owns a, .no. 'mIoi-.hIo Springs, t 'o.. .1 ul v L'n -I" Herald. ,Mrrm::n .lolni 'on g! , 1 in ni' ( 'Mi : i !.-. I,innv, M fame '' "I bit llloi:,o .Iiiiin." who l-Mi l I I v 'T l ed II : "n ill I lii, i I I . ;i ii noil Hi .; (i:if h v ill . . 1 1 r I ji 'iid $ Hi. hum in improv imv -l. X' -.1 iiimii Ii. ho sags, h ' will bring hi:; lull millionaire !-!' i.'l" lo thi ; i ilv. M.itKi:r i oit Tin; t.i;k. heavy, ful wi'llioi'.'i of u fairly good killing el iss. and homo r.ood Shron ki;iof;is of ihst. j iamb,;, nriveins w..iv or nil mm-is Cllic'iRd, .(Illy L'O.-- Til" MIiio;,ei I ;uu roiul i I ii ill ., io:,ll coo, Movs. ilisrowM'y r hhirk nu-l in iho w !i.-;tt j i. m;i ml h,i;; hoou ;;iloi, hoih fiohl.M of .Mil.ilfi.otH ninl Iho l;ilOl:i;; I i;i i h i i-m hoim; in tt;,M of iniiliou c;iii;;m u sh.uii inlviiiu-o in Iho ui, ! sic-.-p. 'I'ho ihoyomtuii Ii uriivo ., ml of whojit hovp. A I Iho rlnso I In- i-'oi j llio ihmiImM sir iho wrliior i-oll- l-Mlihor (r.s-y shnwod ;i no v.:' in J i 111; nioMly ul. II.Cu liihl linnhj; of 1j 'n '(; lorn WiiK ii "ir; n.ili j uroiiiul $C. YMM'o H'ui! ir.i lly liiohuii'.;.'(l ; uovi,', i C.ililo n FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFAMARIU.O, TEXAS. RFiGOURCES I.oflns and Discountt Bond, and Real liiUlc RcHoir.pl ion Fund Car.h and l'.x. SiU.'l.irJR. $496,103.70, Capital Stock LIABILITIES $200,000.00 2nnnnnn urplusand Undividod Profits J06,0o2!7r) Circulation " x.-' t: i ' ' j 25 People, Military Band and Grand Symphony Orchestra. A New Play Each Night. Grand Orchestral overtures from most popular operas, de!ihtf;il des criptive overtures, all the latest song successes and rap time ravels, a half hour before the curtain rises. lo.-Qrand Specialties Each Night-io Including the Famous Davis Sisters. POPULAR PKICFS IXRS I KOM TKX.VS. Ran Kl!. Into ft T,aii(Mi(i mul (hi KiiK'cr Ik Siiiasliod Into I'ulp. Trinidad. Coin., July Hi. Passon Rr (ruin No. 7, on tin; Colorado & So:ithcrn railway, carrying liundivds of Texas KlkH to Iho convention, was wi-ckcd threo nilloH north of Forbes Junction early today. Keltic;! Martin J. Culleti was killed ami Fire tvuin Cluules T. (ianxtt badly hurl. That he whole train wan not carried into a deep ravinv. result Inr in so'l ouh loss of life, was due to the fart Cm It was running slowly on ac count of recent heavy rains. The.train ran Into a landslide while roundinK a curve, and the eiinine rolled over, carrying two lianKae cars with It. None of the pasbHiRor coaches left tho track. KiiRliKxr C-.iUen was caiiRht under the locoinotivo and his body crushed to a pulp. Fireman Garrett jumped, thus escaping death. Though severe ly Injured, he walked three miles and notified the ofllclals here. Two spe clay trains from th south, carrying Klks to the Donver convention, are held here on account of wreckage. li-se I'arniii i ( n - I ChK. V- i -Ii'iiiJimi, Jul'. ::). :.,.. hi ' I i 'Mir I it'll- for Ii I i in; lijd - Oil - "mm, nun ';.i;inn :iti.-i IhiihI M' i lo ,-. . T,;o Imrnl... which ill '"' i ' Ui d In iI'Mionibral io'i:; of I "" an. I ? I .I'lMi. v, ul h,. rl.ii d -M; I ! I .'.ill bo.ir '.: ( i- i ut. I , ' tor I'oi Ii t.uui"li and reels i I :-i ri.-s. Tho bfind,; w ill lie ro- niahlc in ; (, ut i h- ph asnre of uovi-riiim ii t after ( "ii years from : 1 1 I pa lde in thirty oar:'. I'd' day. It j , said ih.u prai t i -. I T ail of tho money, whim anioiiiHod io $n.- uuo.iinu, has boon paid in. The loans ; wero niacin to lluaiiei il in ,t it luious throughout the country to tide over a j uuani iai Mringvncy, wmh h is now thought to bo entirely ivl'r-.i .1. I'lii'it Vineyard in Tca-. liarslow, Tex., .lulv JO .- Sn, i - i j -1 d Herald. - A deal has broil cmisu m- I mated whereby over ,'1.01111 anvs of ' Irrigated lands in this 1 Vi(,M 1 eoun- ' I'lMUlIi rli.i(nii:i .Venilily. K.i.