The Twice-a-Week Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 85, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 23, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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THE TWICB-A-WEEK HERALD OCTOBER 23 I906
jottings about towx.
Denver Ilooinlng Houe. Torame
Brother of Childress are beglnnlug
tho erection of a two story frame
house on Buchanan street between
tho Denver d Rock Inland tracks
J. E. Hutt proprietor of tho Denver
eating Loiiho I having tho building
erected ud will rom-rvo tho bonne
for use of tho eating houso employes.
Tho bulldin will contain twelve
rooms und will bo well furnished.
Wmt Near M'oodward. The
nouthbound pawenger truln on the
Santa Fo yesterday crashed Into the
rear end of an extra train north of
Weownrd ycHterday morning. Tho
extra composed of three or four cars
was not flying any lull HkIiU und tho
regular ran into It before tho clea-
rer eotihl toi) bis train. Tho rear
car on tho extra was seriously dam
aged but beyond severe hnilsci no
passenger received uny Injury
Farmer' McrlluR nt Waco. In n
personal letter Professor W 1).
Iientley of tho experiment work in
Texas gives a statement of tho Im
portance of tho farmers' meeting nt
W'oco in November. Mr. Beutley has
been at tho head of tho demonstra
tion work over tbo fctato and espe-
cially at Wichita Falls for several
years. Ho Is thoroughly alivo to the
codd of every movement that brings
Itoort to Texas farms und farmers
and the strong endorsement' from
him should encourage a liberal Pan-
liandlo representation nt Waco. Mr.
Dentley Bays: "Dr. Knapp Is going
to bold a big farmers' meeting nt
Weo Texas No. 8 1906. Dr. Gal-
loway tho chief of tho bnrcnu of
plant industry and other Washing-
ton officials will bo thero. Thero
will bo excursion rates and we want
to got a big crowd if possible to
Fhow an interest and appreciation of
Iho department's work In tlio South.
Dr. Galloway is tho man who Is
chiefly responsible for tho amount of
money spent In this work. Can you
ot attend this meeting and help u
fiy giving your presence and good
will? 1 nm veiy anxious Unit Hie
Funiiaiulle li ive a
thero fiorn eil v ;
iiicy be at!') U Cm ;.
UN well ad -.!!" i ;
Vest Of tt.'l.' :.':.iS 1
jtoorl Mrciig rep-
will I). i people
slate iiild .vim
; :;.( nood
u i' 'd nil lie:
F ir M... '
Shj' nit''"! o j i . ..
V. T. I. t:' . e v. i
or Mrs. N; at l'.;
W. D. Tv.i.hiri. A
of lndiii:! (iilleil and
.(.j i. - Vert1.'
.j. of thJ
larg't lHU'.ilK i
liuulo Iho nc-
Qualntuueo of tho
Light refit slum uts were served.
. To the Fair. Many Amurlllo r o-
ple took advantago of tho low rata to
Dallas this morning and will take in
the big fair tomorrow and Monday.
Among those who went from here
are: Will ABkew Alvln Oslin T4 P.
Gamble Will Pratt Juck Dlesnn
Oscar Cllett Arthur Bryant Kk
Moore A. A. Kane Misses Johnnie
Cartwrlght Luclle Vealo Carrie Cun-
ningham Dessle Cliett Rena Moore
Taber Mrs. Vealc Mrs. C. D. Cln-
' clalr Mrs. Vernon Mr. and Mrs C
A largo number came in on the
Pecos Valley and Uock Islund trains
yesterday to board tho Denver bore
r .Tbo Only Texas Delegate. F. W.
Zimmerman has returned from Hock
Icland Illinois where ho attended
iho session of tho American Farmers'
Congress as the delegate of tho Pun-
bandlo Farmers' Congress. Mr. Zim-
luermun was conspicuous at the gath-
ering by reason of being Texas" only
delegate. Ho had a box full of spec-
imens of Pnnhandlo products with
Jhlm which attracted much attention
and. kept him busy answering ques-
tions about this big: country.
