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THB TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, SEPT. 4, 1906 4 I ' LOCAL NEWS. Fit ID AY. 11 Popnam left the first of tha eclt for Kansaa City. Mlra Ethel Harrison of 8hawne, t). T. la bow with th Famous. , Mii Allea Irlea, of Hamilton, 1 ri al, la Tlattlna; tier cousin, M las Kino tfrowu. Mra. Phil Panltn and chllrdan ar rived Wtdnesday from California and ara stopping at the Klrnhlrst. W. R. Harvey, a stockman of Hutchinson count wn In Amarlllo yasterday. MUi Victoria Gren bin returned from a visit with her sister at Hutca lon, Kan. T. M. Lanham, a prosperous ranch and buslncm nmn of (Juymon, 0. T., was In Amnrlllo Wednesday. H. B. Malone, who has bern here with business friends, has returned to rtogwcll. Mrs. M. K. Harrison and daugh ter of Shawnee, O. T., are visiting Mr. John Kdjro and family. Miss Grace Uroadwell, who Is upending the summer here with her brother. Fred llroadwell and fumlly, returned Monday from a visit with friends at Dulhart. Mr. and Mrs. StorUdenther ara here from Arkansu City, Knn. visiting Amarlllo friends. Mr. Starkweather was formerly superintendent of the Teeos Vulley line here. ) . , , , Mrs. It. C. Van Husklrk. with lier daughter, Mhs Olive, Is here vlsltint her brother, Alex Shields and wife Mrs. Van buaklrk Is from Denver where her hunbatid Is siiperlnt'iml unt of tho Colorado Springs-Cripple Creek auto line. BATfllDAY. Dorn to Mr. and Mrs. Drew Cros aett, a son. Born to Mr. and Mrs. 0. I. Sollars, a ten pound sond and heir. J. M. Currier U Just completing a $2,000 residence on Harrison street for K. K. Kerr. . Horace Gooch of tho Amarlllo Tele phone company waa here Thursday looking after the local telephone at this place. Memphla Herald. About twenty couples attended a very enjoyable dance at the rink last night. Gus Hollander furnished the music. J J. L. Allison, of Artesla, N. M.. S here and will hnve charge of tho ideal office of theP. V. mmlgratlon company. T. J. nobyor of Dallas, a well known ' amnteur baseball man wna la town this week. He umpired the Tuesday gnme at Canyon City. Kenneth Anderson, tho little son of Mack Anderson, of the P. H. & P. V. Land Co., Is very ill of ty phoid fever at the sanitarium. Howard Trigg, with his assistants, finished establishing the Hues anil grade for tho courthouse; walks yes terdny and tho contractors have al ready commenced work. Miss NurclBHft Clair Chapman of Ripley, Tenn. stopped over In Amar lllo yc-Rterday on her way to Here ford whore sho has charge of the music, department in Panhandle Chrlstlun College. William Stono and daughter of Chnnnlnp; are. stopping over In Am arlllo today.. Mr. Stouo purchased the H. 11. Wallace ranch near Chan nlng. IIu Is now on his way to his old home In FayettcVlllo, Ark. for a abort visit.' Mr. Gluoek of Childress hns begun the erection of a handsome residence on the corner of Seventh and Plrce The house will be two-story and will be modern throughout. Sterling A Warren liavo the general contract. A. A. Karhart Is doing tha brick work. Prof. 8. H. Fish, a graduate of the Stato University of Missouri, who hns accepted the chair of science in tho Amarlllo Academy, has arrived and will ash u me, hlB dutls at the opening Monday morning. He has had a number of years experience ah principal of a high Bchool In his na tive state and comes prepared to ren der efficient service In the capacity as teacher. TUESDAY. Little Miss Burkells Wells is re ported quite sick. J. C. Wells, who has been 111 with typhoid fever, Is fast recovering. W. A. Ward was In Canyon Sat urday In the Interest of the exhibit car. Wood Ellison, n recent arrival from Virginia has accepted a posi tion 'with the Southern Brokerage company. Frank Lancaster left yesterday to make the Hock Island enst route for the Roach Drug company. James Astrac.an loaves today for New York city to purchase bis fall Y stock of diamonds and Jewelry. Frank Buehlnghara lias returned from Austin where he has been ex amining state records of Potter county taxes. Mr. Weaver has returned from Dlsbee, Arls., and will resume his duties as manager of the shoe de partment of Davidson's. W. A. Gambia Is In town again after his recent Illness, Ho will re cuperate for severs I dsys yet beforo he goes back to