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TUG WEEKLY HERALD. MARCH lo, I0O8.
jji r PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J.. I. IIAINNA, -lJi?c.i!cs of Eye, Ear, Not nd Throat, ; Cluiei Fitted. j Rooms 7 and 8, Nivins Building N. J. WADE, AttrneyatLw, Kornolde Blcltf. ". WortH.Toaw fjactice in State ami Federal Courts, flusineM. of non-irkidriiW jjiven r rnal attention, b. V. Phone 180. A SUCCESS ? Ye! the New jei.ser 5tenm Plow Is a success in every Particular, those who have seen it say, "no more disc plowing." It is at work five mile east of Amarillo better so and .ec it if interested or rite N. A. GRAY Amarillo, Texas Registered Hereford Cattle FOR SALE Three Bulls ami Ten head of t?lu Stuff. I;or Prices write F. P. Rcid, Mobectic, Texas SACHSE $ 1VEY LAND, CATTLE AND INSURANCE AGENTS Vega Townsite Co. G. A. SACHSK J; X. IVKV Prompt Service When you notify us by tel ephone or otherwise to call for vour package, we don't say "All Right." and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call the 6ame day within a- few minutes if you are in a hurry and we deliver the laundered clothing at the time agreed upon.. Good work and prompt ser vice does the combina tion appeal to you? Put us to the test Troy Steam Laundry, Phone 42. NELSON & ORAUGHON Business College I'c-I Worth Texas, sunranlees lo lec!i you book-le-eo'r.can:! kf'-"-e in from oiRnt lo ten wenks. m.1 : tiot tt and ir. as shott time a ny flttl-clats i ontuf. Positions secured or nion.y rolunded. Nolr-.er.cTi"! lor t union. For cMalocuo ndrlr J. W. likAl.'UHON. Prnudent, Sixth nd Main Streets, l-oit Worth, Tciat. ' .; The Story or Medicine. Its name "Guidon Medical Discovery was suRgnsMd by ono uf Its mot Import ant and valuable, ingredient! Golden fcf root. Nearly forty year' ago, Dr. riorro dis covered that he could, hy the use of pure, triple-refined Klyie.rine, aided by a cer tain di'gren of constantly maintlnei hr&t and with the aid of apparatus and appliances designed for that purpose, ei tract from our moft valuable native me dicinal routs their curative properties muph better than by the ui"e of alcohol, . o gonerally employed. Ho the now world farti'd "Golden Medical Discovery," for the. cure, of weak stomach. Indirection, or dytritpMa, torpid liver, or ntliousness and kindred derangements was firtt mad, aa It ever sinie has wien, without a particle of alcohol In Its maiV-tip. v A glance VitMJiiU fist of lt Ingredi ent printed Ohvorv bottle-wrapper,1 ' will abow that It ia toad from the mot valuable medicinal roWfound growing In our American fontwAII the?) In- firmum ravn rereiYca tno stroii U hem thBJcadiim iued been complied by Dr. R. V". Pierce, of Buffalo, I. V.. ami will bn mailed free to anv one iskliiir .tine by postal card, or letter addrsaed to the Doctor as above. From theeo endorsements, rnpled from atandard medical books of all thedlffer- ent schools of practice, It will be found that tbei ingredients compoin the"tnld en Medical Discovery " nre advised not only for the cure of tliealxive mentioned illseaans, but also for the cure of all ca tarrhal, bronchlnl and throkt affections, fcompalnod with catarrhal discharges hwrenee, sore throaN liiifierlnu. or bang on-couahs. arid all those wasting affections which, If not promptly and properly treated are liable to terminate in consumption. Take, Dr. Pierce's Dis covery In tiro and psrvvere In Its use until too give tt a fair trial and ft is not likely to disappoint. Too much most not be. expected of It. 'It will not perform miracles. It will not core consumption . In Its advanced stages. No medicine will. It will cure the auctions that lead tip to 4X)Diumptioo, if tuhm in time. BARGAINS IN FREIGHT Hoss" Sale at Santa Fe Track Finds Many Purchasers (Flow Thursday' Dully.) Wry much depends on the point of view whether tho Mile of unclaim ed freight now going on at tun Santa l'o tfiiclt near tho union utatlon It regarded ax a Imi'glan tuilo or not. Tln man who bought, a hiiudHotuc net or l'Nithrr huriioKM .vi-hU-nlay for $G Ih confldi'iit that Mr, Dunn's i-K)t cawli Mile is tho place to caw iiiiiucy, but tin" man who paid Jl.tij for a laro box marked "couch ie pulrs'' and who found on oiicniny the box lli.it he had purchased n bushel or so of curled triiavlngs feelH that he ought lo havo invested in uilnliiK stock. Hut the man who pit the excelsior in an exception and the man who struck It rich on tho harness is like a good many others who have niacin tho last bid on the mysterious cucch and boxen which Chief Auctioneer Burt h has put up for pale. Four Carloads of 1'ivlnht. In tho assortment which the claim department of the Pecos Valley Is srllins on the track here, U four carloads of freight of all conceivable, kinds which for one reason or an other has not been delivered to the conslRnee named on the shipping la bel. In soino cases the eoiirigiieo ha alleged that the freight is dam ased to such an extent that he re fuses to accept and pay for It. Un der audi conditions if the shipper refuses to take back tho goods or If he cannot be found, the company Is obliged to keep the property. This accumulates at various stations along the lino and w henever a considerable amount of it is on the books of the company, tho claim department gets as much cash as possible out of it by having an "old boss" sale, like the one now in progress. The sale began yesterday and to day most of the articles in the four cars have been knocked down to purchasers." C. K. Hurch and Ear nest Fiuklea of the claim department at. the Tecos Valley offices, have been in charge of the sale and va rious other men from the office) have nssisted. As the goods in nearly every case are boxed or crated so that very little can he seen of them and since tho Information given In the bill of lading Is very Incomplete, the bidder for the most part, have lo trade "sight unseen," and the prices offered show a wide range. Funnily the goods are sold far he low their original cost. TOUPFFER STILL LOOKS FOR FATHER (From Thursday's Daily.) With the assistance of men whose interest he enlisted yesterday in hla search for his uncle and his father, V. K. Toupffer, the young man who told the story yesterday of old times in the Panhandle and of newly ac quired wealth at Ooldfleld, Nov., succeeded In locating his uncle, K. 0. Cuddy, here. Mr. Cuddy is a newcomer in Amarillo who lives in a neat cottage on Bast Third tstreet, east of the Santa Fo tracks. But Toupffer has not yet located the aged father of whom ho told the men at tho "courthouse yesterday, nor has ho discovered tho spot seven miles south of Amarillo where, ac cording to his story yesterday, hi3 mother was burled about nineteen years ago. Toupffer's account of his 'birth hero twenty-six years ago and J his life with hl3 brother and his lather has caused many old-timers to search their memories for facts which cor respond to the dotails of the story. So far none of them have beea able to recall a cattleman by the name of Toupffer who ran as many as 15,000 cattle, or oven less on the. open range then, but they are i -dined to believe that ;; such a man had been here that they would have known somethins about him. Nor docs anyone who has heard the story remember a grave on the prairie in the place described toy Toupffer, but as there were tew landmarks on the prairie at that time. It is easily pos sible that the grave might have been made In the manner described 'by Toupffer but at a place many miles from the section fixed upon by the yomiK mail. .i : l s NMoo iimi:s. W, ii, Searcy ( ae Attain! li.iilroml Sellleil by f iiiiiii'oimIno. I From 'J'hurnday'H Dally,) ily u compromise M'ttleiueni this week, (J. Searcy, the Fort Worth & Denver section foreman who was Injured last .icur in an accident on tho road, will rccelvo IOd damages from the company. Tho suit had neon brought by Searcy and the case would have come up for trial at Chaunliig this wee);. l)l' Stulcup I: Chambers repiesenled the defend ant and 1 ('. Ilrrett, the plaintiff. A Neighbor of ours us well as yourself s ll.ihl" at any time to li,in rheumatism. We're nil liable lo have nils or bums, bruises or scalds, 1 1 ii k in tho back, neck and side --come Kind of an ache or p 1 1 in. Then heed this advice and tell your neighbors Mallard's Snow Liniment relieves ail aches and pains, end heals all wounds. Sold hy I O. Thompson Co. l'Mm riiMliui'iiioiiicM al Mr. I.inipkln . Mrs. A. A. Lumpkin was the host ess Tuesday afternoon at her homo ou Tyler street to the Philharmonics and their guests. Mendelssohn Bar tholdy was the composer for tho aft ernoon. Tho lesson took up the Hal Ian school of music and Italian mu sical instruments. Tho members answered roll call us usual with cur rent events. Numbers on tho pro gram were rendered as follows: Piano duet, Mines, pickerel and Tru love; biography of tho composer, Mrs. (lebhardt; "Hose Song," Mrs. Slaughter; paper. "Oratorios and Cantatas," Mrs. !. J. Nunn; song, "Slumber Boat," Mrs. Sam Orr; pia no duet, "Poet and Peasant," Mrs. Fredericks and Miss Nobles; "Hunt ing Son," Mrs. Trulove. Afler the program, tho party enjoyed refresh ments and a social hour A Swollen Jaw. is not pretty nor pleasant. Wheth er it's caused by nouralegia, tooth ache or accident, Ballard's Snow Liniment will reduce the swelling and relieve the pain. The great and sure euro for rheumatism, cuts, burns, bruises, scalds uny and nil aehes and pains, Sold by L. O Thompson Co. in-1 in rm:i'AiUr. i ort o.vn:sr. Panlmndl. College (iet Heady for April Contest Jlcre. News from Hereford. Canadian, Goodnight and Clarendon, the four colleges that mako up the Panhan dle Oratorical association, Indicates that the orators und their fellow students am getting ready to make (ho first contest of the association a thorough success. Preliminary con tests for choosing the orators to represent the several colleges will probably bo held about the last of this month. This will give three weeks for special study and training for the orators 'before tho contest here on April 17. Ono event of Interest which Is scheduled for the visit of tho col leges hero is a basket ball game be tween the girl's team of the Amarillo High School and of Canadian acad emy. This will be the first inter scholastic girls' game ever played here. It is probable also that other games, either baseball or basket ball will be arranged to take place on the Saturday following tho contest, between somo of the other colleges of the association. Hace Sulcldo '- ' as President Roosevelt calls It Is not nearly the menace to Increase in population that deaths among infants are. And eight out of ten of these deaths are directly or indirectly caused by .bowel troubles. McGee's Baby Klixir cures . diarrhoea, dy sentary, sour stomach and all infant ailments of this nature. Just the thlDg for teething babies. Price LT and 50c. Sold by L. O. Thompson & Co. 10-lm MADE FOR SERVICE and guaranteed absolutely WATERPROOF OILED SUITS. SUCKERS AND HATS Every garment guaranteed Clean Light Dura bio 5uits,3J? Slkkers3? Me ivust emits ivinwititi urAtot nit mr rut auiih Mm IP S mil WAS BAD Jim Ellis Shot at Shad HarrIs?MeetingTuesday Night atCourt- Five Times and Missed (From Thursday's Dally . ) j:d aim ou tho part of Jim Kills, agisted by great activity on tho piirt of Harris, saved Shad Harris, the negro Janitor for tho Kher.stadt building from r.cilous wounds and mi1i;iii death lant nlgl.l. IJIIU rhot five times iit Harris last night about !i o'clock whlln Hint thdtor was try ing to pet out of and cliiir away from the hcrvnnt's hou-e at. i he Neal boarding house on Polk street. The causes of the shootiii!; are variously (old by the two principals and Jus tire Dolman will endeavor to arrive at part of the truth in the examining trial of Kills who is now iu the coun ty jail. Tw Suitors Met. Mary Stone, the colored look at the Neal 'boarding house, Is, it seems, n favorlto in dark society here, and among her admirers are both Jim Ki lls and Shad Harris. Last night about 9 o'clock Shad Harris was calling on the lady when Jim Ellis put In his ppearance. Harris says that Kills was drunk. Kills says that ho hadn't had that much. Further Kills says that Harris had been bothering him a good deal and that the feeling between them was not entirely friendly. Last night when ho found Harris at the home of his lady, he opened the conversa tion by asking for J.") which Harris owed him. Harris resented this as persion on ills financial standing and jumped at Kills with an open razor not of the safely variety. Then K1-. lis ''says he defended himself by grabbing up n gun and shooting at the other negro. Shad made a break for the open. But a few "minutes later according to Kills he again made a rush at him with that ra zor. This tlmo Kllis had a dearer field and he emptied his gun as fast he 'could work tho (rigger. The first shot knocked Harris' hat off but none of the bullets Inflicted any damrigo on him. ' SIiikI via Peaceable. In ' contradiclloii of Kllis' story, Harris says that, he himself was peaceable and orderly. He was call lu on Mary Stone, ;,o says, when the other negro came in drunk and demanded of him. Ho refused this but started to leave to avoid trou'ble. He was unable, it seems to get away quick enough, and the fusllade which Kills turned in his direction followed very shortly. Afler the shooting Kills went back to the house on Tyler street where hhe has been employed and hid till this morning when ho peace ably gave tip to the officers who came to arrest him. Hunting for Trouble. " " "I've lived in California -0 years, and am still hnuting for trouble In the way of burns, sores, wounds, boils, cuts, sprains, or a case of piles that Bucklen's Arnica Salve won't quickly cure," writes Charles Wal ters, of AUeghaney, Sierra Co. No tis0 hunting Mr. Wallers; It cures or money refunded at L. O. Thompson & Bro's. drug store. 25e. New Officers for l'ierln (From Friday's Dally.) Yesterday itt Its annual business meeting, at the homo of Mrs Frank Blair, 1ho Pierian club elected offi cers for UlOS-00 as follows; Mrs. K. L. lllgginbotham, president; Mrs. L. A. Wells, vice president; Mrs. Thom as Ctirri secretary; Sirs. dJ. 3f. Kafclo, treasurer; Mrs. Frank Blair, parliamentarian. Mrs. L. A. Wells will be delegates to tho district fed eration conference, with Mis, i. Kendrlck, alternate, and Mrs. P. L. Person delegate to the state federa tion, with Mrs. (. J. Nunn, alternate. For Cue couiinc year the club will take up Shakespeare's King Lear and studies In art which have not yet been outlined. The club Is dosing a successful year and looks forward lo one of equal interest wth the new course of study and under the new officers, A Valuable Le'Sofl. " " "tiix your ago t learned a valuajk le.ison." writes John Pleasant, of Magnolia, Iud. "I then ibegaa tak !r,fc Dr. King's . New Life Pills, and the longer I take them the better I find them." They pleaso everybody. Guaranteed at L. O. Thornoson & Bro'i., druggists. Ioe,y KENTUCKY PANHANDLERS house Wilt Launch New ' nrirnl7finn Tuesday night of next, week Is tho date tvt for tho mass meetlug of all 1 ex-Kciittickians and the meeting Is to be tailed to order at the courthouse j at 8 o'clock shbarp. In addition to 1 thn talks and businei-'s which will j lake up tho evening, there will be; special music, and the audlencu wll j join in the singing of patriotic airs, such us America and My Old Ken tucky Home, Mr. J. n. Anderson will assia in tho singing and will uso sing a solo. Miss Margolin will give several violin numbers and thero will probably be several num bers by an orchestra. Several preliminary meetings of ex Kentuckluiis who are especially In terested In the movement have been held In the Chamber of Commerce rooms and plans havo been outlined for the organization. These will bo taken up l detail at the meeting Friday night. Nodal and Business! l'iii'oses. "Tho objects of this society," states Colonel H. T. Groom, lit a call for the meeting, "aro both social and business. The social side will take the form of entertalnmeuts of various kinds its reunions for x Kentucklans. Tho business object of tho organization is to lay before the people of Kentucky the advantages of the Panhandle, and to ask Hiobo seeking homes in other states to join ns in developing the greatest home-making rRrt of tho West. Ladies Seclnlly Invited. "No gathering of Kentucklans would ho typical of the grand old state if the ladles did not lend their presence and as It is desired that this Initial meeting shall he a complete success, ex-Kentucky ladles aro es pecially invited to graco the occa sion by their presence." Lovers of good health should prevent sick ness Instead of letting themselves get sick und then try to cure it. So long as yoti keep your liver, bowels and stomach in a healthy and actlvo condition you won't get sick. JlajlarJ's' Herblne relieves constipation, Inactive liver aud all stomach and bowel troubles. Sold by 1,.' O, Thbiiyiiion & Co, 10-lm Winked Like a Charm. Mr. D. N. Walker,. editor of that spicy journal, the Enterprise, Louisa, Va.,says: ,"I ran a nail in my foot last week and at onco applied Buck len's Arnica Salve. No Inflamation followed, the salve simply healed the wound." Heals sores, bums und Rkln diseases. Guaranteed at L. O. Thompson Co., Drugists. 25c. DH. A. J. CALDWELL. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. New Carson building. Amarillo. Texas. FOR SALE Mules 3 and 4 years old. Will trad0 for other prop erty. A. M. Potter. 179 tfc Women as Well as Men Are Made miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Kidney trouble jireya tipon the. mind, discourages and lesseusa mbition ; beauty, vigor ana cliecrlul tiess soon disappear when the kidneys art out of order or dis eased. Kidney trouble has heroine so prevalent that it is not uncom mon for a child to he Lorn afflicted with weak kidneys. If the child urinatestoooften, if the urine scalds the Hush, or if, when the child reachcsan age when it should lie able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with Led-wetting, depend upon it, thecause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these impot tantorg.'ins. This uiiplrasr.iit trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not tj a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need, the aauic gTcat remedy, The mild and the immediate effect of warn d Root is soon reali red. 1 1 i s sold hy druKists, in hrty ceut and one-dollar sue bottles. You tuny have a sample liottlc hv mail free, also a Horn ot gwunp Root pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root, including many of the thousands of testi monial fetters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamtou, N. v., be. sure and mention this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swatup-Root, and the ad dress, Bimrbuaitou. L Y, ou everv bottle. Registered Hogs Far Sale :: DUR0C5 F'OLANI) CHINAS t BliRKSHIRUS Have some fine ilts and young boars irotn best blood in Kansas and Missouri tor sale. Also a few yearling prize winners from the American Royal Show. Can be seen any time. Will drive customer to farm three . iniks frcm town. O. W. MATTHEWS. Choice Tennessee Corn $3.00 PER BUSHEL Reference: J. VV. TEETER of Teeter Land Company, Amarillo, Texas W"P fTirtrfcirtn' Broom Com Broker . ranningt and Seed Specialist Lock Box 11a Oakland, Illinois Western Bank & Trust Coj i Of marillo, Texan Capital : $100,000.00 B.T.WARE. President. W11.I.AV, V-rresident. We do a General Banliing Business We request our friends and tbe public generally to call on us. Any business entrusted to us will receive our careful and personal attention. Correspondence Solicited No business too large for our Capacity and none too small for our Consideration. Just what "LCIgHC mm HI fill m i GHAS. W. SAB LAND COMPANY CHOICE PANHANDLE LANDS AND CITtf PROPERTY 150,000 ACRES FOR SALE Corner Third and Polk Sts, Opposite Amaeillo Hotel FOR SALE Wo hvo a number of bargains to offer to buyers for good rlchl level farm lands, both !n ICO, 320 and section tracts, well located as to railroads towns, schools, etc., and on good rea sonablo terms. Alio somo large tracts that I cau sell at whole sale prices. , " - " Have for rent '320 acres froo(i Ivel farm with 'l-roonl house, good water, etc., land all plowed and ready for crop, located fito miles of Amarillo, can rent 'to responsible par-'' ties only. Several goOi! residences ano properties la Amarillo, t. trade for good level plains land, A good 8-room brick and stoito resilience locate la'fS' heart of St. Louis,' Mo., to trade for good level panhandle land If you have good, rich level plains land to sell. list It wlttf I I hunt bargains, and find BUYERS, " ',. Come t0 THE PANHANDLE, the country of TT0S und al- ,-. . me. falfa. Fort Worth, Texas Evergreen Broom Seed FRANK B. SALTKR. Cashier. CHAS. T. WARIJ, Secretary. you need for that Huntlus Trip . . W.4. i They are aure-killlnc loadi, always the same, never miss-fire, do not Injure tbe gun barrel, and make shooUng the pleasure that it ought to be. YOUR DEALER SELLS THEM 1 "Ideal" and "Target" Im4 will aiy Sutferi Balk Sklm. "Premier" and -High Oua" " " Dt.M'V "Referee" luitt will the faaui "Scal-Sawkiltu." i .1 t . ...... . , Bal. II ' r, (I iMfletWIU Nil dims rwicr. THE PETERS CARTRIDGE GO. CINCINNATI, OHIO. ,