"It was a great gathering" Mr.
Zimmerman says. "Only thoso who
attend can fully reallzo what such
a gathering means. Such conven-
tions are doing worlds of good for
the fanners of the land and tho far-
mers aro more and more making
them successful. The peoplo of the
triple cities Davenport Rock Island
and Moline are royal entertainers
and gave a tho best kind of a time.
Cattle Shipment Today. Local
shippers will send about 20 care to-
day to Kansas City markets. II. E.
Siders Mr. Mellard Beverly and
Harding and Randall and McQuoen
will all haro a few loads of cattle in
tho shipment. The car shortage con-
tinues to hold up shipments. Owing
to fa'lure to receive ears tho West-
em Stockyards Co. will bo obltged
to make a much smaller offering nt
teiMr Ohio-sale next week than ttey.
f ; '' - r r ft f n
had advertised. The cattle have In en
ready tor shipment but no isrs rould
An Overland. Trip. Mrs.
Humphrey and her son K. C
phrey oro slopping nt tho Elnihurst
today till (lie present spell of Pan-
liundlo uiipleosantnesa gives way
Mrs. Humphrey nnd her son are
making u trip from their homo in
Okluhoiuu to tho 1'eeoH Valley for
tho sulio of Mrs. Humphrey's health.
They expect to strlko Hio mountains
west of Jtoswell nnd will follow them
down to tho Itlo tirundo. Mrs.
llunipbrey's health has been greatly
benefitted by tho trip thus far nnd
both of Iho overland voyagers arc
enthusiastic In their prnlso of this
kind of traveling.
riibllo .Medical Meeting. Satur
day afternoon tho Potter county
Medical association will hold It h reg
ular monthly session in nil open
meeting. Tlio papers fur this occa-
sion are on subjects of public Interest
and will bo prepared with special at
tention to tho requirement of lay
hearers. Dr. I. 1!. M.igtienat will
read n paper on TubrrrulosN; Dr.
A. J Caldwell will discuss Hygelne
of eye eur iioho and throat In
school; Dr. W. W Shirley will read
a paper on The nao and iihuso of Nar
cotics. Tho members of Iho associa
tion havo given a special Invitation
to tho Mothers' C'lub.Clvle LeaRue
and kindred organizations and to
teachers and students. Tho meeting
will bo held In tho district courtroom
at tho court bouse.
Kclf-Miide Arrest .Tbo other
doy a somewhat second handed look-
ing Individual came weaving his way
across tho tourthouwo squaro nnd
got as fur as tho Jail. Constable
Kueton who hud been watching the
evolutions of tho man met him nt
tho door. "Morula."' said the bib-
ulous visitor "Is r.ls your house?"
Jailor Keeton Intimated that be had
habit of living there. "Well y'
see" tlio visitor returned leaning
fondly ugiilnsl tho door 'Casing "Ah
got a frcn In here. Ah want to see
Im. Pee." Tbo Jailor led iho wuy
:'c the burred door und held It. open.
Whin siiiv obliged to yon." said the
aller an be b'Tui direct Inic bis tiu-
eltalll Steis up tho Iron stairway to
tho cell room "about lellln me into
vonr hi.ui.;. Ah'll do u::ii liiuvli fer
; 'i u di t ! nil-. A'l r u f ' will mull
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h! l lii 'l'.d t we
r. -eln: i
I :ini; i fur 1
liii.it 1 1
. n't ;.' "iln;: up u
cf a snip'.' hunt for
while h" was to hold the Jail o;k n
for fit candidates.
