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EdUor rnhndl -As a fll ,l)ir of yourself and your n"ra $rf. pwltl vsrttuie to txprr-M my fplTilwr, And "von iia:-ht Improvp mtg. Yrtti lave a ureal opiiorlnnl ti but result direnrt .ilfwtii r nil tirfl edftnrHhlp- An It It. peyw Is ." naflafactory; la not wm-ay oiiouKtt. It wms to ma tiuit local Ucm ouit rannaiKlId Horn tilht K rri-al lh RfMt. n1nn Ut. Certainly local and dlatrlrt would l tniK-h more alatalln to m than th atiifflnn you to tttrprnd oil t fill your paper. Thlti U not my fmlnlon alone, bt tlw' ' vary on J nav apoken ro m tho ubflrt Tho telegraphic lUp;t-lic ur nil rtsht. P,'',a, '"",n' m-on't ywu Im let uh knmv what In jfolnj on uroiind hh? Thin In not for jtubllrttlon. prlvHl opinion, mi !fUII vlthliold my name. Youra ' Tr above la reproduction of n ttr rocehvd fhl moraine throw h th mall, nod whllo wo ore irot tB th tiublt of nln irnniiiunlra rlon 'tfB o namo signed, take CM ll&Mty thi tln of lirenklnis tho rulwi, lthoiih tb "devil" has rala- - blank all day, itnd Miat'a till Jtrl'llw. for ho knnwa when any thlnf iron th hwat crooked Hround rh rfltloo, he la alraya rcHponnlhl. n4 trtfjirently o have to talaa " lf Although we realize tho tma Of Wltrd that prompted tho how, nd aympathhe deeply with thuthor. It rteenitf to in fnat. rather tha rtln 1ho ojlnlonH of olhcra t twartf to Tiro Pally Panhandle, It wttiild 'te mora effectlre ahould ho take tha time and trouble to iny im visit, and e will talk the matter ftver. We araalwaya ready, and anxloua, to accept advlco, and bar no one from Siring It. In fact, we attribute our A-i'atanw today to that one lhlnR laktaff advka for the flrat thins urter our eyei were opened In this beautiful world, and a fow hquuIIs had been belched forth, our mother dtlaed 'U to take hold and we tiava had told ever tlnoe. With tho fcreat amount of vork attached to tartlng dally newapaper. to Bay nothing of the enormous expemie, It take time to put Into execution the yiaha. Tha Intention has been, and t yet, that wi will got out an elght- ;la paper, tha greater portion of "hlcn will be given to he news of ftmarlllo and the Tsnhandltf. To do thla a thousaud things Incident to tha auccena of aurh a venture crowil fin ua like bombardment of caaka of tiftney and eweet milk, with cartoons f sweat breads and Ringer r.nups to Veep company; and we sometlmea aiit to Me ourselves away to tome Ida street and enjoy a "flylett" iles Tt. or take a day off and go to Can Ton City. You are perfectly right bout your local suggestions, ' and jtu ahall have your appetite appeus- Holp SgUIg Your Own Country Xana Us r Htmtt r Ytur OH rrlBd Btik lif. 4KM'a( OMW Mtf omnt M Hrtt thllr loctuon ant cam v:.t. imiiirif(ei y win sww w in Uit imaf h t tooklngfor nsWhom., YtWtl yur pni tnilhlul IKurMum ut ywir ttt lh country and pino li tir n-n ontlis tmolirpnlry minne lut f 'ln tr. in Inttmilni monthly M0l4 n Sou(hwl Immitrition, tont wit It . Wnuthu wek to C. I. tEUCKAYCl Cntrl ColeiilMtlon Ant ) J l j IllShy. Eichiinjo, Chics, HILL MAIL. 'EKIKEPISB AND SHORTHAND . V TIM pi"lh,si,'hetBitf,(1lrinat'itiV p) tt!'ruetloti, who will wlthlo 10 0Yi : ymn's .. CitHat'Vzco.tali hnlonlo, Austin, C.ilvfts ' to, 1 1 Pao, Ft. Wortlu Tu!cr, OPT DcnI&oru W fttno tM'-h J)T MAIL aeceewfall. er pwrthv LUor-WrltlB. tniD. C'sriooninc, - 1wwb Bnplith. Brilrl. , t7 i!a tn 1ft Pratan. tSOO.OOO.OO -; Ti1lL t T ywni' rwrrt. Tndoi-Mri hf VU. , tmama. K TitlMi: ntT ur llm Writ VC'U ti.'ST ta ""J Bm Bt uit riiLE. our jrti U nta Rr wi y Offir wfl JOE PHIL LIPS ed, nut lo hrtVe'iin we ennt'flitd our name on. tha aulimrlptlon ImokH. Th" ran ttml Is