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THE WEEKLY HERALD OCTOBER 29, Km TO FARVELL ' NEXT YEAR Churches ol Panhandle Comes to Close i - , The AsHoclatlon of Congregational churches fur the un bundle ha clou rd lit meetings in thin city, and will convene next April at Karwell Tbe meeting in AmarIKo, according lo the statement of Ilcv. Dyer, pas tor of the church In Ihli plat-, was one of great worth to the ministers und laymen In attendance, This Is a uiUxlon point, aa It is for all other churches In the Pan handle. During the tenuis of Rev. lyer In thin city Dm membership of the Congregational church nun been more than doubled. There ia much In the outlook for the future of 1he church which I encouraging. Visitor In Amarlllo during the convention Included Rev. Dr. Her ring or New York, Rev. )r. Jenkins of Atlanta, Rev. Dr. Kwlng of Reg ion and Rev. Dr. Parker of Okla homa. Each of the minister ex pressed himself as well pleased with the city of Amarlllo and the sur rounding country, and predict great 4ningH for this portion of Texas HANG NEGRO IN ILLINOIS Association ot Congregational Murderer Enters Room of Girl and Kills Rescuing Fattier Wheat and Oat, We are In the market for fifty car. 0t our prices before selling. Early Grain ft Hay Co., Amarlllo, i eias. 21 tfo Hog for Sale. Registered Poland China sows, bred to registered Poland China boar. 4 p ALLEN S. BA38ETT. Associated Press. Springfield, 111., Oct. 24. Having con foiled hla guilt, and with a pray er on h In Hps, Joe Jauiea, u lS-year-old uegro murderer, wan banged In the county Jail here, James mur dered C. A. Ballard, a railway engi neer July 3. lanl, The crime wu largely responsible for 4he precipitation of the riot and race, war In this city. Jainew entered the home or Uallard and, going 'to the bedroom of the daughter, selied her by Ihe hand. Her father came? to her assistance and the negro stabbed him to death. Notice of Trustees Sale, A Healthy Family.' "Our family has enjoyed good health since we began lining Dr. King'! New Life Pills, three years ago." says L. A. linrllett, of Itural Route 1. Guilford. Maine They cleanse and tone Ihe system in a gentle way that does you good. 23c l L. O. ThonipHon & Co. drug store. Citation by Publication, THE STATE OF TEXAS. To thn Sheriff or any Constable of Potter County. Greeting: (jam navmg rjcen niaue, as re quired by law, yon are hereby com manded to summon Roaenthal Bros. A Well by making publication of this Citation once In each week for four successive weeks previous to the re turn day hereof, In some newspaper published In your county, If there be newspaper published therein, but !( not, then in any newspaper p uti lised In the Forty-seventh Judicial district; but If there be no newspa per published in said judicial district, then In a newspaper published In the nearest district to said forty seventh judicial district, to appear at the next regular term of the Jus tice's court of Precinct No. I, Potter County, to bo holden at Amarlllo In said Potter County, on the 26th day of October, A. D. 1908, then and there U answer a suit filed In said court on the 17th day of October, A. D. 1908, In a'ault numbered on the docket of said Court No. 1094, wherein P. R. Boosen ts Plaintiff, and Rosenthal Bros. Well are De fendants, and said ult being for the sum of $13.1&. m follows; , tiOo baud bills 11.2: 23 line advertisement 2.30 23 line advertisement 2.30 Inches adv., 36 7.20 Total $13.15 Herein fall not, but! have you be foio said next regular term, this writ, with your return thereon, showing how you have executed the Name. Witness, J. W. 8. Holoiun, Justice of the Peace for Precinct No. 1, Pot ter County, Given under uJ official signature, at office In Amarlllo, this the 17th day of October. A. D. 1908. J. W. 8. HOLMAX, Justice of the Peace. Precinct No. I, Potter County, Toxuh. 4j IIOHSEEKERS MUCH PLEASED Several Panhandle Land Companies Bring Large Number ot Thrifty and Substantial Men From the North, Who Find Conditions Here to Their Liking Where bullet I lew. David Parker, of Fayette, N. Y.. a Veteran of the civil war, who lo.it a foot at (,ettyil)iirs, sas: "The good Lloclrlr Bitters have done is worth more than five hundred dollars to me. I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble, to little purpone. I then tried Elec tric Rltters, and they ured me. I now lake tbm as a ionic. and they keep me strong and well." f.Oc at I.. O. Thompson Co. drug store. .Notice to Farmers and Kaucliers. We have establisbed a new shoe in Amarlllo opposite Alfalfa Lumber Co., corner Third and Fillmore