- . .lulv ::m. Tiio fML-hdi an"M !,' a. ... itil-lv of t!v National Kansas l.'nv.oi'l Ii CiaulauMUa oprnoil i.' io loda1', and will roiiiinuo in so.. : ion iililil July mass prohibi- ! I 'll Kleel illL; W ill lie held on .1 uly 2 I, whii ii will bo Temp, ram o day. , rs. I ii'!. it, w idow of Ceneral I'iekelt, wiio led ihe famous charge at (!el-t.isbur;-. will ilrliii r an aiidri'ss on N.'iinaal day, .Inly :'n. .1. I,. Hrlstow .'iter or the Hnlina .lo-irnal. and son aiorial aspirant, will bo tho eiiirf i pe.il.er on lit 1 j 1 (ii i;t 1 day, July 2i, :ind i!v lie-,, (i. '.. Addii k. proshletit of t!n ( '(;-.( ral W'eslevan college, at Wanvnion, .lo., will speak on Mdu cational day. .lulv 1!M. Man..' other Hot :-d speakers will be pi e.-eiil . kx m:vi.!: in:ror. .1 1 Klks on an Kvciirsloii. Donver, Col., July 20. Special to Herald. Denver is comparatively deserted today, most of the visiting Klks having loft on tho various ex cursions run out of the city to near by points of Interest. It Is estimated that, nearly 10,00(1 havo left ou the Moffat road excursion, going to Ar row and other points on the line. ThlR Is tho fourth ofllela! excursion of the reunion, tho scenery along this route being the grandest In the state. I'. S. Treasury Cnlln in Loans. Washington, July 20. Special to Herald. Tho ten days or grace al lowed by the treasury department for the return of the loans niado to va rious banks last March, expires to- ty will bo ihovoioji'.'d into im A winery will be established in ihis city, as it lias he m prmen thai lb grapes of Mis section make superior wine. Ward county grapes took the lirst. pri.e j.t the si. lamb e.j,o..i,!ou and command the best prius. both, for their quality, and b.-caa-" lli.-v can jo placed on ihe market three I weeks earlier than t',10 Calibu ilia frit. ! Carrie Nation to ihi(e. Dallas. Tex.. July I'll.. -Special to Herald.-Carrie Nation, who was re cently arrested hero on a charge of svnding obscene matter through the mails, and released on a bond signed by several wealthy local men, ha; completed arrangements for a joint political debute, to he held In Dallas early In August, .lung.- A. K. 'i, min of this city will bo the fair smasher's opponent, and tho subject will be, 'Itesolml. That, the ivpulni can party is the worst cin-my of i Ik; count ry, and that the democrat ie par ty would be as had If it. had tho chance." Carrie chivrfidiy adiuii i her willingness to allow her opponent to defend older party, or both, while she will at'einpi to prose that both j are "tarred with IV- same Mick." I Another i-Hi(!soiiie Hiiildin for !"(. V: o ih 'I'd I'e litii!: 01' Tliur lcr f'.iiik. 'I'!'" com 1 1 art. foi- (jie new l-'ort. W'oriii - l:. nver l'rei::bi depot, to b( built at tiio lo.'iier of Ninth and I'ec. iii sireets. at. Fort Worlii, and to cost amiroi!uaiely $ IS. (MM), has re ceMt !y bei 11 h t to .1 T. Taylor, mi'ii-ag.-r of the Texas I'.uililing company. 'I'll- ib-poi is !o bo huili of Tburher brick, and is 10 be L' .". 1 x 1 0 feet In i:'1'. In 1,10 fruit, elevation there will b.- si-: windows and one door, sad in the r-ar ebnation there will be about two windows and two doors. The freight, room of the depot, will bo L'uO IV. ! in .length. It will be sfiitly mod.-rn ia enuipmoiit, with ( vi ry convenience. The roof of the ol'hv is to b.' liiiK'c of gravel, and Ihe roof of ih,. fudght room will be made. ; 01' tin shingles. 'I lie structure will ' .''eMporiod by a concrete foundu jtion. j The iivgvo puhlir school now s'ands on the corner of Ninth and . I'e sin reels, am' as soon as this building cm be moved, the building of tho depot will h'-giri at. once, and will b. completed within ninety davs. I ions were LI 1 j 'n I ."e higher. I Tiio advance in Ihe wheal nia occurred nbolll Iho middl" of Ihe ses sion, and was brought about In se oial reports from Minneapolis which claimed reliable aulborilies had dis covered black rust on samples of wheal sent from lh lia'.otss and MiniK sola. These ads ices cuu.;ed an active demand for wheat and .several of Ihe I. aditir; com tun sion homes b"iuc,ht freely. Tho ro,e v.h.. firm. Minneapolis, Dublin .iml Chicago re ported receipts of !'