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THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JULY 27, 1006 1 Vv, j t i ! I LOCAL NEWS. TI'ESDAY. Miss Marlcy of McKlnney In vlnlt in$ bcr aunt, Mrs. F. T. Donson. T. J. Murphy of Docatur, 111., Ii among: the many visitor hero. S. D. Crudington has Just returned from a buslnera trip through Okla homa. . Mn. Will Taylor has boon unable to be out for itevoral day on account of alckncss. Mri. J. J. Hill of Memphis, Tenn., Is here fur a visit with her father, . J. F. Baddler. Mr. Bullock of the Roach drug Mtore, In confined to hla room on ac count of sickness. It. F. Hall of Hall & Fredericks, Is nttcndlnz court at Claude, In the In terests of his client. A. Lemoone, who has loen visiting friends and relative here, returned to Vernon this morning. .1. H. Veascy Is on u business and pleusuro trip to Memphis, Tenn. He will return about August 3. lkrbrt Lewis, the presiding offi cer of the Itoach Drug; company soda fountuln, Is In Dallas for a tow days' Virll. MUs Arvel Bjrkely has returned f.om a visit at Venus, Tex. Her sis trr accompanied her and will spend Several weeks here. Mis Alloa Itoach of Jacksonville, Texas, Is visiting her brothers., Messrs. Burton and Elmer, of the itoacli Drug company. Tho debris in the Huntft Fo yards, causod by the burning of the shops Meently, has nearly all boen romov J, and workmen have arrived to be ll n the rebuilding. William Lay Is tho first proporty owner to begin placing cement walks in front of his Polk street property. Ah soon us the. workmen finish his block they will continue south till Twelfth street Is reached. Pov. Chatfield, superintendent of iMiihty schools and missionary for N'l'thwwt Texas, left last night for Denver on business. Ho will postd bly look out for a loa! pastor for the Vlivt, Congregational church, t Anton'.? the land salos mado this v.yck Is one by tho S. M. Cotton com pany of a si'vtlon near Wnrhbnrn to N'. Wnrwlskry of Ludonla, Tex. A ;,(",iil.m:iil came ip with Mr. War I uhkvy to ciilllviUotho laud the. com- Iiik ?. u-:r. Tom Humes, w'.hj was Injured ou:' ilnii' a po by a falllm; ariilTold. , 1'iis nervptod a piir.lt Ion art bookkeep er wlih Reese &. McDonald. Ho Is lerl; for tho Woodmen, and will make his office wJh Recso & Mc Donald for tho collection of duoj. Mr. Alk'ii of Hereford was In Am arlllo youterday. ou his way homo from a trip through Southern Texas. Mrn. T. 15. Shirley and (laughter, who have been visiting Mrs. Leu Blvens, left yesterday for Hereford, where they will spend the summer. 1. L. Person, tho land man, was proudly exhibiting some luscious looking peaches today. Thoy were the product of young troes In his own yard.' They were large, perfectly formed, and of that rare and dcllcato coloring that ninkes the word "peach" expressive for certain othor forma of beauty. Koot t HarmonBon Is tho nuuio of a new real estato firm. Both mem bers of the firm are well and favora bly known in Amarillo, having lived here for a number of years. Both Rontl."men are familiar with the val ues and possibilities of Panhandle All Tbe World knows that Ballard'1 Snow Lini ment has no superior for rheuma tism, stiff joints, cuts, sprains, lumbago and all pains. Buy it, try it and y"u will use it Any body who has usod Ballard's Snow Lini ment is t living proof of what it des. All wo ask of you is to get a trial bottle. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by L. 0. Thompson Ji Bro. 64F60 Dividends in Diamonds A Stone bought six years ago has . increased 100 per cent in value and is increasing 10 per cent or more a year. They grow into money while you wear them. For a fine selection in loose and mounted goods, see . . . lands, and will doubtless give their business, the, benefit of tholr expert once and knowledge. They have so cured offices In tho Eberstadl build ing and a io ready for business. Hon. John F. Lacey, United Stutes land commissioner, of Oskaloosa, la., was in Amarillo Saturday, on his return from a trip through tho Southwest, Mr. Iaccy was for nig teen consecutlvo years member of congress from his district in Iowa and has been chairman of the United States land commission for a num ber of years. Ho has wldo Interests in the Southwest and intends to de velop them. vi:i)i:si).Y. Charles Btim Is visiting K. D. Ken nedy. J. B. Logun pf this city was a vis itor to Fort Worth Monday. John W. Poo of Roswfll was here the first of the week on business. V The Amarillo Ice'Cream factory manufactures high grade ice cream. J. S. Ayers, Proprietor. 35tf John Herod utid his mother, of Hereford, ' aiVs visiting In the i lly. Conductor h ml Mrs. M. 8. Bo.ver of this city haw gone to Roswell to visit relatives. if you have property you want sold, list It with us. Donahoe & Wemplo, Room 10, Kaklo bldg. 56-tf Mrs. Herbert" Gill 1iaB returned from Roswell, where she has been visiting relatives. ,,,; John W. Floarney of the Security Lr.nd company is li Melrose, N. M., looking after real estate ln'eiett'.. William Tobln, cigar maker at Oosser's' has gone to Londvllre, Col., to visit holno folks a couplo of weeks. Royal Fruit Cream is the best in ice cream,' Amarillo Ice Cream Factory, wholesalers and manu facturers." " 35tf (1. M, ;Fl(iU5htor was Ivor from rtoswell' Monday In reference to the new Baptist church to bo built there. Little Miss IxMa Callaway, who has been slaying hero with her rrund mother, left this morning for a visit with her father at Corriell, OU. J. K. Cowans, who wiih In Portuleo Monday on business, ret timed Tues day. John says ho will try and sell some land, and we hope he will meet with succons. Slop at the City Meat Market ami inspect Webster's new McCas kins account register. 51-tf The Ladl-V Aid society of tho Christian church, at their meeting this afternoon, began a course of 151 hW study, rendo tho leadership of liev. Jewell H. Howard. Mrs. Mcfcle Coble and two chil dren, from Elect ra, Texas, are tho guohtH of ht'r sister, Mis. S. C. Chair man, at fit) J Uuroln street. They are en route to their new homo at Miami, Texas. $1,000 to $1,300 to loan. Good securityreal estate preferred. 5Hf R. B. Newcome. J. W. Whltcftmb of Koswell has ac cepted a position as stenographer with the Pecos Valley Itnlgratlon company. He was formerly Jn the Kansas Cjly ,iftlcea-of the company. Charles. Benner, president of the roiirfennlzed Monarch Lund and Loan company," arrived TT11b morning from Cashing Ok. Mr7- Benner ha been l.i I lie banking, fctislnoss at Cashing, but,, becoming converted to an entli'i sl.tat'c believer in the Panhamll ?, ho has disposed of his intcrti In Ok lahoma, and will now make Ann.rillo Ms homo. v Krnest and Leslie Strange, nnod J7 and 15 years, highly crcditalo i,n.l representatlv boys from McLennan county, and grnndsonB of Mr. J. L. Caldwell, arrived 'ast nlgh on a protracted visit to their very appre ciative kin folks. Hume Sweet Home. 2400 town lots and same num ber of farms for sale in Live Oak county, Texas. $120 will buy you one of these lots and a farm. Only $10 down and ten dollars per month. For further particulars see F. W. Popham, Stock Yards office. "'' 42-tf SEEVVALD. The Jeweler mi IITE SWAN PINEAPPLES Are all selected from Bahama flock, the finest Pine Apples grown. Arc packed immediately upon cutting, prepared by a new process that retains all of that luscious freshness, so loved by people who have ealen Pine Apples in the Tropics. Everything good in cans Swan Drand, if your grocer M does not keep them, send us bis name. THE WAPLES-PLATTER GROCER CO. Denisoa Ft Worth Dalit Mitchell Bros, are prepared to de liver ice to all parts of the city, rhono 563. 56 tf Mr. Vial, manager of tho Wood burn, Croft & Doty company, was a visitor at tho Panhandle office this af ternoon. Tho Woodburn, Croft & Doty company hus the contract for raising the gruels of the Pecos Valley across the I'alo Duro canyon. The company now has a large forco of men and teams at their ramp, and will push the big undertaking as rap Idly as posslbli). Do you keep chickens? Do you Ret as mauy cjs as you ought to? If not, try feeding them on bone meal. l;or sale at the City Meat Market. 51 -If The rarLnconu, of tho Pecos Val ley 1 nun Ural Ion (oniiany, Is here to day with a 'number of prospectors. W. H. Allison, mnnarror of tho com pany, and Tom Malone of the Kos well olllcc. are In charge of the car, and Messrs. TUIotson and i'enrsall, agents of the company, are with tlio party. Hoss Malono and Hugh J. D. Howard of tho local office are show ing the party over Amarillo and tho Amarillo country. H. Folsom and J. H. Johnson were visitors at tho Panhandle 0 111 re this afternoon. Mr. Johnson, a retired banker of Osknloosa, Kas., Is here visiting his old neighbor, Mr. Fol som, and looking at the Amarillo country. Messrs. Churles Ducki Jno. Ham and C. Hosford of Oskaloosa, who came down with Mr. Johnson, returned to their homes this morn ing. All these gentlemen were great ly pleused with tho Panhandle, and will make Investments here. TIUKSDAV. Alex Davidson left last night for Fort Worth on a business trip. Miss Jane Howell of Blenna, 111., Is hero spending the summer. S. Llghtburn returned last even ing trom an extended pleasure trip to California. Judge Lon D. Marrs was a visitor at tho Panhandle office this after noon. Miss Vesta Oulnke of this city is visiting the family of J. M. Frank lin at Clarendon. will crown your efforts to secure Good Laundry VVorK if you send your bundle here. Our handicraft symbolizes, all that is worth knowing in the science of 'modern Laun dering. . , , PROMPT SERVICE. Amarillo Steam Laundry. if ... riione 21. Messrs. J. M. Wright and Har groves and families are spending sev eral days on a camping trip at Chick en lake. Win. Lay left yesterday for South ern Texas, In responao to a U-legrnm stating that his brother was danger ously ill. Tho steel frames for tho Wayland building has arrived, and workmen are now busying themselves putting them in plaw. Roy Whltsetl, who Is spending tho summer here, returned yesterday from a visit in Doublet', Col. A. M. Works, jr., ofllclal court re porter, returned this morning from Claude, wlii-ro be reported tho ses sion of district court. Rev. James A. Chellener, en route to New Mexico on a vacation trip, In In the city, and dcllwred a discourse last evening at tbe Christian church. Mrs. W. S. Hlackburn and daugh ter Norma left this morning for Plalnvtew, for a visit with Mrs. DIackburn's daughter, Mrs. Ran dolph. Rev. P. R. Witt, a Methodist min ister of Mountain View, Ok., and tli o. F. Taylor of tbe same place, were visitors ut the Panhandle office this morning. Mrs. Drowning returned yesterday from Claremore, I, T., where she lias iK'en In the sanitarium for some time. She is reported to be very low at the present time. Llttlu Viola Browning is also quite sick. At Clarendon next Monday nlht, Rev. K. P. Alldredgo of Amarillo will speak on the Panhandle D. Y. P. l encampment, and the Rev. W. K. Brlttaln of Waco will speak on the Sunday school work of the S. H. C. Sic(lul Meeting Friday. The Panhnndk) Exhibit associa tion has been called to meet In a spe cial session Friday afternoon nt I o'clock, in the office of tho Commer cial club. Tho business to bo at tended to is In reference to the car and to receive reports from the va rious committees . Mr. Persons, pres ident of the association, says that ev erything Is moving along nicely, and a fine cur is being gotten up. Many exhibits are being received dally, all good ones, too, and he expects to have every product of tho grrnt Pan handle