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TUB TWlCn-A-WEHK HERALD, SEPT. 28, 1906 THE TV:cr;.A.Vr.EK HERALD I'libllsli.-d null 'I'ii-'S'Li v it n il Prlday 1 iiv i". p.okskn Hiiierrd the 1 ' -1 ftl lit Aniar lllo, Texas,-as mtiukI clasn until mat .i - ... . T - - - l filial Oi-giin of l ily of Anmilllo I u nl Potter ( ounty t ,' 'T ADVKIlTISIXtl PATHS: iiispluy, Ki per l'l'h each Insertion Locals, fx: per 1 i 1 1 each insertion i'l:lslllcd. lc por word first, inser tion. V per word cu li sulisecuctil iisc-vtlon. ;t nscui I'Tion' $1.00 pku ykak. I'll.' II. I'.. 1.1 WlH "''"'' coining "nil when ur niii.' expire" nines i i f III nutlioi l.'d to on 1 1 nui' ii. .Should miv lM i Hit r f. ill i" i'.' elvo Tin- Herald regularly, I'!' -use- idviM' m in "n,u y 'iU',, '"' U''" llOllO. ny errors reflecting upon tilt' Mianutcr. standing or reputation ol inv person, firm or corporation Hicli niiiv npi ;ir i "", ",n IS "! I'lu' llrniid will ho kindly t on. 'i i. d upon it being brought to in.t jrlllioil of tilo publishers. l'ltl PAY, SKIT. 2S. 1 !'. ; PKMOCKATIC TICKET. For Governor, v. m. 'niiiiiM'ii of Palestine. : For Lieutenant Coventor, - A. H. Davidson of t'ticro. Kor Attorney C.eiierul, It. V. Iaitl-tii of tJalvoMon, Kor Controller, ,T. XV. Stephens of Austin. Kor Lund Commissioner, -v J. .1. Terrell of Austin. ' ,, Kor Rlato Treasurer, Sain Sparks of Hell County. Kor Supt. of I'ublic Instruction, i;. It. Cousin of lluiitsvllle. Kor Railroad Coinniltlonor, I,. J. Storey of LoeMirtH. For Chief Justice Supremo Court, H. It. (Jaincs of Austin. Tor .ludfje Court Criminal Appeals, J. X. Ilrndmnn of Calvert. For Stale Chairman, G. f. Canleii of Dallm. "". Kor IT. Senate, JompIi XV. Ihiiley of Oalncsvillo, For Congress, John XV. Me ens of Vernon. -For Klato Senator, John W. t alo of AmarMo. -For Representative, j. K. Il.nvmaii of Amarillo. -" I' or IMt lri. t .linlo, 3, X. ItniwiiliiK of Amarillu For DiMriit, Attorney, Ucniy liishop of Amarillti , For County Judge, Srtm K. Merrill, ij;";. V. For Sheriff. , " ' J. L'. Unfiles, 'i. ' Jf'or County Treasurer, -f X. H. Tudor. . '. For County A Homey,., Hugh I mphries. ' jVV .' ' Jt'oi Tax Assessor. - j J. r. Floyd. For Coniiiilsi.ioQcr, ' John Kerr. For -AuluJ.il and Hide. .IuspeeU'i', If. ii. tNidP r. ixri;rLii.vr ticket. For County Judge, J. W. Uonn. y . For Sheriff, ': V.:; (I. It. Iteiil. For Animal arid IHdo Inspector, ti. M. Snider. Now MK. J!oi;inso r.i; (ioiih The Aniarillo Jiaily J'auliaudlo dhrea'etia to unit, on accouul tif lack if patronage, Tlietw is.-n&l hln fts Imiihliini; ;ihout.t t Ipit. . Jl, wtnild have liCCii .a.stonihhiiiK jf it ,had h'Tii any jit her way. What would ou ex j.ett of ; town thill, had S,0til jieople imd less than eiln iurhes of i:ood tudewalks iei- front, foot to st'iy nolh- " itir of iu Rood streets and a puhliej indifference llmt whuls out even the HJII. 1K tb'a;; on th.'Si: streets'.' A pnod daily is entirely out of place in such a town. What they want is ii small pica weekly with a patent inslrlP. Hoswell Renislor-Trihiine. Dour Rohlnson, you will probably povor in tho eoirpo of your lifo, ex perieTiro the nnhdly nnd piously Chriftlsn 'Joy that ramo over us on reading that, for memory brinps to us the gentle obituary you wrote on the various predecessors of the Semi Weekly Herald when you assumed editorial chaiRe, You nave ns a rea son why no newspaper hud r.vr'r sur cceded in Ainarlllo that tho In- ' tPllectual and financial Hiatus of the newspaper people had fallen so low that the average busiiiesR man would actually 'run if he piiw on of them toni'inc & tho street; Ot tho pcoyiit .,' ' "' ' ' ' INKS. I'ENS. PAPER AND SCHOOL TABLETS 5 Cents Up to 35 Cents. SCHOOL SUNDRIES. l'inc Perfumes, Soaps, Hair I'.ruslies, Clothes Uruslies, Combs, Toilet Wate rs ami Various Articles kept in a Ki.st-Cl.iss DriiK Store Used by k liool children of all apes. Come and see tis. Yours to please. GOLDING DRUG COMPANY, 412 POLK. of AiuarlUo liiul horm villi ainf.Hi' liutii'iui' the al'lli'iloii ol' llio Anmr illo S' a r mid otluT lil.o 1 i .