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THE TWICE-A-WEKK HERALD, SEPTEMBER 4, 1906.
AGRICULTURAL AWARDS llr.i Slut vi VtzUb!i Eihiiit it Cm rii City Hlglily Scetssfu!-Ti!k (f i Blr Fair. CtaroB CUy, Sept. 1. -Tha iub roa of thlii ytr'i Hart toward flut.ttMk ihw hti Dft9urfd tht mtnutmtnt to arraoge for a .much mor txfnaWt ahow rit yr. Th tuft ihowTi, whij In no rat va riety nd extent w of high grade an rflerted credit on raahacdle tk Induitrr. ftrock Know Award. The Judf in th iiofk ahow were Cint 0111. Terry, Mo ; W. U Garner, Cnyo and A. M rotter, Amarlllo. The awarda In the rarloua claaf vera ai followa: Fpan ft mulea over 3-yeara-old. Jit prlia. C. T. I)sraftfnreld. .., Moat etyllah turnout. 1 at nrlir. Mr. T. H. Rowan; 2nd prle, Trivia Rhaw. Colt claaa. lat prlie. 8. B. If tin; Ind. Babe Whitman. Molt colU.l'at. Ed Reynolds; :nd. H. Jonea. ; Tiirkeya. lat prlee, Mrs. John Morrowe. , d)lfkna, 1st prlte. Mri. Mary Morrowe. . . Tioga. let prise, Dary Thon)""., The abowlng of tnulea and mul colta th "Mlaaourl" aort. but horn and bred In the Tanhandla. ; Agricultural Inhibit. . No eitenMro and concerted effort bad been made to get exhibit for the Bhow nd the ayards yere email nt the excellence of the display ur prlied even thoie In charge. - The committee on awarda warn Maiare. Johnwon, K. W. Oroar nd A. M. Totter. ThHr dociion in tho redone cUrhc yrro an folloya: PMt aheaf wheat. Theodore Co thell. Peht. ebeaf oata.- W. K. Bat. BKt aheaf of harlejr. W. H8 . Bt Pick Wfii'iit. K. W. Noece. Beat honil cnhliHRe. Mra. ti. T. Johnhon. aincst awent potato. - .1. II. Harter. Largat beel. J. M.' Bnrhlulter. , l,arKrl pumrkln.- N. I.arg'.'t fitrrmlon. . -J. M. r roen. Pest. vln pfin.it.i. K. V. Nero. Beat hnlf donn Umalov- J. T. CamplHl. pest hclf cloren onions. M. W. Arm'rnn;. Pral tlu? cantaloupe .!. R. Har ter. pent, cluster arapr. V. Murk. Best half dorcn nppl"a.- K. Hell. Beat half dozen peariic.--Mr. J. D. Knlcely. Peat hair dorton pi'""1" --S' Carter. Beht general fruit collection. W. T. Heller. Best collection cut flowers. A, N. Renaon. Beat half doien eara corn. I UcClure. Beat bundle rollo malse. J. Craig. Best bundle Vaffir eorn.J. M M. Cralj. For an Agricultural Fair. It was the common opinion of all who uw these exhibits, that next year more extensive attention should be given to this part of tho reunion. Canyon can make thla event a Pan handle midsummer fair that will be larger and better than the reunion baa ever been. There la need tor each a gathering and It could easily be made a part, and the largest part, of the annual reunion at Canyon. Eaatcrn Star Installation, (riom Saturday's Dally Vanbandic.) Bonlta chapter O. E. B. had an Interesting meeting last night at the installation of officers for the com ing year. The chapter la la flour ishing condition and has now about eighty members. The officers -installed were: Mrs. Kate Fyfe,. wor thy matron; Mr. C. M. Harsin, wor thy patron; Adele Elliott, associate worthy matron; Mrs. Gertrude De Vreeie, conductoresa; Mrs. J. B. At wood. associate conductress; Mrs. Ra chel 6ervlce, secretary; Mrs. Pleda Thompson, treasurer; Miss Ethol Mc Klnney, Ada; Mrs. Babb, Ruth; Mrs. McKInney. Esther. Mrs. Jettle George, Mareth; Mrs. Frank Roper, Electra; Mrs. Underwood, warden; Mrs. Ade lla Williamson, organist: Mrs. Hat tie Christian, marebal; W. A. Stoll. sentinel; Mrs. Frank Roper, chap lain. , Ladles, read this catalogue or charms. Bright eyes, glowing cheeka fed llpa, a aroooth skin without blem ish, in short, perfect health. For sale with every package Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea. J 5 cents. T-H Mitchell Bros, are prepared to de liver Ice to all parts of the city. rb?e SI2. t tt mitcti kt.Ij rru-H dovtn a utalp Cany oa City I And on RoeriitmiM for 5 to 1 floor. (from Saturday's Dally Panhandl I.) The Canyon City Cowboys got the best of a pitchers' battle yesterdsy afternoon. Both Mitchell and I.ewU Ditched auperb ball. But Mitchell waa more effective ytth men on bases and waa