. 1 :irs, a ",in:i L'i'el last week and It'.' a year ago. Tho corn market was inclined to bo wvak. The aiUatue in wheat , however, caused considerable ((cor ing by shorts, and resulted in a ilrm tone. The rinse was linn, lieicipl .. la I! cats, with ,"! of lontiaol grad -. Oats were v., -all all day, because of weather, which was very favorable lo the new- crop. Receipts were 77 ears. Trading in provisions was of small volume, but the mark -1 was iirni lie cause of an varly advance in prices of live hogs. At the close Septem ber pork" was up lac, at $IT.I."; lard was ll'ic. higher, at $!. . and ribs were L'ljf'iac higher, at $:i.H' I - '-j C'll i Ii for lli" el. ! au.iiiv.l dpi -a- on. .'.'.111 wile on ivaehi ng I IM'I'I modern I il.iimi head, ago, J,'.'i-'K a Demand Loan oHS.OlV.rt I , 7 26, Joo.sb Dsnosits Tetal - - $1.483.0S?.3.V Total 200,000.00 977,004.66 $1,483,057.36 1 r: (ail of tin moat h ago, ;;, 1 1 : I i 11 ;m a is a yi, a in ago. Comliin-'d 1 and 1 .ilv.s for Ih "eel, tutal II.SSJ, ug for 1 ho same: tu ried la. t Mref .leers In-.; I he good lop I ha I featured Hie trade I " n s , I t . .Vol a load show ed up in Hi" yard ; lit. lo sell al J I. With the great bulk of (lie supply grading form medium to good. Iheie was aliuo i as gieit all a year ago, I 1 .(;;;. tin-e, .'1 i pl:i of . lr.ir ..oil ! v.i ok. jV. H. riKjua, President. Chas J. I;. Lowndes, Cashier. J. 5. Chesnutt, Asst Cashier, W. A. Smith, Asst Cashier. I'ope I'ius t the Tomb of l.eo. Home. July '. Sp-vdul to Her ald. A solemn memorial 111, is was celebrated by I'ope Pius at Si. Pe ter's thin morning, today being t!i. anniversary of the death of Pope Leo Vllf fi 1. . . -mm. 1 ue pope messed tho a ia- Points About - TOM L MILLER, Saves rutiniiijj to and fro from a hot stove, and prevents lite working jn a .stilling room. All the heat is concent mk-d on ironing stn fnec where it is want ed. An even temperature is always maintained, thus g'vir.e. ji-fiVt resnlts. Cool, clean, little. safe and cost hut Phone 20 will tell you about It. Electrician. HWIIHIIMIBIMIIH BUM UL .Mr. Jefferson I). Taib-y, formerly of N.islHill,.. now of Happy, was in Al.isi'iilo e'i erda v. i!e i-nest of j obi 'I'. iMie.-svi' friend, Mr. H. ). Mireeii. .'dr. '('alley is assoria I'.'d with iib" S.Midira o Land and Townslte reuip. ny, which has oMb-es at Canyon for (bo purpose of marketing bo nus lands and tewnsites which were obtained b this company in connec tion wiili tiie promotion of the new railroad fiotn Canyon to Plain view, wl l. h the Santa I'e now has under construction. Mr. Talloy is espe cially e:iihu.iaslic about, the new lo'.'.u of lipiy, which is located IS miles smith of Canyon, and the some disinnce north of Tulia. In spe-ikhig of this town, he said: "I! Im goliig to he a bumtimr. Why, only yesterday our company con tracted with an Maul em capitalist, to d'diver at Happy lwenty-!le car loail s of lumber In advance of Ihe railroad, and by the time the road loueh-'s us we will have plenty of residences and business houses to take care of the pi oplo, A bank, n grain elevator, two business houses, a lumber yard, hotel and livery sta ble have already been contracted for, and will be built. Just as koou us tho lumber can be rushed to "that point," mack Kus( Kcpir-M. Chicago, July 20. Wheat Jumped I'.ic a bushel early ou reports of blink rust, in the Northwest. The Minneapolis market advanced faster than iii 1 Chicago, and later on de clined more rapidly than this market. The reports were accompanied by buying orders from the North we a. Tho Southwest so'd