Cnnyoii City, and lhat' nearly all flint way. Mut Hi"n. wo re all her. toRothfr, pulllnn for AmarlMo anil IV I'Hnfiandle, and Tim Diilly Tun hnndle haa rome hern to "till that Ioiir foil want" of ii MrlHIy clean, up-to-date nteiropoHinn nenpaier, ami InHie.id of weuiilng off to other towns to get ottr new, you ran get It here AT HO.MK; behldes, o will fmtilhli It to thoii:anda of outsider, its well hk Ainarlllolios, murh enrller thsn nny nihrr paper. Come tlj;lil along now, pay yonr auliscrlptlon If you hnve not donn so, and In that way aid tin In acting aifotdlng to j our oihli'.). JlewiltillotM of Itopert. , Whereas, If. hns pleaneil Almighty (Jod to remove- from our iniilxi our beloved hroiher and iltlzn. Tom 1. Forresler, who rti-purted tills life July ', 190(1; therefore, he It. Iteanlvfld, That In hU death tlie coniuiiinlty has lont u good and valua ble citizen, his family u loving hus band and father, nnd Amarlllo lodgo So. 4 0:!. Order of Fraternal Broth erhood, one wIho In council and nn rnthunlirstle unil working member one who always upmld the right and condemned the wrong, end one who did not presume, to b better than his fellow man; bo If. further Keaolved, That -we extend to his bereaved family our heartfelt sym pathy In this, their time of groat grief, and tbur a copy of tin-no rcso lutlona llio furnished tha family t our deceased brothur, and a copy bo furtilKlied Tho Danly Tanhandlo for publication. ;.,. H. M. WALKKIt,'-" j. m. dixo.v, ;'; Committee. ,v l or Lavatory work, sewer con nections and all classes of up-to-date plutubinR work telephone If. A. Campbell, plumber, successor to Campbell & Bigger. 45tf . .' ' If you want to buy or Hell laud av city property, cull and see us. Oflltfe at Mcintosh hotel. Phone CO". 8. M. Cotton "Und and Im'g Co. 10-1.4 'ou Cn a Afford It y Forty-Ova dollars pays for either a cotirso of boookkeeplng and buislneas training, shorthand and typewriting, or telographyi $85 pays for any two of theno coursoa; $12." pays for any three, in the Taylor Commercial Col lege of Tyler, Tex. Tho average time for finishing the shorthand course ts three montha, bookkeepltig or teleg niphy, four montha, the two combin ed, five ninths, th three combine, aoven monthsi Hoard and lodglug from 110 to 12.r.O per month, -wtt;li prlvHto family, ,1'pon arriving In oth city come direct to the college, where you will be promptly enrolled, add given choice of two or three nice, boarding places. f' JOY 0? HOUSE BOATING, ratiila1 Freedom la Katare'a Hit. mantle Nrtreata. 13 who would lire the simple nomad ic life In complete freedom and lnl lendenen In the wry heart of nature's most romantic retreats must lire lu a house boat. I mean, or course, a rootny rraft that possesses Its own motive power, that will go wherever the Will of Its owner directs, that will bo sinnll enough and annVlontly llirht Of draft to xplore the secret passages, the Inmost lagoona of tho watery wilderness, where nature most myall? ttntortnlna hrr guests. What an Mia, lazy, luxurious, roman tic life this Is, to bo sure! It Is Im possible to enthuse too strongly on the merits of such an unfettered existence. A camping latineh big enough to 'ac commodate one's family and a tunn of nil work,- a combination of guide, conk and plait. Is tha Ideal craft and crow for the majority. It provided a comfortable habitation, a tight roof and a dry bed tn all weathers and ear. tie all tha supplies needed for an ex tended Journey In the wilds. ' j Thre r those who prefer the Joys of tramplnif through woods and otet mountains, earrylng their tents, canoea and supplies on their backs, but thtff labors are very much greater- thou I those who are luxuriously carried ahOnt In their floating camp. Its very rHt fulness Is the sedative required by the man of attentions life. RrdinlDg Jln deck chair or hammock, be tails anions tho most beautiful vistas of shimmer ing water and woodland scenery, changing bis surrounding! every bcrar If need be. Outdoors. X BIBB & WHITESIDE, Real Estatciarid Loans, INSURANCE. 