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THH twicr-vwppk iippai n 5"PTnnrR 4, m6 DTTINGS ACOLT TOWN Fill DAY. Tom Miilone. of hoswoll, Ih h?rv with hli brother, Hoss MhIoiio. MrpI Fly, of Dullim, Ih vihltlnR hi brothurr, V. G. ami D. It. l'ly. R. C. Howdor wrnt to Mlnml venter riiiy on euttlo luiHlnoKs. The T. V. 0. Club met yphtcrday afternoon nt Minn Jennlo WpucI'h. ChiirlfB (lonlon, rlr"Mlntor for the Dally l'Kiilinndk', Ih In llororuiit to dny. MIrh Annie I.fti Howren loft yes terday for ficoi 'ftctowii wliero fIio will enter .Soul hwimi'in I'lihciMtv. I Mr. limn, i- nuicliniaii of tho Chr rndon country, wns visiting with Aim iirllln frirndH yesterday. Mr. DdsH. ioii of .!. J. JViss, lclt yosterdny fur Kliliinoinl, Ky., vIk:. ho will itllrnd tho university. Klnier Ni'liioti lift for Canadian yw.t onlay w!ito lie will contlniio his work In the Canadian Ai'adi'iny. Ir. 1 1 av m. a johhk physician from riciiHant 1'lalnn. 111.. Is here gottlni; aivjiinlnted with tho Panhandle. J. W. Tiioiiias and W. A. dray WL'iii to Amarlllo Sunday morning on businch. Kowwcll Kecord. P. K. (ilUIn haH gono to Kansa-i City nnd points cast in the Intend of the 1'. 1. I'otson Konl Khtalo Co. HerUort LowIh loft yesterday for Dal ha I whens lie haH accepted n lit).' position with iv driitf firm. Mr. I.ew'l.s, of Molesworth Lewis, ranchman cX Clv.v.ulon, was iu town yeBterduy. Urovo Hall, bookkeeper for tut Sayre Mill &. Klevator Co., 1m net otialy ill of typhoid fever at his room on Kant Ninth street. ' Joe Simpson, of the American Typo Founders Company, at Dallas was In town yeBterday talking to Ainarlllo printers. Judge O. H. Nelson la at Fort Madlnon. Iowa, looking after the Btorkyards of the company at that point. Kearny Drown returned yesterday from a two eeku' vacation trip to Bti Lnkm Ity and other western resorts. John Scott, tho well known Arm strong county ranchman, and family were here Wednesday cn route fe the reunion. H. P. D. Howard came In ye.-rte,' day from Aniarillo and left this morning for Portales. Uoswcll Ke cord. J. J. Holt and family returned ye: terday from a visit to Mr. Holt's brother at Midland, Texas. They re port a very pleasant vacation but f.re glad to get back to Amarlllo. MIm Bertha Kate Nunn, who haH been summering In the Orarns, the "land of tho big red apple," will arrive In Amarlllo tomorrow after noon over the Choctaw. C. N. Stivers from wear McKlnney lg hero visiting his cousin, It. L. Rob erts. He has purchased property In tho Amarlllo country and vIH tbortly tnovo his family here. T. C. Rivera and 0. A. Gosaor wcro In Canyon yesterday looking after buslnss for tho Tanhandle Clga Factory. Their stand on the grounds Aid a thriving business. C. Purrlence wns over yesterday from his Carson county ranch with his sister, Miss Pttrrlene, of Pleas int Plains, 111., who Is spending the lummer with lilm. Clyde C. Cockrell of Balllnger ar rived here yesterday from Fort tV'orth. Mr. Cockrell Is an expert LlnotvDe operator nnd will take a Ihift on tho Dally Panhandle. Willis Ford, who has been at the office of the Teros. Valley Immlgra :lon Co., left Wednesday for the lorth in tho Interest of his com nny. Mrs. W. P. Orr of Stephenvlllo who las been visiting In Amarlllo during ho summer left for her home last light, accompanied by her daughter, dYs. G. J. Nunn. Mrs. Orr Is very nuch Improved as a result of her ojoiim In this rity and speaks of he Panhandle In the highest terms. Mr. Philpott, of Philpolt, Neeloy t Co.. the land men at Texlco, was i vhsltor nt tho Dally Panhandle of !co this morning. He Is mi old tewapaper man ami congratulates he Daily Panhandle on the enter i:ipo with which it Is filling tlie eeds of the groat Panhandle coun ry'. J, S. Townes has returned from a ery successful ImihIiium trip to llere i rd. While there, ho closed tho "M, whereby Panhandle Christian ' t!e;o becomes pqnl.-pu;! with rt.irr :os exclusively.' These snlss were of a still larger order which go? I'r.as C'irlailan University at ,Vn i the parent school of the Hereford htlt.utlon. Air. Wheeler, the breezy advance agent of tho big Sells-Kioto show was In tho Panhandle office today, Tho Hells-Kioto Miow Ih considered the biggest circus proposition that the Panhandle ever had an opportunity of seeing, Low rate o'n all roaln out of Amarlllo will bring ouo of iho biggest crowds tho town cor handled to attend the exhibitions. .Mr. and Mrs, Win, Sclu pper of Groom wcro visiting villi Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dolzfll this week and shop ping in Amarlllo. They railed at iho Dally Panhandle office and left or J- ru that I In- paper should come to ilein. Mr. Schnper hi another of tliose pro.ipei oils Iowa farmers who has already made good and who thinks that Iho PanhandL: Is fln.i Cllliit'C, KATIIIDAV. Den Iivnuiu left yesterday morning for a fishing trip on the Canyon. Karl Cobb left this morning for points on the Pecos Valley. J mine John K. Fergur.on of Here ford was In town yesterday. Tom Cnrrl,. W11s a Chiiniiliif; Tuhrs.l'iy on lu--l tu-t. I', i.. Towucs is transact lug bu:l nehH ill Ci'iiyoit today. Dr. K. D. I.aiif.lcy was over from Mcl.ean yesterday. It. H. Dec son returned Thursday from n vacation trip. Harry T. Iilbb was In Dalhart yes terday on business. Harmon Iieach of Hereford wns In town yesterday morning. Sheriff lleiison of Carson county was over from Panhandle yesterday. Judge l,on it. Marrs wsa here yes terday from Kansas City. Judge (). H. Nelson returned yes terday from Fort Madison, Iowa. Mrs. L. C. Hawk of Chico i.i ls King her ulster, Mrs. Don .Sellar.i Me Thompson returned from Tex lco Thursday. Carl (illllland, n prominent lawyer of Hereford, was in town yesterday. Miss McCain of Uoswcll i.i visit ing In Amarlllo. Miss Ruby Kasum will leave this evening for Clarendon where she will enter the college. J. S. Townes was talking the vir tues of Starr pianos down tho Pecos Valley lines yesterday. D. A. Walker, the landman of Canyon wns talking business to Am arlllo people yesterday. Judge Wltherspoon, the land and abstract man of Hereford was In town this morning. Hunter Nelson left yesterday- evening for Memphis, Texas, on busi ness. Miss Winnie Trigg will leave to day for Waco where sho will entor Uaylor University. Percy Lucas will bo here tomorrow from Fort Worth for a visit with friends. Miss Fannie Trolllnger entertained a few friends last night nt her home on Jackson street. Miss Dernlco Russell returned this morning from a two months' trip to Lako Koronls and Mlnneaoplls, Minn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Uroinlwell nnd Mlts Grace Proadwrll left this morn ing for Hereford where they will vlalt Mrs. Cbircnco Wheeler and Mrs C. S. Garrison. Among week-end guests at tho Va in iuro (inn are: .mihpcs Worl.r. Wood, Kate Williams, Jonnlo Sadler, Juanlta Travis and Strtngfellow, Men dames Graham and Travis, 11 ,- a. n. I., dcoifo or r.ustin, in. was a lhltor at tho Dally Panhandle) of fice today. Ho Is here with his friend, Mr. Palmer, and In looking at the Panhandle. John M. Herod, principal of the buslnciis department Panhandle Christian College at. Hereford wan In iov n tills morning ' ii route to Here ford after his vacation. P. K. Iloesen, editor of the Dally Panhandle, is mingling with the citi zens of Groom today and helping ' II "111 celebrafo at tie Ir big and barbecue, Prof. Let; Clark and family were In Amarlllo yesterday en route for Iowa Park. Mr. Clark has charge of the public kcIiooIh In lowu Park tals year. Misses Tot. Mercer and Leomi Wltherspoon, who have been vlsltlnn in Ainariiio lor several weeks re turned this morning to their home In Hereford. Rev. Georgo Clot field. Panhandle missionary of tho Congregational church, and family returned Thurs day from n six weeks' vacation In Colorado. Prof. W. F. Johnson of Canyon was In town yesterday. Mr. Johnson has accepted a position with the Can yon schools and will make that bis home. lie was a teacher in the nor mal at Hereford this summer. J. 11. Copeland and wife of Hills boro, are visiting Mrs. Copeland's niece, Mrs. Warren Illackburn. Mr. and Mrs. Copeland have purchased property and will locate In the Here ford country. Miss Kt'ucl MacDearniid of Cincin nati passed through yesterday morn ing en route for Hereford. Miss Mac Dearniid Is professor of Knglish and elocution in the Panhandle Christian Collego of Hereford. J. D. Rather is a Kent uck Ian. who Is so well pleased with tho Pan handle that he e-.pe.ti to move here. Ho has ptir.'hirjed the iskinncr place twelve miles east of town and Is con templating other Investments. Hon. John D. Schmlts, postmaster nt Denton, Texas, nnd a leading mer chant of that city wns a visitor nt tho Dally Panhandle office yester day. He will bo here several days i'.s tho guest of Captain J. M. Kin dred. Rev. J. M. Criitehflcld, a Methodist minister of national reputation, Is in Amarlllo after a two weeks' visit to tho Pecos Valley. Mr. Cruchfield Is now on tho "supernnua'ed list" but does general missionary work from Chicago as headquarters. Mr. and Mrs. Port Fui ia and chil Iren returned this morning from a visit In Missouri, Itov. L. C. kirkes went to Main lew yesterday where h will nstdu: Rev. W, A. Krwln In a meeting, Mitel 1'Mlih Conn.nlly caino up from Portales yesterday for a visit with her father. Willlnm A. Dell of tho New Mexico Land company, Texlco i;iij Mdiose, Is In town today. Mrs. J. H. Pitman and children re turned yesterday from a visit, to Hereford. Misses Roxle and Delia Hughe left yesterday to attend Kl l-Key io. bye at Sherman. Wade. Riimsey, who lias been In ll'sheo, Ail.., for about a year will! return to Ainarlllo, K. If. Talinadge, of the Syndicate Land & Townslto Co.. Canyon, w.is ''"''iln tow n yci terday. Joe Carter of the Snyder Land company, Hereford, was In Ainarlllo this morning. George C. Merrill stopped over with IiIh brother Sam It. Merrill on bis way to attend Clarondon college. Miss Annie llerkcley left Sunday for a two weeks' visit with friends In Diirnnt, I. T. W. C, Dean returned this morning from a weeks' vlhlt at his home In Woodward, O. T. Mrs. Tom L. Mller and children nro visiting friends und relatives In Hopkins county. Sam Dunn, the well known stock man, was up from Hereford yes terday. J. W. Key nnd John Vlnyard re turned to Armstrong county Satur day. Miss Yyla Fountain, who has been In Texlco tills summer has returned to Amarlllo. WEST TEXAS Is fast lecoinin ilie fruit, vcgclalilc, cjrain and cotton country of tlie f.owhwest. It will pay you to investi Kate rijjlit now. AN IDEAL CLIMATE IIOMESCEKCRS9 TICKETS On Sale Daily E. P. TURNER, Cnrl Pnstanger Agent DALLAS. TEXAS. Railroad Time Table. South :rn Kansas aoi. rrive 8:o a. m. aoa, drparts 7:95 p. m. I'tfco.H Valley & NortliMitmi J01 departs 8:35 a I aoa, Hr rives 6 i u Chicago, Rock Island & (lnU No. I, W'rst, arrive j pj p. No. a, Rust, depart! laimjp. 1 Ft. Worth & Denver City. NORTH. ', I, Arrtvei . I, (Irpitrt. 7. arrlvei , 7, depart! SOUTH. 1, arrive!..,.. f, departs . ..., arrives.. i. departs ...... 9:J p. 9 50 p. -.. .30 a. v 8:40 a. nt ...5:30 a. m, ..