The Weekly Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 24, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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TMK WEEKLY HERALD 5ANUARY 27 I9O7.
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Out of Town Customers
The world renowned Hobart H. Cable Company have lately appoited
us distributors of their great Pianos for the State of Texas but in order
to secure this appointment it was necessary to place an order for 10 car
loads of their fine Pianos to be shipped at intervals of two weeks apart
to be distributed to the four corners of the State in order to introduce their
' great product throughout the State of Texas. This wonderful factory has -given
us an unusually big reduction on these first 10 cars in order that
"we may be able to siame a price which will induce more people to buy
and thereby better acquaint the people of Texas with their fine Pianos
I and also in order that we may be able to use the power of price to dispose
6i them quickly so that is why these two cars have been shipped to Am-
iirillo. That is why they must be sold in 10 days and that is why such
fine Pianos are being sold at such low prices.
Co?t Not Considered; Pt ofit Positively Sacrificed; Sale
on; The Money Saving Door is Open;
Tfjhis iS&le Positively Ends February 1st.
BCflUtlful Upright Cabinet Grand Mahogony or
WalrtSt with perfect architectural lines: Regu-
larselllng! price enywnere in America 7Z
$275.00. T61I quickly . pliUUU
Something Unusually Attractive! A partrcular
favorite with partlculur musicians selling all
over for $400.00. 70 nA
This sale only . . . . tJ)Ll0.UU
Pianos offered at this ten days' sale arc all new and.absolutely High Grade each bearing a
TEN YEAR GUARANTEE of one of the greatest factories in the world which guarantee we
back up in every particular. PIANOS SHIPPED ANYWHERE. Every instrument mark-
ed In plain figures and children can purchasers' cheaply as the wisest bargain driver.
Terns Will be Made to Suit the Convenience of the Purchaser Notwithstanding the Low Prices Quoted.
Hackworth & Warreii's Store 516 Polk.
Two Ca? Loads of Fine Reduction Sa!e Pianos at
Less Than Factory Cost to be Sold at Once.
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A very gorgeous case with unusually sweet mu-
sical tones. Sells in a regular way for $450. Oo
in order to dispose of them the first
few days of sale we make the price
Just a fewysee them and you
This sale . . .
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will buy. Regular
. . $)Z.00
In Possession of Felony Prisoners-Had
Been Passed Back by Men
(From Tuesday's 5 Dally.)
Afior 11 loiiR Bciiroh ycsicrdiiy
inornlnpr Cnntallc Kooton UImcov-
crod tho instrument whleh t ho prln-
onci'H uhi'd Sal tirday tilsht In kiiw-
Iiik tho lion In two and ewaplnp
from tho wont rooms of tho J.iil.
It w;is a hruvy pocket Unlfo
tho Mr I'lade knlclicd lut a rude
but effcctlvo luuk b.iiv
After tho osrapo of tho men Sat-
urday nlftht ConHtnhlo Ceoton kept
close watch on tho other men for
any indication of a plan for escape
amon;; them. Ho became convinc-
ed Unit w.u plan watt on foot and
yesterd-.y niornint; ho Instituted a
nytitcmatlc seanh for tho tool with
which tho attmept waa niado Sat-
urday nlshl.. Marks oil tho Kteel
bars of the ciiro In tho northeast
room wliero the lmjiorrnnt prisoners
are kept led him to bellevo an at-
tempt was being made in that cell.
Wltli tho assistance of tho depu-
ties ho remised everything from
tho room and searched tho clothes
of the prisoners. At last every
other place had been searched to no
avail tho deputy siiRRested looking
in tho cuspidor. This was dono and
in the bottom was found tho knife
which tho men had used Saturday
nlfiht and with which tho cell men
wero nttemptlnR to escape.
There was about as much likeli-
hood of tho 'men sawing their way
out of the cell room as of their
sawing out of a bank vault but the
Jailor feels considerably easier with
tbn weapon in 'his uossession. Among
the prisoners who handled he
knifo was one of tho men held for
the Infamous Dock ray murder. The
man had sawed the soft outer cas
ing of tho bar but against tho ohlll
ed steel cores of tho bars tho knife
was about as effect ivo as a piece
of tin would have been. Tho knife
had been passed back by the prison-
ers who escaped to tho men In the
cell rooms through a Email 1iolo In
tho outer door.
Nothing further has been heard
from either of tho men who escaped
but facts which havo since devel
oped go to show that the man who
eavo I1I3 name as Roy Thompson
and said his namo was in buffalo
V. V. was n clover crook. The
man really camo from Chicago and
from the cvidenco that has como to
light he waa a professional small
hold-up sneak thief. Tho laudanum
nnri ihvnordcrnilc syringes which
were found In his room wero
there by accident. The man
one of tho animals that prey
administering dopo or knock out
drona to victims and appropriating
tho money they find. When the vie
tim recovers ho ha3 hlmply been
ninu- nnd has lost possession of
his money. Ho has no recourse and
gets no sympathy.
A NEGRO RIOT
M AT FORT RENO.
