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cfv'rvir'i THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, AUO. 1 4, 1906 LOCAL NEWS. v i; fiun.tr. V .Mrs. MaUbwi of Louisville, Kjr., l rliltnc hor brother,' Mr. Kllgore, ' Al Pophim la looking f(r hlk il tn hls lummer panturet la Kan- Filendi f.Mr. and Mri. J. I. Ken dtlc'lc r contrntuUtlm them on tht b!ifH ot ion, "Ik, Jr.," bom Tot. diy, V Th cur "Texi,' 'of the Mouth Vrfttrn Land company, pasncd thromh Amirlilo th! mornlnj, cn ouU to Ronwell. ,'Mlm Rctta Pddofk, who hni been ;(VlMn Mr. ' W. D. Hoot and family, returned yesterday to her homo In Kansas City. f U W. Hoag and Cbas.. Derner, of t) Monardi Land Company and lfn Company, loft for Canyou City this morning. '.AVV A. Abrami, of ralmctto, S. C. and T. M. Vane: of Duldln, MIm., re two men from the far South who are lookjng for, locations In the Pan handle C5 W. Howbert. the mining expert, and family, and Van Dyne llawbert, all of Colorado" Spring", nro how, looking Into the possibilities of tho Tanhandle. Adrian Poole and K. C. Miller, plate unherslty atudents, who have keen visiting In Amarlllo, loft this morning for Plalnvlow for a look at the Bouth Tlalns country. Allen E. Turner and wlfo of Alli ance, Ga., arrived In Amtirlllo this morning to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry S. Bishop. Mrs. Turner Is a sister of Mrs. Bishop, who Is a daughter ef Major E. C. Gordon. G.ITUIUUY. ' Born August 8th to Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Richards, a son. . H. B. Mart In Is building a cot tage on North FSlmore Street. Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Giles, on Thursday, a daughter. W. B. Watklna of Canyon City fs la Amarlllo today. Ju4 ira wensier leri yesieraay turning for Canyon. ,. 1 Oeo. Works returned ysaterdsy from a ten dsy'a vacation trip. R. H. Sanfo'rd, the wellknown cattleman of Canyon is here today. J. W. lUid, the" Hereford land man, la transacting business In Ama rlllo today. ' VT. L. White and V. C. Adamson, real esUte nan ot York, Ncbr.,. aro in Amarlllo today. J. A. Wayland arrived this morn ing from Oirard, Kan., and will apend a few days In Amarlllo. W. S. Rankin, a prosperous farm tor of Holden, Wis., Is here looking aftr lis Panhandle Investments. P. T. Richardson, ot the Sayre Mill and Elevator Co.,' returned yes terday from a trip through Colo rado. C. C, Carney of Dallas, who has been here several days, left yesterday morning for a trip down the Pocoa Valley lines. 4 C M. Brlttan, formerly book laenar for' White and Kirk, return ed j'iHiornay irom, ioiorauo wncre lie has spent several weeks for his health. ' 12; L. Kennedy ot Houston, Tcxns, jpeclal representative for the 8mlth Premier Typewriter, Is In the city Helling his goods, as well an taking an Inventory of all writing machines 4t II a a Kna 'f Our. Mr. D. M. Cunningham, pres ident ot Cunningham k Cunning- nam, iuo icnuinK rem t'Binie mm, arrived yesterday from Nebraska with a lage party of honuaoekers. Mr. Cunningham reports businem .very. 4 ' J Three now clerks are working at the poatoflke: Adolphus Stonaker, C. F. Mayer, and Mlaa Daisy Troll ' Inner. Mr. Stonaker took the July rlvil service examinations and the other two will take the examina tions to be held on August 24th. i Dr, C. N. Harrell left yesterday for a ninety days visit to hla par ents In Georgia. He will also take a post graduate course In his chosen profession, (rishlug.) See his no tice elsewhero in regard to his prae lce. . Louts Provost, a carpenter and contractor, and W. E. McCormlck, a farmer, both of York, Nebr., pur chased land through the Tecos Val ley company near Zlta about seven miles south of town. They will ruove their families here at onco. The Endeavor