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TI1H TWICI;-A-W;;K lll-RAI.I, AlK'i. 7, 1006
THE TWICE-A-WEEK II PR AID Pual'lhld U'Jl Tudy and Fnrta by . r. r . noEf.rn j Enterad at the Prnitoffke at Amanita Teiae, as second tt mail matt or. Official ftriin at Ida City nl Amirlllo and Pnttr Cnunty. ADVTRTISINfl RATES, Durlny 19 enni pai inert atLh licartlen -Waxall s emitt pr una -n im-aiiion ' .. I ctrt rr word Hrt trunnion, .amm jt t, wordaachlurt-wnnnl mtertion SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR I Thi Hmio will cent comlr.i IB you whan your I tlir t MpiiM unlaw wa ai auttiorirai to continue it Rhauld my liibtcribir fill la iacai Tub 'Hibalo rrulr. rit adia u at onta by th or imrpnciinf Any erwnooua ranV.tten urton tlm eliimcla tindm nr ranutatton of tntf Darton. IWm or cor roration which miv afrur in iha ealtimnt ol Tub HiKLn will ba glaily corractiwl upn HI Mini . rrouBm io ma ananeon 01 ina puuiitnar. ;r TUESDAY, AtXH'ST 7, l'JOti. THi: KAMK OM) CHY. Ft HI tha mmo old fry Ik the now est. or Is hoard the. nftcuoi.t. "I want a lonao to conduct a husliicsM In," or "I want a bonne to live In." It may aeem Incredible l)tit It In H fir.t that thcro nre not enough inunefl In Aminlllo to aiToininodate tho bu.siness ilcnnind. Hardly a neck pauses but Tvhnt numerous In quire arc recelcl for nllico rooiim and. buildings to conduct h bui.ine.ss in. Thorp In now an application for a busincM honso in thin lly iho securing of which would mean u manufacturing industry that would employ a dozen or llftcen people, and nould remit in whrcs of probably I2.'i0 or $;I00 per week, to say nolh jing of the invent nwnt of capital and tho amount of trade that would bo tiirnod to Amarlllo as a rotuilt. Tho Commercial cltil). organized for tho purpose of HorurlnK thcbo cnter prinCB, Is up-ending money, time, and an untold amount of labor for the upbuilding of tho city, and when K factory is secured, above all other placet, as was In this cane, the time of disappointment comes when the house proposition 1 brought to play. It. is a deplorable condition when a town arrives at that atiigo that no more business houses at.! needed or wanted. It Is high time that a move was made toward remedy Inn this vil for an evil It. Ih and must be remedied ere our city take that place among the progressive that she ao rightly deserves. There arc Ihou dnnln of dollars of Idle money that could Ire Invested in nice, uptodato business houses and residences, and that would roup a profit for their owners or as much or more than any Other investment. This question, while It may be looked upon by nome ni least, as one of little cnmvrn, looms up as one of serious preten tions to tbc entire city and if not, righted, will some day show lis im portance and seriousness to the cit IzotUi.. Invite capital ami industries to our city, from the laboring man with bis bit of tools to th-a financier t.wbo controls fact oi Irs. Tell them that Amaririo is the best town on rarth and not only tell them but rhow them, for you can if you will. .Let's pet every honorable man and women we can to make Amaiillo Xhclr home, and secure every indus try porlble, and to do these thing "Xc tnnst have hotiseslo accommodate fbern. It Is to be hoped that some of ipur enterprising citizens will take Tthis matter u without delay and arrive at some remedy for the groat 'problehi '.that now confronts us. FTIGH HUMS, THIO Rl'IV. ; KATIR1AY. s! ! learned with pleasure today that arrangements have been com-, dieted at last for the location of the ?irandy factory. Thla matter for some jtlme has been occupying the minds i'and has beon the rause or much wor jy to "the gentlemen, who have the location