street where you can get firsl-clasH farm and ranch work done by experienced mechanics In that line. All work guaranteed. We want your work. Try ui and become a regular ens toiner. Phone 245. AM ARILLO BLACKSMITH 4 SHOE I NO SHOP. ft This week's excursions brought a large number of home seekers to Amarlllo and other polnti in tb Panhandle. The people Uiklug advantage of the excursions represent a lib- eral number' of Mtates, tiud It Is simple truth to say that no par- ty has ever been satisfied or more complimentary In expres- slons relative to the country than the one sow taking atten- tion of the various land com- panles of tire city. X The p. 1,. Person company and the American-Canadian company had the largest slrowtogs of prospector! this time, but several other In Interest fa their homeseeken here as well. The mud, IncMe-nt to the snow of the Bight before, did not keep the autos out or ebmmfoslon lewg, and even yesterday large numbers of people were shewn the rich holdings of tbe companies. Today other parties are out and different districts are being shown. E. Van Metre of the American Canadian company -tells of a young man In his party by the nanio of Ed Reeves, who expected to return to the North -with tbe party. He states that Mr. Reeves Is so much Im pressed with this part of the South went, and with what be belives Its possibilities to be, that he le strong ly Inclined not to return north, but to locate here. Prospectors, have In many Instan ces, not roturned to tbelr homes In the North, but have had their pos session follow them to their newly acquired homes In this country. It (ft learnd that the American Canadian company alone will locate at least .fifteen families on It prop erty near this city between now and the first of January. The Person company and others Interested In real estate In the ruaral districts are equally active and successful In land ing worthy cltlxens on the fertile lands of the Panhandle. Would Mortgage the Farm Farmer on Rural Route 2, Empire, Oa., W. A. Floyd by name, says: "Muck leu's Arnica Salve cured the two werst sores I ever saw; one on my band and one on my leg. It Is worth more than. Its weight In gold I would not be without It If I bad to mortgage tbe farm to get it." Only 25c at L. O. Thompson Co. drug store. - i w eY4l I Will buy from $l50,000.oo to $500,000,oo worth of vendors lien otcs on patented land, at 3-5 of their face' value if they do not represent over 60 per ccnt of the value of the property ' J. L. Tullis Quanahf Tex CREAM You will find it a great satisfaction to do More Home Baking You will make biscuit, cake and pastry clean, fresh and tastybetter every way than the ready made foods. Dr. Price's Baking Powder is specially devised for home use, and makes home baking easy and a delight. It will pro tect you from the dread alum baking powders, which are too frequently found in the ready made articles, and insure you food of the highest healthfulness. WHAT THE KIDXF.YH IK. Their I nceasln Work Keen Is Strong and Mealtliy. All the Wood In the body piteees through the kidneys once every three minutes. The kidney Miter the blood. 'The work night and day. When healthy they remove about .100 grains of Impure matter dally, whan unhealthy some part of this Im pure matter is left In the blood. This brings on many diseases and symptoms pain In the back, head ache, nervousness, hot. dry skin, rheumatism, gout, gravel, disorders of tbe eyesight and hearing, dlsr.l- nesa, Irregular heart, debility, drow siness, dropsy, deposits in the urine, etc. But if you keep the liters right you will Viave no trouble with your kidneys. "John Wiley, living at 10 South llarrtaon St., Amarlllo, Texas, says: "I was troubled for a good many years with a lame back caused by the strain which my work brings on the kidneys. The secretions from my kidneys were highly colored, and during passage were attended with pain. At times my back would be come so lame and sore that I could scarcely work, and during tbe night tbe patna kept me awake. Having heard of Doan's Kidney puis, I pro cured a box at L. O. Thompson 41 Bro.'e drug store. A short use showed them to be just, whit my ease required. Doan's Kidney plug gav ue great relief la a wonderfully short time, and I can recommend them a a grand remedy." For tale ty all' dealers, price 50 cents. Foster-Mil bum Co., Buffalo, New York, eole agenta for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. THEATRE MAN WANTS MONEY Joe H. Huston Sues H. 1. Nobles of Electric Street Railway for $3,809,75 (From Saturday's Daily.) Joe H. Huston vs. 11. A. Nobles et al, Is a suit filed today in the dis trict court in which the plaintiff seeks to collect $3,809.75 from de fendants, alleging that the latter have broken or failed to comply with a contract. The plaintiff aver in his petition to the court that tbe defendants, as owners of the electric ftreet railway of this rlty, and (llenwood park, an appurtenance of the same, contracted with htm, together with his asso ciate, as managers of tbe said Glen wood park. That a hort time after Ihe contract had been put into effect tbe defendant disregarded, or had knowledge of the disregarding, of the contract and deposed him as manager and put another la his stead, without his knowledge and eon sent. The suit Is filed to collect $1, S09.75 actually due the plaintiff, It is alleged, while the remainder ot tbe sum sought Is as the possible earnings of tbe plaintiff by tbe time of the expratlt! oi the contract, January 1, 190l; : ROUMj ABOUT CITY. y - Return lag Home Harry Nason, accompanied by his mother, was In the city today a short time en route to his home In Texarkana. He and Mrs. Nason have been apending a portion of the summer In California, and are jast now returning. Mr. Nason Ut one of the most prominent undertakers la East Texas, and la known to tbe profession in this part of the state. tag states. This la the second vis It by Dr. Southall this summer, his vscation having been spent in the state of Georgia. During his absence from tbe city hi pulpit wu filled by tbe resident missionary. Dr. Southall will preach Sunday forenoon and evening. May iActe Here G. Emonger, accompanied by hie little daughter, Miss Elsie Mae, was here today from Chicago en route to points in Mex ico. He ia much impressed with this section of the Southwest and may return here and locate. nearest District to eald 47th Judliiul District, to appear at tbu next regu lar term of the District Court of Pot ter County, to b holden ut the Court House thereof, In Amarlllo on the 2nd Monday In November, A.D. 190K, the same being the Dtli day of No vember, A. D. 1 90S. to answer a petition filed In ha I (I Court on the 2nd day of Octoher, A. D. 1908, in a suit, numbered on thn ducket of hbWI Court No. 960, wherein Laura Rain ey is Plaintiff, and George W. Raluey Is Defendcnt, and said petition ul leglng that plaintiff resides in Potter county, Texas; that defendant's resi dence Ik unknown to plaintiff; that plaintiff was married to defendant on or about the lUth day of Novem ber, 1896; that sho lived with him as hM wlfo until nbout June l. 1 90 4. and during said time there was born lo them one child, n girl, now eight years of age, named Sun R. Rnlney; that In the month of June, 190I, de fendant, without cause, abandoned plulntlff, bus not sinco lived with liliilntlff nur contributed to her mp port. I'laliitirf allcKCrf she Is (iijis Mo and able to mine, support nn, criunito hh nl child and that di frsnbm Is not. Plulntlff prays for cltiitlun Hnd fnr Judgment dissolving tlu nianiaK contract, fur custody of the child, lor costs, and fur equltulilo relief. Herein fail, not, but have licforn suld Court, at its aforesaid iiuvi reg ular term, this rlt with your re turn thereon, showing bow you h.ne executed tho same, Witness, Frank Wolfln. Clerk of the District Court of Potter Ciun:. Given under my hand nml the wil of said court, at offlc ln Amarlllo, Texas, this ll 2nd day of October, A. D. l0. FRANK WOLFIN, Cleric, District Court, Potter County. 41-4-c LUMBER COAL PAINT Place Your Orders for SASH, DOORS. riOULDINQS and BUILDINQ MATERIALS MOCKADAY PAINTS OILS nnd COAL TAR FENCU POSTS, Etc WITH THE- Amarillo Lumber and Coal Company Telephone Order Promptly Filled T E P ll O N K5ttfj Sheriff Returns Sheriff J. E. Hughes of this county, will return this evening from Roswell, where he has been In attendance upon the fed eral court. Ylsitlag In ' Corsicana Clyde llarle, accompanied Iy his ulster, Mrs. Nix, left todsy ror CorsRana. They wilt be absent from Amarlllo for ten days or two weeks. Mr. Harle is a member of the firm ot Green Brothers & Company. In Police Court There were only two cases In police court this fore noon. One nian was held for an af fray while the other was charged with creating a disturbance. Judge turret t to Henrietta Judge L. C. Barrett goes to Henrietta on legal business for three or four days but Mr. Jones, his young partner, will be In the office to see clients. Porlales Visitor Adam G. Trout was In the city this week from Por tales, N. M. The visitor has been here many times before and Is well known In' Amarlllo and surrounding communities Chril Suit Filed A. G. Royce et al vs. W. A. Edwards et al, Is a suit filed with, the clerk of tbe district court yesterday upon note! and the foreclosure of leln. FOR SALK Horse, buggy and har ness; also three houses. Mrs. E. E. Touchstone, general delivery. lp OKLAHOMA Mil MUM OKLAHOMA CITY Edited by John FielJs, w ho was Director of the Oklahoma Agricul tural Experiment Station from 1899 to 190(3. Published Semi-Monthly. Subscription price: One year, 50c; Three years, $1.0O, Ten Veers, $2.50. Stops when time is out. t Absolutely Non-Political. Givea just tne, news and information about farming" that the farmers of the Southwest want. Now read bvmore than 30,000 of them. Send for Free Sample Copy or call at the office of this paper and 1st us show you the paper and send in your subscription. FOU SALE. I have Just returned from market where I spent several days. We se cured several thousand dollars worth of merchandise: all denartmnnta- new stock; some for less than cost to manufacturers. These goods are In transit and will arrive in a few days aad will be put on sale at once at prices never heard of before. WAIT. D. J. GREER SONS. w-l-c LOST Bay mare and colt. Mare Is 16 hands high, colts mane Is sheared. $10 reward for return to A. War uiuth, 306 N. Taylor street 67-3-p w-3-p Amarillo Bank and Trust Co. Amarillo, Texas Paid Up Capital, $50,000 Banking Department Ample capital. Reliable and prompt crvlc No account too small. None too large. Interest paid eo time deposits. Trust Department Make your will and name this company as jour executor. It i better to lev your business in the hands of an In stitution that will not die, nor abscond, nor resign. Leave your will in our vault for sale keeping. Consult usconfideutiall.t about this important matter. Valuable papers kept for you free J. C. Paul. Pres. Iiy. Whcalley, Cssbier. Avery Turntr, V.Pres. Chat. A. Flsk. Jr. Sec'y WANTED Land for which we will trade all or half 'interest ln a well established .business worth $10, 000.00. Give best price in first let ter. Address box 67, McKlnney, Tex. w-4-c WANTED 500 head of cattle to winter, steers preferred, good grass, plenty of rough feed and wa ter. Addresg O. E. Wlnslow, Pan handle, Texas. ' 4c Breaking Land A liberal demand for laborers exists on faims In Ihe vicinity of Amarlllo.' Breaking land is being pursued on a larger scale this yesr than ever before. Wheat is being sown on some of this, but the greater part of the sod will show the acclimated feed crops next sea son. Grading Roamed The street commissioner Is active In grading again today, following a short cessa tion on account of the wet condition of the ground. Minister Returns Rer. T. R. Bouthall, pastor of the First Pres byterian church, has returned t,o Amarlllo after a stay of two weeks in the state east of the Mississippi river. He spent a goodly portion of the time in Alabama and adjoin- FOR SALE One thoroughbred Dur ham bull, six milk cows, and one Poland China Hoar. Inquire box 6 3 T , Amarlllo, Texas. 3p WANTED Vendor's lien notes. Will buy a few at proper discount. John S. Harper, 127 E. 5th street. 0-tf-c Citation by Publication. STATE OF TEXAS. To the Sheriff or any Constable ot Potter County Greeting: You are hereby commanded to sum mon George W. Ralney by making publication of this Citation once In each week for four successive weeks previous to the return day hereof. In some newspaper published In your County, If there bo newspaper pub lished therein, but. if not, then in any newspaper published in the 47th Judicial District; but If there be no newspaper published in said Judicial District, then in a newspaper in the . ii m "oiu TiT''tT - eww; Genuine, Natural WMskcy is a tonic, the-medicinal qualities of which are fully recopab by the highest medical authorities. If your system mm building up or if your nerves are "on edge" try SuiinyBrooli THE PURE, FOOD , Whiskey It will restore your old time vigor in almost no time by using Sunny Brook moderately you are bound to benefit yourhealth in general. See that you get the genulne-accept no substi tutes. Every bottle bears the Government "Green Stamp" certifying to the exact Age, Proof and Measure. No home should be without It. DELIVERED DIRECT TO YOU EXPRESS PREPAID BY ANY OF THE FOLLOWING DISTRIBUTERS: L. Craddock & Co., Dallas, Tex H. Brann & Co., Fort Worth, Tex 4 Bottles $ n I 5th Gallon &l Rye or Bourboa Bottles $p ; .vl run uuans Rye or Bourboa Eblppcd lo plain bona. Send remittance wltb yir srdcr. rv ivoua f nipped v. I). ! 7P" h n m ... f js i ji . en ' - . j jrwH , . m A ft 'WMAiM.MJl.(Jl I