Predictions u Week Aliead.-rOb
server Wood of tho local weather bu
reuu says that whllo no defiulto an
nouncement has yet been made he
expects soon to get forocnst.s for as
much as a week ahead.' The depart
mcnt bus been at work for years cn-
itniivorlns to find aouio . means' of
foreensling moro than twenty-four
hours ahead. At tho present time
tho observations In this country
are co-opcrntlve with observations
nil over 1ho world and have
developed a systom by which
forecasts can be mado for periods
of nt least ono week nheiid. To do
this observations pnich moro' exten-
sive must bo mado than thoso made
for tho local twenty-four hour fore
ensts. By means of balooiis and au
tomatically registering instruments
observations aro mudo in tho various
strata of air ubovo tho earth to t
greater height than it would bo pos
slblo for men to ascend. Tho work
Is not limited to this country bow
evpr. but slmllur observations are
taken all round tho world. Tho re
sult is that tho central stations ran
keep a close watch on tho whole at
mosphere. Changes so slight as to
bo imperceptible in tho local obsor-
vatlnna can be detected nnd their
effect on local conditions can bo fore
cast for many days before tho change
reaches the temperate tone. The
new forecasting is yet in Its infancy
but promises to become the greatest
advance In weather forocustlng .that
bas yet been made. . 1 '
Notice ' '
No person bos authority to eon-
tract any bills against tho LX ranch
or the American Pastoral' company
limited except W. H. Smith the
In charge. etuolnetaoin
ranch foreman. S. J. GILMORE
84-86 i Agent in Charge
Dr. Albert J. Caldwell Specialist
on dlHcases of tho Eye Ear Nose 'end
Throat. Office Eakle Building
Rooms 1 and 2 Amarlllo Texas
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CONVENES IN KANSAS
(Continued From I'ago One.)
states will address tlio conirress and
will explain tho methods adopted in
Iho conduct of thnt union tho most
successful organization of fanners
fo-opprntlon among tlio farmers
of 1 lio northern und western stales
Is now conducted slong haphazard
and often Impractical Hues nnd the
promoters of tbo congress believe
that tlio explanations of the business
llko nietlioils adopted by tlio south
ern unions will bo of Inenb tilnblc
benefit to tbo wheat and corn grow
A GOOD SHOWMf
First Month's Keport Showi Work
of Aimii'illo ScIiihiW
(From Friday's Dally I'anbandle.)
I. A. Wells cliy superintendent
lias completed t h.i lepitrt of the flr'hl
mouth's tvork In t bo city scb'ools and
I bo fluures enipahslzo the liujiorl mui.-o
Number of children within school ago (7 to 17)
enrolled 403 434 S3"
Number of children under school age enrolled 16 12 28
Number of children over school age enrolled 7 6 13
Entire enrollment of children of all ages 42Ti 4."2 s77
Number of days attended by children of school use 742" SO IS 13475
Number of days attended by children under school nvo 2S5 223 51(1
Number of days attended by children over school nfe 1311 1 13 254
Kntlii! number of days attended by all children ....7S51 S3.SS fi23!t
Number of cases of tardiness by children of school
age ' 4 4 S
Number of cases of tardltioKS by children under school .
age 1 . . . G 5 11
Entire number of casi of tardiness of all children . . 102 ISO 372
Number of pupils perfect in attendunco . i 41) 1
of Amurlllo schools. Whllo the
mere statement of figures has little
to do with the real Improvements
and -progress that huvo been niado
this year tho figures do show the
flue of tho schools. Eighteen teach-
ers In addition to tho superintend-
ent lire now employed In tlio schools.
Every room hi well filled with chil-
dren but there In no serious over-
crowding any grade.
The bi;:ll mbool lm been esp"-
cially favored this year ned Is niak-
In full ue of t n"v opportunities.
The rnciiliy i-i larger and le'Itei
pb'iinl than ever before ;iu tho ne-(iti'imo-hii'loii.i
' in ; U - belter work
W. F. Col)I and J. F. Parks Will
(From Friday's Dully Panhandle)
Officers W. F. Cobb and J. T
Parks who wero shot by u Mexican
-1 im 1 ii it 1 niKlit lieioro last nro re-
ported to bo in n satisfactory condi
tion. W. F. Cobb who received only
a flesh wouud will be out In a few
It had been feared at first that J.
F. Parks might loso the leg which re
ceived tho bullet. Today however
his physicians say nothing except the
unexpected would cause any Berlous
danger1 to tho leg. Tho wound Is
a severe ono but will heal. The big
bullet entered tho front part of the
leg Just above the knee shattered
tho bone passed entirely through
tho leg nnd eamo out slightly above
tho point of entrance.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A IAMIJ BACK?
ilJncy Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
Ipcrs is sure to know of the wonderful
cures muue oy ur.
Koot the great kid-
ney liver and blad-
der reined v.
rG It is the jjreat med-
i leal trmtiipnoi me
ll nineteenth century ;
ll f1iu.tvrrfl flflfr vphi-s
Osg of seieutilic research
Dv it. jvuiiicr ma
eminent kidney and
bladder sncciulist. ami is wonderfully
successful in promptlv Curing lame back
uric acid catarrh of the bladder and
ltrighl's Diseasef. whicb is the worst
form of kidney trouble
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec-
ommended for everything hut if you have
kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be
found' just the remedy you need it lias
been tested in so man ways in hospital
work and in private practice and has
proved so successful in every ease that a
special arrangement 1ms been made by
nrliir i 11 rentiers of this paper who have
not already tried it may have a sample
r.iii ni frre bv mail nlso-a book tell
ing more abottt Swntiip-R'oot and bow to
findout if you have kidney or bladder trou-
ble. When writing mention reading this
generous offer in this paper and send your
address to Dr. Kilmer
& Co. Ringhamton
N. Y. The regular
fiftv-cent and one-
lollar size bottles are "f
told by all good druggists. Don't make
my mistake but rentetnber the name
Swnnm-Root. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
Hid the address Binghamtou N. Y. o
very bottle. '
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C'OTTO.V JFMIH HIGH
Aihnnceg esiljr per Bale for A'-
Now York Oct. 22. The eottou
market opened strong at an advance
of 11 to 31 points and sold for 30
to 34 points higher for active months
right after the call on nctlvo cover
lug tho shorts nnd IjuIIs were sup
piled following higher cables than
wero expected and apprehensions of
unfavorublo weather in tho northern
"Carrie" in Cunyon
Canyon Texas Oct. 2:'.-Cari l
Nation addressed h largo nudleiici
nt tho courthouse Saturday night.
Jler lecture was well received anil
after the led urn sbo sold a largi
quantity of her wares almost every-
one buying something from her.
Her speech nnd demeanor were a
pleasant surprise to most of our peo
Kho leaves today for Hereford.
No- York Oct. 21'.-- Xoclan the
celebrated Hungarian violinist will
heuln u fifteen weeks' engagement In
tho Williams mid Jlamniori'teln stea
Male Femalo Total
The Carriage Builders' Na-
tional association will hold Its
annual convention In Atlanta
during tho cumuli; week.
The World's Women Chris-
thin Temperance union In sos-
slou at HoHton will closo'Tues-
day and will bo followed by
tbo national convention open-
inn at Hartford on Friday.
The World's New Thought
f. ' dei . linn will hold a conven-
tion In Chicago begninnlng
The National Ilfo I'nderw rlt-
1 is' rsfoelatlon will -open Its
annual meeting In St. Louis
Important state fulrs will bo
held in tho South next week at
Montgomery Ala. and Colum-
bus S. C. '
The national camp of the Pa-
triotic Order of 'Americans will
meet in Atlantic" City Tuesday.
Tho convention of the Amer-
ican Rallwuy association will bo
held In Chicago beginning
The National Methodist Sun-
day School union will hold its
nnnunl convention In Topeka
Kan. beginning Wednesday.
The Farmers' National Co-
operative congress will meet in
Topeka Kun. 1 Monday.
