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TIK WK13KLY HERALD, MARCH 7, 1907
WIE Wfr.KI.Y liCRALD rriMI;ihJ weekly on Tliumtliyw '. Cil lo!lc Sin'!, Am.v.lUo, Texas. r. i:. r.oi:si:v, rnMMicr. a. A. i:ii!:vsT:it, rditr ami vr Entered rt th rostofflca at Ainnr lUo, Tvia', n jpcmid vlas'j mall n:.t tr. Official Oivn of City tt Amiwlllo Ml roller County ADVERTISING RAWS: ,f, iCc ter Inch each Insertion ., to per lino each insertion TIM, Jc pr v.ord f Inter ;. 'c far word enb aubsn.u'nt ; 1 1 : r. r. , frmvrioN $1.00 pkr year. . 0 Herald will teas comlnf to . u hon your llmo rxiilre unions ; .a authorized to continue II. . u. .i:l,l any i1filbf r full to re The Herald regularly, nleaso :! n 1.1 at onre by raid or tele- .nv mi rnflertlnr upon the tlir.raVtcr, atandltn or reputation of any unrson, firm or coriionmon which mar appear In tho column or The Herald will be nlndly corrected tipen It being brought to tne ui tentlon of the publisher. TIIUUSDAT, MAHCH 7. 1907. WK'VB ALL HAD IT. (Willi apology to Jame Harton Adauia.) When, yotsr eyes are red und your atoiuflch hollow, 'Cause your throat la no note you cannot swallow; When yoar legn aro so weak you cannot walk, And your Up are ho cracked you ranmpt talk; Vou've got tbw grlnne, 'by bohU, you've got the grippe. Whou the feet wlro the brain that they cnanol, utand, And the rln ahoot from nock thro' shoulder and hand; When your hair hurt your hi'ad and .your nose la aore, And your whole system at hen clean throuxh to tbe core; You've .got ibo grippe, by gosh, you've 6t the grippe. When a tli'e fod cold or an Icycle hot, When you don't glvo a darn If you live or not; Wben you sneeze and you :ongh all the livelong tluio. And you'd eell your chance for an old plugg'd dime.; Vou've got tbe grippe, 'by goah, you've got the grippe. L. A. 1 UNMAN. WM HAVK flTAUTKI) SOMKTHim Messrs. Tbonias and MtirchTson, tho rangere referred to In the article of Saturday evening, ami In an ed itorial In lant evening's paper, were callers at the Dally Panhandle office .Y morning, and entered a protest i ; : s t the Idea the editor of the .handlo had grjt of thern through -.iatenients of tho citizens who .it. m! (o their work In tho city. ; tod they came here working So Dockray case, and not to In c ln the pollco matters of tho They tell the editor of eondl ;.,:) found, In which they took v"iSi..ii,ilvl.nv.(iVm.iiie ? New and Second-Hand ' i'v ww w d hi Manufacturers of Leather Couches. Opposite Amarillo Motel. J. V. RICE & CO. i !i ' -'5aic Laiulnd Immigration Company VV. If . D iiZ It E R Y, Manager OJ A'AKILLO, TEXAS no hand, until appealed to by some of the I'iral police lorre, nnd little by little, at p'mic" offl h of the rta'.f, they v.cre drawn In'o police u.'.'U'va of Hie city until they could uttii'l Ihu cotiill'loiiM u lonur, lii:u t'jpy t.)c.i tho 41 Hon tney did Sutur- day. it a fnifd In this paper. Tiny U-l of certain young lueu, relnted to pecru officers, who vir tually live o'f t'1" money of dlMu- Into women in tho Kcurlft (lli.lnct of tln city, nnd that most (if the trouble whl.li occlll'ii Oil Hut Powery la caiiMeil by the plinpH kept by tho wdineii of tlie ncailet illi lrlct, who ro fappi-ra for the Loiihch over ;l:u railroad dump, and who anhlnt la fleecing the jjoor uckein bleied to ih'.H locxllly, when they are not huay robbing "10 Pnnr hikLcih on the flowery. The.se thlllKH Iraiixplro, mi tint raiiRcr pay, with I he full know leilc.n of wimo of the lty pollio olflcer.i, wbo ure powerlePM to hlop them, and rid the city of tlie worthier char actera. The ranern bavo taken