given better aupport. The strike outa were, Lewis 10 and Mitch ell I. Five aafe bits were gotten off each twlrler. Gallaher and Hutchinson each had an off day and their errore were responsible for the runs made by Canyon City. Hon aker and Franrla led In stick work for their respective teams. The same Hubs are playing this afternoon, Hutchinson' and Hubbard are doing the artillery work for Ami arll.'o. Wicker and Frsntils for Can yon City. Tho scores aro noy" tied, each club having won six games and Manager Lewis is depending on Hutchinson to win the game today, The score: , CA.VYO.V CITY. i All. U. II. TO. A.'K. Mitchell, p 3 1 0 Wicker, i f. . . , .3 1 0 1 o 1 I 0 2 0 0 t l 0 I 0 U 0 0 3 0 T. McKay, 3h. Hums, sb Francis, c. .. Reynolds, If. . Bell, lb 0 0 o n i o 3 0 S. McKay. T. . Ailklns, 2b. . . Totals vt 5 5 9 1 AMARILI.O. All. It. II. i;o.'A. K. Weller, 2b I 0 I ft HuhbHrd. rf. ... 4 ft ft 2 0 0 Honaker, ts. ...4 0 a 2 2 1 0 J. Bell, c. ...... 4 0 0 10 0 0 Hutchinson 3b. . .3 0 0 1 2 2 Oiillahor. lb. . . .3 0 0 10 0 3 Kclloy. If 3 0 1 1 l'O HcMter. r. ' 0 0 0 01 IwIh, p 3 I 1 1 4 0 Totals 2 I 5 27 13 6 Summary- Krnd runs, Amsrll- lo I. Csnyon 1; two base hits, Lew Is, Francis; left on banes, Amarlllo 4, t'snyon S: first on errors, Canyon B: bases on halls, off Lewis 1; Struck out by Lewis to, by MlfrhHI 0: import bslls, HHI 2. Francis I; sserlftro hit, Wicker; stolpn bases. Kelley 2, Burns 1. Time of game, I 22. Cmplre, On. Will Attend Jefferon Club Bitwincl. Mcsrs. Hull snd Frederick hlfchl.v elated over reclvlnK nn Invi tation to attend the bnnn,nt to he given by Jefferson club of Chlcnao nxt Tuesday nlht nt. the Auditorium hotel In Chlcapo, This bsnnuet. will welcome Will. .1. Rryan home to the West and will be one or (he m-t notablo Heme mtli: gntherlngi or the year. . C. C. Fredericks, the Junior member of tho firm, leaves today ttnd will attend tho banquot after which he will visit In Chicago and other points for shout two weoks. A HJg Wheat Field. (5. W. und J. D. Ingram who have a plaeo twelve mllea east of Amarlllo aro preparing to put In a bonanza wheat farm this fall and winter. They have a big thirty-two horse power traction cnglno at work pulling six dlso plows, cutting eighteen fur rows nud dragging two harrows be hind to thoroughly, pulverize the ground. Thla outfit is breaking ev ery day from twenty-five to thirty five acres. Messrs. Ingram now have about 330 acres of old, land ready for seed ing and about 180 acres of sod. If weather conditions permit, they In tend to keep the big plow at work till tbey have 1,000 acres In wheat. W .C. T. t'. Meeting. (From Saturday's Dally Panhandle.) The W. C. T. U. meeting held at Mrs. L. O. Thompson's yesterday aft ernoon, was a Very encouraging one. All members not present missed a rare treat In not hearing Mother Jonoa' paper. It alone waa worth the effort made to be present. Next regular meeting will be Sept. 28, fourth Frfday of the month. f It's Reputation s you are after, White's Cream VermL 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 and restores them to health and vigor natural to a child. If you want a healthy, happy child get a bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold by L. O. Thompson & Bro. T-B The editor decided to try "fonetlc" spelling in bis psper and the experi ment seemed a succss until he got the following: "Dere Sur -l tuk yure paper fur leven yeres, butt ef yew kant spel eny beter than her bin dolo fr last fo munths yw ma stopplt." American Spectator. Tki "Front Door if Amarlllo" is Again the Seem of i Uost Disgraceful Midnight Brawl. (From Saturday's Dally Pauhandle.) That fertile field of bad acting, the Bowery, comes to the front again today with a gun play and glamblers' brawl In a saloon last night. While every effort waa made today by the partlea concerned to hush the matter up, enough leaked out to start the elty authorities after the principals, from fairly accurate, unprejudiced sources, It was learned that the brawl arone over a game. W. G. Lanlor and men named Bell, Spaika and HurIich were the principals. Bell landed on Lanier pretty freely nnd Sparks came back at Bell In tho finish. Hughes, then slashed Sparks across the head with a loaded alx-ahooier. Tho wea pon was dlachargiMl by tho blow but the bullet glanced to one stdo and Inflicted no serious damage. 