" Secretary EHhu Root will
make a campaign speech in New
York city Monday.
ffvieo President Fulrbanks will
make a campaign tour of Okla-
homa nnd Indian Territory tho
first of tho week.
'William Jennings Bryan will
begin a tour of Indiana Mon-
day and will make twelvs
spwcheg in that state.
The national convention of
the Holiness union will open
nt Atlanta Wednesday.
Tho British parliament will
4 rc-assemblo Tuesday when sev-
eral important bills will come
up for consideration.
I The central council of the
National Girls' Frlendlf bo'cIo-
ty of the Episcopal church will
meet In Cincinnati Tuesday.
T. P. O'Connor the Irish
leader now visiting this coun-
try win sail for homo next
The United Confederate Vet-
erans of Texas will hold their
annual reunion at Dallas Thurs-
day and Friday
The annual meet of tho Unit-
fa ed Hunts Racing association
will hold its convention in Co-
luruaus Ohio Tuesday.
The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Santa Fe
system will be held next Thurs-
Governor Jefferson Davis of
Arkansas will make a campaign
tour of Indian Territory next
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Dally Mw'stock letter
Kansas City Stockyards Oct 19.
Cnttlo receipts have been IUcnil this
ok 84 Ono head Including 13000
calves and tho supply has been bet-
tor distributed through tho week
an Hny previous woelc this year.
Tho market remains good prices
firm on all klnd-i and everything
cleaned up clime at the 'nd of thf
wieli. Tho supply so far In October
has been 10 per cent short of last
Oi tober while (ho oeinaiid has been
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uf in 1 in.- M.iiiu.mi reniui in;.; in a
ood market all mouth. A noo d'Ml
of Hiut'r from Utah. Colorado New
Mexico and the Panhandle him been
Included hls week Tho besl killing
Hteers from the range sold nt JP.75
to li.P.O .except odd head at fj.OO
stockers and feeders $3.15 to $;i.;5
Colorado aiul Utah cows. I.GO to
$3.13 heifers $3.33 to $3.75 Pan-
handle and New Mexico cows $.35
to $:!H1 spayed heifers $:'.75 to
$3.10 inline bulls $3.15 to 2. CO.
IlKht calves scarce $5.00 to $li35
heavy calves $3.25 to 3.!mi. Tin
situation looks sIioiir: ami prices will
likely hold up through tho season.
There Is a world of feeders oerv-
whore and nil hands nro reselling
out for more entile.
The sheep run Is liberal but shows
signs of tho approach of tbo close of
iho season prices H to 23 higher
this week. Top lambs from the
range sold at $7.C.o yesterday nil
desirable lambs .$7.35 and unward.
1 nd buyers say choice stuff would
biinij around $S. Some bbow lambs
from Uio American Royal brought
$.5u late last week. Feeding lambs
sell nt $5.75 to $0.25 breeding ewes
Ufceiiy napped up at $i.H0 to $5.25
fat ewes around $5.15 fat wethers
$5.25 some New Mexico yearlings
at $(! yesterday The number of
sheep and lambs on feed is said to
be much short of last oar and It
looks like another season of phe-
nomenal prices for fed stuff Is com
ing. Run this week 4 MOO. head an
extra large pereeiit.ugo of iliem feed-
mole than hall'.
Some sab's of Panhandle and New
Mexico cattle at Kansas City this
Various owners Panhandle Tex
as. 1 steer n.j()-H) $;i.So; U
steers 02-lb $3.50; 2 calves 1 20-
1 $3; 13 calves 320-lb $3.50; 29
spayed heifers 770-lb $ 2. NO.
Reynolds Cattle Co. Kent Texas
'JS steers 51'l-lb $3.2
T. W. Johnson. Pecos Texas.
KiO calves 191-lb. $3.5u.
Teas Bros. Canadian Texas. 17
cows !los-lb. $2.ti5.
Owner Haskell Texas. 55 cows
752-lb $2.G5; 3 J calves 215-11)
$3.75; 23 calves. 322-11) $3.25; 20
cows 740-lh $2.50.
