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JE WEEKLY HERALD, JANUARY 17, 1907.
THE WEEKLY HERALD PviUiuhod weekly on Thursdays at Cld I'oHi fitred, Amarlllo, Texas. r i:. doeskn, Publisher. B. A. BREWSTER, Editor and Mgr. Entered at the rofitcfflco t Arnar- Jllo, Texas, as second elans mall mat i' r. Official Oran of City of Amarlllo ami Totter County ADVERTISINO RATES: Display, l&e per Inch each insertion IvOi-uiH. be per Uno each insertion Clani.iflei!. ii tier word first Inner? tion. l.ii nnr wnrrl oath uUoCQUOnt ItliertioC. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PEUJEAR. , '1 'he Herald will cense coming to j on when your time expires unless we are authorized to continue It. Should any subscriber full to re ceiv The Herald regularly, please advlsa uh at. once by card or telo phone. Any error reflecting upon the cb.xructcr, tanllng or reputation of any rerson. firm or .corporation which may appear In the columns of Tho Herald will bo gladly corrcctea upon Its being bri(',nt to ino at' teiitlon of the publishers. THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 3 907. A CWAPTF.U OS ADVERTISING. , There la no telling what Indirect benefit a newspaper la to a com munity in A live growing locally. (When tho Mclean Nows tolls of ovoral partloa brought to that lo cality from West Virginia, simply by seeing, the paper In thc4r -local sewapopcr offlco,. that paper twa this (act to prove that real estate men should advertise Not a day panne that Jha. Tan Jandlo does not receive k'ttorB from many of the eastern Mates, cither directed to this paper or to tho postmaster nnd turned over to the Panhandle, asking for sample cop ies of the paper to enlighten them as to this country. Doth copies of tho Daily panhandle and the Week ly Herald are always sent to aueh Inquirers at once. If bargains In land or town lots are advertised In them, then Ihcy may receive In quiries, or - visits from the parties when Bhey arrive here. .' The Weekly Herald has a circu lation covering most every Blato In the union, largely In Texas, and adjoining states, Illinois, Iowa, Mlwiourl and many copies going to Chicago, Denver, St. Louis and other largo cities. It pays to keep yourself and your business before the world In the columns of both the Dmlly Panhandle- and Weekly Herald. Tho litter hag a guaran teed circulation of J 800 copies und tho former 1000 dally. These Ulsts should not bo overlooked hy tho live business men of Amarlllo. It la ' not only the local "business tho real estate men should adverlluo for but the tarda they uiay catch from the foreign lists of these papers. TEXAS AM) TAXATION. In tho Implement and Vehicle Journal, of Jan., 8, appears a very timely article headed "Texan and Taxation," by our townsman, A. B. Johnson, the well known , Mollne Plow man. Tho article , treats of the manner In which land la undor valued for taxation, and how the state Ih Injured . by resident aud non-reldent speculating land own ers. The subject treated Is one which deserves great consideration from tho people of Tews and the w-ma!cer. It Is farmers, home seeker? and actual residents that tho Pauhandle needs, and not land speculator. ' , ', The article la so timely that It Is copied In full In another column. Senator Tillman, of South Caro lina had a full house to talk , to when ho took np tho Diownsvlllu lie-pro HOlJier question to clltiscct, It last Saturday. T'.liman was nooted at by the smart set, w-hen he ipan Ills career at Washington and he was dubbed "Pitchfork" Tillman by the Miiart newspaper reporters be ejiiee ho believed in calling things by their right names. Ho Bees great troublo ahead In this country In tho race question and bodly an Tu.'a'ie:; that fie Is ready to enter !lie fi ;ht .with the slogan, "Amer i.-n for Americans" and "this la tho Aliii.i man's country , nnd muRt' be ru!''d .by the white , man." Senator Ti'liniin Vill havo many odnilms. especially lit tho South, la hlD bold sJsclurfttSt'ns. .'