Society of the Chris tian Church will not give the Ice cream supper and entertainment an nounced for tonljjht till later. A no tice of the supper ran through sever al Issues of the Panhandle, but owing to o(hr arrangements the supper hps been postponed. The funeral of Mrs. W. T. Smtlh, who died Thursdwy at her home on Jackson street, will bo held tomor row. Services will probably be held at the home. Relatives ot tho fam ily are expected today from Oklaho ma, and thd details of the funeral will be arrangod after their arrival. John Sterling of Burlington, la., formerly leading coal dottier In that city as well as a prominent man In political circles Is spending a few days in Amarlllo, and inci dentally looking at the real estate bargains, i Mr. Sterling expressed himself as being very favorably Im pressed with tho Panhandle and ru dlcted for ,t hie city a population In the very near future of twenty to thirty, thousand, and to be tho metropolis of the great Soilhwvst some day. A mass meeting of voters inter ested In tho proposed labor, or cltl lena', county ticket, will bo held In tho office of Pike Stroud's livery ata ble tonight. It is now thought that tho original plan of putting out an Independent rounty ticket will have to be abandoned. It has been found that the provisions of the onerous Terrell election law cannot be untls flod. Tho organizer of tho move ment may arrnnR.) for a aerlea of meetings, and carry on n rn nijuilun by propaganda, but, owing to tho Terrell law, no ticket can bo launch ed this year. MONDAY. Mr. Lee, of Lee & Smith, Is In Washburn today. Chris nnrrlnon of Hereford was In Amarlllo yesterday. Harry T. Illbb of Ulbb and Whltosldes Is In Chicago. Hon. Geo. K. Barms of Hereford was in Amarlllo Saturday. Misa Toarl llnlch returned Satur day from a visit to rortalcs. A. J. Laird, the Iowa land man was In Amarlllo last week. MIsh Tollen Plorson entertained tho T. C. G. Club Friday nfternoon. Mr. J. D. Thompson and family arc now occupying the resldenco st 910 Polk. Prof. Lon Clark, of Add-Kan-.Tarvla ColleRfi, was In town this morning. Mrs. W. G. Walters and little daughter, aro visiting Mrs. J. M. Kindred.' Miss Willie Taylor, of Memphis, was vUlting Misses CI J el t and Moore yesterday. Percy Lucas and Will Pauty. of Fort Worth, visited Amarlllo friends yesterday. " John W. Flourmay, of tho Secu rity Land Co., will leave tomorrow for Texhoma. Professor Gamble left today on tho Rock Island train for a few days visit at McLean. Mrs. John W. Britt and Mlsa Kno Trolllnger returned Saturday from a visit In Hereford. Frank Tucker, who played In tho band during the cnrnlval returned Saturday to Hereford. Frank Woeflln relnrnod Saturday from Dallas, where he attended tho county clerka' convention. Prof. L. A. Welln and family re turned yesterday from a week'B va cation trip to Manltou, Colo. W. II. MInter left for Thurber last week In response to a telegram say ing his brother was dangorously 111. A. S. Tugwell, tho Franklin In surance man, returnod last week from a trip to points on the Den ver. Chns. R. McAfee, the Pacific Mu tual Life Insurance man, ot Canyon, was in Amarlllo on business Satur day. L. D. Roeder, of the real entate firm of Knorpp & Roeder, Groom, Tex., was a visitor In Amarlllo to day. Mrs. S. P. KIrklln, who has been visiting "Mrs. Chas. Tolllnger, hna re turned to her home In Little Hock, Ark. Mrs. Robertson, with her daughter, of Kansas City, will arrive tonight for a visit with her son, Harry Rob ertson.. 