Howe Cattle Co. Naravlsa N. M.
2S heifers 703-lb $2.75; 238 spayed
heifers 747-11) $2.75.
E. W. McKenzie Monahnus Tex
as. 13s calves 280-lb $3.40.
Sowder & Popham Amarlllo Tex
as. 18.x heifers 717-lb. $2.75.
W. E. Halsell Bovliia Xrxas.
493 cows. 84 2-lh. $2.90; 22 wet
cows 790-lb $2.23.
Frank Rockefeller Bovlna Texas
343 Blockers 820-lb $3.25; 50
stockers 658-lb $2.75; 28 Blockers
O. W. Howry Naravlsa N. M.
28 stockers 837-lb $2.65.
H . T. Groom White Deer Texas
12 cows 1.1 04-Ib $3.50; 0 cows
1091-lb $2.40; 2 hulls 1385-lb
$2.05; 1 bull 1410-lb $2.40.
Oldham Bros. Raton N. M. 29
stockers 847-lb $3.75; 22 stockers
695-lb $3.35; 2 cows 955-lb $2.00
.1. Relish Bell N. M. 50 heifers
551-lb $2.43; 00 stockers
J. Humphrey Raton N.
bulls. 1157-lb $2.25; 151
336-lb $3.85; 55 calves
$3.50; 33 stockers 531-11) $3.35.
J. T. George Childress Texas.
40 cows 845-lb $2. So; g'canncrs
831-lb. $2.35; 101 feeders 782-lb
Cowden & P. Midland Texas.
100 feeders 929-lb $3.40.
Owner Canyon City Texas. 80
steers 975-lh $3.4 5.
Owner Monahnus Texas 142
calves 276-lb $390.
Butterfeild L. S. Co. Tennessee
Pass Colo. 2302 Bdb.ewes 90-lb
Lingaif & B. Montrose Colo. 297
ewes 114-lb $3; 1103 lambs 72-lb
$7.45; 300 feeding lambs 56-lb $6.
Butterfield L. S. Co. Colorado.
134 breeding ewes 97-lb $3.20.
Western L. S. Co. Byers Col.
2721 feeding lambs 38-Ib $3.23.
S. L. Staples Colorado. 500
lambs. 67-lb $7.60.
G. W. Terpenlng Corona N. M.
1030 wethers 81 -lb $5.23; 297
feeding wethers 77-lb $5.
F. E. Baker Roswell N. M. 313
yearlings 89-lb $6.
THE' HERALD $1.00 PER YEAR
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Uillions Spent fo
F.lako Clean Boer
Cleanest Mannfactaring' Process ll
That of An American Briwery.
Wo fcaril bcr 11s n. fonil nnd tli
huHlneHH uf Ifrnwlnii lnor 111 f our
liiovt Inipnrlunt IikIiihI rli. When w
tell our renins tli.it wlllmul 1 xii'tliii
lliur Is 1111 oilier in-mvery In tli wurld
no almoluliiy I'-nn In lis prm i'Sii of
niiuiiif.n Inrf iih I'.ilisi we npi'iik frfim
1 urn t Uli'iwIeilK" of ciinillllfiiis. 'I liii
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l'rln Kt'llt on oiitl i- uf mlllliinM ef I
tliillui'H iiiel inn n y f lleisn inilllioiH
li.iV fi In en t xim'IhIi d (f in 11 N f tin! I'.ilut I
ixiiinUi iirni-rifs iiliri'lnl'ly 1 lean.
I'lii.il r.ff r Htiimis nlftiifi luil. ty the only
fiinil pi'inlui I lli.it I ruin II. f lii-KlnnlMic
In Ihn finl of H 1 in.iiiul'.u Initi Ii lit'-n- I
liili ly hf yiififl ri .n il of even (tin con- 1
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lioclors Imil incir liislrniinTits tn J
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I lirtlllf. It SfollllKill pipes lu diet llUfll
lii rirn iirslly bcfilfil KinUn win re It
In fi i nn iileil. 'I'lien Unnurli murit
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niul win 11 lii.tlli il It In p.n.lfin li'il.