of the enterprises In hand. .They a.re to be congratulated on thir fruccesi, although It has looked as if the Industry would have to be passed up rn account of not. being able to get proper building. It is also learned In ronnertlon with this that-some of our- btisioEi'S m?n are contemplating building more buslne houses, a most commendable move. The evidence -of the great, need of such ts realized by r many and especially thosvV who have occasion to seek location.' The clamor for t-tore buildings and office rooms b only exceeded by that lor rtdrnie:i, and tnn t hoard above thr) (hi i, tie Mild Inn. tin ami tllll of the er busy thoroughfare, hull id nl crnwini; rhitiier'as liuio pi oi'.ivs , lit" try lionn ti Imnloi ami tho tie, im for i.ilcb has now ile vloped Into a de P.tfind. Along lib this wv .no nvmn reminded ot tho t.caiclty of rental dwellings, and aie pininpted to om e moiM call the attention to i.tieb and urge tli nocrshity of ihein, Tin vonttiie in made that there arc to'la In the city of Amarlllo live hundi --d people tvho am In the lenrket. nr rental houos, W'v vciilure the a. seriloii further, that -thero cnmni to our city from forty to liny p. ople each and every weclc that have the same dosiics. With Mm continuance of the present late of lilt rcas.i In population, which s.-ems m iv prova ble, the 'Queen 'il of the Plains" bids fair to bine her twenty Mum ssnd inhabitants within two er-.. Tho question arises, where are all Ibene people to reside? t U tin" that the greater jier cent of arrivals hero are people of in. -mis, pre vi II able, and who do ihe th-.- lile of luxury and ca: e, at theboai din houses and hotels. Thc-.- people v need, ami extend to them Mo wvl rorne baud and bid tin m be anions; us and become on.i ol us That, bow ever, Is not tho i.erious tiei;tlon. No i It v whether largo or small, whether located In tiu crowded faiiorj (lis Irlcts of the cast or on tin; hroud prairies of the great hotitbv.ctt, can long clsl as mii ll wlthoiit the citi zenship or the laboring man. Labor- era are needed in Aniarillothe samo as any other (lass, from the man with the pick and shovel to the s-K 11 I'm) and the ollice man and d- rk. They ;n o Jui-l as necesj-ary to our advancement as tli. capitalists with their cutlers of gold and silver. Ono without th.1 other would he useless, the two to gethorf can accomplish woinlei. We have Mve capitalists and some laborers. You ask why litis demand for more labor, why is It that It Is not here aH iu other places? With the present oxhorhltant pi ii t-s for re I) tul bouses aud board, to sjy notli Ing of the scarcity of such, then it is simply imposslblu for a laboring ma ii, especially with a family, to exist bete, much less to live. The only way to get these people to come among us, to make this their home, and to haw them here to help ps they are needed, la to btiill more rent houses. And. after such is done Instead of demanding stub blood sucking prices us $20, or $2." per unnth. for u house with four or II v j rooms, ami tlietu no small that you would haw to o out side, to think honestly or e:.pi-ss an opinion, put the charges to a reason- able point, wjere a person can reach It aud at the some time u pood praflt can bo mad-.' from the invent incut. I'utll such is done It can not be e. pct?d for Hie middle cla-s. lite peo pie Who happen to be not lilesml vlth th purse of a Croesus, to come among its. The avei.ine laborer could hot make cuotmh here In two months as It now is, to pay evpensees one. It Is a serious question, ami on.