1 Suits 7, Oliver-Eaklc Building. Telephone 79. ... THE TWICE - A - GUIMARD, THE SriDER. Tha (irrst Pnnr of fh t.r Vnf mt th Ballot. The elder 'N'e'trli. who flourished 1 the middle ef the eighteenth century, called himself the "gul of ilsnctng" and dlsred In all alacrity and with out rebuke that his century hnd pro dueed but three supreme men - h!mef, FrleHck the (rest and Voltnlre. On one orcailon when reproxlng his s-m Augustus for refusing to dnnre before the king -f Kweden at the roiuejit of th" king of Fiance he said that he lvoulfl not tolerate any misunderstand ing between the houses uf Vetlrls and Hourhou. which bad llred ulthei to upon the most friendly terms. Madeleine tJulmard made her debut when she was .thirteen years of npn and for nearly thirty yenri kept all T'arls worshiping at her feet. This was a success nf art ami not of ben my, for tiiiltnard was so aggressively thlu that she was known as "the spider." Mta discovered Ibegrent painter PiitUI. who hepe I'rsaennnl to adorn her liouae with fivscoes. Indeed, Frago. naixl, for whose palntinca today fabu lous sums have been paid, lost hist com mission heraus he dared to fall In love with his patron, tiulmnrd had a theater In her own house, and her en tertalunietits there were deemed ex travagant lit an age of luxury. Paris could not spare her to London until she was past her fortieth year. Klie was a sort of boudoir adviser to Marie An toinette, and so great was the esteem lu which she was held that one of tho most distinguished sculptors of tho day molded her foot, ami when her arm wa broken In n stage accident ft mass for her speedy recovery whs cele brated at Notre Ditme. Mntiulllan'a Magazine. THE BLACK BASS. A Msrlnr Batcher That Kllla For tha riraanre of Slansliler, The bans la like a roaring Hon going about seeking whom he may devonr. I have aeeu u good sized specimen get Into a school of minnows and eat and stuff until be could not get any more Into bis capacious Insides, theu go off by blmseir, Hirow up what be had eaten and begin over again, after which lie would keep m killing the poor In noeeut minnows, apparently for the mere pleasure of killing. Very young bass will attack minute, wafer Ufa which flourishes on water plants and get a way with every one In Bight, adopting the same method as their eld ers. To Illustrate the extent of the canulballsm of the black bass here Is fUo experience of a sujierlntendent of one of tho tish hatchorles In Peiimyl aula: . "The superintendent' made an actual count of 20,000 young 'bass' abotlt an Inch long and placed tlx-in In a fry pend by themaelves. .. li gave them food six tlmea a day, and, neoonllug to bis atatenient, eauh tlsb ate ou an aver ago three times Its own weight of the prepared food every twenty-four hours. They were placed lu s piuid ou the 1st of July, and ou Oct. J, when they were taken oit. there were only 11,000, aud the record showed that less than 200 died from sickness. It Is rea sonable to suppose, therefore, that lu addition to the fond given them by the superintendent lliere were nbotit 11,000 bass devoured by their stronger and more fortunate companions." W. E. Median In Field and Stream. (urine lor tha Teeth. Without good teeth there cannot be thorough