business. P. L. Wills, of Ihe Dallas News, was a visitor at tho Dnily Panhan dle office this 1 morning. Ho Is on his vacation and Is taking a look at tho Great Panhandle nnd the Pecos Valley. E. W. Martlndell Is having a hund somo residence erected on tho corner of Sixth and Buchanan. It will be modern throughout, with com plete plumbing, heating, gns nnd lighting Installation. H. W. Campbell, the soil culture msn, Is In town today after visits to bis farms at Bovlna and Dalhurt. He reports fine, crop conditions und Is more than ever convinced of th great grain producing possibilities of tho Panhandle, MIhs Wlnfred Ford of Henrietta hus entered Mrs. W. A. Idiom's mus ic clans. Ml Ford la already nn accomplished musician, having stud- lod with some of the bent teachers In the state and for the pust two yours ut the Conservatory of Music ut Waco, Texas. i - W. A. Hester, who bus been play ing with the Roscmoiits during the last aeries of games, will return to- dnv or tomorrow to Koswell, N. M. Mr. Hester is physical director at the Now Mexico . Military Institute, and coaches soveral of tho atheletlc teams. Hester is a thorough athe- lete, Is a gentleman, one tho field as well aa off of It and has done much toward placing tho Institute on the en triable athelctlc holding she now has. J. B. Gilkeson of Iloswell, N. M.. spent 8undsy In the city visiting friends and while here paid the Pan handle a pleasant call. Mr. Gilke son will be remembered as the gen tleman who opened tho new Denver eating houso last winter, which un der his management received such praise from the traveling public. He Informs us he will assume charge Oct.' 1 of tho new forty room hotel at Iloswell and which Is to be known as the "Gilkeson House." If. F. Conuell. H. F. Conwell, or as he was known to his family and friends, Ferdlc Conwell, died last night at tho resi dence of the family on Johnson street. He returned from tho en campment at Camp Mabry with n touch of fovor. This developed lnt0 typhoid and In spite of all careful nursing and medical treatment, tho disease overcame him nnd he died yesterday. Ford la Conwell was the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Conwell and had lived In Amarlllo about seven years. He had grown from boyhood to young mnnhood here and was coming fulrly Into man's estate, He hnd filled with praiseworthy trust a po sition at tha Santa Fe general offi ces, and only left hlB work when the fovcr mastered him. , His compnnlous at the office havo given him every attention during his Illness. He had boon for several years a member of troop B and held tho rank of ser geant. He had been becoming more and more the staff and hopo of his parents and bis untimely death hns plunged them Into, the lowest depths of sorrow. Funeral services were announced for this afternoon, but, on account of non-arrival of relatives, tho services wore postponed und will be held to morrow morning from tho family residence, 300 Johnson street. The deceased had recently been promoted from cnjl boy to brakeman but had never made a trip. H. A. McDonald haa opened tbe Amarlllo Cigar Store for business and la preparing to greatly Increase tho stock formerly carried and add to the conveniences and attractions of the store. Ha Intends koeplng bo sides tho full line of smokers sup piles, stationery, magazines and small wares. Mr. McDonald Is a thorough business man nnd will make a success of his establishment Sheriff Crawford of Clay eounty was In Amarlllo Sunday, Anto Races In St. Louis. St. Louis, -Mo., Sept. S. Many of tho crack motor car drivers of the country aro entered in the automo bile races to be hold at the fair grounds this afternoon. The con tcetantB Include A. C. Webb of .Top- 11 n. Mo.; C. A. Coey, tho Chicago millionaire auto enthusiast', and Dr. H. W. Freeberg of Toledo, Ohio. BUY LAND, AHEAD OF THE RAILROAD We nre cttttinp; our twelve thousand acre ranch situated 12 miles west from Tulia, tbe county wat of Swiaher County, Texas, and will sell in tracts of one section or more at less ' price than the adjoining lands ate bringing. ' Rails are now leing laid on the Plainvicw branch of the Santa Fe railroad and trains are supposed to le running into Tulia by Septem ber 20th, after which time our prices will be materially advanced. .'. .'. .'. These lauds are in the famous South Plains country and will grow all kinds of grain and cotton. Climate is mild, water shallow and soil the best. Address the owners. CUNNINGHAM & GREEN, Amarillo, Texas. Weather Bureau. Tho following data, covering a period of fourteen years, have been compiled from the weather bureau roeords at Amarlllo, Txas. They are Issued to show the conditions that have prevailed, during the month In (liiestlon for the above period of years, but tuuxt not be construed as 11 forecast of weather conditions for the coming month. Month of September for fourteen years. TEMPERATURE. Mean or normal temperature, 68 degrees. The warmest month was that of 181)2, with an average of 72 degrees. Tho coldest months were those of 1R9(5 nnd 1902, with an average of 60 degrees. The highest temperature was 90 degrees on Sept. 5, 1903 nnd Sept. J, 1905. . The lowest temperature was 37 degrees on Sept. 11, 1898. The earliest date on which first "killing" frost occurred in autumn, Oct. 16, 1903. Average date on which first "kill ing" frost occurred In autumn. Nov. 1. . Average date on which last "kill ing" froHt occurred In spring, April 16. The latest date on which last "killing" frost occurred In spring, May, 23, 1893. PRECIPITATION (rain or melted snow) Avorago for the month, 2.38 In ches. Average number of days with .01 Inches or more, 6. The grentcst monthly precipitation was 6.09 Inches In 1899. The least monthly precipitation waa 0.24 Inches in 1892. The greatest amount of precipita tion recorded In any twenty-four consecutive hours wo 3.49 Inches, Sept. 21. ,1900. The greatest amount of snowfall recorded in any twenty-four hours (record extending to winter of 1884- 85 only) was .00 Inches. RELATIVE HUMIDITY. Average 7 a. m., 71; average 7 p. m., 4 5. CLOUDS AND WEATHER. Average number of clear days, 16; pnrtly cloudy days, 9; cloudy days, C. WIND Tha provalllng winds have been from the south. The average hourly velocity of the wind is 16 milca. The highest velocity of the wind waa 60 miles from the west Sept. 7, 1S99. Station Amarlllo, Texas. Date of Issue August 31,1906. P. WOOD. Official In Charge Local Weather Bureau. Wind Docs Damage. - Rumor had it this morning that a small twister struck the southwest part of town last night and left its mark on the buildings. Several peo pie were qulto siiro they saw a cloud of tho typical cyclone formation over that part of the city at the time the worst crash came about 9 o clock. Citizens in that section of the town however, say that the storm was aim ply a straight blow which struck Bud denly and It caused no uneasiness. . A few sheds and chicken houses changed location and tho windmill In Mrs. Laughlln's yard waa wrecked. Sufficient proof that the wind was straight Is shown In the fact that at the realdence of J. E. Beasley on JefferBon street the sheer force of the wind broke out a large oriel win dow. Itock Inland Hound Home. Material for the new Rock Inland round house has .been unloaded and the work of erection will begin at once. The new building will be lo cated west of the Rock Island, east of Grant street and north of the Denver track. , Tbe building will bo Btarted on a ten or twelve stall base but only ac commodations for the needs of the service will be completed at present. The business of the Rock Island Into Amarlllo Is growing at such a rate that any present provision will prove Inadequate In the near future, and the management desires to get a bet ter Idea of the needs of this terri tory before putting In extensive, per muent improvements, The contract for the new round house is in the hands of William Melrerholi of Sayre, O. T. Contract orders are for- rapid work and tho building will be pushed front the start. Cattle Beginning to Move. The fall movement of cattle from the summer ranges to market Is be ginning In earnest.. Saturday the Santa Fe shipped about two hundred cars from points along tbe lino from Portnles to Hlgglns. Thuse ship ments nro nearly all grass-fat stuff going to Kansas and St. Joe markets. A few shipments are going direct to finishing farms In Kansas and Mis souri. The Santa Fe will run a reg ular weekly special through the full months. Rural Mall Carriers Meet. Wichita, Kan., Sept. 3. The an nual meeting of the Rural Mail Car riers' State association Is being held hero today In tho council chamber of the city hall, with rursl carriers from all over the state in attendance. J. F. McCoy, assistant postmaster of Wichita, delivered the address of welcome, which waa responded to by Jesse Bumbardner, president ol the association, Several address will be made. Little Rock, Ark., Sept. 8. The annual convention of the Arkansas Rural Mall Carrier's association opened here today. Addresses will be made by several of the officials and delegates and the good roads' movement will be discussed. Douelas Park Opens Today. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 3. Th Douglas park race meet will be fon mally opened this aftefnoon. A handicap, with $1,000 added, will b the feature. Nearly all of the horsei; from tho Latonla track are here an the meet promises to be the moa successful ever held iri. the state. Th Jockey club has decided to lnsta several racing fixtures next yeaj, with a rich Derby as one of the prov able features. After the close of the Dougls park and Churchill Downs meets! a fall session will be held at Latown, beginning about the middle of oio- ber and lasting ' untU the senfon opens at New Orleans. Pontofflco dcrfcs at Savannahj Savannah, Oa., Sept. 3. Poitof- flce clerks from all parts of country are here to attend the the an- nual meeting of poatofflce clcfks, A demand for the eight hour ay, graded salaries and more clerks vlll be made. As the clerks are not er raitted to appeal 'to congress dl ?ct, the appeal will be addressed to the commercial Interests, which are In terested in the Improvement of service. , the 4 is AMAKILLO TAKES LAST GAME. Ilutchlnson Gets Best of 4-H Score Against Canyon City. Pitcher Hutchinson, outpltched Wicker In Saturday's struggle at Han born park. Pitcher Wicker, bl tho way, has tried to win a game from Lewis' Gladiators tlrno and again. Time and again ho has shot them across tho plate, curved them over the corners, eased over bis slow ball, and fielded his position, but some how at tho tag end of the gamo he has always been thwarted until Thursday. Thursdoy ho won the gamo and ho was ready Saturday to repent. Mr. Hutchinson was tho other end of tho argument nnd HHtch out pltchod tho Cowboy lrom tho first. Tho visitors tried to lasso tho game In the first Inning after Amarlllo had failed to do anything In her half but they swung their rope in vain Hutchinson heeding not tho old nd oge that If tho first man walks, In will score passed Mitchell. Whiter sacrificed him to second. McKay went to first by tho four ball route. Burns singled cleanly and both Mitchell and McKay counted. Hutch inson was so cool during tho try ing ordeal that ho chilled tho fans. Burns was caught trying to steal. Francis could do no better than to hit to Hutchinson and went out to first. Amarlllo forged ahead In tho sec ond. Hester filed to Mitchell, Bell singled ovor second. Hutchinson reached first on his grass cutter past M"1. Kellv diopped a Texas league back of short and by faBt sprint ing r..ci.ud tiecoml. Bell scored. Hutchinson scored on a wild pitch. Oallahcr struck out. Two strikes were called on, Honaker, Francis thought It was three and throw down his glove. Kelly taking advantage of the opprtunlty came home nnd un tied the knot. Honakor struck out. The visitors wont out In order In the second. A double play In which Weller and Hubbard were the vic tims put on end to the Rosemonts' aspirations in the third as Lewis was an easy out, Wicker to Bell. Canyon City again tied tho scoro hi the sixth. Francis singled, stole second and third and counted on Bell's beau tiful slnglo past short. Tho Roiftmonts untied the knot In the seventh round when Kelly sin gled and stole second nnd third In handsome fashion. Honaker got the hitting fever too and Kelly came home with tho winning run. It was a good game barring wrangling. The old Jealousy broke out In a place or two and made bad spotD. The score: AMARILLO. AB. It. II. TO. A. E. Honaker, ss. . . . 4 0 1 0 3 0 Wellor, 2b 4 0 1 4 7 0 Hubbard, cf. ...4 0 1 7 0 0 Lewis. 3b 4 0 0 0 1 4 Hester, rf 4 0 1 0 0 0 Bell, c 4 1 2 2 0 0 Hutchinson, 3b. .4 1 2 1 3 0 Kelly If 4 2 2 4 0 0 Galluher. lb. ...2 0 0 9 0 2 Jennings. If 2 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 36 4 10 27 15 6 CANYON" CITY. AB. It. II. PO. A. E. Mitchell, rf. Wicker, p. . McKay, 3 b. . Burns, ss. , . .1 1 0 o 0 3 6 2 0 0 3 1 .3 0 .4 1 .4 0 1 0 0 0 0 Francia, c 4 8. McKay, cf. ... 4 V. Bell, lb 4 Reynolds, If. ... 4 Adklns, 2b 4 1 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Totals 34 3 7 27 17 2 Summary Earned runs, Amarlllo 2, Canyon 2; two base hits, Kelly, Lewis; base on balls, off Hutchin son 1; wild pitch, Wicker; struck out, by Hutchinson 8, by Wicker 7; hit by pitched ball, Mitchell; stolen bases, Francis 2, Mitchell 2, Kelly 4, Burns 1, Honaker 2; sacrifice hits, Wicker, Mitchell. Umpires, Jones and McKnlght. Attendance 600. Kelley, the Indian Infielder, left Saturday with Honaker. Kelley has made a record as one of tho speediest quarter backs that A. nnd M. ever played and Amarlllo fans here found out that he works well at the dia mond game too. He will probably let his hair grow and be at his old position with A. and M. thl3 fall. Jim Bell went to Hereford yester day to visit his parents and rela tives near Dimmit before returning to his work In Austin college at Sher man. Bell Is tho best man that ever held tho mitt for Amarlllo. Ho Is a Panhandle product that will go well In any company. The Amarlllo management will please a largo fol lowing here and throughout the Panhandle by securing hlai for next year's games. Willie Weller. tho pet of the bleachers and tho darling of the grand Btand, is not at ell ready to quit playing bell this fall. That's his way anyhow never ssy quit. He Is an untiring player, swift and sure. He likes applause but never steals thunder to win It. This morning he waa endeavoring to do sign work for a clear store that is ho was to stand nt tho door and be the tobacco sioro Indian. Without douht ho has some qualifications for such a position, but It Is to be hoped that ho finds some thing elso to keep him In Amuiillo und ready for the gamo, "Bobblo" Hums stopped over In Amarlllo yepterday on hU waj to Dalhart, where he will play with tho team during the fair nud car nival. Sam Honaker returned Saturday to Cnlnesvillo and will enter sc,h-.1 this fall. Ho iiiiulo many friend lu and out of baseball whllo heie, i.n 1 ho Is suro of a warm welcoaio when ever he vlilts Amarlllo. Good Look for Punhaiulle Baseball. It speaks much for tho outlook l I'anhaudlo hasclinll that two teams as tho..o which placed the se ries last we.'k could bo gotten to gether In tho short-giasH country. Whllu tho Amarlllo aKK''KU'iou had tho best of tho argument In spei'd. team-work nnd experience, It needed only a little turn of ha.-vluill luck to placo their opponents with the winning scores. Truo both tennis wero strulnlng points to reach on unusual degree of excellence, but both teams expect to eomo together noxt year with much the samo line up und to Improve tho playing throughout. Even with the Increased growth of Pnnhnndlo towns, u Panhandle league may not yet bo feasible next I year, but with fast teams In seven ! town, managers can securo good games without having receipts eaten up by long railroad mileage. Many of tho men who made up this ye.n-i-teams will be In tho Panhandle next year and will bo ready to furnlah good sport for Panhandlo fans. Order of Enstern Star. Following is tho list of officers elected by Bonlta Chapter No. 184, O. E. S. for the ensuing jcar. Kate Fyfn, worthy matron: C. M. Ilardon, worthy patron, Adile El liott, associato matron; Rachel Ser vice, secretary; P. Thompson, treas urer; Gertrude 1) Trues, conductress; F. M. Roper, chaplain; Harriett Christian, marshal; Adella William son, organist; Ethel McKlnncy. Adah; Patrice Babb. Ruth; Nettie McKlnncy. Esther; Jennlo George, Martha; Ivy Roper, Elettru; Mary Underwood, warder; W. A. Stoll, sentinel. Court Will Try Rockefeller. Findlay, Ohio, Sept. 3. Like n common criminal, John D. Rocke feller, the richest man in tho world, will appear in the Hancock county court here tomorrow to faco a trial by jury on a charge of violating the anti-trust laws of the state. James O. Throup of Bowling Green, the oil magnate's attorney, declares that his client will appear u person to ans wer the charge niado against him and that bo is confldent that ho will bo exhonorutcd. Rockefeller Is now under 1,000 for his appearance. To Han;; n Negro. . Vlnltn, I. T., Se;t. 3. The first hnnglng to bo held In the Northern district of the Indian Territory will tako place at the Federal Jail here tomorrow, when Robert Cotton, n negro, will pay the penalty for the murder of his wife. The hanging will be strictly private and only a few witnesses .will be permitted within tho enclosure surrounding the gal lows. The crime of which Cotton was convicted was tho most revolting in tho history of the territory. After hacking his wlfo to pieces wit'i u small kuifa ho dragged her into a cornfield and there engaged in n beastlal nnd bloody orgy as tho wo man lay gasping her last. Reunion of Gentry Family. Indlanupoli.i, Ind., Sept. 3. Sev eral hundred members of Iho Gen try family from Indiana, Kentucky. Missouri, Kansas, Ohio, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas nnd Illinois are gathered at Bethany Park, near t'lls city, for a family reunion which will last all wee'.c. Thursday will be Kentucky day and it is expected th.it General W. H. Gentry of I,e:;i'i r n and other wpII known KentucUian.: will deliver addre.wa. Th ) Mimi re union of Gentrys was held at Louis ville seeven years ag' und tho foe ond at St. Louis flvo ye;rti a.o. Je.T Davh Sjtenks. Muldrow, I. T., Sept. 3. Govcrror .Teff Davis of Arkansas Is the prin cipal speaker nt a celebration be ing Tield here today. Harvest Festival. Hydro, O. T.. Sept. 3. Th. fi mual harvest festival beftan here to.lay and will last until Wednoaday. l 1 , r..p. r rt"t o a rt.f, Licensed to I'alut Town R1. Joplln, Mo, Sept. 3. Tha Boonier Cim nival and Fall FesMral bean h" today with largo crowds In t 1 ,i:iue. The fu!r la given nndr t auspices of Mia Joplln Commer cial club und Is tho subject of of the most extraordinary bills ever paired by tho council of uny city. TMh bill give to L. M. Davis, secre- of the Commercial club "his 1 and nsjIgncM, his fiienda and :ilei." tho privilege of "paint tho town red" for one k. beginning today. The only .lintloiiH nro contained in the fol io. nu proviso; "Provided, however, that the hCc-HH, uvciuie.c and alleys shall not be obsiructcid by paint barrels or 01 her cooking utensils, and that I'll who I'SH'inie (o piiint tho town red .h."il flit obtain a license and shall con' -'t hlniMelf in such a manner t'M nest t' attract tao attention of Me i;e:.:be:M of t!lO pill''J depart , nt Vtu'.er certain conditions tho .Vt"!.' v lil bo allowed to steady t.iciuselvc ly clinging to long, htralgat telephone nnd telegraph poles 011 cither nldo of said streets, bi,t In no case shall they claim pri ority of pole ilKhtrt, mid shall bo In condition to nmblo along In caH they nre M notified by the police." able bill wns regular ly parsed by tho council nnd signed by t!ie mayor and will go down In history ns council bill number t,739. The city fathers are alleged to have perfectly sober at the time of Its Introduction and passage. Convention of ,Sto(rynmker. Wheeling. W. Va Sept. 3. The VaMonal Stogymukera union Is hold its first annual convention here v. It Is only In the lust few . that the stogymakers began i organize, yet ho union now In ,h!lng n larno majority cf those e;i;;;ij'ed in tho work. Help Settle Your Own Country Sand Vi th Ntmu of Your Old frltadt Bttk Cut. Scrre ct Ihem mi y want to ehni Ihtlr itcnioi. tnd coma west. A lm!f hlpfiom you willaislit ui In rch 1 s mary who ara ooking lor naW nomas. We trull your friend ruthful llwatura rrut your irt ol tiia country ana plaoa Iheir tmmti en tha comrjiirnfr.tary mailing lilt ol "the Dirth." an intma'Cng monthly dovctod to Southwest immigration, Dent put It off. Writ this waak to v M Tfiirr.: C. L. SEAOnAVtl 'tK Oneral Celculration Agant 111S Ry. Exchangi Chicago. That's What They All Say Candies E::clu3:vc Agencyr- Roach Drug Co. Shipments fresh all the time. ,? If You Want A HnTTia nr Rinf.h in her. , ... . . ....... .. ... w man. Hansford, Ochiltree or i Hutchinson counties wr"5 Champ Traylor Plemons , Toxas Who has some great bargains in Railroad. School and Pat ented Land. CSPTEHBEH 3, S& B5ISS JQKSEE GARTWEUSHT 5 Craclnate of the Nas'iivil'e C'liiscrvittory w ill open 2 her da s in , , 2 PI4N9, HARMONY and VOICE. 3 STITIO AT MRS. ED KIIIU'3. 1109 POLK. S fi,rrt r (i.e (vlf fvefA r 1 p 1 1 1 M , I ft I MAJ 4. ft M t . M M"P "