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THR WKEELY HERALD AUQUST 29, I0O7 3 HAINS AMD i . BIG CROPS All Over 'the Prosperous Pan handle Needed Rainfall Is Being Recorded Tbe good work goes on und fmiri very prt of the panhandle cornea report of abundant rHlns. In (art the general dollght Panhandlers ex pressed yesterday a being able to walk In real mud ha given way somewhat today and ihe mud grum bler has already been horud (mm. From prebent Indications the man or woman, who objects to mud, will have occasion' to grumble some more before the diihi grumblers get back. Last night' rain was the heaviest of the series so far and this after- noon ha added materially to tho to tal. 1 hp Indications lire Mrongly In favor of mora of th blessing:) of the " game kind tonight. From 7 yesterday morning to 7 this morning 2 iift Inches of rain fell . and this added to the other givea a total this week up this morning at , Inches. RAIXS AT TEX LINE. State Line Country Rcjrrfrs Over Crop Conditions. . Special to Dally Panhandle. ' Teiyne. Texas. Aug. 21. It is raining here today, began Monday night, and about two and throe fourths Inches has fallen up to the present writing. Mr. o. I). Draper is sick with the alow fever. It la raining harder thnn ever and tut reached fully three inches now. The effects of the telegraphers' . atrlke are felt here, no messages Do ing taken or received Our lumber ysrdn report a good business for the lan week or so, with the prospect good for more. MORE RAIN AT M.LEAX. Gray Crmnty Citizens Are Jubilant Oter Fine FrofperjA. Special to Dally Panhandle. McLean. Texas, Aug. M.-Raln, rain, the night, nf (he ;oth one of the finest rains of thf .voarfoli which Insures a full corn crop and ti) other crops are doing a nicely' s they could. The business men and land agents are smjllng more than half way round their heads this morn lng, and shout all the answer you get when you speak to a man Is, "It la aurf fine.'' f The new concrete building of Cnu alni & Christian Ih now ready for occupany, and one side Ik ocrupied by L. M. Haynes as a general mer chindite store, the other side is still vacant but we hope to have it full In a short time, as we like to see all houses In McLean filled up. The bank Is making some lm provements In the way of a nice awning which adds much to the ap pearance of the town. The Methodist people are conduct lng n Interesting protracted meet lng In our town at this time. FIE RAIN'S AT PLAINV1EW. General AU Orer Central Plains and Cropa Promise Well. EpecliI to Dally panhandle. Plalnvlew, Texas. Aug. 21. The tains last night fell (or hours, and raports say that It was general all Tar 'the central plains country. There is no question now about crops and this section will be able to sup ply all kinds of melons to the fall markets. Some of our merchants have been shipping 'out vegetable Cattle continue to come In faster than transportation can be furnish ed. It Is reported that the railroad company cannot furnish enough en gines to pull -the cattle out. There have been several northern buyers down here, and several herds were sold here, and shipped by the buy ers to market or to feeding grounds The Panhandle needs a packing fcouse.V ' WATER MADE A FIRE. Blaze in Material House Back of - L DeandJ Make Hot Fire. Water which leaked through the vnof the frame material house on the north aide of the De-andl between Polk and Taylor streets, mixed with Lme which the contractors had stored there for use in the Lyons building and about 9 o'clock this nornlng the mixture set fire to the barrels md later to the house. In o!t of the wet 'hoards of the house the blare mad a furiously hot fire In a few minutes and on account of the character of the mutants, the the firemen were unable to extin guish It. completely until the frame, work was torn down and the con tents scattered. Confusion In getting out of the fir station gave the (Ire wagons late iitsrt to the fire hut as the distance wai short the delay was not serious, SANTA FE "PLUG" DITCHED AT GODMAN Heavy rains of the pant fsr dss softened tho new track on the Santa Fe and djtrhed the "plug extra" from the north this morning at Codman thlH side of Miami and about sixty miles northeast of Amarlllo. The road at this point Is turning over the new grade and, Hie track has not yet worked down to flrt-cla condi tion. The rains this week sre prac tically