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THE TWICB-A-WUI-K IIBRALD, SKPT. i, loOti.
the mm CLOSES. kerrnrn Anniml Meeting of Old ( on federate at Canyon City It Now Hlitoi7. . TtDjoo City, Aug. HI.- Th mt atb anunal Confederal and Want J tut Cowboy reunion cam to a ticeimful eloaa yi tarda. The crowd ob tha grounda wara not to Urea aa tha day bafora but tha neo rla of the Panhandla wara atlll en Jovlug Canyon'a honpltallt y. . Two Klaa A1lrM. - Hon. CUranr.t Outlay, editor of tha Fort Worth Reror4 dellvarcd tha ttroBifit addraia heard during the raunlon yeiterdty morning. He It practical man, a keen and clear talnlrr and haa a direct forceful de livery. Ha dealt, in a enlbi, logi cal manner, with tha Usuea now be fore the people of the aoutb. Hon. Mr. Adania delivered an elo quent oration to. the Veteran! and their frlenda In the afternoon. Old Confederate! fcee the Hhowt. After the routine butltiett of the gttherlng had been flnUhed the "old oyi," In a body, went the roundt nd took In all the attnictlona on the grounda. The nronrletori h'WI pen houe for them and the com rades enjoyed It to the limit. They rode the hobby hornet, the merry, go-round while the band pluyed tntrrh time. They were all boy again together. H aa their ahow and they were out to enjoy It. The -"broncho buMln" yeHterdiy morning waa the best during the re union. The flaby Show. The greatest event of the whole gathering, in tome peoples' Judge ment, was the ahow yesterday of Panhandle bablee. By term ef the content, no rhlld over one year of age wat ellslble to entry. Put under teat an (her were all nrtn and aeaei of burden, boy bahlet, girl ba blet, blue-eyed bhlt. brown-eyed, yllow-btlied, blHrk hwIred and red btlred harden. Hiiht (bat rhened their thumb'!, nn.1 other" bo pi ferred thlr te for refreshment. Bardn tltet. Itnsbej end Kl-Ued and gtroboled ind mad epn fun of t h Judit. Tbey v rn'?-i0 rn'iii and J their ulitnpn fvl ih.v r t'tfr. O It- WIS to wnn-.- t ,al It ti (!,- (mire r 'imi ti'ii i lorr x rf 0 . ' elalnn. f-T mi i'i l(t"rt1i-n I i i Mtry t.'a in "I! ' ', Harrrll, t f.- f--boys to W.-Jijo-. !'T H. A. ind. H-t- Griff, t,,. r. i d"iv BIO TIME FOIt THK DM) HO VI. W. It, I'leiiMiiiN Cani of Vrlrrant Will l-njoy Camp-fire, llarberiie nil Cela'bratlon. (Trom Frlday'a Dally Tanhandla) Thla It the buty day for W. B. Pleraoiit camp, IT. C, V. Today they are completing arrangementa for their big time tonight and tomor row. Tonight the Vetcrant, with their famlllea, will camp at the Franklin place on the Amarlllo creek and tomorrow thoy, and their frlenda, will have a whole day of feaatlng, ipeech making and jollifying. Today the committee In charge It buty getting, together the nereaaary equipment for tho camp and haul ing tenia, aeatt, rarop furniture and commlfltary auppllet to the ground. Tonight the comradet will tent on the ground and got together around the cainp-flie. Tomorrow, they expect to entertln their frlenda. Their hott Felix Franklin, baa prepared to barbecue beef nd mutton for hla gueta, and the vlittora will epread out their baeketa In a big picnic dinner. I'n- der the large tent, betldet abort talkt and routine ImihIiicha, Hon. John W. Veale will deliver an ad- dreKt In the morning and Governor J. X. Frowning, In the afternoon. The Denver road haa granted ape- clal train aeniro to th grounda, ao Amarlllo people can canlly rearh the celebration. The morning north