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The- .Weekly Heiralcl VOL. XXS. AMARILLO. TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1906 no. 03 If QF WORLD S VERY NEAR Dr. Herman C. Menkls af Dsa yer Says Gabriel Will Souni His Traet REASONS FOR BELIEF 6!es U" Liiciati.fi Practice mil Positics cf Honor to Go to Engl, ad Where He Expects lo Meet Christ. .P!.t4l tn Pally niuh.iudla. New York, N'm. 21 That r; bnol will blow iiiu trumpet, sound ing t ho cad f ill1 ihitic.t temporal, wtlhiu u to w- tr(r.4 is the- opinion ad.'.UKCd by r. II nnaii ('. Menkcl. formerly president of tho Denver Iu tiifufo of. Physiology ml Therapeu tics, who 1 0(1 :i y i-ailcd lth bis wlfo for London. where Ihey will spend i f"" dv.s piloj- to sailing for Cal to jiroiKli tho gospel to tli! Watson o India. Mr. ilcnlvtl is a closo student of thu Pi bin an J his always on tho Up of Ms i.nuuo nuniotous paatMjrra from ' i'"-' S.-rlptiiror. which ceiu ! civc , ."lot- to LJm theaorit's lefiardlng the ('d coming of tho cud of tbo v,ld. Certainly tho reasons tajv ) ,.ir "valid to Menkel, nii.-o they lod I ti'm to abandon r lucrallvo practice .nut position of honor In tbo Col I rMdo capital, whero ho has resided j (or !$tt T?T9, to go to far off . " -ramJDS the lonithtcd millions of radJ tbst "Iha l.iy of bo Lord in at hand" M bcaoocb tboia to "nc from lliu TVTth to come." Tn Calcutta Dr. and Mr. MoDkt-1 dJl tako charjo of k- eanlUiiutu (vindncted hy 1he Sfvouth Day Ad vTitlEta and it throtisli Mils po rtion Ihut Mcnktl hopes to reach ih dusky horded .f India with M.s mprsago of tho rccoinl coming of fhrlt a"d tho end of nil thlngB fmpornl. "If f did not thoroughly and ton- lollrvo.' said Df. Hcukcl "thai. hi rl:iy of the Lord Is at hand 1 would not Kir.rlflro my l'lnanr.lal "i"lfvo :md j)oacO by j;oluR 'o In !ia. f nm merely t lie servant of ihs Lord nod ntn followiutr out TiIk injunction lo deliver tho message r u-ilvatioa to every nation." According t( ileiikid, vhu l u m. in if education iind rnltnro n"d Jt't. su Ignorant fanatlo, thoso of ns 1lO ro left to f.iro tho nnifiic of th.v last tfroat jaU.slroplio trill not b wafted lo heaven on fjowr-ry hcdB of oasrs." Itathcr will thero ho n crcnt. c.tploiiion, with fireworks and rinyeilc hands, and tho hoiiIs of the Hosted ill Biitlden! and forcibly rleofbot oter 'Ihu psjrly Rates like a hombthcll of diseoru. Dr. Monkcl "irporta this vlow Mllh tho follow inp quotation from Mntthew: "lenimrirtlaUly ufler (ho trlbula lion of iboso days Khali tho bud bo ilrkend and tho moon shall not :rivo hnr jisht, ond tho stars hU I fall from Iho heavens and tho 'pntv r r of heaven bliall bo shaken; and t trn tihall appear tbo sign of the . Sen of linn In heavon; and thcu t hai! all of Iho tribes of earth rnonrn nnd tboy rbali ec.s tbo Son of Mac rojnlnp Jn the clouds of !ioavu with power and glory. And h5 shall nend lfl3 angels with a great sound of a t-nmpat. uod they shall rlher to- gflther his olnct from ho four winds. from one nd of tlw heavona to the c.thr." "fiffw the fiooJt'OoJ sunt NosJj lo ftivo tie trorld Tvarnlng of the rlom vh!h. wan nhont to orm-taks 11," sM Dr. Menlrol. "Tho pcopl cf Sodoiu end (kimonab wero warn fd of tho'r fate, us wro lbs He brews of the destruction of their L'lUlritt, And fio, (pilay, Ood 5s send ivr, :oiifnj!,ev; forth Into tho world to warn Uio pooplo of the speody , siond tioji'.us of the Psvlor." Mr. l3eukcl Rgaln rosorts to Mdfr tbw t'j jrove his contention: "Eut ni In tt.e days of Noah tceTO, so khsll sko tlus camkiff of tbo' Sob Df Wan b, Kor ua In tho 'Ajjs that were bsfore tha flood, tljcy worn tttlzf oJ drl'iking, lamrryiue aid );!v!g in rarrliMio, until tlid day that N'nah n'rd tso ark, and! '.:afw nr. i until the flood carno jnd :V eVivn ;tll away; so Hb;dl Uu ti)!r.