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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 April 1907

j. THE WKEELY HERALD APRIL 25 I9O7 WORK FOR CLEANER CITY ''Health Officer Reports Con- they Hie properly executed without an advisory board composed of men who have a civic pride as Well as an interest in the welfare of our cit- izens. Very respectfully submitted W. W. SIIllUKY. City rhyslclan. CLOSES THE OPERA HOUSE The Last Performance Tonight crir'tiifi'iiWiti GrOIISI&i &OIN& GONE !!! For Improvement City Health Officer. W. W. Shi icy frobonlpii before tho city council ut the- meeting yesterday along wlih tlm record of hit inonili'H work a valu- able report on conditions In various parts of the town and at t h same tlrao pointed out tho need for their Improvement. The report follows: In presenting the record of my work for the month of March I beg leave to report on a part of work don n April to-wlt: In company with the chief of po- lice I Inspected the business part of tho city on polk Taylor Fourth and Fifth street also tho Iiowcry dis trict and boarding bouses hote...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 April 1907

TMG WEEKLY HERALD' APRIL 25 I0O7. FELL TO IIEII DEATH arly Harris Colored Woman Falls From Second Floor of -Building ; '' I '( From Wednesday's Dally. ) From tho oiortlj window -of ho of- fice of the State Bunding' &. Loan As- sociation od the second floor of tho Eaklo building.'; Mrs. Early Harris a young colorod woman full to bcr death' last night. s In thu room wlih her at the time van her husband Chad HarrlH and (ho la the only person who baa any direct knowledge of the wayln which tho woman foil from the window According to his account "which 'li borno out In tho main by the tes- timony of. others' ho bad been with the woman all evening and thoy had takca lnj the attractions of the car- nival together. Early tho wife bad been drinking and as thry left to go to tbefx home they had bottles of liquor with thorn. Harris says that ho hlmielf wn not. dnink. About II o'clock they went to the Eakle building where Harris In Janitor of several offices and he set about his work. The c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 April 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 25 1907. Full Text of tfi3 Address of President Bugbee of the Panlanrjla Stockmen's Association at Roswell Convention Special to Daily panhandle. loswell V. M. April 1 X. Fully 10000 strangers from the Panhandle hllVO been In Roswell the juist week attending the si nrl; MM'it'u convention. Everybody Is being properly cared fur and all visitors ari ctijo.'.liig tllPlllSclVt'S. T'.H' Hl'S.'ldliS of the fun- venllon It li v o hern licld In the new Baptist chinch which Inn i ) ' t been quite completed yet mid u r being largely attended. The parde of livestock took plac on Main street at noon today mid was very fine there belli;; one (if the finest dlspliy of hoives. and cat- tle ever scon In any exhibition. Two bands have been used to wel- come visitors ut each arriving train and furnish enlivening strains of mu- sic. Everything has been done by the citizens to make the gath'-rln.; a pleasant one. mid make ever) body comfortable and fee) nt hotti". Following Is t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 April 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD. APRIL 25. 1907. A IR 0 IS Panhandle Stockmen's Con vention Closes a Success- ful Meeting at 'Roswell jpeelal to Dally Panhandle. Itoswell. N. M. April 18. The Csttlemen's convention of the ran- tindle Stockmen's association held it rtoswell N. M i durlnc the pant Ihree diya closed Id sessions yet. larday and adjourned aaleotlDg amarlllo M tno placs for holding the meeting; to 1908.' It Is raid Imarlllo promised thi cattlemen street car rides a new opera bnuso Urtet paving plenty of water and ill other modern Improvement! which an up-to-date city of the prt tzt day li used to if they would meet In A mart I lo next year. The promisee caught the stockmen end . while there were many bids for the picetlng la 109 only the place for text year's meeting was chosen end It did not take much purauadlng to rlng the meeting to Amarlllo for the atockraen have met here before nd know something of the boapl talltjr ef the Queen city of the Plains Hundreds of people attended the f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 2 May 1907

Week y Herald 1 tie Stall tlbrirj luiiia VOL. XXII. AMARILLO TEXAS Tl UltDAY MAY 2 1907 NO. 18 SERIOUS AFFRAY AT SANTIAGO Sailors From American Late At yaipja.a Preag. ' ' ifoWlngton D. C May 1. Tho fc'cvy department has received a tcaWenrani from Coroauder Wood of Cbo Dixie tt Havana transmitting a sejrorfc from Commander Tappln of tn gunboat Tacoma now lying at Santiago Cuba atating that trouble had o4iurred between omn sailors ofi-hli ship on a shore leave ind the local autaositics. The dlspntcU prom- ises details latftr. JVhlli a full report of the affray at Santiago fa no yet at hand It la learned at the navy department that Commandor Tappan cubled that ton of tho parsonel of tho Tacoma wore Injured In an attack ty the police of fianttugo. One Harry Lop a fire- man has a fractured skull and a gun Shot in Wie lung. Ills condition la serious. Other- are not bo seriously hurt. Tappan's dispatch states that these men composed the liberty party of the Tacoma and were attacked by the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 2 May 1907

