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THE TW1CE-A-WEKK HERALD, AUQ. 7, !9o6
STANDARD OIL METHODS Grand Jury to Spend the Week on Rebates THE RAILROADS IN DANGER Judge Bothea Will Make Clean Sweep cf All Violators Chlcupo, Amjs. (?. An Invest ten tlon of the method of tho Standard Oil company y tho I'nltnd st.it v . Kowrnnipiit, brj;un In Clpvohml hcv finl wrrlis iik). "fin resinned Ihmv to day. Tho apodal Brand jury railed to report before .IiirlRo riolhcn, 1h to puns ft tp! ronaldprlng tli rehnu charaM Hnd secret rr lui t o agreement by which It ban been declared thu Standard Oil rompnny has been fore Inn Its roni pet It ors out of tho mark c-t. A number of railroads ccntoiln:; In Chlrano nro In danger of brlnn drawn Into tho ntruKKl;. The Grand .Itinrtlon romlilnntlon, and an alleged discriminatory rate ti Faat. St. Louis arc assorted to have given th? Standard Oil company a - monopoly In the South and SoUth WPSt. The government forces will bo di rected by Charles II. Morrison, who ' directed the beef proserin ions, He will be aided by District Attorn. .1. I. Sullivan of Cleveland. .John S. Miller has been retained to head tho i defenie. under the niitl-tnifcf and anil rebate law may remit. Attorney John S. Miller, head roundel for the Ktnnd ni !, win look after tho oil trial's ln-lero.itH. HOTTEST DAY RECORDED Ileal Oppressive In New York Cify-Sevora Deaths Reported New Vorl;, Aug. i. - W ith n tftn pe'Hture of "K deRiees, aud n humid Ity of &3 per cent this forenoon, to day promised to provo as oppressive ii h yesterday, which recorded the hoi test weather for yearn. Three deaths and mnny prostra lions were reported early today, and thousands hastened to nenr liy re srnts In quet of cooler atmosphere One man sleeping on a fire escape to day fell to th.t street and was Killed New York, Auk. fi. At 2 o'clock this afternoon the Roverninetit Ihci niometor registered 01, making this the hottest dr.y of the year. A world of truth In a fe-v words: "Nearly all other rough euros are constipating, especially those eon t ;i 1 n I an; opiates, Konnery'a L.-imi- tive Honey and Tar moves tho bow els. Contains no opiates. You ran get It at I.. (. Thompson & llro.'a. WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS Chicago, A tic C Tho rederal grand Jury convened here today and will hear teKtimony relating to the charges brought acnlust the stand ard Oil company and several railways entering this city. Some of the gov inmont'a best legal talent has been at work on tho case, and Indictments International Convention In Session in Copenhagen Copenhagen, Denmark, Auk. . The international woman suffrafilsts convention opened here today. Mrs Carrie Chapman Catt of New York, president of the association, presided at the opening session, which was do voted to preliminary measures, lie shies the I'nited States, nearly all the countries of Kurope, as well as Australia and New Zealand, arc rep resented at the convention. If you have anything to sell, use Daily FanhanVlo want column. Railroad Time Table. Southern Kansas let, arrive 8:05 a, m. oi, departs 7:25 p. m. Pecos Valley & Northeastern. jet departs . 8:35 a.m. io j, arrives 6:55 p. m. Chicago, Rock Island ft Gulf. No. 1, West, arrives 5:05 p. m. No, 1, East, departs 12:00 p. in. Ft. Worth & Denver City. NORTH. ino. 1, arrives q:-.o p. m No. 1, departs 0:50 p, in. .o. 7, arrives 5.30 a. m. No. 7, departs 70 a. m, SOUTH. No. j, arrives 5:20 a. m. ciO. 2, departs .'. 5:30 a. m No. 8, arrives 7:25 p, m, PsO. H, departs 7:40 p, m MORE BUYERS THAN LAND. IF YOU HAVE LAND TO SELL WE HAVE HIE MEN TO BUY. Our office is constantly in communi cation with many who wish to buy Panhandle land. Let us know what you have to offer and we will do the rest. & SECURITY LAND COMPANY. ft Rooms 7 and 8 Eakle Bids. AMARILLO. -:i riionc 19. TEXAS. mmwmm i mvwwrf IMlliUillli'MPTW Wtmnm.lHMIW I J JI ' J' I I'M I IH I injM 1 1 1 1 1 M m mmm ; :.:-;mWil .it urn To Introduce Our Owrr'Speclal Brand wo will send for 94.00 Ono Gallon by Lxpress, Prepaid, In plain H'" package, a Rye Whisky which we guarantee 7 Years you can drink without calling out the fire dopurtmer.t r ,(1 In ordcrinq Mention Orrcn no. 1 1 (. -: :r-- j-Tv ;r'?vfv-i..r;',ui 5rsr Hr lOir, lllllil... 