The Weekly Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 24, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
V v- v '
i y I
THE VVEEKLYHl:RALD JANUARY 24 l97
TR011 THE MAV BEHIND THE
! road the daily papers. I read them
anso I lovo Joe Bailey and want
)to sea bins win the fight.
Tho lawTciH thry hivo bad their
say the butcher and the
A blacksmith up at Bowie likewise
The Cranes have done somo squeak'
Ins paid they could produce
Put when Balky landed on them
thoy all tnio out tor the
Tho King down there at Houston
made a noise liko "troublo's
Hut when Joo knocked their clap-
nor out. 'twas a noibo like
The banker out at Dublin who bIoii
with Jon ono round
Should give tho gloves to a farmer
and no back and yit down
When you fall into a river you
can bet you'll get wet
And when Ju tackle Bailey's honor
! there's no telling what you'U
Tho Cominancho County Diets are
hunting a six year roost
Tiecausc they know Joe's a lion and
a knock la just a boost.
Dh when 4io flood beforo them and
made them show their little
lie forced thera to play ostrich and
mushed their noses In the
The politicians who fight Joe have
no reputation they can lose.
And would vote lor Dooker Wash
Ineton If he -would furnish
Tho reason Crane has fought so
hard and stamped Joo as a
Jlo hoped to nail ihini to tho cross
and get his big fat job.
put tbo man behind tho plow sir is
thn man who Totou tho
And when ho Is a Democrat he is a
Democrat tho longest.
po this wrangle all reminds me of a
lesson learned at school
Cfoii can reason with a wise man
but you can't sonvlnto a fool
Aa will bo noticed by the col
nmna nf the Daily Panhandle this
Taper is enjoying a very fine line
Of advertising Just now. Tho en
lerprislng business men and real
estate dealers aro recognizing the
value of a first class newspaper to
Irem and tho city in general and
lira giving tho Dally Panhandle re
rognition and a loyal support. They
recognize that the Daily Tanhandle
Is giving them such a paper as Dal
las Fort Worth and Oklahoma City
and other largo cities havo and
that at great exponso It i3 giving
ono and the
almost invariably due to pin worms.
Children haven't the strength to com
pat their ills and indispositions without
tho aid of somo reliable medicine.
Is an unfailing: harmless and absolute
cure for worms stomach and towel
troubles and can be used as freely for
either baby or the bigger child as for
full grown folks.
li your child seems Indisposed fever
kh. fretful. Deevish. and all out of sorts.
Ihcso are syratoms of worms. One tloso
f DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN
es directed tho dejected condition will
loon givo way to health and vigor.
DRiCALDWELL'S SVRUP PEPSIN
ran bo obtained in both doimrana nail'
foliar sixes from all druedsts. .
Your money will bo refunded if it docs
Hot benefit you.
Vour postal card r ""'fl? by rct;-ra
0.l r n bnoilrt. DH. CALDWELL S
ROOK OI' WONDERS" ntid freo sample to
ihnss wb' have never tried this wonderful
te-xody. Vrit today.
PEPSSN SYRUP CO.
Sold by E. R. Roach Brag 'Co.
Maddrcy Kcuyoa Bnildlng Ama
Y-Mi t . Ill
them earth evening tho news of the
world as well an the happening?
at borne In rcadihlo shape twelve
hours abed of the city paper which
roach this city from tho outside and
they appreciate- the fact fcnd. ro
giving tuo paper the support It deserves.
Tbo Dally ranhandlo U ia thapo
iiandla their business and will
keep paco with tho times and give
lis readers value In return for the
spato they occupy as the best pco-
plo in tho city t'ho iutclligcut read-in-
cI ifs tho class who havo money
s.mnil aro subscribers to tho
Daily 1'anhandlo and give attention
to the advertisements which appear
Its columns. Tho eubscrlptlon
Hats of the paper aro growing in
tho city and in outsldo towns' for
miles mound and it la tho only le-
gitimate newspaper published in the
city which has such u clientage tu
There aro somo alleged "IiIr
stores" In the city who wcro most
profuso In promises of business
when the paper was starting whose
advertisements seldom if ever ap
pear In tho Daily ranhaudlo and
Herald for reasons best known to
themselves. These stores were
Riven a most unreasonanio low r.uu
at tho start of tho paper through
the promises of tho largo business
they said they would uhc but dur
ing tho crucial period of tho paper
history when things wero all mixed
up and buslnoss'scarco theso firms
have Been fit to withhold all busi
ness from tho paper and tho office.
and have sougrt to reach tho public
through liho obnoxious means of
handbill advertising and freo sheet
Issued as newspapers at different
periods to suit their convenience.
