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V. he V JJL vol. xx u. AA1ARILLO, TtiXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 7' 1907 NO. 10 Hera d a, ANNUAL Of Potter County's Finances from February 1st, 19O6 to January 31st, 1907, Inclusive pjiceipts and i JUJIY FFNU 1st CLASS ftn Tlal.Kiro on hflnd J;m iiary 31, " eiuoun'. received during year Credit. JJy amount paid out during year " 'balanco To balance, now on hand . ' SS 95 BOAD AND DIM IK! 10 FUND 2nd CLASS. To balance on hand January 31, J 0 0 (J 111.',!) SI " amount received during year 11637 " I Credits By amount paid out during year... . 7117 22 " amount transferred to other fuuda 2."":'.9 4,"i " balanco .',110 2 1 27990 8S 37990 SS To balanco now on band !110 21 GENERAL FUND- - 3rd CLASS. To balance on hand January 31, 11100 9U7 30 " amount received (luring year .' 10190 42 Credits - By amount paid out during year...... . . 11197 S " balanco 20S no To balance, now on hnnd . . ........ SCHOOL FUND 1th CLASS . . ' ( To balanco on hand January 31, 11)00 . . , 20',)'J . " amount received during year...... . . 3011 OS Credits- liy amount paid out during year.'. , i 2223 70 " balanco . . .................... 2916 93 To balanco now on band . . ... COURTHOUSE AND JAIL FUND ufti CLASS. ' To balanco on hand January 31, 1900 . . .. 4 521 01 v f " amount" receives! Uurlug year.... . . ......... 3913 50 Credits Cy amount paid out during year..... . . . ......... 7500 Z'i i " balance . . . . 910 21 To balanco now on hnnd . . , PERMANENT SCHOOL FUND 6th CLASS. To balance oil hand January 31, 11100 12S1 00 Crcditb To balanco . . . . 12S1 00 1284 00 12S4 00 lo balance- now on hand . . . , 12$ 1 00 -' SEMBTF.RY FUND '71b CLASS. , , 'I. lialaiu'o on hand January 31, 1901..,.. , 319 41 t ' . amount received during year , . , 7S7 50 Credits :. aaioun' paid out during year . . . 203 40 " balanco . . ,. . . . 9.13 45 113G 91 1130 91 To balance mow on band . . , 93.1 45 ROAD AND Rill DUE SINKING FUND rv :; mount received during year 'ml its mount paid out during year .ilanco . . i V T 1 ' lir.lanca now on hand . . : NEW COURTHOUSE AND JAIL SINKING FUND 9th CLASS. Ti. aa lance on band January 31, 1006 .. ., 55SI 7S n mount, received during year , 30S2 5, Credits IV amount paid out during year 2149 53 balance . . , . . 7114 50 To balanco-.now on band . . , ROAD AND BRIDGE BUILDING FUND 1 01 h CLASS. To amount transferred from other funds 20213 33 Credits By amount paid out during year , 101 00 ' balanco . . , 20112 29 t r ' I k . . A .J ' To balanc-'nov on hand . . RECAPITULATIION. ' ' To balance onbanrl la nil funds. Jan. 31, 1906 26224 16 ' " amount received from-all sources . . .......4S001 25 CredKs Dy amount paid out-durlng year.... ..: . ......... 31122 26 " balanco . . ....... 40766 15 . ', . 74SSS 41 74SS8 41 J3CxteHiiBnintoow.ia. hands ot treasurer .... ....,!,i0766 15 EXHIBIT disrihsmems . . , ( 100G $ 2t IS 3 T 1 71 J""1'1' 91 i !." 3.-.U0 R! Sal'.O SI) 11100 7S 11100 7S . 203 90 r y illO 03 C140 03 . . 2910 93 S 1 10 00 8110 JJ M . . ........... 910 21 Sth CLASS. ........ Iis3 79 ; . . 17 OS 1S30 7 1 i '." ' 1883 79 1SS3 73 1S36 71 9561 03 056 t 03 , . . , 7114 DO 11 20213 35 20213 35 , 20112 29 BONDED l.ND.EJU'EDNESS. New coiiilhiiiiM and Jail .".OOilU 00 Knad ami lirld ;c Total . . Amount imw tl u ,3 cduuty mi cmivlcl. boiida Iviuily In C'xhi'aii cniinly latiilM County bond i 'held by the I'eruianunt ncliool 'fund Total Till': STA'I i: OF TUN VS. COUNTY OF POTTEII. I. Frank W'oiriin. i'ouii!; Cirri.. I'ottrr County, Texas, d h'rcli.v ','ei'tiiy tli,. above and for'y.oin.; m n, tiic ;md correci Kxliiliit for H vim- ending J;iiniary ;i I , :in7. a:- : Ihumi by ilie FinatK'n Lil-cr yf s...id coiinlv. as f c(iilred by An id . s 2 1 !, 'Lueral Laws of Texn; Air"''d April 25, 1S!5. (liven under my band ami seal of olTiv. al oitn.. In Ainarlllo, t his ::5;ii day of February, A. I. i "07. FRANK OI.I'I.I.N, , Clei U County Court, I'o'.A- Comity, T( .as. THK STATE OF TEXAS. COUNTY OF POTTER. IN COMMISSION ERS' COURT, FEBRUARY TERM. 1907. BEFORE ME, Frank WoU'lhi. Clerk of tlio Coiiniy Court .in and for ,1 1 il rourity, poi'Minally appeared Ilie Mcinlieis of the Coinniihsioiu.'i'h' Court wlioho 1 mi's are brlow iiscrlbed, who, 11 1 11 1 1 1 oath, do ;iy; That lh.) reriilreiuents of Article S(I7, Chap ter !, Title XXV., of the Revised Statutes of the Stale of Texas, as amended by t! o regular session of the Twi'iiiy-irTTli Legislature, have In all tilings been fully complied uiih and (bat the cash and other assets, mentioned In the quarterly report ni.ido to and filed in this Court by N. 11. Tudor, County Treasurer of said County, for tbo quarter ending the 31st day of January, 0O7, nnd held by him for said County, have THE POWER OF STEAM. MIjr Mir Sro Itnt It Tkm C.rnln to K nll.r. Wicti .l.nniM Watt mw ihn Ftonm caudliiK tho kPttlo IUI to Jump an. I d.nvii ho niiil "Thrrn must bo pnwrr in tltut si. sun that It can lift each a, trplRht." Thorn was. Jlllllmis rrlnr to Mm lift'l eivm thn ii.imo plioniimonnn nn.J regarded it as an unrxpliiinoil myfUery. Itwnt pi'icntllio riwarch lias put Its fliiRcr m tlio "cau.so" of nnmlrulf, Fnll Ini; ll.ilr. iiml consoqufnt PaMnosn, ftni hart uncart hf.l a tiny Rfrm which cats tin llfo from thn rnnts of human hair. Nowhro'H Horplclili doslroya this porm nt'nl rnnMoqu'ontly rostoroa the hair to Its nntural Btnto. Bold by loadlnir dnuTCists Pond 10c. In stamps for namplo to Tlio IltrplcJdu Ce., LH-UulU Mich. Two mz.'s ,,i) ci'iil.s nnd 51.00. Notice of Sheriff's Sale. (Real Esratc.) By virtue of nn execution issued out of tjie lloiiorabh Justice of (he Peace Court of Potter counly, oil the tUh day of March, A. 1). 1007. In the case of Strln;;fellov-Huiiin Hardware. Co., :v corporation (plaintiff) vs. Ilohn .Mmrell, No. 35!', and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered, I have levied upon this iho lii'h day of March, A. It. 1007, and will, between the hours o"I0 o'clock a. 111. land 4 o'clock p. in., on the first Tuesday In April, A. D. 1H07, it .hclnpr the Dud day of said month, at the Court house door (if said Poller county, in tho ciiy of Ainarillo, proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bid der, for cash In band, all rl.bt, title and inlerest ' which the said John Merrell bad on the CCTi Siy of March A. D. 1H07, or at any time (hereafter, of, in and (o The following described properly, to-wTl; Survey oF land No. 100, block 2, cnrtlflcale f,.s!), issued to Adams Really & Mmillon (bavins been free school land) situated In Poller conn, ly, Texas, said jirtiperty being levied on as tho property of John Morrcll to satisfy a judsmeiit amounting to $00. 1.4., In favor of St'rlnKfiMlow Hiinio Tlardwaro Co., and costs of milt. (liven under my hand (his the fifh day of March, A. 1). 100 7. .1. e. iiutiiircs, Sheriff Poller County, Texas. A Slildi in Time, will save nine. So will a bottlenf Ballard's Horehound Syrup always kept on hand save many a spell of sickness. A sure cure coughs, colds, bronchitis and whooping coush. Mra. S , Hot SprliiRs, Ark., writes: "I keep a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup In my modlclno chest, and thank my forethought many times. Jt haa prevented many severe spells of sickness." Sold by L. O. Thompson &. Bro. Cntin Hack, all Rl.es and quali lles. Soo Southern Brokerage Co., F.rM Bide. Amarlllo. !) n '. TOiHM) oo i;;io nu 3 on ml Im) .Muni mi K.::io 00 been fully Inspected ;,i'd counie.l by Ihpin at. this t.'im ef siid Cnuri; anil 'ln( the aaioiin' 01 nnniey and other 'Is in Hip h.iiids of said Treas.ru' are as f.illo., to-wlt: Total aniouiit of cadi In the va rslmi funds bel'ining to the county, Forty Thousand.-, Seven Hundred, Slxly-six Dollars and Fil'leeu One hundredths, $ . . 7 : . I : t. ' S'A.M' II. MURRILL, Counly Judu-,. potter County, Texas. .1. B. Ki:i!R, Counly Comnilssmne!-, I'nii.'r Conniy .1. W. KE.NNERBY, ("ounty Coniniis.-.iouii', Puller County Y. A. CA.MI'BELL, County Coiiiiius.vuiii t, poller Counly J. T. CLAYBROOK, County Coinniissioner, Potter Counly Subscribed am! sworn to before me, this 21st day of February, 1007. (Seal) FRANK WOLFL1N. County Clerk, Potter Counly WILL OBVIATE EXTRAS Now Santa Fe Time Card Shows Change Which Will Correspond With Running Time The new Santa Fo time, card which t;oos Info effect tomorrow has one change in schedule which has prob ably been Influenced by tho recent ruling of tho railroad commission I hat trains must start from tho di vision point not 111010 than thirty minutes l.ito or send out an extra. Under tin; new card, the southbound train which bis been diio to arrive in Amarlllo at 0:05 in the morning is now marked to arrive at 10:05. Thero is iio'chano in tho marking ol the northbound train. Tbo change is practically on in schedule oin.V because tho days when tho train Is less than 11 11 hour late are so rare that they aro occa sions of unusual interest. The train is usiiiYIly from firty-fivo minutes to two hours late and the new schedule will .be more satisfactory because it comes nearer stating tho facts. Un til the recent ruling n-f the railroad commission in repard lo late trains, the schedule made liKlo difference, but for tho last few weeks the com pany has been obliged to Fend out extras oyer the Pecos Valley nearly every morning- because the Santa Fe had failed to arrive within the thirty in I n ti to limit which lias been pre scribed by the commission. The running- of the extra I rain has ureal ly pleased I he people of the towns along tho line from hero to Texlco, .but it lias probably proved a losing prop osition for th0 road. The change In tho schedule will enable the com pany to avoid the sending of extras except In the case of unusual losses of time. F01' Sale or Trade. A fine black Jack 1 1 i bauds high high. S-years old, grey belly and mealy nose. Fine breeder. " 1 1 1 trade for eily or country property or horses, cattle or bogsi. J. B. KERR. S ( r One mile east of Amarillo DETAIL MAPS MADE Curves and Turnout For the Street Railway Are Calculated and Location of Lines is Fixed City Engineer-Taylor has complet ed the drawings and calculations for tho curves, turnout, and'oroFslngs of tho fitrt'ft, .ralwavnnd-Vir'Inrii.fnp thfl conespondiiig material will be made at mice. Tbo llius for whl.h ibo maps now been 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 ,- may be said to st n t from the power house 011 Tlcr street cornering on Third. Tim cars will turn J'i'om there Into Polk si reel where the m.ilu I urn out Is located beiwceu Third and Fourth streels. The line runs up Third street to Bu chanan, lh( 11 noiili 10 l'Tr.-t and along First oppodie Hie union sta tion to Lincoln street, on Lincoln will be localed the long Mull line which will run to an Intersection with the Pecos Valley tracks and will rross Into the (ilcnwood addi tion west of the cemetery. From the Polk street turnoyt the line will run south on Polk as far as the Polk street school building. Tiie fr.inchls,. siipulates the location of the line that far but whether the line will extend further for the pres. en Is not certain. Another line will turn wed on Founh street past the new (Hy ball and out Fourth probably to Jackson. Iheiico south probably to the city park. Prom the turnout north the linn will inn on Polk street across the Denver and Rock Island tracks out 10 tho saiillaiiuni and then west, to the addition In which the company is interested. Material conliues to arrive In large quantities mid the pi0 of cross lies 011 the lots owned by the company on Ty'er Is growing dally. The first order of sleel for the company should arrive Ibis month. All'the steel will be sixty pound and with ample cross ties will make a smooUi and fast road bed. ' Actual construction i to have been commenced under the terms of tho franchise by April 11 and the com pany will have no difficulty in com plying with Iho terms. Frightfully Burned. Chas. V. Moore, a machinist, of Ford CHy, Pa., bad bis band fright fully burned in an electric furnace. Ho applied Bm-klen's Arnica Salve with tho usual result: "a (iiiek and perfect cure." Crealest healer oil earlh for burns, wounds, sores, 'ecze ma and piles. 25c at L. 0. Thomp son & Bro's., drugglsls. LIBRARY GETS OLD CITY BUILDING By the decision of the oily council yesterday afternoon tho Library as social ion Is given he iho "f -ho old city building for library purposes. Tho only bill which the association will have to settlo will be the fi a month rent on the ground which is not owned by tho city. Tho building has an excellent loca tion for lh0 purpose, just cast o tho Elmhlrst hotel, and is limply largo for tho use of tho library. Tho young ladies of the J.' U. O. club at present liavo tiSU volumes iit their collection and have $ 00 in cash. The memberships in tho library associa tion amount to over $100 and this money will bo Invested in new books as they are called for. Tho associa tion is ready to open tho library at once and will immediately take, pos session of tho building. The J. II. O. club lias furnishings which 'wall be well adapted to the interior of the .building so tho problem of equip ment will not bo hard to settle. It is not likely that the library can be opened every day in tho week at present because the number of books hardly justifies the expense and Iho association has not the means at lis command, but it will bo Kept open enough to meet the needs of Iho patrons and the accommodations will be Increased as rapidly as funds can be secured. Membership In (ho association gives the patron nil the privileges of the library for 11 feu ot $1.50 per J ear. He Was In Trouble. "1 wan in trouble, but found a way out of it, and I'm a happy man again, tlnce Dr. Klng'a New Life Pills cured mo of chronic constipation," says E. Yv". Goodloe, 107 St. Louis St., Dallas, Texas. Guaranteed sat isfactory. Price 25e at L. O, Thomp son & Bro's. dins store. drain sacks, all &lzes and quali fies. Seo Southern Brokerage Co., Fnkl Hide. Amatlll', 1 ?, LAMB WIRE FENCE cm 11 6 Now on hand, l'y far the strongest and most durable fence made. The only hih carbon steel feuec. Call and Soo It, E. S. Buraess -Sole WERE VICTIMS OF A SWINDLE Two young linn, strangers to the town, reported to the officer this morning what has every appearance of being a swindle. They have been looking for employment and yester day they entered an employment agency on the Bowery and asked for places. The man In cnarge, whom they say was pretty thoroughly In toxicated at the time, told the men lie would secure iTe m places with a construction rump near Tri'd.'d mid would get them J,vU!)ty'lln to the place of work. They were each re quired to pay a fee of $1 and were told to report at a certain t i mo for work. The boys tried to find the man when the time came to niait for Trinidad but failed to locato him and no one seemed to know anything about the affair. This morning they went to the proprietor of tho place but be disclaimed any knowledge or respousilnlity for tho act. The boys both have receipts for t.ho money they paid out and have seen tbo man who took their money, bo a complete and satisfactory ex planation will bo In order -when the officers find' thn particular man whr pocketed the llttlu contribution from tho strangers. Grain Sack". Just received i car load o( grain s,ack8. Offlco Eaklo Bids., Amarillo. 9 2 SOUTHERN BROKERAGE CO. Grain sacks, all fllzes nnd quall lles. tfeo Southern Brokerage Co., Eakl BldK'., Amarlllo. 9 2 It's tho highest standard of qual ity, a natural tonic, cleanses your system, reddens- the cheeks, bright ens tho eyes, gives flavor to all you eat. llollistirs' Rocky Mountain Tea will do this for you. :!," cents, Tea or Tablets. J. W. McQueen, druggist. 0 lin 126.96.36.199.4. 188.8.131.52. 4. 184.108.40.206.4.4. . PERSONAL MENTION. 4.4,4.4.4. . 220.127.116.11.4. J. J. Holt Is confined to bis home by Illness. Con Jowell returned yesterday from a trip to K.m Antonio. Mrs. Harp, or Phiinvlew, stopped over in Amarlllo edorday. Hunter Nelson Is hero from Mem phis for a stay in Amarillo. .Sheriff .1. E. Hughes went to Fort Worth yesterday on business, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jones, of Here ford, are visiting In Amarlllo. Mosely Frauds, of Salina, Texas, is here looking over the situation. .lint Ivey Is in from his ranch in the Vega country for business in Amarlllo. J. C. Coleman, of Dalhart, waa a caller at tlio Dally panhandle offlco today. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Barcus, of Hereford, stopped over in Amarillo yesterday. R. B. Newcnmo has .been confined to his home this week by a sharp at tack of grip. W. Ij. Thompson returned yester day from a short recreation trip to Mineral Wells. John Williams left yesterday, after Agent, - noon for a visit, with relatives nt Worthani, Texas. W. E. Ariiislrong, tho Pli'inviaw justice of the peace and business man, Is ber0 today. Attorney D. B. Hill wan down I rem Dalhart esieni,iy for a vi.sit with Amarlllo friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Clinton ramo In from Denver, Culo., (Tils 111 or 11 1 n -5 for a visit with friends here. Captain While, of Washburn, Is here to attend the funeral of hlj niece, Mrs. Albert J. Caldwell. (). T. Sl.iy'ton, piThideiu of tbo First. NaiTonal Bank at Lubbock And al. Tiilioka, is hero today on hti.H-,, nea. . 'Mr. and Mrs. McKinniry int Mon day afternoon for a trip Eouth for the benefit of Mrs. MrKlnstry'a ' health. J. M- Brafclton Is slopping over today with Ainarillo friends and tell ing them wbat city Plalnvcw la grow ing to be. Mrs. Daisy Leigh, and little daugh ter, and her sister, Miss Ida i'aruplos, are in Galveston for u, few weekb' pleasure visit. Miss Berllia Ka!o Nutin entertains the St. Nicholas club thia afternoon at lier Tiome on Jackson Htreet In lienor of Mrs. tfam Orr. T. E. Stucker, of Kingfisher, Okla., an experienced engine man, .went out with ITartley nnd Baker's new plow rig to run the new engine. A. C. Kclnath, of Artoda, Is hero gelling a display of Tocos Valley products ready for exhibit in a tent near tho union station. Frederick Kendall arrived ycnlcr day morning from Cuffcyvlllo, Kan., to Join his partner, .Mr. Baylor, for tbo opening o their new furnishing slor'e 011 Pol It btreet. Dealli of Mrs. Caldwell. Yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Albert J. Caldwell, dfed at tho FaDitarlum, whero bho baa been seriously ill for several days. Mrs. Caldwell was only 2 jears o ago and her untimely death comes as a sad shock to all who knew her. She bad been in dellcale health for sonio tlmo and yesterday an operation becamo nec essary. Slio never recovered from tbo slunk but passed uway within a few hours. Before her marriago three years ago, Mrs. Caldwell wan Miss Lela. B. Mltchel, 0110 of tho best known and most popular youn lad lea of tho Claudo community. After her re nin al to Amarillo, her attractive and winiu'iig personality ma do her inany friends hero who will feet with tho Inn. band. Dr. Caldwell, nnd the moth erless children, their sort) loss. Tho funeral was held thla after noon from the jestdeneo on Ltncoin street. Rev. C. N. N. Ferguson, of ibo Meflmdist church, conducted the services and u number of Binders from the various churches assisted in thu singing ot familiar hymns. Besides tho friends In Amarlllo, Mrs. Caldwell's mother, Mrs. Mitchell, lier aunt and uncle, Captain 'and Mrs. White, and a number of other friends from Claudo wcro present at tho services. New York Lead and Copper. New York. March 6. Lead qulot, $G(G.20. Copper firm, $25.25?,. 25.50. Get in tho band wagon and .becoiat a. booster for .Amarlllo. Li v.V - ..a.i 1 i. .1 T. :.: wmm.