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i V THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, AUQ. 1, 1906 1 1 1 -ji- '. kit I' 5 1 ; U 1, 1! 4 j f i LOCAL NEWS. Fnm.ir. D. L. Meyers and D. D, Buylcs er la Chicago thin week. C. 13. rasa lins returned from bUHlncs trip to Chicago. R. L. Mulone In On btmlncita and pleasure trip in Alabama. Mr. J. W. nrllt and Kva Tmllln gcr era vlltlng friends In Hereford. Mm. m. Jaraea and chlldreu of Tort Worth are visiting Mrs. Jim Vernon. ' ' , Mr. and Mrs. Hush Currle of Happy are visiting thqlr ion, Thos, Currle, on Fllmore atrcet. M. W. Cunningham la back from a vacation trip to Corpua Chrlutl and Itockport, down on the gulf. ,?. N". Wllllamaon returned yeater (lay from Knnla, ltre lid went taut week on aeocmt of bin wife'a lllneia. Mia. Williamson returned with her luic.nd to Amurlllo, and In the fu turo will make thla their home. . W. A, Askew of Taylor A Aakew Judge Bam U. Merrill In rernperat Ing from tho ulrenuous campaign life at his father's ranch, north of Lub bock. MIhs John Sadler, who haa Juvt flnlHhcd a all wcckh' coiitho In prl mary method In tho l'nlveilty of Tennessoo, returned homo Wvdnea ay. Mr. and Mm. O. M. Baylor are atay Ing at 1109 Taylor street. Mr. Hiiy- lor tiHa acquired an Interest In tho grocery business of Jvccse & McDon ald. Col. KdmnndNon, the live stock auctioneer ( KatiHHS City, la hero today on hlvreluro from a vIhII to hla ranch near Claude. Sam Vorhoea, the opera houHo man of Chicago, waa In AniHrlllo yentor day, on hla . way to Wichita Falls, whore hla company la completing a new opera house. A. P. Ctilloy of Loup City, Neb., who owns sorer n I banks In that state, la In Amarlllo for a few weeks, and Incidentally looking over some real estate bargains W. M. Klgln'of Atlanta. Gh., la In the city, working up a real oh.hIo and financial directory of the t'nlted States for the It. L. Folk company, publishers of city and trade directo Do yon keep chickens? Do you 1 has returned from a weeks' trip to the north, Dalian and other places. He took the trip for a rest and vaca tion, but couldn't help talklnrT Ama- rlllo and the Amarlllo country, any- hov, Uh.h. If. A. and Millard N'oblri ft 88 many Cggl J'OU Olicllt lO are .olvlng the water rent extortion I not. UV 'ectlinS cin " b"e oumtion by alnklna- a well on their n,cai- fWSllc inc "Y property on Taylor atrcet. They will Market. , 51-tf erect a windmill, put In atorago tanks Aleck Davidson has gone Knat to and have ample water supply for buy goods for hla Imiwnso dry goods their homes and lawns. , emporium. .Ho. went via Fort Worth, Major C. E. Gordon waa a visitor aapenrt a few days with hla brother, at the Panhandle office today. He . may Join him on Din beast has Jt returned from Georgia and ern trP- will msKO Amaniio nia neaaauarters Mr. Weldon, district organizer of for the remainder of the eummer. the Praetorians, has returned from Major Gordon waa one of the pro- n visit to Dallaa and other points. Mr. 4 ik. O...SL T1 .. I J A I . ... ... nmu.T 01 ww ouuiu rirtiua ru, nu pveldon will proimwy purchase a haa oxtenslvo holdings along the line, home In Amnrlllo and move his fam- Ho reports conditions flourlnhlng In hy here In the nenr future. v.. auuis . ..,., ...u , f. ;v M. Wells and son. Sum, of Now over me miure 01 me lennory now A,)Hnyi m nrJ , the c,tJPi v(tR uKciujuiift. Inir Mr Wolln' nnnliov. Prnt T. A Mr. Adklns. a graduate of the wella. They are also taking every Illinois tscnool or 1'notograpliy, at opportunity of gottlng acquainted Ffflngham,'' Illinois, has acquired , a with tho Panhandlo country, and will Rock Island Summer Rates We arc selling tourist tickets daily to nil the im K)rtant resorts in America, including CHICAGO, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul, DKNVKR, COLO RADO SIMUNGS, Salt Lake, I,os Atif-eles, San Francisco. Portland, Oregon, Detroit, Hay View, Toronto, Utiflalo, Montreal, Iloston, Harper's Ferry, Pittsburg, Lookout Mountains, and to many other points. Wherever you go, Rock Island can take you there. Special Bargains Round Trip . Peoria. 111., Aug. 18 and 19, one and one-third fare. Roanoke, Va., Aug, it, 12, 13. one fare plus $2.00. Milwaukee, Wis,, Aug. 11,12,13, one fare plus $3. 00. San Francisco, Sept. 3 to 14, one. fare. ) Diverse Los Angeles, .Sept. 3 to 14, one fare. J Routes. Ilomescckcrs Rates to F.stancia, N. M., Amarillo and Beaver County points every Tuesday and Saturday. THROUGH SLtCPtRS TO CHICAGO AND DENVER DAILY. For full information, write PHIL A. AUER, G. P. A..C. R.I.&G., Fort Worth, Texas A HORRIBLE DEATH partnership with Mr. J. A. Corley In the Model Studio. Mr. Adkina grad uated In 1903 and has Blnce worked IF with nigh class photographers In J some of the beat equipped galleries in pn.es .n pnoiograpnie eompeu- Ron,.h (.0ln,mny( aml rpportB uons, ana i . morougn nriivi in sllcmiHful trip. com yww snn poriraic woik. 1 ne closing session at the rink last TfKsn.w. . . ..... . nignt was attended oy a large num- g. v. Hlatt took a flying trip to ber of akators and tpectatora. In Texlco Saturday the first raco there were thlrtoan n r prohubly mako lnveatnienta here. Frank Lancnater arrived In Ama rlllo yetitorday, and left In the even ing with $0 cavalry troop for tho on- eampmMt Ho b'ia been on the rond very atarters. Of these Lafa Oowln, Frod DeWItt and Alvln Cornelius woro the lead three, and competed In iho Bocond raco. Tho first raco wh twen ty laps and the second ten. Lafa Gowln won and Is tho champion fast fltapleton, of Conway, wan In Aniarllo over Sunday. Mr. Campbell, of Plalnvlcw, was a visitor at tho Panhandlo oflleo Sut urday. r . . . John W. Horod, who hna hen via fkator of Amarlllo. Tho rink ulnK ,,0,'(, ""aacl, left Tills morn- tloscd last night for tho aummer, but for Chlldreas. will open In the fall for the winter Leo Callahan, Geo. linker and J. Benson. T. Ilumiuonda,' of Conway, aro In town marketing their grain. SATt'RDAV. R. L. Malone, of the Pccoa Valley Mr. and Mrs. L. B. HuhhoII are hero ImmlKI'Htlon con,l",ny. turned Inst for a vliil t with relatives and friends. Mrs. Horace Humphrey of Chlck anlia, Ok., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McKnlght. - Wm. IVnn Anderson, the Rnnta Fo live stock agent, la circuiting among his Amarlllo friends today. E. f, AVItt of the Socurity Land company was In Canyon this week, closing up some land deals. F. K. Keeler, tho neeves threwh Ing machine man, haa returned from a. trip through Hansford county. Mls Lura Johnxon entortatned a timall number of young pooplo last night at Dr. Johnson'a ranch, noar town. Mrs. J. J. Hill, who has been vis iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sad dler, hero, haa returned to Memphla, Tenn. nigiu irom a bam a. vacation trip In Ala- Stop at the City' Meat Market and inspect Webster's new McCas kins account resistcr. . , 5'-tf W. H. Grocnwapd. tho I. C. R. man, haa returned .from a trip .to Hoswcll and other towns In tho Pecos Valley. W. It. Mender and family are en joying a visit of n few days from Mr. Mcador'a mother, Mrs. A. J. Rushing of Nowlln, Tex. Mrs. J. II. Brady, of Gainesville, and Mrs. B. F. Cumlnga, of Cloburne, arrived last night for a vIMt, with their son and brother, Claude Drndy. The S. M. Cotton Land company haa let the contract for two modorn cottages, to be erected at Third and North Pierce strcts. Tho estimated cost Is $1500 each. 11 We Want Your Business ; And promise fair 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. I GOLDIfJG DRUG COfJPMY. C. X. Walla of Chicago, who has ipeen spending several months lead ing the lfo of a 1'unhandle editor, left this afternoon for hla old home. He aHHlstod In tho odltoiHlilp of tbo Tulla Standard and Lubbock Ava lanche for some time. The Confederate camp had an In teresting meeting In their rooms In tho court hoiiHO yesterday afternoon. In addition to the regulur features Mayor J. K. Street regaled the camp with soma unwritten history of the war. Mayor Street Is a member of Sterling Prleo Camp, at Dallas, and has a fund of stories nnd experiences that makes him a welcome visitor to tha camp. Tho "Old rioya" lny great storo on tholr Sunday evening