Ctdto ft-"i ly. These reports eonie from the spring wheat li'dt, chietly from two points in South Dakota, ami are a parent lv vouched for by sonic of the good men at. Minneapolis, hut at tho same tliii; there were a great many contradic tory advices. It. will takv a few day;; to determine whether serious con sideration should be given these re ports. We may have a repetition of last year, when a scare, after advanc ing the market a few cents, collapsed, or two years ago, when great damage was dona the crop. Cables were from unchanged to Vi d lower. Hot ter weather was reported In Russia, but considerable damage Is said to already have been done. Cash prices on the other side receded before low er Ainrican offerings of new wheat. The seaboard reported twenty-fle loads of all kinds of wheat worked for export. Country acceptances were large. Total primary niavenient was 1,1 2.", 00 bushels, or ',00,000 bushels' more than last year at this time. Lo cal receipts were 3 03 cars, with 4 2S expected tomorrow. Northwestern cars. 202. an compared with H0 last year. Clearances, 13S.000 bushels. Corn was rather neglected, wl'h the new crop months inclined to weakness 011 tire forecast, for showers through the Missouri valley and up per central Mis.-dslspip vallev. Pri vate IIiIi'Ik.U 111 till. ml 1.. ,,...! I .......... ... ii, in,,, ,1 ,'eiie,.- rial effect upon this market. Liver pool closed unchanged. Oats Receiving houses sold Ihe near deliveries at the outset, presum ably against, cash purchases. The market was n small one at all times, but. strengthened as the advance In v.'hxat developed. Provisions were moderately high er, pi iiii ipally due to a bull i ifort on the part of traders, encouraged by the early advance in hogs ami tiro fact that offerings of pork and ribs were small. Rather liberal sales of September lard, thought to he prol'n laklng by a local operator, was a fea I inc. absence of eim, sinn and thin steers as of good to choii e grades. Iktcleers were actie in Hi" trade b'r all billing grades early in Hie day at sl-adv prices, hut as ihe cieam of the supply weakened, hi bliug showed an ca.ier tone, and Hie lale cud of lb" mai l et v l! ; so u. w ha t lower in spots lli;ru at ii" beginning. An early clearance was made. The supply of bu'cbi r cows slack ed up considerably larg"f than on lin early dais of !:e v.ee,, ;:,., vhje good to choice tows were Humorous, the supple of oiiii.'is a iii.i i anpei.". was: h-ea-.iir 1 1 ' 11 at any time ihis v.eo!,. Demand for good she si nil' v as In oml cued by I he pivsei:. e ul' on I ide huy ers. aad pat I its appeared air imp: lo I'".'- i'l V I ; Mpidie ;. Vi edi'r; - as active on all grides, an I the on!,- h.n to an early ' Ic.raace w,, 1 he Incom ing of a larre pai I of Hie supply at a lale hour in I e'oi'ay. Tke m ,r! ei sustain' 'd t !i" st re a . 1 a mani Ik . I early in the v. k. Tm,i rows in c; r bus brought Hi"' bulk km. Mug at $2. 10 2.li".. i rtiers fonr-l ;i steady sale at $ I .'in ' I .!H). Feeders and ('.peculator.: were Hp chief purchaiA.s of bubs on a steady marl-ei. Calf recolnts ran siualb r than on any day 01 lt:i v .-ck. and w : re just about right In cap the good d-minnd for veulers. (Jualily ran liie'Hiiiu lo good, with bill few choice. Top'? wore again 9 !..ku on tlm besl, with the bulk s.elling at $:;.7.Vir l.2.". Heavv calves were in good Inquiry and New Orleans stuff sold steady. The mar ket ruled steady. I ! id I Amarillo Dank and Trust Go. Amarillo, Texas Paid Up Gapiial, 850,000 . Banking Department Ainplr capital. Reliable anil prompt service. No account too small. None too Urge. Interest paiil ou time deposits. Trust Department JUnkr vour will and uatne this company aa your executor. It is better to leave your business in the hands of au in stitution that will not die, nor abscond, nor resign. Ieave jour will in our vault for safe keeping, CotiHilt us confidentially aliout this important matter. Valuable papers kept for you free. u J. C. Paul. Trcs. Ray. Whcatley, Cashier. Avery Turner. V. Pics. Cltas. A. risk, Jr. vScc'y. 4. Jm AiliC. Cattle and Sheep. Fort Worth, Tex., July 20. .