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TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, AUO. 7, 19o6.
THE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY Thoosindi Cclebnti Opening of KIowi and Ccmsnctis Country Anadarko, Ok., 'Aug. . A eclo luntlon of the fifth anlversary of thfl opening of the Kiowa and Comanche country bfgan her today, and will last two days. Preparation for tit 4 vent bar been made on an la borate acale, and although talebra tlona have been held har erory year since the opening, It la believed that Dili will ealipae them all. The city la already crowded with visitors-, and hreclal tralne from every direction are constantly adding to the crowd. Three banda, Including an Indian or sanitation, have been engaged to fur nlnh the muale. The program will be gin thla afternoon at Randlett park, a beautiful apot on the Woahlta rlv er, where a ball game will be played and aeveral apvechea delivered. Among tho apeakcra are Colonel Wil liam Croaa of Oklahoma City and ex Governor Thomas Ferguson. Tonight ono of the boat displays of flreworUa ever aeen In the new Male will be given. Hundreds of Indiana are hero to take part In the celebration, and are objects of much Interest to the visitors from the surrounding states snd the Knat. POSITIVELY BRUTAL Lawton, Ok., Aug. 8. The fifth annlveraary of tho city la being celo- hratcd here today, and hoe attracted hundreds of vIMtora. A narado will be given In which soldiers from 1'ort Rill will tako part, and a big rarliiR meet will bo hold thin afternoon on the tracks of the Comanche County Fair association. PARDON FOR MURDERER Wealtny Merchant Appeals forFrecdom of Contacted Brother. Denver, Col., Aug. 3. At a meet ing of the Mat pardon boiird nt the governor's office today, tho enho of "Kid" Wallace, ono of tho four men Implicated In the murder of Night Captain Itooney at the state penitentiary five years ago, will be taken up. John Wallace a wealthy nrsrehant of Alliance, Neb., is In the city, and Is doing everything In his powor to secure the freedom of tho convict, who Is his brother. Wal lace was sentenced to serve an In definite term of not Icsb than twenty five nor more than forty years In tho state prison. : -j'm-w fc;7dT' i www' a - I IT H ritKK WRITK FOK IT- raps i EXPECTATION Back of every purchase of a pair of shoes, or anything: in fact, is a failing of expectation. When .the customer buys his shoes, he ex' pects and justly so, shoes that shall be at least up to all claims of the merchant, made at the time of the sale and previously. We have made, and do now make, very strong claims for the superiori ty of our shoes, for style, value, fitting and wearing qualities. - REALIZATION When the goods are worn, in steps reali zation and says, the E. D. Green & Co. shoes are O. K. It is always thus with our limes, no matter how extravagant are the claims. It pays to stick to the "tried and tested." We are de signers of styles, we are dealers in all modern footwear for men, women and children and guaran tee every representa tion made by us. GREEN & 510 Polk St. Aiiiarillo, Texas. CO., J MEET ME FACE TO FACE At the Soda Fountain at ?. ROACH DRUG CO'S. Our Soda Fount is in charge of an experienced Soda Dippensor who will gladly attend your wants. A few of our leaders are- "Egg Sangoree,' "flarshmellow Dip "Alaska Snow Ball,' "Lewis Special" And Others. ROACH DRUG GO nr. i "iri'.'-r.iii i 'wum . ' i ..Ag "v a HI M 'I ! M a lim-. I . - - i . mim 1 1 ""hImT".." i. i i in Mrs. Jwttwadi "I'm Bolna make a baautiful eaka, daar. I da wlah you could bring aoma ona homa with you ta dlnfior.'' Mr. Juatwadi "All right, daar. I'll atop at tha elrcua and Invito tho Iron jawod man." Our largo llliiatratcd rataloRue will tell you of I he famous Hyrno Klmplincd Shorthand and Practical Dookkcy-plnff. as taught In tho Tylor Commcrclul coIIcro, of Tylor, Tex. To Cct Stai tod. Thousandn of younn men and wo men of good nblllty. of tho best char acter, hontit In every way, dcalro to K?t a foothold In tho business world, but cannot got a position; they can not do tho worJt the btiHlncss world wants dono lacp books, do ateno grnphlc work, write a good bualm-as hand, flKQiPt ncciirntoly nnd rapidly, fill out notes, drafts, chocks, mort gtigCH, otr. A courno of bookkeeping, shorthand or telegraphy In the Tjlor Commercial college, of Tyler, Tex., will supply thla nilntilng link, nnd give you a start Into tho business world, and make sure your future success. 611 JAWS AS WEAPONS. Chlft Mtana of Defomo Al AH 4)1.1 Wnrlit Ape. Auionji all old world aprs th teeth are the chief weapons for defense against natural foea anil for combats for mate or tribal supremacy. Tho canines are In moat cases enormously developed. Insomuch tlmt 111 Informed niiM'rni;ls have suggested that a near relntlmiBlt'p miiNt cxlwt between the U'tm'it"i and the camlvorn. As a innt ter of fiict, t'.ieie ftjriiiHr-.ble teeth bavs iMithliia U i!o wlili nISmentatlon. but are as purely v.vaii.ms. or war as are the bayoi fl ami t'.ie Mnxlm gr.n. In prnetli'iilly every eirieigenry demand lug uuumiul one:';:', obstinacy anil courage tlicy cor.ie Into play. In every conflict with tho world, tho flesh and the dev'.l-cs such thlnga are understood In pithecoid aoclety tho temporal and mas ter muscles are tbe chief arbiters of wnr. To become a great and powerful anthropoid It Is ab solutely and brutally necessary to hare a large and strong jaw, to give them at tachment to the teeth and good lever age to the mnscles. That for an Ira- mouse epoch our prehuman ancestors achieved success In life In like man ner Is as clear as the print of "Maga" to thuse who have learned to read na ture's handwriting. Since those days of true Arcadian simplicity our life has become bewll derlngly complex and our methods for settling social difficulties have changed generally for the better. But here, as In so many other Instances, toe habits of a past age have left an Indelible Im press on the nervous system. Black wood's Magazine. Log Ira I. fclie-I think we should be nble to live nicely on 13,000 a year. He-But my salary Is only f2.000. Hhe-I know It, dear, but my clothes come to $1,000 a yesr, and I have enough novr to last for the first twelve months. Wobii'i l.ove. "Which of the two do you think you Will love the longest, Te'er or Paul?" "The oue who will forget me the Qulekct."-rarls Figaro. SUNSTROKE. Froperlr FprakUs, It SUoold B fulled Heat Apoplexy. What Is called "sunstroke," tbe ef fect of great heat, should be. "heat apoplexy." The misnomer lead tho multitude to suppoKe that death from It I caused through being struck down by exposure to a special ma lerolency of the sun's rays. This Is not so, for patients are with eipial fre quency found In houses and barracks and teuts and at np,iit as well as day and, whether In sun or shade, ure gen erally those whose health Is debilitated by dissipation, disease and overfatigue, and the evidences from all parts of the world show thst exposure to In tense snu raye Is less to bo feared In dry couutries than In countries where the temperature is much lower, but the atmosphere Is moist, and perspira tion Is consequently retarded. People suffer more from a tempera ture of S" degrees F. at Brussels than at 122 degrees F. at Cairo, owlnj t; the malst air of tbe first and the ex treme dryness of the nlr in the latter city. The inhabitants of tb eastern coasts of tLe United States hear with amaze ment of temperatures from 118 to 129 degrees F. being tolersted In the dy regions of Arizona and South Colorado without harm and lhat the ordinary avocatlous of farm and factory aro pursued without Inconvenience. This Is due to the cooling effect of rapid evaporation from the surface of tho body, and hence the sun's mallgunncy Is unknown. London Mall. Conipualllon of tit ll.mae la Vhlrb Mint's Spirit Abldra. The fnuudntlnu of the human "Doily Is r.-mi'isjfi nt 2W5 bone, covered with f.l"J voluntary muscle. 'Jlie suianer blood vessel are fo numerous a to le beyond the Milne, but we hive no fewer than about 1hio arterlei through which the Mood Is always flowing under the government of tho heart. The blood Is composed of two constit uents, termed by physiologists red and white corpuscles, numbering some thou sands of millions. Our house has something like flOfi tiny telegraph wires, called nerves, connected with tho brain and spinal cord, and theno little wires are always throbbing with messages which they telegraph tr the main ettlce -the brain, llcslilea these there are the sympathet ic wires, or none, numbered by thou sands, which help tbe former. The front of our house, tho skin, has been measured up ami found. If spread out, to cover flftum square feet. The ventilation scheme by whlrh wo get our fresh nlr I built of such flno porous stuff that. If spread out. It would be found to cover a stretch of land big enough to contain a fifteen roomed house. Wo refer to the lungs which have hundreds of millions of air cells. To every square Inch of the palm of the hand are 2,500 pores, while tho number of sweat glands In the akin generally Is 2,00,(MM. Their function Is to deposit secretions upon the skin; hence the necessity of a dally tub to wash this stuff away, otherwise It clogs the sweat glands and prevents their proper working. Famllr Creat In Ragland. She had discovered tho family crest nnd was having a die made for her let ter paper. "You'd have to pay $5 a year to us.) this crest on your stationary If you were English," said the stationer. "There Is In England n lax dt 5 a year on all who sport a creat." "So few peoplo are entitled to