mastication. Without thor ough maatlratlon there naunot bo per fect digestion, and consequently poor health rexult; hence the paramount Importance of sound teeth. . Clean teeth do not decay. The teelb should not b brnsbed from aide to side. If this Is done the points of tho gums will be In jured and the teeth loosened. Tbe up per teoth should be brushed from the top downward (from the gums to the euds of the teeth), the lower teeth from the bottom npward. also from the gums to tbe extremity of tho teeth. It Is es sentlal to wash the teeth at night aud wise to wash them aluo In the mom liuc Kinae tbu mouth after each meal. " ' ' Severe Tet. He bad been courting the girl for a long time. It happened on Sunday night after church. They were sitting on the, sofa.' and she looked with ln effablo.Uenderucss Into bis noble blue eyes. ? "Tont" she murmured, w ith a tremor In her .voice, "didn't you tell me once you would be willing to do any net tt heroism for my Bake?" "Yes Mary, and I gladly reiterate V that atatenient now," he replied In con fident tones. "No noble Tloman of old was fired with a lortlor ambition, a braver resolution than 1." "Well, Tom, 1 want you to do some thing really herolo for ine."- fcipeak, darling! What Is It?" "Ask.ttie to be yonr wife. We've been fooling, long enough." Loudon Tlt-Blts. Roaa Tar Sews. "That man It an Inveterate gossip, and he, baa a perfect genius for smell ing out equally times In families." 'Theu bis la something of a itorm center?':-Baltimore American. ,- ...... i. ,,,,,.,, t i , 1 , m , ' , WEEK HERALD, AUOMST Too l lvftr For remfort. f.vn-v.'.'.: mm. " ' - Iieni'ou I.twas What fer did I hey dun iliKrhiii'Kcd . Puhson Shouter? 'uz't lilts siM-iuotis lively entifT? Ieiicon Kniith list's d trouble. I ey wur. two lively. Pahsou dun pound tie pulpit en yell .o dat tiolioily could net er wink oh slcau do. wholo tluiel-rtiehlo Chieftain. THE CAMEL. He Has n llaairernn Tnaper, snfl Ills tlila I Mr-Inns. Tho cnniol Is u dangcrotM animal to ritle-a iiimcIi more dangerous itnimal than the horse for the reaxon that, with bis serpentine mvk. he can reach round .when nunoyed and bite his rider. fitmels me not nf all the patient, quiet, kindly creatures they arc paint ed. They haye nasty tempers. A cara van crossing the desert Is always noisy. The loud and ansxy snarls of the cam els innke the waste place resound. A camera bite Is a serious matter. The strong ti-eth lock In the wound und a circular motion Is given to the Jaw, around and then back, before the teeth are withdrawn again. The wound la a horrible one. There are fow camel drivers without camel scars. Dr. Nachtignl, the celebrated African explorer, once said lo a youth who ex pnhed 11 sciiliiiicnUl desire to croxa ihe Subaru on camel hack: "Young man. Ml tell you how you can get u partial Idea of what riding a camel In an African desert Is like. Tako au ofllce stool, screw It up as IiIrIi as possible ami put It along with a Ravage dog luto a wagon without any springs. Then seat yourself on the stool und have It driven over uneven and rocky ground during the hottest purts of July and August, being care ful not to cat or drink more tlmn once every two day run) letting the flog bite you every four hour. This will giro you a faint Idea of the exquisite poetry of camel ridlug In the Sahara." St. Louis Clohe Oi-mocraf. Brother Plekey'a I'hllanorhy." It don't tnake no dirtlunce let me whether de wo:T Is" roiin' or flat. 1h leadiu' question wid me la how terstau' aleady 'pun top of it. Many u time w'en a politician feels Ink do ofllcer is a seek In' of him It's des a" twitch of tie rheumatism or n