-! i ;i l.l- joiuiniU. And now liny '''' iilmut lo hiivt.' a piij.t'i' wlileli would not o'1- y ha' moral and lntrll.Mtii.il man- iih'.'lili'nt but linain-lal naeMiu; as well, and von iviilly frit that hoth thr man and Hm hour had arrived. Md ihty anlM' dear hoy'.' No man will. deny thid. no ii1jIt or more lu illiatit ! editor ever wasted lie' nil . J II 1 l, n i. tuiiiie: n.isi. hparu m nor .i me, mi. .... i. .it . l.,.n ..,,,,..11'' i,, naner ever la lion', more im'lstiini ly fur a town than did ' ii.,. .i,i i.if inn I'M lo : no one fan , ii'" . . ., deiiv Us liiiaui ial slau.liii);, mr w"ie not .some of the wealtlii. hL riti.eiis, nieirhaiits, hankers and every lnill iiw kini i. luililei'K'.1 Xiid et. and .M l ' idual. wheiher lie he ;i huslneKs man did ou not ahaiiiloii jour interest In dUnsi? Wlmi. .In Mm really lliiiik now iihout the in'ellerliial and I'iuaurlal ahilitv tit those who preceded mmi'.' Were thrv the unmilij;ai idiots on thought them, or were they not'.' When Mr. llo. sen took charge of the Herald he very wisely did not de preciate the ability of the men who h 'lit trtlW 111' f.-ire hut decided Hie equipment was at. fault and at once set about to remedy il. He has in vested thousands of dollars, from which he will not, lor .wars, receive even the smallest interest, lie hired able talent lo assist ; he Ives the loiiK desired press service; hs Is on speaking terniH with llni banks of tho city. Tho bankers of tho city actually shako hands with him on the streets, jilu! M l, and yet, lie is on the broad road thai h'a'ds tn where they will not ho any prouder of his iiciiuaintatir.i than liny were of the editor of the Star and the HHP.! Hod-' ser Daily. You leat tied, dear Uobitisoii, and Mr, 1 loosen will learn, that I ho c maik made to Us tun e by one of the leadins hankers and well hie:. I men of the whole I'anii.itulle, is H ue: "I would tmt He five tents l.i liae the Dallas News. in Aniarillo." The fault lies not with th'" brains or mon ey thai is in the paper.-;, but with Hie business men who will wm; live leuls, lei. tho papers of I lie town ;; whore their checks must bo 'i as bestos. Here's to "ii dear boy, hopiu:; "ii have fallen on happier limes and more prourcssivo people, for you de serve hut It. Daily l'araon. A HA" IWIMv It, is gratifying lo note the rapid strides that nr.i beiiu; mailo in the way of improvements in the city, and this fact Is not only at trai l in;; the at tention of llm residents, but the slran Ber as well" is daily taking nr of such. This is well. The many preliy homes that are hoini; built uro not only a ureal credit lo the fily, and would he lo a much larner one, bul. ihev show the faith of those people in Aniarillo. Tho business Imm tlial ure under construction am leniplated p Mill furl her are con Id show llu: ful lire. Tho blo of sidn walks nr.; ass ks and lib" ks Is beyond es timate, hut villi all this, Aimirlllo is badly in need of one other improve ment that would be one of the strong est talking poiu's for her, and would probably uivo """'e pleasure lo her people and visitors than any oilier one l liiiiK -- that is a city park. The movement in the direction til' aciiulriiiK such was made in the Civic, league- -the initial meeting of that bodv. and a move that deserves meat praise, but tho fad that the ladies havo more work ahead of them than Hiry can conveniently d", is evidence enough that they should have Hie co operation of the business men or their organization. No one doubts their abiuty to Ret a park for Ani arillo but other things that Ivy hf;ve sot out to accomplish cannot be put asldo until tho work Is done. A park for a city, after havins attain ed the size that this now Is, to nay iiolhlng of the wonderful Ri'owth that continues, is a public necessity. Hy all means Aniarillo nhoitl.1 havef ti yuik and the sooner such is secured, - i STREET. III." hoonrr will (ho people Miill.e llio import. illro uf SUell. As to till i-iiM nf mi. h ic ii lonihe to say, hut no m. itt. r what. Hi.' eost, mil h u pl:n e wmi1i pii( heiip wh. il roniijai wi'h Hie many lii'tieflts derived. Tli lai!h i ate tn he I'oiuiii. niled on their mil: I exi ' lleiil hiart In the dlrerllon ol a moro liraiitilul Ainailllo mid v.. are sure thai t ln-i r rl'l'oil are ap iirei iated hy every person that has . i i... i i. .t.i ii. 1..., 'pa 1 1 iol Ism ll'Vrr won n hattle unlesa harked up hv fmiiii "I'IkIiI." Tim Civle league wants n i.ark and will '. L ... . . ...II. .1.. ..I ...I....... in ir, nur, wiui uie in iji i iiiu.-m or not, will earlier than lilolle. Til.' see i hem pet K ninth if liiey havo to ko it (lawinnjt of the year j 1 It 0 7 iuil a hould uot. find Amarillu with tHy i.ark, or a well defin hoove in that direction. TH I! SANTA I K ItO.M S Hardly a day passes hut what in onirics are heard as to tho pronreas thai is boiii;' made ill the Santa Fe tnaiier. Manv of these are Inado by si rangers and a few of them uro at" luallv mado by citizens. Tho Snnts Ko railroad has iiRi'rcd to make cor lain improvoiiifrnis here, lasting om: loo, with the consideration a bo nus. No trouble scarcely was v countered in pdlliiK the required amount sinned for. This was looked upon by the outside world as a prac lical ussur.iii'i) Uiat tho improve nu nls would he made, to say nolh iie; of what. Hi" people of tho city ilniiihl and therefore; has caused many people to nun.) to this city who otherwise would not have done s.i. II has 1 ii a K'eat advertise nieiil, for Aniarillo and continues I ho nub, but Hie delay in merlins tin-so nameiits as reiuir0d, has caused no end of hindrances Hi rlos in- the matter up. The sooner Kiich i s (Inn" Hie sooner will tho work he ;;iii on tin; improvements. 11 is a thin;; to bo reurclted thai tli.. business men of the city have ne;;b'cled their part in tho ttalisat lion, and a Ibim; that not only tans os Hie people of this section of 111 si ale. to heroine doubtful ill lilt: mat i. r but is causing Hie visiles to ca slrylnl c.lances nnd make un ..-.line lellinks Tin! IM'OlllO O (ho city of Aniarillo whether husi ness men or d.iv laborers, should rallv tn the situation at oiuo iitu nut only put an end to the wild and iin. oniiilimeiilarv talk I hat is so fre- (ineully heard, but do their duly as was agreed s the proposition can lie closed iiii.l the work lieunu. The hll Installment of t lies.) payments was due Sept. Ti and if is learned that only nineteen out, of one liundreij and eiplily-sei'ii citii.ens havo paid Iheir portion of Hi" throe Install ments. Kilteen of those ono hun dred and eiuhi.v-seven havo pnld iiothiu. spveul-lw.i have paid tho first only and one hundred and h!x-y-ihroe have iaid thu first and sec ond. The amounts duo of the first h! yi.til'i. "I' 'Ii" second $t,lilti.r( and of Hie last I i".i'.r. Thus wo havo ii total amount of $ I a,:i liH. 1 ," of tho bonus money all over-duo and which if it was In the hands of the proper parlies as if should have been loiii;- ayo, would soon see I ho entire! laud that is required purchased, the houses moved and then in a very short time (he Santa Ko people, would bociu their work as they seem, anx ious to do. Tho report has grown current that a number of those who have signed for amounts, some of thoni men of ineaiia. show no dispo sition whatever to livo up to their agreements and therefore, tho mutter will ho taken to court to forco the payments. What a reflection on tho city of Aniarillo! What a reflectlo.i on tho citizens who havo tho pleas ure to hero reside! What a reflec tion on the business men who have been so negligent of their duties that a bonus mailer will havo, to ba taken to law to ho eettled! Tluit tho pntlrot. Imn of th" peopln of HiIh, the inetrop olU of the Ki't-at SouiIiwchi, luis fn leu to that point wilt-re their hflf InHtlnt ts out Uiilnn. o I ho Interest In the elty In o thlnK to ho deepl regretted. Tliut nut h u mutter Hhonld hiivo to he curried hrfom h Jury to deterinliiii wlietlier or not u man In t ho ryeR of thu law Is i t'spoiihlhlo for n tlllllK that he hliH Mulled to do, Is rertalnly a peeulliir kIiikh f the Katun hihI will ruiixe iimtiy n person t(v)liliih (P'.'iiiy at th tliousbt. What un InipreHslon mich resort would uiulj.) on the outlde world, whh h now him Un eyoH on Him wonderful I'unhiimlle and her leiidlnK elty, Is not ventured In these euliiiuu. What tbn North niul Kast would think of tho "uueeii city of the plains" ami jicl' I'eSiiUleerill leilltory hiiouhl mtih fonie to pass, would ho ll leek Irs dare, on our pail. l.ft It nt hoped that the people, who lire (on.ertied in tins mailer, will eoilie to tilts Hallalloll of th" seriousness of the nit nation. ! tfti ,i thousand doUaid. thouuli h huiii lurne In tho ees of 0,lt' 's ''"'I1 the huekel wheo nearly two hundred , lilrns nr.. hehliid It. The Santa Kit proposition 1 before tho people today mom so than ll whh when tin honiiH was signed for and fir tin sake of the nam..' of the city If notu- Int? elne, the people who lire duo tin payment 'should come to the rescue and keep sneh out of tin' courT. II nosslhle .ii ml It Is, save the pood name of .iuiirui"; mim me nuuu , . t i name of her clllxens; respond at one. wlili the amount that uro due and aid In pushing the metropolis ol the Panhandle " to (lie fore, tn.' p,,ne she bo (lerseives. AS OTIIEHS VIEW IT Anofhar wreck ocenrred ou the PnvMr near Vrnou, 3ptnibor M It looks like this roHil has entrod Into a coutiHrt with tho Lord to pop ulafe heav.n or else thjr havo a tou tract wi'h the "old man" bflow. These things are a little to common to make trcnvcllng a wholesome past tlnie. Some now cross lies and a lit tle ballast would stop most of this. Tho Denver Is one of the best pay ing roads in the state and It Is In excusable in them to hoard up nione us they aro doing nnd let the road get. in a condition like thai' at pres ent. The railroad commission should he doing something.-- Plainvlew News. H A It VEST EDITION' The llavlor county ltanncr. as per announcement, cunin out last week li s ;i special "harvest edition" a pa per wo must say would do credit tn a town many times the le f Sey mour. It is won PHM'-q PQ .i pngraphieal nppoaraii.t', ts A-l, In addition to splendid write npa of the industries and the business tnon, the banner carried .1 Isrrp HOTOllUt Of advertising, which but showaht tb i Ifirens ioin hands with the HdPori in that bustling little city, to ptufl Seymour and llaylor county. The proposition to pave Polk t,tret.-l is one of 'ho loiies that 1 being. freely discussed these days. Frnn the drift of Hie conversation it Is. nieoMng wild th" approval of Ujaov of the cliizens , The resident portions j of'lho city will some day Ijo pavei but a start niusl bo made and tiatu rallv Polk or i-onio oilier bu,;inoro street is looked on as the right place for that start. Wlhlo jou are about, your other. diilles do not forget to talk the pan-, handle fair proposition. Ask your friends and neighbors what they think about H and get together as, soon us possible and talk it over in a meeting No one doubts hut thatsnr.h. would be a grand thin tor the Pan handle in general and Amarltlo in. parHcnlar, Don't delay In the matter, do It now. . The man whor).iiiidSHiide1k.s.ia a 'public bencfno.tor,anrt;th-raniTHt-de walks you build the-hljfRe.r honrtactor you are. In putting down's. Rood walk you enhance the value of your own property .that of your neighbors and in fact the entire 'city. Your ueiglibor does likewise, f tho railroad Is us slow gelling Iheir work .begun in 'Aniarillo as I no peoplo uro in pulling up wh-'t they agreed to, the inillenial tlsvo will havo passed and thoro will ho flontji of time to chain the dovil a st fond lime before tho first corner stone- Is laid. You can't blame a person tor jm' Ing a big.prlee-of admission and then having tho privilege of slt'linr o i tho sharp edgo oan eight, Pich. plank through tv two hours pori'oruinneos There is no other placi to go, and tho peoplo of 'Amarlllo enjoy an opera as -well. a8UhoBiof.Qlheivltowus.. Iiosplto tho fact 1 hut nonio tlnio has elapsed hlneo the "ItlsHlnq; Iiur" made Iu iippeuriuico and niuny people had begun lo think tho "terrible In sect" ejilluct. Il Is reported that one baa been seen in Aniarillo. Those who have, feara of biicU had best take noHce ami old maids uro warned against taking; any ham-en whatever. Vol. 1, No. 'i o ftho Uuruhurt Heek baa found Its way to tho exchange liibi.t of (ho Dally Panhandle. The inugaxiiio la a splendid ono in every sport and will ho apporclaled by the craft. Hai'iihart stuff Is all right and Hob Dyer is tho "man behind tin) ih rone." The man who would not give flvi cents to have the biggest newspaper In the stale published in Ills lioun town, la proli.iiily the kind of man who would fear to place money at HI per cent lent tho man who got it would re-lot It at 20. The Civic. league Is hard at work on I ho park proposition and it is b'lirtied that they aro contemplating gelt lag ;i carload of shade trees to put out. Now its up to bonio Am arlllo phllHiiihroplst to get in some telling work. The newspapers of tho slalo that have been going after Hrynn so siren uoiisly of late will no doubt take a vacation In Uio matter, .loo JUIIcy and 1 he Waters-Pierce are m much cloi.'r home. A visit to tho opt r.v house when there Is standing rooi.i only, nr. 'has been of late, Is evldeiico enough that Aiiiiirlllo is ircHtling on' her own toes iu not erecting a largo an-1 modern play house. The paving proposition is a raost worthy one and should meet with file hearty approval of the or. pie of Aniarillo. Eevciy resident In the city ould be benefitted by paved streets whether a property owner or not. Suits against ahout half a hundred of the leading business men of A m -afillo for bonus money would s.ve'l the court dockets, but. wouldn't look good to tho outsido world. Ilalley Is now accusing Hearst nu.l Coln.ilil of being Hie direct cause of llm trouble he has on his liatnK The people of rfl'exas think tho Win ters-I'lerce Oil company has soni" llilng to do with It. .lust think, if Aniarillo had a city park, tile people who come here would not have to buy a house ev- Cash will I i dpi 050 These shirts are of the E. and W and Pioneer Shirt Company Brands. t & NONE BETTER MADE, ALL NEW GOODS. Buys a Shirt of the COME AND E. D. GREEN & CO., 5l0'P0lk St. AMARILLO, TEXAS. Ono consolation remain for Joe Pulley there Is hut ono Wntors- Plcrctt Oil company. The most progreHsho meiohanh of a town aro tho ones tlita ir al ways tolling1 the people what t'.u y havo to sell and thn quality of their wines, Tho way to tell tho most peoplo and at tho leaat cost is through a newspaper. Paved streets oro one thing thr.l benefit everybody, IrrespiHho of their business. Tho poorest citizen of a town enjoys tho samo privilege us tho richest, ono and tho cost of getting such is proportlonulo to tho wealth of tho individual. Now that tho city's schools aro In Srss ion again, tho citizens of Amur lllu should cn. ouiRo tho teachers and tho pupils In tho work by paying them frequent vlttlls. If tho Potter county courthouse becomes fTio place to-mllect th rail road bonus money, tho thaiic.t are that soino good hard cash wll bti put In circulation In lawiers' fees, if nothing more. If you don't intend to do anything for Aniarillo, don't inako people think so and then crawfish when tho fituo comes to put up. Tho street crossings being put in by Hie oily are good ono and show that tho administration is one of business men who know their busi ness. The long looked for explanation from llailey lias come. Aro tho peo plo of Texas any wiser? If the bonus matter goes' t'i court ns il Boeiiis likely to do, tho reudets nf tho Uallv Panhandle will havo some mighty interesting reading mat tor through tho winter. I'ponlo usually dlillnguisli tlm lendlnsr business men of a city hy tho amount of printers ink they us. si.iewnllc building Is contagious, Everybody lias got tho fever in Am arlllo. A city park would attract lots o peoplo who now geJ to other placA for "amusement." If ytni are not. public spirited, g ilown and out of tho way. Don' hinder anyone that is right, cry thirty davs Iu order lo lire In it jupf get them a col and go to the P' k buy a same brand. SEE THEM. NwMicr Counljr Xotea Wright, Texas, Sept.. Stl. -Wrlc.U Is still forglntf to the f'ou uuiong tho other assured ihlny.v foj i ' the near futuro U a depot, und nh!;j. 4 plnj? pens. Two hundred and fifty acres. nf laud has bem mirveycd for u tisvu, Tim railroad track has not beet laid to Wright jot. CrudiQg towai-.f Tovdiidu ha been discontinued nil n survey la being mado wctt of thaf . 'Jl'iJ Denver Road Excurslo" " , Internatloniil Abscoiation t Fir Chiefs, Dallas, Texas. October 9thf to 1 3 1 Ii. Rato ono nnd ono-thlrd far for round trip. Celling- dato Octo' her th. fln.il limit, October 13lh. American Llvo Ptoclc Show,, Kati sas City, Mo., October tith to IStrfl Inclusive. Itato ono faro plus $2.flf for round trip. Dates ol ulo; Or.to- r.th to 9i h Inclusive. Final Urn It not to loavo Kansas City not, latoi than October U.th. Py depositing ticket with .lolnt Agent on or tiefonv October 15th, nud payment of feo of- fifty cents nt the tlmo of doponlt. an oxtenslon of return limit will giiintod, making tickets good to lenv Kam;u3 City on or beforo October 31, 0. II. Voorhees, Ticket Agent. L. D. Simmons, T. F. & P. A. To tho Fublle. ; It having como to my Knowledge that a certain rival contractor In tho cement business has been represent ing that 1 am in his employ, and thereby securing work, I wish to eir. phatlcally atato that I am only con nected with tho firm of Wallace .'4 Alexander, nnd any represontationa lo Iho contrary aro wilfully aud -maliciously falso. 4 2tf ' T. CsWAEI,ACli. THU HERALD. $1.00 PER YEAR- Summer Tourist Rate. Effective June 1st and continu ing daily until Sept. 30th, round trip summer tourist tickets may ba sold to Chicago and St- Louis, at a rate of one and one-third the stan dard fare. Dates of sale, daihy June 1st to Sept. 30th inclusive. Continuous passage in both direc tions. Final return limit, Oct. 21, 1 306- Tickets for return passage must bo executed by joint agejit, for which a fee of twenty-five ccnta will be charged. , , George.Voorhees, 44tf Local Agenr. PROFESSIONAL CARDS' t " ! Thorna F. Turnir V7. Boycij Turner & Boyce ATTORNEYS-ATtAW Offlo Over AmarUI National Bank. Amarlllo Tesas John H. Wills. REAL ESTATE and ABSTRACTS, Pottet County Organized, Amariilo Laid? n..t and lohn'H. Wills' Land Office Eo-v tiiblishcd in 18R7. C. . tuttiui J. I. Itimtit M. ). R. JtctMS. Gustavus, bowman & Jackson' LAWYERS AMARII.I.O TKXA3 Office Holland Bldg. Tbone Connection Notary Public in Office. vEALE & CRUDGINGTON Lawyers Amariilo, Texas L. C. Burelt S.th W, Stwrt J. A. TmpIton Barrett, Stewart & Templeton ATT0RN1CYS-AT-LAW AMARILLO Damage Suits a Specialty. Hillmd tulltfinc PHim II G. T. Vinyard, M. D., Ros. Phone, 2B8. S. P. Vinyatd, M. D.. Res, Phone, 208, Vinyard & Vinyard, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Office Jn Holland Building, 'Upstairs, Rooms 1 and Z. Phone 273, Au&mu.o,';Tus. J, M. CURRIER, Contractor and Buildcrf li&limates promptly 1 arni3bcxl ort a! classrj nf-.work., AUiTworii-fcabiohittlp guaranteed. Amariilo. Texat. DR. J. J. 1IAIMVA, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and 'Throat, Classes Fitted. ' Rooins.7 anrt 3. i.oerstnax bnutucg. N. J. WADE, Artorney-at.Lsw, . Practice tn State and Federal Co arts. Business off tioneJiioVnts (T-n Jer- mini aMM'tion. s. XV.-iZ'hoaa aft. ;t . O,-. . - t, -A,fA'i.' v.VV i " : 'V. ' 1' . ' nl' " .. . M. ' "' -e...-.e A 4 A . I - ' ' i -' , , - v . , , ., , . .' ... , . i ' t t - .-I t-r ".,"-.,'