- that the cill.cns of Amaiillo. those who have the welfare of the city at heart, should take up, discuss. ,nul if possible, solve. Tho future of Amarlllo depends more on the pros- lit than anything else in the world. und If these Heeds are properly at tendd to, the question will he solved. I'ht' matter may bo little thought of by the merchant, the business men aud the banker, but it is thought of, and seriously, too, by the laboring ma ii "the man who pays the freight." TIIK MtKAT J'AMI WlH.i:. Two years ago the editor of The Dully Panhandle first saw the I'lains otintry. What be thought of It is best told by copying the following ariicle, published In his fail field (la. I Trillium: Some years ago the word "Texas" meant to most people of tho North a noil on earth." Yes, even "Mis souri" was enough to call to their minds a pi a co other than that in which the angels dwell. But times have (hanged, ntjd so have the Ideas of Northern people, Missouri has become the Inure of many of our best people. .Stranuo, Inn, they are so well saHiTied to lio amidst, tho erstwhile Missourbjn bar barians and backwoodsmen tint. when once they pitch their tents they never romp back, except for a visit. A complete Iran: inogi itiration Ik now on in Toxaa. The many und va ried opportunities open to all in that, great democratic rcumioirvcalMi arc attracting thousands from our N'orlb- ern state Iowa, and Illinois people In largo numbers bidng in the van of the tide of immigration, Their first trip to the isouih is gen erally made 'with some misgivings, and they start off with a full meas ure of prejudice among their bag gage. They go to find out, whether their neighbors are tolling Mw (ruth about Texas' or whether by orje trip to the Lone Slar-htate they have been turned Into ho many Annaniasos. They reach their destination, find a clvllbed pop 1 1 1 1 ton In fact, a far Mime lio pliable toi,ili. people Minn tin cor found In Mi" Noitb tb'- :,c a In-, mi ifal land, Held- mottilni'. b-uieiitb I ne biinb-n ol liiiiinico'n i ini-, pen! , nt i oi k larn 'i by i.n' than tie ) vci saw beor lrA in nil. Clip',, 1 1 ' I 1 1 Up ill I'lO'leni st ! ami I. hi ly Im .t'in,; Willi but I re: ,s; lh,. liii. I cli mate tbiit in Inid , Inter loinimiea wi ll wlili our own "priiiRt line , in short, Mi linil them H'ivch. Ill lie. I, mil (if Milli-lli'le all-l pi nt .1, H tli :-.! a I . I a hie .ei ,,i I i.in li a laud ha- i.ot bum a no 1 n n the Inline of niil;iote. more of bappj and lontentnl pi'onl.i, Such wen- ilie experiences of ati-l loipici . ion . bit with i pe w Hi,.- w h'-n til ---I In- set foot Upon Ih,. I'eililn soli ol tin- f-i-o ii l anliaiiille of Tc,i:!. Millil ,, ,,, ,. , ,,f f,.; : , ,,,.. Iambi are lor sale In lie- I'aulieiiille country . 'I he la of Mm land Is un mii pa i d in Ii -a i, : . 'I'll pi ice rap es from $ ,1111 to $.'jMii) l(.p ih-i-o. Land bounlii at f uud $ I o an aero, when i ii 1 1 1 ii I . , neralU pays tor ilia-lf from I v !) to tbrei- linies wl'h the 11 1 f. I crop. Coin, Kafllr corn, M ilo mai.o, na's, win at, alfall.i, sor ubiiin, millet, i jo-l t ami uiln-r cereal-, nc well a--- all kind : ef ei-cl a bcs, Mil 1-,-e In I be i e)i o im of tin . e plains and, apparent I v, with but half the w n i,- it roct ii i t'.-s lo larm in low a. a hen W-- looi. aromiil m we liml that a liia.ioriu of oar p-'ople of tn.-ai.s have aioiiired tlieni by ih" lu- ( -reuse in the ;:im ()f their land hold ings. I'liiot of Iowa land have prac tically leaibe.l the ma xilllll III. ('(unit ing tuclr i n s f in M fanners nalixe a vr ry unall per ( em of j -! "i t . en when tl.ev v.ork bard on their own farm-. If they i nt their lands Uie prolit Is still Ic-s, while the renter is barely abb' to eke out an cb:tcnco. This o ml i i i on Is a fact and none can irot around it. It is this condition that Induces nn-n to look for "new and greejit-r fields," where t heir earn iut;:; may bo coin in.