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THE TWICH-A-WEUK HERALD, AUO. M, 1906 .w f "w CCHW ) 1 f THE TWICE-A.WEEK HERALD rublnh4 Iteh TuMiltr tnd PrldM br , ' .1 P. I. BOWIN Entered at the Poitofflce at Amarillo Texai, at tecond class mail matter. Official On an el lh City ! Anarllla and Pallar C.unty, ADVERTISING HATES: - ) 8 e.ntt par Inch aaoh InMrtlon 8 catiK par luia aach murtion. f tmUy .vLaeait a.. . 1 .nt n.r mnrA Ant intattiun, SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PHR YEAR Tin Hisald will out eamlnt taouwln ' lma aiplrai unlati wa ara auihanrad lo eonunua n. Should any tubterlbar fall te ractln Tmi Hkmlo ruulatlv. o adia u at anca by tatd sr laUphana. An in arrsnaaua rtntcLan upon in. Itandinf or rapulatlon o( an parton, mm or Dcalien which may appaar In Iha eulutrmi oi ii Hisald will ba aonactad upii ll banig Prouilil to Iha altanlian al (ha puDiitnart. TTKSIMY, Al'tilST H, 1 000. '. ROOMKVKI-T ANI TIIK TAIUrT. ! It la generally conceded that Hoose Yelt Is the most Influential. If not the ;blggest, man In the republican parly, ,'If that party ever bud h loader lie oc cupies that position at present. In , his candidacy lion tha hopo of tha par ity for success In 1 !08. HU course haa alienated many parly bosses mid cor poration barons, but the rank mid file are at his back, and are only sppio henslte lest he should retire after h Ik term and leave the Meld clear for democratic onslaught, led by Bryan. Plnce Roosevelt has begun (o wob ble around on the aide of the people, It. la Interesting to note how llttlo re publican doctrine he standa for. He haa turned on aonie of the biggest trnata that, elected him, and la dla jpleylng the couragj of Andrew JneU aon In going after their aealpa. He never waa a republican on the tariff question. He don't, make much fuss about the tariff, becauae he knowa hi party la not auffirlently eduratnd . to follow him. In due course of tlmo he wrlll no douht. undertake to lad a revolt, against this time-honored tar iff fraud. Those who Ihlnk he Is a high tariff man are Invited to an in tpectlon of his opinion aa set forth In his "Life of Benton," a honk written In the maturity of hia rareer as n thinker and economist, j! "Political economlsta have pretty . L.HAvtllv nrMf1 that nrntnetinn 1m PUrinn,, o.tt.i ...... 'tIpIoub in theory and harmful In practice; but If' the majority of the people In interest wish It, and It af facte only themselrea, there is no ,Mrthlr reason why they ahould not be allowed to try Hid experiment, lo their heirta" content." .',"Th trouble h that It rarely does iffert. only themaelves, and In 12S the ev waa peculiarly aggravated on account of the unequal way In which the proposed law would affect different, aectlons. It purported to benefit the rest, of the country, but. It undoubtedly worked real Injury to the planter states, and there Is smnll ground for wonder that. the. Irrita tion over it In the region so aff-ctd BljouM hare been Intense." THEY ARFj WISE IX m VINH NOW jFrespectora nnd homeseekera, when they get a drenching In the Panhandle and find bicycles lnjlng ek fluty because of muddy roads, ac knowledge some surprise. Some land buyera and settlers come from ISortheast Missouri and other aec tjona, wfhere the rorn la stunted and ihe grass la parched and dead. They cifen their eyes in amazement, ua It dawna on them that Tanhandlo aeii aona are aa safe or Hafer than In utatcs where land sella for ISO to T5 per acre. They wake up to the hualncas policy of aclllnj; this $50 land and of buying In the Panhan dle at 110 or $15 per acre, hero the soil is as fertile and the acuaonB Just aa good. I There would not. he any $10 or $15 land left If the Northern nnd Raatern.farmera were posted. . They have been dropping In here hlngly and In small groups Tor years, and then going back without purchasing IarNow they come nnd buy, nnd, wjth regret painful to express, tell what they were offered one, two and four yeara ago. Because buffalo grass doesn't grow as high aa rag weed, and because tBey carried In thel minds notions about the aeasoiw, that thn Amarillo weather:, bureau fitatlon has settled beyond