sign dat (le co'nriel' needs boein'. liar's one thing ter aay in favor uf Satan. W'en he go ter church he keep hia eye wide open whilst de res' of deni la sleopiu', llioo tie se.rniun. He only way you, kin git some folks ter travel de road ter heaven ia tor tell 'eui dat milk en honey's five en dey won't hat ter tiptoe 'ter aernpo gold dtwt off de stars. It's de early riser dat wins In de life race. Adam gone ter sleep once en sleep too long, ell you (sees what trouble we beeu In ever since! P.efo' dls century over I wouldn't be 'tall surprised ef dey raised de dead. But I don't want ter be In ten mile ri de place wbar dey rise at. Atlanta Constitution. The WnrrlHtre Kant. A good deal is beard of the "oiarrlage knot," bat very few of ns realise that tho knot Wns ever uu thing more than a figure of speech. Amoug tha Baby lonians tying the knot was part of fhe marriage ceremony, says Home Chat. Tho priest took a Hireiid from the gar ment 6f -the" bride" nuif not tier from that of the bridegroom and tied them Into n knot, which he gave to the bride. lhu$ symbolizing fhe Muding nature of the union which now existed between herself and her husband. t FOR SALE! Fifteen thousand feet box ing lumber. - Has been used short time in Amar-" illo base ball park, Low Prices for Cash, Z. Z. Savag Hnrsse! Horses! Trained and Broken. I am no longer in the emplnv of H B, SanbornTand m mow prepared to break tli.it, jouni hotse of yours. Youra'tof trade. s-6.p ALBERT STROUD. T" .."tC6ou Dragon trachessllcommerri.il branrbes. Not a graduate itt tri and i?-?5 failed to erure s position, we win give fioo tor a stn cle failure .. JSotr .;cepted . for tuition, write for our new'tatalng' " ' ., 4 mo J. W. DRAUGHON,rianagr. iMuiuuuiut"'').' il f ' ijati ft : 1 .1. I06. Buy Your Ticllct To Ft. Worth, then tako tha Intanirhan. All r.ars pass the Union Station 5 minutes jflor each hour from 6 a. in. to 11 p. m. ROUND TRIP RATE TO DALLAS No dint, sir.oka or cindnrs, Elegant 6srvica. Fait time, All r.ars pass beautiful Lake Erie. Addioss, W. F.'FORBESS, G. P. CD. T., A.. Fort Worth. Texas CawgMwasawwaaHynsHtiaiiwiiiiiiM'iV' DAL1. AS UT2 WOIITJ3S Prompt Service When you notify us by tel ephone or otherwise to call for vour package, we don't say "All Right," and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call the same day within a few minutes if you are in a hurry and we deliver the laundered clothing at the time agreed upon. Good work and prompt ser vice does the combina tion appeal to you? Put us to the test. Troy Steam Laundry, Phone 42. CUT FLOWERS. C 'j Apples, Oranges Bananas ami A rUllS' lemons. it t LI Fresh everv (lav, I't VegetauleS: nice, Onions, ' Beets, and Roswell Celery. OYSTERS, POULTRY, and RANCH EGGS. L. J. FELTMAN & CO.. rhone 539. in 5th St. N. J. WADE, Attorney-at-Law, R.ynoldi Bldtf. rt. Worth, Tex. Trsctice in State ami Federal Courts. Business of non-residents given fier sonid attention. S. W. Phone iSo. CLEANLY WOMAN. Crroaronalr Thinks hr Scouring: Her Scalp That She Cure. Dandruff. Cleanly woman has an srroneous Idea that by snourlnpr th sralp, which re moves the dandruff scales, aha ts tnirlng tho dandruffl She mny wash her uralp vry day. nnd yrt hsva dnndruff hr Ufa Ions;, Bfcompanlod by falllnc hulr, too. Tha only way In tha world to euro dandruff Is to kill the dandruff jrprm, and thera Is no hair preparation that will do that hut Newbro'n Marplolde. Ho.-pl-c!do by kllllnir tho dandruff fferm, leaves the hnlr free to Rrow as healthy Nature Intended. Destroy th causa you remove tlie effect. Kill the dan druff ffertn with ITerrrlelde. Sold by leadtnir drupjflrts. Send 1fle. In stamps tn" sample to The Ilerplclde Co., De troit, Mich. . E. R. Fosch Drjg Coirpnv. Special Agv.t Crowdus Bros. Hides, Wool and Storage. Phone 1 0 1 . Gor 5th & Grant st Foware of roourrifr 'at sin, for at earh Tlow it Is apfrto heeome better lookln?. -Success MiiRazIufi. Alike. Husband What has berome of those Indestructible toys you cot last week? fyi reThey nro out on the scrap heap, alone with tho Indestructible kitchen ntensils.Llfo. Obstinacy Is the mask under whleh. weakness hides Its lack of firmness. Tanln " ' ' l MIUTIA REUNION hcnlicifi Kansas Infantry Ho.'din Annual-: Enfjampiriil i IMl Ii'm t. K." ., Am; C. M . n 1 1 . i "f lh r.i'iinii-.; T Wen i h l h h -in,. a i in i . 1 1 1 1' , i I 1. 1 in In. , iinifiii'iiKi wliii It l hv v. I'i 'i in I In- l'ilMiuii' .. a it Mil i In i 'i.il Jii-it f i n ii nil nun nf i In1 i 1 1 1 1 1 r , In l.i I,,' ii i t I n l In' !,i i (III ll ii M M mi I r 1 1 1 ) i M . 'I'm 1 1 1 ' , 1 1 1 1 1 1 III. 'Ill , N ,ill' ll i". Ill i i III l ill cillllll'l'- t mil Willi Hint. ii Hi'' i 1 1 1 Kiililirrn ,iinl siiilms nf (IiIh n.rti.n, .v.'M.." Mil:; imil'tiill;; will) nn n . I 1 1 ( m . ill' Wili unil' si Simimer You Meed Fruit. Phone us for Berries, Peaches, Lemons, Pineapples, Oranges, Bananas, Plums, Apricots. Apples Also fresh Vegetables, Green Peppers, Tor matocs, Beans, Peas, Cucumbers and all the delicacies and staples in Groceries that it takes to make good eating. Z. Z SAVAGE (Successor to SMITH & CURRIE) 4th and Taylor Phone 97 Mmm I llornGs LAND AGENTS AND DEALERS Amarillo, Texas, k Mexico, Missouri We have buyers for Good Panhandle I,nnds at market prices. We have Intern and Northern connections with some of the best Real Kstate men in their locality who will bring us land buyers. We are locating here to stay. We have had 35 years of successful experience in the land business. We would like you to list your lands with us for sale and would be glad lo have all interested in buyiug or selling Texas lands to call aud sec m. LAKENAN (Successors to Fidelity Land Co.) Amarillo Hotel Annex. if30'' iri.iiv.r.lwCTTmw.w'iawjwii GOING TO Be sure and give us a trial order of our new, special Queen Bee Flour. Our White House Coffee; Has the Coffee Flavor. ; A full line of fresh vegetables received every dayw 'i Remember the place, ' LAMBETH BROS., 618 POLK STREET. PHONE 124 iS-uY'r;r ::.:.;M-5?.:.v:!:v--' iM'-Xi lKii P. COOpGT, Corner 6fh and Tyler, ARE YOU I make a business of feeding hungry people night or day v' at my old place under improved conditions. , . i Short Orders on tShort Notice. SlflRR EST I URAN1 III) ENGA1AN, Proprietor, I - second noor t ast 01 I'OMomco. ' ' ' n ' ' A " ' by "l.i'iir Klilooi ii'M'rnl pulerl upealt'ers will deliver hiIiIiv . r! i i Mj; li s raupian, Ineluii ills i' ! i u.iI'M- ll HiK, il.-rii'ievatln li'l.ni' Uii- Ki eniiir of Kansas, iiml I'hll i'.iniilii'll. M h ti nf Iho et. ilmi , t if tlic pi' inl'i of ihn Tight, im; Twi-uM't'i In fhe Phliliiinei, H1 ho i r imiim'i ii for the benefit of fhn imlilif, itrnl ji lniHiiif"S niMn and. . iimki i' Hill I"' li' hl 1 1 v Mio rrgtment mi Wi ll m mI.i.v i'i'iilim. 'I h reunion, Ik I' im; h-'lil in l.liiniln i.irk, Urn liuinlri'il i nl the vefei'ans are ramp- Ini; mil In tniK snbllni- slylu, aiul will t runt Inue all I ha week. If vim want a filf untlon, use Daljy, r iiiliiinrlln wanf rtiliitnna. , .j LU h & BARNES, MARKET? THE KID CARPENTER is prepared to build you anything from a pig pen ' to a mansion. . 1. ?.V'1 to an Satisf? fore bulk atisfaction Guaranteed You will do well to see him be fore building.. ' -.i'vr HUNGRY? ,. rnone vb m C . .1 . IMfliUlM '-1 . f ' t f