--The sheep trad.) has been tiio liveliest for some time, the supplies embracing most everything hbalablo In the trado and totaling 700 head, against !!)!) u week ago, N!Ml a month ago. 210 a year ago, and 271 three years ago, .Supplies by rail were two doubles of FAKMs r::oM p.vsri i:i:s. 'cr.v Large Tracts of Land in West ern T as Are Ih ing Hi v ideil. Cutting the big pastures of the west ern part of the state luio sizes suita ble for farms is progressing, and Mr. Long of Roscoe, who wan In Fort W orth Wednesday, told of I wo more tracts which will go the same way so many others have gone, from ranch to farm. One of the tracts he named Is about fourteen miles from Roscoe, which Is eight miles from Sweet water, on the Texas L Pacific rail way, and the land Is only Hiree miles from a new station on the Orient. There are eleven sections In that - body of land, or 7.UI0 acres of black, waxy prairie land. Change ,'u Smith Tevas. lit tho Pecos country, down in the Concho or San Angelo country, and then on way to iho south, where the want's of the gif jap ih,, shores of the counties, ih.i-o Is the sanm spirit of change from entile raising to farming. Ami yet Texas Is not shorn of Its pastures, or lis pasture lands, to any marl, d extent by all (hat has been done, and is being done, In (lie development of tim farming Interests In regions heretofore known only as grasi or giisdag lands. Irrigation and artesian water have doir.i much, but as much, or even more, Jus been "one hy dial intelligent s.v.iein of fanning known as "dry 1 1 ri ;.;i lion." Th" possibilities are simply Incalcitla-bleblo. Elenli of Commerce of Amarillo. solute Safetv Libera! Treatment Exceptional service in every department of banking is offered patrons of this bank. Capital $75,000. L. SMITH, Pres't. M. C. NOBLES, Vice Pres't. B. C. D. BYNUM, Cashier. iiniilPfiBMiiHiiin j iruif Money is Stored Labor n C VJvRY man and woman should profit by the experiences of others, Not ouc iu ten thou- sand ever meet with a " wind fall " by which they get rich, but those who put aside a part of their earnings continously become independent la time. Put away a part of today's work, and let the habit grow on yous We will be glad to be j our depository. THE AMARILLO NATIONAL BANK. Socialisis Oirsnio, nized In received red 2i;:, The f-orinllst. parly org Amarillo thin week, havlin a cluulcr for a local, nuiul Their first, meeting will hv in the now barn, corner Seventh and Polk, next Saturday evening, ul. 7:i!0 o'clock. Ladles are invited. We are now permanently localod In our new ollico at. I2i! l'il lh si reel, where we will be glad lo have you v Isit us, Till', P. L. PKKSON RIIAL IkSTATK CO. . Phono (127 Tin; bally Panhandle has full As sociated Press reports. Price, fit) cents per month. ' C. I-!. liuclurt of Denver, repre sent ing the Smith Premier Typewrit er company, was in tho city this Week. H. PINE COIMIPAMY .OPT TATfS Farms, Ranches and City Property for Sale or Exchange Fifth Stiuset. Uussi?:u. Building. Phone TO W. (J. Fly, tho manager of Iho new Fnlon drug stora. Is expectett back from Hallas this week. Latest ad vices from him report au addition to his family In a son and heir, born last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fly and tho newcomer will make their homo Amarillo. in Nine car loads of excursionists passed through yesterday, n route :o Hereford. A la-ge number or them, stopped orf here, howcvoi, uwd were escorted over the country by bojuo of our teal cslato men. iff , p a 1v A 4 44 AJl. 4 A4 A 1 Uif 4twJ A A A A AA A-A-A K .A4JkMk A,AA-A.