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THE WKflEfcY HERALD SEPTEMBER 12, I9O7 3 IFROVING THE SQUARE I. Water Supply Plant lor Court j House Will Help In Beautl " tying the Grounds i' t' The first of the extensive Improve ments authorized by h hist com- j, ml.'-slonciV roii rt ii the i onrt hoiiho ' Ml'lIO nt K I'Otl Illl.S Is liOillR put " til I, now. In thf form ;i hiiililiiR link ' Along I ho Taylor Hrcot side nf the i-riuare. The nick is holnK put in lal along the hfiiHio lor lion feet a n l will afford room for m large number of vehicles, t present ilit'io mo no adequate public hitching nicks In tin' 'lty and the now pkno will bo a i-onvcnlcncc thai will lio Rival ly hi predated hy people who drlvo In from i ho roii n i rv, ' . ' ... At tho loriior of Tnjlor ald Fifth ijtrroi.s provision w ill ho niado for I lie public drinking fonniHln lo lio erect ed by tho Civic l.eanuc. This will b" handhomo bronze fountain which Will havo on olio hiilo drinking clips I nil faucet for p tsr rsliy anil c on neded with I Ilia .011 llic hltoel sido wil bo iroiiKli led from iho foun tain for watering horses. Thin will b the only public watering plaio In Amarillo and lu u-e will bo a "klnd-hcr-n lo dumb animals" that can hard ly ho over est Imatcd. t To supply th' fountain anil to fur ' nli-h a water supply fop the court ' hoiiso, jail and grounds, tho rom ml$Hionorn havo anthorl.od tho In ! Mallatlon of a complete wator plant, on th grounds. Tho court ha now advertised for bids for a plant which 1 is to .Include tho ulnklng and eipilp '. m'nt of a wrll, tho installation of a pump, with Huitabloki inolT" for Its operation 'nd the erection of a stor ' ape tank of sufficient. size to rare 1 for the demands on the service. The Installation of a private water I fystem win enable the county to 'inake a mnrh moro general use of :' water for Irrigating tho courthouse . grounds than would be possible, un- jer the present conditions' of tho i lly water supply. It Is expected also t. that the cost of nialrifcurftnco w ill be considerably smaller thaa-rtoIlH to ' the present water company would bo. This winter the work of griding the rourthouse yard up td the height do ,, lred will be completed and the Yard will be sown to blue grass next . ipring. Constable Keeton and his . !orce of "county boarders" have keit , Ibe yard in admira.blo condition this .'summer and the ground wlfr be in .'ine condition for planting. Tho Irres, In spite pf unfavorable condl . ;ions this year, ara'maklng a good "Showing and with the improvements possible from an abundant supply of , ater, the grounds will, within a , !ir he put In beautiful condition. . WORK TO BEGIN ON WAYLAND BUILDING (From Thursday's Daily ) After repeated postponements, work off the second Wayland build ing on Fourth at root in to begin at once. J. A. Wayland, who Is here now from Glrard, Kan., Is making final arrangements for the work and will hlmsoif personally oversee the construct Ion, The building will take up the en tire, spare of HOxllO on the corner of Taylor and Fourth streets just east of the present Wayland building. The plana drawn by O. 0. Roquemoro have been described at length in the Pally Tanhandlo. They call for a , h indsomo, modern bufldlng of brick with pressed brick and atone face walla and with modern Interior fit tings and finish. The ground floor will be divided Into two sloro rooms with solid plate glass fronts on the. Fourth street tide. Under the first floor w'ill be a basement for a steam healing plant which will heat both buildings. A handsome vestibule en trance from the Taylor street front will lead to the second floor. In the original phns the builder intended only two stories but now the plana -will probably be rhanged f(i provide for three stories. In this case the second floor will be devoted to offices and the third floor w'ill be devoted entirely to lodge halls and rooms which have already, been spoken for by the Odd Fellows and Knljht:. of rythi a !''