Tho Dally ranhandlo is giati to
stato that thero havo been enough
public spirited citizens who rccog
nizo tho need of a good newspaper
to any city th8 sl.o of Amarillo who
havo loyally stood by tho paper
with tholr business during trying
times till today tho paper can an
nounce to its friends that it is on a
0nnnr milmtan tal footing wen or
ganized In all departments and do
ing a splendid paying and satis
factory business. To tho Btaunch
friends of tho paper who lhavo seen
fit to ubo its columns for their
business announcements and have
tat nnrl nald for tho pa per and
have not attempted to sponge their
reading through claimed advertisln
eontarcts which they (havo not see"
fit In rami nut on their OVllt this
paper extends its thanks and shall
always feel like giving them tlio
best thero is in the office. To the
gentlemen who have withhold their
business suppoesd to bo duo tlio
offico under contract ana xncreu.v
havo attempted to crlpplo tho paper
and make- it impossible for tho pa
per to get onto a paying basis the
paper Iras no thanks to render but
la pleased to announce that it has
reached tho prosperous condition in
hi.h it finds itself today without
their withheld assistance.
Tho Daily ranhandlo is a news
paper and has space to sell. It has
a fine subscription list which no
business man who nas announce
ments to make can afford to ignore
but in tho future tho alleged "big
stores" will pay the samo rate
through Its columns for all classes
. i JL.. 1
rf cnMrn nna announcements mni
tho smaller onc3 pay. Every patron
of tho offico can rest assured tha
ho is receiving tho samo consiHerf-
tlon and rates that his compctito1'
Sparc ribs fresh fish oyesters
olives and a flno variety of homo
raised meats both fresh and cured
a.t. the Cltv Meat Market. 1511c
Builds up wasto tissue promotes
appetite Improves digestion induces
refreshing Bleep gives rcnowed
etrcnth and health. That's what
llolllster'a Rocky Mountain Tea
docs. 35 cents Tea or Tablets.
W. Mc Queen druggist. 1-1 m
Somo Moro Flno Stork
Mr. A. S. Eassctt residing seven
and a half miles southwest of trls
city 13 receiving another consign
ment of high priced registered I
land China hogs. This tinio ho re
ceives two flno brood bows ono of
which was a third prlzo winner at
tho Kansas State Fair. Ono of the
sows is bred to a very ihlgh priced
and fashionably brod boar and some
very fine stock may be looked for in
Mr. Bassott's lots In the future.
The Western Stock Show began
Saturday at Denver and continues
to and including tho 26th. Great
preparations havo been made for
fine show and thero will probably
been made for n fino show and
be many attendants from tho
To He ll 'ld In D'nver On Janu-
ry 'J I Hi-
(From Saturday's Dally.)
For tho first time In tho hlstrory
of America u general movement ha
been Inaugurated looking towni"
tho rapid development and settle-
ment of itlio dry land rv-ctions of the
'.Vc-st. Aclln.r; on tu Hiin?eslloii ' of
many of Colorado's business men
Governor Jcso P. McDonald of thl:;
state Das ('alien tuo i rnns-.iiss"u-1
Dry Panning Con;rii'.w" to meet In
Denvir on tbo 2-lth and 2 Tith of
this month. Tho call has been nent
to every stato Wmt of tho Mli::'our
river and insurance:! havo nlicndy
been rcci'ived that delegatca will
come will stain sanction inim
... . m
nracticallv all of the bixten stati
included in tho call.
Tlio importnaco of this movement
knnot b') overestimated. Nine
icrea of farming land out of cvry
ton . in tho whole country west 01
tho nlety eighth meridian can never
bo Irrigated and because of slight
rainfall most of this territory must
look for redemption entirely to som"'
method of scientific agrlculturo.