represented. The peo ple aro responding much better than was at llrst expected, and the necessary money for expenses will lm easily rnieod. THE FACE ON THE CENT. It In Not That of an Imllnn, lint of VrrUr L1MU Ctrl. Mrs. Sarah Longaere Keen, who liv ed and died In Philadelphia, cnuin nearer being the queen of the Ameri can mint than any woman who ever lived. Willi the exception of Queen Victoria, whose imago was engraved on every coin of the Drttlsh and In dian empires, Mrs. Keen wns first In the number of her metal photographs. Her face as a girl of twelve summers is to be seen on every American cent Issued aince 1830 from Uncle Snm'a coin factory. It Is usually nssumed that the face on the bead side of tho copper is that of on Iudlnn, but a close look will re veal a Kaxon profile. Just borrow a cent and look at It. Tbe setting la that of an Indian. Between and 1840 Jnmes Bar ton Longaere was chief engraver lu the United States mint In Philadelphia. In 18.T a competition wns opened for sketches und engravings for the new coppor cent that was to be Issued nnd which has since been iu service. There were over a thousand designs offered. The prize was a good one. Longaere racked his brain for sonm orlglnnl nnd singular design that would strike the Judges, but for months he failed to satisfy himself. One morning a number of Indians, with their chief, who hud been to pay their respects to the great whlto chief In Washington, came to the city and were shown through the mint. They were Introduced to the white chief's picture maker, who was just then showing his young dnughter Sarah tho great concern. The old chief was at tracted by the sweet faced maiden and her Interest In his feathers and paint. She childishly wondered how sho would look lu the feathered headgear. This was told the chief, who solemnly divested himself of bis feathers and had them placed on the girl's head. The effect was so striking that tlio father took time to make a ske'eh of the picture, finishing it afterward for his own amusement. At tbe Inst moment of the period given for Bending In engravings lie be thought himself of the possibility of the combination of Indian feathers and Knion sweetness. He got It In, and much sport wns mr.de of the child at the time In the city becnuso of the Incident. The sketch passed through the seventh sifting and finally reached the last round. P.y one vote It won, and ever since Sarah Lougacre's young face has served for the humblest of coins, than which no single coin In the world lias such tremendous clrcula tlon. Detroit News-Tribune. "All gone!" IS what they aro now saying In Washington. This refers to the people's money, as well as to Congress and tho official set. SPARKS FROM MANY ANVILS "Object, Matil n." A half-repentant bachelor, with quite a pile of rocks, Dropped In one day, beside tho way, and bought a pair of sucks. Arrived at home roiusntic Joy ho wuud'i'liigly drew out A note deep hidden in the hose from tionio fair hand, no doubt. I'm twenty years of ngo," It rend, "and cnll.'d a country belle. With you I'd l!lt' to correspond If you will never tell My object matrimony Is and yours, 1 hope, the same; If you'll address mo I'll respond." And then she wrote her name. On lie Willi hope, the bachelor that very evening 'oie, And folded bis epistle with a kiss ln- tdde tho note. Sly ctipid had him in ills mesh no very clever catch. , For, after all, quite, foolish Is a half- rep'.'iitant bach. , Hut oil, how sheepish did be feel. when from the fair unknown This answer came to quench bis flame: "An old maid I have grown. Alas, 'twas forty years ago I planned that fond surprise, Defeated by ii heartless wretch who wouldn't advertise." Telling blows do noi always eman ate from (lie Hps of the talkative man. Iu Style. "Holy smoke! What alls your wife?" "She heard Mrs. Do Fashion say that flat shapes were going to be all the rage and she lias been flattening her shap.