1 no of the principals I ntho scrap waK around today with a badly battered fi'ont. To the enquiring public ho reported that he had been "hurt" In a runaway accident. Srlls-I Into Sliows Delights O at Crowd With ( lean a nCdley rr Performances. The Salt Lake Dally Herald, larg est and moM. cnnaervalivn palter In I'lah speaks In tho biKhest praiae of the big Sella-Floto Shown that come to Amarlllo Saturday, Sept. S. It haa been aald that when nu see on show you see all hbows, meaning that they are all alike. This msv he true of the general run of such cnleitalnmnls. There may be bigger companies on the load, there may be some with more canvas tents, rnnre lemonade venders', more !- lera of popcorn and palm leaf reus, but certainly there are none with greater variety or wholesome, ent.'i tslnment. Tho Rells-Flolo Show la called "tho anew beautiful." If nt. entirely clemi performance, If rplck and span wagons, am-ntlvn employer., rourtsy to the public and a compli ance with all the advance prnm1v make a "show beaullful" then the 3"lls Floto combination s entitled to th dean I pt Ion. , ' " Th Ms tent was filled to Ita cn paclty a lb" performance yesierd afternoon nnd e--enl.ii . . id 'f tb'-v was one (lliKMllhfled sueclator V fil in to make hi a pre.o;irM known. From berltinln to end It '.; won h Ing. The nienagerln la i-nm!l,te and be program oitlns about, every thing that h worth seelni; In the show line. A r.i""lal feature Is made of tho trained animala, tho acrobats and the r!own, and all or them ere excellent. Specially notable is the perform- encn of the five potters, a family of acrobats that Hiirpafwea anything in Its lino ever seen here. Tho double twis'tlng somersault done by tho Pot ters in the air while swinging from one trapeze to another,; and various other feats were real novelties. In addition there were remarkable slack and tight wire performances by tho famous Kddy family that ac complish' d entirely mv nni danger ous feats. Tho trained animals were all good, and tho clowns, of whom there wore some thirty odd, kept the audlcnco In an uproar of laugh ter with their antics. The Sglls-Floto Show "won a home for Itself." as tho saying goes, some time ago in these parts. Ita en larged successor promises to more than kcop up the good work. INSURRECTION SPREADS Trouble in Cuba Assuming i Mors Serious ' Aspect-Numerous Engagements Are F Havana, Sept. 1. The insurrection has spread to the province of Puer to Principe. Seventy men have tak en up arms at Morona, led by Gar lea Canzarlaa, speaker of the house of representatives during the liberal ascendancy in that body. The mayor of Moron summoned all the rural guards and followed the Insurgents with the purpose of engaging them Puerto Principe has notified the au thorities here that two hundred mounted men had taken up arms at Arroyo Blanco, near Clego cleAvila, twenty-two miles southwest of Mo ron. This force Is commanded by Dellon Sanchex, an ex-revolutionary general. Insurgent Leaders Captured. Havana, Sept. 1. Dispatches from Santiago announce that rural guards have surrounded the town of Songo sad have raptured Urbano Sanchez, Insurgent leader there. New Method of Delecting Criminals and De serters Inaugurated In the Army and Navy, Washington, D. C, Sept. 1. Ile giDnlng today, flngor pilnt and photographs of every recruit in the I'nlted States army and navy will be taken at all' post and recruiting stations throughout tho country. The finger print method of detect ing criminals, deserters and other un desirable recruits la expected to re suit In h considerable Improveniont In the character of men In the army its it will aid In preventing the ic-en-llstment of men who have been dis honors lily