0. W. White and J. T. Rodders, of Kalrlleld, Iowa, Hccompanled by their wives, were Amarlllo visitors over Sunday. J. P. Doyle, of Waco, a passenger on the wrecked Denver train, ar rived Saturday to take a position with Mr. McLaughlin. W. J. Walters the postmaster nt Hereford, wns In Amarlllo Saturday eu route for the state republican con vention at El Paso. S. S. Tut bow, James Jordan, and E. W. Howard, of Brown's Drove, Graves Co., K., are visiting Hev. Jewell U. Howard. Miss Grace Broadwell, who has been visiting her brother. Fred Broad well and family, Is now visit ing friends near Dnlhart Rock Island Summer Rates We are selling tourist tickets daily to all the im portant resorts in America, including: CHICAGO, ' Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Taul, DENVKR, COLO RADO SPRINGS, Salt Lake, Los Angles, San Francisco. Portland, Oregon, Detroit, liny View, Toronto, Buffalo, Montreal, Boston, Harper's Terry, Pittsburg, Lookout Mountains, nnd to many other points. Wherever you go, Rock Island can take you there. Special Bargains Round Trip Peoria. 111., Aug. IS and 19, one and one-third f:ire. Roanoke, Va., Aug, n, 12, i.i, one fare plus $2.00. Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 11,12,13, one fare plus $2. on. San Francisco, Sept. 3 to 14, one fare. ) Diverse Los Angeles, Sept. 3 to 14, one fare, j Routes. Ilomeseekcrs' Rates ! to Fstancia, N. M., Aniarillo and Beaver County points every Tuesday and Saturday. THROUGH SLEEPERS TO CHICAGO AND DENVER DAILY. For full information, write Jll kWJHiV LJWLJ m IHIK V A FRWIN ill begin her Music Class JllIlJ. He tu MMTin at her residence, i. v Polk Monday, Sept. 3, 1986 MIhm Fraiu-lu Dick and h.T Msler loft .Satiinl.iy for a visit. In Dallas. They will return by way ot Oklaho ma City for vIsitH with filenilH there. Ray nnd Oilland, will occupy tho hack of the" buildliiK at 6th and Polk hereafter. Tho candy factory will uko tho front of tho building. Teler Wood h.m pulled off four nnd one-half inches of rnln this month and promises to do as Rood an all-J round job thin year as he did last. Miss Benlah and Salllo WrlRht. of Hereford were In Amarlllo last week attending their brother, Alec, who has ben 111 at tho Sanitarium for a number ot weks. . , , (leo. Honing; nnd Mr Wallace, of Creston, Iowa, were anion tho ex cuislonlHls who made tho Dally I'an handlo a vlhit during tho past few days. John Snider came fo tho Pan handle office today with a Winches ter, but ho only stopped In to plvo a news story, and had business with the Winchester elsewhero. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hay Wheatley have moved to 14th and Lincoln St. Mrs. Wheatley'a parents? Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrews, ot Sherman, will spend sev eral months with them. Joq Hens, an Oklahoma City mnn, was In Amarlllo last week with n bunch of enterprising landseekcrs whom ho was showing how to take hold of Ponhnndlo opportunities. A. C. Klllot, president of Panhan dle Christian Collegeof Hereford was In Amnrlllo Saturday. He reports proapnets good for a large enrollment at the big Hereford Rcheel this year. Mrs. W. 0. Fly, and children ennte in on tho Denver train today from Dallas. Mr. W. O. Fly is manager of tho Union Drug Company nnd the family will make their homo In Am arlllo. Mrs. Bush, with her son, W. O. Bush, of Leslie, Collin county, were In Amarlllo yesterday. Mr. Bush Is a student In Panhandle Christian Col lege at Hereford and la on his way to enter for next year's work. Suptrlntendent Storm, of the gas company, Informs us that the work of construction Is progressing very satisfactorily, In spite of the fact that It Is a difficult matter to secure competent and satisfactory laborers in Amarlllo. Tom Wallace has closed a contract with Col. Boyco for tho building ot 480 feet of five-foot cement walk, also with Mr. Kakle for 130 feet ot ten foot walk and curb, and with J. A. Wayland and tho Campbell building for ten-foot walk and curb around tho new hutldlnRH. Let the good work god on. W. D. Kolrsey and wlfo, of Durant, Ind. Ter., aro here for several days as the guests of K. G. Uuleko and family, on Fllniore street. Mr. Kelr sey Is a prominent man In his sec tion of the country, but ho likes tho Pfcnhnndle fur better than his own home. He expects to Bpoud the sum mer months here In the future. J. Ray, editor of tho Hereford Brand, was In Amr.rlllo Saturday en route hornt from the meeting; of the PHIL A. AUER, G.P.A.,C.R.I.