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THR TWICE-A-WEKK MHRALD, JULY 24, 1006
THE TVICE-A-WEEK HERALD Pubbsii1 Each Tuday and Friday b P. E. E0ESP.N Enter at the Postornee at Amanllo Texas, as teeond class mail matter. OffMil Ortan of ho City if AtBarllU nd Patter County. ADVERTISING RATES: Ditcliv 15 tnt Mr Inch eh irmrtion . Lal B r.ntl cai Una Mah insertion. rttili ' J t,nt P"r worf ririt miarhon. um-a ! i (X. par word aach subaaquant inwtion SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR Thb Himld will ceae ramlng you when your I'ma eipiros unlos wa ara (ejthoruea to continue it. Should n Mbsenbar ta.il to retaira Thi Hipald regularly, ploo adrisa uj at onta by cr cr felephono. Ann arranaous raflaallen uoon the character atandin ar rnutntmn al anv Daraon. Arm or cor poration which may appaar irf the eolujrm of Thi Hmalp will be gladly corrected uphn its being Brought to the attention ot the ouonenere. "I' " I TUESDAY, JULY 24, 19(W. orn roiiiTirAij farm Kits. While Secret nry Shaw in iiihMiir friends of the mammon of uniighl-eoiiRn-M by lendln monvy to th Standard Oil hanks, Mr. Fair hanks Is playing a straight UHh by driving a mowing machino and making a polit ical "buy crop. Ah between the hay seen candidate and the Standard can didate, we should bet on the hay Medr. But utill there is a fly In the Fairbanks ointment, for 1118 misnian agfoint of his automobile In which he travels to and from his hay crop, ranged by an accident to a brother farmer's wagon, and thia fact iu be ing widely r'ilinhrd. J. A. Wayland, tha publisher or the Appeal to Reanon, Is a man of keen business eagacity, who has es tablished a journal, probably the ablest and most widely circulated ot the kind in the world, lie has won a placo among leading" thinkers and publiahers by sheer force of charac ter and unremitting zeal In a cause to which he has brought more adher ents than any other one man. on thia side of the Atlantic. While an ac knowledged leader In the political views he espousca, ha accords every man the right to think as he pleases. The business judgment of Mr. Way land is what, at thia time, has been brought to our notice. Amarlllo real estate has proved an attraction to him to the extent of something like )50,000, and In his great paper he Klves his readers the benefits of what Amarlllo Investments will do for th?m. Our choice for representative from this district is Hon. J. R. Bowman of Amarlllo. Mr. Bowman la an hon est, conscientious and fearless young man, with ability greatly In excess of the ordinary. He was elected to fill out the unexpired term of V. B. Ware, and has only been given an opportunity to represent the district nine days, or during the apodal ses sion .of the legislature, which was called for ono purpose only. There fore he has not been given an oppor tunity to show what Is in him, and he should be given the solid vote of the people at the primaries on tho ISth Inst. We trust that Donley county will roll up a big majority for "Panhandlo Dick." Clarendon Banner-Stockman. In picking the winners at tho next presidential election, everything has narrowed down to W, .T. Bryan and Theodore Roosevelt. Bryan never has been a favorite with tho big cor porations and the millions they have put, up te beat him in his campaigns docs not. make W. .1. feci like he Is particularly indebted in that direc tion. If Rooseelt Kfcps on ham mering away at the Standard Oil, railroad and beef trusts, be win spoil the ource of revenue for republican campaigns. So it looks as If the president elected In nOS will go In without a slush fund behind him Rmething novel In national politics since tho civil war. The ico trust has put up the prlto of ice to "save tho babies." This is a new form of "bnenevolent