a hand, they any, itt the requoHt of dome of the offlcere of the city and of hoiiiii of Hip liet clllzens. Now the Hall l'antiainlle Iiiih learned None thingH Hlllie tho eilllo rial of I.i nf evenliiK, and while It iiK-n it r all It inld relative to ontsi" officer coming In to enforce the lawn, and keep order and decency, yet., when local officers prove them kpIvph worthlem, Tirlpler! or unwll- llnjt to take a hand In rlildlux a city of hueh characfera ni above referred to, then (his paper believes It ,Ih time to iillnw ontnlile offlcerH to Inter fere, If Uiey will ami are capable. Tho Pally Panhandle H k'vIiij.; a MttlH ultelltlOll to both hides of this conlroverny, nnd ahull have more to say nlxiut IT In future l-iies. ltl;;ht Is rlht nnd wrongs nobody, and will prevail In the long run, ami that Is what the Ually PanhandlH wanta to sustain, nnd will do ho. as far n It la able from the facts at Its command. FOK SALK Puffalo-ritfg 22 h. p. return flue engine, miltnble for plowing. New water wngon, rook shack and'aepnrator. A bargain for $l,7r.O. H. or T. Olles, Amarlllo, Texoa, box 374. 6-lmp FOR APliyEETING Eiecutiv3 Ccmmittee of Panhandle Cattle raisers Association Plans Program for Big Convention at RoswcII (Prom Wedneaday'i Daily.) For the convention at Ronwell on April 18,17 andlS, the executive committee of the Panhandle Cattle Kaisers' associallon met here yenter dny' to complete plans which will make the April gathering the largest, and most useful session of tb asso ciation that baa over 'been held. President Thomas S. Hughec, of Clarendon, presided over the meet ing, and with him were the oilier members of the executive committee, V. C. Isaacs, of Canadian, vice presi dent, 10. II. llralnard, of Canadian, aecretary; H. T. Ware, treasurer; C. T. Word, of Canyon, a. A. Sachae, of Hereford, W. D. Slaughter, of Dal. JACKiS For Sale Don't buy a stale jack of tincer taln age, but buy where a respon able Rtiarantee rocs with him. Write for catalogue or come inspect' TENNESSEE JtGK FIRM, TKRRELL, TEXAS. Furniture and Hardware . 307 POLK ST f) All DiiHiiuss IntrusioJ to us will ;cc-i' onr cereful attt ntion hart and William Ilarrell. Tho moet lug waa held la tho private offices (if tho Webtcrn Hank & Trust Co. )Klerday afternoon. licldoi the mcniberi Jndn'i (). II. Nel.ain iiml William l'euii Andcriion ni' l wl: U Ihu cu n 1 1) 1 1 1 1 1 . , All 1 1 i 1 1 k 1 1 tho proiji'aui Ik nut yet lOiiiplein foi' mibll' allon, It U known that H will present Homo of tbu Htroni'eHt featnies that have ever been Heriired for the conventions. The attendance s going to break k cords find the enterlalnineiit which Itoiwell Is preparing for tbe cattle men and their Mends will be the most elaborate ever fclvan. Hi hides the regular convention, .TndK" Nelson, of the Western Stock, ynrils company, haa his booklnga about complete far lli big sale of nun cat 1 1", one hundred and fifty liciid of Panhandle and Pecos valley i .il iiid llerefui'd rati I" will be ei hlldleil fur sale, liehllb'S BDine x ep- ilonally fine offerlnns from the north and iiot. Colonel K. K. IMmondson, of Claud" and Kansas City, his called a meeting for the evening of March IS of the Panhandle Hereford Breed ers' association, of which he Is pic-s- lent. Colonel Kdinondsoii, who la one (,f ihe IicnI known fine slock men In the country will be the aiiiilon- (:! -jit Hie big Hale. t Present Indlcittlona all K ' idmw that there will be a lar;;e attendance of buyers at the convention and the sprlin? moving of caMlj will take ihe start from deaU made at thn j;a'h et lnn. lied