meetings together, and tho Interest grows with each nieotlng. Tho camp Is now planning a local reunion to take place In September. The veterans will probably bo guests of honor at tho Felix Franklin ranch at a bar becue and rnmpflre pjcplc, - . Scrub yourself dallyfc you're not clean Inside. Clean .,.lnnldd means clean Btqnmch, bowels, blood, liver; clean, healthy tlssuo In wery organ. Moral: Take Holllstors' Rocky Moun tain Tea; 3r ccjits, Tea or Tablets. K. R. Roach Drug Co. 03T70 J. S. Aycru, thv Ico cream factory man, left this morning for a biiHlncss and pleasure trip to Clarendon. Tho Amarlllo Ico cream factory Is an In dustry that Ih enjoying deserved prosperity. Mr. Ayrcs Is now sup plying a largo trado In other rnnhnn- dlo towns In addition to the local demand. Thv) factory Ih crowed to its utmobt rapacity all tho time, and the buslnos Is steadily increasing. J. K. Street.ono of the oldest news paper men In Texas, left Sun day for Dallas, after spending several days In Amarlllo and wilting up the Panhandle. For many years Mr. Street was publisher of Street's Weekly, at Waco, nnd lni ei hi uullas, and Is now Interested In a manufac turcrs magazine at Dallas. Ho has firoat faith In tho Panhandle, and grows quite eloquent when talking of tho rapid strides that have been niado tho past few years In this ac tion. Mr. Street, at ono time a resi dent of this section, says bo knew everybody for a radius of 200 miles. Howover, thero whs but ono person living within that radius thon, nnd he refused to dlvulgo tho namo on thla trip. DKXVFR ItOAl) F.XCritSIOXS. Ep worth League encampment, Corpus Chrlstl, Tex., August 3-12. Rato from Amarlllo, $19.1.". Selling dates August 1 and 2; final limit. Au gust 16. Sheriffs' Association of Texas, Dal las, Tex., August 9-11. Rato, $13.20 round trip. Dates of sale. Train No leaving Amarlllo August 8. Final limit, August 12. National Baptist convention, Los Angeles. Cal., September 12-19. Ono first das faro for round trip, going ono direct route and returning an other direct route Dates of sale. September 3-13, Inclusive. Final limit, October 31. Stop overs, til lowed at nil polntj north of Trini dad. Spocial excursion to Mexico City, one lowest regular first class fare for the round trip. Dates of sale, Sep tember 1-3, Inclusive. Final limit, OctoKer 31! '"sVo p -oVers 'will bo al lowing on going trip within tho go ing transit limit of sixty days, nnd on return trip within final limit of ticket. The final tickets are on sale dally, Juno 1 to September fo September 30, inclusive, with final limit October 31. 1900: Denver, $ 1 R . f 5 ; rtoulder, $20.40; (Jlenwood Springs, $2tj.S,1. Colorado Springs. $16.25; Pueblo, IH.Ifi. Stop-overs will lw allowed both po lng and returning at all points Trin idad and north. (1. n. VOORIIKKS, 1 Ticket Agent. L. R. SIMMONS, T. F. & P. A. A Huiuluy Dinner, I'ljen a thlnkln nnd a wondor'n nl day what euld bo the matter with the Panhandlers and I found it, out this evenln'. Tnemnehlnemnn an' tho feller what bosses us kids aroun' In th back end nn' tho feller that wears them on his nose has all looked kinder drawed all day. They speaks oncet and awhllo about panes an' pl and the tall sklny feller what makes up forms has had pressln' on his niin.' I think nil of them is troubled wllh pnmcthln' pressln' the way they act and talk. I hord alnce that they all Ink a moal from their boardln' house Sunday about noon or there abouts. Tho feller what bosses us kids has Just kicked the oftlco cat out. tho behind door an is comln' towards me so am forct to klozo for; the presents. In wympatliizlng. Til 10 DRVPL-. On. P. S. I wuznt their.