assimi lation." but it Is very. effective. And then it operates at home and lielpH the coffin trust and the grave-diggers. oN use of going abroad any more in order to "save," ar "assim ilate" weak and helpless human be ings. It. pays Just as well and Is much cheaper t butcher and pack then in their cradles right in our own cities. ft Is now explained I hut Secretary Taft was sent to North Carolina be cause those "Blackburn people" had been endorsing at some of the coun ty conventions Vice President Fair banks as successor to rrldcnl Roosevelt. The queutiou lt, has Taft toppudhe revolt" , ' t , Senator Foraker snys he cannot sit still for two years. W hy, of course not. President Uoosovolt can't, sit r.rill fur two minutes The r.ittled condition of I he rrpubliimi party won't allow any rent foe lin aidonf. votaries. What Influenced President. Rook velt to allow Fpmtaiy Ron;ipire to ghv the armor plate trust r,nri h hir, slice of that lonlrart, Vn 111.' nd ministration h-ts been trying to make us all believe It was ttghhn& the trust? nerretarv Taft made ; very pretty speerb at Greensboro; but. II had Iwi defects; It was evautve in most 1m portsnt. particulars, nnd a1iht was not. evasive It ar, unfortunate When private liilnmst.i am ;ildo to resist the public will, there I-, a' bad state of affair. Who will "sit. on th,: lid" when i.he president takes Taft. along to look over the Panama ennui .' St ihei' Comity All Hiftlil. The following Is lakfii from lb" Tulia Standard's writ up of tlin cel ebration of (he Itilh aninvr-rsary f the organization of Swisher rntni. and shows well the altitude of iim--.e good fiticns in the selection H :i representative to Hie legislature. V. ,M. C. A. Mo-ting. A wry em Inisliiutic iik'-.-i I n c; wa.-. held jesterday aftcnioon at Ihe op era house, the object, li. in to disi iiM-: tho ways and means of securing :i oYuni; Mns' Christian sssociatioii for Amarlllo. A good sized crowd was present, and the inleresl mani fested in the movo was Indeed urnt Ifying, Several splendid talks weiv made, arid the committed that lias been serving In the work w as com lu lled. H Is understood that, one of the gontlemen present, and who is one of the wealthy men of tho Hy, has agreed to makw a liberal dona tion toward tho work. Tho meeting adjourned to come tot-ether aalu this evening at 8:30 o'clock, hi the directors' room of the First National bunk, at which time more deiinitn steps will he taken. A committee was also appointed to get opiioiis on some lots for a site for the bulldinu KAMI BIT ASSOCIATION'. Meeting Held Saturday Night and (icntlemi-n Appointed to Accom pany Car. A wvll attended aud very harmoni ous meeting of the Panhandle asso ciation, was held Saturday niRlit at the court house, and anionn oilier business transacted a geiiileui.ui was appointed to accompany t'.ie exhibit. car on its Northern and Kasiern trip. The s-electioti was in the person ol W. A. Ward, one of the mo.-.t success ful and prominent farmers of the Panhandle. Reports from tho vari ous committees wvre heard, and were, indeed, flattering, its the inter est being shown In tho work Is bet ter than expected. Mr. Morrow, tho trawling representaiive, reported having received twenty memberships outside of the city, making an In crease of the financial end of about .")00. The subscription from the business mt'ii here amounts to $M0, and from tlw real estate men $70d -total, $1.67."). It Is the Intention now to raise at least $,.'i(i0, and pos sibly $3,000. F. W. Zimmerman was appointed general solicitor for the exhibits, together Willi .1. II. Wills, H. H. Mc.Mpino and W. S. Roberts. The route committee Is; .1. W. Teeter, Hon A. ( 'rosso! t. F. 10. Simpson sad C. .1. ICusiioy. Ceneial advertising committee: .1. K. Shlre- man, C. .1. Iluskey and P. U Person. Local advertising committee; ,1. p. Bartlett, .1. C. Paul and Henry Howe. Out-of-town cominitlees: Miami-- .Itidgo Carter, W. S. Mailin mid .V. Locke. Hereford T. .1. Good, who will appoint tlio two oihers, Channlng--T. P. Webb, who will appoint two. Canyon City l. C Lair, who will appoint, two. P.tmpa T. D. Hohart, who will nppolni two. Panhandle .1 . L. tlray. who will appoint two. Hereford has been invited to select, an asslum lo Mr. Ward, which will be done this week. Mr. Morrow Is on tho South Plains this week, solliiUng membership. Another meeting of the association will 1)0 held next Saturday night. Will Interest Many. Every person should know that good health is impossible if the kidneys are deranged. Foloy'6 Kidney Cure will cure kidney and bladder disease in every form, and will build up and strengthen these organs so teey will perform their functions properly. No danger cf bright'B disease or diabetes if Foley's Kidney Cure is taken in time, Golding Drug Co. 53-61 ffmfl-jwi) w FJDWUMIllW.WTrlwaH!'el ICKB lilTCH in EN Dickinson c?tXANNERS Tho Individual flavor of Tutii e Brand Corn is devel oped in Ihe field. Our special ly pedigreed variety ot Sweet Corn seed and Woodford County- soil mike it. Ask Dick's Kitnhen for Recipe Booklet JUSTICE BRAND. At all Grocers. Nobles Bros. Grocer Co. Distributors. V'-cy'.; 'mm AM 1 t rif;s.-!,"tNy r'' J' lip i in; ( iiim kv i;ii rii; s im;k.m AlOr (lie Pic-it lnv "'! Vitit's SleeiuiiHis "lliincss" at the Ter-i-it-ieial I'i'ess AsMiciation. Tiil-c nie somewhere east of (lulhrie, Where Ihe beer will sriiiit and fo 1111. Wiieie Ihe bon;-.e from old Missouri Will remind on.: so of lionn;. See the pipe lines from Kentucky, Pumping bourbon to the dry, Thirsty souls who bn.n have wailed For the bourbon and ihe rye. Sparkling fountains oT in ricUcys Soon will play on every lawn, ('online highballs will rei,. ns At llie breaklliK of the dawn. Pi re plnus soon will run Willi hranilv, Of coiuie soda we hae bail, Heer In pitchers, up dark alleys, Doesn't siiiind so really bad. Musty ale and green mint juleps, Tom and Jerry's Shundycaffs, Sherry Hips and Mamie Taylors Soon our smiles will turn to laughs. Water carls will soon spray "chaiu pir;" "Cordial'' greetings one will gel, And the land of thirsts and "smash tips" Soon will be out In lh. wet. I e Want Your Business s And promise fait and impartial treat ment. We use the best in all lines and have no favorites. We have built up a good business on this basis and shall continue to give you the best ser vice possible. If they please you tell others, if not tell us. The up-to-date druggist .:-.-4f GOLDItiG DRUG COMPANY. A Pimv llai'guins in Peal P.state. Three house close In, rent, for $M per month: $-1,-j;u.ti0; half cash; bal. one and two .wars. Three 4 0-ncro tracts, of land ad joining the city; $:i.Vun per afre; half cash, bal. lo suit. One 4-room house, wvll located, Kirner lot. east, front, $I,:MHI. One corner lot and '.'-room house, $int); rents for $iii).(l0 per year. One section of land, with improve ment.' wiik n are w on n : . i snap al $11',. no per ai re bonus - ono- Ihird ca-h. bal. Ihe oars; K percent. Pel'r.iTd payments $ 1 ." per year. Phis section Is located J miles from Washburn, and will be worth $:."() per ai iv w il liln six months. One seel ion s miles from Amarlllo, well Improved ; ? I :!.0i) bonus. (Mie section smooth land, L'O nil. fi'om city, $7. no patented. I till I Is to suit. 1 1 arc liases. r.O.nnil acres patented at, a bargain. INTKItSTATK LAND .t I MM Kilt A TION' Cf). 1 o t w tth st. Phone :;:;(;. r 5 -1 f I or Sale. CitANNiiN'.i, Ti;a", Three Glory ho tel, well furnished, 38 x 80 foot, grounds 75 x 100 feet. $2 00 rate Twenty, rooms and more practicable in third story to accom modate present overflow. Popula tion' tOO and increasing. Only hotel. Will sell at a bargain, rea sonable payment down, easy terms on balance. Address Titr. Capitol, Freehold Land (j. Investment Co.. Ltd., 50'58 Channing, Texas- Ill 10.10. "I saw an automobile today," "Anything so remarkable about that?" "Not very. .Itisl reminded me of old times. I remember I bey used lo be utimerotiH before Hying machines ciune in." "I wouldn't hhow my shoulders like that." "Yon couldn't; you haven't shoul ders like that." v "Mamma, what. Is a gras widow?" "A mass widow, dear, l-t ;i lady whose hm.haud plaj s golf ' ' Nothing Put (naft. "A." said the elllhllslaslie friend, "your I'aiher-in law g,ie you a chock for $10,011(1 I understand." . "Yes," replied the ouug mall who had married the daugtii. r of a trust magnate, "but. (onfoiftnl hlni, lie niadu i no give him a secret rebate." Turned. W here -c..,l iliu v ile mm ki al.er stood Kach writer now seeks soniet hi uv, infill ; The tide Is liirneit and no inure Spleen I.; M illed In Ihe magaln". Him "rr''' " iVoi"t ''tM ", f , HALT PRICE, AHpl'IWffetl I'lkT..DrfaR-.Tlln M'iKftifieM Se' IL tf F' '.Pt M')ll't tt(f' IfU'Y I'M- ftrv'f Oil tin pi(t 1 Mid . ftl.R. nth a.ilu( ibxav. 5ENTER , GULEKE, ricture l-t aminji, Ifnrni lurc Repaired ami Vat . nished. 600 PolK Street. Pohne484 Wirekeil by Dynamite, (Associated I'lens.) Peilln, .Inly 'j:!. -The Vossiche eituiig of this iiy this afternoon published a dispatch from Allmvlt, Pnes.ifii ;'ie.ia, ;-avini IImI. the Singer Se'ing Machine lai inn Sof.nowti e and Heijd.in lud be.-n blei-n up by bomb,; at ahoiit the snie time today. At oo.nowlrvt ;U per-ous were ispverolv wfiundci!, and at UeniL.in lour were Iniured. Lady Ouron loiileil. ' .' I Associated 1'renn ) I endoii, July Th bodv rif tlie late Lndv Cur?on WHS bulled to 1( in the family vjfiilt in'lbf vilMge rli il ti h aid al MrtCtd letone, in r b ? pre .once of only the immediate rela tives. Among the mass of flowers was a beautiful wrMlh from presi dent l00;-eell. A Shoshone MiikIci- M,vlery. I Ass'ji idled Pi ess. ) Shoshone, Yyo., .Inly "R tiny Anderson, one iif I lie vlilitus of the shooting Saturday, will probably re finer. There are eighl :;u.,pieous characlers in jail. ho will In- ship ped out of I be l ily. It is now believ ed Moody was killed by all enemy from South Pal. ola, ami not. by gam blers. It is announced tb.il there Is no need of calling out the nillilia, ai or der lias been restored. I At- of New MnsucrcK. ( Associated Press.) London, July -!.- Israel ..iii", will, president of Ihe Jewish territo rial orgH tii.al ion, has received a o egiani from Hilssia to fh.i effect that the counlry is on Ihe eve of new mas sacres. The dale for the massacre of all Jews, has been fixed for July which Is the anniversary of Rus sia's conversion to Christianity. I'.fli(firi Off for Canad;). (Special to Paily Panhandle.) MaKara Calls, X. Y.. July L':t.--Tho members of tho Pennsylvania Stale Kdiiorial assoclalion left, here last nislit for a two week's trip through Canada. The tour will extend to Vancouver, on tho Pacific const. The editors n;o travelins In a special train. FleM, Country on Kuril). .1. I). Millon of Central Missouri was In the city last week, having en roiled a large number nf pernio from his section of Ihe country. Ho utated that, he r.old IM'.Oftft acres of Jand near Hereford to his Missouri atvd Illinois friends, and all were well pleased with their investments. He also nold two tractK of land about hie miles front Amarlllo to parties from the same town he lives in. One, fir. J. V. Hendricss. and the other lo Mat. F.merson. In speaking of the Panhandle Mr. Mlllon said: "You hnvp Rot the best, country on earth, and you don't know It, We were the Paine way one time In m.v sec tion, and now see ihe error of our way. The Panhandle lnds aie as ijood as the $1(10 to $li,i) Hnd In Mlsioiiri, Iowa, IndlHiia ami Illinois. 