1 ill '-11 II HI T " " Aninrlllo l'lililie RchooU. Yon have nxkod mo to ipeuk of tho Amiiilllo pulille acUoola, and I muni my to yru, first, that that In ono suhject that In closest to my heart. Our city, hellevlng a ulie iloea, In (lo in;; hlu things and doing them riRht, oiKiinlzeil an Inilependont aehool (IIh trlil, seven hy elwht miles, malting H ft y tlx nfiiaw in 1 1 oh of territory In tho ilh'trlcf. In order to do thU the state legla l.itiire hail to pana n tipedal law, giv ing Amarlllo the right to Incoi poiHte the (llhtrlct. The other district In I'm Hliito comprise only twenty five square miles. Tho progrctHlv. eltl ena of our city then voted liondft to erert a new lip-to-daln high achool hnlldlng, to cost. $:!.", nno, Tho liulld Ing, which la now Hearing coiiiphMlon, would do credit to a much larger town. This inaKea two flno brick buildings and one frame building for tho accommodation of tho tapldly-ln-creasing population. To maintain the xchool a tax of 35 centH per hun dred dollara wna voted. As tho city and Biirroundlng country Increasea, of course comes tho Increase In the school funds. With audi a fund aa now exlsla, good aalnrles will ho paid tho teachers, and thua the very bent talent will bo secured. Tho enroll ment of the schools for tho year 1005 and 100(5 was 000, and iho coming year will be more than 1,200. There ar-o Blxteen teachera em ployed for tho coming term. They nro nil well qualified for tho apodal work assigned them. A great many of them have been or aro attending summer pchoola, thua preparing themselves hotter for tho session. The lowest salary paid now Is $50 a month, and tho highest la $100 per month. The school Is graded, having eleven grades. Tho primary depart ment, the grammar department and Iho high Kchool. Tho high achool be glnns with tho eighth, and Includes four grades. Tho graduates from the Amarillo high school can enter the State university without examination and la also affiliated with all church schools and the A. and M. eollego at Dry an. The course of study compares fa vorably with the best schools In the state, and it Is tho aim and ambi tion of the management to make the Amarlllo high school second to none In t ho state. Knch teacher and pupil Is Imbued with that desire and with a continued co-operation of the citi zens that desire wil bo verified. Why not ? With the best fund In the state; with Inducements offered for the best talent: with tho finest climate on earth: with a robust and strong minded young populace: with nine months of uninterrupted work, I say why not. all this come true? No cotton patch to enslave the young and no sickness to hold them back, and with n brainy atmosphere to keep tho. rollicking boy moving, op portunities aro unsurpnsed. The Panhandle must furnish a largo share of tho sinew and brain for the development of our great state. Wo will furnish our share of the learn ed and good men. This section must not and will not forgot that the greatness of a country depends upon her citizenship. Our population is a cosmopolitan one. What tho boy of the south and east lacks the boy of tho north and west makes up. In the rapid strides that our country Is making wo must not forget the schools, but foster them, for on the quality of them rests the quality of our future citizenship. We have hero the givateststatelntheunlon, with tho untold advantages that surround us, and the Inducements wo have to offer our children, with a love and happi ness and a sincere trust In God, I say lot us march on and on, to vic tory and success. A TEACHER. We have two sections, well Im proved, IS miles from Amarlllo, $10 per acre bonus. S. M. Cotton Land and Immigration Co. 10-11 EX-PRESIDENT KILLED Pulujanes Burn Buildings and Officers and Police Murder Manila, Aug. 6. One. hundred and fifty I'ubijanes proceeded to the mil itary cordon, burned the principal buildings, and killed the ex-presldent of the town, two members of the onstahtilary and three policemen at Abuyon, Island of Leyte. A hundred soldiers and the con- Htabulary are In pursuit of the rald- rs. Major Crawford and Cap. Knau- ber, with a po?se of troops and eisiht constabulary men, were ambushed by Iggorotes while shooting tho rapids of Abulung river, Luzon, on a raft. Crawford, Knauber and five men wore wonuded by arrows. , Amarillo Business College Tho Eriuoatlon that Equip for a Cuootful Carr thould b tho fioal of avary ambltlou younf man and woman. Book Keeping, ShorthnnJ, Type writing, Commercial Law, I'm uiamdiip aud Rapid Calculation. New Mudnt ronntantly arriving nd old opm taking Rood position. Let n help you to help your krlf, DO IT NOW, C.J. NUNN, President, Amtrlllo, T.in. J Hartley's Official Vote. , ('banning. Tex., August 6, 190H. Tho following Ii tho official vote of Hartley rounty In the recent primary, as declared by tho executlvo commit- teo Saturday: Governor T. M. Campbell, 00; O. H. Colquitt, 21; C. K. Roll, (13; M. M. Rrooks, .17. Lieutenant governor A. R. David son. 103; F. F. Hill, 00. Attorney general R. V. David son, 216. Comptroller, John W. Stephens, 222. Commissioner of general land of fice .lohn J. Terrell, 159; C. E. C.ll bers, 4 7. State treasurer T. 8. Harrison. 70; Sam Sparks, 05; Dan W. Phil lips. 36. Superintendent public Instruction R. II. Cousins, 22H. Railroad commissioner William D. Williams, 114; I. J. Storey, 02. Chief Justice (uiprcnra court R. R. Cains, 225. Judge court criminal appeals Robert A. John, 05; John N. Hen derson, 102. I'nited States aenator J. W. Rai ley, 224. Congressman, Thirteenth congres sional district John II. Stephens, 223. Judge court of elvll appeals, Sec ond supivmo judicial district I. W. Stephens, R4: A. M. Carter. 126. State senator Twenty-ninth dis trict D. E. Decker, 101; John W. Veale. 113. Representative, One Hundred and Sixth district Ti. B. Watklns. 92; J. R. Rowmnn, 100; V. It. Gibson, 24. Judge Forty-seventh Judicial district--.!. X. Rrownlng, 07; Ira Web ster. 123. District attorney Henry S. Blsh up, 213. County Judge, Hartley county W. II. Chaunry, 119: J. E. Moore, 111. County attorney Hubert W. Clark, 223. County and district clerk J, C. Thompson, 228. Sheriff and tax collector R. L. Queen, 155; R. M. Henry, 78. Tax assessor J. N. Cammack, 66; Jim Sheppard, S8; R. L. Hood, 77. County treasurer W. R. Bouldln, 124; E. E. Kersey, 10S. County surveyor E. F. Battle, 21S. County commissioner, precinct Xo. 4 George F. Atkinson. County commissioner, precinct Xo. 2 11. M. Kimball. 103. County commissioner, precinct Xo. 3 H. W. Eubank, IS. Forest Service Bulletin. Tho I'nited States department of agrlrultiiro has Issued Bulletin 73, "Grades and Amount of Lumber Saw ed From Yellow Toplar, Yellow nirch, Sugar Maplo and Beorh," by Edward A. Brnnlff. This bulletin shows, by tallica at the mill, tho amount of lumber aiu ally sawed out from certain kinds of tree of different kinds. It serves first, to Indicate the actual gain, In quality of Iho lumber with the In crease of the sizes of trees; and, sec ond, to set a. limit below which trees yield ton llttbi lumber, or ara (00 poor In quality lo pay for cutting;. Tho tables enablo the lumberman to tell how much lumber of each grado ha may expect to saw from trees of each dlnmeter. Thus he may not only avoid rutting at a loss, but may also foretoll Iho quality Increment which combines with the quantity Increment to make up his future gain Tho bulletin contains a log rule for Southern hard wood, which will nsalat the lumbermen cutting theso Bpoio8 In determining how much saw gain they aro making over the log rules they employ. From W right, fiwiidirr Connly. Mr. Hlgglns of Hreford Is hero to buy fat cattle. Land and town lot aalca too eu morouH to mention all. H. H. Tracy sold, last week, a school section four mllaa east of Wright for $12.60 per aero. Good mules ara lu demand at good prices at tho grading camp hero. Several ten acre tracts have been sold near Tulla at $50 to $60 por acre. Reports lndlcato the building of tho Santa Fo road right on from here, to connect with Its lino Bouth of hero, which runs to the gulf. Then, when tho Isthmian canal Is finished, thin shallow water wheat belt will have tho advantage of being able to ship to any part of the world. In the primary election the follow ing nominations were made: For county Judge, W. B. Hole. . . For county clerk, T. A. Ross. For county assessor, T. A. Gray. For sheriff. V. A. Porter. For treasurer, J. P. Huckaboo. Tho Campbell mothod of soil cul ture has been initiated hero, but it requires such a great depth of thought to understand all Its untold benefits that the "old way farmer will' bo slow to catch on." Joo. Attention, Woodmen. Having accepted a position with Reese & McDonald, you can call there for your W. O. W. dues. Fra ternally T. W. BARXES, 59-63 Clerk. We have six sections of land In Carson county, west of ranhandle. Good terms. S. M. Cotton Land and Immigration Co. 10-14 Inlii Enterprla. There Is n weekly Journal published at Zurich, Switzerland, called the Eu gaged Couples' Advertiser, which has agents at work all over Switzerland aseertnlulng the name of every girl who la engaged to he married and that of her prospective husband. These names are printed in the paper, with tho addresses of the sweethearts and a description of their social position. Soon after the announcement of her engagement girl finds herself almost In n position to start a shop, so numer ous nro tho samples she receives from firms anxious to sell their goods to her. KBE9H3 Full Associated Press reports, sup plemented by special Texas service in Daily Panhandle, WE have our new quarters at 123 Fifth street fit ted up. We are now ready for business. If you' have anything to sell list it with us. If you want to buy come and see us. P. L. Person Real Estate Go 123 Filth Straet Phone 627 Dry Farming Brenks Record. From tho Stockton Journal, Colonel R. B. Hovey has Just re turned from a trip over tho Ama rlllo branch of tho Rock Island and has n gratifying report to mak about, the condition generally up that way. There have been plenty of rains; grass Isgood. cattlo nro fat, or they ore getting fat; tho rulna have fallen In such a way and at anch times until they are wafo, or nearly so, there being but few exceptions to that first, statement. While upon tho trip Col. Hovey was told by an Amarlllo honker of a wheat crop grown a few mllva from that place that tsheshed out a yield of 600 bushels of good grain from twelvo acres of land, a yield of 41.66 bushels to the acre. Tho land was carefully prepared before planting and tho atylo of farming pursued was the Intenslvo or "dry Irrigation" farming, tin some call It. It Is not Improhablo that tho work dono In tho twelvo acres bears a fair or even largo proportion to Hint done on a neighboring wheat farm, whero tho yield was about the same and yet tho proprietor had to crop nearly fifty acres to got the samo yield In weight. This has lwn an unusually favor able season, it Is truo, but tho re wards for toll have hen amplo to compensate tho man with Iho-plow and tho hoo, who la-rqaklag an ontls of what tho old tin! mar marked down as the great American desert. There Is nothing bo pleasant as that bright, dwerful, at-peace-with-the-world feeling when you sit drfwn lo your breakfast. There nothing so conduclvo to good work and fcood rcHiiltH. Tho healthy inah with "a healthy mind and body Is a, hotter fellow, a better workman, a better citlwn than tho man or woman who Is handicapped by some disability. however Might. A kllght disorder of tho stomach will derange your body, your thoughts and your disposition. Get away from tho morbidness and tho blues. Keep your stomach In tuno and both your brain and body will respond. Llttlo Indiscretions of overeating can bo easily corrected and you will bo surprised to bo how much better man you aro. Try a little Kodol for Dyspepsia after your meals. Sold by Thompaon & Bro. Klertlon In a Texas Town. Merkel. Tex.. Aug. 6. The first city election ever held In this place, which was but, recently Incorporated, Is In progress today, A hot fight has been made, especially for tho offlco of mayor, and the result Is yet In doubt. HUOllGV & Tnmfir .Sf,hflfi! ,H'ch r4d trinin ' Prepare for col- uij.iw u UI IIU OUIVUI. log, or for lif,. Thorough trainimj given in Weatherford, Texas English, History. Mathematics, Latin, Qreelc f rencn, (jorman, Spanish and Science. Not only do our studonts enter the State Univerntv nH nthr T.vi. Crhnnl. ...it ..:.i:.. L... i I u:t ?t: ... j .... vv..w. . wuuuuis "imuuk cAaiiiniauuii, uub tauuarunt university alio acoepts our certificate. Eminent educators of this and other states endoraa or work. Write for letters and catalogue. Fourth year opens Sept. 1 1th. 19U6. For further information write, J. P. TURNER. A. M Prin. i The Polytechnic College Fort Worth Texas. Rev. II. A. Eoaz, M. A., D. D. Fresident, the 'leading educa tional Institution in Northern Texas. Is making the most phenominal progress of any Institution in the state. Location healthful, retired, ideal. A faculty of 30 experienced and competent professors, teachers and officers. New building, good equipment. 71 r students in attendance last year. Stand ard curriculum, leading to B. S., and B. A degrees. Excep tional advantages offered in Music, Art and Oratory. A r.plen did school of commerce is maintained, also a Kindergarten Teachers Training School. ' Military training, band instruction and gymnasium without ex tra cost. Young ladies Home under care of President and wife. Young mens Home under care Prof. Sigler and wife. A $15,000 Science Hall and $12,000 Conservatory In Course Of Construction. For information, and catalogue, address, REV. J. D. YOUNG Bus. Mgr. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. HARRY Q. DONAHOE , has purchased the Confectionery Store and News , v Stand in Cain Block, 115 east 4th street, formerly ! known as the Women's Exchange. This will be maintained as a ... High Class Fountain Resort All popular drinks of the day will be dispensed. ' Polite treatment will be accorded all. A line of - high class Candies will be kept on sale at all times. ' All leading Periodicals of the day will be found here in the near future, including the leading Newspapers of general interest. Having also been appointed local agent for the Fort Worth Record, taking effect August 1st., a prompt'-? v delivery of same will be made to all parts of the ? J . city at regular rates, 75c per month. , - Your patronage will be highly appreciated. Thanking yon In adrecce for any future business. Yours very truly, J'' - HARRY G. DONAHOE.: t Make Your MONEY Earn;! MONEY We are in possession of information that 'in bound I to enhance the value of property in Aniarilla v!v5 Now Is the time to make investments. SEE US. Western Lands and Immigration Company: Exclusive Agents for The Amarillo Co. ,k:'J Amarillo National Bank Bldg. Amarillo, ."Texas.';; Bargains in Choice Panhandle Lands. " INS U R A N EC jflSlittlUTJiXVIl, 1 1 ff FIRE lllWl II I gill) I V V I I I I tf HI y 24 OLD LINE CO MP AMES. ROOME 12-14 CBERSTADT BUILDIiNCi.