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"-eni' r h , w-v -r THE TWICE-A-WOEK HERALD, SEPT. 4, 1906 rY"?-m,m" " t IP TWICE.WtEK HERALD fuWrtUIohTulT n Friday rf MJ.10I.Hrt EtilterM a tha Postoflceet AmarillftJ TlnMl Bsoend class mail matter. ffletel erase t Ik CHf el AsuHlle a rttter County, DVKRTIBINtl RATBft WfTt " .a sent, taah aaok sjeiltDiit BAJMt earila per HnM4AlntrUVh. i (4 ,. ,.t WOrd eeAi ubeeo.uar tnierljeii tUlONimON 11.00 pbr Tim Tin Mawa. wffl mh alrt r when yur ! expire, unuti we tie authen,! oesonue it ' ' 1 Sheets tnr l.irlber K LP rttultrlr, pltet eerS er tllephen. fl t Teoelre Tee tdflH Ul at tntt by Any arroneeut ufleollen un the eheraclet 'idlM fpuelea el enr prtsn, Arm er eer rortnon whlen m prr in Ihtculumni of Tmi Hilo will fee eeireet.4 upn Itl b.lne; rrouf W le the ett.nnon ef the etiMiiheri. Tl'KSnAY, PKPT. 4. DEMOCHATIO TICKET, .c. ;TI ; iP" For Governor, T. ef. Campbell of Palestine, , !l I'or Lieutenant (Snvcrnor, I? At I. Davidson of Ciicro, ( For Attorney (Jcncral, H. V. Davidson of Galveston. For Controller, J. W, Stephens of Austin, t ' For Land Commissioner, Jt J. Terrell of Austin, f j For Flato Treasurer, Fiuu Sparks of Ilrll County. ..J-'orJiUpt. of Public- Instruction, jj kTiL Cousins of HontTll1e. J.i For Railroad Commissioner, U J. Storey of I-nckhart. Tot Chief Justice Supreme Court, R. R. Gaines of Austin. $"f)r Judge Court Criminal Appeals, l. J. yt Henderson of Calrert, Fr RUt Chairman. O. A. CHen of Dallas For V. R. Penat, t (Toaeph W. Bailey of nalnenrlllr. For CnnirreM, t Jbho Wi Stevena of Vernon. For Ptatw Senator, John W, Veale of Atnirlllo. For RapreientaUv. 'y B. Bowman of AmartUo, . V Tor Dlitrlet Judge, ' (r yt Prownlpg of Amarlllo - ' I For Dlatrlct Attorney, f Henry Blahop of Atuarillo K For County Judge, Fam R. Merrill. !' "or FherltT. 'AiS.f 7. K. HnRhea. 1- J For County Treaaurer, N. W. Tudor. f Tor County Attorney, L Hugh Umphrie, V For Tax Aaaeasor, J. T. Floyd, i For Commissioner, John Kerr. For Animal and ITIdn Ingpector, If. G. SadlT, ten 9 I fa!8lfltfBitfW 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, tf not tell us. The up-to-date druggist. J GOLDIfW DRUG COMPANY. SPARKS FROM MANY ANVILS A little. wtdW with dtin(ilfa a daairaroua thing. Wa!th and religion have practi cally nothing in common. ftKVKRAL ARRESTS MAIK. 1XDKPKXDKNT TICKET. - . ,A For County Judge, . , tT. W, ,unn. t(( W For Sheriff, I G. R. Rcld. ar mtlnly.lng tho projects of thn Ptan dard and holding them in rliack by atrlet adherence to tho lnwa. It la pointed out in this uppoal lh.it anenta and repreaentatlveH of foirlsn oil eompaiileM rn iitlll.lnii thcNi Ktrlc- turejt upon tho opointinj; methuda of the Standtird Oil eompnny, as print ed In the press of the t'nitod States to dlacrodlt the produet of the Stand ard in Europrun mnrketM nnd to dl vert trade fmni It. Tho appe.il then makes this frank admission: "And at this time, when the pe troleum of this roiinlry needs nil in pressed outlet on ni-rount of the arey arenmulatiiiK storks ahovo rrniind, due 10 the inimense new oil fields of Oklahoma, Kansas and 1111 nols. The largely Ineressing slocks of petroleum In this country empha sis tho necessity of extending rather thsn curtailing the output of Ameri can petroleum to Kuropean markets. This output now represents almtit 0 per cent nf all the refilled "II ma mi factured In the I'nlted Slates." In orher words. In foreign cnun tries, where freight charges are high er and the cost of distribution heavier, where they are selling a higher grade of oil at two thirds the price charged for oil In the Ameriacn market, the trust finds its business crippled by criticism. There is no plea to be lenient to It on arount of the American market. The trust Is too well organized here, You must take its oil or go without. You must pay ita price. The trust. Isn't bother ed about the home market. That, is too easy a proposition. The pathetic wall comes about, the loss of busi ness In a market, where it has to meet honest competition and flftht Its own battles. Through Ita methods of controlling output, Belling agencies and marketing only a restricted sup ply. It. Is able to maintain prices and collect from tha American public