bound pHMcnRer will atop at the grounds and the evening aouth-bound will pick up pnssensrrH nt the ramp for the return trip. Tim plrnlr grounda are only a few yarda from the Denver track. . J i-olrnn-il il' :t.. ri i For Ml llnrka. Mlat Blanche and Mr, .lark Gib In entertained a number of frlenda Wed nesday evening In honor of their guont. Mis Frances mirka or Fort Worth. Karh girl of the party was given drawing material to draw tha portrait of the young ninn lth whom he bad eom. Th boy thrn Med with rarh other In belnr? model :ounR pien while their partner did i e s,n (hoy rould with the eiihjr (h at ntnd. Mitt .1 ii.i n 1 1 Trtvlr.' pe.rtra; of hr moftl. I,lndny Nunn. won flrt plTi In th hlMlnn and to her wi, annrdfrd ih Ikkt priz", a h.ind iorif nrtlit'i proof. Mlai pimple liu'ln prfl(l at the vmh lion) ijm'lns (lie cvenlnp. To 'I 'll l' -r p'i t m ); fn i fre-.hni!itv, hnw; I Rlri f!rc- numlinri 'l t;m l;. f;'frl e-aralr pler.. Py WHITE SWAM MINCE MEAT That it really richer ia flavor and far tupetior to tho homemado Lin A You may depend upoo it being made frora puie ingredienti, in fac) everything packed under tha While Swaa Brand it guar anteed abtolutely pure and free from aQ adulteration. It ia really abiurd to go to all the worry and trouble d making your own Minca Meat, now. that you eta buy the White Swan kind at your grocer't. Or if he doe not keep White Swan, tend Ut hit name. The Waplc.-Platter Grocer Company Deaino Ft Worth Dalte I 'ie " U!o'lr; ihe' rttrertloi' throurli in ; , .rai cun-i f fri:n: th-':- up- Mrt. V.-B. R.ee'f!. ! rf 1 ,) ,ii !- -,vr- frvoi and f.jvors t,rh'. ttt" tlrct pri In tn Ri' I p ' :v. 'n -ro h-.n i pi!i!f ! n?iue an-l ihio .Judgea greatly )jr,'te l t',;ii e I'rs i . --!. it' nTlnwii r::l, re M is prlte had not bcn preurd for very i'i ukth Pm-Ks, ' Fort Worth: Ninei l Fly. PhI!hk; Chrrka Conrnd, Topekn. 'Knnn. ' ' fiood Time for the Lramicn, Tuesday night Mr. nnd Mth. Felix Frtnklln werp. hot nd hostens to p jolly crowd of Kpworlli I.eaRiiera t their benuilful place on Amnrlllo Creek. The I.eaguera In bl dray agona upholstered with atrnr. tttrted for the rreik at nunst. There were tome fifty or sixty young po pi In the crowd and no onn i.Hlitorl who anw or beard th"m thiit the wre out for a good time and wi" having P, At. the FrtnUlin placp, th l.aa iir nre glvn th rtgh'-of-wiy. Tables under the trB r-r s .on rov rd with ennri thine." from the bar ke'.n. In eddtrin to In bkts, thn pronin in rha'T.p hl provl!r" riitcrrnlnnt( rnnujrh for "iiill'id rprt-.ii ":"Mi'." Th l.'Hruprn showed thti timy i.-ni'.v hov to 'i niunr vi.-ti i I rr ii !) t.i mi i-. :.ni! pot a r!:i - i v rifrml'in lvo -,i a :-.-. iit liriiniif down r'"P",.l it lni""'",il fj!' l,lc':ti srvivr th treir nd ti'orn lltht e(rrq tl" rufl mae th ri(--n M ,i i'i baby. Home FxbiliHIon. Ia "the exhibit .building, the dir. play attracted much attention. I.tn clou Panhandle pearhct, grnpea, op plea and petra proved the potilliili tlea of fruit rllng on tho plaint". Field products and garden vegetables vera thown that would have won gwardt at any fair. . Eapeclally, attractlTg waa the din flay of fancy work. Moat of the work, In embroidery, Mexican drawn work and lace was tho product of Ue.ladlee who exhibited it. But erne especially fine plocea of work from Mexico, Peru and othor placet irere loaned by tho owners for exhibition. ,A Remarkable Chicken. . . A three legged' rooster grown