n crest, though," she said, "I shouldn't think such a tax would bring In tho English government much money." "Tho tax brings In $2.10,000 n year." replied the stationer. "There nro 50, 000 English with crests on their stationery." Clarendon College MALE AND FEMAIL. Tht leading ichool of Me oroaf Panhandla of Texas. Why send so far from home? Our student won three medals and second honor at S. W. I', this year. Our inatriculntion .yso. Rev. (V S Hardv. Agent; Rev. J. R.'Mood. B. D. President Philosophy; S. K. Burk'head, M. A.. F.nglish; W. B. Quigley, B. S. Math, and Science. General henlthfulness and location unsurpassed. Pupils can accomplish much more in a cool, bracing climate than In the lower counties of Texas where the enervating heat interrupts con secutive study. This is why we can begin early August aS. CLARENDON, '&1.7.'i."il".'..' 'S J;""i"' TEXAS. isxcsjEOOixaczs O. M. EaKle Embolmer and Funeral Director Ambulance Phones ana do Land For Lease. We ofTcr for lease, the TRICE LANDS, located In blocks "It" 2 and "HM 3. Swisher County. For terms and description cldre9S E. D. SMITH, Agent, Tulia, Texas. Tli Klna'a rare of Honor. Tho post of page of houor to tho sov ereign does not carry with It, as It used to do, the right to a commission In tho guards without examination of any kind, but It Is still n coveted office, with privileges attached to It which ore much appreciated by the sprigs of no ble houses who are lucky enough to re celvo tho appointment. It Is not, for example, an unpleasant experience for a fourth form boy at Eton or Harrow to be summoned up to London on a "whole school day" for a court nt Buckingham palace or other state pag eant whllo his schoolfellows are toll ing at their books. Such summonses are, of course, of tho nature of royal commands, which must be obeyed. London Modem Society. I'rralan Trara. The Terslnns still believe that human tears aro n remedy for certain chronic disease. At every funeral tho bottling of mourners' tears is one of the chief features of tho ceremonies. Each of the mourners Is presented with a sponge with which to mop off his face and eyes, nnd after tho burial they aro presented to tho priest, who squeezes' tho tears Into bottles, which he keeps. This custom Is one of the oldest known In the east and has prob ably been practiced by tho rerslnns for thousands of years. Mention la li'.ai'.o of It In the OM Testament Summer Tourist Rates. Effective June 1st and continu inc daily until Sept. 20th, round trip summer tourist tickets may b9 sold to Chicago and St. Louis, at a rate of one and one-third the stan dard fare. Dates of sale, daily June 1st to Sept. 30th inclusive Continuous passage in both direc tions. Final return limit, Oct. 21, 1906. Tickets for return passage must be executed by joint agent, for which a fee of twenty-five cents will be charged. George Voorhees, 44tf Local Agenr. For Sale Cheap One Eclipse Folding Machine, will fold 4, 8, JO, 12 or J 6 pages in first class condition Also a quantity of 8 and 10 point body type in cases, one set of 4 six column chases, and other printing material. This materia will be disposed of cheap lor cash, owing to installation of typesetting machine and perfecting press. ADDRESS Twice -A-Week Herald AMARILLO, TEXAS ft Amarillo Business College Sells Tuition and Secures Employment ' aBBBayaaBBaBBajMBMIM The Education that Equips for a Successful Career should be the goal of every ambitious young man and woman. 1 We offer a thorough business education, including Book keeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Commercial Law, Penman ship and Rapid Calculations. . New students constantly arriving and old ones taking good positions. Let us help you to help yourself. DO IT NOW. Opportunity waits for no man. No vacation. We work while others sleep. AMARILLO BUSINESS COLLEGE. G. J. NUNN, President. Amarillo, Txa. K3SI&SB2S laaBssBBEBa i 25SQ3Z3 PANHANDLE LUMBER CO. Handles Good Lumber S. F. Newbold, Amarillo, Texas, Manager. Corner 6th and Tyler. HBf If J? Phone No. 70 HARDWARE EMPORIUM. 1 WANT A HOME ? Wt hv assisted many people to homes, both In country and in town, who would not today accept an advance of CO per cent or the cost price, BUY RIGHT AND YOU WILL MAKE MONEY IN PANHANDLE PROPERTY. We have tome choice bargains in ranches and town property. SLADE & BASSETT, - ; BOX 683. AMARILLO, TFXAs! ggasavaaa In our riammoth Stock of Hardware, Implements, Buggies, Wagons, Saddles and Harness, we have the best selection In the Panhandle, and we are prepared to handle your business to the best advantage. & j Most Complete Stock of Farming Im plements and Windmills in the Panhandle: Agents BUFFALO PITTS COMPANY, Manufacturers of Agri cultural Machinery. &;'. ram Corner of Sixth and Polk I Wholesale and Retail ....... ..... M-OM.,aa