yearly millions In tolls that, open competition would make impossible. The appeal of the Standard Oil company la nudarloualy impertinent. that wett into yrstarlcH ovor the nomination of Parker, are CHtlnn crow by the doien. Our sympathy goes out In largo sized chunks, hut a cannot control their appetites. Amarlllo Pally Pauhnndlo. The parker crowd had to ent so much crow they look upon It now ns a delectablo dish nnd are loudest In their acclaims for Ilryan. Hut Hry an Is much "broader" now than formerly, according to tholr view. Fort Worth Telegram. i ne ,w ini-ii rentiiil road ve fused to haul u Bryan train from Buffalo to Now York until the "odious" Bryan banners were re moved from the exterior of the cars. Neither pleading nor threats could persuade Ihe corporation to change Its ruling sealnst n bannered Bryan train. The passengers on tho spe rial were the members of the St. I.oiiIr .leffoiunn Club. They have learned that, th railroads and cor porations have no more love for Bry an now than they had In '!i nnd 'no. According to the statticlan' the ppmocrats are certain to win in thir ty congressional dMrlrts that, arc now represented by Hepiiblirans and havo more than an even chance of capturing tho twenty other districts neesMr;- tuY a tnajoritp if tnose Ini dependent and Republican voters, who want the trust fostering tariff revised, vote as they talk, the stauil patters will hardly have n leg left to stand on. Compiling family trees la an In dustry subject to more or lea graft Mistake don't hurt. art funny when thev Tha time to trust a man Is when he la sick abed. The way for a widow to get over being one Is to bo rich. South Knd maiden wants to know how to keep a mustache from com ing on her upper lip. Kat oulons, A blow from the le of an ostrich will break n man'a lep. An ostrich feather will break a man'a pocket book, A New York dramatist Is ronv posing a new klsa for Kiinnii Abbott It will bo two enmclia and oiio nloli her. ,J... Could She? How dare you Kl.ss me like She; that? He: Vell hhow me a better wav Mrs. Simpkins - How do you jour new hoarding hou.se? Mis. .lobkins Oh! ihe rooms are fair Hie lublo Is only tolerable, but the gobMp In r-xri'lleut. - V; When Women Jump. Two things there are that women Will jump at in a trice. These things are rnsh conclusions And timid little mire. liora Never tell Flora any se crets. Cora - Can't she keep them? llora Keep them? Why that girl tells people her age. Wlgg --'Hennpeckppp says his wife refused him the first, time he aked her." Wagg "And yet some peo plo Insist that aecond thoughts are best." THE STAN DART) OIL TRUST'S PATIIKTIC APPEAL. The Standard Oil company, the eminent philantrophlc business or ganisation against which something over six thousand Indictments for In fractions' of the anti-rebate law have Just been returned, hns, like Its much abused nnd misunderstood fellow corportation, the beef trust, Issued an appeal to the newspapers and pub lic to refrain from criticising its methods because such criticism Is hurting Us business abroad. . In Its advertising appeals to an unjust nnd Irritable public and press it doesn't say anything about the fact that It la selllug better oil in the European market!, after paying freight and other expenses of handling, for eight cents a, gallon than it supplies to the American public for twelve cents a gallon. '' A little detail of that kind Is hardly worth noting. The fact Is that In Germany, France, Austria and Europe generally the trust meth- oda will not be tolerated and, In open competition, tho trust Is compelled to sell tha host grade of oil and at a fair price. Even at that the profit is ' good. - The address Issude to the public and the press is drafted In a "more In Borrow than in anger" tone. It exudes pathos. These Standard Oil operators, who loe to pose as cap tains of industry, who are carrying the flag of American commerce, over seas and around the world to the great glory and honor of the country, have, discovered that foreign govern ments are tasking cognizance of their metods and are safeguarding the In- REOROAXIZED REPUBLICANS. - The reorganized Republicans who recently held their state convention in El Paso, have no political stand