-nMiia t . with their efforts, where ih'-ir moans, judicious v investml, mav once more bring lh-Irt h.li-ii,ale lehiriis bv the lapsn of ye.it-K and ib.- develoiment of a conn try. Such an opportunity bt afforded tbeni In the i-reat rm'liandb' of Tex as, lb" coming coiipMy of the South west, where there is room enough to comfortably bouse. and (banco enough to luxuriously support vvory poor man In low.i. We could ( i'e InMapei s win-re poor men have made themselves ind-epend-.- tit in a few years, but we do not wish to go into our ubj -ct to that, extent. r. i-:. i:)1-:sk', Kdi'or Tribune, I'.iirt'eld, Iowa. Tin: ii;i;i;n.i. i:i.i: no law. The Te r 1 1 elect iou la w is ion- j d. -luiii-d in all (iiarlers as a cumber- J miiiih and iiudeiiioi raiic m-a.-i'-iio. Any j law that allows a convention I iu a '. sense I to eiew die ac.iion ol the! people and sei aside i !i . -i r will, oubt i to be wiped from the sialiiles as soon ' as the h-islat lire lau get a chance j at it. "wr. 1'e-ll is the democratic I i boicf of this section of tlie stale for governor, but Tom 'a i inli- ll Is the i majority ( hoice of Mn deinocrais of j Texas, and now we are having a log rolling, poliiic.il wire pulling siege of the minority eatididatvs that will last till the riot- convention. It is a campaign of the trade, t rathe i.nd liatler variety, in whhh die rank and tile of the people play no part. Let us admit Ibat Mr. Itell, the choice of this congressional district, is tho best lilted man for governor. Neverthe less his election by the convent ion would he defi.aling the will of ibe democrats of the stale. Any law Mint has a tendency to deleal the will of the people is bad. Wo believe it to be the duty of our df-h-i-ates to cast their vote af the convention for Lell. and when his de feat, is a forruone conclusion, lo voto for Mr. Campbell. If Mr. Hell, nl the convention, would withdraw from the rac" and I'.il iu line for Campbell he would set, nn csamplo furnish ing additional evidence of his mark ed t uali ticat ions for tie! high olbco h--' sought. Mr. Terrell, likely, was inspired by a lofty purpose wh'-n he framed his election law. The oilier members of ibe legl.d.miiv relied Upon his t'MH' rieiu o an-l wisdom in lcgirlation, and never did iuiy I'xa.iniiiin.g for Miein selves. So it roiiieiinies happens that a wise, ".id good man fathers a lil-'aiaire so bad that lis author nol only buries his political prospect;;, but incurs rrili' Uu! linju-t in its lwt rshpe.- s, and torgitful of long and h moralle pub lic service. J. L. Caldwell of Amarillo, To:;ai3, ff-rdr; us a marked copy of iho Her ald of hi:; city, with i; very compli njontary uii-ntloii of Katrhope, ff-r which wo thank both the editor and Mr. Caldwell. Other editorial arti cles in the Herald Indicate that, the .'dltor la a man of eonvicMoiiH arid the courage to proclaim them. Tim paper's influence pi the community limst, lie distinctly uplilHrtg lo ail t;; ber.t intcrcbi ij. c dt not know vj y.-aiiiwrrr.-r.i'j'.T. raar.T .tra-nayurTgaoTritifu. ,i BJwuwKJWTCir ilBs Kitchen DiCiiiHSOHac? CANNEI7S tuEKXjLL.: : THAI INDIVIDUAL fLAVOR Justice Brand. Corn - is not only Cri.p and Tender but ha' a di'Iioiruis flavor distiivct- ly its nwn. A;k Dick's Kitchen for Rcclpa. Booklet JUSTICE BRAND. At all Grocers. Nobles Bros, (irocer Co., Distributors. whether or no l the editor Is n f.ii-..-e laM-r. He ought 'to be. und II h is mil it is not the fault of Caldwell, v. lio Ib a.-l ;'.ilous a one ai; is to be foiiml. Kali iiope (Ala.) Courier. Tho New Yorl; I'ost is authority for the staK-nielil. I lint the republl cjii lailfi revi.slonl.