(, of the Son of Man b." As il luttnot b denied ih.it the pc(.sta of t!i!r. day urn much rvei to "ntliij J linking. rr4it tn; ni K'.flwa in marriage" tr. would appear that in. Mvi!(r 1.4 Jujfiried ! rh opioloa whirs hm.. caused hm t. iik.Iti l;i!.e tho Ions join n.-y I..tfr "Iuitjl1 AVitli Assault b!it:-, Wjib Nov. ::1.H. I.. I'i :t. a prominent, attorney of Mil' I fit, wan rn,rv .7, nA m. t.l.. ... B .. j i'.'..i, v 4 I'll n charico of criminal ss..iu;i upon tr person of lli.fle Amt.ifi.i M- honey, tho li-year old d,'iii:riilir of a 'heroiiian. 'I'll., clii'.d sudden-1 ly dl-oippeared rrom ).;. (,onm 3n, ftr n abticne;' of ivi r-il day re t'iruM in a pitiililo ( i.ridillfiii. Slu rlerlarud 1 hilt slio had been ludd i wpiho by Attorney Koirewi, who arrested and lnrn has been in il.ll UWalHjijr tc;i, KOITIHI. (llMllrS tho rhnrjie nnl tho trial proinls.es ro I'.rirk layers nn, juf,H (4.,-( . nellevillc, III.. Nov. '.!. -The uii nital merlliij; of the Illinois hram'i of th. Trlrk Layers1 an J M.tsons' International nnlr.n ojieiied here to day and will liiol. through loinorio.r. Many ma iters of lnl;.ret tn tl.e trad'-s will br (,jcii5;pd. HEARING OF CARUSO CALLED FOR TODAY Afrfcoriatod Fiefs N'ow York, Nov. 21. The hearing of Caruso, tho famous tenor, who tvas arrtisted on a charpro of liif.uit- lag lrs. Hannah K. fJrahsm la Coritra' pak lust, i,eefc.,ij bo r.U;, this atternooD. The polko so far have been unable to find Mrs. C.ra- ham who gave s fLo address, but tho arrcsllnn officer rjs ho Is pro- pared to act us complalnlnrc wit nous a3 ho says ho witnessed tho an- noyanc of which Mrs, Graham com plained. Director Conreid of the Metropojl tau opera houso has loyally dofeuV od Caruso and tho singer Muv-iolf 8Bsrts that ho Is tho victim of ex Inordinary rlreun:;tanv's t an at tempt to jnako at false cano against him for ulterior purposes. T.Wiop Tiert Dtad. Associated t ixeu. Oklahoma. O. T., Nov. 21. Itish op Tlgert died thU morning at Tul sa "d the. body wan pent to Loiti;i ville, Ky., this afternoon. Ao i Ho was taken 111 while, attending chunh eo nt'c re n co at. Atoka, 1. T. ten days ago, by tbo ludRCineiit of a chicken bono just below Iho ton sils. This caused InfJamatlon of Ihu throat and resulted In blood poin ornc Iniljaiiik Odd I'VIIows. ludiinuiiiolis, Ind., Nov. CI.--Several hundred Odd Fellows from all sections of tho BUtc nr parlicii.it inx in 'he grand otuvnnpnieiH. of Intlicna Odd Fellows, wMeh opent.i. hero today and will last un 11 Fri day. Mutual Insurance Meet in jj lies Moines. Iowa, Nov. 21. The. Iowa .State- Mutual Insurance asso ciation s holding Its annual con vention lu T)es Moines today. Ai- drcsaos wiH lie delltered ay se.'X'ral nuthorltles on mutual Insurance. rirc in Iock Vai-ds. , Tourne, France, Tiav. 21. The main portions of tho dockyards of Seclotlos Forges ShanUers was d troyed by flro today, Tha foreiiin wirshlps in course of construction were saved with difficulty. Tho loss will amount to eoveral million francs ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, CUREXDCH, TEXAS. Select EoHrdinR and Day Kcli.iol for Youiip Ladies anil Little Girls, conducted by the .Sisters of Charity of the In carnate Word The Academy oOcni every fa cility ior s thorough, practical education. For further par ticulars adJrest MOTHER SUPEK10R. NEW MEXICO S SUFFERING Ksws Here That in Seme Sec tions cf Territory, Food and Fuel Is Scarce NO traffic" today Train Senice Is Yet Badly Crippled, bul Is ThcusH Can Ba Rosucied Tomorrow. Dcaver Only Train In. After l.'.'iidle.c ev.'r.v jko ..lli.' ef Mrl i'inn' ,Siinil;iy liivv.ir.ln cleanni; lii'; 1 1. i. ks, evi ry road inio Aniarillo lii.pod in r. :.((.. trail's tod-iy to a '.-tuMalire of s. i,.,nl. The b). coverril l.y liv siirtn ;;ae iv-el-'-' ili'i'i' ioll troubles eiumvli of. I's own (mil no le 1. roold 1m sent to other. divbioi;i. 'I'lie AntiirilU) j M'd w.t, without i'uow j.lows and It i I ,iliuo-l to wail, viih hand down ' die divisions l.esond le-re I' .rrl 1 1 k f r, I racks and broke a way in hc; fieiiwr Into a Snow Urii't. Til" Denver, ovin;: lo I bo fiict tl.al. it has io ir,i with snow ns iill ordin-ny j.i-olb'm in Is mouni.iin diej, louis .ts pr1" pared lo cope will) the nitijailon a:uid wan the firt-t to operala train"!. Tho f-vero strain oi' the. bin doublo headers bucking tho dril's on fro.'.cn i.iUrf broupht lb" no) Hi bound o grief yesterday evetiin?. This, train, which hcloni; c! tr.. lond iv'.i Kr.he.dts!y b:lt JViiiIi rill) at about. 7;oU yesterday eron Inc. Two big engines wero pulling thr- train fr as lo n through .any drifts that misht b" left on the tracks. 3n Iho cut beyond the lake west of town the second car from ihe engines left llm tracks on tho outer eds'o of tho curvo and pulled the remainder of jho train, except; Ihe rear I'nllman, off after It. Fortu nately fm drnwliead belwnou Iho baPcVaj-'o enr and tlie -n,t;ines broke atny from the fr;iiii. fonr conch lengths on the tics and and finally pitched over on. their -.ddes against ;i Hirnw drift. The car windows wep slnff.eiTd, the lamps vcnt out and inn occupants were mrowii in a neap against thn sides or the cars. For tunately no one Kiifferod nny Injury from ire.? wreck mid after a few nmiiiics the passengers trudged back In o town and are 'stoppinr over in Aniarillo. Anion tho pa.s Hi'iirjers were 'll Carrulhers of Amarillo. I). II. Hill of Dalhart, and who Is interested in Panhandle, land Snflerujf In rw .Mexico. Tho first train on tho IVoca Val ley tilnce Sai unlay ?;"L into Aniarillo I his inoruin:; about 3:00. This iiioiuint; a mixed (rain returned nm It Is thought thai tomorrow reKU I.'.r traffic from tho north can bo re sinned. From reports brought from Tex- ico and l'ortalcs, it socnm likely that the storm thero has caused real danger, suffering and probably Ions of life. It was reported at Portales yesterday, said Mr. Ill Murrcl 1 of Wichita, Kan., at the Elmhirst this morning, "that threo pooulo had been frozen to death on tho prai- rlo In tho Portales country. Ono of theso was a man on a. ehecp ranch who had been burned In fighting tho fire Saturday. You seo last week, a prairlo fire burned off a strip north of PorlaU's fifty miles wide and one hundred and fifty miles long. Thi3 firo will criu.;o serious rat lie and sheep Iukhcj, especially tho latter. Many sheep suffered from tho fire and wero run to death Or nearly po. ! i'o Coal at