ing, according to a recent opinion rendered by Assistant Attorney Gen eral Claude Pollard. According to the decision the reorganizes aro de prived of the right to place the names of their nomlnesg on tha official bal lot at the coming election. The de rision sets forth at length the rea sons why it was rendered. Cecil A. Lyon, chairman of the "regular" wing of the party, is recognized as "It" and TiIb followers are the peo ple. Goose Neck Bill will rule the roost under Lyon's direction, and there Is much fun ahead for Demo crats will watch tha game Just started from reserved seats and can do the coaching without the least danger of Interference. Yesterday's Dulias News, editorial ly, made a strong and timely appeal for funeral reform. Too many peo ple wait until their relatives, friends and nelgiibo-s i re dend before il.nr bring flowers for them. A kind word for tha living Is worth more tlian a million bouquets on the bier of the departed. A good word spoken of or an encouraging remark for those who struggle along life's rough and thorny path Is worth more than oceans of tears shed over their life less remains. Pomp and demonstra tion at funeralb Is out of place. Not Infrequently mourning Is but sham an Insult to the dead. Expend your charity, your love and friendship on the living; the dead ned thm not. Wheat, ih ten cents a bushel lower in price than last year, although It is still protected by the tariff rate of L'3 cents n bushel. The priin of all the farmers are buying Ih, however. at the top notch and in fact th-j price of all trust products protected by the tariff Is higher than this year than last. Puzzle, why do some farmers support the Republican tariff-trust policy that plunders them? Fall business will open up in full blast in Amarlllo next week. Trn'.n loads of merchandise nnd stocks of all varieties have been shipped Inti tho city and more is on the way. The Daily Panhandle should be watched each day by judicious and careful buyers for the business news of our up-to-date and energetic business men. A' good many men who voted for Mr. Roosevelt, have not yet paid their $1 assessment, or the campaign fund would have over $6,000,000, which Is J list about what the trusts and In surance companies put up in 1904 for the Roosevelt campaign. A Dr. Campbell of Chicago nays he lias invented an airship which Is to be propelled by wlroless electri city. Of cours the doctor always expects to have an ninple supply of hot air aboard in case his wireless should fall to connect. There is not much said about eat ing crow until after nominations are made. But there is more crow being eaten at tha present writing, bcause of the Bryan boom, than at any oth er time in tha history of this country. our esteemed contemporaries like the tereats of their vltlzens by carefully Dallas News and Fort Worth Record, The editor of the Memphis Herald objects to the name Probst of the Baptist camping ground near 'Amnr lllo, and says it reminds him too much of Pabst. "Evil associations" Brother Johnson, nnd you know the rest. Tribune-Chief. Bryan presidential stock Is going up by jumps. Even the wily Bailey from Texas has come to a realization of this fact and has gone all the way to Now York to look up hla chances for a few shares of preferred. Some unsightly weeds are allowed to grow along our streets and walks In various parts of the city. The sooner they are cut the better for Amarlllo's general appvaruncj. ' , The train wrecker is possibly the most execrated of criminals, and yet he cannot cause s much suffering aa does the bank wrecker. A Jocular American once wrote to KiidyHrd Kipling: "Hearing that, you are retailing literature at II a word esrloso $1 for a sample." Mr. Kipling sent, him tho single word "Thanks" and kept the dollar. Still Visible. "The St. .loseph Gaz!te tells of a twenty-five foot snake having been seen in Ohio." "Well, what about It?" "II. goes to prove that high license doesn't prohibit, that's all." Only a Dream. Husly: You may not. believe It madam, but It was only last week I won $5,000 and lost it again with in a minute. '. Gracious, how was that? The farmer's dog woke me up. Lfttcr Pound Showing That Orgtwil Mtlon Ekl.la n Forty t itle.. Tucson, Sapt. .