dlMchaiT.ed an well as keep ing criminals out of tho service. llolh front view and profile pho tographs will al.so be Liken of evT recruit and copies will be tiled til the jioht where the negative in taken an well as ulth the military aecre tary at Wabhlngtoii. r"Thfl taking of the photographs nnd finger prints will be In charge 'i non-coimnlKKioncd olliecrs of the Mn nal corps at all the larger recruit lug stations, while at. the less Important iitallona and army pot-ts 111" hospital cropa will ho in charg". The process of photographing b.i been made very td tuple by moans of a flashlight apparatus invented b .Major KiiKsell of the Hgnnl corps. The fiimer prints will be secured by placing the lips of (he fingers of th light, hand on specially prepared car hon paper. W'hil the york yill neppjtsnnlyj proceed Mowlj It is expected that eventually every enlii.ted man in the army will have his photogrph and finger prints on fil nt Washington. In the navy, however, photograph and finger prints will he taken only or the new re'TIlM''. DAY AT CRIPPLE CREEK International League of Press Clubs Visits Mining District on Special Train, Mills Ka?p Open House. Cripple Cre"!;, Col., Fept. I. -Th members of the International !..eaRue of Preys clubs arrived h-re IhN morn Inc on a spe"lal Iran nnd were plot ;l tb- i.tnlion by committees repre renting both the city and Victor, win presented the visitors with big gold plated "keva to the dlflrici." A I r lunc'.ieon as the guests of the Cripple Creek District. Press club the visitor will be taken on a special train to (he top of Hull bill and thencv to tho mines. Open houKe will be kept nt several of tht! mines and mills In order thai (lie visitors may form u clear Idea of how gold ore. is mined and reduced to bullion. Samples of gold ore will he distributed among al the scribes. Tonight there will be an illuminat ed firo run and other entertainment features provided by the city council, press club und citizens. An upprj prlatlon of $100 to the entertail ment fund was voted by the t council. Mayor Conner remark Inl that the money was "to help ent( tain tho best, bunch of fellows wh will ever visit the district." Tho visitors will fit ay here ove tomorrow. Klectriry Eastern Ita 11 con h New York, Sept. 1. Trial runs cj trains operated by electricity are b ing made today on the New YorkCei tral railway between Now York an Woodland. Tho "third rail" syatel Is used. If the test la salisfactoi regular service will be Inaugurate! In a few clays. Many other roads if New York state will soon be electr fled. These Include the West Sho line between Uticu and Syracuse ai the New York & New Haven roil between New York and Stamford. Kclltors to Visit Hawaii. San Francisco, Sept. 1. Amfg the passengers on board tho Iceilc liner Alameda, which Balled tJay for. Honolulu, were about forty i: bors of the Southern California f'd Itorial association. They will sfnd about ten days In Hawaii, an home on September 2 4. ing New Santa Fe Chief Miiglnee Chicago, Sept. 1. W. . St Jr., today assumed his duties as engineer of the Santa Fe railway tern, wth headquarters In this ilef ys ty. Dedicate Topcka V. M. C. M Toneka. Kan.. Sept. 1, The lew Young Men's Christian assoclion building In thla city will be fonllly dedicated today. Officials of tbl Y. M. C. A. from all over the Weafire bare to take part la the ceremon WANT ADS. (One cent a word for first insertion half a cant a word eaoh insertion follow ng. Minimum chargt 15 cants, payablo n advance. For Snle Miscellaneous. FOR SALECleannewspapers for 6alo at Herald ofllcB. 4I-tf FOR SALE One. two and one-half horse-power gasoline engine; al.so A variety of farm tools; will trude for stock, either cattle or hogs. A. H. Webster, City Meat Market. &7-tf KOK SALIC 1 1 very fine Hereford yearlings. Apply to Mrs. Kred Chase, at the Chaw ranch, 3 'i miles south of Amarlllo. ti7-"0 siiKiii rou s.y.i:--i,n;,o rood breeding ewes, 8 pound shearers; (inn spring lambs, and some good buck? with them. Apply to Hoot &. Harmlnson Slitf. Heal Kslnlo Men. Wanted niscellaneous. WANT KM One thousand people to buy land at from :!.oi lo $1.1. On per acre, hutz & Mi l I Ugh, Vernon, Tca:;. liti-i.lp WANTED To rent a houso of 4 or 6 rooms. W. Horpm, Hfraid office. 