-1 accordingly." "Rut Mrs. Do Fashion was talking about hath." .hvny. Days may lie hot In the Panhandle, Yet life has Its delights; However hot. the day is Wo have cool nights. However hot the day Is, Night brings us peace again; We all awakj at. midnight. And reach for cover then. Uviilcnco. "What makes you think she did nbt rare for dress?" "I saw her In her bathing cos tume." ' "That, new farm hand of yours used to be a bookkeeper." "How do yon know?" "livery time he slops work for a minute he tries to pt tlio pitchfork behind his ear." Horrible. "That railroad wreck was n terri ble thing, wasn't It?" "Indeed It was! I went to my berth in tho highest spirits " "Yes?" "And was gradually lulled to slum ber by the rythmic rat tho of tho train" "Yes." "And then the next I knew wns the terrific crash " "Yes! Yes" "The hiss of escaping steam " "Yes!" "The screams of the Injured and dying." "Yes! Yes!" "Then 1 gradually realized that a handsome young doctor was bending over me and I gave u shriek of hor ror." '"Completely unstrung!" "I should say I was! My hair was In curl papers. A Poor Game. ( From Thursday's Daily Panhandle.) Ono of the poorest games ever wit nessed on tho local diamond was pulled off yesterday afternoon be tween Canyon City nnd a bunch of locals. The "regular" Amarillo team s-eeniB to be a thing of tlio past from tho way things have been going of late. Since tho management changed hands the last time nmttrrs sircm lo have gone from bad to worse, nnd in stead of Amarillo being (be best team in Northwest Texas, as was once the fact, s'le i:i now below zero, and even the ardent enthusiasts have lost nil Interest. The report is current today that. anolh"r organiza tion i.c to lie made (it once, and a good line-up selected. Wo can only second the general r-eiitlmcnt by say ing, "Wo hope It is true." The Can yon team yesteredny was a good line up, and showed that they know how to jilay ball If necessary. Tho result of yesterday's "show" was, Canyon, 1G; Amarillo, t. This; would Indi cate, that the Canyon team arc sllver Itcs.nnd the Amarlllos gold buKS. If you want a situation, uso Daily Panhandlo want cola in a riARKET REPORTS. Kansas City Live Stock Market. Kansas City, Mo., July 20. CAT-TLK- Receipts, S.0DO; steady to a shado lower; native stoirs, ti.OHCu U.20; Southern steers, $.75 f( 4.',0 ; Southern cows, f S.OOffi :i.4f; nativo cows and heiroru. ?2.SU( 4.50; bulls, $2.2.Vr-H.ou; calves. $2.!iUi 2.n.'; Western fed steers, $:i..r0(ir S.90; Western fed cows, 250fo: 4.50. SHIiliP Receipts. 3,000; steady; muttons, $4.50ff ."i.tiO; lambs, $5.5(1 dt ".50; rango wethers. $t.75(tf 5.73; fed ewes, J 1.25 (T( 5.1 5. Chicago Live Stock Market. Chicago, July 28 CATTLK Re ceipts, 0,000; market steady; beeves $3.85 (It 0.40; cows and heifers, $1.25 Co 5.30; Blockers unci feeders, $2.50 'a 1.25; Texans, $4.25 (i 5.00; calves, $5.00 Of 7.00. SlIKIiP Receipts, 1 4,000; mar ket steady; sheep. $2.90 (ft 3.50; lambs, $ 1.75 It 7.75. St. Louis Wool Market. St. Louis, Mo., July 20. WOOL steady and unchanged. St. Louis Spelter. SI. Louis, July 26. SPKLTKR Sleacly, $5.02 i. New York Lend and Copper. New York, July 28. COPPER -ilrni, $l8.50(ii1S.75. LHAD Quiet, $3.75. Chicago (iraiu Market. Chicago, July 20. W11KAT 75 M dt 75 c; September, 7 G Vj 7(ic CORN July and September, 30 isC OATS July, 34 'ic; September, 33dc. ' Chicago Provision. Chicago, July 20. PORK $ 17.10. LARD July. $S.82'i; Septem ber, $S.90. RIDS July, $9.10; September, $9.17i. New York Money Market. New York, July 20. Money on call. 2f! 2,4 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 5 s It 34. Silver 63c. New York Stocks. New York, July 26. Atchison. fll'4; preferred, 100'; New York Central. 135; Pennsylvania. 129Bi; Soupthern Pacific, 73', g; Union Pn ciflc, 150 V'. preferred. 