ThiniiKlniiit llu enllro pninnni It imver
U tme hiil by liiiiii.in h.itnls ai.il cumea
lu fuiil.fi I nnly wall sti i iluiil .lie.
TlilN proi es of iniinufin ture is Mm
exi limlve l.nt iiictlmil. Jt Is one ri-n-Hiill
fur the "nlwaH I lu came filwuy
tln lii-nt" reputation of r.ilnU liter.
Tlio c li'iincfl liner niul llm richest
I err I'hIihI lifer Ii.ih no i'tuiil nit u
liliUI In'iillhf til I everiilTi'. It hri-Wfil
only from VitM elKlil-il.iy null
1 linlieHl hop Mini pure w.iter. I'.ih.il
lUllil-fl.iy In ill. til" perfect mult 11-
IiiIiih ull the fonil fiiitHiex of the llm xt
hurley In pi-fillKi'Kieil form ll Ii Ihls
hiirll ffifiil value niul tho I'nlut 1 xilu-
Nie proii'fii of ln-fwlne; and lliormirlily
Mfclng tlu licer. I (ml irlve I'aliHl hei r Its
rkh mellow flavor Its rcf rislilin' xest.
Amarillo Ice and Cold Storage Co.
PabsJ Blue Ribbon Beer
Order a case for yonr home today
J.K7TRP FROM PUNCJL
From our own
City of Mexico Oct. 14. It will
never do to bo regarded as dull In
ihls letter so It Is ndvlriablo to an-
nounce that 1 brought over a patent
medicine Spanish dictionary that a
druggist In Amarlllo gives away with
every box of pills and now all 1
e;-n order is medicine with nothing
(he matter with me.
All travelers agree that Hie City of
Mexico is the best policed pbice in
I tie world and they nro so polite It
l n real Measure to bo arrested. Of
ail rpialnt sight seeing countries Old
Mexico Is the most Interesting and
;his city of half 11 million people
should be the first visited for more
English Is spoken on San Francisco
street t tin 11 Spanish 'hence I only
use my patent pill guide in the sub
Extensive travel has warranted the
erection here of a new million dollar
lintel that will have two kinds ol'
hot water. A dozen theaters are
open in full blast opera principally
appealing to the people. It consumes
$S to lislcn to one prima donna and
if you don't like it the grind organs
are free and paid for by a wise and
liberal government simply to enter-
tain and amuse the people.
But at present tho country Is
aghast at tho coming of a reul Si-nion-piiro
American circus now on
Us way to the land of Montezuma.
Flaring posters announce "El Gr.in-
dioso Clrco Sells-Floto Mnseoy Zo-
ologlco Kspcctaculo" and after all
these years to nt last have a gen-
uine sawdust pink lemonade nnu
peanut clowns galore big Yankee
Bhow and menagerie nnd parade lias
startled even the foreigners to say
nothing of tho natives. After invea-
tlKatlnR the field tho owners of the
Sells-Kioto shows have also decided
to build here In the city a fine new
million dollar hippodrome besides
the value of the land. This will en-
nhl tho show to exhibit the year
round and ninke a saving of over
$3000(5 "wintering" from wnicti no
revenue is derived for an elephant
absorbs five bales of hay per day
tti.oihor vnn are navins to see him
eat. or not.
There are so many things worth
while in Old Mexico my next letter
will tell of Guadalajara a town of
9fin 11 1 n fchnt has onlv lately had 11
rallroiid. It is 300 years older tnau
New York and should know better.