47tf WANTED -Clean cotton rars at the Herald oltice. 5?.tf Lost. 1, (1ST Pair gobi-rlmmed gt.is-e1-.. K. II. Carpenter on case. Hturn to Panhandle offclo for reward. tf-M H Tor Lavatory work, sewer 'con nections and all classes of tii to- dale plumbing work telephone II. A. Campbell, plumper, successor to Campbell & Bigger. .tf. Buy Your TicKet To Ft. Worth, then take tho Interurban. All cars pass the Union Station 5 minutes after each hour from 6 a. m. to 1 1 p, m. ROUND TSI? RATE , TO DALLAS $1.25 No dust, smoke or cinders. Elegant service. Fast time. AH car pass beautiful Lako Erio. Address, W. F. F0RBESS, G. P. (& T. A.. Fort Worth, Texas !rompt Servic When you notify us by tel ephone or otherwise to call for your package, we don't say "All Right," and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call the same day within a few minutes if you are in a hurry and we deliver the laundered clothing at the time agreed upon. Good work and prompt ser vice does the combina tion appeal to you? Put us to the test. Troy Steam Laundry, Phone 42. Crowdus Bros. Hides, Wool and Storage. Phone 101. Cor 5th & Grant st www mi yi jfp,i'Pi!juii.fl n Sbe round Itellef. If you ure troubled with liver com plaint sitil have not ivi-clvd help read this. Mrs. Mary K. Hammond, Moody, Texas. "I wiih In poor health with liver trouble -- for ovi a eur, Poet ora did me no good and I tried UiMhltiu, mid three bottles cured m.e. I can't say too much for j llerblne. as It Is a wonderful liver1 medicine, 1 always have It In the bouse. Publish where you wish." Sold by I.. O. Thompson K P.ro. T-H PHONE 283 JOE PHILLIPS nam BY I- 600KKEEPIK3 AND SHORTHAND t') 1 I V K p'.i Honfidi'Hcb cmint r. lclrinc In tnk ppml n.-ti-Mi'tloii, who will wirliin ) (iuys i ii j, nil' l rri I , I iu Q.'l l" l, p't 1,111- rr nmumm ST2 . VH ri.39e, f).i!Ias, Wacn, S.m P.ntonli), fiiiln, Galves ton, El Paso, Ft. Wcrt.li, Tyler, 0.? DsiiIsm. TV ho ,..ich nv MAI!, pn.'ivifiillv. or RKKl'.Vl) MoNK.V. .ax l'.wiU.iii"li!p. Arltli ine'ir, Itti-r- Writ In, t rn'imr, C 'iirtoriiti. li.i'i'ne'H Kiiyli")). tiiiinif. cti-. 87 Cull-x in IB Ktii tes S900.000.00 CtpltiU. 1 7 ynnri' wici-.i'ii. ItiiinrsHit liv t n'sHiii"n. S"'i TH.'nttnn; cuter i.ir,- tiimv Writu fT rH'.'if. fD$IT'!iH5 -nr.- or N II f V Mf Flj N DF Q V0U VIST iMiril'irf..H"tiI(Miv.--t iilyKIKi:. 1 wrltunow. tliii; " I (t"-.n' fi V.wiw 1 .nu. i ourniKx'l.l Hum: Stuu)' ( if.cr rnli In tho i-ihH .'! it no a BIBB & WHITESIDE, Roal Estate and Loans, INSURANCE. Suits 7, Oliver-takle Building. Telephone 79. marr ran; - s.w.'TrTSSKrX-xv.Y:. it:.wTJP.ra VermBIBBWyaBBPfiW Irs Sismrner You SSSeed Fruit. Phone us for Berries, Peaches, Lemons, Pineapples, Oranges, Bananas, Plums, Apricots. Apples Also fresh Vegetables, Green Peppers, To matoes, Beans, Peas, Cucumbers and all the delicacies and staples in Groceries that it takes to make good eating. Z . Z. SAVAGE (Successor to SMITH & CURRIE.) 4th and Taylor Phone 97 ri ;awinnr.wajan'a8)Rwia'a gM''ajwaamuai AVE SOME BUYERS for good 160 acre and 320 acre tracts of plains land. If you have land for sale list it with us. J' 1 Bk J mm LAND DEALERS. AMARILLO, TEXAS. A in a r i 1 1 o Hotel Annex. I make a business of feeding hungry people night or day at my old place under improved conditions. Short Orders on Short Notice. STAR RESTAURANT ED I2NQMAN, Proprietor, sccona uoor tosi 01 roaioirice. o-e3e"Pe"M-ee J WANTS TO BUY j 3 to 5 sections Plains 1 IT Land from owners. Must be cheap. CHAS. BERNEB, Box 5S7, Amarlllo, Texai. f -:-a--pe'-e-ee e will crown your efforts to secure Good Laundry WorK if 3 011 sctul your bundle here. Our handicraft symbolizes all that is worlh knowing in the, science of modern Laun dering. PROMPT SERVICE. AmariMo Steam Laundry. 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