- Two P. S. He's nearly hero, I'll bo tholr next time, though. Celebrate (.'loIian's Victory, Fremont, O.. Aug. 2. The nine ty-third anniversary of tho victory of General Groghan over the Eng lish and their Indian allies during the war of 1X12 Is being celebrated today on tho site of old Fort Steven son. Tho Sixth regiment of Ohio mi litia is taking part In the celchnitlon. General Groghan died In New Or leans, where he was buried, but the body has been disinterred nnd will bo reburled how this afternoon with military honors. Young Student Brakeman While at his Duties In Denver Yards Is Killed A htudent brakeman named Mc.Vd nnis met death In a horrible manner last night lu the Denver yards. Tho exact manner of his death can never lw known, but he was struck anil killed by ono train, and at least two other trains run over hla mangled body. In company with another train man, MacAdnms went to bis caboose a few minutes before 9 o'clock, lie Intended to turn In, and his compan ion left him. A few minutes later some trainmen on tho main track saw blood on the track nnd called out that some ono had been killed. Car Inspectors Sinclair nnd Laughlin started along the track with search lights. LaughMn discovered first tho head, severed enthvly from the body Almost, at the sumo tlnio Sinclair, several ear lengths away, ciinio upon a foot, and n train crew found the body fourteen car lengths away from tho head. Tho search waa continued until all tho members were found .Mine or mo men nearu a cry or blow, or any nolo, that would plve them a clew to MacAdums' wherea bouts when tho train struck him. Switch eiiKlno No. 21, backing two cars, was tho first to pass nfter tho man was latt seen, and from blood on the wheels, it Is thought that this train struck him first. After that, and before the discovery was made, tho big battle ship engine 303 passed over the line, and, following It, two engines, 3 nnd 36, In a double head er. No adequate reason can be given for MacAdnms' iK'Ing on the track at the time. It would seem that he was caught unaware, as his face, which was not. mutilated, shows neither ex pression of pain or fright. It Is said by several parties that tho switch engine nnd train were run ning without head nnd tail lights, but even then it Is hard to under stand how the man could have ren killed without the crew hearing the shock of striking him. MaeAdanis hud been a freight han dler at Childress, nnd had taken the place as student brak?man last week. lie was not in the service long en ough to belong to the orders, and, so far as Is known, belonged to none and carrl"d no Insurance. Ho h.i a wife and two children at Chil dress. The railroad authorities have wir ed Childress in regard to his burial, but as yet have received no instruc tions. HARKUT REPORTS. Kansas City Live Stock. Kansas City. Aug. li. CATTLE Receipts, 1 1,000; steady to 10c high er; natlvo hteers. $4.00 (i ti.20; Southern steers, $2.7!(i i . r. 0 ; South ern cows, $2.00 r 3.23: native cows and heifers, $2.00 r, -,. 23; Blockers and feeders, $2.23(LH.40; bulls, $2.00 f 3.30; calves, $2.3(1 ( 3.30; Western fed steers, $.1.73 i (5.00 ; Western fed cows, $2.30 Hi 4.23. SHEEP Receipts. 1,0(10; strong. Muttons, $4,234(3.30; Innibs, $3.3(1 u 7.60; range wothers, $ 1.23 til 3,73; fed ewes, $1.03 St 4.23. Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, Aug. 6. CATTLE Re ceipts. 22,000; strong to 10c higher; beeves. $3. SO (it 0.40 ; cows and heif ers, $ 1.23 (n 3.30; slockers nnd feed ers. $2.30 r,f 4.73; Texans, $1.90 f( 4. S3; Western steers, $3,603(5.23; calves, $3.25 (if 7.00. SHEEP Receipts, 20,000; mar ket steady; sheep, $3.23 fij 5.30; lamb $4.73 (fi 7. S3. WANTED. . We would like to list for hI i few more 160 nnd 320-sci e ' furmi within a radius of seven or rlali: miles of this city, If you have such tracts and deslri to sell same, call and see us at oin office. In the Amarlllo Hotel Annex. Likerun & Barnes Land Dealers. That's What They All Say m Chicago Gruin Market. Chicago, Aug. 6. WHEAT Sep (ember, 72 S C" 72-e; December, 7 5 e. CORN September,, 49ic; Do cember, 4 57c. OATS September, 31 He; Decem ber, 32 He. Chicago Provision. Chlcngo, Aug. 6. FORK Sep' tember, $17.00; January, $14.25. LARD September, $8.90; Octo ber. $S.C7i. RIBS September, $9.22H;Octo- ber, $8.97 H. St. .90 St. Louis Spelter. Louis, Aug. 6. Spelter, weak; St. Louis Wool Market. St. Louis, Aug. 6. Wool, steady; Territory nnd Western mediums, 22 frr 28c; ilno mediums, 16(3 20c; flno HffflTc. New Vork Lend and Copper, New York, Aug. 6. Lend quiet, $5.75. Copper, firm, 18? T 1 8 i c. New Vork Stocks. New York, Aug. 6. Atchison, 93 H; preferred. 