Tnnrliila call If the "sllOW pllICO" Of
the republic; the catacombs and ca
Slopson. a Chicago 'drummer'
juined mo at Tlaxtptoxco after pass
ing through the town he said seven
times because he couldn't think ol
the name and no one tried to help
him think. At the hotel I sprung
my patent Spanish "easy at a glance
labor-saving mail order foreign con-
versation" book and remarked to the
clerk: "Tlene Vd. habltaclones quo
alqullarr (Good morning-have yon
f 4 j y ;li.f A Ji.i..A."f --"'-''''w"'"
Stmt Vt 1h& Ntmn f Ytur
Old rrlendt ttik Ctil-
Somaof lln-m m wn"t to chantl
locaiion nd ftcirii nl
A lull" hrlnlrrrn vou will Vii ut in rasr.h-
111.' imi'V whu ien cuku (or naW liomn.
Wn tnll ynur liinnrtf. rii'hful Ituitilur
tnlfouf iK-1 el ll"i '.'unity una pine
r.t 'ii I'm cuinemnfintfiry mfiilmg
list t "I li I sfli." n iiil'iitins niunlhl
Donl put It efP
Write Uin waokta
C. L. SIMORAVZS
Cii'fetU Coloulfition A tent
1119 Py. EjiUuuit Chicago.
If You Want
A Homo or Ranch in Sher-
man. Hansford Ochiltree or
Hutchinson counties write
Plemont . Texae
Who has some (treat bargains
in Railroad School and. Pat-
II you want n situation uso t)allyj
ranhuuillo want columns.
taken your cmigli uiedlcluo?) It win
n p. in. but tho book waa wrong
"Say Hocks' that's Immonce let nu
have It" suld Slopson theu con-
tinning to tho clerk "and what's
more (reading) J lay una barra
bebldas en el hostellcrloj"
there a bar In tho Joint? Slopson
sells a XX brand hlsseU nnd Is a
corner-sewer 011 boo.e und ho waa
a No full of his own samples. "You
gentlemen both liavo good rooms'
replied the clerk "I dou't know what
you are talking about can't cither
ol you speak English?.'
"Gee listen let's btoy a week"
shouted Slopson "It sounda Ilka
home whut'll you have?"
As il)'io Is ouly ono pill guldo lq
the party Slop lias decided to ac-
company me to Guadalajara as tha
clerk told hi ma new loLtery open
thero Tuesday frcrj ticketa with ev-
ery street car ride. "What do you
want done with all thoso lottery tick-
ets you now have?'' luqulroj the
clerk. "Oh hell paper tho batbJ
room with them" answered my wick-
ed Chicago companion.
Fondly thine i
PU.NCII WHEELEIt. 1
Methodist MerRr Accomplished
Cincinnati Ohio Oct. 20. Tli
merger of all educational Interests oj
tho Methodist Episcopal church has
finally been ncompllshed' and tho
headquarters have been established;
In this city. After several sosslons
of the executive boards tho Free-
man's Aid and Southern Educational
society has concluded its labors by;
approving the merger recommended
by general conference committee.
Masonic Grand Lodge
Orangeburg S. C Oct. 22.- Ma-
sons from all over South Carolina
aro arriving In this city today at-
tracted by the F. and A. St. Pal-
metto grand lodge meeting which
will be held here during tho week."
Local Masons havo prepared an club-
orate entertainment program tot tha
benefit of tho visitors.
Tresklent Chosca " " "7
lloston Mas. Oct. 20. Countess'
of Carlisle was chosen president oj
the World's C. T. U. today to Biie
ceed Lady Henry Somerset yho de-
showed at the battlo of Ansterlita
ho was tho greatest Lender In thq
world. Dullard's Snow Llniaient haa
shown the public It Is the best Lini-
ment In the world. A quick cure for
Rheumatism. Sprains Burns Cuts
Etc. A. C. Pitts Iiodessa La. saysi
"I use Ballard's Snow Liniment In
my family and find It unexcelled for
sore chest headache coins la fact
for anything that can bo reached bya
liniment. Sold by L. O. Thompson &
. m U T
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