.fc-..r ......... w.... t Tho Printers' futon of Texas, Is after the scalp of tho big concerns of the state, who ra running open iiops. The Panhandle hs received a circular from' the' Typographical Union officers offering ".$33" for tho best published articlo on the solu tion of the Printing Trust Problem, by any editor of tho state. Horsey IlroB. and M. P.'Exlln Co., Daas; Clark & Courts, flalveston, and Maverlck-Clarko Lltiho. Co., San Antonio, are flrnia picked, put a markers by the Union. Tho Pan handle knows nothing of their troubles. It has troubles enough of Its own and Is not In any truHt, either. It pays high wages to Its employes, and tries to get remuner ative prices for good printing and will let tho Union and -tlo big - called trust; houses fight it out for themselves. The editor of the Panhandlo lias received a handsomely tngravod in vitation to atteud tho opening of the new home building of khe Bun newspaper at Baltimore, ' Md., Jnn. 17 or to visit them any day, here after we are In town. Otflng to the long distance it Is to walk, Blnco tha railroads have cut off our transportation, and owing to the multitudinous duties whleih Jtint now devolve upon' uh, wo shall be compelled to reluctantly . send ro grots. ,'" " Tho McLean News says that the citizens of thut-placo have peti tioned the railroad commissioner!! to compel thi Rock Island railroad to erect a. depot and give tho town suitable switches. It says tho rail road has been promising to. do much and finally put In about fifty feet of track and run In two box cars for a depot. Tbon tho patience of the people gavo out am they have petitioned the . railroad commis sioner to compel tho , railroad to act. ' ' The Ellda, Now Mexico, News, Is feeling Jubilant over the Incorpo ration of a new cement plant In that city, the amount of Incorpora tion : being, $2D,O0Q. jThat paper says about 200 men will be given cinploymerttiltt. the' construction of the plant and about, fifty men will bo given permanent employment In tine work tho plant will carry on. Tho editor of tho Panhandlo Ins a frfond In low.V who? would like to go into the restaurant, hotel, billiard hall or pool bimlnesa lu Amarlllo. Parties having or know ing of such properties for salo or exchange, may bo accommodated with a buyer, by seeing the editor of tho Panhandlo. A meeting of tho stockholders of the Pecos & Northern Texas Rail way company la called for Ainar illo March 16, to consldor tho prop oalflon of authorizing the execution pf a mortgage on all ot tho railroad propretles of tho company to secure bonds in tho Bum of 115,000,000 payable thirty years from date. Ulvo tno Dully Fnnhandio your nows items. We want all the nown and employ reporters to collect thorn, hut they cannot get them all unless you tell them what you know. When you have an item you would like to see in print, glvo It to tho reporter, or call up tho Dally Panhandle, telephone 275, and glvo it to us. The wla business man Judlcloua- ly advortlaea hla wareB. Ho tolls the intelligent, reading people through tho columns of, tho dally press what he 'has to offer them and gets returns for his mouey Invested In advertising, and hla goods are not shelf-worn. It looks as if tho Bailey agony will Boon bo over, as the leglala- turo has acked for the evidence against Bailey and will probably sift it to tho bottom and settle the matter scow. Iov,i Democrats held a Jackaon day baunliet at; Waterloo, and Dei Moines Democrats aro preparing for a Jefferson banquet In that city. Mr. Bryan Is fo be there Feb. 12. , It is 1 noticed by exchanges that many fcTjeep are being introduced into the farni of the Panhandlo. Wo do not ro6 why sheep muy not be profitably rained. In this soetlon. They tnke; but little to keep thorn and there is no a-'toek with the same Investment, which -returns more profit than sheep nnd they return money to tho owner at a time of year when lie"?) a no other , moivtf coming in Cvery Tarm can prof Itablby mnintstn, a small flock of rheep at