'ou can raise just as much or more wheal per acre, jiib-C hh line corn, as prolirie crops of niilo iriaUe and other foi-HRe producls, and ye. tho great, vslue of this section Is just, now dawning upon you. You have been sleeping these ears tin Iheso oppor tunities, for Ihe day of cheap prop erties is fast, disappearing. You can no longer buy this land for a song, as In years gone by, for' the, outsld world has comp to realize, that thli Is Ihe coining contntry; tho future wheal, belt, of tho world. Don't art surprised when I tell you that DO per cent, of tho ppntplo from my sec tion of Ihe country are Investing; In Panhandle dirt. They know a good thing wTien they poo It." Traveling; Mm at Pnllm. ' Dalian, Tex., July 23. Saturday was Traveling Men's day at th ChatiUiHpia assembly now ia pro gress h-ve, at. Lake Cliff park, and many lejulghta of the grip from all partn of th state were In attend ance. Pr. Homer T. Wilson, nation al chaplain of the Traveler's Protect ive association, delivered an ad dress. . !f i r , ' - ' -v. I Sell nv5p;tprr t. AuHIom. (Specia? to Daily Panhandle.)" ' Anaarko, OI.,.lnly 2:t. Tha plant and good will of the Amularko Daily, Democrat will bo sold at auction to day, to satisfy a jnorlgago held by tho Washita Valley bank, of Fort Cobb. Th jwiper has been, conduct ed by Thomas Keiarse, a stockholder of tho bank, ponding Its sali. HOME INDUSTRY The pride of a city are its in- in dustries. The sorrows of a y: city are the lack of them WE MANUFACTURE ' f and our existence depends upon you loyal support. i PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. L. E. MAGNENAT Physician and Surgeon Office at Golding & Richardson's drug Office rhoue 48 store. Res. Phone 336 C. E. Omliitil J. tV Bowmin M. J. . iickiti Gustavus, Bowman & Jackson LAWYKRS AMARIU.O - TKXA3 Ofiicr Ilfilland HMp. Phone Connection Notary Public in Ofliee. HALL & FREDERICKS Attorneys and Counselors at Law Rooms 4 and 5 Oliver-Knkle BuildiiiR Amarillo, -:- Texas AmafiUo Ice Cream Co., Phone 223. Orders Delivered Promptly. L. C. Darratt Selh W. Stawsrl J. A. T.mplaton Barrett, Stewart & Templcton ATTORNHYS-AT-LAW AMAR 1I.I.O Danisge Suits a .Specialty. Holland lulimnc Phont 10 Thomas F. Turner W. Boyc Turner & Boyce A'l TOK N K VK-AT-LA W Office Over Amarlllo National Bank. Amarillo Teiai John H. Wills, REAL L STATE and AfiSl'RACTS, Potter County Orjjani.efl, Amarillo Laid Out mid John IL Wills' Land Office. lis tablished in 18S7. HUGH L. UMPHRES Lawver Room 3, Olivcr-Eaklc jiiilding, Notary Public. ThoneblO VEALE& CRUDGINGTON Lawyers Amarillo, Texas Sialyl Ji ' 'ZtUM ait for the Lmb There is no fence like it. Made of high carbon steol, Always hold3 " its shape. Strongest wire fence ' ' made. Always gives satisfaction, f ' 1 urge&s 9 n Sole Agent,- Amarlllo, Texas. c NOW you can buy Groceries fresh and have I hem delivered promptly. North and cast side take notice. NORTH SIDE DEPARTMENT STORE, is now ready for business. Fresh, clean, new Groceries' Meats; Yc-Rc-tablcs. WE DKIJVER. F. M. KEITH. Prop. .SyiiiSs,; D0NAII0E & WEMPLE O. T. Vinytd. M. D , Res. Phonn. ?.6R. S. P. Vinyard, M. D.. Re, rhnna, 208, Vinyard & Vinyard, THYSlClANo AND MJRGKONS. Office in Holland Buildinc, Upstairs, Roms I and ?.. ' Flu'iie f!?3, Amahillo, TcAAfl. W, E. GEE. Lawyer, Amarillo. Ica. Room 'J, Firit National Bank Building, dary Publio in OlTici, -AGENTS FOR 1 ' 4 .'. ' . - Panhandle Lands ...... Your Patronage Solicited. J 15 E. 1th, Cain Block. Amarillo, Texas v 1 4lfflV)(.t(fteAj.a-t a.-.. Hi iZAfi , V4 4 I 1mU-. '. ', A V A ." ' A. j 4 A '..