the first since the new grad ing was completed. Ilehlnd the "plug" which war started this morning from Higglni after the regular train was reported late, are several sections of the semi monthly excursion train from the North and F.ast. All these will be held up until the damage to the track tan he repaired but the com pany hopes to get all the trains through this afternon and evening. SHOULD WEAR BLOOMERS, Innovation Which Might Have Deter. rlnR Effect on Street Paring. "Every woman In Amarlllo ought to get bloomers and, boots and wear them every time it rslns here,'-' de- dared a young lady this morning. In the course of an emphatic statement of the need for street paving. "Just look at that street out. there," she continued pointing to a stretch of rolk street slush. "What do you think of such an exhibition as that for a town as big as Amarlllo is?" "But as like as not," she reflected. "If the women did wear bloomers the men never would pave them." Afy-EEP OX TRACK. Texllne Section Man Lose Hand by ' Carles Act. Special to Daily Panhandle, Texllne, Tcxaa. Aug. 22. A sec tion hand went to sleep clone to the switch Monday morning before day. with" one of his hnds lying on the rail. The switch engine ran over hl.s hand and crushed It so badly that It had to be amputated -'just above the wrist. H was sent to the hospital. . WAITER SUFFERS APCIPFA'T. Jones, a young waiter at the. Elk Cafe, was the victim of a nerlous accident today, just before the noon hour when a fellow waiter tripped him while ho was carrying an arm load of dishes Into the dining room. He fell and his srm. which bent .un der him, snapped in two places.. Dr. Patton dressed the injury as soon as possible but the wound"1s such .that Jones will be out for several weeks. Both bones' of the forearm were broken In two piaces and in one place the splintered ends tore through the flesh. rSED A HATCHET, Officer and ConK Help Kettle Fam ily Difficulty. (From Thursday s Daily ) In the county court this afternoon Is being settled a family difficulty which needed the services of City Officer Tamest Hughes to keep from becoming a more serious affair. A father-in-law who has been llvlpp In Oklahoma, hunted up a recreant son-in-law here yesterday and the discussion over old times between the two became too warm for words and the father-in-law used a hatchet. The principals are being given an oppor tunity to tell their stories this aft ernoon at the courthouse. CHANGE IN GROCERY FIRM. R. L. Colllna Disposes of Interest 16 E. J. Bivln. By the terms of a deal which has Just been made public 'E. J. Bivlns, of Kaufman, has purchased the in terests of R. L. Collins In the grocery firm of Griffin ft Collins, and will enter 1n the 'management of the firm. Mr. Collins will withdraw from the store at once and will,-for the present, take a vacation In -Colorado for several months to recuperate his health. The new partner comes here from Kaufman county, Texas. He has become a firm believer In Ama rlllo and Is showing his confidence by substantial Investments. ALL CHILDREN at birth Inherit a predispo. Yjtiori to bodily Ills and ail ments moreorleUhcrlous, The stomach and bowels are the mit prolific sources of ill. health. They are the hot bert of dttea:, and because ls at tention is given them, more evil can be traced directly totbera thantoanyother organs o( tho bdv. Whore there Is .the least indication of trouble or you are feeling out of sorts, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin should be taken at om c. . It it the best preparation (or the atom-' ach and, bowels. If they are all ont of order, It will eradicate the trouble, tone up the parts and restore them to their natural con dition. DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN communicates itself to the whole system and its beneficial and curative effects are prououucd and inotautly experienced.. ' It will keep you in good health. . DR.CALDWF.LL'S SYRUP PEPSIN can le obtained in both dollar and half dollar sires from all druggists. Your money" will bo refunded If It -doeabt benefit you. ' ' Your pontal can! rrijunt will hrlne bv rttirs mall our arm hnnlclci, "DR. CAI.PWKLI8 BOOK OP WOXUKKS" n1 lrr imrl lo thote who hv ritver tiltd dm woodettuj rtmdy. Write for It Miy. PEPSIN SYRUP CO. MofttlooJio, Illinois Sold by MCQueen Drug Company, Maddrey-Krnjori Building, Amnrillo, Texas. $25 FOR GALLING WITH A BRICK ' (From Saturday'!, Dally. Y For carrying a' brick with him when he went to see h.s daughter and at the same time Intimating that his son-lu-Ia'w had best get far way; H. A. Palmer, kif Cement, Oklv, was fined 125 and costs yes terday afternoon 1n Justice Holman's court. Palmer. 