&G., Fort Worth, Texas s northwest. Texas Prris Association. The nxtioi'latinn wns o well lc.iw' with tho Hereford man for pre .Idi ii' that they have, rlrctrd him for an other term. ' ' Hev..I. W. Whatley. or Canadian, was a guest of Itnv. iVeiuiett Hatcher last Saturday. In tho Canadian dis trict there Is not a bettor or more favorably known gentleman than Rey.jJYhatley. The Ftevprencil;jgen lleaia. Imaifta' looking aflet? the spiritual wants" of a large congre gation, also takes somo interest In politics. Me has been the county democratic chairman for over ten years and bejlcves ' 'I hat good men can make good politicians. Sheriff llenson, of rnnlianrtle, and Sheriff HugheKSetvned Sunday eve ning from Dallas, vfaorc they attend ed tho sheriff's convention. Wlillo both gentlemen workod hard to se cure next year's convention for Am arlllo, they lost out by nlno votes. San Antonio pets th noNt convention. Sheriff HeiiRoji;,Bnj-sf the chief of the "rangers" objected to Amarlllo be cause it lacked accommodations, and when he nsketfi tlte gentleman when he had been ln,(Atnrillo he received the answer, "W years ago." "Sit down, you don't know what, you are talking uboutf Was illenson's com mand, nnd answer. And from all parts of tho ftaH"they shouted "st down, you know -not what you are talking nbout.y , ,. He sat down. . WRECK AT QUANAH Denver Passenger Train lio. 1 Jumps the Track -N9 One Injured. Passenger train No. t, duo In Ama rlllo last night about '10 o'clock, was wrecked about two miles north of Quanah. The wreck occurred about 7 o'clock, the train being four hours late at that point. But for the fact that they were only two miles out and had not gotten under headway, the wreck would have been probably the most serious that has ever oc curred on the Denver. Tho cans.) of the wreck is attributed to tho tender Jumping the tracks, breaking tho ties, causing tho rails to spread. The en gine, tender, baggage, mall and three passenger coaches left the track, tearing It up for aconsiderablo dis tance. Thrt diner and two sleepers remained on tho trad;. The train was crowded nnd the sudden revers ing of the engine gave a bad nhak lng up atid scare, but aside from that and a few bruises, none ot the passengers were Injured. At 12 o'clock tho three rear coaches were carried back to Quanah to give track for the wreckers, and at eight this morning the track was In shape to cross. Train No. 1 pulled In Amn rlllo this afternoon more than seven teen hours late. A good many people are taking va cations these days whoreolly don't look strong enough to sUnd the strain. HARKCT REPORTS. Khiisiih City Live Stock. KanHaa City, Aug. 13. CATTLE Receipts, l.',000; steady to ahndo higher. Native steers, $3.75f( 0.1.1; southern steers, I2.75C.H.23; south ern cows, $2.00 ? 3.23; native cows, nnd heifers, $2.00fi ,1.2.1; sto;ker and feeders, $2. 10 fi !.:,() ; bulls, $2.00ffi 3.30; calves, $2.30 'n 0. OH ; western steers, $ :j . .1 f O.ori; west ern cows, $2.00 'ii 4.23. FIIF.FP Receipts, 4.000; strong. Muttons, $ 4.2311 3.30; lauil, $.00 'ii 7.73; range wethers, $I.I0m 3.0O; fed ewes, $ 1.001 3.23. Chicnso Live Slock. ChlcaKO. Aug. i;S.l'ATTI.K - Re ceipts 22,0011; Mrong to 10r higher. Reeves, $:I.S3 'iMi.,10; cows and hellers, $1.13111.1.20; stockcrs and feeders, $ 2.23 'n . 1 3 ; Texans, $3.03 'i 1.00; calves, $.1.00 M 7.00. SI1KKP--Receipts, 22,000; strong. Sheep, $;i.23'f .1.23; lambs, $..Vt'i 7.73. Cbicao (,riiiil Market. , Chicago, Aug. 13. WIIKAT -September, 72U''i '''; Dec. 'lier, 7.1''i Ue. CORN' September, I0i; Decem ber, 4.1 'ic. OATS September, 31 '.id Decem ber. n2,!C. PORK September. $17.10; .January, $13. S3. LARD September, $S.73; Octo ber, $s.so. St. Louis Wool market. SI. Louis. Aug. 13.--Steady;. Territory and western mediums, 22 !t2Se; rino medium, 10'i2(ic; line 1 I Cn 1 7c. St, Louis Spelter. St. Louis, Aug. 13. - Spelter dull, $1.!l0ft( .",.!! ij. rw York Lead ioul Topper. New York, Am;. 13. Lead and copper steady, I s ' , i ' . NARROW KSCAPK. Incipient ltt.ie in Famous Store Cre ates Sueil.iv I'Acilenicnl. About nine o'clock Sunday morn ing the flie alarm was sounded. p a few minutes the, department, with its cltitiilcal engine and other apparatus wits on dock and in the tear of the Famous store, ready for action. A smouldering incipient Ida.e was discovered In a stack of ladies' cloaks piled upon a table In the rear end of the store on the second floor. All precaution was taken to pre vent draught iind spread of the blaze, and In a short time the lire was extinguished. A loss of several hun dred dollars Is tho result, but It, might easily have been a loss of a line business building and it $33,000 stock eif merchandise. Shortly before nine o'clock. Sam Isaacs, brother of the proprietors, went to 'he store as Is his custom on Sunday morning, lie found the en tire room enveloped in smoke, sent In an Immediate alarm of lire, kept the doors closed and proceeded cau tiously to locate tho scat 'ind sou ito of the firt. He found It its a!'ore;Vi!e And lie with the assistance of the firemen soon extinguished it. and saved a valuable property from de struction. Mr. Isaacs is to bo con gratulated 011 bis cool hoiidodn?ss and timely action. The loss Is fully insured and will undoubtedly be adjusted today. That's What They All Say Candies W.vKvri.eM . V s. Exclusive Agency Roach Drug Co. Shipments fresh all the time. If You Want A Home or Ranch in Sher man, Hansford, Ochiltree or Hutchinson counties write Champ Traylor Plomous . Texas Who has some great bargains in Railroad. School and Pat ented Land. 0 rwfWANTl M0MEI WE ROOM Our Fall Goods arc I we must have room to put them up, so as long as they Fm Cash (My All our Men's and Ladies' Oxfords at the following prices: Men's $5.00 Pat. Colt Button Oxfords $3.65 Men's $4.oo Pat. Colt Bluclier Oxfords 2.95 Men's $3.50 Pat. Colt riluchcr Oxfords 2.8o Men's $2.50 Pat. Colt Blucher Oxfords I.65 Ladies' $3.50 Corona Colt Oxfords $2.7o Ladies' $3.25 Gun Hctal Pumps 2.4o Ladies' $3.oo Kid Turn Oxfords 2.1o Ladies' $2.50 Chocolate Kid Oxfords I.60 mr ranis ousi uo $5. co Pants for $4.00 Pants for $4.5o Pants for $3.5o Pants for $3.oo Pants for $2.50 Pants for $2.oo Pants for $1.75 Pants for $.5o Pants for A few Good Summer Suits must be sold, $15.00 Suits - $7.70 $14.00 Suits 7.2o $M.oo Suits 5.9o $ 9.00 Suits 4.8o Come Now ring Your Money. jE. 510 Polk St, -l'..W.J'.li Stock Salt NKW ALFALPA AND MILLET HAY Canon City Coal. Colorado's Famous Fuel product. The best coal on the market. KUTCH FYE, Phone 333. 605 Polk St. Liuuu BUI W I H,iM,M.lttM,MI All ltMMN,l..mlM.nKt4,Ml MLf PSICt. Pl.- Otm., Wlu !.... M Uil f..r.'w NuiU.1 rlU fM tMtl.w .4 h.fe..,iJ arriving daily and last we will sell 'K4 i r1. $3-QO 2.75 2.35 1.85 1.65 - 1.35 1.1 5 90 80 Amarillo, Texas. & CO., will crown your efforts to secure Good Laundry Work if you send your bundle here. Our handicraft symbolizes all that is worth knowing in the science of modern Laun dering., ' PROMPT SERVICE. Amarillo Steam Laundry. Phone 22.