roi-tales. ! "There Is no coal o be had at! Portales aud t lie question of fuel has become desperate. Flour was nearly exhausted but I hfar that roma was sent down by express this r.iornin.rj bo thcri vi!l bo no dan ger from that source. A larjto uum ber of bnnips(..adera had settled in the Fortales country lust summer and their flimsy shacks are no pro tection agaiiiBt cuch n storm. Xoue of tb(;m have any fuel to spwk of and this storm will find many of tiiera wholly lihout fuel. It was rumored yesterday thit two of thes? homed'uilors had been frozen to death. The el;.! .-.eu.i tlieit wer pnl tiui: read." tj vend out reltef pnrdes lo itomo whi'i,. ij. known tltt woiM'-n. w re. hob-Un tbo Irdins." 'alUo I locn ia 4 "iti . "At Tex '.co i-tterd,y u ra'lnMil nan told iv. e i li.it. the train on He Hel'u n enr-otr i.tuck in :i drift thl sjj.i .f i-;iiuu !de, A boui.h of est i'e livd drifted into ;. cut, the sito ilrll'te l uve- i iii-in ,i ti ri" ', train Mil .ly plow. , hrousli th en." Mr. i 1 ( !" : 1 1 Hlioyi'd .1 lileluif. tak en in i tnaiti' ureet. at. Portal, yr :.!:(.!;. .i'.iottir.i; ill" Sliow' vd ri f I 'd waist deep. MIIAU U AKKISTHI). May Tlilivw l i-l.t rm tlie Sl.rMitii.!; of r.'iiU.. ConslHllJ" l,eto, ,TTC.Iei two Mexicans it. is tifernoon who may l.o able to t.eo'.v pome lipbt on the sdiootln-; of fmirers Parks and Cobh. The two JTexl.jiis bad I.e. u llid'll;; l!n; loo Ifeel, in nidcm waters and wero li .1 ti .1 1 ii v out nrv.f and :on;ll till!, In Poll. I ieiOi,. They nMde :e.'ei-i re. ri-ncs lo tin? Piirl.n t.lioo: tti'-r. At the lil.il UM.ionow nii.M'tlitlK', il lit ion u; i-fioct will be tiiado lo eliii.'i vliatesef lliloruei lioli they iuhj K.:.r.-s in regard to the shoolill;'. TI)" Mexican "lio tdiol the ofll cevs slid t'l.e'ich whoso crime (ii t'icer Parks io i. his ley. was known to he a "i. ad luait'' ii nd was well known anion:' the Mexican popula tion lui'li It 'o : i ! i J in tho peco:'. Yal I. y. It is not 'ikely 1 li.it lie ;,(.! far away i -uf It U '.vlioiney hard to Iraeo a M".ican ud'ender after b has pot ten a start. A (Jiilek nr.. I Safe Henicdy for P.oe Complaints. Twenty ;.t. ;o.JT;.. i; m. . Brock discovered that ChaoiberlajuA' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reined? was a rjuick ami ssfo emu for bowel complaints. "During all of theso years.'' he sat.s, "I have nud ". and reionimeiKlod it, many limes aud ihe rculis have never disappoiuicd me." Mr. Liro.k is publisher of the Alter deeti. JMd.. hiuterpnse. l or s;.to hy Goldins Di ttn' Co. ' F-C- HEW COMMERCIAL 1 Quiiny. TH'.. Nov. 2j -Tlie success of tins Trans-Miosissippi Commercial eon.Lire'j::. which is now holding Its annual convention in Kansas' Clly, in pronioMn.-the interests f tit- rlate.-) vr.t of tie- Mississippi river, is responsible for for a movement to organize a similar organization lo bo rotnioso 'of tho cominendal boilios of tti principal cities of tltw Missisiipei valley I'iist of file rivep. to bo tentatively styled tho Central MisFi:;sli. Valley Commercial league. The Quiney (dumber of eonunerce is back of tho movement and has Issued n cml for n eon vonlion to bo held here Jan. 2i next, when it Is expected that repre sentatives will le present from each of the principal commercial cinhs of Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan. India na, Kentucky. Tennessee, Mississippi arid other states and a permanent organization will bo formed. Tho object of the l-apue, accord ing to Secretary C. F. Perry, of the Quiney chamber of commerce, Is; to more fully and systematically ex ploit tilt) iidvniitaKCS of tho Centra! Mississippi valley than Is pons! bio by the commercial ortranf.'alions of the parlous cities acting; lndlvdualiy. The movement feeina to meet, with favor and the responses thus far in sure a. success-fill rind enthusiastic convention. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE Paid for Chickens, Turkeys, KrjRs, and Country butter. Farmer ami Kanehmcn who have produce and Poultry to Mil will do well to see us. S. N. Green & Co. Phons 1 22. 614 Po3k SI, AfiHIKS PORTO R CA Presi"2nl Raossvslt and Parly Greeted liy Govsrnor Win- Q.i GAILY DECORATED Farly Will Spend Nifiht on Island ani R2 cir.Uii Tomorrow and Procesd Hoihr-ward-Sends Message. P'.rto Pico to Welcome llouM'toll. i;pei ,. to Daily paiiliandlo. San Juan, P. It.. Nov. 2 1.- 'I'll, t"o.le of f'orlo Pico have dunned their uladdeyl of f;!sd raus, and, f i i : ly imli u- over with pal i im Ian, are finikin: into Salt .Tua'a ta il. i to tree; pre. idea I. Poo.;'", el ' . who i.-i ii,. to iirriu1 on hoard Ihe I antit.tatia eirly toinoiro,v niot nii.;: Noi .-.Itici' Die i-'iiinaUh fla;; was ro pli i .1 bj the (.(in- and slllies c if 111 years av. lias the cnildcm "f Amer ican sme; civilly ht dl su eonspicuoll' ;js today. The s'reets and pl.i;is ;iie ,'t study iil rni. white ..ml blue a et i i aide tr.a ; of biintinR and n; i eloi's. The natives nie-vyltl- wit)i lie '. nr.oirperK to ,how- Iheiri p sti io: and cm hutd.iMu wltli honor.-. ear. . When the l.oiii:i;itiii arrives al (-once ounorrow iio rretiaeni an.;ij.. Mrs, RofK-evell will ho gre.-lr.rl by! V.HioviM, - :rr Winihron a.'.l after lu ak-1 tart, and a brief rec.itiou ,n thr Ponca city lrdl will he driven in automobiles to this tlty, a distance rr elf.hty miles. The trip will bo made over (lie noied miiil-ry road between the southern seaport and i be c .,iita and tlie journey will j.'.ivc th" 'tesiiletit n fair idea of tho won derful ci-ourr.-K cf the littlo island, lirlef st(.is will lie niatle at .liun Mi.tz, Coi.ina, Aibmlio, Cayey, Ca CiKis aud Pio Pedras uud it inllitury InUih'Oii will be served hy Ihe .l lieers in iharjn of tho barracks st Cayey. The Presidenti.il party will arrive lv re tomorrow afternoon and will be preeted by a demonstration in which n considerable purlieu ( the population il( the island will par iicipale. Afiec a f;reat bannuel. -tn he th-ri hy (lovernor and Mr.,. Win thro) a iiiiblic repetition will bo h"ld at. which tie-irly all fbo iniyors and pulilie offh la! oi, the island will ITeet. (he. Pn'hidellt. TIk.' 1. "lit. ;i. uia will proceed from Ponce to Si'.ii .lniti ami the Presi dent and bis party "will prohahly conlinuo tie) homeward joniti'; early J'riibiy mornlc.r;. President Arrives, Asiocltil'jd Press. Ponce, Porto Klco, Nov, 21.--Pre.sideut Kooscelt arrived here this morning from Colon and wis received on tho landing by Cov,:: nor Winthrop and othe-' prom'nen! insular officials. the town vnlch was profusely .'erorjiled was crowd ed with people frail Uio suvroiii'.ii,y ct'unlry 'vi-er io .vrt 1 too .veil. Cablej-inni l-'roin Koorvclt, Associated Press , Washinsfon, M. C Nov. 21.- A cablegram was received at. the White Hoim3 from Ponce today sfa'-ln-; tho President, would remain iu San Ju an fill ni;hl anil return to morrow to ponce w l-.eri.' ho will rc cmbark. lie will probably reach Wni'hingUm Monday evening or Tuesday morning. (iomjici-H Scuds Meswigo. ASbOl iated Press. Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 21.-- ! President '(ioiiipcrs of tho Aitierl- can Federation ' of Labor, was to I day Instructed to send n ctibb'gram iin the name of the federation lo President Koost.vell. at Porto Iti o I asking him to invosiiguii) tho con- ditlous on tho Islitnd with the view of giving lies Wanders self "jovern nient and to bi.'tter tho labor condi- j tions on tho i 'l ind. The pocket refereneo boo!; I t be ing compiled by Caldwell, prnmi-es io be quite bandy and useful -of-feilnc; free advertising. Rend his notice. . t. 'xzs.'xtz tzsstt'tzs run 'zttuzzx rr r rr rv vr n f arir j' --i 1- -iV t' r.y far foe fence made. ' Tlie only hi;;li Call and So9 FIRST fil T Of AM'ARIIIO. TEXAS. ki.:soi:rces n.WiOU.-.t! l-'-.-l F'.ute 1 oiir. and I'Of.OL. ir- ( . j . . . l: j irr.ni!aip;.;r-.n rur.n Ca--.ii and Lx. r;:;i.bii .'. I . Domnd Loan el'.i.l.;.!. 17 I Total - $1,.' W. It. I'lupin, President. C'iss J. I; l.ovvrulfs Cashier. it mim Bank and Trust Go, Aniarillo, Texas THE TWIGE-A-WEER HERALD, S1.Q0 FEE YEf.fl HP. B e I n I f fTa NanoRaLisanK or uam of Amarillo. Absolute Safety- Liberal - Exceptional service in ever department of banking is r "-" '.rrsroi f z r e d p.itroni of this bank.rrs' Capital $75,0 0 0. J. L. SMITH, M.C. NOBLES. D, M.C. UOBLCS, Vice Pres'i,. Pres'U FATA I. A ' I UK NT. i'bi-ee Men Killed mid Several In - jtircd by Falling Juildi'i. Associated !'iv-s i;od"i-:e.-, v. V., Nuv. 21. -To w '-re killed. (.::!(. severely injured j and si slie.b i.f hurt today tit. FtisL-j litiin Kodak ',.o;l, ;. Tie- men werej at. work on, R siiilt'uld near lite top' oi' a two story bi.ibling and prtih ably th'J Cause of the accident ;s the removal of .sntiiorts of steil flooring hefiiro tho coinleei was properly set. The roof and walls toppled in with a crash and men were buried I.u d"b. is f;llin- about forty feet. ?rt ri ri ,r' ... -.f -i i' ii' slrnnf-Nl anil rnost (luiablc" carLon sled fence. Seo It, E2UTU3S5. 4f Agent, - 10 HAL BlfJZ I UAFlLITlEo $'i-"i.:,.:,...K'Capi'al S'tck - rf C.urp!ui.ind UmJi ,,!;:! PnfV tl M hi il'l $;,id o'lO r1 -. li'i.l3.,iVT Lee. C MH l 'V;js::oi $l,.''::'..;:;j Cir;ulM.on Dope:, as Tot.d J. 5. C!rcnutt, A.-U CiU'lticr, W.A. SnitX AsfitOf-rtU-r, r-t ii. -ol Ample npiltd. Reliable and prompt r-. rvic.e. No account toonaall. None ton lqrjrc. IntcifM paid on time depo- Us. Trust DejartRisn! Mike vour will and nacre this company as yo ur executor. It is better tr Ir.i-ic your bubiness in the hands of an in- . biitiitiou that uill uot die, hoc abscond, nonesijn. Lcsvc vour tvill in our viuli for safe keeping, Consult us roufidcntiallv about tins iiiiicttant matter. Valuable painrs kept lor von fit. J. C. Paul, I'ici. Pay. Whotl.-v, C . birr. Acry Turner, V. Pe s. Chav. . I'ivk. Jr. lif-c'y. Treatm C. D. BY HUM CiSh1': I". iMS.!'',! Mr, Mo'l .;'.' . oiob coli U '. I'.iiH hl,ia.!t C! t'l.'ieiiii.- iii Ata !,,, I If You Want A Homn or Rco'h in Sl.ejr- t( "man. Hansford. Oclii!trc or $ Hutchinson counties . write Champ Trayior Pie.-uooK . Ta $ Who has coma f;rcat bargii'x in Railroad, School ant" PaU entcd La-d. . i X. V V": ... .. j . .'...., - - v, - S ' ' -"'v ' l ' ' "s . e - " - r--"l A r.'1 '1 l - '