'not Edmondeon ss the Dally- Panhandle" sat"ea""yesterday, as the father, and' Rdmorrdson was the ohjeetfonable son-in-law; '' Pal mer, as the evidence at tlie trial de veloped, married a widow-over In Oklahoma' ' who' was : possessed of property.'1 Kdmondson's' wife U'the daughter of thef.r daughter. One of the widow's' sons by her first hus band was with Palmer ' here and helped In a way to bring on the fight. Palmer in his testimony be fore the court gave EdmondRon a had reputation and maintained that he had good reaaori to' oppose the mrariHge of his own daughter to Ed- mondson. EdnibndHon Intimates that Palmer wes trying to get some of his life's property Hnd In substan tiation of this .claim he produced a letter which Palmer- wrote to his daughter demanding, her signature to a certain deed and at th same time warning her not to let her huo band have anything to do with It.. Palmer nd his stepson Crumbey happened to he going through Ama rlllo tho other day, on 'their way to a point south on ine kpcos vaney and Crumbey induced Palmer to visit his daughter. . Palmer consented to do, this b,ut sent. Crumbey ahead to tellLdmondson to. leave the house first. Then .without waiting for Crumby to .return he walked In with a brick and when the objectionable son-in-law. returned, tbe conversation oulckly brought In both the brick and a-hatchet. - h At first the prosecution yesterday endeavored to establish assault with intent to kill -on the part of Pal mer but after eummlng up the.evl denco.the court rejected this charge and the prosecution and , defense agreed on the heaviest penalty-for assault that, the Justice's court ran give. So Palmer will.. Tay. $25 and Try This For Catarrh. Free tuts are now bfing supplied by mall to all Catarrh sufferers. There is no experue n obligation whatever. Dr. Shoop is combining Oil of Eucalyptus, Thymol. Menthel. Oil of Wintergreen, tt., and is incorporating thete. ingredients Into t pure, snow-white cream-like Imported Petrolitum. This Creation--Dr. Sneop'i Catarrh Remedy gives immediate and luting relief to catarrh of the note and throat. That all may first test it free, these trial ' boxes ire being mailed without charge, timply to encourage thet tests and thus fully demonstrate, beyond doubt, the vilue of this cmnintlon. If Catarrh h' extended down to the stomach or boweli, then Dr. Shiop s Restorative must also be ued internalh 3 if a complete cure is to be expected Otherwise the Dr. Shoop's (.atrnrh Remedy will alone be entirely sufficient. Write Dr. Shoop, Racine. Wis. for sample and book. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Wtlck took skill I yoit Vn ftn Dyfrrsl NO. J On th Hrt Vn. 4 For Woipn No s tat Mn Vo. I Oa the KidnrS Mo. t On Rheumatism, 1,1 costs and attorney's fees, to Birre't and Whartori'and In th '"' ire will avoid carrying bricks when calling nn his daughter hoc'ioise his son -inlaw Is prone to 1 rulsintei pref his peaceful lrtteoUpns, ware noi srr ov the swta if Brick Riilldlng nlll lITouse .Pan handle Produce Company. ('roni Saturday's Dallv.) Skinner and Glleoie'e have work well begun on a big wholcr.ai and produce houne on the fcanu Fe track nudr the foot of Fifth Mret which they are building for .Mr. ('Iiani-lor, the owner of the new ChHiirJor build nig . When roniolctcil the building In to be occupied b.v th Panhandb Produce Company, ' The building cners a lot Hoxno and has a nine foot bai.enient over the en Ure spice. It' will he one story above .he husemenf, gf brick, fire proof con ntructlori, and will cost about $,. nOO. The hultders have orders to push the work tJ completion aaeail as possible, ' . ' " ' New nuiiPiMi ready. Panhandle Lumber Company. Has nantUome New Office. (From Saturday' Dally.) A delayed shipment of mlllwork which has held up the completion of the office building (or the pan handle Lumber company arrived this week and now the building l nearly ready for occupancy.- ..The building Is two stores In height, of red pressed brick with stone trimmings, and presents a handhome street ap pearance. The Sixth street, front on the first floor ia plate glass and the entrance Is on the laJley corner of the lot, . i Tho Interior ' will '. be finished throughout In hsrd pine. On the first fioor are to be offices of t,he yards here.. The second floor -will he given over to the general offices of the company for the management of the affairs from the other yards at Panhandle, Canadian, M'.aml ana Pampa.. .-- "Regular as the 5nn" '""' Is an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the un is the moBt regulsf perform ance In the onM-erse, unless It Is this action of the liver and boweB w-hen regiilated with Dr. King's New Life Pills. Guaranteed by L. 0. Thompson & Bro.. druggists. 25c. ' 31 lm ... At Mrs, Randal!'. Miss . Eadens, of Corsicana. Miss Woods and Mrs. Turner, of Hl!lsbor,o, were the guests of honor 'yesterday afternoon at an afternoon party giv en by Mrs, C. F. Randall at her home on Taylor street. Progressive forty- two furnished amusement for the aft ernoon and the guests played an .in teresting series of games; Rafret h- ments were served of sherbet and dark and light cake, . : At Mike Hickman's. Mlsa Hazeltlne Hickman enter talned her club yesterday afternoon at the home of her aunt M;s. Harry Ingerton on Harrison street, pro gressive high-five at five tables fur ntshed amusement during the after noon. During the business' meeting which doted the afternoon. the host ess served refreshments of., Ice crpam and cake. Mrs. CharlesFjsk ( wgJ the most fortunate player. , and, re ceived the prize (or the tghest score. Endorsed by the County. "The mocr popular remedy In 0 sego county, and the best friend of my family," writes Wm. L Deitz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal. GllbertsvlUe, N,Y... "is Dr King's New Discovery. Jt .has proved to be an Infallible cure for coughs and colds, making short . work of the worst, of them. We always keep a bottle in the house. I believe it to be the moBt valuable prescription known for lung and throat diseases.' Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker, by L.' O. Thompson & 'Bro Price 50c and $1.00. 'Trial bottle free, .31 lm DR. A. J. CALDWELL. Eye, Eir, Note and Throat. New Carson building, Amarlllo. Texas, A Little. Girl's Party. .,, Little Miss Emma Bynuin enter tained a Jolly party .of her young friends this morning at the. home of Her aunt, Mrs. J. L. Smith on.Tay lor street. Many hovel fames and kinds of play gave the little glrU a good time all mornings At' a con test In pinning appendages to a tall less, Maud, Cora Russell proved the most adept at replacing the missing member and received a prUe.f.or her skill. Refreshments of herbet and cake made perfect the enjoyment of Tlie Ctapgee of Bottle B A ... . 0 - mm J. H. PATTON, Amarillo Distributor, " Phone 245. 4U Polk Street. ' . RAILROAD MEN PAY FULL FARE (Trom Saftlrday's Dally.) Ordinarily the sweeping restric tions of the federal and state anti pass laws do not seriously affect rail road men because none of the law forbid tho Issuing of passes to bona fldo railroad employes. But this part of the Ihw has no help In It. for the management of (he Pecos Val- .ley lines basebsll team ' which haa arranged to bring the Clovls team here for a game tomorrow at the park. Under the, old dispensation if the general office team had wished to bring a team here for a game they would have simply got out the nec essary pattes and the other team would have come for the game. The,n the only expense to be borne by the fflce men would have been the ho tel bills of the visitors. But no such possibility Is open to them now and today the manager of tho team at the general office had to buy trans portation In his own house for the other team and had to pay just, as much money as If none of the play ers were connected with the rall rbad. ' The Clovls team will arrive here t.nls evening and will play the gen eral office men tomorrow 'afternoon. (.Qlovls learfied the speed of the rail roaders two' weeks .agoand haa been making diie preparations for-'another meeting. The railroaders will have the' best men In th service In the VTneup tomorrow. The late, rains have left the field In ideal condition so the game Is sure to be a good one ' to watch. DlarrhocH and CrampV Cured. "About two. yearn ago my father came here from -Mason City, Iowa, on a visit," M)s O..L. frVott. Out field. . Mich. ' "While here he was taken 'sick with diarrhoea and cVanips. ' I gave him several doses Of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and It , cured him." This remedy always cures. .It if for sal by Golding Drug Co. 331m r For Visiting Ladies. , Mmes. Charles L. and' J. J. Green entertained a company of ladles Thursday afternoon at the home-Of Mrs. Charles L.' Green ort' Taylor street, for. Miss Eadens, of Corsicana, Mlsa Woods and Mrs. Turner of Hllks Shows a GREATER percentage of INCREASE in sales than any other beer in America.'"' 