1 W Li THH WEEKLY HERALD HAY 2 1907 Now that the rain it over and the di-.st laid it it an ideal time (or PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING WE SELL The Celebrated Hammer Paint And are daily receiving new pat- tern of WALL PAPER GOLDING DRUG COMPANY PROFESSIONAL CARDS Thomu F. Turner V7 Boyes Turner & Boyce ATTORNKV3-AT-LAW Offloo Over Amarlllo National Sank. Amarllle Teass John H. Wills REAL ESTATE and ABSTRACTS Potter County Orpanieu Amarlllo Laid Out and John H. Will' Land Office Es- ahliahed in 1887. TEALE & CRUDGINGTON Lawyers Amarillo. - " Texas DR. J.J. IIANISA Disease of . . . Ere Ear Note and Throat. Glasses Fitted; - Room 7 and 8. Eheratndt Building N. J. WADE. Attorney-at-Law Reynolds Bids'. Tl. Worth T. Practice in State and Federal Court JliHiii-M of iwn-reide -fVt:- iwr" .vf'Wftioa. S.V. l'hone l. Dr. Horace M. Walker Osteopathic Physician Graduate of Americm School of Osteopathy Kirksville Mo. Offlct in Carson Bldd. Phons 33 James F. McFadden Of the Indiana Iniut and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 2 May 1907

r L I TtiU WEEKLY HERALD MAY 2 1907. SAYLOR & KENDALL THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP T Rtd tvmtni th Uuurjr m 1 on tToiy DUllM. Clothing for Men Suits $750 to $32.50 Odd Pants $1.00 to $6.00 Red Seal OveralIsf none better. Shirts Underwear Hats Caps Ties &c Clothing for Boys Suits $2.00 to $1000 Odd Pants 50c to $2.50 hoes for Men Work Shoes $1.65 to $6 Dress Shoes S2.00 to $7 Cowhide Calf skin Kan garoo Vici Kid Patent Colt Patent Kid. Slioei for 'Boys rium to ' Vici Kid Box Calf and Patent Colt for. boys 6 to 18 years old Fur .11 Cough nd itiliU in ipmlmf Ooi'it nom in. tyi Urn by lanuy moving tti. feoH.lt. A crtln -; r.li.f lor croyp and Nrly 'l o.h VjjJ&fc)'1t3 cough urw 's Hon.y4Trmor. LVt i ' Ih. tow.li content J .ij no Oi)iu. VV'I r KENNEDY'S imml pmroiio at th L.oKT'.r or g. O. D.WITT A 00. OHIOAQO U. 8. A. ACCOUNT' OF THE DON'T FAIL The next time you are In Ama- rillo to call and see how we handle our nice Suits. We used to pile them on tables like brush heap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 2 May 1907

o TV' v THE WEEKLY HERALD MAY 2 lpo7 THE WEEKLY HERALD TutilUhed weekly on Thursdays at 611 Polk Street. Araarlllo Texas. P. H. IIOEMK.Y PublUhrr. B. A. imEWSTEK Editor and Mgr. Entered at the rostofftce at Aroar- fllo Tetai a second clank mnll matter. Official Organ of City of Amarlllo and Totter Count ADVERTISING RATES. . Display 20c per Inch each Insertion. Locals 10o per inch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR The Herald will crane coming to you when your tlmo expire unless we are authorized to continue It. Should any aubserlber full to re ceive The Herald regularly please advise ui at once by card or tele phone. . Any error reflecting upon the haracter standing or rrputntlon of By person firm or corporation which niny appear In the col a ran of I he Herald will be uladly corrected upon It being brought to tb at tentlon of the publishers. THURSDAY MAY 2 1907. The proBpector and home seeker who has been In the Panhandle dur- ing the pint few days must have be- come convi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 2 May 1907

7 i " . I 4 THE WKEELY HERALD MAY 3 1907 7 u7 OFFICER KILLED AT TEXICfl Officer Shot and Killed Deputy Byrcn Parristi Yesterday By Special to DiUy Panhandle. Texlco N. M. April 2ii.- Deputy Shorirf V. K. Tlpiim was shot ami ilnwst Instantly killed here at about 10 o'clock a. m. yesterday. The jhootlng occurred In the White House saloon nnd the weapon used wus a Colt's revolver belonging to the deceased. The bullet penetrated Ihe head neiir the left eye. passing out above the left ear. ltyron Pa- rish constables nt I'ortalea wan jliirged with the It Mil nK. placed In ihe handH of the Texas offlcerH and laken to Hereford for the present. Story of the Killing. v fsc!al to Dally Panhandle. Texlco N. M April 25. Deputy beriff W. L. Tipton of this place was shot and killed this morning bout 10 o'clock by Constable llyrou ParlHh of Portales. Xhoy became Involved In an alter- cation and were clinched In each atbera arms when ParlHh reached tround and pulled u 45-caliber plHtol from Tipton's...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 2 May 1907

"y'vm -.. uJu- " v V y WEE THE WEEKLY HERALD HAY 2 !o07. ... 4 ' T! M i "11 t A cm niAirivin Amu IS KILLED Stotacl Killed By J. BJcrty- fl:!d a! Alahreed yesterday SOU KILLS THE SLAYER Ejt Secures Faiftar's 6an and Fatal Vsiids TutajfictJ-AII Parties Will Koova la Panbandls Bnodal to Daily Panhandlo. McLean Tfmi April 25. A dou ble killing occurred at Alanroed to day afooat 10 o'clock. Hoi. fl. Owens of Allanreod Texas wn kill ed by wml estate roan from Mex Ico bjr the nania of Turbeyfleld and Owen's son iibot and ktllttd Turbey field. Tbtfl about ill the reliable In formation obtainable at thli tlmo. Men Wrnt Widely Known. J. H. Turbeyfleld who killed the elder Owens h;U been In the Pan- handlo for ft number of yeara and haa wiually been In the cattle buslne. Ho resided In Hutchloaon county un- til short tlmo ago. Young Owem who killed his fath- er'! slayer attended school at the Amarillo Aradcmy and 4a voll known hero. Sol B. Owona the father wsh one Aceonnt of the Kflllng. From a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 2 May 1907

it THH WEEKLY HERALD MAY 2. 1007. FIRE PLUGS AND LIGHTS Thirty-one New Fire Plugs and Forty-five New Lights For a Greater City LOWER INSURANCE bOtincll Flans For Improvements Which Will Make Amarlllo Model Glly in Lights and Fire Protection (From Thursday's Dnlly Panlinndlo.) New flro plugs ami tin adequate lystem of street lights were the t op Ics that took up most of the tlma at a busy special meeting of the Standing Committees Appointed. Before the light snd fire piotec tlon question came up however tho mayor appointed the standing coun ell committees for the year na fol ' lows: sanitary Shaughnesscy Ander son and Nobles; street and alley W L. Thompson ShaughneHsey and L O. Thompson; flro and fire station L. 0. Tohmpson Nobles and W. L. Thompson; finance Nobles L. O. Thompson nd Anderson; water and light Anderson Shaughnossey No bles; ordinance Anderson L. O Thompson and Shaughnessoy. A new committee was cheated with L. O. Thompson Shaughnessoy and Ander ton as members on police ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 2 May 1907

'i:V . . . TUB WUKKLY MliRALD MAY 2 IV07. FIRE DESTROYS FOREMAN'S OFFICE (From W'nJneadny'a Dally.) Flro )aHt night hhorily before 10 o'clock totally destroyed th rcpnlr foreman'! office a small framo build ing in the rocoa Valley yard at the foot of Fourth stroH The condition of tha Hircots mad Jt JuipoRiilhle for tho firo ri'pnrlnii'U to r"Bnh the flro In time to be o any erlco further than rxUtignlnh Ing tho flames after they rrked tho building. Tho heavy how wagon hk-h led the way out of the station atuek repeatedly on tho wny to th flro and had to lio punned out of th holes by tho help of the hone men When tho wagon finally reached th fir tho team waa ao neirly wlndc that tho driver had to work with th hornea for some time to avoid ae rious Injury to them. As aoon as r line of hor.e was pn Into action the fooyu quietly swept out tho flames but there waa llttl left except the charred frame work of the bulldlntf. Tho origin of th flro la unknown as there waa no on Jn the offices ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 May 1907

. . toMuMWawtmrrfrvV fV t f ' y y rt'VO'f v t w . i f ' The Weekly Her U1 VOL. XXII. AMARILLO. Tl:XAS Tfjl RSDAY MAY 1907 NO. 19 -. . ' - t . .. ! ' OVERRULES MON IN MURDER TRIAL Judge Wood Overrules Motion for Bill of Par- ticulars in Haywood Trial On Ground Associated Press. Boise IdiikOt ay S. A motion for a bill of particulars filed by the defense in the case of W. n. Hay- wood secretary nnd treasurer of the Western Federation of Miners ebarged with the murder of formor Oovprnor Stouenhorg wan today de- Bled by Judge Kremont Wood. Counsel for defendant noted ex- ception to JudRe Wood's ruling. They then Announced they would be ready to proceed tomorrow morning. Hay FRACTURED HIS SKULL Boyd Citizen Found In Ft Worth Restaurant With Skull Associated Trees. Fort Worth May 8. A. B. How- ard 25-years old of Boyd Texas was found In a rcstaurnat at 1 o'clock this morning suffering from a frac- tured skull and may die. Farmer Next Congress. Uperial to Daily Panhandle. Fort Worth. May 8....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 May 1907

THE WF-FKLY HEi?Al.Dt HAY 9 1907 PROFESSIONAL CARDS Thomas 7. Turner W. Boycs Turner & Boyce ATT0RNEY8-AT-I.AW Offle Ovar Artiarlllo National Hana. Amariilo Ta lohn R Wills REAL ESTATE and ABSTRACTS Potter County Organlied Amariilo Laid Out and John II. W11U Ln! Owes lis- abliahed in my. TEALE & CRUDGINGTON Lawycri Amariilo Texas DR. J.J. IIAMNA. Disease of Eye. Ear Note and Throat CUiim Fitted. Room 7 and 8. Kberatadt Building N. J. WADE Attorayat-Law Practice In State ami Federal Court JHuinen of nou-resident given pet- on I attention. S. W. Phone 180. Dr. Horace M. Walker Cittopatblc Fhyilcian Graduate of American School of Osteopathy Kirksville Mo. Offlca In Carson Bld. Phona 33 James F. McFadden Of the Indiana Land and In- vestment Company of Mount Vernon Ind. has opened a 1 .1. A(rinA - uianv.il UIUV.G at Groom Texas R. E. EDMONSON. Jr. AUCTIONEER Public Sales of AU Kind Conduct? d Special Attention to Farm and Farm Property Household Goods Etc. Write me for Term and D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 May 1907

THU WEEKLY HERALD MAY 9 1907. 3 1. THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Cought and alt In eipclhrig Cole i Irom lha y- torn by ncnlly moving th Tha Rad CloTtr Blew aomand to rowali. A cailaiit j Honey B Is on arcry bottla. ranai lor croup and whoopmfcoush. riaarly all CM her V;h curn aa so n tl I pal Ing aDouilv Iho'iii eontainina ClLialfih Knnnedy'i Laaaiiva llonty A Tar movoi U Niw.li contain! KENNEDY'S tixATi rairiaiD AT Tiia LanAToaT nr B. a OaVVITT CO. i CHIOAQO U. a. A. TRUSTEES ELECTION GOT LIGHT VOTE Hardly a sixth of tho voting utrength (if tho district whs rcpro- Hentrd in tlic fieri Inn for Kchonl triiHif it Haturdiiy. Pew peojilo knew of the elef-tlon iind many of these were under tho Impression that the polls would he open till 7 an In otli- Pr clm!onn. From 10 till 4 howev- er are tho hours pot hy law for elec- tions of tho kind. Tho vote on tho six candidates on the ballot wan as follows; Strlngfllnw . 135 Lay 30 I.andls 62 Dcihonoy 60 Truelove 83 OnK 70 ' This a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 May 1907

H ' C -' V"-l THE WEEKLY HIIPALn MAY 2 !or7 THE WECKLY HERALD 'Published weekly on Thursdays at C 16 folk Street. Amarlllo Tm. V. E. IIOESEX I'tiblUhcr. 8. A. IJHF.WHTKIt Editor and Mr. Entered at th rostofflca at Aroar- lllo Texat at aecood claw mall mat ter. Official Organ of City of Aiuarlllo and Totter County ' ADVERTISING RATES. DUplay 20o per Inch each Insertion. Locals 10c per Inch each insertion. SUB3CIUPTION 11.00 FER YEAR. The Herald will rcaie coming to you when your tlnia expires unless we are authorized to continue It. Should any subsrrlhor full to re ceive The Herald regularly plenM advlsa us at once by curd or tele phone. Any errors rrfleclltg upon (tbe character standing or riputntton of any pcron firm or torporutlon which may appear In tho coliituna of The. Herald will tie glndly corroded upon ita being brought la the at- tention of the publishers. THURSDAY MAY 10 1907. UtO.M ISA 11 Y I.H'iJ. It accma to mo there's something s that I mips; .'..: I'm not just sure bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 May 1907

' V f TTT I THI2 WKI:ELY. HRRLD MAY 9 I9O7 DEFENDS SAIL 01 n v k The newest modes of the (ummcr season find expression In a beautiful showing of "Diimond Brand Pumps Oxford ond Button Ox- fords varying in price from $2.00 to $5.00 tKat add dis- tinction to tho moat fetchinj costume. 1 v.. J y . . . . a. uAnftt UACUT THFM I C will ftraXSrJBUm V Jff fL-flPT 7mT JUV uyVM.vwri MjN. y WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN jV V OTHER NOUJC- -CraA LOCAL imEVITJKS. 4. Highest cash prlco paid for fai bogs at the City Meat Market. 9t Rev. C. U. X. Ferguson has pur- chased from William Lay the Frank- lin residence on Eleventh and Taylor streets. Thomas Giles got a cable mes- eag this morning Haying that his father Henry Giles has arrived safe- ly at Liverpool. Jlo will spend the summer In England at his old home. F P. Schfcrsser is'tiWrtig n large two story framo residence and room- ing house ereftd .on thft cornero When your food has not been properly digested the entire system Is Impaired In the sani...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 May 1907

'I V T 1 'V1 TUP WHEKLY HERALD; riAY o I9O7. ONE EACH 111 DOUBLE HEADER Uosi Playlflg S CharasTirlzed first Two 6ames Between Alva and Canyon it Canyon Tuesday (From Thursday'! Dally.) Special to Dally Tanbandle. Canyon Texas April' 30. The first gamo of the doubU-heador played at Canyon City between that town's team and thn Alva Okla tram wai the tamest exhibition wit- reimed on the Canyon diamond so far tbli year. The- Canyon team batted the In dians out of the box Mltcholl hitting a borne run but tho Indians failed to connect with Wicker's mystic curves. The second game was quite as tame s the first owing to the cat and mouse tactlco used by the Canyon team. The first game being so ousy the home team went Into the game with too sure an air playing loosely until as Is always the case In such Instance the visitors piled up surh a heavy score thHt they could not be headed despite tho fact that "Pug" the kid pitcher was taken out and "OK Lady" Mitchell put Jn the box. Mitchell hit fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 May 1907

V THR WHEKLY HERALD MAY 9 1907. i READY FOR SPRING TEiffi District Court Will Have CroY. ded ' Session With Civil and County ami District Clerk Frank Wolflln luiH (uriil.'hi'il i tin foM iwiiiK t r py of tlio docket fur the hjirlii term of tho ilit rirt court uii set by V strict Judge Browning. Reldi-a the civil canes which are einniieraici! liere tho criminal esses which ll! coma up for Irliil beglnnlM:; the week of May 27 includes Mventl cum'h v. hlch will attnict wide hpicad at tentiou. The most liiiptirt.ini of these will bu the trial of the perHOtiJ inspected of complicity In tho mur- der of Foster Karl Dockray last Oc- tober. Tho Jury rlvll docket bculnnlii; Tuesday Miy It Is us follow: No. 3SS. J. K. Cowan vs. F. V. L I). C. Hy. Co. No. 4 'i j. S. A. Tetnple vs II. It. Sanborn el al. 610. F. pp. Towel! vs. F. W. & D. C. Hy. Co. Wednesday. May 1." liniT: No. G:!. Hen l-'i c:n:in vs. West- ern Union Telegraph company. No. 012. -R. I.. Strliisfellmv vs. William Noyce et al. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 9 May 1907

THE WliHKLY HI:Rad MAY 9. 1007. ALVA WILL OE NEXT Team Now Playing . at Canyon Be Next on Local Diamond Alva. Okl. will bo the next team to go agalnat the Amarlllo team on the grounds hers. The Oklahomani are euld to have bunrh of baaeuall men that play the game hard but tffey have not appeared In thin part f the country yet thia year ho the first Indication of thrir ability will be given In the uanaa which the team will play at Canyon. The Alva aggregation are at Canyon where the team la playing a aeries. They then go to Roswell for games with the Cadt ts on Friday and Baturdny. Mon- day they will bo in Amarlllo for a series of three games with the team here. In the meantime however Captain Foy will have a chHnce to try the mettle of hla men In aeries of ganlos t Canyon beginning Friday. The Kandall county people have unmis- takably got a good team and the games there will be the cloaoat coni tests yet played. The fielding and hltMng shown In the lat gme with Roswell was the kind t...

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