need rates w hich have been secured and the Interest In the convention aroused by the Hoswell nlertnlners usstire an attendance of cattlemen mid their friends from all over the district nnd from other sec tions of the country. FOK SALE. Macaroni or Du rum spring wheat and upeltz. Both clean and jibsolutdv free from Johnson crass mid other Kraln. A. CAYTON, Six miles Southeast of Washburn. Ho!d-Up Man on ; Missouri Pa cific Shot Passenger Associated I'resg. Kansas City, March 5. The gen eral superintendent' office of the Missouri Pacific here today stated that W. O. Weslluke, tho passenger who was ahot In last night's hold-up of the northbound train No. 310, near' Plttaburg, Kan., was not seri ously Injured. Westlake was shot in tile arm by one of the train rohDers who were going through the tralu robbing the passengers. Officers are scouring the country for the bandits but n yet have no clue. A False Alarm. A fire scare nt 108 Buchanan at 7 o'clock tlila morning gave the fire whistle a cbanc to do an effective alarm clock act. but the blaze waa extinguished almost immediately and the department did not leave the sta-, tlon. DEPEVV IS HELD FOR BRONX WRECK Washington, D. C, March 5. Senator Chnuncy Depew, one of tho directors of the New York Central who Is held by the coronor'a Inquiry, which Inquired In to the wreck In nronx, Feb. 16,. when twenty-three were .killed, will go to New York this afternoon to consult with tho counsel of th0 road. He said today that he had not been summoned to appear liut that be would be guided by Die advice "of legal counsel. Extra Fancy, Winter ' Laying:, Single-Comb RHODE ISLAND REDS IS CGGS $2.00 30 EGGS $3.72 No Stock For Sale. H. V. Robertson I'lionc 435 Amariilo, Texas SHOT BY ROBBERS mi: npi:t:p, ki:i:iu:sh appm:. A Itevclalloii In Hie Cultivation nf (lie Api'b' Tree, The Texas j;pl;n(cr i'.cedlesH Ap ple fillip. my, with nii'lu offices at li.i!!a::, ar (jiienln- a .branch office In Amaillli) fur tlm Introduction of llielr rail.' goads In tlm l'unhaudlo territory. This office ul present Is located at. tho Kliiililrsi. hotel In this city and Is under the m.viagcment of K. ('. J.aulcr, general a;;eiit for the (innpiny. Thin being pracllcally fhe startllnj; stngo of fruit tree planting Hi the panhandle, and thn fact that these ;i)inls are of the very highest degroo of agrlcul'ural perfection, It inlght be well fop all who are In terested to make a thorough Inves tigation of this new und successful development of the rcedless apple tree. This company al--o carries a stuck of seedlei's grape vine Known as tin! Amber variety which Is tlie largest I'ecdliss grape oil the market and which is a grape of excellent flavor and , hi'iirs at'er two veais from the 1 1 mil if planting1. A striking peculiarity of the ap- pl.) trees l:( their hole Of blossnlits. Sclcui Iflcally speaking, of course, there Is a blossom, but the' petals which, comprise the flower of the common apple tree, are entirely iib i'clit, III,, only reseiiililatiiii to the blossom appearing In the form of several small green leaves, which grow around the little apple and shelter It. This green hud, which appears on the needles apple I roe, resembles the lilojsom on the coni miln apple tree, f tlie petals (flower 'or bloom 1 of tho. latter Were re moved. A sectional view of this lit tle green appl" shows even as much difference from tho ordinary apple bud as I.i shown In the sectional view of the ripened fruit. This .bud, or abnormal blossom, contains but a small iU, unity of pol len, jirobably not over otie-twcntleili of the amount that Is on the common apple blossom and to this, together with the fact that the abnormal flow ers seldom have any stamens, llje pial.lls therefore not being polletlated. Is attributed the seedless character of tho apple. The apple very much resembles the seedless orange lit that the meat Is solid and thero Is a slightly hard ened Btilistance at the so-called "blow end." The latter feature has almost disappeared lu . bv orange, however, and It is'less botlcfeable In the-niiplo on the last generation of trees now In. tho company's orchard and occa sionally an apple Is found with that feature nearly ullminuted. Kvery tfilng Indicates lliat it' is only a question oT time when It will have disappeared. Tho apple will average In size with the Jonathan, contains a much Juice, as the ordinary apple, and Is strictly a winter variety, favoring the Baldwin in flavor and shape. In color the apple are red, wheu fully matured, with yellow "straw berry dots." The meat Is very firm and hard, nnd It Is one of the very longest keepers grown. Tho trees have a hard, smooth bark and staud the cold weather better, If anything, than tho ordinary varieties. Early und lale frosts have never had any effect, on the fruit bearing qualities of these, trees. They re very pro lific bearers, strong and hardy, and will ibear fruit In any climate where npples are grown. mmmm rrili &jnA " i A. it , ' Wmk - -. LIU .C'..-W'i.:i : "A A M HI. 1m Ml f .hm III. EK3 Ml L. W" We claim that this apple Is equal In quality to any of the standard commercial winter varieties of ap ples and we Miht'inlt'u (tits stve. incut with the opinion (if i' hun dred of tlie leading liortlculiurlsis and nntlioiiries on apples, 'both In this country nnd abroad. We claim In Us present degree of development that t Is equal to nay and far better than most winter apples In size, col or, flavor and all commercial quali ties and without an equal In keeping qualities, not excepting the It n suet apple. In another location In this Issue can be seen a cut of tills seedless apple contained In a display adver tisement. Samples (if this fruit are on exhibition at the Klmhlrst hotel, if ml Mr. l.nnler Invites everyone tn call and Inspect them at any time and become f a m 1 1 lit r with the history of the seedless apple. RUSSIAN DUMA OPENED TO-DAY Assoclaled Press. Ht. Petersburg, March .'. The du ma or lower house of parliament whs formally opened at noon today In the presence of all the ministers and many high functionaries. No member of the imperial household was pres. nil. Tin; first ceremony was a religion service Ju which tlie Metropolitan Antonlus, the hlcher cleray of the diocese, and the full choir participated. M, (lolubofl', vice president of Hie council of the empire called the house to order and in a colorless speech invited the members to sign the oath of allegiance to Kmperor Nicholas. The conservatives cheered at the mention of the name of the emperor but tho opposition remained silent. Thi social democrats did not enter until (ioluhoff had finished speaking, when they came in, in a body, dem onstratively. After signing the oath, balloting for a president of the lower house began. No serious disorders occured 'hut the crowds outside tho palace were unruly and several times had to be driven back by Infantry and mounted gendarmes! After adjournment of the lower houso of parliament today a great demonstration was organized n lion, or of the social deputies. Revolu tionary speeches were made and red flags displayed In tho crowds which had 'by tfiis time swelled to about 40,000 persons who packed all the strei-Ts "for blocks around Taurig pal alee. Some of tho demonstrators be gan to pelt the police with snow balls nnd tho police charged and broko up the demonstration, thn mounted policemen riding down the crowds and using their whips right and left. M"any persons were beaten but none were seriously Injured. Cni'iiegie'fi "Yoiiiik ratiici'" Head. Pittsburg, Pa.. March fi. Colonel Homer J. Lindsay, assistant to the president of the Carnegie Steel com pany, died today of liright's disease. He was one of Andrew Carnegie's "young partners," having entered the employment of tho company as a telegraph operator when 18 years old. Miller "HtP-H Life" Beer is absolutely cure: rnr.dc Malt and Hops money can purchase on the world's markets, Ycu can tell "High Life" by its rich, pure taste. We grow all bur ovn -Yeast; all our Be?r is filtered through tine pulp wood and every bottle is sterilized before it haves' the brewery. Therefore, when you drink, ask ior "the best it's Miller "Hifch Life." J. H. PATTON, Phone 245, 413 Polk St. i If Li ilit . 'i-.iJV:'Juo.Ttx.ifj"i ES.r-'ar.-av.i'iixTaaiiJi; . ' No Finer U-Tfl-IW"HJ.TH dWi limn camietl corn, if you eet :i good arlkc. Jtsstlcc Brant IS Crisp and Tender ami lias a llavor all It's fi-.vn. A'.k for Keiijc !i!okkt Showing; new v a y s to iTate it. Insist I'ptil (ict!ill!,r JUSTICE TRAM) At All Cirocnr Nobles Oros. firo. Co. U'l mi VaaSe's Bill l;i Ifc Sonalo For Removal of Ssnla Fe Tracks Finally -Passed By senate Willi AmendtRs fpeel::! to r).;lly Panhandle. AusCn, March j Th; semtte pass ed finally tliT.-, morning, by a vote of '.'t to 0, Veale's bill ant Iio:l;-.:ng the icmoval of Hi" tracks of the Kansas Southern from panhandle to Wash burn alher tho adonti'i.i of the amendment, .by :i"icliam, perniil 1 ing suits for daniai.;es ar.aiti:! tile road because of the track remov.-l. In any court of competent jurl-alii t ion. liol.-y i-.ittoduee.l ji b.ll in the senate, forbid. li ng a licui'ier of tlie state legislature or 1'nited St;"i s senalor or cinv.n : s'.na n from holding office while ie ling t'S atiorney tot ally pul'llc' servh-j-corpora: ion, fix To lilinid Trial. Associated Press. I.on i ti . in . Ky., March .Korty men of 11,0 Frankfort company of the Slate (Guards, uni'.er Hm i oii.ma ud of Adjutant, (leaeral Pawrenej and Captain I.onginire, arrived here thi.i ii'ornlng a"d went to Jackson tn re main during the trial of Judge James I.largls on 1 1 t - charge of th:; murder - .. oi mm 5 ::UrV 'vs..r'. -T irV. 'A"." ' : - y j ,u '1 so .t. , ing the penalty nt from on to flv years In the penitentiary. The house committee on consti tutional amendments bill and wom an's suffrage measure, reported a fa vorablo resolution Increasing' the membership o'f the supreme court to t A i lve judges and abolishing civil aupellaTo courts. Crlnstead Rot up uid had engrossed M bill appropri ating $1. -.n.OOO to establish a state i eli rcn!o--i.-i satiltariniil. .''tratton'a usuiy bill, fixing the venue of suit and peraiifllng recovery of penalty of donhV the amount of Interest with the lowe-it penalty at J! 1 00, was en grossed. of Dr. P. S. Cox. The soldiers will report to special J il'lgc uarncs wan . . . .1 'is trying the case and will be placed in the ciitirrliou 'e MaiKbdin Cluli on Ter. Toprku. Kan., March Z. Tha ma.ttdolln club of the university of Kansas will 'begin a tour of Kansaa and .Missouri here, this evening. , ."T...a V K.I. a, ai,Ti u.w from th: 1 Corn 1 f'Ji k kcuutu a 1 v choicest . H . '.-. . ; ' t . a. vk. . .-' , v, t, m m V A t mm m a m m m i i v A A,0'