1 i We were compelled to DOUBLE our capacity to mebt the demand. iigh Life Boer leaves no after effect because it is absolutely 'pure and properiy aged. You certainly will like it.1 boro'. Fcore cards 'lie'a'rlni pretty hand-painted figures of 'little girls were given the'griesr''for' the games at progressive for'ty-to and the ta ble markers were hand-painted cards of the same kind with one, two or more little maids painted on the cards to ' designate the number of the table. Mrs. J. O. Nunn received the playors' prlre, Mrs. Dodson, the Bcorer's and Mrs. Randall, th puncher's prize. Refreshments of neapolltan ke cream and cake were served. Double Birthday Party. Last Tuesday evening, Mrs. J. N.' Vernon, assisted by Mrs. John Ser vice, entertained In honor of the twelfth birthday of little Miss KaleU Vernon and Miss Alleen Thomas, of Dallas, niece of Mrs. Service, from 5:30 to 7:30 the house was thronged with the happy little guests, who were entertained by the various in- door games. In a geography con test, the same number of points were made by little Misses Guy Harding and Fallce and Daphnle Stinett, and In a cut for the prize, a handsome little var.e, was won by Daphnie Sti nett. Dainty refreshments consist ing of sherbete and wafers were served, followed by the cutting of the birthday cake. The darning nee dle fell to Charlie Hardin, the dime to Helen Thomas, the button to Mas ter MeVernon. Many handsome re membrances were left. Those pres ent, were Guy and Isabel Harding, Daphnle and Fallre Stinett, Lltta Ball. Josephine Smith, Norma Black burn, Cornelia Wolflln. Knld Inger ton, Cbarle Hardin and Helen Thomas. Masters Clarence Service. Clifford ' Root, Richard Watklns, Menvin Moseley, Gordon lnm,in. Em mett Jarkson. As they were leaving each little guest was presented with a dainty souvenir. COLOR..DO MAX FOR AUSTRALIA Elmwood Mead to Be Secretary of Irrigation at Dig Salary. Associated Press. Laramie, 'yo., ..Aug. J6. Pr. Elmwood Mead, formerly state en gineer of Wyoming and professor of engineering at Colorado agriculture college and afterward chief of the bureau of Irrigation in the departmen of agriculture has accepted a position as chief of Irrigation for Australia from the British government at a salary of $15,000, wmm i'l'm wv ft ft Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy Better Than the' Doctor's Medicine. "It gives me much pleasure to tes tify to the virtues . and , merits of Ciamberlaln's Colic, Cholera and. Di arrhoea Remedy," says 11. C. Bai ley, editor "of the Chapln (South Carolina News. "My wife an.d 1 were taken' wfth diarrhoea, and, so 'severe, were the pains that we. called a'phy.flclan, 'who prescribed; for, uc, but. his medicine failed to give re lief A .friend' who had a bottle of Chamberlati's. C61lc." Cholera and Dl arrhooi Remedy gave .each of 113 a dOfltVand Ve aConre felt neater, I procured a 'bottle and before juslnj the entire contents we were entirely cured. , It Is a wonderful remedy-'and should be found In every household." Tor teaje b)' Golding Drug Co. 831m We have In our possession a bay Ijorse about 4-years oldP fifteen hands high, branded "Y" on shoul der, has run with our horses about one year. Owner can have same by calling on us and paying for keep ing. Mcknight livery, sales & 30 4e TRANSFER CO. Many a Carven Cross ' ' Ori stitely shaft and gran- ' ite blocks attests the ar-' tistic beauty that has won ' approval for us in the building of . '.- Fine Monuments ..In the-City of the Dead.- For two reasons first, because we believe that God's Acre should be filled with the best examples of the sculptor's art, and second, because our prices are always within reach no matter how we have to clip profits to make them o.,' Examine our books of designs,' Get our prices. OSGOOD $ GORDON Mm fiflS: r " a . v33r Mm? m ' J -r.....T-...,................v rVahtMHPu,m mM . - - - -1 - I V f j. ' ----- l,,.ui..ln4K aa-a ep rmrm w "rmm- "