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TNI; WEIIKLY HERALD JULY 4, 1Q07.
A i i IX $ . . lillSOVW, MKNIKIV. 4 4.4.,1,4. C. FiDldolph, Hf Sir it I rinj , j:, lii town tay. W. .Inn.'h, of Quan.lll, ttn:i In. town erday. Tnm AYariPii ha returned from h rip i pUinvliMv. J. l i It lrr. of Jericho, wan up on b hh yesterday. J. II 3ouldy returned ye.iterday from a 'ip lo plalnvicw . Miss ii.i fnrhurt, nf panhandle, was a llt'ir hero sterdy. LewhO. I'oi't. left ilils mnrniim tnlie ouof town for several days.. U. TAiiHley, the ( Mm 11 niiiK real estate nu, was In Ainarillo yester- day. F. T. W-nsnn loft yesterday for Dalian totirrhnse photographic sup plIuB. D. C. irriit ;; hero from Dallas to put in.n office fnr lightning rod rupplMji. liugh 1 I'mphres. the county at torney, t lata night on a business trip to ruinn. Mlns limie Works l: in Claren don ittelnig (he iniiimcr nonnal at Clarerion college. R. E. )orsey returned Thursday ! from a usiness and pleasure t r : i eaal on he Rock Inland. T Captal Laliatt, tho Pive Million j' Mub hooter, has returned from a fueiHEsftl trip to Ptainviow, nNvIr .). McCnmhs. who lias been 1 trafsit man with County Surveyor t'lltrl Trigg, ft today for Mexico tonln a surveying party. S. Stowell, chief nf tlio pas tflger traffic department in the To rn Valley offlreH hrn returned from a Hp to Plainvle with the editors. '.. V. Fish and f.innly or lldlvar, Mo Hopped over in Aninrillo yes-t(-rrta w I1I1 hU Mother. Pi-ofes:-or ri. K. Kin. Mr. .1. V. Fish l.a.i be.n on a tip to New Mexito. roin r I m s i mn . i f L. () Thonu'-on v.rnt lo ih lli;nt j vp.-.ierdy on husini'.-;.. !-ecvr!ir ,Iohn K. Shiremati in Fort Wfth o" tiii?Ul'"'c. J. M R-1! v:"ii. of Plain 1 1 ' Pii.loyinr. mrliln life today. Mr. jrid Mr... K. V.. . Moik.ui, (.f Clarer.'foi. ;( In town ' jerterdny. F. ? Vnd"ti, Hie Chnnnir.t; liunk rr Is 'nliug with triends here to da? . .lohl P.erod.. i'T HenMoid, rtoppr-r (ner la. t nip.ht with Horace RllSBPlI M ss Lancaster has grille to Tulia where ahe will visit triends with her niothe' for sevpral days. Johl Danlelr. h.ia returned from a trip to Ro!weil mid will be hem for Rpieval daya with his lirotlior. Mr, C. V. White, of New York, Is in he city. Ho io an old friend of Mr J. H. Gouldy, of this city. Mli IlaaR has returned from Mex ico, M.. where she has heeu attending- Hirdin conservatory of music. C. H. Staunton, the directory man, has goio to Roswei) to look over the Bttuatien there in regard lo making a directory. T. J Stratton, now of Dallas coun ty, is hre visiting W. C Stephens and other old friends in the Ama rillo country. Mr. Eaoton and her grandson, Jarrfla Conrcier, have returned from an extended visit with friotids and relatives at Paris. Mrs. R. V. Morgan stopped off 1n Ttlla on her return from the ed ' ltor'n convention and will visit friends at that place. Phil A. 'Auer, traffic manager of th Rock Islnnd, wna In Amarillo this 'morning in thn roursr of n trip over the Unon In thin seel ion. Mrs. J-fi. Rider, or rampa, was ontnwn this morning on her return from Waco where oho had heeii called by the Illness of her father. Miss Rubf Satindern. of Roswe, who 'liaB Tjeen nttendln Kldd-Key college at Sherman, stopped over hem -with friends the first of the week. John K. Cooke, of the Rantier SlocVman, and V. A. Blake, of the Chronicle, were callers at the Daily Panhandle office yesterday after return from Plalnview. Mr. Dow, nf Nw York, Is here today to accompany his mother and slater home with his younger hrother who was injured beveral weeks ago tn an arcldent and who has heen In the sinltavlum here for treatment., M. V. Holconihe, editor of tho -f, County Messenger, and wife. J stonned ever In Amarillo this morn-; Ing on their return from the conven tion nt Plainvlew and left, on the r.onn train for point In New Mexico where they will time. C. Wilson, of Roswell, was ii th(i rlfr today, on his return fron the public lands convention at Den ;i a dl llcalty a lar-" iMeiulince, Ihfi'e lielnj; oi- ;ni deii.ies pi't'xeut, I In1 we. ii-rn Ma'.fM lieitiy ri'prr(.rntid Ipiii Tr:ii,'. Mih h stall' h i.s 1111 11 )t 1 1 1- lands not owned hy the utile. The convent ion wit (ailed to ronsidov the IntereMs 'if (he foren reneives reclamat on lervlre, and coal and pH slurp lndB. It was a very InteveHtlng meptliiu. H. n. Heed, of l.iilihock, raine in .Ve.verdiy evening on lniniiu. Mm. A. H Speni-rr is lsltinn Mi. Spencer's niother In HiVimnont. W. A- Askow I'i link frniii Tiicuni i il, N. M., for a few days In Ani i rillu, (iPnrK" IlilP. of Hereford, was calling (in Ainai'lllo iriend.i thin nujriilii. M'hs olive Rny, of liallas. is visit ing her Hlster, Mrs. A. S, I'iikvv .1. 1). All.-'iisworth of Hip Trin Realty a Ininilnration Co., Is I) n I; from a t rip to Kent ucky. Mrs. Paul .lohuslon, of Dallas, In visitlnn Mrs. A. o. TiirwpII hi her Imnie (,n south Tavlor street. Tom (iwiiltney, eprisiiting the WapH-.s 'l'oliacro cniiian.v, Is intiiin friends and lonk.n; after hu.iine.i.. in Auiarlllo. A. S. TuReil, manager of the Midi If Store, has been railed to Dal las jesterdav hy the smmiiii, illnf-j-of his father. W. C. Uan. iravplin? fielnht a ueiit. for the Rock Island. left xeiucrd'iy for St. Ioiiin to hrliiR his family to Anianilo. . M. Illlhoden, Pdltor n' the Austin Siaiesiuan, the h;K paper ( ) fhe staip rupltal, is here visit ini ,f. It. .laikson and other Panhandle friends. H. A. 0 miner, a recptit addition to the Santa Fp offUe force left '" terdny evening for Arkansas City, Kan., to accompany his family to AniHfillo. Hon. IX. (). Hester, W. A. Fuller, W. S. I.nckridse and Mill Frost, are s ii.istantlal citizens of Ma field, Ky., who are settine nco,uainted now with the Panhandle. C. C. Karlow, r.f the firm of Fans ft Parlon, eft, yerderday rveninx for 1 MHame, S'eh., whpre he will join Mrs. Varlow In .1 visit until after the Fourth when they will return here. KarneM Miller, of Claude, Is sfop pnig over In Amarillo a few da$ wlih friends. Mr. Miller is a mem ber of this oar's graduating diss at Washington and Lee iinherMty, Virginia. 11. Joe Isaac, is hack from an ex tended trip to Chicago and other points where ho made jg purchases for the pa inn us and also looked nl'ter business for his Taj lor street opera house. Claude Nohles his returned from Trinity university a' Waxali ichje which lie ,a, attended during l lie last year. For the laft mouth he has liecn making a trip with the uni versity clee ( liilj and zivinc concerts at various chiutatiquan and umiiiiicr meeting?. .Judge .1. E. Rohhins. of Mav field. Ky.. Is one of ihe Hltoi-s on the lard excursion who Is delighted with the Panhnndle country, .ludc" Rohhins was the special trial Judge n the celebrated case of the state against Caleb Powers for alleged complicity In the killing of Governor Cloche!. I no next trial of this case will come up In Judge Rohhins" court In July, Mrs. R. V. Morgan returned ,vpp lerday evening from a visit In Tulia after attending the convention of the editors at Tulia. She reports thnt Tulia Is decidedly among the flourishing towns of the Panhandle. (From Monday's Daily.) Hoh Foster, of Canyon, is In town today. K. J. Carlln, the Clovls land man, is hack from a trip to RoswpII. Mrs. John eale has returned from u stay at Mineral Wells. County Attorney Hush I'mphres has returned from n business visit to Fort Worth. C. n. Paidi left Saturday for Kan sas city, St.. l.onls and New York lo be ahsent about, a month. Mr. and Mrs. D. Oilvln left yes terday for Mineral Wells where they will spend several week?. H. J. Connors of South Dakota, was In the city yesterday, fie Is In KILL the COUCH and CURE the LUNGS Or. (ing'i WITH s si? Uiseovery PAN - THICK tUil H B0c4 sion. 'OLDS Trial Bottle Fre I AND AIL THROAT AND IUNGTR0UBLE3, GUARANTEED SATISFACXOKYI I OR MONEY REFUNDED. I III If lev, Colo,, where h went 'Kite from the Rosa el "mkI Itf ,iii 1 here ivas ihe p.inhandle hintnc steer?. MI'S Hess Wheailcy has returned Iroiii St. Juieph, ,o., where sho has lie"ii 111 si hoo d 11 rin k Hie past yenr. Mi '. II. II. .loiiei. and cliildrpii and Iht ni'i'her, Mr.-i. (', . Word, have returned from , nip to Mlneial Wells. Mr.-. W. IV li! irkluirn h i;, reiur ti ed fl cm Isit w Itll fl iendu and rel atives ,u Kort WorMi and Tyler, Texas. .1. D. .lel'li'ies, of Clarendon, was in ihe ci' S.ininln. iMiins; old friends ,illd taking ju I lie (Jeeeli I'itv "I tlio PI litis. Mr. Pain V Huiiii. brand iiiiipeitor of Hie p, mli ind!" CaiHe I! ifrrs' ,t soclatinn. of Hciciord, wax In Hie i 1 1 i1 cst-'i da v. Mrs c ip Sanders anil daughters Misses Ania and Daphem- Web In left Niturdiy fov ,, .si in Dallas after wlilih tlicy will take a trip to points In Alabama ami to Hie Jalil'-.s- town exposition Charles- I'l'irad j, hmc from To I'cka, Kail . for ,1 isil with Cbalb'S 'rae and other Amarillo frietnls be tore iriimiing to the slate univer sll.v il' AUMMl V.tUT" lie Will llll SIII11- mer si Imol v oi k. Mrs. Jeff Iv , has ri turtle Irnni iin extended , sit in lower Texas. Her mother, Mrs Konney ind si.-ter jjinn ennry, nf Stephen- ville. accrimpanled her and will snend the siimtner In Amarillo. J. O llendon. of the Kingman Tex as I ni il"lin.lit company ha., arrived n Amarillo from Houston with tr.s wife ni'd will nivke Hit, place his lieadiii irters in the future. Ho has heretofore had another part of Tex- hs as his territory with lloiir.lon lis headquarters. W. P. peters, field secretary of the Texa;-, Credit Men's association, ii in town getting acquainted with Amarillo as a wholesale and jobbing center in order to organize a branch credit association here. Mr. peters has not visited Amarillo for nearly lifteen yoais and Is naturally sur prised at t lie changes n the city since he visited hern last. Heorge v Dale, of Hereford, and .lnupev Hand lefi Saturday fnr San Antonio and Corpus Christl where they will spend several months. They have special dcslgnu on the gamier.f haw in the "South Texan streams and on the biggest tarpoon In the fiiilf and a combination of such veteran fishermen is sure to ac complish record breaking results. T. L. Mon.igan, spoilal representa tive of the phoenix Fire Insurance (ompniy, of London, was here last week from Dallas and placed his company with the K. R. Crittenden agency. 'ilie company formeily had an agency here hut since its with drawal over t"n years airo Mr. Mon.i gan has not been in Amarillo and ho was i's!iiv?hed at development in the meantime. (From TuesdaVs Dally.) Miis yialiolni Moore Is hack from a (rip to 'I'cxico. (I. A. S.icliso. of the Vega country, Is in town today. D. Miller wai! In Hereford jes terday oil husiners. C. T. Wakefield is hack from a t'lisinefn trip to Tulia and Ihe r-oiith plaltifi. W. C. paics. the stockman and harik'er, of Canadian, was in town yesterday. Major F. C. C,nrdon Is hack In Amarillo for a hufdnoss and pleasure visit here. Mrs. M. J. Kerrey, of Sherman. Is here for a visit with her d inciter, Mrs. 10 d (tulrl-p. Julian M Rasett theCroshy ronn ly land man, was In town yesterday with a party of friends. Ml.'s Cussle Sava.ce left this morn iiiR for n. visit with hnr uncle, Dr. C.iildress, at Floydiida. Miss Rohhle Donald, of )(catur. is here for a visit, with her sis'er, Mr.. 10. F .Copley, on Monroe street. A. II. I.eldlsh. director of the I'll lied Slates experimental farm, was at ChanninR yesterday on hua- 1 11 ess. John T. RohPi-ls, Ihe Katy frpiKhf and passeiiRer man, is here from VI (hita Kalis lookiiiR up luislness for his roud. Charles R. Wynne, prlsco freight add passenper apent is here today from Fort Worth, slRhting patrons to his road. W. V. Taylor, manafier for If. H. Davenport & Co.. has pone hack to Hillshoro. to complete plans for his iclephone plant. William H. Rirdi has returned to Chlraso after hav.nR ppent (several dayg looking after his Panhandle real estate holding?. Mif Lula l.ewis and Miss Parrlsh left yesterrhy for a visit with rela tives and friends In Bowie, Bridge port, and other points. Mrs. Nina O. MeGlaFKOn, of Cainesvile, has Just arrived in the city and will spend trvrral months here with her father, s. D. Critten, den and other relative. Mlis Fanny Ti.i icniino Mopped over with friend.- hern, vestcidav on her way frini Hereford to llon'der, Colo., where she rt,i , 1 1 1 1 1 1 t course at fhe Cha ul.iiiia. Mii-s Then Rent ley reiunicfl jc,. terda.v from Dra Moines, ow a, whore ihe Imii been rciiil mi;n her violin stiiilies for tin- ,,i,t six iiionth.s In the conservatory of niu.ii-. Mrs, L. T.,' I.ei-ter and da lighter, Miis lUanclie, slopped oyer in Atn.i- 11110 es'riiiiiy mi ni'ur riliiin Cjiiynn from a li p to .cw York and other points oaa'. Mrs. Shoiip and daughter. Mra. (iarrard and cluldien who have ,e..n visiting Judge N. c. Martin and finiily for several iU.,s, leave this evening for their hmne in Oxford, Ohio. F. I,. Kcnnard, c. W. Warburton, II. J C. I'mbargei . W W. Chilcote, M. A. Carletnn and Mr J.irdlne. all of the departnie.it of agriculture are lierp looklni; after the experimental larm affairs. Mr. and Mrs. C S. fjainsnn came up yesterday from Hereford. Mr. (iarrlson returned thin morning and Mrs. Harrison will visit here for several days with her father, . ('. Mivtin and f h m i I y . r. W. Cunninshani and fimlly, left. Saturday evening for l.os An gees, Cal., where thov win ,,pn several months. On Ihe way they will itop at Colorado Springs, Salt Lake c.ty and oher points, Long I, he the King! Is the popular cry throughout Ku- the cry of the present day is ' Long live Dr. King's New Discovery, King of Throat, and Lung Remedies!" of which Mrs. Julia Rider Paine, Truro, Mass., says: "It nevor falls lo give Immediate relief and to quickly cure cough or cold." Mis. Paine's opinion is shared hy a majority of tho Inhabitants of this rnuntrv. New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed; and for coughs and colds it's the proven remedy. tJuaranfeed hy L. O. Thompson & Bo., druggist L'7m IS LAID TO KFST. Hundred of Citizen I'nlte on Hon- avion Memory of li. W. W hite. ( From Wednesday's Daily. ) Only a smill pKrt of the many citizens who had gathered to afend trie funeral cervices of R. AV. White ould he contained Monday afternoon in the family residence on Fillmore troet where the services were held. The immediate family, the ministers of the church with whom Mr. White had hcen most ;arr.::;sr, and the in timate friends of thp fmully found places in the house hut .by far Hie larger part of the gathering waited on .the outside. The members of the hose and hook and ladder com panies stood with bared heads as a guard of honor on either side of the walk from the hearao (e the door. Rey..L. C. Kirkes, pj.or of the Fillnipre Street Presbyterian church led wllh a scripture readlps and prayer. Mr? I,. C. Kirkes and C. D. .Sinclair and Mrs. Kirkes and Mrs. 1'iohniiey pann two boautiful duets diirinc the pervices. Rev. W. A. Erwln. for years Mr. While's pastor, fiiive an eloquent talk and Rev. Kirkes followed and touched again upon the inspiration of such a life. Rev. Jewell R. Howard closed 'the serviced at the house with a fervent prayer. ; R. I.. Dohoney. C. M. Hardin. M. C. N'ohles, J. V,". CrudKlngton, J. M. Donaldson and J. F. Sadler, all mem bers of the official hoard of the Fill more fitreet church were the pall hearers, A th" cemetery Rev. Kirkes led the burial nervlre, the choir saiiR fanill:ar hymns. Froni various oi'Kaul.ai ions and from Individuals had come, the rich est offerings of flowers and the erave was covered and heaped up with the rarest and most beautiful tributpB of the Kind. Among the offering were tributes from the cm ployps of tii" White & KIr; storp, from the Pierian rluh, the W F. and the fire department. C. T Wonderful C'niirflfce Ih displayed by many a por invalid. ( rushed under the welch t of chronic troubles, like constlptiin, bilious ness, neuralfili, headache, stomach tronhK etc. Rut. such suffering tnough brave, s quite unnecessary, for Dr. Caldweli's (I'dxatlve) Syrup Pepsin will surely cure all these dis eases, drive away all the unpleasant symptoms, and restore every Invalid to henlth. T17 It. Sold by J W. Me Queen at 50c and $1.00. Money hack If it fills. 27 lm Real Kstate Transfers. Llet of transfers filed in the coun- L.e,Jv:,'fji,f I 0m tot j I Ik Ctaiip G 1 feV"iViloAM71V s4 i 'St' no HIGH LIFE M J. H. PATTON. Amarillo Distributor, Phone 245, 4i3 Polk Street. ty clerk's office Tuesday, July 2, furnished hy the Panhandle Abrtract company. B. (i. Slcgman to Will A. Miller, lots in and 2h. block SO, Olldden & Sanborn, $13. (Win. J. T. Tarter to F. M. Raker, lot 4, block 144, Mirror and Plenions, $l.Sir.. S. J. Nunn (o Harry J. Messer smlth, lot (I, block l?,2, rieniona: $7.-.0. S. J. rmith, $1)2:.. Nunn lot G, to Harry , block 132, J. Messer riemons, The ( luirmlnu WDiuan. Is not necessarily one of perfect form and leatures. Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artist's model, possesses those rare finalities that all the world admires; neatness, clear eyes, clean smooth skin and that sprlght lineps of step and Hclior. that accompany good health. A physically weak woman Is never attractive, not even to her self. Rlectrlc nitiers restore weak women, plve strong nerves, bright, eyes, smooth, velvety skin, beautiful complexion. Guaranteed at I,. (I. Thompson & Hro., druggists. 271m BALL PLAYER HELD FOR SWIPING ( From Wednesday's Daily. ) Recause the divlnp rlgh' tn swipe Is not, yet accorded baseball players In private life, Patrick, the little out. fielder of the Texlco ball team, is in the county Jail, meditating over bis mistakes, in (he county court he will have to answer to the charge ef theft and the only plea lhat ho ran enter Is "guilty." Yesterday morning Patrick was In the A. Davlrt.'oj store and after he had been waited upon, he loafed around a few minuter,. Then when the other clerks were engaged else where. John W. White saw the hoy slip a pair of cheap drawers from a pile of dry goods and stuff them Into the top of his pints. He then buttoned his coat up tight and ttarted to saunter on down the aisle. Mr, White immedlitely stopped him and pulled the stolen under cloth ing from its hiding place and de manded an explanation. The youngster had no explanation lo give and kept a sickly silence spe of Bottle Shows a GREATER percentage of INCREASE in sales than any other beer in America. We were compelled to' DOUBLE our capacity to meet the demand. High Life Door leaves after effect because it, is absolutely pure and properly aged. You certainly will like it.' whllp the rlerk In the store look him to the city lock up and handed him over to the officer In charge. Later h" was taken to the county Jail. Patrick Is a nulet looking youth of perhaps 17 or If? years n a nohhy summer suit and a gray telescope hat. He says lhat his homo la In Pitehlo but (hat he has been working at Texlco for several week In a boarding hoiine. Of his unfortunate act he hflB very little o say except, that hnsphall players sometimes get into the habit of swiping and that It went a little too far with him. He will probably get a minimum ,hI sentence aad a small fine for hii, offense. 1 ( ON WAY XOTlfl Gossip From fhe Carson Conn!) Community. Special to Dally Panhandle. Conway, Texas, June 27. And now we hear people growling ahon' Us belna; too wet, A big rain fell Sunday last, wit i n good deal of hall. Albert Re.ird wfi." (mopping l:i Claude Monday. J. T. McWhorter's family is down with small pnx at present. Mrs. Wesley McMillan and family iipent Sunday with G. W. Raker. Conway and Washhurn teams crossed bats on the Washburn dia mond last Saturday. The game wai well played by both sides, tho score Mand 14 lo ft In favor of Conway. Abe I, Isle Is down with measles at present at W. R. Kdmondson's. Mr. MrClnng of Panhandle, was out to his ranch last Monday. The Conway school house Is re ceiving a roaf ut new paint this week, profesaor Tweade s the paitu (linger. F. li. Paul of I,aure, Iowa, breed er of fine D. S. Polled Durham rat tle, Is In Conway this week lookint out a location ICdniondson brothers, Silas and Robert, will start for Oklahoma this week where they have a claim In Beaver county. Carson county will have th short est wheat crop (or many; years. Oats are a little Bhy too, but watch the other rrops. We hear seme of our new comers talking of leaving the plains. They should have soaked their feet In fait and vinegar before coming, llien they would not have been so tender. Our hlg hearted, accommodating merchant, E. S. Car,, ol Conway, Is 1 7 mm f v ...1 - ..-1 l Q ''I my f?T3 - V'.' f'':"J having a spell of neuralgia tn the eyes. Rd looks as If he had the bl.T iieid a little. Conway wants a nw, up-to-datr elevator and will have It. Mr. Fisher of Fairfield, Iowa, wat in Conway a few days last week. He says things look well here to him. He Is no tenderfoot. Di'. Graham of Panhandle, went to Groonie on business last Friday. The steam plows are still tootln their whistles and turning over the md at the rate of thirty acrei per day. . , Do Not NegiiM-t Hie ChlJibvn. At this season of the year the first unnatural looseness nf a child's how els fhould have Immediate attention. The hert thlug that can be given Ji rsamherlaln's Colic, Cholera and roirrhoea Remedy followed by cas Mr nil as directed with each -bottle of the remedy. For sale by Goldlns Drug Co. ,7'm Oakes, cashier of the Tu!!a Rank (c Trust Co., is here for a visit j in Amarillo. Mr. and Mrs. C. If. Chenault. of Turumcarl, N- M-, stopped over in Amarillo yesterday. Contractor Frank Pierre went to Roswell thla morning to take In the Fourth n the valley. Rev. R. H. Carroll, the great Texas Raptlst divine, s stopping over today with friends In Amarillo. Rdltor Ferguson, of tho Tulia htandird. has hewn In Amarillo to day looking after business affairs. Mrs. H- P. Canode and Mrs. II. H. Wallace left this morning for Bould er, Colo., -where they will spend sev eral weeks. Mrs. l.ulu Verplanke has accept ed a position as arcnmpanlst, at the White City, vice Miss Lilian Pague. Messrs. A. 8. and J. R. T. Ban set received word yesterday that their niece, at Roff, i. T., was dea:5 and their sister was dying, and J. R. T. left for the residence of his rel atives early this morning. Mr. A. S. Basfett. not being so that he could respond to the telegram. -' A. 8. Bassett was In Jforif last, week and bought six mules, one team and four 2-year olds. He alsi bought a fine draft brood mare. They are g fine Missouri stork. Mr. Bassett Is starting in the right, di rection. He has Beveral head of thoroughbred Poland China hogs, and is going Into the stock business In the way to make money la the ( futurd, 1 1 - j - s 'y.V' S -.- im n 1 1 1 a