Lbwton Okla. Jan. 2 2 A negro
riot created by I.anc Dixon a re-
puted discharged negro soldier from
tha Twentv-fifth Infantry at Fort
Reno laBt night resulted in Hhc
death of Fred Marshall colqrcd and
tho wounding of Dixon and several
other negroes and the arrest of f if-
tv negroes. Mfcrs'haH Is tho owner
of a gambling resort in which the
negroes congregated and Dixon quar
rclcd over a crap game. Their fight
drew in others and a pitched battle
followed in. which there was shoot
. J. A. "Wayland of Glrnrd Kan.
tho "Appeal to Reason" man ar-
rivn Inst nlcht to look after his
John K. Shireman secretary of
tho Commercial Club Is attending
tho meeting of tho Commercial sec
retaries at Douumont.
P. II. Flshor and H. C. Erlckson
of Fairfield Iowa aro in Amarillo
on business. They visited the Dally
Tanhandle offlco today.
Miss Blanche Cowin left Sunday
for Fort Worth where sho will
spend the remainder of tho winter
D. J. Young of tho Canadian Xa
tlonal Bank and president of the
Bankers' association is here for
X "! 1'roni I'rton
Special to Dally Panhandle.
Urton S. M. Jun. 19. Urton a
little place on tho Pecos Valley and
unknown a few months ago Is
rapidly coming to tho front. This
Ih a verltablo boom on in thin vi-
cinity and with tho recent rains the
farmers aro breaking a large acre-
ago for tho coming crop. Tuklng
Into consideration that heretofore
there wan no one- hero to farm
there Is manifested a great degree
of falih In tho country. New home-
steaders aro coming in bunches and
many of those who filed hero In
tho siunmrr and fall are coming In
now and Improving their home
steads and without exception are
enthuslatitlc In pralr-o of this coun
Tho Kcnna Development compnny
recently granted a chatcr by the
territory havo purchased the in-
terests of tho Urton Town company
and Is getting out a new plat of
tho town including tho imw addi
tion of North Urton.
Recently thirty one peoplo from
the same neighborhood In good old
Tennessee unloaded at I'rtun ani
iro now occupying their home-
steady near this place.
Tho Kenna Development company
havo purchased a modern print shop
and installed J. M. Hughes former
ly of the Silverton( Tuxuh) tentor-
prise as editor.
Tho weather slnco tho great No
vember storm has been ideal al-
most spring llk.
Tho business men of Urton will
meet this week and form a com-
mercial organization to promote tiho
general welfare of tho community.
On tho first Sunday of the year
tho Baptist peoplo 0rg.ml7.ed a
church hero with a very satisfactory
membership. Tho M. K. Church
South will organize next Sunday.
The contract has been let for tho
erection of a two story hotel near
Kd Ureen a painter who joined
his father hero from down in Texai
Is very sick at the residence of Drv
J. Odd Hamilton.
l'IMK'KKIMXGS OF TIIK EF.TINO
(From Saturday's Daily.)
Coininii'ees l-l'oin Various Cluh
Decide on Plan for Work.
From tho minutes of tho library
meeting yesterday tho following ac
count of tho transactions is taken:
By tho Invitation of th J. U. O.
club committees of three members
each from tho various women'8
dubs of the town met at tho home
of Mrs. 1!. T. Ware jcMorday after
noon to discuss ways and means for
the etabllshing of a public library
"Tho Woman club wa represent-
ed by Mrs. J. P. Wood. Mrs. J. W.'
Plerson and Mrs. II T. Ware. Mrs.
Iko Kendiick MVh. Whito and Mrs.
Claude Brady wero tho committee
for tho Pierian club. Thoso repr"
Renting the Wednesday club were
Mrs. John Ward Misses Wheatley
and Sadler. Misses White and
Ctirtwright camo in tho interest of
tho Philharmonic club. All of tho
J. U. G.nClub filrhi both active. and
honorary were expected. Mrs.
Richardson MrH. Schilling and Miss"
es Iva Nobles Mamio Trigg Tearl
Bcthuno and Floreldo Ware wero
present. Mrs. Kendiick was elect-
ad chairman of "the meeting- and
Floreido Ware eocretniy. " J1
"Tho J.- U. O. girls then stated
that they wero willing to glvo their
books piano and other furniture for
a public library. It. was thought
best to make a further 'attempt to
maintain a public library .until the
organization would bo able to-comply
with tho conditions required for
a Carnegie library. A motion was
made that nn Investigating commit
too bo appointed to see if thero Is
a vacant room down town that
could bo used for a public library.
Mrs. Jim Richardson Florledo Ware
and Mamie Trigg were appointed as
tine committee. This committee was
also Instructed to see if thero was
a lot or sito tho organization could
"Mrs. Wood wfis appointed by
tho chairman to write to Mr. Carne-
gie In regard to a gift to Amarillo.
Another motion -was made that the
committee frpm each club awk their
club what they would be" willing to
give to keep up a public library.
"The motion to adjourn waa then
made the same co'mmlttoes to moot
Monday afternoon at Mrs. Ware's
Captain W. T. Goorgo the new
Salvation Army man was a caller
at the Dally Tanhandlo office yes-
terday. John S. Mallory who hag been
manager of tho L. O. Thompson drug
store in Dalhart htus returned Ito
Amarillo. .T 1
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Brewster, S. A. The Weekly Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 24, 1907, newspaper, January 24, 1907; Amarillo, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth281613/m1/2/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .