The Weekly Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 24, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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.nw:' ta-ALI). JANUARY 24 1907.
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THE WEEKLY HERALD
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atiGlO rlk Eireet Auiarlllo Texan.
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lllo. Texas as aecond class mull mat-
Official Orun of City of Ainnrlllo
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.. ;:. DAY JAN. 24 1907.
.; M .ltV ILXU KSIONS.
T'"e txcurhlong last week woro un-
godly tha largest since tho
r.lng of tho Panhandle country.
Tl:fy commenced to arrlvo Thura-
1y o.'fiiliiK ""J continued to Sat
urday morning. Kvory available
htopplng place In both hotels and
prtvuto honu-a wcro filed to their
caiarl'y with txeiirKlonlutn who. had
romo to look over thin plains coun-
try "where a fine farm la within tbo
reruh of rverjono of only molerito
rjeiiia. Tho l'anhanflo plulns Ja
the niot widely advertised country
In Amarlea today and boraiiHO of Its
'- In soil and tho vast variety of
I'fpn and abundant ylold per acre.
1 a opportunities hi;j 0 are such as
1 ill Internet tho (poor man ns well
s U10 rich whore Vapltal and la-
bor work togetWfr' hand In hand;
with a climate that l superb and
a flmy of absolutely rmro Tutor
which lii beyond compare." Huc'h art)
tlio conilltlDUM lion Hint il means
only a comparatively short tlmo un-
til tho Punlundlo will bo xottlcd
with ii fanner on every quarter rer-
linn and tho city of Amarlllo show-
InR a population upwards of 2."-
OOQ or .30000.
Where shallops are
Aud rlpiflr-B run
And fl.1 Ir.tp upward'
In tho sun ( '
And blrds'slng loud
And breezra blow
And cattlo'roine j
1 To drink and low ''
;Thlr di-rp ronteiit
And naked hoys v
With 11 idiout ami fulh
And' happy n'olrto . !
IHaport themsclvea '.'
There I would bo v
If only you
Wero thero with mo.
Hut slnco I'm not
Not thero at nil
Where breezes Mow'
And wild brdi'call;
And eattlo loV ' ""
llesldo iho brUilt '
Whcro they have nmbled
Down to drink". 0-
Slnco I'm not th( tj ;
Where urel)liln. ahuut '
And put their nhlrta on
limldo otif; 'J
Not thero at all ;
And eatmot b
I'm glad that you
Are here with mo.
And whatVtho dirrcienco
filnro ypu ; V'. ' 1
Are here and hlnco
Your ey"n rt bluo
Beam on nie so
1 hear tho aong
Of blrdn and llfo
Flows on along
A pleasant groove
Whcro blohHoma sway
And birds inako merry
Since J ran't bo
Afar with theo
It'i good to have
You hero with ujo
"HAIR - SAVER" THAT
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DANDRUFF IS A SIGN OF
Dandruff is now known to be a disease and a high-
ly contagious one that will in time destroy the hair
and entitle tmldnes.
The first indication of hair destruction is the apjcnr-
snce of dandruff although there is always considera-
ble injury to the scalp before dandruff finally appears.
The value of New bro's Herpieidc as an cradicator of
dandruff and as a saver and a bt-autifier of the hair
is now recognised by well posted jwuple everywhere.
It is the ORIGINAL remedy that "kills the dnudruf!
Hcrpieide is not a wonderful "discovery" nor is it
the result of a dream or revelation. It is simply a sci-
eotific germicide and prophylactic for the scalp and it
is the first and only successful one to be comiHumdcd
in harmony with Trof. I'nna's theory. Prof. I'nna
the dermstologist of Hamburg Germany (ask your.
doctor aliout him) was the first to advance the belief
that dandruff itching scalp and falling hair are caused
by an invisible growth of vegetable character in the
sebaceous glands of the scalp.
Send 10c la stamps to The Herplcide Company Department L( Detroit Michigan.
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Two sixes at Drugstores 50c and $1.00
Roach 'Bf?tig' Co
There wa niridy ft "I'ji'' "W
ljt' tlio IMUi d fllatfg :h y iti
'ilian j-"t a. It.'.i) M n l H
n-pm' w Ifii Mu erltlci' a'l trlmiuVd
flown tho fliu) gcnllenien who have
been criticising III in In pi'"P"r fi'i.h-
lo!. Tfi'J show yjpw pn IV'envtlng
juid pcr.ual that. 1 I .Senator Teller
'wecured thn cbmlnjc ('!jlt'1" "
and excluding "f micctiitoVs from the
Hallei-lex In older to l)iillalll the
Mli'iilty" of that au;:ut.t body of
' The (iinimlit'i'j who nre to n-p-riMiit
Amarlllo at the Tr.ins-.Mh-
noiui Dry ( ingr'hs 111 J iciivcr uic
lib and 2.t!i should nil be pres
ent when tie1 '((invent Ion openn. The
dltor of the Daily r.-'iiihamlle re-
nin hi Inability to 11. lend. There
'iarn plenty of oiIlt older residents
111 the committer who v 111 see that
'Vhlti eity and locality la properly
As noted In yesterdays jiaper tin:
Panhendlo l not the only jlaco In
the country wlwro th;. winds blow
"it nd severely too. In liilf falo two
'women were killed as a result of
ihe wind and mill !ii of damage
wan dono by the teril'lc. K.".le.
Tbo Dally Panhandle lian received
tho program of tho Tenth Annual
Convention of tho National Live-
stock HHMoclntlon whluh Is now In
nesslon at Denver and continue to-
morrow. It la a most Intercut ins
Thlnga are becoming Interesting
down at Austin In tho Ilalley fight.
til 111 Amarlllo Is wthout a reg.
Ular and permanent water supidy.
In'liislrial laliicitlloiinl Meeting.
Special to Dally Panhandle.
Austin Tex. Jan. 22. Prominent
educators and citlzeim from all parts
of Texas nro hero today to take part.
In tho rally of tho Tex'as Industrial
Kducatlonal association which has
for lis purpose tho spreading of the
Industrial education Idea. Judgo V.
W. CJrubbtt of flreenvi'llo Is chairman
of tho exeeutlvo committee and
lender In tho movement.
GROWS IN POPULARITY
iTV . ttmSTS IE it. A Wi
DANGER TO THE
The ivestigatiotis of. Prof. Cnna and other noted
dermatologists prove what many have learned by act-
ual experience viz: that ordinary hair remedies arc in-
effectual to prevent hair loss and that to be successful '
the dandruff germ must be destroyed tmd kept out of
the seal). -
' The success of Ncwro's Herpieidc lias demonstrat-
ed to the people at large the incorrectness of old theo-
ries relative to treating the hair and scalp. Kveti the
Manufacturers of other hair remedies recognize the
inevitable nnd one by one they arc changing their
remedies to conform to the germ theory of dandruff.
Hut why experiment with remedies that have not
been tried? Herpieidc is the original success so why
bother with substitutes at any price?
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More men and Wanien have rotten positive
results from tlie..U5e of Nejvbro's
than from all ctnr iiairretneuie
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to Tin: TKAhiv
A Vnrlely of Make of Piano Offer-
(l by (j. II Jic Hio
Interviewing Mr. (1. II. Jackson the
piano man who In enjoying a hejilthy
growing luiidnecs ho states In n
Dally paiibandlo representatlvo that
ho U not hero for a few days but
Is liern to stay nnd that ho Is not
s' lllng pianos at cn:.t nor below
eosf but at living- prices only nnd
earning a lino "f maluH lint art
familiar to every one. Our nloch
coii;lHtn of makea which have been
on tho market for nearly fitly years
and If tho public nro looking for
price!! and not quality we can fuj'-
nl: h pianos 11:1 low aa $ 1 1 n . 0 0
Killed M.111 at Wedding I'east.
Sjieclal to Dally ranh nidle.
Knoxvllle Tenn. Jan. 2 2. Sam
Jlowcrtun a white man of Claiborne
county who while drunk shot Into
n bonne where a wedding feast was
In progrosa and killed 0110 man will
bo hnnged for tho crime this week.
Ills lientenio linn been affirmed by
tlio statu supremo court.
KOSWT.LL WILL AITUAK.
Coiliuiei'cliil ( l.il) Will Proei ut
Claims Ibfoie (""iniiilloii.
Special to Dally Panhandle.
KoHwell N. M Jan. 22. The
Ito.well Coniniercl.il cluh on behalf
of Koswcll and tlio Pecos Valley
towns will make a determined ef
fort In tbo hearing before tho inter
iitalo commerce commission In Am
nrilo on tlio 2Tith to havo tho rates
on freight to Pecos Valley points
lowered. Tho Kauta Fe tcm
which Is made th0 defendant In these
nrocecdiniat bns filed nn answer
claiming among other tilings that
tho Pecos Valley roads nro not dl
redly under control of tho Santa
Fo PVhtem. Tlio'Ji'tiOTiercial eltil)
as tho ilaiiiiff.MralB'?4 AtU'r
ney Cowan or rort vrm-ui imu wm
endeavor to prove J hat tho present
high ratos nro unDilr.t and that the
ronrt ih vm ni-stifa proper consid
era'tio'n for tho'giA-Vh "of business
In this territory... .
Lands for Sale
Tlic American Pastoral Com-
pany Limited is now offering
fur sale sitiKl'-' sections of farm
lands and Mocks of five thou-
sand to fifty thousand acres of
grazing lands in the old I. X.
Kami) near Amarillo Tan-
tandk" of Texas. Apply to
vS. j. Gilmore
Agent and Attorney-in-Fact
P. 0. Box 1547 Denver Cloo
.Minnexilo Seiuiler lie-elected
St. Paul Minn. Jan. 111. I'nlted
Stales Senator Knuto Nelson wus to-
day ( lected to succeed himself by
the Minnesota legislature which
met In Joint nesslon for tho pur-
pose of ratifying tho decision of tho
County IN-poMtory Notice
To all Hanking Incorporations
liaiiklng Associations and Indi-
vidual Hankers In Potter County
You nro hereby notified that on
Monday Feb. II 1007 at 10
o'clock a. in. at tho courthouse In
Taseosn Texas Iho bids and pro-
posals of thHo dishing to be se-
lected ns tho Depository of the
County Funds of said Oldham
county from April 13 1907 until
sixty days after tho second Monday
in February 1901) will be received
publicly opened and passed upon
by tho commissioners' court of said
All bids must bo 'delivered to mo
on or before said February 11
1 ; 0 7 . accompanied by a certified
cluck for IL'IIO as provided by law.
Tlio amount of bond required will
Witness my official signature at
Taseosa Texas this January 14
1!I07. K. F. MeKlMMON
County Judge Oldham County
Call for Stockholders' Meeting of
(lie IVcoh & Northern Tex"s
To tho stockholders of tho Pecos
& Northern Texas Hallway Compa-
ny: You are hereby advised that
tho Hoard of Directors havo called
a meeting of tho stockholders to
ho held In the City of Amarlllo
County of Potter State of Texas at
tlio principal office of tho Comp.my.
on the Hth day of March 1907 to
consider and act on a proposition to
authorize tho execution by the Com-
pany of a mortgngo on all of Its
railroad properties now owned and
hereafter acquired to secure bonds
in the sum 'of $15.0(10000 such
bonds to bear Interest at tho rate of
six per cent per annum nnd to ho
payablo thirty yoara from tdato
thereof so much of siid bonds as
may be requi cd fhere'jr to bo used
in retiring the bonds tlio Com-
pany now outstanding t'e balance
of said bonds to bo used for eoti-
st 1 net ion and extensions and such
other purposes as may bo deter-
mined by tho Board of Directors
and that this notlco Is given to you
by order of tho Hoard of Directors.
DON A. SWKKT
' To farmers and land owners
within a radius of six miles of Am
arillo or nearby railroad towns:
Whereas wo have a number of
buyers wanting farms near good
railroad towns respectfully ask you
to list your property with us for
DO IT NOW. Our buyers arc
coming on next excursion.
TUB CAUTWKIC.HT- JONS LAND
Phone 721. office 1196 Fifth St.
County Depository Notice.
To all Hanking Incorporations
Banking Associations nnd Indi
vidual Bankers in Potter County
Notice Is hereby given that on
Monday the eleventh day of Feb-
ruary. 1907. at the courthouso in
Amarillo Texas tho bids and pro-
poials of those desiring to bo so
wwir.1 na tho denository of the
county funds of said Potter County
under tho provisions of Sectums 20
to 33 Inclusive of Chapter 161 of
the Gtneral Laws of the . Twenty-
ninth Legislature will be received
pulillcly opened and passed upon
by tho Commissioners' Court of said
iAU bids must be delivered to mo
not later than 10 o'clock a. m. on
tho 11th day of February. 1907
and must bo accompanied by certi-
fied cherk for tho sum of Three
-- ' . 1 - ii!rrd bv
Bond will l3 required of tho suc-
cessful bidder aud the amount f
such bond will bo fixed by the
Commissioners' Court before such
blds.aro opened nnd considered.
Wit net s my hand aud seui of of-
fice at Amarlllo Texas this tho
1 1 111 day of January 1907.
SAM K. MKUKII.L
County Judgo of Potter County
FKOM Till: AMTLLFS.
'h;miliernn Cough Iteine'ty lien
cliis a CHy (011111 lmau at
KiuuNoti JhiiiiiIi a.
Mr. V. Oiteilly Fogarty who Is
a member of the city council at
Kingston Jamaica West Indies'
writes as follows: "One bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy had
good 1 1 feet on a cough that was
giving me trouble and X think I
should havo Iwen move quickly re-
lieved If I had continued the rem-
edy. That it was beneficial nnd
quick in relieving me there Is on
doubt and It Is my Intention to ob-
tain another bottle" For sale by
Guiding Drug Co.
ORIUN'AM I! NO. 111.
