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THE WEEKLY HERALD MARCH 14, .9O7 Paint Buying Made Safe White Lead and I.in&rrd Oil nerd no ircunieiit, no advertising to maintain thriji- telvn at the best and mvt economic- al paint yrt known t'i man. Thedifliiuhyhii brrn for tht buyer to lie alwayi iturrol the purity of the wliilrlr.nl and nil. V ' ttr. I - . . I - I .1.. m' J trade mark of tlir Dutch liny uintrr lo be the final proof ol quality, rod. uinenrsi and purity to paint Imyert everywhere. This trade uiaik appear on every keg of Collier Pure White Lead mads by the Old Dutch Truces. SEND FOR BOOK "4 Talk nn rlnt." lfM talnthl In form -Hon oa Iba pftlut mhji't, fr oiho rcqucni. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Avo. and loth St., 8t. Louia, Mo. PHILLIPINE ELECTIONS first Philllplne Assembly Wil Convene in September and Taft Will Attend Associated Press. Washington, r. C, March 13. Secretary Taft's proposed vltit to the Philippines In September to ut tud the opening of tho first Phil Ipplne assembly has directed atten tion toward the new legislative body created for the Island. The nsseni bly will consist of 61 members and In a Rener.il wuy will correspond to the Amorlciin house of representa tives. The Philippine commission will correspond to the United Slates senate. Elections will be held July 30. -Taft will start or the islands In August and tho first assembly will convene in September. Tho Aus tralian ballots will be used at tho election. To remave a cough you must get t the cold which causes the coush. There. Is nothing so good for this an Kennedy's Laxativo Cough Syrup. Tho liquid cold relief that Is most quickly effective, tint stills and quiets tho cough and drives out the cold. Sold by L. 0. Thompson ti Itro. iny Spells and backaches, that tired feeling, absence of appetite, and extreme nervousness that so frequently afflict you, mean that you are bilious, i Biliousness is caused by a badly disordered or inactive liver. Dr. Caldwell's Laxatlur) " , Syrup Pepsin acts Instantly and effectively on the liver roinvigorates and strengthen it and restores it to perfect condition, . The rcmnrkable virtue of this wonder fnl remedy has been demonstrated in thousands of instances, ami it will work wonders in cleansing and setting your whole system aright. Its good effects are pcrmanc:it. . DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PKPSIN can be obtained iu both dollar nnd half dollar sizes from nil druggists. Your money will be refunded if it does not benefit you. Ynur postal card mcnicit will brim: hv rrlnrn mull our nrw bnnWrt. "UK. CAI.DU I.I.I. S BOOK OK WONDKR8" and (n-o mil lo thosa who havo novcr triad Huh woiidcrlul remedy. Write today. PEPSIN SYRUP CO. Monlicollo, Illinois Sold by E. K. Roacli Drug Co. Maddrey Kenyon Building, An a rillo, Texas. Ain'!i'"l't I Pi si:i;ii mii; pi. i:si :i:s. I've Just received a catalogue Fresh from I lie bccdniairs tore, A gorgeous Look of fruitj and 1 low ers And icg'tahlos galore; And I can hardly wait until The Minlcr'u lie and suo.v Mi ll from my well-loved garden plot To I'pade and r a U o aul boo, For in this catalogue 1 find New radishes and peas, Six 1, luils uf lettuce, eight of corn - I nam to try all those; Ciiriiinliei's mIhii, cueiimber fat, And llni.n th"it mid tall, And melon,-,, cabbage, beets and guma 1 waul to try them all. Tomatoes, ten varieties, And onions white and red. Asparagus ami iclery I want of each u bed, And turnips early, turnips late, Potatoes by Ibe hcoro, And squashes, my! don't fay it word, A dozen hinds or more. I herewith thank the seedsman kind For sending me his bonk. When nil the; o things are coming on How pretty they will look! And when the frost has left tho ground, Amidst the robin's sons, I'm going to plant my total plot Twelve feet by twenty long! Kxchnngo, Tin: i:ilko.i) kill. j There Is likelihood of the bill fJi' tho removal of the Santa Fo tracks from Washburn being up for con sideration lit tho bouso t Austin, before this n:iuo of the Panhandle is delivered to Hiihserihers. The Voalo bill with amendments provid ing for daniHKos to T;roperty owners bocauso of tho removal, passed the senate some time no. It was taken up in tho house and was referred to the proper committee, where It was considered and hi8 been reported fa vorably by tho house committee, and it now n waits tho action of that body. The Vealo senate bill will probably be substituted In tho house for the Bowman bill, In order to facilitate mat torn. It was expected that it would ho reached Tuesday, but it was not. It Is now liable to he taken up any tlmo on l If pasesd by the house, then only needs tho governor's si.nnaturo to become ,a law and bo ef. feci ive. The Panhandle Is firm In Its bo llef that the bill will pass tho house, It It has not already passed when this paper Is IssueiL Committees of both houses havo had the bill under consideration and havo listened to tho arguments of bol.h sides, for and against the measure. A lirgo dele gation of the legislature visited Ama rlllo and took in tho situation, and examined Into the case thoroughly, and were familiar with the situation before tho 'bill came up in either house. The question is a local one and representatives of other portions of the Btnte aro not Interested only In seeing Justice done. The prestige of both conimlitcp reports are behind tho bill in tho house, with also tho prestige of t having passed the sou ale, which will go a long ways with most of thu disinterested representa tives. A great deal hinges In this city on the pasnago or defeat of tills bill. If II. passes, t means y great deal to tho city, and If it does not, there is tilt uncertainly about several contem plated Improvements for tho city, among them being tho new shops for the Santa Fe. Tho Dally Pan handle believes tho bill will pass, when It comes before the house, .and has every confidence that the gover nor will sign It, when It does. The earliest news of tho progress of the measure has appeared in tho Pan handle In tho past and will continue to when thero Is anything of Interest to give. uooiii issrn today. Today tho Daily Panhandle Is Just L'nt) days old. Though not n yearl ing yet. It s quite' a healthy kid. It has passed the 1,000 mark In guar anteed daily circulation, and la steadily growing. On tho road, in outside towns, as far as lt.0 miles It has fine lists, reaching over thirty copio.i in some cities daily, and Its lists are growing outside rapidly, lu tho (ily Its lists are also growing. Thero .are many homes in Amarillo, which It does not reach, however, and to them! homes It issues an Invi tation to become subscribers, Amarillo. "the Queen City of tho Plains," should have a daily paper equal to Dallas, Oklahoma City, or other larieo city, nnd she onn have it if her citizens only tlve the one they now havo tho proper hacking, In fiiilifcrlptlon and advertising. Our ndvertls!ng patronage Is splendid, but our f ubseilptlon lift Hhould bo larger In tho city than It s. How ever, tho management Is pleased to say, n tho 200 days tho dally has been published, that It has proved a successful venture. It his been greatly improved within tho pnst few months and many further Improve men tit are ivmtemplated In the near future. (live lis your loyal support, and we will give you a dally you will swear by, mid which there Is none better In tho state. The IUily Panhandle bus several of those fine sets of d"coraed china ware left, which can he obtained with subscriptions to the paper. They cannot bo purchased In any china store In tho country for less than 111 a set, but wuh the Dally Pan handle for six months, mny be so cured, rash n advance for $7.50, or $9 on time. While the Panhandle country Is enjoying sun bine and spring wonth or a subscriber who left Illinois last Saturday pvonlng. tells of a fall of seven inches of snow Saturday even ing. Verily tho Panhandle Is the l.i n fl of sunshine. Tho city election for the selection of two .aldermen will soon on, and iltlens are giving the question con siderable thought. Two announce ments of candidates appear in this Issue. Tho campaign of new sidewalk building has begun, and will be pushed forward with vigor, as soon as danger front further freezing has passed. TO GET HEAD GAMP Mayor and Commercial Clcb Invite Big 6alh3ring of Modern Woodmen lo Meet in Amarillo "Come to Amarillo. We have the best natured citizens in the world. Come and help your Panhandle sov ereigns to grow. There is no ceme tery in Poller county and risks arc good." Such are the words of the tele gram of Invitation which Mayor Will A. Milb'r sent tho head camp of tho Woodmen of the World for Texas which Is now lu session in Fort Worth. Secretary John K. Shireman for the Commercial club sent .another invitation for the club pledging an entertainment that would leave a unanimous opinion In favor of Ama rillo. Will A. Askew who with W. K. Carrot hers, is delegates from the Amarillo enmp to the gathering wired up this morning that ho be lieved he could get tho next head camp for Amarillo 'and .asked for support of the club nnd the mayor. Mr. Askew had intended to usk for tho next convention but had made no extensive plans toward tho cam paign, lie has evidently made the time count since he has been In Dal las and with the encouragement of the citizens here, the Amarillo dele gation will rnako the claims of their Often The Kidneys Aro Weakened by Over-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood, It used to be considered that only urinary and bladder troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but noyr modern science proves that nearly ull diseases have their beginning in the disorder of these most itujiortaut organs. 'J'lie kidneys filter and purify the blood thut is their work. Therefore, when your kidneys are weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected nnd bow every organ seems to fail to do its duty. If you arc sick or " feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because s soon ns your kidneys are well they will help till "the other organs to health. A triul will convince anyone. If you arc sick you can make no mis take by first doctoring vour kidneys. The mild ami the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful euros of the most distressing cases, nnd is sold druggists ill fifty-cent ffp. mill mil'. il)ll:ir liieUVi wIVl .... .... ... lxrttlcs. You tnaySfflSSl nave a sample ixnut nm.of swnmp-Root. by mail' free, also a pamphlet telling you .bow to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing hamton, N. Y. Don't make uny mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad dress, liingliHiulon, N. Y.,ou every bottle. S'HIP'W"''!:',"!!tJ town fully known before the ronven. Hon, The head camp for tho state meet every two sar and the ntxt gather ing will bo In lf. With the dele gates and visitors from th camps nd from the Circles, tho woman's auxiliaries of tho order, tho number In attendance at iho head camp Is about 1,5(0. Whether tho Aitiarlllo delegates can secure enough votes from this number to bring tho con vention here Is a question hut they will bring the name 0f Amarillo very prominently boforo a representative body of men and women from all parts of the state. In addition to the general tele grams which tho men hero have sent lo tho convention, Secretary John K. Shireman sent a telegram to the Sovereign Commander of the World J C. Hoot, who Is a personal friend of tho secretary's Mr. Shire man was formerly head banker of tin Pacific Jurisdiction and his influ ence with the supreme commander will be considerable. The mutter of the next meeting place will come to a vote probably tomorrow. Our work Is above competition. Pep It and bo convinced before con tracting for cement and concrete work. FATS fc FARl.OW. General ' Contractors, 404 Taylor Street. 200 If t Don't Tut Off for tomorrow what you can do to day. If you put off buying a bottle of Mallard's Snow IJulment, when that pain comes you won't have any, buy a bottle today, A posi tive cure for Rheumatism, Hums, Cuts, Sprains, Contracted Muscles, etc., T. S. Graham writes, Prairie Grove, Ark., "I wish t othank you for the good results I received from Snow Liniment. It positively cured me of Rheumatism after others had failed." Sold by L. O. Thompson & Bro. PALO DURO CLUB CHOOSES DIRECTORS At a meeting Monday night which lacked nothing In Interest cr ora tory, tho members of tho Palo Duro club chose tho nine directors who will have chargo of tho affairs of tho club for tho present year. In Iho absence of tho president, W. Boyce, and tho vieo president, L. T. Lester, A. 0. Boyce took tho chair and presided over the meeting. The order of business for tho elec tion of directors came tip after tho call to order, and, on motion, a com mittee was appointed to propose a list of fifteen members from which the directorate might be elected. While this committee was deliberat ing, a hot discussion arose over the right of the members to suggest oth er names besides those proposed by the committee. It was finally de cided that other names might 'ho presented and on the report of the nominating committees several names were added to the list. Several questions over ruling nfade by the club In tho past provoked lively de bates in which a number of members took part. On the final vote, (he casting of a large number of proxies held by two of the members gave a big ma jority to the directorate named as follows: W. Boyce, A. A. Lump kin, C. O. Wolflln, R. B. Newcome, E. L. Dohoney, H. B. Jones, Frank Blair, Lewis Lester, Tom Rowan. The directorate will choose the of ficers for the club from Its own members. You should be very careful of your bowels when you have a cold. Near ly all othor cough syrups are con stipating .especially those containing opiates. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup moves the bowels contains NO opiates. Conforms to the Na tional Ture Food and Drugs Law, Bears the .endorsement of mothers everywhere. Children Ilka its pleas ant taste. Sold by L. O. Thompson ft Tiro. SHAMROCK MEN WANT RACES Dr. J. R. Holmes and several other ow ners of fine horses In the neigh borhood of Shamrock aro enthusi astic advocates of 3 Panhandle rac ing association with headquarters at Amarillo to provide for one or two good meets per year. These gentle men own some exceptionally good horses and would like to speed tbern on a good track with horses from oiher place but there s no provision st present for a Panhandlo racing meet and Dallas and Fort Worth are so far away that there are muny ob jections to joining the list at those places. Tho proposition of tho Shamrock men will meet with hearty approval from other purls of the Panhandle. While the horso. Industry on the plains Is Just In Its Infancy, there see already many flno horses In the country and owners of speedy and blooded horses are increasing every ifar. A racing meet at Amarillo would attract the best horses from a large territory and owners could reach here without difficulty from any point In tho panhandle country, For several esrs the racing meets at Aniarllo havo been neglected 'but with the Jncresesd Interest In fine horses It Is likely that tho meets win bo revived this year and the sug sectlon of rho Shamrock men which comes wholly unsolicited, will stimu late tho Interest here. Tho racing meet might profitably be nudo a part of the panhandlo fair which haa been a loek pipe dream of Amarillo for year. Both the meet and the fair are entirely fensihlo and will, In time be established Institutions of great Importance. Ileal F.state Transfer. Transfers filed In the office of tho county clerk on March 12. furnished by the Panhandle Abstract company. I. V. LaTourotte to Kd Landes, lot 12. block 237. Plenions Ncbles and Stanley sub-division of said block, j:.o. I. V. l.aTourette and wife to W. K. Williams, lot II, block 237, Plem ons, Nobles and Stanley sub-division of said block, $250. Lee Itivins to Hugh Chambers, lot 2, block 177, a. & s., iir.o. W. T. Coblo to L. A. Wells, lot 2, block 202, plenions. $1,187. R. L. Strlngfellow and H. F. Smith to T. Pate, lot 4, block 1. H. F. Smith's sub-division of block 272. Holland, $12!".. II. F. Robey to W. M. Matthews, lots 9 and 10, block 124, Plenions, $1,100. A. R. Richardson and husband to W. R. Hollis, lots 6 and 7, Mock 22!, Plenions, $100. W. K. Williams to Kd Landes, lot 11, block 235, Plemons, Nobles and Stanley sub-dlvlslon, $230. R. P. Williams and wife to Mrs. Kdna Burks and husband, lot 9, block 120, Plenions, $230. "In 1 SO 7 I had stomach disease. Some physicians said dyspepsia, some constipation. Ono said I w'oulJ not live until spring. For four years I existed on boiled milk, soda bis cuits, and doctor's prescriptions. I could not digest anything I ate; then I picked up one of your alma nacs and it happened to be my life saver. I bought a fifty-cent bottle of KODOOL an dtho benefit I receiv ed from that bottle all tho ROld In Georgia could not 'buy. In two nioni'hs f was well and hearty. May you live and prosper." C. N. Cor nell, Roding, (la., 1906. The above Is olny a sample of the great good that Is adlly done everywhere by Kodol for Dyspepsia. It Is sold here by L. O. Thompson & Urn. For a Postal Treaty. Special to Dally Tanhandlo. Washington, 1). C, March 13. Representatives of the postofflce de partment are now In Ottowa, Can ada, In conference with the postal administration of the dominion In regard to questions which have arisen relating to the postal treaty It Is expected that the conference will result in a satisfactory adjust ment of the difficulties and that a mutually agreeable settlement will be reached. Don't Complain. If your chest pains you and you .are unable to sloep .because f a cough. Buy a bottle of Ballard's Horcuound Syrup, and you won t have any cough. Get a bottle now and that cough will not last long. A cure for all pulmonary diseases. Mrs. J. , Galveston, Texas, writes: "I can't say enough for Ballard Horehound Syrup. The rejlef It has given me Is all that Is nccet iry for me to say." Sold by L. O. Thomp son & Bio. Mississippi Senatorial Race. Special to Daily Panhandle. Washington, D. jC, March 13. Conslderabl Interest' Is manifested In Washington In the senatorial fight now being waked )n Mississippi for the successorshlp to Senator If. D. Money, who has announced that be cause of ill health he will retire at the end of his present term In 1910. Only two candidates are In the field Governor Vardaman and Represen tiro John Sharp Williams -and oth are related to Senator Money. AVil llanii has already taken the stump Street Car and Freight Colli. le. Associated Press. Los Angeles, Cal., March 13. Fif teen persons were crushed or other wise Injured shortly urter midnight when a Southern Pacific freight en gine crashed Into a strcot car at tho crossing near Acot park. Two will probably die. Alice llomcvclt's Wedding, was something to fyo recorded In tho unnals of history. Herhluo has been acknowledged the greatest of liver regulators. A positive cure for Bil ious headache. Constipation, Chills, and Fever, mid all liver complain. J. C. Smith, Little Jlock, Ark., wrllea "llerblne Is the greatest llv-r medi cine known. Have used It for years. It dons the work." Sold by L. O. Thompson & Bro. Harvard Favors Athletic. Boston, Mass., March 13 Harvard overseers decided today In favor of a continuance of luter-colleglato ath letlrs, Including football nt the uni vfrslly, under certain restrictions, especially with references to the pro fessional choachlng system and man agement of contests. Listen and remember the next time you suffer from pain caused by damp weal her when your head nearly hursts from neuralgia try Ballard's Snow Liniment. It will euro you. A priiniliitiit business man of Hemp stead, Texas, wrlaes: "I have used your liniment. Previous to nselng II I was a great sufferer from Rheu matism and Neuralgia. am pleased to say that now I am free from these complains. I am sure 1 owe this to your liniment." Sold by L. O. Thompson & Bro. Fill KM AN' lilRIFI).. Parents nnd Itcliitivc of Glen Hamp ton Could Not lie Located. This afternoon tho body, of Glen Hampton, tho young Denver fireman who died last week, was burled by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire men, of which organization Hampton was a member. Rev. C. X. X. Fergu son, of the Methodist church con ducted tho services. All efforts to discover tho man's parents or other relatives failed. It was thought that his father, lived In Kvansvllle, Ind., but Inquiries as to his whereabouts wero fruitless. Hampton was n baseball player of some experience and ihad a contract to play this season wl?!i Leavenworth, Kan. National Barilt of Commerce of Amarillo. , Absolute Safety Liberal Treatment Exceptional service in every department of banking is t 1 ..offered patrons of this bank. ? Capital J. L. SMITH, Pret'L M. C. NOBLES, Vice Prea't. L FOE SAL Latest Complete Steam Plow Rig Plows, Harrows, Plants, all at one through in Twelve Foot Swath BE MODERN AVOID EVAPORATION - INSURE A CROP Will sell for Cash or Cash Trade, or will sell On 1-4 Cash, with approved notes drawing ten per cent interest, for I, 2 and 3 years. One 27-H. P. Buffalo-Fitt Plow Kugine Two 4-Bottom Gang Plows, 14-inch One 12-Koot Disc Drill One 90-Tooth Harrow One Peerless Separator, 36-inch Cylinder, with Alfalfa Attachment, also Parsons Extension Feeder. Tt is because we are closing out our land that we nrc offering this for sale Bt reduced price. We will make it to your interest to write us for prices, or to come and look this machinery over. It i.i all in lirsl-clasi condition and bas not been used very much. Call or Write , , Robt. Moody . Son Canadian, (Hemphill County) Texas MEN ARE P0WERLE89 Ta FlrSt Aanlnit niatm t'ntraa Tfety Mirth al lb l adtrlrlaa- Cam. To trtst Dtnrtrnfr, and Fnltlnr Jtalr, with Irritant or olla on which a para Itln germ will prnrr. la Ilk aconiitnr wntsr from th ocean to prevent the tide from rising. You ran not aceompllih a sitlafactory cure without having a rlrht nniWatani Inr of the fundamental cause of the trouble. Tou must kill the Dandruff Germ. Kewbro'e llerplclde dona tlila beeauae It Is epei'lally made to do that very thing;. When the form la removed, tha hair hns no choice but to resume health? growth and beauty. "Peatroy the eause, you remove tha effect." fold by leading drugrlits fiend 1) In stamp for sample to Tha Horplclde Co, Detroit, Mich. Two li!i 41) cenU and f 1.00. Ta7"rT'oei'TT'" New Brunswick, N. J., March IS. The big paper factory of the Jane way & Carpenter Co., was damaged by fire tod.iy to tho extent of $200, 000. Many women employed were overcome by fright and carried from tho building. All escaped Injury. School Children's Dyspepsia. Tho common form of dyspopsla or Indigestion, which stops tihe growth, pities tho cheeks, weakens thro sys tem of so many school children, Is often due to improper or too quickly eaten lunches. While seeing to a correction of the cause, It la also Important to cure the disordered con ditions oT stomach nnd bowels. This can be done by no medicine so safe ly tt"d surely as by Dr. Caldwell's (laxative) Syrup Pepsin. Try It. Sold by L. O. Thompson & Bro., at f.Oc and $1. Money back If It falls. Archie Roosevelt Improving. Washington, D. C. March 13. It was stated at the White House this morning that Archie Roosevelt ha dpassed a good night and Is mak ing steady progress toward recovery. County School Land for Sale. Tho Commissioners' Court of Irion county, Texas, Invites scaled bids for any ono of the county's four leagues of school land situated In Bailey and Cochran counties, said bids to bo delivered to the undersigned on T before April 15, 1907. The Com missioners' Court reserves tho right to reject any or all bids. V. F. FOKES. County Judge, Irion County, Sher wood, Xexas- WANTED The sale of lands direct from owners. Will guarantee a square deal or no pay. Address me care of Amarillo hotel. . F. R. Schweitzer. ' , 1 $75,000. B. C. D. BYNUM Cashier. 1 t I . m 1 ' - 1 ty i A " VY rt n A i a i a ti - , r n i n A "V f A . rt A f A ft pal aA A ft A A A A A r j ft V.,.