1 00 B ; New Vork Central, 141: Pennsylvania, 132 Ti; Southern Pacific, 76; I'nlon Pacific, 15S; preferred, 94; Amalgamated Copper, 103; Steel, 40 "s; preferred, 1 OS. I ri?fzi Candies I SExclusivc.Afjencyr' Roach Drug Co. Shipments fresh all the time. Stock Salt NEW ALFALFA AND MILLET HAY Canon City Coal, Colorado's Famous Fuel product. The best coal on the market. KUTCH FYE, Phone 338. 605 Polk St; New Vork Money Market. New York, Aug. 6. Money on call steady, 2U (o 3 per cent. Prime .Mcrcuntilo Taper, b'bw FOR THE PROHIBITION CAUSE Air Is Life. Consequently we blow, knowing that Dellell's Kidney Pills do more good in nil cases of backache, weak back, rheumatism and nil kidney ail ments than any other kidney remedy. A week's trial will ofttlmes cure mild cases. laek a box or two, and your kidney tronblo will 'disappear. Two sizes, 25c and 50c per box. G2p70 Wealthy Miner Will Devote Fortune to Step Liquor Traffic Taconin, Wash.. Aug. 6. J. P. Martin n Cincinnati hotel keeper, do- lares that, he will devote the pro ceeds of his Alaska Mining properties up to $300,000 a year to the cause of prohibition in the United States. He buys that eventually the prohibi tion party will wlpo out tho liquor traffic In America. Martin is en route to Alaska to atart development work at his mlnos. ROOSEVELT ENTERTAINS President is Host to Largest Luncheon Par ty of Season Oyster Pay, Aug. G. President Roosevelt today entertained at Saga moro Hill tho largent luncheon party which has gathered thero this sea son. Senator Penrose today paid his sec ond visit of tho season to tho president. Silver, GfJie. A woman worries until she gets wrinkles, then worries becauso sho lias them. If sho takes Ilolllster's Rocky Mountain Tea sho would have neither. Drlght, smiling faeo fol lows Its use. 35 cents, Tea or Tab let. E. R. Roach Drug Co. G3-T70 If You Want A Home or Ranch in Shor man, Hansford, Oohlltret of Hutchinson countias write Champ Traylor Plamont . Tout Who has some great barftlni in Railroad, School and Pat ented Land. mpia ib h ithMl ii v- ti'Iwi. HALF PRICE, ah rniWMi.w nMM.otVM,ruitM.aitMa hn4UlffTfclKf NutUi.1. rlurMilMu4MlM ttf"n4 ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT Hard 011 tho Milkmen. Chicago, Aug. i. The Hood com mission, appointed by the state, is sued a formal notice yesterday that hotels, restaurants and lunch room keopors who serve skimmed or adulterated milk will bo prosecuted. will crowd your efforts to ' : secure ' ,. ' ' ; Good Laundry VVorK if jou.jsciul your .bundle herei j Pur handicraft symbolizes all that is worth knowing in the i' science of modem Lauu- - dering. PROMPT SERVICE. Amarillo. Steam. Laundry. hone 22. Troops From Nebraska and Arkansas Ar riving at Ft. Riley. Junction City, Kas., Aug. I.--TI10 Nebraska militia are beginning to ar ilvo hero and will go into camp at Fort 'Riley tomorrow. They will ro maln In camp for a week, and will bo followed by tho Arkansas troops. Tho Nebraska contingent will include two regiments of infantry, one battery, Olid troop of cavalry, one signal corps and ono hospital corps. SENTER GULEHE, Picture Framing, Furni ture Repaired and Var nished. 600 PoIK Street. Pohnt 484 WHEN THE DOCTOR ORDERS you to have a prescription filled he wants It filled with all the scrupulous care that tech nical skill and professional knowledge can give, from drugs concerning whose purity there can be no doubt. In other words he means, TAKE IT TO GIST BROTHERS Druggists. 1 508 PolH Phone 157 WHITE SWAN ROASTED COFFEE. A perfect blend of old private estate Coffees.roaslcd freh daily in our own plant, giving that rich, delicious, smooth, aromatic flavor, which delights every true coffee lover. Packed in air and dust tight packages. Positively die best coffee money can buy. Wlu'te Swan Brand means Dcrfection no matter what the article. If your grocer does not keep White Swan brand, send us his name, THE WAPLESPLATTER GROCER CO. DENLSON, FORT WORTH. DALLAS ft COFFEE 1 w..ri , fil f