-7:35 p. ni .....7o P, a) Messrs, R. L. Carter and Jim Mack of Canyon were over yesterday for tho ball gamo and returned this morning. Harry McGee, chief engineer of the South Plains road returned this morning from a trip to headquarters at Chicago. Mr. Garrett of Carlsbad is a recent arrival In Amarlllo. Ho is In the Union Drug store opposite the sta tion 1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry dooch, whe have been visiting their brother, Hor ace Cooch and family, left yesterday for their homo In Loulsvlll?. Rev. W. A. Erwln, wife nnd family, left this morning for I'lalnvlew where Mr. Krwln will hold a mooting for tho Presbyterian church. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Armstrong, with their daughter, of Sunset, are here visiting their daughter Mrs. 0. '. Vlnyard. Miss Josephine Nellson, who has ieen spending tho summer here, left today for Fort Worth, where she will spend tho winter. Mrs. H. P. I). Howard and so:i ar Ived yesterday from Koswell and will spend severnl weeks In Aniarillo with Mr. Howard. George Wollbuum left yesterday morning for Koswell where he hifi sonic work to do tor a local relig ious paper . Rev. George Chat field Ieave3 tomor row for Miami wiiere 110 is on t'.ie programme of the county Sunday hool convention. Sunday. M. B. L. Sellars, who has been -."ending the. summer here wit'i hi sons, Oran and Leon, left Thursdn for Lis ho:ue lu Gainesville. TIKSIlAl. Earl Cobb Is in Canyon today. C. T. Dycus Is In Texlco today. J. C. Ball of Hereford was in town this morning. T. W. Smith Is over from Fanhan dlo today. Hani McDonald was in Portales Sunday and Monday. J. C. Paul was In Hereford yester day on business. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Davidson are in Roswell for a few days visit. Ross Malono returned from Ros well yesterday. Sloan Simpson of Dallas came up yesterday from his ranch at Bovlna. II. M. Tlmmons Is down tho Choc taw lino on business. Herbert Lewis was down from Dalhart Sunday and Monday. Prof. Vlnyard wns hero from Arm strong county Friday. C. D. Cleveland, the auto man, of Halo Center, was in town yesterday. J. Q. Kcndrick left yesterday to attend school at Memphis. W. A. Ward went to Hereford to day. Miss Katie Grigshy, who 1;as been visiting Arthur Keel und family left yesterday for Paris. Charles Kenyon and wife of Eagle Bridge, N. Y. are In Amarlllo get- , ting acipialnted with tho country, Coleman V.'.-tson, a prosperous farmer of Farnilngton, Grayson county, visited C. C. Loving nnd fam ily jesterday. W. A. Gamble went down to Tulh th!;; inornli'g. Ho will have charge of an office at that place for Cun ningham & Green. Jet Fore of Memphis, Texas, was In Aniarillo yeoten.ny 0.1 his way to Ilereiord where ho will enter Pan handle Christian college. Kov. George Chntfleld nnd C. D. Mclggs return J yefterday from Mia mi where they attended tho Panhan dle Missionary convention. . Irs. L. A. Carter nnd daughter, Miss Helen, who havo been visiting In Amarlllo returned to Canyon Sat urday morning. Misses Leo and Ola Scott "of Here foid, en route to the university at Farettevllle, Ark., stopped over Sun day with tho Misses Sadler. Judgo Heiison of Canyon was in Amarlllo yesterdaj on his way to Cal!f.)r:ila where ho will spend sev eral months visiting relatives. Rev. J. p. Holmes of Sallna, Texas, and family have moved to Amarlllo. Mr. Hohnes will engago In Panhan dle missionary work for the Christian church. Jess Wynne nnd wifo with their two daughters, stopped over In Am arlllo Sunday on their way to Clar endon where the daughters will on- ler St. Mary's Academy. M!s3 Nelbion of West, Texas visit ed her aunt Miss Nellson hero Sat iiiday. Slu left Sunday for Here rord where bbe will attend Punhnn- dlo Christian college. Mrs. F. It. Tyson and Miss Jennie Flores returned Saturday morning rroni Kaii'-as City and points east whero they havo been Inspecting and purchr i.--j fall millinery goods. T. M. Cankon, tho druggist of Hereford, came up Sunday with his daughter Miss Glennls. Mr. Can kon returned to Hereford this morn ing. MIfs Glennls will remain In Amarlllo several days. Rurchaid AVeaver. who has spent the summer .hero with his mother, and his cousin Mrs. J. It. Hlldebrand, left last week for Memphis, Tenn. He will enter Vnnderbllt University nt Nashville this fall. Coin? nnl Coming. It won't be very long, Just, four short weeks, not more, When ears and chins and sculp?. And limbs nnd clots of gore, Will be spread far and wide, . And doctors all will grin; nrseirli unlng. you know, And football coming In. VAC AT IO SEA ON. "See America First" 0R'J J Sprnd your vacation In Colorado which It brimfu of atttoctior.s wf.r.ri lno txhilaration of the pure dry air enables yet, to live tin enuine t utdoor life where gair a it plentiful w, here the streams ere teeming with trout, ard whero you will see the mot Umoue moun tain peaks, passes and canons in America. During the tourist leaeon the Denver a Rio Grande Railroad "Sconlc Lin of tho World" will nuke special low rates from Denver Colorado Sanncs, Manitou and Pueblo to all the scenic points of interest In Coorado smd Utah. Our booklet "Vacaino Estimates" telle you about the many wonderful place in Colorado -Colr.rudo Spring Manitou. Pikes Peak. Royal Osrce, Marshal! Pais. Ouray and Glonwood Springs and the cost to tee tiem. A ibou$nd Milts Around th Clrtli or a trio to Salt Lako City and return are unsurpassed in scenic attractions and inexpensive. Open -Top Observation Cars, SEATS FREE Through the Canons during the Summer Months Write for free descriptive literature u . 5. K. tlOOPf. Oenl Passenger Affent l)?nver, Colo. VIZ MADDREY & KENYON ! FURNITURE CO., 504 POLK STREET. UNDERTAKERS and FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EHBALMERS. Ambulance Calls Recoiva Prnmnl AttitnMnn. h DAY PHONE 250 NIGHT PHONE 513. Land For Lease. rrssoEXt. ike aa KM We otler for lease, tin? PR I CI') LANDS, located in lock- "H" 2 and "JJ" 3, Swisher Comity. For tcruis and descriptions address E. D. SMITH, Arjcnt, Tulla, Texas. Summer Excursion Rates to Chicago, St. Louis and Other Eastern Points Test time to all joints east, via., the Southern Kansas Railway of Texas and Atchisun, Popska and Santa Fe, Through chair cars to K.insas City and th iotili sleeping cars to Newton, cou nectii r Avith through vKcping cars to Kansa-.,Cily and Chicjio. For Further Particulars Addrea t ' ,1 D. L. Meyers, Traffic Manager P. V, Lines anJ Southern Kansas Ry. Co. OH TEXAS. famm I iS T--"'1,::XfrrWV 1 a k I 1 M m Savjts P. no's 300 . :t.i v.V v DnrarHw,,::tnAbi3.tii i;,lvlj zAA'D "'CV.V; o . l .0?) BOULDER CiiAUlV 'y1 5 if.-,, .sm,4 " " ' t& i s ( 1 i. PLIREFIES AND RLCUIATCS m BWEI A EJU'ELOUS EEDICISE FOR DISESSED KICXEYS t,SS3 Vet,' Accept no subntittito. Ins:st on linving tha genuine PRICKLY ASH DITITKS with tho large figure 3 in red on tho (rent tabu) SOLD AT DRir, STORES - PRICE $1.00 ?iu ;lt 3SR3B HAMMOCKS. : We have jn-t received a complete assortment of high-Rrade ham mocks of all styles and prices, ranging frm $1.75 to $7.00 SCREEN DOORS. . A few more screen doors left which -vyill be closed out at s bnrgain. , AN EXCEPTIONAL ; BARGAIN. We offer for a short time best fire-proof safes at a great saving. It will pay you to investigate these bargains. J. V. RICE !. CO. 307 PolK Street. ; Telephone No. 328 211 I i y i . a 1. r . y ' ' - n - .v.l r.' . H M Da H A . 1 .. ' fM n - ' " . I .. 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