An ordinance regulating tho run-
ning of automobiles and vehicles
similarly propelled In tho City of
Bo It ordained by tho City Coun-
cil of tho City of Amarlllo. Texas:
Section h Any person who shall
run or cause to be run any auto-
mobile or other vehlclo similarly
propelled along or upon any street
alley or other public grounds In
tho City of Aniarlilo Texas; at a
greater rato of speed than six miles
per hour glial 1 bo deemed guilty of
a misdemeanor nnd shall upon
conviction thereof be fined in any
sum not less than five nor more
than twenty-five dollars.
Section 2. Any person running
or operating any automobile or
other vehicle similarly propelled
upon the streets of Amarillo Texas
shall give a distinct alarm when
approaching any street crossing by-
blowing a horn or whistle or sound-
ing a bell or gong; and any per-
son violating this section shall be
fined In any sum not exceeding ten
dollara for each offense.
Sictlon 3. Any person who s'lall
run or operate any such automobile
eir other vehicle similarly propelled
In said City of Amarillo without
having first bad not less than thir-
ty days actual experience nnd train-
ing in such capacity shall bo deem-
ed guilty of a misdemeanor and
shall upon conviction bo fined In
any sum not to exceed ten dollars.
Section 4. F.ach automobile or
other vehicle similarly 'propelled
which Is run In said City of Amur-
lllo on the stivota or other public
grounds thereof shall bo numbered
nnd the number registered In such
manner nn is provided by Ordinance
No. Ill of this city regulating Gift
numbering of vehicles used for
hire whether such automobile or
other vehlclo similarly propelled is
uesd for hire or not; and all provi-
sions nnd penalties prescribed in
said ordinance No. 141 regulating
tho numbering nnd registering of
Lfwauamii 1 hiiiim m n 1 mi 'ttaaaaaiwniajierf
DiamsoNac? t CAHNERS
Cleanest Cannery in
Illinois. Clean as
Your Own Kitchen."
. Visitors welcome in aUelepart-
merits at all hours add seasons
Justice Brand Corn and'
Pure and Clean
Ask for Recipe Booklet.
Insist l'pei;C:-'.og Justice Brand
At all Grocers.
tho numbers of vehicles used foi
hire shall apply to the numbering:
and registering of the numbers ofV1
uiiloiiiolilles slid oilier vehicles sim-
ilarly propelled whether tho same
bo used for hire eir not.
Section .1. ' Tills ordlnaneo shall
he In full Urre and ell'ect from and
aft r Its pawsugu and publication as
provided by law.
Parsed by the City Council of the
City of Amarlllo Texas on tho 2nd
day of January A. D. 1907.
Afprovid Ibis th6 2nd day .of '
January A. D. 1 907.
WILL A! M1LLKR. JR.
Mayor of the City of Aniarlilo
(Attest:) v SAM .1. HKOW.W
Oltll. i: NO. 11:).
An ordinance further defining
nuisances providing for their
abat '.-incut and providing a penalty
for their mainleance. :
Ho it ordained by tho City Coun-
cil of the City of Amarlllo Texas:
Section 1. All closets not con-
nected with tho public sewer and
nil cesspools and all other build-
ings of structures of any kind what- .
soever not connected with the pub-
lic sewer and used for the deposit
of houseslops or excrement from
tho human body aro hereby declar-
ed to bo nuisances and their use
prohibited; and any person who
shall use; eir permit to be used 011
any premises owned occupied r
controlled by him nny such cess-
pool or any closet building or struc-'
ture not connected with tho public
sewer nnd used for tbo deposit ot 1
houseslops or e-xcrenii nt from tho
human body shall bo deemed guil-
ty of a. misdemeanor and upon
conviction shall bo fined in any.
sum not to exceed fifty dollars for-
each offense; and each and evvry .
day that this ordinance is vloliVod
shall constitute a separate offense.
It Is provided however that nor.
person shall bo convicted for UidtV?
n closet or cesspool In such manner"
as may bo provided by ordinatico
when such closet or cesspool Is lo-
cated on any block In tho city into
which the public sewer dots not cx-
lend; and it Is further provided
that work men engaged In tho ctm-
struction of a business house or res-i
Idetico located on any block In tho
city may use n closet not connected
with tho public sewer whilo en-
gaged in tho construction of Biicn
business house or residence.
Sedlon 2. Upon tho conviction
of any poison for maintaining a
nuisance as provided in Section 1
hereof such nuisanco shall ho abat-
ed In tho manner provided in Scci
21 of Ordinance No. S3 of t his city
Section 3. This ordlnaneo shall
bo In full force and effect from nud
after ninety days from Us passage s
Passed by tho City Council of thfl
City of Amarlllo Texas on tho 2nd
day of January A. D. 1907.
Approved this tho 2nd day tl
January A. D. 1907.
WILL A. MILLER JR.
Mayor of the City of Amarlllo -
(Attest:) SAM J. BROWN. "
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