93; Amalga mated Copper, ex. dividend, 9SU; Steel, 38 ?i; preferred, 105U. Local (ruin. drain continues to coma In In con stantly increasing quantities on the local market. Mr. Dewing of the Star Mill and Elevator company stat ed today that the late rains have In jured tho grain, especially In the Hereford nnd Canyon districts. Tho quality of the majority of consign ments is still of high grade. The prices today are as ollows: W1IKAT No. 2. 70c. OATS Bulk, 30c; sacked, 32c. Lost. Notice is hereby given that on or about the first day of April, 1906, there were lost in Amarillo 6 prom issory notes, as follows: Three notes signed by Jno. V. Veale, for $7.06 2-3 each, with interest at 8 per cent per annum from date, dated Hereford, Texas, Feb. 15th, 1906, payable to O. I LcOrand or order on or before one, two and three years from date re spectively, and providing for ten per cent attorneys fees in case of suit for collection after maturity, for part of the purchase money for Survey No. 94, Block K 7, AH & M, Deaf Smith county, Texas. Also 3 notes signed by Jno. W. Veale of like amounts, dates and in all respects like the former, except they were given by said Yealc as a part of the purchase money for Survey No. 93, Hlock K 7, A B & M, Deaf Smith county, Texas. Any person finding said notes or knowing their whereabouts, will please deliver the same or commu nicate such information to the Na tional Batik of Commerce in the c ity of Amarillo, where he will be compensated by the undersigned for his trouble. Si.adk & Bassktt, 54562 Agents for G. F. I.eGrand. Teddy's genuine raids have not been made on tho railroads and meat packers, but on tho wage-earners, who pay the taxes. If you want help, a Dally Pnniiiin Ulo wuut ad will (hid It for you. ANNOUNCEMENTS For State Senator: HON. D, V.. DKCK1 HON. J. W. VRAL For District Judge: J. N. BKOWNINC, IRA WKBSTER. For Sheriff and Tax Collector, O. K. (PETE) GILVIN. P. M. HILL. ' j. i:. nroiins R. C. ROWDER For County Judge: J. W.Ol'NN, W. K.GEK. , I SAM R. MERRILL. For County Attorney: 1 HUGH L. tMPHRE! W. W. t iOWIN. For County Treasurer: J. M. DONALDSON. ( N. II, TUDOR. Ji For County Assessor: . A. L RIDINGS, . ' C. F. MAYER J. P. FLOYD. For District and County Clerk, FRANK WOLFIN. For County Commissioner. C. M. HARDIN. I JNO. B. KERR For Justice of the Peace (riiclnri Nn, t.l J. W. S. HOLMAN. . W. W. KIDD wanted: x We would Uko to 11st for aaleu few more 160 and 320-aere farina within a radius of seven or el g jit miles of this city. If you have such tracts and dealt to sell same, call and see us at office In tho Amarillo Hotel Annex. Lake nan & Barn Land Dealers. That's What They All Say t:.-v.!i'i Candies 1 SExclusiyfcAflenc.yr' j Roach Drug Co- Shipments fresh all th time.. Stock Salt NEW ALFALFA AND MILLET HAY Canon City Coal, Colorado's Famous Fuel product. The best coal on the market. KUTCH $ FYE, rhone 338. 603 Polk 8t, If You Want A Home or Ranch In Sher man, Hansford, Ochiltree or Hutchinson counties write Champ Traylor Plemona . Texaa Who has some great bargains in Railroad, School and Pat ented Land. Batter Than Spanking. Spanking does not cure children of bed wetting;. If it did there would be few children that would do it. There is a constitutional cause for this. Mrs. M. Summers, Box 38, Notre Dame, Ind., will send her home treatment to any mother. She asks no money. Write her to day if your children trouble you in this way. Don't blame the child. The chances are it cant help it. 3 When Drummer Meet, "This," said tho cigar salesman, 11s he handed his new acquaintance a weed, "Is from our own factory." "Loohs Uko n good smoke," re joined the other klnght of the grip, "hut eou can't hold a candle to my Hue." "What!" exclaimed tho other. "Do you sell ciKars, too?" "No," was tho culm reply. "Gun powder," UMtf JU'-IViMM1- M. .,v p