farll (for people who go to the proper source for Information) tjey shrugged their shoulders and went home, leaving land aelllng for $fi per acre, that they are now buy ing for $15 per acre. . . . w Of course they are coming to their senaea. and when a few more yean aflp by, they will have $40 and $50 land.' And will be telling their chil dren what a narrow eacape. they made from buying themselves rich In, th Panhandle lands. r A Quarter section ot this lsud, oc- j r u pled by a bonne, barn, well, with farming; Implement and good horsea and a man possessed with Industry and ail average knowledge of farm In will comfoi tubly support and maliJ money fur a family aa large Hi the one that won the Roosevelt medal. TIIK KXAMI'LK OV IIO( MITIW. Young men In Iowa, Missouri, Kausa and other ulaies lime been reared In affluence and educated ju cuIIhri'm from the procoedH of en hanced laud valuea. ntteud of com ing here and duplicating the expn ilenceH of their parent, who were the iiloupeiH u Kciierutlon aco, tbey bIKe off to cltlea uud apeud their wealth wlitire view la moat tillurlnjc. aud liere Hie minimum of aiiccesi la attiilued. Publicist Illld VI DtlOtlllKtS tell un that a iiullou'a decline U read In the Htallxtlca thut allow an abandonment of the Held for the city. 1'iilcsa the aliuple life of agricultural purKiilt stopa the mud ruali lo congealed cen lera, there la nothing to hope from our clvillaUoii that burled nations did not poKfOi-H. Dloeletlun Riirrendcred bin acepter of the nomaii empire and beramo a modest, farmer. When the totterlnc (dd empire Invited him to iikhIii take bold of Ihe relna of Rovernmetit he (lei lln.'d, jioinllnK to (ho carrots and whvIiik itraln that. Imparted the con- Hi lousnesa that ho was n useful and Independent citizen. It. Is the aplrlt of Dloclellan that, ahould possena the youth of the land. Tbo bualnesa of pumpkin, corn and wheat la declin ing, nnd we Hre wild In the mad rush for wealth and office. The recent campaign exponaes of each candidate for governor of this atato was about $10,ono. This wax an affair confined to the democratic party. A mere primary election. What, a more hopeful sign of the times It. would bo If our great men, like DIorMlsn, were busy In their carrot, patches, and the people had to Implore thim to lay aside ease and aclfiah conld erationa and servo a gubernatorial term In Texas. A (iKNTI.F. rtlOlDST." I'nrier th" heading " a gentle pro test," Pro. I.artd. of the Miami Chief. reglstciR a gentle kick because hib pretty nnd progressive town was not Included in The Panhandle group of a cailoon recently produced In our special edition. We assure Bro. l.ndd there whs neither slight, nor alur In tended. It waa simply an oversight on the part of our cartoonist. At Home future time, as apportunity of fpia we hope fo. produce another r.ar toon In which Miami will be "the whole thing." The. "Chief" is better understand by telling his story in hia own words as fnlllons: "In Ha Issue last. Psturday the Pally Panhandle of Amarillo, cavp a laree three column picture. In tin distance was pictured Dallas with a sleamhoat, signifying Trinity naviga tion; and then Fort Worth with her largo packerips. In th foreground was a large robust man labeled Am arillo and Progress, and In his brawny arms, was clasped railway lines and ahops, an elevator and fran chises and such. Then along the pro cession -tth their banner flying came the amaller towns, Wanhhnrn, Claude, Tanhandle. Palliart. Clar endon, Hereford and Canyon City, with their fine fruit, lands, alfalfa, wheat, oats, etc. It Is a good picture all right, but the remark a bis thir.g about It la that Miami waa left out entirely. The only way we can ac count for this la that the Am irlllo man thought the picture was fcood enough even If the best, part was left out. "Now the people of this act-lion have a tender affection for Ami'i-illo and recognize her ns I lie fU.cn ot the plalna; Ihey glory In her pridi? nnd progress. "But if the Dally Panhandle pro poses lo be cosmopolitan aa applied to the Panhandle and proposes t. represent the whole then Miami l'eels she has been Ignored." PKOPiniTV OWNERS