-ilji are leaiiing. "aI him that thinlieili be Ktandelh pat take lu-ed lest he fall Into a mi nority." And Mr. Fowi, the principal advocate of reciprocity, is running for tile republican Humiliation lor lieiiieiiant governor against (he standpiiller, (leiieial Draper, to dis cover If the -people will make the above come trim. Senator Auheii-y of the Mate of AVas'hlngtVin'." i!l'?i f-s'''ih'e "j eiiiiblje'.inri will have n bard lasl; to win In l'.iuS, whoever they nominate. This shows the way the wind js blowing in the extreme Northwestern Hlates, where the farmers bnve discovered- that Ih'-y are not pro'eefod by tho tariff on wheat al'.d oilier " ngrlciilturiil products, but very much plundered on what, (bey luiv. So John It. UocUefelbu- Is not to go lo jail, or (-.en lo be prosecuted criminally bv th l-Vderal autliorltles, but if the ad mini.-1 rat ion can scicvv up its rouravjc, he may.be fined, and the farce of proseciiiing lu Standard oil trust will lie another nine days' wonder. The position of th' slandpat re publicans Illustrates the old story of the thi.".' men who met to start a new church, witli bin. two planks In Its dat form.: First, (he nieeli shall Inherit the cat ill. -'i olid ---We are the meek." Siicces to The I'liii'inuille. John V. Hale, (raveling represen tative of tiie Daily I'anhandle and ilie Keini-W't'i klv Herald, of Aniurillo. was bete this We-.-!; in the Inlerests of Miese pap. is 'ibe Oail.v I'anhan dle is a very creditable sheet to (lie people of the Panhandle, and should be supported by every cill.en, It is in touch' with the Associated Press and will ive the people all the lateht news of the sphere. The Daily Pan handle Is just in its second week of publication and is a siua! but I lit , r estljig paper, but vvjjl iu the future employ a la mT lone and Install new machines, and malic it one of the leading rpiilies in Texas and the only one In the Panhandle. Wo are glad to see sin h a move, as Mils and we hope for the ood of the entire Panhandle that il wit be supported by the right material. Wo wi.di our brother;! manifold kiu-c-ss and v.e together with Ilie rest of the Pan handle papers make the Panhandle H A M M OCKS. Wc hne j u -1 received a complete assert mcnt of high-grade bam-moclc-i of all les and price, ranging from f 1.75 to J 7.00 SCREEN DOORS. A fr"- more screen doors left which will be closed out .it a bargain. AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN. We offer for a short lime best fire-proof safes at a great saving. It will pay you to investigate these bargains. J. V. RICE (Q. CO. I 0O7 PolK Street. W -., , -T'O-J 'tl'l i ! - I lb" gard-m spot of Texas. Canadian Record. UP THE SANTA FE RAILWAY LIN Daily Panhandle Representative Visits the Towns of Kiggins, Canadian, Miami and Panhandle. Your cor res j 10 nd en t made a olp to the northeast corner of the Panhan dle of Texas a few days ago, and stopped at. the various towns along the lino of tho Santa Fe lailwuy. The first place vi-dted was lliggins, In the southeast corner of Lipscomb county. II 'has a population of about fiOOj.uiul, Is, unlet! In a very fertile region, the. -Ik ml being handy choco late loam, and very productive. Uig fii list has seven general stores, two banks, (wo ding sioivs. ono hard ware store. 