--CoIIIh Humbert, a Kranehmau, and Leonard Vlllarest and Druno Trevono, Mexicans wer arrested yesterday by Immigration Inspector .Murphy at the Mowry and Pntagorlu mining ramps, rhtitged with attempting to orgaul.e a force to attack Nogalcs, Sonora and to secure tha customs house and arsenal of rurales. Letters were found on the prisoners to show that their plans wera directed by the .Mexican revolutionists In St. Louis and that th ravolutionlsta have organizations In forty cities and will beromo' ac tive us aoon aa they can scure arms. The alleged agitator were Jailed at Nogales, Melegates From All Continental Countrlno l"renent. Berlin. Sept. 4. --The Internal Ion si Wireless Telegraph conference was formally opened this morning A preliminary meeting whs held yes trday. Delegates from England, the I'nlted States, Australlu and nearly all continental countries aro present Tho American delegates are nrlga dier General James Allen, repre sentlng thu department of war, Rear Admiral IT. N. M.inney, representing the navy; J. I. Wnterbnry, repre sentlng the department of commerce and Ambassador Tower, representing Hie department of state. Bishops Hold Secret Confei-encr, Paris, Sept. 4. A secret confc ence of eighty bishops, presided over by Cardinal Richard. Is being held nere ronay to consider tne popes encyclical on the separation of the church and state In France. A course of procedure In opposition to the government wll probably he de elded on. Tcn Photographers' Convention. Austin, Sept. 4. The annual con vention of the Texas State Photog rnphers' association opened here to day and will last, three days. Many entertainment, features have been provided by local members. Eastern Stata Fairs. Baltimore, M4 Sept. 4. The twenty-sixth Maryland ' state fair opened today Ht Tlmonum. A dog show Is ono of tho features. :i'i -Vl VJ, Lemlstown,'. Me., Sept. 4. The Maine state fair opened today and will continue- the balance of the wepk. Racing will be held at night by electric light. Nobody ever lived long enough for (lis red hair to turn white. When a girl doesn't want you to kiss her, she will think worse of you If you don't. It takes more money to educate a boy than he ever seems to be able to jam afterward. do- "All men are created free, glared the flambouyant citizen. "That's right," assented the sour liti.en. "Marriage ain't forced on o nobody. When a feller gets UHced he does it on h; own re- Uionsibillty." Not tha Kind lie Wanted. ' A smart young fellow called out to i farmer w ho was sowing seed In his (rid, "Well, done, old fellow; you sw, I reap the fruits." "May be you will," said the farm e v "for I'm sowing hemp." Hard on Patrick, in Irishwoman on her death-bed cald her husband to her side. 'Patrick," she said, "I've a last rayiuest to make of ye." 'f couldn't raayfuse e anything, May, darllnt," responded the sor- rowPg husband. 'Patrick," said Mary solemnly, "I wait ye shud have mother ride In theiarrlage beside ye to my funerll." "Tls too much ye're ask in' of me, Maiv!" cried Tat, springing to hi feet In desperation. Ilary, however, was determined on this point, and Pattlnally yielded to her "last ray quit" "j lave her ride by me side," he proaisea weeping nttteriy, but mate ye, Mary, darllnt, 'twill sbpoll the day fur ine ' eulolrely, that it wlir ' ' ' N - ooooosoo3ccoaiwoaao AMARILLO ACADEMY. "Hotslng Succiift tiki Succiti" The first year this institution enrolled 43 pupils; the secand ioj; last viar. i.sq. The future has still better things in store than the past has given. Graduates of the GREAT PANHANDLE SCHOOL Are Equipped It you w.nt your boy or girls to h Ih. bit preparation for lilt, und thim whir thov can (at it. W. pr.pr. our itudenli lor buslrns. for a tmehar'a c.rtiflc.t.orto eninr th. state Unir illy, Unlr.rtliy of Chicago or Var.d.r bill. It pave 10 (at ready. AMARILLO ACADEMY, G.J. Noun, M.A.. Principal Write for Catalogue. AmartUo, Tans. roooccfceoc404)4oo94e Amarillo Business College The sTduoatlen that Equips far a Suoeeeeful Career should be the gaal ef every ameltleue yopng man and woman. Book Keeping, Shorthand, Type. writiug, Commercial Law, Pen manship and Rapid Calculation, New itudant constantly arriving and old one taking good positions. Let us help you to help your self, DO IT NOW, G.J. NUNN, President, Aensirlllttt Teaaa. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Thoma F. Turner , ' W. Boyee Turner & Boyce . ATTOI N B YS-AT-LA W Offlea Over Amartlle National Bank. Amarlllo Tesaa John H. Wills. RKAL ESTATE and ABSTRACTS, Potter County Organized, Amsrillo Laid Out and John H. Will' Land Office R. tshliihedln 18S7. Corn Feast In Colorado. Loveland Col., Sept. J. Nearly 5,000 people frnm all parts of Colo rado aro here today to participate In Loveland'a annual corn feast, whir li la being held under the am pin's of the. chamber of commerce. Nearly $2. .100 has been raised for tho entertalnmnt of the visitors nnd to provide' the great free corn din ner which la the crowning feature of the festival. The corn Is roasted in a big trench about S00 feet long. This Is first filled with railroad ties, which are set on fire. When they aro burned to live coals the corn Is thrown In nnd roasted until brown A racing meet will bo held tills aft. crnooii and n street carnival this evening. The corn festival has been an annual event for years. W, E. GEE. Lawyer, Amarlllo. Texas. Room 2. First National Bank Building. Notary Public in Office. C. I. ImtMM j, I. Bm.il I. J. a, JottaM Gustavus, Bowman & Jackion LAWYERS AUARtLI.0 TKXAi Office Holland Rldg. Thone Connection Notary Public in Office. VEALE & CRUDGINGTON vj.!; Lawyers Amarillo, y Texas Hold a Tobacco F.xpnsitlon. New York,, Sept. 4. The national tohatro Induatry exhibit tinder the auspices of the Tobacco Trades Kx position association opened last evening at Madison Square garden and will continue two weeks. Kv ery branch of tobacco manufacture Is rei"i'et:toi. Wge Question Settled. Helena, Mont., Sept. 4. An agree tnent as to wages was reached here yesterday between representatives of the I'nlted Mine Workers of Monta na and Wyoming and the operators to govern next year, being practically the same aa are In force this year. Municipal League Convention. Chester. Penn., Sept. 4. The Na tlonal Municipal league opened Its annual convention here today. Del egates representing nearly all of the smaller cities of the aest and middle west are in attendance. Tho meeting will last three days. Kansas Automobile Meet. Topeka. Kan., Kept. 3 The first annual meeting of the Kansai Au tomobile club Is being held here to day with a large attendance of mo tor car enthusiasts from nil over the state. Xewport Horse Show. Newport, R. I., Sept. 3. The an nual open air horse show commenced here today and will last all week. The exhibits surpass those of any previous year. Kigbt Villages Burned. fit, Petersburg, Sept. 4.- News was received kere today that the Arme alana recently burned eight Tartar villages and a large Tartar factory. L. C. Barrett Seth W. Stewart J. A. Templeton Barrett, Stewart & Templeton ATTORNIvYS-AT-LAW AM A R If. 1,0) Damage Suits a Specialty. RollanJ lulKing Pkgii Q. T. Vinyard, M. D., Res. Phone, 298. 8. P. Vinyard, M. D.. Res, Phone, 208, Vinyard & Vinyard, PHYSICIANS AND vSURGEONS. Office in Holland Building, Upstairs, Rooms 1 and 2. Phone 275, Amarillo, Tizas. J, M. CURRIER, Contractor and Builder. Kstimstrs promptly furnished on alt classes of work. All work absolutely guaranteed. Amarlllo, Tstxae. DR. J.J. MANNA, Diseases of r Eye, Ear, Note and Throat, Clanei Fitted. Rooms 7 snd 8. F.berstadt Btrildlns;, N. J. WADE, Attorney-at-LaW, Kornalda Bid. Ft. Werth, Tea. Tractice in State and Federal Courts, Business of non-residents given per sonal attention. S. W. Phone 1A0. n.Lr PRICK. ii nn W..HI.I. 'kw ...iim. m. II" "Fill, ttCO. AJ.LSH. II MMt i.U.1- '11. to MMn ni pM. ewk f -Oil in. til a.kua, iiui, If It's a Reputation you are after, White's Cream Vermi fuge has a world wide reputation as the best of all worm destroyers, and for Its tonic influence on weak, and unthrifty children. It improves their digestion and assimilation of their food, strengthens their nervous sys tem snd restores them to health and vigor natural to a child. If you want, a healthy, happy child get a bottle ef White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold by L. O. Thompson & Bro. 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