SHOl'M) IWVF,. Street pavin;; is something that Home of our property owners have been too busy to realise the Import ance of. It always adds more than the cost, of th paving to the value of abutting business property. Tho finances of the city somotlmea don't permit badly needed Improvements. But there la nothing to prevent pub lic spirited property owners from paving at their own expense. When property haa reached a value of from $200 to $300 per front foot the own ers are generally wealthy men upon whom fortune has especially smiled. They simply happened to own where people happened to congregate and what should b more natural In the broad minded, prosperous bubluess Dickinson ce CAHNERS Cleanest Cannery in Illinois Clean as Your Own Kitchen Visitors welcome in all de partments at all hours and seasons. Justice llratid Corn and Pumpkins is "pure and clean. Ask Dick's Kitchen for Recipa JUSTICE BRAND. At all Grocers. Nobles Bros. Grocer Distributors. Ufsesssitaas man than to pave the one half of tho street In front ot business property he oans. It Is a good Investment as It holds the business center wh.ie It now Is and rents nt their present remunerative figures. When wo come down to tbo facts how does It look In a plethoric bank, whose vaults are bursting with a confiding public's money, to see their custoinerri wading through six Inches of mud to make a bank deposit. J. A. Wa.vln.nd, the publisher of "Appeal and Hcason" and a resident, of Kan sas proposes to pave at his own ex pens." on 4th street in front of bis CAREFUL COMPOUNDING OF - PRESCRIPTIONS s the important factor in the, treatment of anyca.se of sickness. ' VVe make a specialty of accurate and careful prescription work. We use only the purest of drugs and employ the most competent' druggists. We call for and deliver; Prescriptions. v ROACH DRUG GO business block. This is what, a non resident proposes to do and will do. lie paid six thousand dollars for the ground hia building la on. Sonic ot the choice lots on Polk street cost I heir owners as high as $250 each. These owners are residents of Am arillo and have grown rich by en hancement of property values. Polic street for some blocks should be paved by tho property owners. It a few blocks on Taylor were paved it would soon be seen where tho bus iness would gather. .RF.IM lU.H'.W I.MIWni.lTV. "Standing pat" on tho tariff and other economic Issues is absurd. Condltiona chango with timo and what, may be for the e. rtvuntagc of the people one year, is to their disad vantage thereafter. To "stand pat." on the. tarirt aa tno law is louuy, when It has proven to be plundering tho people for I'm . benefit, of tho protected monopolists Is not Htate-:-manshlp. but. rtoiirboulsm. Tho fact is the Republican party has bo- come atrophied by standing pat and lost Its virility by being fed by Ihe pampered trusts and special inter ests it haa itself created. It standi pat because it does not feci compe tent to throw off tho incubua and again assume its original spirit of liberty and devotion to Its pristine conceptions, which were announced in the great Declaration of Independ ence, but which It now say aro ob solete and BUttering gcneraflUe-j. Tho KlTCHEH I ii Booklet republican party stands now fo.- tax ation without. represeniatl'vi. Ii nl lows tho trusts and protected com bines to tax trfe people ten times the amount, than 'even th. plundei in-; tariff law compels llm people to pay lo the government liHelf. To stand pat on such a system o legalized rob bery Is imbicility. Tlit! great doc trine of Kqunl rights to all and spe cial privileges lo none bus no lodg ment In tlus heart of the republican Mandpattei-H. - I.Hst. week the price of milk jump ed up from 30 tents to in.OU per H 1 ir I- 'I r. 