least. - tfprffirfil-tf'" .... THU mitliK.V I1EAR1I Say, growler, with tho loaded hod, you think you carry weight Enough to crush you to tha earth, ' And curse the cruel fale That puts the heavy load oh you Whllo, other men go froj, Of all tho burdens thut you; bear As far. aa you can sou. , Vou think iocauao a man is rich And does not lug a 'hod. Thnt ho has nothing else to do Rut live and loaf and nod, And wear flno clothes and cat fine food, j Aj1 whoop it up for failr Well, you don't know a Uttlo lit About a rich man's caro, Loolc at the wrinkles in hla face, And note thoFo tired eyon, And soo hint turn away Jrora food That you would think, a prize; And eo tho marks of nge on youth Tho gray hair on Jiia head You lay your burden down at night Ho carries Ma to bod. Say, growler, would you sleep 111(0 With thnt hard hod of jours, And havo it scrapo you dwn the back And spoil your soothing snores? And glvo you dreams to make the night A wretchedness that brought Yon to your work again, An old man overwrought Your load is heavy, none denies; Your daya aro hard and long, And labor in excess, no dtjubt, Seems llttlo bhort of wrong; Hut wealth is not a cruo for that, Whatovcr It may do- Thank God you do not havo to take Your hod to bod wilth you. Exchange. (From Tueiulay's Dally.) ItUST AT LAST. The way seems long to thp weary feet, ' Vi ( Hut It leads at last where t ows Bwcet 1 do sliad- Tall In Blbnco over tho brennt In tho beautiful valley 'of i rout ' "Rest for tho weary" tho seems To sng lis way through a dim dreams! perfect melody world's Tho way Bcoins long, and tpe flow ers are few That bloom for tho wounded breast of you; Yet we know, when the tears and toll nro pust Vve shall rent with tho Miles of Cod , t at last! With tho llllle3 of God on bow and breast, In tho beautiful valley of, perfect ) rest! Break, O tempest, on Btarlc" skies, And rain, o tears, from the sadden- i od eyes! Evermoro is tho Joy of sonjr; "It will not bo long It will not be long." There Is balm for tho weariest lives unblcBt u In tho beautiful valley of ' rest! ' '. Frank L. Staston, In Constitution. perfect Atlanta JUST A GOOD AMERICAN. I am not a rilgrlm Father, Nor e'en colonial dame But these facts do not other , Nor fill my soul with Bhama. I've an appetlto for turkey And pumpkin, Just tho same. Not one of my ancestors Fought the fight on Hill ' bunker They were merely good Investors lAnd labored with a will i To populate tho country And tho dinner pttll to fill. Their names were Louis Andy, Hans, Patrick,' Tedro, 'Iloo. And all were rather handy With the flhovel and thd Tioo And they worked for Uncle Sam . uel And helped to make hlib grow I am not trying to be rutio, But just to prove I carl Show quits as much of gratitude As any other man. ; I am thank heaven llko the . rest, A good . American. ' St. Louis ttlobo-Dtlmocrat. I - Tho Daily Panhandlo is having a vory steady and satisfactory growth to Its subscription IIhIs. Now sub scribers are being added at tho rate of ten to fifteen per day. Tho peo plo ore learning that they can get tho nows of tho city, this locality and the world evtry day through tha columns of tho Dally Panhandle and aro ordering tho paper bo tha they nvay uot mlsa any importnn nows ltwu, Notes From Tilda. Elldn, N. M., Jan. 15. Tho gren influx of peoplo Into this section of New Mexico Is indeed amusing and thono now coming bring something of hard cauh with them. Two now business houses aro now under courso of construction and a number of residences w soon bo completed. A new one is begun most every day In town and ninny In tho country. The Vocent rains have been abundant and wheat is looking flno. Tho Farniora' Savings bank, at tho 'end of six months' biiHliiess declared a dividend of 8 per cent and n 3 of renorvo fund. This Is in iltd a splendid showing considering tho fact that Ellda haB two strong banks. PERSONAL MENTION. 