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THE WEEKLY HERALD, 'MARCH 26, 1908. 6 ? Girlhood and Scoffs Emulsion are V linked together. The girl ho" take Scoffs Emut' sion hat plenty of rich, red blood; he u plump, active and energetic. The reason is that at a period when a girl diction it weak, Scoffs Emu I J ion provides hef with powerful nourishment in easily digested form. i t It is a food that builds and keeps up a girl's strength. ' ALL DRUCCISTSl BOo. AND $1.00. I FROM OLD KENTUCKY Extensive Program lor Blue Grass State Keeling To morrow Hlght. MESS FOR TEXAS INDUSTRIES PANHANDLE LOOKS GOOD t Colorado Sugar Beet Farmer Sees Money In Beets for H Plains Farmers (From Saturday' Dully.) "If this isn't a sugar boot country 7 nvir in uae." declared J. S Dunn',' yesterday durlnj a call at the Dally Psnhandle office. Mr. Dunu Is organizer for tlio at ate of Colorado ami for ouio othor acw territory lor tho Farmers' Union of America and ho is now making Amurlllo his headquarters la work through tlio Panhandle. Besides being an organ izer and beforo his 'trk "r tn0 Farmers' Union, Mr. Dunn la a farmer, llo comes from Rocky Ford In tho heart of the farnbui truck garden and sugar 'beet country of Colorado and ho hua worked 'for years at sugar beet farming. Must rlow Dorp. "1 might bo mistaken becauso ihoro may bo conditions that I haven't taken into consideration," ;ontlnucd Mr. Dunn, "but If this aoli hero Isn't a augar beet sol, then I don't know anything about augar beets, and I think I know a whole lot about thorn.' The wnjy. danger I o with, thla sell la that the farmers muy noti jiJow Itdoep enough, , It Is a tlghtsoll and It has to bo 'broken up before plant roots-win get dewn luto iC .Vou see the deeper a xugur beet" goes tho better Jt ge.tq. ( If the t,ei ero'ton thin on the irouud and the soil is packed too figt 'to let 1hem grow down easily, the beets will grow ahort and chunky and will not have tho per cent of purity that a. beet ha which grows down long and tapering Into the ground. "f p at Rocky Ford we bavo a soil that Is only about eighteen In ches deep. It Is a sandy soli ami htldw that Is nothing but whits sand In that kind of soil, cultivation and deep plowing doesn't amount to ao much and most of the work of cultl vatlou Is In keeping up tho laterals from the irrigation ditches. At Rocky Ford the arowinr soason U much shorter, than Jt is here. Recta Grow After Fn.t. "Sugar beet raising Is hard .work out It's nice work. I like It. . Any body can do It and everybody can work at It. We plant the beet seed In drills about elghtocn inches apart. Then when the plants aro well up the tows have to lie gone over and thin ned out bo that the plants are say four to 'six inches apart in the rows That tbliiitllig has to ho done by hand with little hoes made for the pur- jioun. ' Then wo plow them with cul llvators taking from four to six rows at' a, time, but the plowing with us Is more to get the laterals ready for tho water than for anything else. Beets, ieop on growing till after, front.', A, frost that just kills the top down, a little really helps the heft and makes it 6weoter. Even a free doesn't necessarily hurt the beet I understand - that you have growing weather after frost In the fall clear into November. That would bo to " your advuutngo because the beots could grow right on up U hard frees f nfe weather. Tthon they are pullod by a special machine and topped and 1 piled tip by hand. Could Make More Iiere. "V have been getting about 15 ton up there and the sugar fat lo ries have been making plenty of mon on that. But down here on. this land you could make more money on beets at $3. 50 a ton than we can up there t 15. You see many of the people that came In up there to farm tho land and to raise the beets don't own the land. It's loo high for most of, them and luey just tent and pay for their water rights. If they found out that they could raise 'beets down here ou thla land, they'd come here and buy this land and go to valuing beets. If you people down here Just show that beets can be raised you'll pet plenty of peoplo to come In to raise more and you'll have no trou bio getting the factory after you have the beets." COMPETENT JUDGES. Beast? Doctor Eadora HrrptrUe. Women who mikt a business of beau (Ifylng other women come pretty nemf knowing what will ferine about the best results. Her arc letters from two, coo cernlng llerplclde: "I can recommend Newbro's "Werpl- rlfle," as It stopped kit hair from falling out; and, as dressing It naa no super lor. "(Blrned.) Bertha A. Trulllnirer. "Complexion flpeclaliat, "M Morrison St.. Portland, Ore." "After ualnar one 'bottle of "Herptrlde" my hatr has stopped falllnr out, and mr culp is entirely free from dandruff. "(signed.) Grace, imdjte. 'Beauty Doctor, 1J5 fllxtb St., Portland, Ore." ffcild fer tearifnr dmrrlets. fiend 10c. In tamps for sample to The Herplclde Co. Detroit, MRS. Two slses 60 cns n ai.Ofl. L. O. Thompson & Hro., Special Agts. FREEZE HAS NOT t - DAMAGED FRUIT (From Monday's Dally.) Ice formed at the spouts of by drains Jn the open last nlgbt and tliero was a coating of front ou many surfaces thla morning but it Ib no thought that the freeze sorlouBly damaged the prospects for fruit here thla year. Nearly all fruit trees are in bloom but the fruit germ Is pro tected to a certain extent now by the petals. Several nights last week the temporature went bo low that Ice formed in tho open but there was sufficient wind those nights to keep the cold from working any damage on the fruit. Just at present on the showing that the trees are making, tho Panhandle should have a 'bum per fruit crop this year, but tho like llhood of cold snaps for several weeks yet aro such that even the most nan gulnc tree growers are not speakln with any dogreo of confidence the possibilities for a crop. Kin gray cot XT V VKAU (From Monday's lially.) Over 2 .in ex-KenliicklanH huvo been listed 1y the committee which pushing the orsauizallon of a I'an- andlo ex-K'ni ucUy nodety iind will bu In atl,ndaii('o tomorrow nlijut at O'clock Ht the courthouse for the first mi-cling of the association. There are niony more ex-Kentuck- In l.,l:lrlll,, iilwl llll K II r I'll II 11 ll - mtia .1, .it... . . ii ,,i i. ...... iui...i of t ie .secre ar es association i ii ut country ho have uoi been listed "i to reach ' 's( 1 inuiiin, ui" t ho movement Ih lielng felt over (He entire Mute, and the slate U full of JleamnoDl, Texas, March 23. .Secretary Arnold, of tho legislative committee of I ho Commercial .Secre taries of Texas, is busy sending out printed forms of lh resolutions pass ed a' tho Fort. Worth conference held In tho Interests of the agricul tural and commercial classes of Tex as, Those will be sown over Ihe state as thick ss vhest, and it ! the expectation of the organization to thin further the vnoeiuent look ing to a grander ami a greater Texas. Though IhN organization Is ci in its infancy, ami Hie legislative wiiiR your shuie of It. The man with the sweated shirt can pass up hid plate as often as he who comes to table in broadcloth and fine linen. It Is a feast of workers in tho Temple of Imlustrlii, with the gates taken off their hinges. That Is tho objective. Its consummation depends wholly on fiiccessfiil inoltill.nllon of tlio musses, hence thn reams of lit era turn tielng sent out by the secretary from his headquarters ln Reaumont. ' " I 11 of iIwhi nlU'Y inn orKHinxut.ou m Mnm(i1 sDvior Milrtv tintar cnmir!l f K.. kv I the nviemuiy places smell mii iieru lnal.e their homes in avn arrived ust week to inal.e tnei the Ranhandle, and these will lie- onie enthusiastic members of the UHsoctatlon and will also assist ln the ork of laying before other residents of Kentucky the edvautages of the I'anhandlo and the desirability of moving hero. Fine Mtilcftf Program. Songs of tho nation and of Ken ucky and tho southland especially will be made the features of the fine musical program which Is prepared for tomorrow -night. The Jes.-ie- (irubb orchestra has been engaged for music during the evening and n addition to this Miss Margolin will give violon solos and Mr. J. II. Anderson will fclng a solo, will lead the chorus Hinging of several songs and the singing by the audience of America." "My Old Kentucky Home"' and "Old Folks at Home." To carry out tho program villi the amount of buslnosa which will prop erly come before the meeting It will be necessary to open promptly at 8 o'clock and so the committee urges that nil Kentncklans turn out In force and to get to the courthouse early bo that there need 'be no delay. nieu from the plow and from all over Ihe state. tlie desk COMPLKTK IV HIATV DAYS. Work Resumed Today on Interior of New Opera. House. (From Monday's Dally.) In sixty days, if the work which was resumed this morning g'oVs on without intciTiptlon,':th' new" opera houso building will 'bo! ready fof oc cupuncy. Today workmen bean on tho Interior of tho front rooms of tho building and these' rooms can be ready for use before tho theater proper Is complete. Practically all tho material for the finish of the building is here so that there need he no delay on that account. Dallas Mu ii Para .V,mm for 1W Wilson Ranch. lly a deal completed last week through W. S. Roberts heve, (. O. Davis, of Dallas, becomes the owner of 7,680 acres near the center of (Gray county. Thla is the old "Joe BMlV" Davidson ranch and later tho Rert Wilson ranch. Mr. Wllson sells the place to the Dallas man for a total consideration of $33,000. ' The land lies along tho North Fork of the Red river in Gray coun ty about half way between Alanreed on the Rock Island and Pampa on the Santa Fe. There Is no wasto hind In the tract although some of It Is not tillable. Hundreds of acres of It llo along the creek and valley and will become, whenever the owner develops it. rich alfalfa fields. Quail, prairie chicken and ducka aro abund ant In their season and there are some deer on the place so that the ranch Is well known for Its hunting. . The new owner Intends to move to tho place at once and to Improve It on an extensive scale. Texnx. Oh, mighty plain, expansive, Full fair your borders lie Bathed In a golden glory, Kissed as the winds pass by. Your stores outpouring freely Yon give with lavish hand. Welcome, wealth and gladness. Texas, fair western land. Once bearing yoke of sovereign, Now free your people live, Glad In the hope you offer, Rich in tho wealth you give. Aggressive, ablo fearless, Bestirred by impulse grand, Lone Star, lead us onward. , Texas, fair western land. Oh, magic land of promise Tho lovelleRt and best; Hall to the wealth you offer! Hall to thee, newest West! With gifts both rich and varied. Awaiting us, you stand Radiant Queen of Prairies. Texas, fair western land. Contributed. Try This For Catarrh. Free tests are now being supplied by mail to all Catarrh sutterern. mere is no expense no olitinalton whatever. Dr. Shoop is combining Oil of Eucalyptus, Thymol. Menthol, Oil of Winterurern, etc., and is incorporating these ingredients into a pure, snow-white cream-like Imported Petrolatum. Thin Creation--Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Remedy sivei immediate and laving relief to catarrh of the nose and throat That all may firnt tet it free, these trial boxei are being mailed without charRf, simply to encourage thee tcatj and thus fully denionatrate, beyond doubt, the value of this combination. If .Catarrh hai extended down to the stomach or bowels, then Dr. Shoop's Restorative must also be used internally if a complete eure is to lie expected. Otherwise the Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Remedy will alone be entirely sufficient. Write Dr. Shoop. Racine, Wis. for sample and book. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Wttil ms ikall t tis yT No, 1 On PyiTep'la I So. 4 For Women ho. J On ih II-art I No.SKorMm Mo. t Ou the Kitlnajl I No. ( Oa UhsumaUsA, GOLUING DRUG CG. Xo Pollliciil War Cry. It is Intended lo drop in sub-or-gnnlxatlona wherever enough repre sentatativo lti.ens can be found to assemble for this ono common ob ject, Tho magnitude of the work can be best understood by visiting tho headquarters of the committee : gether forsaken. in this city and seeing the mass of literature which Is being sown broadcast over Texas by means of printed matter which Is being dis tributed through the mails. The mo tive Is nothing more or less than a spur to greater endeavor an awak ening of the Rip Van Winkles who have already slept too long, a tip that Texas has passed tho quarter post and with a little encouragement can 'bo made to finish Inside the mon ey. It implies existence or no po litical unrest, nor Insurgency, Kiio new war cry inspired by new polilt lcal pretenders to tho throne (at Austin). Its Inspiration is drawn purely from the soil and tho count ing house;' It is after greatness after greatness for Texas and stops right there. Were any testimony needed to sub Ht.anl.iato this statement the secre tary la charge of the works tvould subpoena as witness in tho ewe a feature of the resolutions ndoptd by tho assembly at Austin. It Is lu tho chair, gentlemen. Examine It; and cross examine it. Tho item cited la: "We have met here In convention not for any political purpose, but solely to Inaugurate a movement In our state which will awaken hef clt Izenshlp of every class and calling to the enconomic needs of the hour and for the betterment and upbuilding of every section of our state." Spur to fJreater Endeavor. Whllo the movement of the secre taries cau call out no logical crtti clsm, yet its friends point to this phase as evidence of its sincerity to stay out of polities, and posslby to checkmate the unfair commont of those who may have political ambi tion, or who may have friends who have. If tho item incorporated In the Fort Worth resolutions is Intel llglbln English which it is. and it It means anything at all, which It does, it implies that the organization does not Intend to 6leep between the same pair of blankets with politics which American legend says makes strange bedfellows. It means that the man with an ax to grind will never be able to Induce the organi zation to turn the cranje. It is out of politics for the simple reason that It has never been in It. The move ment is ft pilgrimage of workers to the .temple of ludustrla, that god dess who stretches out her Benedic tine hands over the faithful who do not sleep too long at ono time. It Is a I... - r 'vorkers, a spur to greater iiuu,.u;. .: 'luiglo call ring ing out tho "assembly" to men who do things, nnd its music Is being heard from the Rio Grande to the Sabine. . Xot for Individuals. Norfolk Republicans. Norfolk, Va., March ;;t. .Repub lican of ihe Norfolk diotrlct will convetio here tomorrow, when dele Kales to the state convention to be held ln Lynchburg next month will be elected. While It Is s.i id that delegates named at the local convention will bo instructed for Taft for president, It will not be easy falling for those favoring tho secretary of ar. There Is some sentiment among local fol lowers of tno fl. O. P. for Senator Knox, of Pennsylvania, and Governor Hughes, of New York, Is not alto- ln fact it may be stated that it Is not at all an as sured fact that TaTt v. Ill get the del egation from Norfolk. a And If A Dr. Dell's Pino 'Tar 'tloncy la a Scicnt.flo PrweiipUon Carefully frer-ared 1'roiu mo rutcmaDu Ik'it lnrredicats. Or. Boll's Pine-Tv-HoneyCompliai With lh Nitisnal PURE F0UD Law. jnii will nd by looking at the carton , '.?,' ? -V or lial.lt-nroduoinf clniRs. Dr. Hell s Pl.MS. J Afc. mini i, and inks uo auD.nuuie. look lot the Bell os ttie Bme ana Our Cuaraatee No. SCIi. rccPAKti) o.vi,r v SUTHERLAND MED. CO.. l.r. Paaucah.Ki fvV:H n iff si h'f.'s' 3 a. r TK.WSI.MTTKD WATER POWKR. Nearly a hundred cities In the United States alone are today using electricity supplied 'by transmitted water power. Ten years ago Niag ara Falls was of scientific Interest only, today it is distributing over 1000,000 horse power to Buffalo, Syracuse, Rochester, Toronto and other smaller places. Spiers falls, north of Saratoga, which supplies the industrial cities of Schenectady, Amsterdam, Troy und Albany with electrical current was practically un heard of; no man had so much as dreamed of harnessing tho Kern riv er, the Feather river or any .other stTcnm W tho Sierra Nevada range which now supply every city ou the Pacific coast with, cheap electricity The great water power development In the south along the Yuba and Yad kin fivers was not even spoken of. The transmission of water power has Increased manufacturing to a very marked degree. The population of cities provided with cheap currents has Increased us manufacturing plants flocked to Ihe places where economical power was available. Mil lions of pounds of coal have been saved and tho electrical Industry has been stimulated to new and greater possibilities. , ja COMMERCIAL IIIPORTAXCK. Our outlying territories are re gions of considerable commercial im portance to us according to the lat est official figures. In the year 1907 170,000,000 worth of merchandise went from tho United States to these territories and dependencies 111,- 000,000 to the Philippines, $16,000,- 000 to the Hawaiian Islands, $17, 500,000 to Alaska aud $25,000,000 to Porto Rico. A total of $78,000,- 000 worth of goods was received from terrltorlesi The Indianapolis iitar says this traffic, of courso, would bo far less If tho closo gov ernmental relations did not exist. It will also be greater, especially with the Philippines, when tho tariff rates on tho products of that country arc readjusted. That these Island de pendencies cost, us more than they E f Amanita Bank and Trust Go. Amarillo, Texas l f aid Up Capital, $50,000 Banking Department Ample capital. Reliable and prompt scnice, No account too small. None too large. Interest paid ou time deposits. Trust Department Afaie vour will andj name this company as vour executor. His better to loafe vour business in the hands of an in stitution that will not die, ncr abscond, nor resign. Leave your will in our vault r'l for safe keoping. Consult us confidentially about this important matter. Valuable papers kept for yeu free. J. C. Paul, Tres. lay. Wheatley. Cashier. Avery Tamer, V.rres. Chat. A. Flsk. Jr. Sec'y. BBK3C3 LUMBER COAL PAINT Place Your Orders for SASH. DOORS. MOCKADAY PAINTS riOULDINUS and OILS and COAL TAR BHILDINO MATERIALS FENCE POSTS, Etc r-n-.-WITH THE " - Amarillo Lumber and Coal Company Telephone Orders Promptly r tiled TELEPHONE 656 Yards, 2nd. and Filmor That much for the conferences, aud the impulbo which Is behind them. That much for the Commer cial Secretaries of Texas, those main springs of the various boards of trade ln the state who have taken on this new work lor the love of it, and to whom it does not bring a penny addi tional. Surely ho must needs bo a cyulc and have gone sour who would claim that he could detect In the at mosphere of it tho aroma of the Indi vidual flesh-pots. True, there Is meat in the kettle, but It Is for all hands, all for Texas, for all who work, for all who will work the hard er to bring about greater commercial and agricultural conditions. Get GEORGE JOSEPHIE Commission Merchant and Dealer in BROOM CORN . 513 Washington St. New York Consignments solicited and best advances, and highest market returns. Warehouse also at Woodward, Okla. Dwarf and Standard BROOM CORN SEKD AT LOWEST PRICES Reference, National Eicbange BanK, New York. 2a M.'ss Elizabeth Sohn, publisher of tho Storm Lake VIdette, who au nounced she would consider a propo sal from the right sore of man, hns received over two hundred letters, 'hut she Is still single. In a matter of so much Importance, Involving her happiness for life, a woman Is exciiS' able for being a bit careful and par ticular. ItKPOUT GUSHER AT MOP.EETIE. A California Culnamau has de veloped an odorless onion, according to a dispatch from Krcsno. It has long been claimed that a Chinaman Invented gunpowder, but if the re port from Fresno Is not exaggerated the new onion may be regarded us the supreme achievement of Chinese developers and Inventors, Prospect Hole) Said to Hare Encoun tered Gas Pocket. .(From Monday's Dally.) News apparently well supported. has reached here of the discovery at Mobeetlo ln Roberts comity, of na tural gas. Indications of on nna gas have been noticed many times in the Canadian hreaks country and lately these have impressed them- . ... .1 tL. ..II selves so strongly on some or uie cit izens of Roberta county that a com pany has been formed to prospect for oil and gas. The drilling outfit of this company has been at work for some time and according to the reports which have reached here, the drillers struck, a flow of gas Sat urday of such Btrength that it can be heard for a considerable distance from the well. "vVheaher the gas KILL the COUCH AND CURE the LUNC8 w Dr. King's ki Discovery tna Roughs lZw. y" VOLDS Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONET REFUNDED. WANTED Good vendbrs' lien notes on reasonable time. Will loan money on good property, free comes from a pool of sufficient pro' of Incumbrances. Give full name and I portions to make the find valuable address. Address M. C. It-, postof- of Itself or from a pocket which, will floe box 331. Isoon ho exhausted Is not known. The Russia duel Is evidently not as humane as tlio French variety.-" General Smirnoff waa fatally wouud ed ln an affair yesterday and now his conqueror has arranged for an other duel with General Qorbatoff sky, which is to be "to the death.'1 Such, affairs are altogether too stren uous for the volatile Frenchman. IT' .J f lp.