'ill III-. gallon can in Chicago. From tho usual sources tlio daily supply of 2S, 000 cans was cut down to Il.tlOO cans, and milk had to bo shipped 300 miles from Ohio. All due to dry weath er. In the Panhandle wo are having plenty of rain, grass, grain and milk. No complaint of se;uon whatever. This dry weather bm,1aess,i.s not so much h respecter of sections as somo are prone to jthink. v liKt year a special correspondent of the Amarillo Hfrnld mado a crop Inspecting tour through Central and Southwestern Texas, and found In Tarrant, Ellis, McLennan nnd ad joining counties (hnt barely a half of a crop of corn and cotton was left from flood destruction. From San Antonio west, to Laredo there was u drouth. In the Panhandle there was n happy medium of rain, $ood crops and plenty of grass. The Fort orth Record knows a good thiiiK when It. aces It., and has shown Its superior newspaper jndg nicn ever since it made a bid for the first place in Texas Journalism. The industrial cartoon taken from The Daily Panhandle will prove a great educator to the thousands ot Record readers who are seeking Panhandle information. ' t'ncle Henry Cassaway Davis, of West Virginia, la to run r for congress. When he ran aa a mate with Judge Parker lie was handicapped and It Is mm eta to b hoped the old man may make a hotter showing when alone In a race.. Iu fact, we hope his election Is al ready "Irrevlcably settled." WILL IIAVK CAXDV FACTORY. A. W. Wood, of Hunan City, Making Preparation for .Ver Industry. Among the many new tbluga in the Industrial line, now In store for Am arillo, la a candy factory. Mr. A. W. Wood, of Kauaas City, an experi enced candy manufacturer, antl a most gentlemanly fellow, haa leuaed the building at the southwest corner of Polk and Hlxth atreets and U re modeling the Interior preparatory to starting the new business. Aa foreman of the factory be has en gaged Mr. F. T. Crawford, also of Kansas City, who has held similar po Nltlona In the pant, The factory equipment and sup plies are expected here during the week and the plant will be in opera tion within a week or ten days. The capacity per day will be D00O lbs. of candles, and a force of about 25 will be employed. The Dally Panhandle welcomes Mr. Woods to Amarillo, and wishes him all possiblo success la bis undertak ing. Railroad Rumble. The Santa Fo round house and gen" eral shops, though somewhat disor ganized by the recent lire, are, never theless, a scene of activity which It Is a treat to take In. There Is a system, concerted action and Intelligent effort toward an end In the various depart ments. Men use their brain as well as their brawn. It Is atated by thoso who know that tho shop force, some three hundred In number, turns out as much work as shops with twice the number of workmen. The shops aw equipped by means of the latest and best machinery to build engines, and do most difficult Iron and wood work aa well as ex peditiously doing all mannerof over hauling and repair work. A six thousand carpenter nnd cop per shop Is the first, improvement on tapis at. the Santa Fit shops. The materials aie on the wa, plans aro In the hands of builders and the un sightly scene of tho recent fire will have entirely disappeared bcfoio many moons have waned. The Santa Fo and Denver rail roads employ somn sixty train crews which make their headquarters In Amarillo. The- -Choctaw comes up with several more, ami I hits it be comes apparent to all that even now the railroads' Hie doig their share to ward popiijal i'ng Amarillo. The work of I lie new Denver shops, being built of brick, 'Is progressing rapidly. When completed It will mean more work for machinists, car penters, blacksmiths, copper nnd hras workers, etc. No matter who Is employed In erecting the building, white men will derive the benefit of the new shops. Land Pui-clutses for ShiHm l-'e Sliup. Secretary Slilreinan of Ihe Com mercial Clnli haa closed the deals for ninety-seven lots In tho tract needed for the Santa Fo shops. This loaves sixty-seven vet, to be secur ed and M. Phireman anticipates a speedy hcttlement on these, A num ber of guarantors have r-'cerlly made payments of their amounts, so t lint, the work of obtaining Hie tract and deeding II. to Ihe Sanln Fo can be completed without delay. Wilsons Spent fo f.lako Clean Boor Cleanest Manufacturing Procesi Ii That of An Americas Brewery, W'a rcK.iri brer a n. fund and th business of brewing benr arm of our nioKt Important Industries. When w tell our readers that without exception lliore la no other br?werjr In the world so absolutely clean In Its process of manufacture, us Tahst, we apeak from exact knowledge of condition!-,. Ths monster l'uhat Wrewery at Milwaukee represents an outlay of millions of dollars and many of those millions liHVn been expended to mk Iha Pabat exclusive process absolutely clean. I'.ilist Hrer stands alone today, the only food product tli.it from the bcKinnlnK to the end of ita manufacture Is abso lutely beyond rcnoli of oven the con taminating perms of the sir. Uoi-tors boll their Instruments In water to Hterllizo them. Puhst bolls hia brew in closed kettles and thus) storillzea It. From there. It passes through sterlllzml pipe to f:rill.ed hermetically sealed tanks where It is fermented. Then througn more, sterillred pipes It jroes to sterilized liernieticHlly nenlfd Mtorace tanks and when bottled It Is pitsteurlzed. Throughout the entire proeesa It nsver Is touched by human hands nmi comes In contact only with sterilized air. This process of manufacture Is the exclusive Pabat method. It Is one, rea son for the "always th same, always the best" reputation of Pabst Peer. . Tho cleanest beer and the. richest, beer, Pabst Peer has no equal as a mild, healthful I nvr(t. It is brewed only from Pabst eight-day malt, choicest Imps and pure water, rabsit eight-day tnalt, the perfect malt, con tains all the fond qualities of Hie finest barley In predlgemed form. H Is !hl hlRh food value and the Pabst exclu sive process of brewing and thoroughly aging the beer, that give Pabst beer its rich, mellow flavor, its refreshing xest Amarillo Ice and Cold Storage Co, PHONE 102. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer Order 'cast for your home today SPARKS. FROM MANY ANVILS A sensible girl drafts the line at cigarette-flavored klsapa. Tho more faith a woma haa In her husband the fewer lies' hn tells. Never Judge a man'a freatrWM by the opinion bis neighbor haa of him. Perhaps Mr. Kooaevelt would con- aent to accept the nomination of the Prohibitionists. There world be no question of a third term involved in that . Iowa la one atate In which the Republicans can fight each other bit terly all the year and then torn In and wallop the Democrat! in No vember. "Hera we are right next door to the oyater again!" saya the Baltimore Sun. Oh, well, whM ot lit The oyater doesn't keep a phonograph or a pianola. Dark days always last longer and look blackest to people who frown at them. Some men think they are weary In welldoing because their Jawa ache. Democratic conventions which want to bo in lino with Col. Hrynn should not omit to take a strong stand In favor of tho restoration of tho Campanile. Now that a New York man has cured himself of dlspepRla by eating Brass, It. has become easy to diagnose the disease, that was troubling Ne buchadnezzar. It simply is a wasto of timo to arne re 1 1 kI on or politics. The other fellow believes you are In tho wrong Just as strongly ns you know he Isn't in the right, ao what's the use. The high order of Intelligent manifesed by Jim Key and Ihe Ger man "equine sage," Kluco Hans, shows that even fewer people have good horse neiise than wo had sup posed. Ths rtrlde My husband loves me better than he lovea his life. Her friend Did he tell yon so? The Dride N-no, but bo eats the things I cook. Chlragq News. "I understand you lire, against tho peek-a boo waista." "I'm no, not exactly,. I've been pretty to two or three, though." Omaha News. "I see by the Topeka .lonrnal that A. I'igg, a prominent hotel man of (hat city, has been divorced the sec ond lime." Does the paper state who haa been given custody of tho little PlggsV" Fort Worth Record. Hlchanlllardlng Davis, sayH that If Stanford While had died a natural death al home there would havi been no scandal. It certainly was very inconsiderate of Mr. Whlto to die iu such an ill-advised way. . Mr. Rockefeller saya that Mn Pur itans are his Ideals, and Mr. John D Long saya the Purlte.na. didn't hesl tato to goiiae their neighbors. In a business deal. Hut perhaps these two atatementa should bo quoted In the same sentence. Iloston papers are iirgig tho spec tacled young women ot that city to go out to Kansas nnd fill tho clam orous demand for school teachera. Tho prospect for higher education In Kansas may be aald to be looking up. Tho Mlssourlana were shown this week when they pulled around wilh thorn about seven pounds of black mud on each foot. Amarillo haa purposely held off paving the streets so that new comers will have n chance to find out how well our soil mixes with water. Life Is a short spaco betwen the cradle and a 3xS hole in sonic grave yard. Along Hi.) way man encoun ters many obstacles, says an exchange such as love, matrimony, high taxes, slow trains, measles, mumps, mother-in-law, booze, hoardlg house bash, snake root bitters, tough steak, di vorces and ladles hats. Man. poor man; when old age overtakea him. all the comfort that comes to him Is a gang of grandchildren to tramp on his corns, blow little tin horns In his ears, ask him for small change and to read newspaper aconnts of his children's marriages, funerals, hang ings and, of some terriblo epidemic that has struck town. Oh the Joy of living in such aa age. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. I. E. MAGtyENAT Physician and Surgeon Office at Ooldfag ft Richardson's drug store. Km. Phone 136 Office Puova Thomae F. Turner W, Doyoe Turner & Boyce ATTORNET8-AT-LAW Offlo Over Amartlle NaMenal flank. Amarillo Tenaa John H. Wills, '' V REAL E8XATE and ABSTRACTS, Potter County Org aulred, Amarillo Laid Out and John II. Wills' Land Office Es tablished in W, E. GEE, , . Lawyer, Amarillo, Texas. Room 2, First National Bank Building Notary Publio in OfQoe. C. I. toilmi J. I. ! . i. I. JnltMf Gustavus, Bowman & Jackson LAWYERS AMARIU.0 TIXAS Office Ilolland Blufc. Tbone Connectioa Notary Public in Office. VEALE & CRUDGINGTON Lawyers Amarillo, Texas U C. Btrrttt Stth W, Stewart J. A. Tampleton Barrett, Stewart & Templeton ATTORNRYS-AT-LAW AMARILLO Damage Suits a Specialty, Kollantf lulldm ' Ptoit 10 n T VlnH. M. D.. Raa. Phona. SSB. S. P. Vinyard, M. D.. Res. Phone, 208, Vinyard & Vinyard, PHYSIOIANS AND SURGEONS. Office in Holland Building. Upstarrsv Rooms 1 and 2. Phone 273. Amarillo, Tins. J, Al. CURRIER, Contractor and Uullder. Estimates promptly furnished on all elapses of work. All work absolutely guaranteed. Amarillo, Texas. DR. J.J. IIANNA, Disrates of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Classes Fitted. , , Rooms 7 and 8. F.berstadt Building All for Great Southwest. Last week's homeseeiters' excur iRon was probably th largest that has jet come into this part of the southwest. Wedner.dar. fh Santa, Fe ran their train in three crowded sections. Thursday, they were obliged to use nvo soctlons, all crowded. Friday, to carry the over-, flow the regular train went out with nil the extra coaches this en glim could pull. While many of theso honieseekera ko to tho Tecos Valley, the niajorl ty of them aro looking at the Pan bundle. Whether they settle here or" in the Valley, their coming hoips tho Panhandle,, as it helps tho' whole southwest. Tho hotels have ben swarapedl by, demands for accomodations, and have been unable to care for rnany visitors save by wholesale methods. The hoinesekers aro a good natured lot, however, and appreciate tho dif Acuities their great numbers have thrust upon the hotel peoplo. . . . Even Veal estate men who havg helped work up tho excursions are at a loss to care for their vlHitors-aad keep them out of the other feljow'a hands. They press into service vcry possible vchlvlo, from .automobile to farm wagons. ;But one way, or another tho visitors aro getting quainted with tho great -southwest. Ditcher at Work. The 'Amarillo Gas Co. started the steam ditcher to work last week on Lincoln Street. This machine is a traction englno and ditcher com bined and will do tho work of i large number of men with the pick and shovel methods. It Is similar to the big machine that' dug th sewer ditrhes but is smaller and will . work' faster, since the gas lines are set at much less depth than th k sew'ets. . Dr. . J. Hanna, specialist on dis eases of the eye, ear, nose and throat, is In his office in the Eberstadt build tog every day. 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