. BARAGGA CLASS GETS CLUB ROOMS iFrom Friday's rally.) The Rararra claw of voung men has taken pes; obm Ihia week of a tor,;' siil'e of to inotnn on the north bide of the new ('hanr.elor building anif havo the place fined up Into, at tractive cluhrooiiis.. The moms open from the hall and one of thcin overlooks the street. Tho front room has boon fined up as a reading room, with big oai-v chairs, a library table well supplied with laio miga.lncs, and a good e ginning for a library. Through h generosity of friends of the class over a hundred volumes including a late encclopodla. Hldpath'a histories, mid other works of the kind, all new and in excellent bindings have been given for the. rooms. These .arc cared for lu secllonul book cases. (i Tho Inner room opens from ,the hall and Ih fitted up us a game room. Kour domino tables are ready for '.ho players hiiiI already every evening i he visitors urc making thorough use of these,' opportunities. The rooms, have 'been furnished by subscription taken up among 'the member and friends of tho cUsh and are free io all young men who care lo use them. They are open every day and ovory evening as long hs JJie particular mat) who has been detail ed as caretaker for that evening ran he prevailed upon to stay, The rooms are electric lighted and are equipped for Meam n,1"- " l'" fuyiitura. Is new and is not only sightly but If' Is all calculated to add to theVQinfort of the lsltors and Is eminently com fortable. . .The membertt used excel lent taste In the Interior furnishings and decorations and altogether tho quarters make thoroughly Inviting cliihrooms. The Rararra , rlasp hag' been or ganised now about throe months and has over a hundred members. '' its president. Is Josro Skeen, of thope cos Valley general offices, and the teacher of the Bible class w'ljlrh moots every Sunday at thfl Baptist church Is V IJ. Fuqtu. Naturally the members are proud of the prog ress made so far and the work being done now. They aro planning, to give an informal at home" iu their now rooms to all their friends sonie. time in the next week or so. (I ' PAN' HAMMOCK MARRIKIV Former Amarlllo Musliiosn Man Mar Hon Texas Cilrl In Montana, (From Friday's Dally.) " Through relatives of the parties here comes a report of the marrlaRO In Montana of Miss Stephna Davis to Han .Hammock. ' ,'J Although details of the ceremony are lacking enough Is known lo Indi cate the culmination of a roma'neo Nogun ,ln;Amarlllo. Miss Davis, who Is a cousin of the Vheat!0s, Miss Hazoltlne Hickman and ft. O. Davis, of this city, 'lftft. her home. al. Wax ahachle with' her father few weeks ago to go an extended trip through the West. A ' few days later 'Iho corjsTiPATiorj is no respeo terof age, and it is just as common a condition mons: child ren as it id with their parents. Tho condi tion is far more likely to reach o acute stage, develop seri ously with the little folks, be cause of the (lifliculty in detecting it. Many a child has died from constipa tion, or illness arising; from it. when it might havo been baved by the timely use of Dr. Caldwell's (Laxative) Syrup Pepsin , This is tho greatest remedy known for correcting constipated conditions. Don't wait until yourchild is affected, but administer a dose of the medicine occasionally. You will notice perceptible change for tho bet ter, a healthy color and a livelier disposition. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is a good thing to have jn the house, because it is good for the whole family. Dr. Caldwell1! Syrup Pepiin can be obtained in both dollar and half-dollar sizes from all druggists. Your money will be refunded if It does not benefit you.. Your pontil crd reoueit will bring- by return mill our new hjoklet. "DH. CALDWELL'S BOOK OF WONDERS" and. free (ample to Ihnne who have never tried tail wonderful remedy. Mothers write today. PEPSIN SYRUP CO. Montloello, Illinois Sold by McQueen Drut; Company Maddrey-hcnjon Building AmwUiP, Tfnas. family receive telegram announe ing her manias t.'i Mr. flan Ham mock and vni)ounrtng that, they would ho at. home lu, a Montana town Ran llammnck established t,h line now conduriod hy R, I.. Pondor and Is well known In buKinesi, circles here, A few . r h r : ago he sold out to his partner and went on the rosd for a wholeiale house Miss pavu has visaed In Amarlllo several limes simI beMder, hen relative;,, ha.rmany other friends In the town. BROOM CORN MONEY IN THE PANHANDLE ll-'roni Fridays Haily.) Panhandle hi jioni 01 11 in the vi cinity of Amanllo is netting the pro diners in tho neighborhood of $10 an acre this car, according to J. P. Duncan, a hrooiiicorn buver of Alva, Okla., who happened Into the aDily Panhandle office the .other day. "Just a few people around hero have tried broom, corn on any con siderable ' ba,Ms," said Mr. Human, ' but I havg bonghUt little here, fp around Canadian and Hlgglns and especially from Shattutk, Okla., oaM toward Alva, the farmers are raising lots of brpom com now; uud it Is a big money crop for that, soil ion. I wish they., would raise , more of it here. Thoto.Js generally a good market for broom oru and especial ly for bpoorfl corn of the right sort. Down here on IJio pljins the farmers can raise broom corn more advan tageously I believe, .than they can further ea;, ibecause .tin rains in terfere with It. lens.. l,:sen no rea son why It should not, be raised with success all over this section here. I suppose I, inadf the producers hero about ten dollars an aero this eir and I understand that, this has been a rather hard year. In niost years it certainly ought to mako a bannr crop here." NEW START ON . EXPERIMENTAL FARM (From Friday's Dally.) Owing to the fact thai the. ma jorlty of Subscribers to the experi mental farm fund favor the propo sit ion submitted "by t. li. Sanborn for the location of tho ''farm, on KIm ner tlon immedjalely east of town,. the orlgiivsl fuhd'secured largely through the etforts 'of 11.. ) . Canode for tho BiiRh proposition west of fpwu is be Ing returned (o the subscribers.. This action will place i,ho matter, bark so that both propositions will be on an erjual footing. Jhf comrai.tteo ap pointed at the mass meeting of sub serlherg last week Is In the meantlmo getting the proposition hapoJ up to suit, the majority of. Interested parties. Yesterday in company with Mr. Panborn and other supporters of the east side proposition, A. H. Le.idlgh, director of tho farm here visited tho proposed lto on tho Sanborn Fee tlon. Mr. Leldlgh, as a representa tive of the government Is not, allowed to express an opinion as to tho lo cation till tho propositions aro form ally acted upon, but be stated that the site offered by Mr. Sanborn was satisfactory to him and that tho proposition seemed fair. ' ' If tho 120 acres offered by Mr Sanborn meets the approval of tha department, there is little doubt now that the farm will be located there because, the Santiorn place, on hc count of Its location near tho rail roads and near town, Is much more satisfactory lo the majority of Ama rlllo people, A rROVIDKNT GRANDFATHER. Section of Land Purchased for IJI.yi Is Worth Many ' Thousands. A little over a quarter of a ren tttry ago a fond grandfather up' In Illinois prsonted his baby grandson with a trifle In the way of a land patent to 640 arrea somewhere on the Staked Tlalns-of Texas'. Just. where tho land waw did not seriously concern any party to tho transaction because you kno-w Texas Is well Texas is Texas. And besides Grand father Logan, with ' somp ' business associates had Just acquired at about 9 cents an acre, patents to fifty sec tions of the name- kind of land some where out In Northwest Texas where a daring surveying party bad run the first lines ln . rHr- -nnsurveyed public domain. So tho. baby grand son became a land owner and being a provident land owner'hn kept his $53 estate. Today the grandson; now a pros perous young bunincijs mm of Tarlu Ill , Is here In AmaHU and la, tk ln hia second look at. ih country In which hla estate Is located. Th M'ctlon of land w h1 h the xrand faiher bestowed on the young man .i half way h"! ween . Amarlllo and Panhandle and Immediately adjoins llm section where -theaew town of Ft. Frauds Is to go en 4tbn 'nap next week. Fifteen lhou:apd would he li cnieivaljve eMiiat?',it Hie prlc llm lection would eorrlmsnd In the market and the owner would not. take it. Robert, p. l,ocn, .l,he young man In the rase, la cashier of Iho Fdgar 'ouniy National hank., and wih his sther. William a. Logan, a mer haul and husine man In tho Ihrlvlng eastern Illinois illy,. h now heie for a visit In I hp Panhandle, '.iKht vc.iiH ago youus I. ('Kan was hero for his first nok at his estate. lie liked the looks of It so well then that bo derided to wall till people began to find out what, this coun- y was worth, lie Id nov surprised wl what all the people,, havo found mil since that time bil, ho is belter pleased than ever wlth.Jho fortunate g.ft of his provident grandfather. W.R. SCOTT GETS RAILROAD PROMOTION lie San K.aiicisco Chronicle last wcri uiakof, an extended 'account of the change, in the management of the Southern pacific and allied roads and the promotion of V. ft. 'Scott lo an Important new position. Siott was formerly connected with the Henvcr and Santa Fe and Is well nown among railroad men in the Houthneut. The chronicle shvo, in art. One of the biggest official shake- ups that, has occurred In railroad cir cles In years was made known last week In connection w If li the South- em Taclfic and Sauta Fe plan tht Is lo go Into effect September 1. The formal notices will announce that, James Agler has "resigned" as genera manager of te.,fujithwestrn Pacific-, whjeh ,1s joWjownriiVJiy Harrlman and the ft ant a Fe; that .PaDneh rfenefa superintend ent of tho Southern Iruclfle lines Iraversiug the coast, valley and mountains, Is to be general manager of the Northwestern Taciflc In. 'place of Agler; that W. K. Seott, superln- lendent of the Western. Division of the Southern Pacific, Is' t'o be pro liioted to Palmer's place aa general Superlnlendent, nnd that J. IL Young general superintendent of the San Francisco lines of the ltock Island s.vsieni. Is to come out. from Omaha lo take srolt'a place as superintend ent at Oakland pier. Seolt hucceeda palmer. ' W. R. Scott, ho Is' to iiieted Palmer, was born November S,. I860 H" had i common school education and entered tho railroad employ at 21, and was a locomotive fireman on the Santa Fe for the next three years. Then for beven years ho was a locomotive engineer, and from 1 8!) 1 to 180S traveling engineer for the Santa Fe. Then for two years he whh train master for the northern division of the Gulf. Colorado &. San la Fo railroad.- The following year he served as superintendent of the division. From 1 90 J to 1903 he was general superintendent of the Fort Worth & Denver City railroad. And In 1903 ho canto out to California and tho Southern Pacific us assistant superintendent of the Sacramento division. In less than two months he was promoted to superintendent of the Sail. Lake division, whore he served two years, and then, two years ago, he was moird to the Western division, wt Oakland. J. If. Young, who will be here Fri day, ready lo tako up h' work t Superintendent of the Western dl Vluion is really coming .to a bigger job than the ono he is leaving with Iho Rock Island system. .While he was general superintendent of the Frisco lino, presumably what Palmer Is here for the Southern Pacific, he will, at (he Oakland pier, take up Iho management nnd responsibilities of not) miles of track, 8000 em ployes, ann th flistntnition of a monthly pay roll of $60,000. "The Western division," said a Southern Pacific official yesterday,- "Is proh ably the hardest, railroad division In tho United States." . James Agler resides In Alameda and there, too, lives his successor W. a. Palmer, his address being 9!1 Grand avenue. W. R. Scott Is resident of Oakland. Palmor'B salary as general super Intondent Is said to have been be tween $fi00 and $700 a month, and It Is hinted that he will get. the same pay with the Northwestern Pacific Th superintendent, of the Western division at Oakland la said to Art. 1 &kSis 'mm? HIGH LIFE BEER rfijti"" J. H. PATTON. Amarillo Distributor, Phone 245, 413 Polk Street. between J 3 DO and $400 month. So Scott Is apparently tho luckiest man.of ihe lot, If the promotion Is not. too diitlcult and onerous lor him. . IIRLP FOR INSTRHTlONS. Remains of Two Men Await Order ' ', , From Relatives. Because no word has boon received from the relatives of either man, the Bakln undertaking establlsh- mnt is still raring for the remains of John Trncsdale and C. O. Nelson, who died on Thursday ftt 800 Tolk street. Both the men were victims of typhoid. Truesdale) was 67 yejsrs old and lived at White Deer. It is thought that a sister of his lives In Albu querque, n. m., but.no definite word has been received from her. C. O.' Nelson came here from Fort Sumner, N. M. He was a young fel low 23 years old and has a claim In New Mexico but no trace has been secured of his relatives. Both the men were unmarried. WASHING WITHOUT WATER ( like Tr.rln to Get Rid ef Oaaaraff Wit host Berplelde. Did yeu ever see any one trying to wash themselves without soap or water? Tf you did what would you say of him? It I rvnrv hit aa foolish to try to cat rid of Dandruff nd to prevent Ball- nesa by fMdltia; tha germs which cause It. with Canlhrarldes, Vaseline. Olycer Ine and similar substances which form th principal Ingredient i of most ao called Hair Vigors. Newhro's Tterplclrtn Is uecessful t rt It uttncks and kills th parasltlo germ which feeds cn the hair roots. Tt Is the erlglnal and only genuine scalp srermlcldn manufaettirit. ' Hoid by leadlnir druirrtsU. Bend 1te. In stampe for pample to The Herplclde Co., Detroit, Mich. Two aizes 50 cen's n1 kl.et). i. O. Thompson & Bro., Special Agt-i, Real Estate Tranafern, '; List of transfers filed in the coun ty clerk's office Friday, Saturday and Monday, furnished by tho Pan handle Abstract Company: ' W. L. Meix and wife to A. B. Win kler, 50 feet out of southeast cor ner of block 230, Plemona, $2,250. ',' W. L. Meix and wife to A. B. Win kler, 50 feet Immediately above abovo described property, $450. W. L. Meix and wlfo to A. B. Wln kJer, 50 feet 'immediately labove prop erty above debcrlbcd, $450. W. L, Mex and wife toA. B. Win kler, ,'i0 feet Immediately above prop erty, above described, $150,. .,, Shows'a GREATER percentage v oi INCREASE in sales than any other! beer in America. We were compelled to DOUBLEour, capacity to meet demand High Lifo Deer leaves no after effect because it is absolutely pure and properly aged iYou certainly will like itJ IYIiT PTE V. L. Mex and wife to A. B. Win kler, 50 feet Immediately above prop erty abovo described, $450. George S. Hayden and wife to John L. Brock, et al., lots 9 and 10, block 90, rieninns, $,000. Hugh Chambers to C. E. Dakei, lot 3, block 176, Olidden L Sanborn, $475. R. B. Newromb to 3am Darldsen, et al, all blocX 11. Glldden, & Sin born, $850. R. E. McGee to W. M. Burwell. lota 2 and 3. block 2, Wolflln'a aub dlviston block 383. Mirror. 400. Henry Lymon to A. C. Oault, sur vey 03, block 47. H. G. N. Ry. Co.. Potter county, Texas, $1,020 land oth er consideration. W. H. Coblo to R. L. Roberts, IMi 39 and 40, block 321, Mirror, $200. li. J. Brown to Eunlco Prewitt, part lot. 2, block 187, G, A S $1, 750. W. M. Warren to J. A. Btanford. lot 8, 'block 116, rlemons, $1,500. J. C. Paul to W. E. Srote, lots 39, 40, 41 and 43, block 39, University Heights, $300. A, B. Winkler and wife to R. J. Pittman, lot 8, bloek 85, Plemons. $2,250. diarrhoea and Cramps Cured. "About two years ago my father came hero from Mason City, Iowa, on a visit." 6ys O. L. Scott, Duf fleld, Mich. "While here he was taken sick -with diarrhoea and cramps. I gave him several doses of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and -Jt enred him." This remedy always cures. t Is for sale by Goldlng Drug Co. 331m A. E. Cook, of Odebolt, Iowa, one of the big land owners of that sec tion and breeder and owner of fine cattle is here with Judge O. II . Nel son to pick out a bunch of Panhandle joung cattle for his feed lots. Mr. Cook has been buying Panhandle stockers for his Iota for Beveral years and he knows that they are winners. Chief of police J. A. Allen, of Fort Worth, who has been spending sev eral days here, with his, wife and lit tle daughter, were called back to Fort Worth yesterday evening by tho critical illness of Mrs. Allen's sister, Mrs. Mary Steward. A mes sage came later last night telling of Mrs. Seward's death. Mrs. Seward had visited in Amarlllo last spring and made many friends here who ,wlll regret to bear of her death. WW I m iv- - --. 1J the Chamberlain's Colic,' Cholera and Pt arrhuep, Remedy Belter Than the Doctor's Medicine. "It glveB mo much pleasure to tea. tlfy to . tho virtues and merits of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy," says II. C. Bai ley, editor of the Chapin (South Carolina.) .News. !'MT wife and I werei taken, with diarrhoea- and .so atxer, ere. the pains that wo xiajled i physician, who 'prescribed for us, tint 'I fa medicine failed, to jrive re lief.'" A" ftlend who had a. bot.tle of Cnamberlan's Colic, Cholera afnd Dl-arfhoe-a Remedy ;gav each of us a dose," and we at. once felt better, I procured a bottle and before using the entire contents we twern entirely cured. It Is a wonderful remedy and should be found in every housoh'old." For sale by Goldlng Drug' Co.' SStra We have In our possession a bay horse about 4-years old. fifteen hands hlKb, branded "Y" on shoul der, has run with our horses about one year. Ow jer can have same by calling on ua and paying for keep in. McKWQHT LIVERY, SALES & 30 4o TRANSFER CO. : DR. A. J. CALDWELL. . Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Ne Carson building, Amarillo, Texas. . a: WHEX THE LIGHT OF LIFE is extinguished It only remains to see that the departed Is not forgott enn. The best token of remembrance Is a fitting MONUMENT ., It, need . not be expenlve though you can havo It so If you like. But It should bo tasteful and of appro priate design. Such monuments can be had hero n many varieties of shape and sixe. Wo mako them to order as well. The prices In no cases are unreasonable. OSGOOD ft GORDON, 703 Polk StreeU f ' J Hi I A :: 1 '-' :.v ' r ' ' '"' , '.. !: iv; Mavarn 4. . a 4t '