near Canyon City excited much comment gome enthusiastic Canyon citizens al leged that the extra UrumBtlck was only one step toward the perfection of a Ktraln which ia being developed ia the wonderful cllniato nenr Can- raa. City and that, In a short time, poultry ralaera in thia fa rored, clime will leave off ralalng antiquated sin gle action -eh Ickena and will begin turning out yellow legged roosters wita four drumsticks, two wishbones and without neck or wings except on pedal order. Open House at New fctore. , (From Frlday'a Dally Panhandle) Messrs, Hackworth & Warren are putting the finishing touches to their store today getting It In readinesa for tha big opening tomorrow. They expect to play the part of hoata to morrow and Invite the public to be their gueati. An orchestra will dis course music during the day and the proprietors wish to give everyone the "glad hand." Of course, they are going to to sell goods too, but tomor row Its "open house" at the store, and the main thing is getting acquainted, Dr. Albert J. Caldwell. Specialist on diseases of Eye, Ear, Koje and Throat. Office rooms I and S, Eakle building, corner etn and Polk. Hours, 8 to 12 a. m., 2 to S P. ffl, t For llip'NI. Mcliola Club. Mlrn Re-lle Wllnon gave one of the moHt charming entertainments of the summer Wednesday afternoon with a porch purty to tho St. Nicholas Club and gucsta. . Swcct-peas furnlnhed the decoration schemo and fresh f re grant bunches, sprays and chiMi'it of theje delicate flowers filled the house and porch. Tables ware set for forty-two and the guests drew beau tiful hand painted curds with sweet- pea blossoms for their scoring. At the gamea Miss Floyo Strohwig led with tho highest score and received a hanilHomo hand-pnlntcd pinto o? I ho hofitess'a handiwork. Refreshments of cake and ices in colors wero served. A large number were pres cnt Including many oul-of-town gtlObtB, ", A Note of Thanks. Wo may never be ublo to see each and everyone of you to express our deep gratltudo for tho many, many acts of kindness shown our dear Bes sie during the long, long months on a bed of affliction. Your remem brance of her aided greatly in help ing to make her happy. She would often say, "They never tire of, or forget mo, the seasons come and go, stjll I'm remembered." We sincere ly thank all .who In any manner helped to cheer and brighten her life either by a visit, smile, handshake looks, edibles, delicacies, flowers music, etc., etc. Again and again we thank you, and may God reward you A. 0. BOYCE. AXN1E BOYCE. WILL BOYCE, KATIIR1XE BOYCE, ALBERT BOYCE, J "ilENRY BOYCE, -OLUB BOYCE, LEON BOYCE. Work on the Slcrni do hi Cm. Tho new wvll drilling outfit tit th Sierra do ?a Crui mine In the Can adian break:, r.tar FleMa, has oeon hard at work since It was put in op edatlon several days ago. This ma chine wilt ! UH!1 f ir lmltlnt: down prospect holes and locating the rich est polntg iu the drift. Iin:ir t 1 - I i rrturne.- liomn. alnslti." and 1' 1 1 n P. IV erllo"ri ri'ip. n:i lbv rau-e , Mvr. ,T. .1. Diet, h former Denton county num. regiMri I nt i Ue F.lmhirst Wed nesday. By Wednesday nftednoon he had Invented several thousand ilol ladi n Amnrillo ronl ewtate nnd Thursday morning he hsd a force of carpenters at. work erect Ing him a residence. Mr. Dless purchased prop erty from P. II. Scewald and is build ing his resldenc north of the Recwald house on North Lincoln street. But. this was only a beginning for Utr. Dlcss. Ilo has ordered, and now has on the way. 750,0(10 feet, of lum ber, which ho will Immediately use In extensive building operations in Aiiwlilo. Mr. Dies Is n shrewd business man who bas Investigated many prop ortions in tho developing west, but Amarlllo suits him and lie intends lo make it his home and plnro of bus iness. i Boo, Bid It. Misplaced bona was this mover in a lamentable brawl on the station platform pt Cnyon Tuesday :ilUr noon. There was a largo crowd of Amarlllo people, Including many la dles, on the platform waiting for the evening train. A you H man, who in too many drinks had mado reckless, persisted in using language which made him offensive to the bystanders. One of the baseball' boys ordered him to stop. He retorted with further abuse and the baseball man punished him with a few quick, straight-arm Jolts. In an Instant the crowd around there became nsecthlng most ot 'men, but eoY r heads prevailed aud the fighters were separated. Through a misunderstanding the fight came near being renewed a few minutes later by the brother of the man who sutfe.vl In the first encounter. Strayed or Stolen. Two horses about 16 hands high. Each branded with an "H" on thoulder. One horse bay and one brown. The brown horse has a large wire cut on right fore foot. Will pay for information leading to their recovery. 7x-tf Mcknight bros. Work on Mctliodlxt Church. (From FiiiUy's Dally Panhandle) McAllister A Agee begun work yet lei day moving the old Methn.llht chunh tu Its temporary kite, wlwnn It will remain while the new building Is being eiei'lcd. The o dliuliillilK will be moved ai ro:,s the hired from lit prexput location. The general contractor for the new building, H, W. Link of Dallas, ar rived from Dallas Tuesday and Is ready to push tha construction us soon as the ground can be cleared. The new bulldla will be of Pt. Louis huff colored brick with red brick trimmings. It will cost $)!.i.o,)o and will be one of the finest house of worship In the state. By (lie terms of the contract, the building Ik lo be ready for occupancy at the end of six months. Th contractor hope. to complete the work It. four months. Ill: I.CIT IV HASTE. Hohoney Place Sold. By terms of u trade completed Wedueaday, It. L. Moss become tho owner of the K. L. Dohoiiey place on Fllmorn street. Th lot front a 1 ." feet on Fllniore street, corner of Eleventh. The properly Is well ini-i proved, with windmill and storac' tanks, blue grass lawn and one of the finest growths of fruit and other trecaj In the city. The consideration In the trade was f.'i.onn. K. L. Dolioney Is already maMng preparation to Imil I further south on Polk street. Cigar Store Sold. (From Fiidiiy'a Daily Panhandle.) The Amarlllo Ciuar Stiue waa M'I'I t Sheriff's sale this afternoon In H. M. McDonald for $72." to tatltfv creditors holding accounts aggregat ing shmit $nnn more. Mr. MaDnn aid will roopen the Moie nnd con tinue the hnsino'. While Officii' Talks Ivcr Phone, UN Man Takes Leg P.uil. (From Saturday's Dally Panhandle.) Why In came to telephone cx rUHiiKu In company with mi officer, and why he left so quick nil by him self, has liceii the ulisoililng Hos iery ut the telephone exchange. Last nluht, shortly before 10 o'clock, four men came to the loin phone ovi liiinr,'' In thu Hank of Com merce building One of the men, who was evidently an officer, asked for long distance connection with tin sheriff Ht Canyon. Tim long distance operator, Miss Parsons, heard the of ficer toll the sheriff at Canyon he had his man and (hat the man had confessed. Tlio officer ihen nsked thu sneiiff for further Insi m-i Ions. Before III "further Instrm-lliuih" hsd time to arrive, tho plsumer brushed his companions aside and had started In long Jumps for other points. The prisoner's two compan ions who stood at the door seemed to enjoy the situation a gnat deal more tlnill tile officer, who broke out of th 'phone hiinth lu a doiililo ac tion hurry and started In the same direction the prisoner had taken. When last seen v the telephone peo ple the officer was leading the ch;.s'. l.v a neck and several lengths. TEETER-MARTIN LAND CO., Sells Panhandle Lands. Richard startled his mnthor rnie day by asking, "How doen It cm o that Ned's papa Is Mr. Arttuan through the week and Jesus on Sun day?" "Why. Klchard. be Is alay Mr. Artman. He n't Jesus. " "Yes, ilo Is. On Sundays we alng. ' It v your pennies all to Jestia,' and then Mr. Aitman comes 'round and pes -m." THF. BIG AND , THE GREAT SHOWS CONSOLIDATED Iw 1 SitLLrLrS AMARI Saturday, Sept. No Show like tills was ever 5een in your city The limit of poc;'bility reached. Marvelous Wonders,-Strange, Curious Savage People. i 000 PEOPLE. 108 CAGES and TABLEAUX. We will oflVr iIu'n week 16.) acre very fine fruit and SRrl I'tiltural I. mil, all nice prairie land, only 2'io feet to arlehiaii water for irrigation purpose. If set to alfalfa would produce a man a fortune. Joins the bciiuliful town of Valentine, JclT Pavis County, Texas. Ex change for lauds near Auiarillo. Act ut once and j;et u liar.iiu, TEETER-MARTIN LAND CO., Room 14 EaKls Building. Amarillo, Texas. LOW VACATION RATES i To all Resorts in the North and l:ast in Effect Until September 30th. Electric Lights and Fans Convenient Schedules Cnfc Observation Cars Fred Harvey Dining Rooms EVERYTHING JUST RIGHT. Write for Honklct nnd Full Information G. W. STRAIN, G. P. A Ft. Worth. fet; 4-..V;m Vpt ItV LOW RATES for the H0MESEEKER, Pfipi COLONIST. 1 Herds of Perarming Elephants 8 Open Pens of Tr; Mid-Air Acts. 40C!o ing lot of Fun-Makcf Arabian Stallions. ncd Beasts. 30 Novel ns, a Singing, Laugh s. Ben Hur Herd of Street Parade A It H mmmi ttm fee Every Mornhg at 10 a. m. rom everywhere to Excursion rates M Mill LL SATURDA SEPT. 8th. TOURIST. I;'."r iU' niiiil r'riinnher reuui'l trip excursion ftes to all tmp.vi.mt ri--"r! i" lit'- l-ui'l. tni lirlin Chie.ico, Kama City, Demf, St. ivul, ;--t. i.oiiu. l.nw one w.tv aii'l r'.iiuil tri rnt r- (o California diily ; lo to Pert, l.-iii'l., SpoV-inf, Helena anH ihhuv intetmrilinte points. Iloit-.f-i ol .-r'n t'.mi'lti ii laic-, to Amarillo, fiuymon, Esttniti, Tnrs'l.it nti'l Nitimlap-. Spccidl Bargains Round Trip Penvr, t"lor.ilo Spiinj;", our fre Sept, io, 20, T, l, HCCOUBt Iiks Ci-utclini.il tlcl.r,itini!, AtlnntH, C.-i.. one f.nr plui $2, Oct, H nw 9, account nomc ronirr'!; ni nr-i" m. Ol-.l ili'ini.i. i. ii i-, I ii -lino Convention, sppt, 7, 8 nnd 9, one fare .ln-fi. Torntit", Sept. 17, n, 1 1, Kraii'l Lodge L f. O. F., one fare plus f '.on, Kiin-m-s City. Oct. s. f 7, N nnd 9, Koyul Live Stock thow, on f.ne plus $. Wi iti: PHIL A. AUER, G. P. A.. C. R. 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For a tine selection in loose and mounted goods, see . , , SEEWALD. The Jeweler r 1 -.. in.4i . m 4., a f . a, ..f a m a a.- f ,'- "