4-f4 RosR.Malono is In Alabama on business trip. , IiIIhs Leona (Jeorgo hns returned to nor school near Miami. Holly Tucker came up from Hereford yesterday for hla automo bile. . y Mrs. E. Nlchol, of Tcxlco, came up yesterday for a visit in Amar lllo. ' W. A. Noel Jocivee tonight for Io wa and Nebraska, , on a business trip. s C. R. Henley, of . Cleliurne, is In Amnrlllo got ting acquainted with the town. 1 J. W. Teeter has resigned 'as boc- reiary of tho State Building & Loan association. ' , mi. ' ' ei" ' Dr. Johnson went to Hereford je.tlDrday to attend'Dr. Estes, who la seriously 111. ' ' 4 POLL TAX SLOW. Small Number Have Obtained Their Kcrclpt 11)07. Potter County voters hav been very slow bo far" In paying their poll taxes for 1907. Precinct No. Fi heads the list, but only seventy-four havo registered in ' that precinct. That precinct includes Amarlllo west of Taylor Htreot. No. t which takes in Amarlllo cast of Taylor hiia registered seventy-two .votes so recorded liardly any. dumber 3 has three; Number 2 has tho Banio, r.nd Number 4 has registered only 1. There are two weeks yet ,In whlc.li pool taxes may bo paid nnd there will probably bo a rush on the last days. Failure to pay with In tho time set forfeits the voter's right of suffrage, however, and tho receipts cannot bo" (Issued on rtho payment of a penalty, ns is tho case with other taxes. CITY TAXES BEING TAID. Increased Area of AnmriHo Will Not Increase Revenue This Year. ' City Tax Collector Frank Ong Is doing a good business these days In Issuing tax recclptfl. All taxes for tho year 1907 aro now duo and must bo paid before the end of tho month to avoid penalty. City poll taxes are alao due and must bo paid this- month to secure the right of taking part In tho city elections. Soma confusion lias. aria- en In tiho past from tho fact that somo voters thought that tho tnx prtld Vho county collector socurod their rlghta .to vote In all elections. The tax paid- tho county offlco, however, only secures the right of suffrage in tho county, Btate and school elections. Lands for Sale The American Pastoral Com pany, Limited, is now offering for sale single sections of farm lands 'and blocks of five thou sand to fifty! thousand acres of grazing lands in the old L. X. Ranch, near Amarillo, Pan handle of Texas, i Apply to . 5. J. Gil more Agent ani Attorney-in-Fact P. 0, Box 1 547 Denver, Cloo, r. i ; . A M f n Unfortunately for tho city treas ury, Amarlllo g ' Incroaaed area will not IncreiiHo tho revenue for 1907 None of tho new territory has bee uAK.'SHOd and not until 1908 will taxes from tho annexod territory bo available. For bonding purines however, tho clly i able to enter the now territory and will bo able to make proportions tely increased Issues. From tho Increaso in prop erty valuations tho city treasury will receive in taxes, a imabcrlal Increase, but available cash Is going to bo nearly as short after the growing demands aro mot in 1907 as it waa in 1900. Baptist Build at Tcxlco. Special to Dally Tanhandlo. Tcxlco, N. M., Jan. 14 Tho Bnp tlstB of Tcxlco 'have begun work on a framo 40x50 church building, making tho third church for Text co. 'Tho building will bo provided with vestibule dressing rooms and baptistry and will bo pushed to completion. I County lopoNtory Notice. To all Banking Incorporations, Banking Associations nnd Indl vldiml Bankers in Potter County Texas: You aro hereby notified that on Monday, Feb. 11, 1907. ut 10 o'clock a. m., at the .courthouse In TnFCosa,' Texas, tho bds and pro posals of thoso dadrlng to bo bo lected as tho Depository of tho County Funds of said Oldham county from April 13, 1907, until sixty days after tho second Monday In February, 1909, will bo received publicly opened and passed upon by tho commissioners' court of said con n:y. All bids must be delivered to mo on or before Bald February 11 1907, accompanied by a certified check for $200, as provided by law Tho amount of bond required will bo $22,000. i Witness my official Hlgnaturo at Tnscosa, Texas, this January 14, 1907. County Texas E. F. McKlMMON, Judge, Oldham County, Call for Stockholders' MrrtiiiK tho IVcos & Northern Texs Railway Company. of To tho stockholders of the Pecos & Northern Texas Railway Compa ny: You are 'hereby advised that tho Board of Directors have called a meeting or mo Biocanoiuers, to bo held in tho City of Amarlllo, County of Totter, State of Texas, at tha principal office of tho Company on tha ICth day of March, 1907, to consider and act on a proposition to authorize tho execution by tho Com pany of a mortgngo on all of Its railroad properties now owned and hereafter acquired, to secure bonds In the sum of $15,000,000, such bonds to bear interest at the rate of six per cent per annum and to ho payable, thirty years from 4date thereof, so much of Biid bonds as may bo requl:cd thorc'jr to bo incd in retiring tho bonds of the Com pany now outstanding. tVe balance of said bonds to bo used for cou stiuctlon and extensions and such other purposes as may be deter mined by the Board of Directors, and that this notice is given to yon by Order of the Board of Directors. DON A. SWEET, Secretary. Notice To farmers and land owners within a radius of six miles of Am arlllo or nearby railroad towns: ' Whereas, we have a number of buyers wanting farms near good railroad towns, respectfully ask you to list your property with us for Bale. DO IT NOW. Our buyers are coming on next excursion. THE CARTWRIGHT- JONS LAND COMPANY, Phone 721, office 1196, Fifth St., ; ' Amarlllo; Texas.' County Depository Notice. ; To nil Banking Incorporations, Banking Associations and Indi vidual Bankers in Pottor County, Texas: Notlco ia hereby given that on Monday, tho eleventh day of Feb ruary, 1907, at the courthonse' in Amarillo, Texas, the bids and, pro posals of thoso desiring to bo ser lected aa the depository of the county funds of said Potter County under tho provisions of.Seot.lona 20 to 33 inclusive of Chaptor 164 of the General Laws of the Twenty ninth Legislature will be received, pulillcly opened and passed upon by the Commissioners' Court of said county. , All bids must be: delivered to me not later than 10 o'clock a. m. on tho 11th day 'of February, 1907, and must be accompanied by certi fied chock for the sum of - Throe Hundred Dollars aa . required by ' " ' fi (j law. Bond will be roqulred of tho suc cessful bidder, und tho amount of such bond will bo fixed by the Commissioners' Court beforo such bids are opened and conaldercd. Witness my hand nnd Beal of of flco at Amarlllo, Texas, this tho 14th day of January, 1907. SAM R. MERRILL, (jounty Judgo of Potter County, I Texas. FROM THE ANTILLES. t'l'aiiilM'rlnlii Cough Kcrtio'ly Ben efits a City Coiiih 'Imaii ut Kington, .Taimilca. Mr. W. O'Reilly Fogarty, who Is a member of tha city council at Kingston, Jamnlca, West Indies' writes as follows: "One bottlo of Chamberlnln's Cough Remedy had, good effect on a cough that was giving mo troublo und I think I should havo !?on more quickly ro lleved If I had continued tho rem edy. That it was beneficial and quick in relieving mo there Is on doubt and It Is my intention to oh tain another bottlo." For Balo by Goldlng Drug Co. ORDINANCE NO. 111. An ordlnanco regulating tho run iflng of automobiles and vehicles similarly propelled la tho City of Amnrlllo, Texas. Bo it ordained by tho City Coun oil of the City of Amnrlllo, Texas: Section 1. Any porson who Bhall run or cause to bo run any nuto- mobllo or other vehicle similarly propelled along or upon any street, alley or other public grounds In tho City of Amnrlllo, Texas, at a greater rato of speed than 6lx miles per hour, shall bo deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, ujjon conviction thereof, be fined In any sum not less than five nor moro than twenty-flvo dollars. Section 2. Any person running or operating any , automobile or other vchlclo similarly propelled upon the streets of Amarlllo, Texas, shall give a dlsdnct alarm when approaching any street crossing, by blowing a horn or whistle or sound Ing a bell or gong; and any per son violating this section ehall be fined In any Bum not exceeding ten dollars for each offense. Section 3. Any person who shall run or operate any such automobile or other vehicle similarly propelled In said City of Amnrlllo, without having first had not less than thir ty days actual experience and train ing in such capacity, Bhall bo deem ed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, upon conviction, be fined in any Bum not to exceed ten dollars. Section 4. Each automobile or other vehicle similarly propelled, which Is run in said City of Amnr- illo, on the streets or other public grounds thereof, shall be numbered and tho number registered In such manner as Is provided by Ordinance No. 141 ot this city regulating tha numbering of vehicles used for hire, whether such automobllo or other vchlclo similarly propelled Is uesd for hlro or not; and all provi sions and penalties prescribed In said ordinanco NO. 141 regulating tho numbering 'and registering of DiCFWSON ac? t. CAHNERS (''' Tim Sweet Cptfn Stock for Justice Brand Corn is not grown by con tract. All raised in "Dick's Garden"- by our own men. We know how. That "Know How" .is what gives its "In dividual .Flavor." Ask for Recipe Booklet. Insist I'pon Getting Justice Brand At all Grocers. Nobles Bros. Grocery Co. DISTRIBUTORS the numbers ot vifbtcles used foi hire Hhnll apply to tho numbering und reentering of tho numbers ot automobiles und other vehicles nlm Unrly propelled, whether tho aamo bo lined for hlro or not. Section G. This ordinance shall bo In full forco nnd effect from nnd after lis passage and publication as provided by la. Panned by tho City Council of tho City of Amarlllo, Texas, on tho 2nd day of January, A. D. 1007. Approved this tho 2n;l day of January, A. I). i 007. WILL A. MILLER, JR.. Mayor of tho City of Amnrlllo, Texas. (Attest:) SAM. J. BROWN, City Secretary. ORDINANCE NO. 113. An ordlnanco furlhor defining nuisance's, providing for their abatement nnd providing a penalty for their mulnteanco. Bo it ordained by tho City Coun cil of tho City of Amarillo, Texas: Section 1. All closets not con nected with tho public sewer nml all cesspools and all other build-,, lags. of structures of nny kind whnt- soever not connected with tho pub lic sewer and used for tho deposit of housenlops or eyremont from tho human body aro hereby declar ed to bo nuisances ,nnd their uso prohibited and any porson who Blinll uso or permit to bo used on any premises owned, occupied or controlled by Mm, any such cess pool or any closet, building or truc turo not connected with the public sower nnd ur.cd for tho deposit ot honseslops or excrement from tho human body, shall bo deemed gull? ty of a? misdemeanor, nnd upofr. conviction, ehall bo fined In any' Bum not to exceed fifty dollars for each offense; nnd each and every day that this ordinance is violated shall constltuto a Bcpnrato offense, It Is provided, however, that no person shall bo convicted for using ft closet or cesspool in bucU manner as may bo provided by ordinance, when such closet or, cesspool Is lo cated on any block In tho city into which tho public sewer does not ex-, tend; and it is further provided, that workmen engaged in tho con structlon of a business houso or rco idenco located on any block in the city may uso a closet not connected with the public- sewer while- en gaged in tho construction of such business housopr residence. Section 2. Upon tho conviction of any porson for maintaining a -nuisance as provided in Section 1 hereof, such nuisance shall bo abat ed In tho manner provided in Sec- 21 of Ordlnanco No. 83 of this city. . Section 3. This ordlnanco Bhnll bo In full forco ar.-'t effect from and after ninety days from Its passago and approval. Passed by the City Council of tho City of Amarlllo, Texas, on tho 2nl day of January, A. D. 1907. Approved this the 2nd day ot January, A. D. 1907. WILL A. MILLER, JR., Mayor of tho City of Amarillo, Texas. (Attest;) SAM J. BROWN, ; City Secretary. ' .u&ek;a,Ill., ?r- ri-M