1 vvo ( linn lies ( Paptisl and Methodist I, two livery stables, a cot ton gin and feed mill, two grain i b--vatois and u I'Hi-harrell flouring mill appro, idling completion. The town commands a laruo trade terri tory, and largo (tnantiii's of wheat and other prodtuts are marketed Mu re. In fact, it U considered toe ond to none as a wheat market in that territory. Its people are wide awake and bustling, and the country surrounding is last filling up with an energetic class- of cltlens and farmers. Hotel facilities tire excel lent, and Its local paper Is giving the count ry good sei vii o. Our next slop was at Canadian, a line and prosperous little city, built on the hill on the south side of tbc Canadian river. Wo did not uet full data of its business and other im provements, but can say that for busin-'ss and up-lo-dato methods, it is second to none in that sec' ion of the Panhandle. Immense slocks of noods are carried by (lie merchants i here. and the trade territory Is large. We were shown around by the (lor lach mercantile company through their immense building and ware houses, wuich showed the great, vol ume of liiikinesK done by this linn. The Johnson Mercantile company also carry h very large and well hh sorted slock of lilerclundiso, that would be a credit, lo a (own of many times iis si.e, KcelU-nt. bank ing and bolf-l facilities are to be found at Ca nadian, and all other enterprises me iu a nourishing condition. The rail road has already finished a M-vv grad.' and put down heavy steel on a more iiiiih (. route east of Oinadhui, and v, III put in an Iron bridge acro.vs Telephone No. .128 H ii the river. This lr commonly called Iho "Cut tiff." und Heighten and 1-hnrtenn Hie lint materially for many miles. Canadian Is u good town and Is dt". lined to increase largely In population In lh mar future It U the county seat of Hemphill roiin I)'. Miami, county heat of Nobcils county, was n'( visited. It has.H population of about. -100; jiood btiild Inyn, good hotels und good churches. We found the people InduM rlous ami fully alive to the pobulhllitlos of their grand sot Mon of (Oinitry. Wo bad the pleasure of making tho 110 fiialnianco of (lio' (nutiiiger of tho Johnson Meriaiinle 1 onipany, ,f. V. Hurrah, Dun Klvlehan, N'. I I-ocke and 01 hers, nil jtenlal g-nt leiueii. To Panhandle, Jim loimty neat of Cnrson county, wt nt-xt drifted, ami found ln ro a bright and Iho little town of about 4n0 Inhabitant. Thin tow n also h.ej a large trado territory, cs)Oi lally on tho north, and to sup ply Ibis, large Ktocks of good are carried in Panhandl. Ksporlally no ticeable Im the Ipimcnso Hun of goods handled by K. IL Hill. Thin town tins a siroug bank, and the Panhan dle Lumber company does a big busi ness over an e.Mciulve ran go of ter ritory. A well kept hotel, managed by D. M. Young, hi amply large to an iimmodatii all who are fortunate enough lo bo Its guesLs. llel we made the tu (piitlnlaiice of I II. Hill, C. It. Holinan, K. K. Cnrhart, Meorgo I-:. Callow, II. V. Pundr, M. K. Calll son. I. M. Ymng mid fillers, who ex- (ended us a welcome band and rnadii our slay very pleasant!. While 'In Panhandle wo noted t hw 'erection of new buildings uud $bw the general thrift of tho peop, .'.' ' In each of the ahowt-iiiuiiod places large lists were secuiud for The Dally Panhandle.- Th peJipU nppreclato the papj-r very inucb, ns- It gives thcni (be news earlier by twenty- four hours than, could be secured from other sources. JOHN W. DALE. SPARKS FROM MANY ANVILS Are stolon melons, like stolen Kiss es, the sweetest ? Self-interest has shatlei'ud many a man's lofty Ideals. It's very easy fob a nllli who has a roll of life lumiilinc lo annex a second husband.. , , ,- , The newspaiiers, all agree that Tnaw was cool when he shot WliHv'. It is dangerous for Thawii to get cool. Kvery tinu a married Tumi has to pay a dressmaker's bill 'he wondeiR If Adam knew a gotnl thing when he had it. . U . The peekaboo waist is pronounced wicked by some preachurs. ConHld ering how holy ii is, t'iils'ls quite tnr prislng. A Memphis, Mo., man has discov ered a new way to get rid of moniiul toes. He sas to- rub alum on your f.ieo and baiuU. When the mosquito takes a bile ll puckers his btl.zel' so he can't sting. It siis down in a damp place, tries to dig the pucker loose, catches its death of cold, and dies of pneumonia. ;. -1 A Ileal I'.efolin. Life would be much more pleasant, Things would go belter by half. If a mini would live dowu lo his In come And up to hf photograph. In Aiknio-nw, "My gal won't go-' to tho circus tier to tho tbeavter." "Thinks they nln't. moral, hey?" "That's it. 'Bout, all I ever git. her lo attend is a 1in,"irf J;!' they HiiiT nono too ficquetit." ' Watching for lnpa. Ishc alwavs stood upon the step.s Just, by the ( ottagc door, Waiting to K im in-' when'l canif) l-lach 11 i k 1 1 home from the store; Her eves wen- like (wo gloiioun stars, Hunt ing in liciivvns' own blue "Papa," she'd call, like 11 wee bird, 'Ts looieii out for 00!" Alas' How sadjy ilo our liven Chance as vve ouwiifil roam! For no wno binlie voice call.; out To bid me web otue home. No little hands; siietrhed out for me, No blue eve.-, dancing bright, ' No baby lace peeps from the door When I come home at night. And yrt Micro's comfort In the thought That when life's toil is o'er. Ami passins through the sable flood 1 gain the hrighter shore, My little aiistel nl the gate, , Wit h e.Vf-R div incly blue, Will call with birdie voice, "Papa, .. I'b lootcn out for 00!" PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. L. E. MAENAT rhysician and curg;eon OtTite nt Ooblinfj & Richardson' drug nt'iro. " Rrj. Phone Oflice Thont 4S Thomas F. Turner , - W, Doyo Turner & Boyce ATTORN EVS-AT-LAW Offlo Ovr Am.rlllo National Bank. Amarillo Tanaa John H. Wills,- ' Rr.AIv ESTATB and AftSTRACT, Potter County Organized, Amarilla Laid Out ami John JI. Wills' Land Office E. tablisbed in 1SS7. HUGH L. UMPHRES ' Lawyer ., .' . Room 3, Olivor-Eakla Building. Notary Public. Phona619 HALL & FREDERICKS Attorneys and Counselors at Law RooniH 4 and 3 Oliver-T.akle Building Amarillo, -:- - Texas W." E, GEE. Lawyer, Amarillo, Tcxa. Room 5, First National Bank Buildinp. . Notary Public in Office. C. t. tuititil J. R. Imi . J. I. JltkiM Gustavus, Bowman & Jackson LAWYERS AUAKIUX) - TKXA8 Office HolUnd Rldg. Thone Connectiou Notary Public in Office. VEALE & CRUDGLNGTON Lawyers Amarillo, Texas L. C. Barrett Seth W. Stawart J. A. Tampleton Barrett, Stewart & Tcmpleton ATTORNEVS-AT-LAW AMARILLO ' Damnge Suits a Specialty. Holland lulllut Plttoi II G. T. Vinyard, M. D., Re. Phone, 268. S. P. Vinyard, M. D.. Re. Phone, 203. Vinyard 8c Vinyard, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Office in Holland Building, Upstair, Room 1 and 2. Phone 275, Amarillo, Tbxas. The 1906 mint crop Is lone, while, the straw crop Ih ahort, but this may have hud nothing to do with th Ken tucky reunion. That'll True. "I handle a good many ugly ens tonierw In the course of a day," de clared the policeman. -So' do 1." said I lio druggist. "Thi difference between us Is, that I try to beautify mine." If yott want help, a Dully Panhan dle wnnt ad !ll find It for'iou. Iv i. J i .1 How To Tell j Pure Beer You do not need to ne a cneniist to ii know pure, clean becr. Oct Pabst Ii DIueRibboa and you are sure of purr?, clean, whole some I'ccr. It is thj lieer that nevctV4 tliroug-hout the lon process of brewing, cornea iu contact with anything but pure, filtered air and perfectly sterilized pipes, lubes " and sealed storage tanks. Y It is the richest beer in food value, and always the best to drink, perfect in age, purity and strength. N M W 3 Amarillo Ice and Cold Storage Cfi. PHONC 102. , . j Pabst Blue Ribbon Peer Order 'cast for your homo toj -"MM fv i' ' i y. 1 "