Wilhiti tho last deeado (ho spread
of tho so-callul Campbell system
morQ commonly Known us u
f.irmlng" has convinced the thlnk-
Ing men of tho country that In koiiio
such method as this lies the ugii-
tultural salvation of the West an'l
It is now proposed to start a broad
unprejudiced movement in ( which
very stato affected shall take part
to further develop these soil culture
systems and bring them to tho at
tention of tho world at largo.
Jt is necessary also so it Is said
by those who aro interested mat
soma steps bo taken to educate the
farmers who are tod.iy coming Into
tho dry lands of tho West. In Colo-
rado alono 7r.0oO now lioniem.ek-
crs havo settled tiliemscl ves within
a year. Twelve
steads in Kit Carson County Colo
rado wero taken up In lDOii und
this record was almost If not quite
equalled by other counties in other
Western state. Of thoho great bod
ics of settlers the larger proportion
siro from eastern states and aro
entirely unfamilar with western coir
Tho purpose of the Congress that
will meet in Denver this inotiin it
first of all to form a permanent
educational interstato organizatio"
somewhat on tihe lino of tho Nation
al Irrigation Congress and second
to afford a full and free discussion
of thn principles of scientific soil
culture and of their development
In tho West. Speakers will bo
present from every state West of
tho Missouri river. The United
States Department of Agriculture
will bo represented it is hoped by
Secretary Wilson. Kvcry agrleultur
al collego In tho west will havo its
man in attendance. Mead of Wash
ington Campbell of Nebraska Olin
of Colorado Jardine nf Uta'h and a
score of others of tho brightest as
rieiiltiiral minds in tho country art
on tho program and fow things that
refer to dry farming will remain
In order to prevent the gathering
of a largo body and unwieldy votln
body. Governor McDonald has llmli
ted tho number o ofielal delegates
who may attend. Pi(;tcr County
however is entitled to ten delegates.
Copies of official call and an iir
gent Invitation to appoint delegates
at onco havo been sent to t'ho Coun
ty Commissioners and it it is ex
ncilcd that thoy will 'act in the
matter within the next few days.
In splto of tho voting limit how
ever it is desired that every farmer
and business man in Potter County
who is interested in dry farming
and can get away from homo should
not ho is an official delegato from
ttte county. Convention headpuar'
tors have been opened at Itoom 6
visitors to tho city will bo made
welcome and full information giv
May I-ivo 100 Years
Tho chances for livlnij a full con
tury aro cxcclcnt in tho cawo of Mrs
Jennio Duncan of llayucsvillc. Me.
now' 70 years old. Sho -writes:
"Electric THttcrs cured mo of Chron
ic Dyspepsia of 20 years standing
and niado mo feel as well and strong
.is it Vounu girl." Electrio Hitters
euro Stomach and Liver dlsoascs
niood disorders Gcnorat Debility
and boodily weakness... Sold on
guarantee at L. O. Thompson &
Bros.' drug store. Tried only fiOe
The bright weather continues for
tho ranhandlo. Nothing seems to
ha tor mod for thi3 part of tho
PANHANDLE BANK MEN
Meet Tomorrow With Representation From
Many Outside Points and an In-
(Prom Saturday's Daily.)'
Already o number of delejsites
have arrived and tomorrow tho con
venlion of tho Panhandle Hauliers'
asiiociation will open with the
largest attendance in its history
liesldes tho bankers of tho Pan
handle who will bo In attendance
thero will bo ;i number of men from
Port Worth Dallas Kansas City und
aro H. J. Young president Candlan;
aro 1). J. president of Canadian;
Charles Flsk secretary; W. II. Pat
rick vico president of Clarendon;
V. II. Cooke treasurer of Claren
don will all bo present. Tho gen
cral committee of arrangements is
composed of tho presidents of the
fivo local banks. The entertain
ment committee which has plans
well in hand for taking care of the
guests is compost d of Jteii Uyuuni
Charles Ware Terry Thompson
Charles Fisk and Fred Prandenberg.
Tho sessions will bo held in tho
district court room and tho pro
cram lor tomorrow mgiiuiiug at
?0 p. m. Is ns follows:
rrayor L. C. Kirkes D. D.
President's address D. J. Young
"Soil Production Il4 of. Our
Panhandlo Prosperity." lion. H. 11
"Tho tPanhandlo ;From Vm Out
sider's Point of View" A. C. Johes
nresideut National Pank of Com
mereo wienna nan.
Informal . discussion by members
Tomorrow niffht the committee In
numeration with tho Commercial
club will givo (ho members (and
their friends a smoker for which
several enteriainnicnt icaiuri'S nave
been iilnnncaV The convention
continues with a number of
e.stlng papers and discussions
nesda. i '. .
Scw Dank for (iln.ler.
Special to Daily Panhandle.
Glazier Texas Jan. 21 The Gla
zlf.r Hank Is the name of a new
financial institution here. It Is un
tier the control of Moody & ioung
of Canadian and has a capital of
10O0O. Tho officers aro Robert
Moody president D. J. Young vice
president and RobeVt Ferguson cash
Norm: damk lahy s appkal.
To all knowing sufferers of rheu-
matism whether muscular or of tho
joints sciatica lumbagos backache
pains In tho kidneys or neuralgia
pains to write to her for n home
treatment which has repeatedly cured
all of theso tortures. Sho feels it her
duty to send it to all sufferers FKI2K.
You euro yourself at homo as thou-
sands will testify no chaiigo of cli-
mate being necessary. This simple
discovery banishes uric acid from the
blood loosens tho stiffened Joints
purifies tho blood and brightens tho
eyes giving elasticity and tone to tho
whole system. If tho abovo interests
you for proof address Mrs. M.
Summers llox 1) Nolro Damo Ind.
Women as Well as Men Are made
Miserable by Kidney and
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind
vigor uiki cnccriui-
ncss soon disappear
out of order or uis
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
tlmt it is not uncom
mon for n child to be
born afflicted with
weak kidneys. If the
cbilditrinatestoonftcn if the urine scalds
the flesh or if when the child reaches an
ago when it should be able to control the
passage it is yet nmicieu wun ocii-wei
timr. rlencnd ut)oii it. thecausc of theditii
nniv it tirlnev trouble and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
the kidneys and bladder and not to a
habit ns most people suppose.
Women ns well as men are made miser
able with kidney and bladder trouble
ami hiiii nrerl the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Sw amp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
py oruggisis in Hi i)" JTi'
cent and onc-doliar tfmPy'T
size bottles. You may
have a sample bottle
by mail free also a Home of BwimpRoot
pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root
including many of the thousands of testi-
tnonial letters received from sufferers
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Bingbamton N. Y. be sure and mention
this paper. Don't make any mistake
but remember the name Swamp-Root
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root and toe ao
dress Binghamtou N. V. on eveiy
Six Hundred Persons Flee From
Shawneetown III. to Es-
Cincinnati Ohio .Ian. 21. Ap
parenlly the crctft of tho flood whs
reached tit this point at noon when
tho river began falling. Tho sta;o
being given as C5.1 feet a drop of
ono tenth of a foot from the previous
hour. It is expected tho river will
fall slowly and will go below the
danger lino by Thursday or Friday.
Shawnee 111. Jan. 21. Fix hun
drod norbomi havo fled from this
town which lu threatened with
destruction by tho flood. Tho river
baa reached forty eight feet this
morning and Is still rising. Mayor
KraU said ho believed tho loveo
would hold until tho river reaches
fifty thrco feet.
Water IiKing in Kentucky.
Louisville. Ky. Jan. 21. The
river continues to rise and In twelve
feet above tho danger line. The
cold weather has added to the
misery of the homeless who aro
housed In warehouses and public
Sufl'VIng at Cincinnati.
Cincinnati. Ohio Jan. 21. The
Ohio river ihero has stood at (ia.l
feet fop several hours und it is
believed the end of tho flood is in
sight. Cold weather which has
helned to Moi the flood occasions
great suffering among the home-
less. HARRY THAW
The Murderer of Stanford White
wa be Arraigned To-
morrow Associated Press.
New York. Jan. 21. Harry K
Thaw will go through tho formality
of arraignment before Justice Gerald
in the criminal branch of tho su
preino court today for the murder
Stanford whito on Juno 25 1906
Upon 1110 JVlaillSOU aqutiru nwn
. .- i
Garden. The delay In finishing an
other case will cause a postpone
ment of tho Thaw caso until
WK.NT DAI) ON P.OWKKY ItOOZK
Smashes a Hundred Dollars Worm
of Plale ilas.
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
A' man named IJoylcs a former
lineman for the telephone company
who has been serving a sentcne1'
at tho jail smashed $100 worth of
plato glass in tho Western Dank
corner of tho Carson building Sat
nrdiiv in ii drunken fight with
Boyles was sentenced to a long
term In tho county jail somo time
urn for carrying u pistol. At the
Jail bo 'has been a trusty has been
employed as a cook and has been
given a considerable mensuro ot
llbery. Friday night ho gave the
keepers at tho Jail tho slip and went
off with a Bun in his possession
Conslablo Keoton a:.d his deputie
cn: r.iw for liim that night but
failed to find him. Saturday
tho man made himself known on
tho Bowery whom ho had succeeded
In securing enough ot tho Joy water
so abundant in that section to got
gloriously drunk. Ho began
flourish tho gun and left tho im
nresslon that he would probably
clean out tho whole street.
Officer Keeton got word of him
and put him under arrest. After
ho brought tho fellow down town
ho turned htra over to Jack Freeze
tn t.iko over to the Jail. At the
Western Bank corner Boyles began
to resist and struck Froezo. Freeze
struck back with a gun and Boyles
lunged at hltn with his fist. Iln
missed Freeio and crashed through
tho big sou til window which bears
tho handsomo gold leu J sign of tho
bank llo damaged bu hand some-
what In lhj opMBtIottnd sobered
up enough to follow tho offlcor over
to tho Jail. Tho damiigo tf tho
window will reach at least $100.
MAY GET A hKISMOGH.UMl
Now no Au'liorutlvo Way of Kecnr"
lug ail'ilHtiiko tibotks.
Forocastor Consldino of tho local
weather burea stated jrfsterday that
tho recent getierul earthquako (lis
turbances might result in a se.slmo
graph being placed in tho local ob
servatory by the department at
Washington. At present thero is
no nuthorltatlvo way of recording
disturbances over a largo area here
und 'Amarillo would bo a natural
nlaco for tho location of such an
Tho seismograph; Is tho extremely
sensitive intsrumcnt that takes an
autograph record as it were of any
disturbance of -tho earth. Such
urn Instrument hero would1 record
shocks all over the country but
would of course givo tho most com
pieto account of tremors which nf
fectcd this vicinity. It would be
valunblo In determining tho extent
of earthquako disturbances in other
parts of tho country.. At tho time
of tho San irauciMio disaster the
Instruments at Washington recorded
tho shocks. An instrument hero at
that time would probably have
hown a much more complete record
than was posslblo at Washington.
At present thero i iio Instrument In
tho local bureau whlch would show
any account of an earthquake dls
turhnnce and tho shock Thursday
evening if thero was one will have
to remain a mailer lor the most
of individual opinion.
Washington Jan. 21. Senaior
Tillman took the floor in-the Senate
at' tho conclusion of the morning
business to reply to a recent crltl
cLsm of himself by Spooner. As a
prelude he paid compliments to the
Senator who had spoken on the
Brownsvlllo incident. Ha said the
press 'had denominated him as tho
burnt cork artist of tho Senate an
added if ho was entitled to this
appelation or that of 'Titchfork
Ben" at ono end of a minstrel lino
certainly "Fire Alarm Joe" Forakcr
ought not to be Ignored at the other.
Wo both do the Orlando and fcro
clous act admirably." Culberson was
designated as a performing soloist
on tho bones in pralso of tho Presi
dent. "Next" said Tillman "wo
havo Dying Swan Smiling Tom of
Colorado stato recently bought at
auction by ono Guggenholm and tho
Swansong is tho dirge for tho dying
Democracy in tho north stabbed in
lis vitals by Ben's pitchfork. His act
was very pathetic indeed and al
ways brings tears into tho eyes of
his audience. Iio likenet otner
Senators to mlstrel artists.
At 4:15 p. in. tho debate in the
Senato had become so personal that
on motion of Teller tho doors were
closed and tho vast throng in the
gallerlos and upon tho floor were
Tho Dally Panhandle today began
tho use of the now gas in r'aco of
gasolino for tho heating of its
Linotype machine." It works like
a charm. A fino largo arc burner
gas light will soon illuminate the
Dally Panhandlo business office
which onu will not have to light a
match to find. The addition of gas
to the city for light and teat will
prove a great convenience
Paris 111. Jan. 21. Of .the twen
ty throe victims ot the jSandford
isastor brought to St. - Joseph has
pital four may die. six isr' seriously
injured and others Injured about the
head and nock by particles.J of glass
and gravel. Several aro Jikcly to
lose their sight.
Four couples were given the sane
tlon of the law last weok tp Celebrate
tho rites of matrimony as follows:
David B. Almond to Miss Botilah L.
Jorden on the ISth; Phillips
to Miss Maude Foster on. the ISth;
V. I. Tale to Miss Susie Lee Hall
on the ISth; J A. Watson to Miss
Lizzie Fatterson on the ISth.
J'KItSONAL MKNT10N i
Conductor Georgo Kelly la attoinl
Ing court at Childress.
Dr. F. M. Johnston of Tcxlco
was in town yesterday .
ft IA StrlUNCfellow returned today
from a business trip cast.
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Aekloy of
Canyon spent Sunday in Amarino
W. D. Beach of Hereford
stopped over In Amarillo yesterday.
J I. Browor of Iho Illunko Coffee
company spent Sunday In Amarlllu
Frank Teaguo of Indianapolis
Is In Amarillo on a trip to tho south
Mrs. 'Auld of Canyon spent Sun
day In Amarillo with Mrs. Harry
Mrs. J. W. Kcnrby of Dallas is
visiting Mrs. A. L. McKnlght at
Miss Haines returned yesterday
morning from a month's visit at her
homo in Kentucky.
Ralph Gldley of North Mancbciw
tcr Ind. is hero getting acquainted
with tho great Panhandle.
Miss Bess Stringfellow returned
Saturday from St. Louis whero sh
has been for about thrno months.
Judgo Lon D. Marrs was down
Saturday from Kansas City for a
visit iith tho old timers in Amar-
illo. Miss Nook of Iowa wlio has been
stopping in Amarillo several days
left this morning for Carlsbad' for
a short visit.
II. It. Morrow of BokwcII stopped
over hero yesterday on his return
from tho hardwaro men's convention
at Kansas City.
D. J. Connell formerly Denver
agent at this point but now with
tho Rock Island at Kansas City is
cre visiting Amarillo friends.
Burnett O'Bryan returned this
morning from 1 a short visit in
Chancing. . Mrs. O'Bryan will
Channing" a fow
Torn Dempscy and Mr. Davison
of Washington county Iowa re
turned home this noon over tbo
Hock 'Island after a six days visit
in thoTanhandlo and Amarillo.
Georgo W. Hilton engineer on the
Pecos Valley returned yesterday
'f'i:om Chicago whero ho represented
tho Amarillo division at the big na-
tional convention of tho Brother
hood of. Locomotive Engineers. Ho
report perfect weather and a great
tinio in tihe windy city.
RETT Kit SERVICE NEEDED.
.There Is always to bo mado an
allowance for the troubles which
come to the operation of large
corporations especially in this
country whore It Is so far from tho
soureo of all machinery supplies
find whero competent labor is so
scarce. Yet with all duo allowance
there comes a time when forbearance
and patience ceases to bo a virtue'
und that time has about' como with'
the citizens of Amarillo in connec.
tion with tho service rendered them
by the Amarillo Water Light &
Somo tlmo ago when tho company
broko a pump and had to awaits
tho-expensivo arrival of a new pump
the company notified its patrons that
they would bo without water only
during certain hours and they
provided themselves and waited
patiently for repairs.
An entire month has passed slnro
this accident and it was reasonably
supposed that tho company was
prepared to furnish water regularly
but for the past week water has
been thut off any old time without
warning to patrons to tho great
inconvenience of tho general publla
which In' this city has como to use
city water almost exclusively.
Tho Dally Panhandlo Is not a
kVkt'iy'bitt it thinks the time has
arrived : when tho city authorities
should 'step in and demand a rem-
lar anlj .adequato water service .tor
thpT'-Vnyenionco and necessitM of.
jljjio'5 People Pf 'tho Water & Li:Jht
Co." If tho present company is goins
to b 'unequal to tho necessities Of
thai growing city then other ar-
rangements should be made for a
sufficient storage of water to last
the city for some time when
accidents which will occur have to
Something should surely ho done
and lthat at once to remedy the
'country. . . . s . L t.tr i .
i A A .$ V- n A 'V A A- A A f' A-'" '
1. r I i ...... .r
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
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/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .