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1MB WEEKLY HERALD, SEPTEHBER 12, 1907.
. 1'KltSONAL MENTION. (From Tuesday's Daily.) Dei Fuckett, of Denton, arrived In Anur.llo yesterday to gel acquainted with the country. Ml Las Blvlns left yrmerduy to re sume bin work in Texuu Christian Unlvortlty at Wano. L. P. Gamble was over yewterday front Tucumrarl, N. M., to look after his affairs tn Amarlllo. R. B. Wilson. the'HiiRh & Oerts pluno man returned yesterday from a business trip to piainvlew. E. J. Carlln In here from Koswcll to remind Amarlllo people of oppor tunities In (.'IovIh reul estate. I. Mania arrived yesterday from Poorla wlih a numlier of prospectors to whom he Is Knowing Fanhandle land. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Suddeih, of Greenville, ure stopping with K. K. Kerr and fumlly. and enjoying Pan handle air. II. V. D. Howard, of the Howard Land rompany, arrived In Anwlllo lust nlnht with a party of northern land Beckers. . T. I.. Torraiif, of Jefferson, Texas, Is a nest of A. Eberstadt today and . Is taking In Amarlllo. Ho Is a whole sale lumber and hardware merchant. Mlssos Mary and Bmma Bynum who rnive spent the summer hero with their aunt, Mrs. J. L. Smith and family left Sunday for their home In Memphis, Tennessee. Mrs. John (ioldliiK left yesterday .evening with her sister, Miss Ituth Dameron, who has ;beeu spending the summer here, for Waco, where Mrs. Goldlng will visit her parents. Will Kakle stopped over last night with friends hero en route back form Portalos to hit; home In Dodgo City, Kansas. Mrs. Kakle will spend sev- eral weeks moro with her parents at " Portales, be a large and prosperous city. They are on u trip of slght-sealng, with the expectation to Invest some loose coin. H. J. Patterson, of CoUlpa, Iowa, was a member of the party, IT IS DUNK. ( From Saturday's Daily ) J. M. Delzell arrived Thursday with party of Iowans to whom he Is explaining the Panhandle. Joe Rosenthall, advance agent for Pawnee Bill's wild west show. Is In Amarlllo In the- Interest of his en terprise. R. O. Hester, of the Texas Realty & Immigration Co., left yesterday for a business trip back to his home in May8vllle, Ky. R. II. Maxwell, representing the John Church Piano eompany, of Dallas, Is here looking after company buslnes In this section. Miss Mabel Eyler, left yesterday evening for Dallas, where sho will resume her work In tho Landon Con servatory of Music, for senior year in that school. Mrs. K. R. Dlmmltt, and daugh ,;r. Miss Le Xolr, stopped over In MrJ.lln. last night en route to Here .'" -.jMIk tjlmmllt Is rt teach ... - '" . Jll)j am In II,.rofirt ........ C. W. Skllling S Uaciv .ii Ainarri', after living for several years in low er Texas. He 1s naturally surprised at the development during the last few years and Is being convinced that moving back to Amarlllo Is the hest thing for him to do. Rollle H. Scales, deputy, county clerk, is tack from & business and pleasure trip to Dallas and points In East Texas. Miss Annie Lee Howren leaves this evening for Georgetown, where she will enter for her second year In Southwestern university. W. C. Crouch, Knoxville, Tenn., with his nieces, Misses Lola Harri son and Lottie Coomer, Is hero vls ttlng his sister, Mrs. P. N. Atklsson. George M. Grace, of St. Joseph, Mo., is here to take the place of Hen ry R. Johnson representing the St. Joseph. Stockyards company, In Amarlllo. Mrs. C. H. Leftwich and son, who have been visiting relatives and friends here, left this morning for Hereford, where James Leftwich will enter Hereford college. Mrs. L. Gowln. and daughters, Misses Blanche and Dimple, left Sat urday night for Fort Worth, where Misses Blanche and Dlmpel will en (er polytechnic university. Rev. B. H. Carroll, of Waco, Is spending a! few days with friends In this section of tho Panhandle. Yes- . terday he preached to a largo audi ence t the Baptist church. . Colonel John SobleskI, the Polish American lecturer who was In Ama rlllo a week ago passed through Amarlllo yesterday cn route to Clar endon where he speaks tonight. H. C. Alston, L. J. Marcey, Asa Roberts, William Bronner and Ed Xelswanger, U of Fairfield. Iowa, and friends of the publisher, of the Dally Panhandle, were visitors In Amarlllo today. Thoy were surprised to see so large, and beautiful city and readily aequlsood lp the general lmr"Bloa of U Amarlllo will The people of Atnarlllo rose to the occasion aud the Santa F shops proposition la settled. Last night's mass meeting it the courthouse did, the. final work' in raising tho balanco of the needed funds. t was (attended by ih "Uvp" men of Amarlllo. It will, In Tears to come, be designated as the moot ing which made Amarlllo famous, ' All honor to the soliciting com mittee which did the, work. It composed of men who do things, and but for them and their zealous work, today might havo bcon a sorry day for Amarlllo. As stated In this column yesterday, the Santa Fe people were and are acting lu good faith. It, was only by tho hardest kind of effort, In the face if tho strongest .Wind Of oppo sition, that Vice president Turnor succeeded In having the company consider Amarlllo aj the point for the proposed Improvements and en largements. Mr. Turnr vouched, for Amarlllo's readiness and ability to carry out Its part of. the .contract Ah a friend of our city and as a rail road official he wished to do'justlce to both his friendship aijd his of tidal duties. He gave us an ad vantage, but ho relied on us to mako proper use of It. , .. , We havo dono it. It was an effort, a great task, but WB aucceeded. " It matters not now whether the weight of the burden Is born according to ability, whether we contributed c cording to our means. It Is suffi cient to know that the amount is raised and the quostlou settled. Now for a greiter Amsrlllo. Already the new Impetus Is felt throughout tho city. A number of building contracts, held In abeyance, were consummated today.' The very heavens have seemed to smile down upon our beautiful and flourishing city all day, as If In expressIon of pleasure over the solution of the great railroad question,'' The most sanguine, the. most op tiralstlc of all, of us, bays not the least conception of the full meaning and bearing of yesterday's work on. Amarlllo's future. Nor do the own ers of Panhandle lands within a ra dius of twenty rullos of the city grasp the fullness of the Import of yester day's transactions as affecting their Interests. The entire Panhandle country will derive some of the ben eflls therefrom In future years. ' While Amarllo wll be the Imme dlate and greatest beneficiary, our smaller sisters In all directions will como In for a share of the benefits We are proud of Canyon, our en terprising neighbor on the South, for her pluck and energy. Had we fall In our bask she was ready to step t arry off the rich prise, sne 'ij.sljfc rjjbj; -Jisplre to great- tv. an .'1 111 111 , ' l1 or to her for her manly efforts i)d' aspirations. We are glad today that tH ques tion is satisfactorily settled. - AU Amarlllo has reason for gladness and self-congratulation. Our future.. is assured, our status as 4, coming city firmly established. Continued enter prise and energy,, everlasting- puBh and pull, go ahead and do.lt meth ods will do the rest and we will all live to see the realization of our fondest dreams. ' - . . of October, A. D. 107. between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. at the courthouse door, In Amarlllo, Texas. Dated, Dallas, Texas, August 20th, 1907. OKO. II. GREEN, United States Marshal Northern Dis trict of Texas, By R. M. WARDEN, Deputy. W. H. AT WELL, 36 4c Plaintiffs Atorney. V0RK IS BEGINNING ON THE SANTA FE (Continues rrom Page One.) ha Notice of MarHhal's Sale., , UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Northern District of Texas. J 8 Public notice is hereby given, that bv virtue of a wru or ecuuou, daUd August 10, A. D. .1907. I sued out of the District .Court, of the United states for the Southern Dls trict of I. T. on a Judgment rendered in ha id Court, on the. 27th dy of May, A. D. 1901, In .favor of the United States of America, and against Joe Phillips, joslah Phillips, and O V. Carter, I have, on this 28tp day of Aucust. A. D. 1907, levied upon the following described real estate,- sit uated In the County of Potter, and State of Texas, to wit: y liOt No. 1 In block No. 6, O. & S addition, lot No. 13 in block No. 37. O T. and Lot No. 8 In block, No. 82, O. T. levied upon as the property of Joe Phillips. Also Nots Nos. 11, 12 and , 13 .,n block No. 63, G. & S. addition and Lots Nos. 5. 6, 7. 8, 9 add 10 in block No. 64, G. & Si addition to Amarlllo, Texas. Levied upon the nronerty of the estate of Q.. V.' Caf1 ter, deceased. All of said property levied upon as the property of the above named defendants, to satisfy this execution and that I will, accord ingly, offer said real estate for" sale, at public vendue to the highest and best bidder for cash, on th Hit day condemnation proceedings and It Is probable tuat the owners will ac cept the valuation fixed by the pur Chase committee.- (Jrudo HIitkcH Ilclng Reset. ' Surveys for the punhitndle cut-off were made last spring but the lines of grade stakes In many pastures through whloa the survey runs were not kindly regarded and, by ono Cleans or another, nearly all tno Stakes disappeared. In one pasture the lino has been plowed up. In another fhe owner carefully went' albng and gathered up the woodeu stakes to remove them absolutely from his pasture. This careless re gard, for the line was largely Influ enced by the belief on the part of some of. the doubtful ones that the line would not be built and that the stakes amounted to nothing. .i The absence of these grade stakes however, will give the company lit tle difficulty because the profiles of the line have been made and It will only be necessary to put In now grade stakes. Today the company's engineers begin the work of run ning the lino again. Rig Const riMt ion Outfits Newly. The big Harris construction outfit east of Panhandle has been waiting for several weeks to be ready to be gin on tho Panhandle cut-off. Be tween Amnrllo and Woodward, there are now eight work trains and all of these that can be advantageously used, will be sent to the work here. All the heaty construction -between here and Woodward Is now done and the outfits on the line are simply keeping the new roadbed In shape and repairing defects, East of Woodward several work trains are at work In the breaks and this work will be continued. Receiving Steel at Canadian. Shipments of bteel for relaying the track on this end are being re ceived rapidly now at Canadian and steel gangs wll handle this about as fast I' can 1,0 delivered. New rails are of ninety pound steel throughout as are those on tho Belen cut-off. The old rails now In service are fifty-eight pound. Grading and roadbed correspond to the excellence of stoel and crushed stone balasfc Ing will finish what men In the ser vice say will .bo the most perfect .. rwur , .i r;': In existence. Chamberlain's Colic, Choltf.i'.. .d Pi Arrhoen Remedy Never Known to Fail. "I have UBed Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remody since It was first introduced to the public In 1872, and have never found one Instance whero a cure was not speed ily effected by Its use. I have been a commercial traveler for eighteen years and never start out on a trip without this, my faithful friend." says H. S. Nichols of Oakland, II. T. When a man has used a remody for thlrty-flve years he knows Its value and is competent to speak of It. For sale by Goldlng Drug Co. .331m on the 10th day of October, A. I). 1907, at 10 o'clock a, m. to consider and act on a proposition' to ratify, confirm and approve the action ot tho directors of the company In caus ing an amendment to the Company's Articles of Incorporation to be ap proved by' the attorney general of Texas and filed In the. office of the secretary of state of ' the state of Texar. on.the.J4th day of March, A. D; 1908, which amendment pro vided' for" the construction of two branoti lines of railroad and fixed the amount of the cipttal stock of the company at Five Hundred and Sevtaty-flve Thousand (1575.000) Dollars, divided into 6.750 shares of the sum of $100 each; which prop osition, If .adopted by a vote of two thirds In value of the stock of the company will Increase tho capital stock of the company from fioo, 000, the amount ftxed by the orig inal articles of Incorporation, to $575,000, the amount fixed by said amendment so filed to tho original articles of Incorporation! J. N. FREEMAN, 31 ' Secretary. Saves Her Hair With An American Stage Beauty Newforo's Herpicide IE To tlie Stockholders of the I'ecos & Northern Texas Railway Company. ' You are hereby advised that tho board of directors of the company have called a meeting of the stock holders, to be held at the principal office of the company In the city Of Amarlllo, Potter County, Texas, Rheumatism 1 hTs lovind a tried snd twtcd iw for Rhe toatltml Not. ""T.t'" Sl !'hnJ: dltoi1i Hmt ot chronic rripi)ljnor J1 rowtbt tack to nwrn K. 1 art I on now urelT kill Um pulni and piuisi ol Onr-wlth Chem .tin ths Ctty ol Which Dr. Bhoop t Ktieumntlo Romodl mads Mrlwted. depondnbl.. P' V,Ptl.jl;Jni ?Jm Kd in R,7matlc Blood U to.lWlv. and tin kwr under the oUon ot thin mmrdy M fJlTMd ntr whm .d.lwl to pure wstor. 1. mh trom lu wnwm, and th bum ot oSSJSSm ?to son. torer. Tb. I. now no M IIMMl-flQ ftCtlWl tRUIHI W lull'" bXHIvi wll. and to wufldne woommeod Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy G0LDING DRUG CO. THE STATE OF TEXAS. To the Sheriff or any Coustable of Potter County Texas. Greeting: Whereas, the Southern Kansas Railway company of Texas, did, on the 20th day of August', 1907, file with tho county Judge of Potter county, Texas, a petition to condemn to its use as a railroad corporation for right of way purposes an,d for other purposes necessary to its use, In Potter county, Texas, certain lands alleged In said petition to belong to unknown owners and being fully described In said petition as follows: Situated In Potter county, Texas, and known as lot 19, block 38,0, 'Mir ror addition to tho city of Amarlllo, Texas. :i' Lot 20. block 380, Mirror addi tion to the city of Amarlllo, TexaR. Lot 2. block 420, Mirror addition to the city of Amarlllo,' Txas. 1Ms 3. 4. 5. 8. block 420, Mirror addition to the city of Aniarlllo.Texas Lots 11, 12, 13, block 4 20, Mirror addition to the city ol Amarlllo, Texas. ' .o.i i ' M' Lots 3. 4, 8, block 425. Mirror ad dltlon to the city of Amarlllo, Texas. Lots 13, 15, 16, 17. 18, 20, 21, block 466, Mirror addition to the city of Amarlllo, Texas. ' Lots 1, 2, U, 12, 13, 18, 19. 20, 23, 24, block 470. Mirror addition to the city of Amarlllo, TXas.' Lot 4. block 336, Holland addition to the city of Amarlllo, Texis... And, Whereas, tho statutory oath has been made that said wners of r.ald above described land cannot be found and are unknown. And, Whereas, ' the Honorable Sam Merrill, County Judge of Potter county, Tex;is, on said day appointed tho undersigned as a board of com missioners to hear and . pass upon said petition and assess the damages' on account of suli condemnation as provided by law In Title 94 of the Revised Statutes of this state, and -Whereas, wa have taken and sun- . It. J ; ..U ' .1.1. -I li r I-- ... r such commUsionari, ' ' Now, therefore, you are hereby commanded to summon the said Un known owners 'of said described land to be and appear before the un dersigned as such commissioners on the 10th day of October, 1907, at tho court house In Amarlllo j Potter county, Texas, the same being the time and place selected when and where the same will be heard. , Said petition Is styled the Southei-riKanBos Railway Company, of Texas, vs. UN KNOWN OWNERS and being num bered on the civil docket . of said court No, 667. , You .are hereby commanded to summon said unknown owners as aliove directed by causing a true copy of this . ' notice ' to be pub lished In some newspaper pub lished In your county, if "there, be any newspnpe: publUhe.d therein, but If not, then" lu any newspaper pub lished In the Judicial' district where this suit Is pending, once In; eadh week for four consecutive weeks pre vious to the return da thereof., Herein fall not but have you. be fore said commlsslopers on , the said day 9( September, 1907, this writ with iyour return thereon' showing how oi havo executed the same, CHAS. GREEN, t , L. A. WELLS, i, W. A. CR08SETT. i ' . . Commissioners. We hereby certify that this notice In a true nd correct opy of the ori ginal notice in Bald matter.' This 11th day of Sept., 1907. y CHAS. GREEN, ' L. A. WELLS, W. A. CROSSETT. "Commissioners. The State of Texas, County of potter. This Is to certify that this "notice Is a trua and correct copy of th orl- She writes follow! to the Merplclde Co. : "Fortlie putt two yrars I played a part that necenniUted the wearing of a wig. My Klp would perspire under the wig and It was not long until dan druff made its apjx-srsnce and con stantly grew wore. I used every rem edy I could find to rid my head of It, but nil to no avail. I finally decided to give Newbro's Herpicide a tharounh trial. I cleaned and dried my bsir lfore applying Herpicide and after thrre or four applications I was delighted to see the dandruff disapjiear and my hair is now a nice as evtr. I could not be without Herpicide and I can recommend it most highly and 1elieve it will do all that is claimed for it" Kespertfullv, (Signed) Jl'UA'H. TODIAS, 376 Martton Court, Detroit, Mich. Barbsr Hahman of Galveston hat Craat Faith In Newbro's Herpicide "There has been a great many hair preparations on the market, hut I believe, that Herpicide is the only one that in come up to what it was reprcxented. We use it very largely in our bop and have yet to hear of the first case wherein it has fulled to re move dandruff" Miined) O. A. HAHMAN. Galveston, Texas. More men and woman hare sjottea positive retold from the nse of New bro'i Hsrplclda than from all other hair remedlti combined. Guaranteed tinder the Food and Drug Act, June 30, 1906 Serial No. 915. Two Site SO cents and 91. OO at Drug Store. Insist Upon Herpicide 1 . . 1 - I.. i f 1 A iL. it....:.:.1-. fnt T TWmst Mi Mi OCI1U I OCX 1119 lit SUWIJJS 1U1 swiiijmw hi iuc iicijiikiu v 1 a'cjiv w L. "0. THOMPSON BRO. Special Agents Application at Prominent Barbershop " 1 .." . . ji- v-' - - . ... ' '''.'" ' 'i-V:--; :'i-h'"j5 I'M ;i;;V! '. , k1:. - 'I iV ', ., ':..'' ; .. -s a.-)i '""' v;; .V :.--rh .. . .,(,,',' w 371-, .:r.i"-' "! n y .wr--.x:. '.v, k;;'-pM,--vv'v. .''.;.' " -i1 B . m.v -.r-W-jV. . . -' , v -r .'' ' ..., ' , '.1 Q J' ',, 'i-''-:'; i ' 5': ' . ' .. ' . ; "' " w'fcU-:! : '.i 1 1 glnal notice lu said cauHO hqreln. . This 11th day of September, 1907. J. E. HUGHESv Sheriff Potter County. Notice. Notice Is hereby given that the Honorable Commissioners' Court, of Pottern County, Texas, will sit as a Board of Equalization, Mouday. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 24, 25, 26, 1907. FRANK WOLFLIN.' 2t County Clerk. Critically HI. ;. ' Many people are critically all as a result of disturbance of their diges tive functions, and don't know It. If you are suffering from dizziness, Ir ritability, headache, nausea, colic, constipation, waste no time, but take Dr. Caldwell's (laxative) Syrup Pep sin. It may be tho means of wardtng off a dangerous sickness. . At any rate; Jt will surely make your dU tresslng, dyspeptic symptoms disap pear. It is siifo, certain, and pleas ant. Try it. Sold by McQueen Drug ...pany at 50c and $ 1.00. Money i '. fails. SELL 30 YEAR OLD STOCK OF GOODS Mr. Fountain, of Clovls, N. M., was here yesterday purchasing a bill of , goods from the Maddrey-Kenyon Furn'Hure company to start a furni ture Store In the new Helen cut-offl town. ' S. D- Struve, of rialnvlew, was a visitor at the Daily Panhandle office yesterday afternoon. O. M. Southworth, a contractor of Glrard. Kan., Is here beginning wora on the new Way land building. Colebrook, Conn., Sept. 10. One of the most novel auction sales ever IipM In the country w.is tho one held hero today of the effects of tho late inhr. a Wheeler, of Waterbnry. Wheeler ran a general store here during tho civil war, and practlcallly all of the srtlcles sold today hid been on the shelves for over thirty years. The stock was purchased at war prices, nd, rather than sell at a loss, Wheeler allowed the goods to remain on the shelves. The utore was closed nvnr thirty venrs ago. Among the articles sold were boots and shoes, men's clothing, dress goods, cigars, tobacco, groceries and In fact a com plete stock of such goods as were handled by Nw England counir) stores forty years ago. Most of the articles were hopelessly shop worn, and out of dato, and vatuablo ouiy us curiosities. B Mcknight & williavs ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE For All the Panhandle Correspondence Sollolted ; ' AMARILLO, TEXXS SAILOR KENDALL SUITS TO MEASURE We want the public to know that, in ad dition to our magnificent stock of ready-to-wear clothing, we take measures and get suits to suit all. We represent three of the most reliable houses in the country. Robert-Wicks Co., Utica, N. Y. Globe Tailoriug Co., Cincinnati. Meeks Bros. Co. Bonapart, la. No Experimenting Here We have dealt with these houses for years and we know just what they are going to send us. The lines of samples are complete and very fine, Come in and examine the line and see what $18.00 to $40.00 will buy We guarantee a fit. We guarantee satisfac tion. We take all the responsibility. We look you over carefully and you call attention to any irregularity of form that you have no ticed, and in two wseks (ten days if absolute necessary) we can get you a finely tailored suit, made strictly to your measure. 414 Pollt Street . 1 - i' I, t.-' , ".J