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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 4 July 1907

IMU WKEBLY HERALD JULY 4 I9O7 ELECTION WILL DEC!0E Citizens Choosing Between Davenport and Nunn Fran- chise Today. At the rlty building torVay tho flection board appointed by tho may- or Is canvassing the opinion of the citizens of Aiiiarlllo on the telephone question a they hip expressing It at the polls on the telephone question. The ballots allow the voter to record his preference for the franchlso of tho Aniailllo Telephone company (tho Nunn company) or for the fran- chise of tho H. II. l;ivonport com- pany. Not until the votes are finally counted after the polls closo at 7 o'clock can the result of the voting No far bo definitely told. At 3:30 this afternoon IT! votes had been cast. It Is thought that many votes of working 'men. office men and railroad men will bo recorded later this iifternoon. Doth tho applicants are bound un- der bonds which they have had re- corded to take action on as soon as a franchise Is granted. Tho Ama- rillo Telephone company declares Its lutein Ion ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 4 July 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 4 I9O7. 1 ' 1 1 '''A V; 1.7 A D E USE if4tchet Sparks .Smashed Tomberlin Across Skull in Back Yard Fight (From Saturdnjr'8 Dally.) Because William Tomborlln a car- penter living with tilii widowed sla- ter Mrs. Harrington at 205 Jackson showed a disposition to Interfere with a Ilttlo hair pulling match In which Mra. Sparka had engaged Mm. Herrlngton Sparki chopped him ov- er pTfr head with a hatchet lont night In the back yard on Jackaun utroot Tombcrlla 1 in bed today with a big gash across hla akull Hut came near ending his II fo and Sparks Is In the county Jail to face a serious charge. Mrs. Molllo H. Herrlngton Is a widow who supports herself and her children by washing (for families. Che owns her own borne on Jackson fclreot and enjoys a uniformly good reputation In the neighborhood. Her younger brother has been occupying a tent In her yard and has been workrng as a carpenter In Amurlllo. To help out ier other means of mrpport Mrs. Herrlngton keeps a coir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 4 July 1907

THE WHEKLY HERALD JULY 4 1907. WILL GO TO CLARENDON Editors Adjourn This Morning Alter Royal Entertainment at Plainelew Special to Dally Panhandle Plalnvlew June 27. What the members pronounro ono of the most successful meetings tho association lhag ever held was ended hero thin morning when tho North went Texan press association adjourned slno dlo. In attendance thero have bson larg- er meetings but In tho Interest tak- en and In the entertttlnmet furnlHhud by tho people of Tlalnvlew this con- vention deserves to bo set apart at notable. Elaborate Munquct. The crowning feature of Plain- view's entertainment canio last night when the editors and their families eat at the banquet with the citizens of plalnvlew and were nerved by a corps of plalnvlew ladles with a feast that reached every editor's' heart. Tho banquet was set 1n the bleating rink which had beeii trans- formed by the deft hands of the la- dles In preparation for the event. At the tables UiHt night were seated the editor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 4 July 1907

TUB WEEKLY I1BKALI) JULY 4 1907. PRESBYTERIANS PLAN PANHANDLE SCHOOL 'Jl ew col log or training school lq the psnhsndlo to be organized en- (lowed md maintained under tho control of the National Presbyterian church Is one of tho projects now a foot Whcra this institution la to bo loratod Is (till to he doclclod but at tho lint meeting of the Trt a byterf for this dutrlct tho delegates definitely determined uyon the en terprlso and a commission was ap pointed to take charge of tho plans. Tho commlsMon whlrh consists of I C. Klrkcs of Aninrlllo h cluilr man; Retr. Pulton of Wlch'ta Falls; Rev. M. 11. Frank of Canadian; Hon. John II. StrphfUH. of Vernon; J. A. Kemp of Wichita Falls and M. W Cunningham of Amarlllo has Just Issued an address to tho people of the district which out Hobs the plans as follows. "It Is proponed to limit tho scope of this Institution to the work of tho academy or training school with music and business departments and not to undertake university or col- lets w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1907

I The Weekly erald I. VOL. XXII. AMARILLO. TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 18 1907 NO. 20 union CONNECTED WITH VIOLENCE Witness Introduced By State in Haywood Gase Defends Deportation and Tells How Agreement Secured With Union Leader Stopped Riot ftfi. 1st.' ! . j Associated Trrf.i. Boise Idaho .inly 17. On tho opening of court this morning At- torney Richardson notilled the state that tho defense desired three of the ftate'8 witnesses to remain In town. Judge Wood announced that prior to the opening of tti" argument he would notify the counl iih to thn mala points in tho evidence on which lie would J nst rm-t tho Jury. Attor- ney Darrow for th( defense announc- ed thnt tho rebuttal for tho defense would bo very short. I'nlon Lender Controlled I lit Firing. O. M. Sackett of Tellurldo Colo. tor fifteen yours mi employe of tho Smuggler I'nlon mine tho flint wit- noss of the day told his personal ex- perience in tho hi riot at tho Smug- gler union In 1!Hi. said that he and several other employes w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 18 1907 PROFESSIONAL CARDS John H. WiUi REAL ESTATE and ABSTRACTS Potter County Organlied Amarlllo Laid Out mi John II. Willi' Uu vuic taMUhed in 1H87. DH. J. J. IIAINNA DitC Of Ey Ear No nd Throat CUiim FltUd. Rooms 7 and Kherstadt Building N. J. WADE. AUoraty-at-law R.rnUi Biarf. r. WortH.T. Practice in State and Federal CourU flutinea of non-reniflmU Riven rr cnal attention. S. W. Phone j8o. fames F. McFadden Of the Indiana Land and In vestment Company ot Mount Vernon Ind. bas opened a branch office at Groom Texas iriusicsiHii i-i " at a. auaaTTia u. im Prompt Service When you notify us by tel- ephone or otherwise to call . for vour package we don't say "All Right" and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call the same day within a few minutes if you are in a hurry and we deliver the laundered clothing at the time agreed upon. Good work and prompt ser- vice does the combina- tion appeal to you? Put us to the test. Troy Steam Laundry Phone 42. Dr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1907

e rWV V-V T . ...... I THE WKIiliLY hliRAM) JULY 18. !o()7 1 MEXICANS IN WRECK Two Killed In Accident to Work Train Near Texico Yester- day Afternoon (From Kiidiy's Dally.) Two Mlll'fl (wo perhaps latally won tnJ.id ; 1 1 1 t icm'm more wlili seri- ous InJurlcH. In t In 'result of mi ac- cident mi a work train near Texico htelday ifl.. iinoii All l tin dead ami wounded are Mexicans. Tin' nu n In din accident belonged to I In1 work pjiiK Hint are now en- gaged la I'cliullilliijj the track be- tween liDvln.i n jul Texico for tho transcontinental Santa Fo lino. Yes- terday the work Iniln having on board ni i).s t of Die slcti gang hi dried liiirk to Texico. A number of tho laborers were silling on an open flat car on which wore several steel Tills. In some way oiio of t ho rail which projected over the end of tile J.ir became dislodged was over- balanced nd lipped over till it. truck the mound. In an instant the -mllon of the train jtnlnt the mil wept every man In Its path off the ear....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1907

V THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY .8 lo07 THE WEEKLY HERALD PublUuel wtekly on Thursday at CI 6 Pollt StreU. Amarlllo Texas. 1 K. lJOKSEV 1'ulilUlirr. 8. A. IUlEttSTEK Editor and Mgr. Entered it the postofflce at Amur- Ilia Texas at second clasii mult mai ler. Official Organ of ('Iff of Amarlllo nd potter County ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20c per Inch each ItiMortlon. Locals loc per Inch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR. Tbo Herald will cease coming to you whon your time expire unions we are authorized to continue It. Should any subscriber fall to re- ceive The Herald regularly please idvU u at once by card or tele- phone. Any errora reflecting upon tie character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may apxar In the cold mm of Ihe Herald will be gladly corrected upon Ita being brought to the at' Icntlon of the publishers. THURSDAY JULY 18 1907 TIIE WAY TO BHADOWTOWN. Bway to and fro In tho twilight gray Thla la the ferry for Shudowtown ft Ball away at the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1907

TUG WEEKLY HERALD JULY 18 1907. s I'UItSOXAL MENTION. . 4.4.. W. II. Alexander of McLean wan in town yesterday. J. L. White bus returned from a biiblnoHB and pleasure trip to Louis- iana. ' H. 10. Edmondson. Jr. Ik here from Claude looking after business af- falrH. Mr. und Mrs. R. M. Love and chll- diPii lire back from a trip to tholr old homo at McKlnney. F. LctfniRc of iho Monarch Lund & Loan Co. has gone to Mackwell 1. T. on 11 litislnfKj and pleasure trip. "i r." nd"".Tr7'l (" ";." U int. "it re "a t -tending Iho moft ln of th Pan- handle Medical association at IMain- view. Herman Gartner of Houston Is hero looking after the business of the insurance gem-rul agency ho repre- sents. Volney 10. Sayre of Tcxlco ramo up yesterday to accompany Mrs. Sityre homo from the sanitarium where she had been under treatment for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Iiainsey Mrs. Phil Tallin. Mrs. Olln Haley aud Miss Ella Heath of Cleburne stopped ov er In Amailllo today en route lor Port;iles ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1907

r'i"'"''ii'"- THR WI-UKLY HI-RALl). JULY iR I0O7. SPENDING VACATION How the Various Dispensers ol Liquid Refreshments Are the "Drouth" Passing tlt.g hi hull dog hll KreiJ Hudson will MholMt hln fa'tier-ln law to llirrxd hU wheat ci- "John fiUIt t Is hiding uu'tT the shadoof the tiem' while the 'trfu; h $w on and J14 very nimforinblr." Thla U the story of how the army of dlspensera of liquid refreshments lit putting n IM time during their enforced IdlencM as tnhl'fyy onn of Dm gang and If nny one of .Mm hoys lis tiiTn omitted r nilft fd he niUHt li .uti" It it i to tho mit.oclutloii chronicler. I (from Baturday's Dally ) Wklle the drouth I on there la quit small army of the "hoys who mix the different dotoctlonH lu the raiorU of Amarlllo aurh as "lom" and "abort" toddlea "rick eye." "mint Jullps" and "mint mashes" high balls" "aoura" etc who are thrown out of employment though their pay on Just the same tilt the question o opening up the plarea again la settled. Some of tho boya are ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1907

totwrf i'"l''tll''lf"l' 'V THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 18 1907. PLAINVIEW IS IN LINE Not Equal to Amarilfo Variety and Lose 7-0 Score Yesterday (From Thursday's Daily.) After dropping Tuesday's gumc to TlHlnvlcw the local Athlt-tes present- ed one of tho strongest lln up of the season and won a nifty content woll pitched by Dan Gullegos and well played by tho entire Amarlllo team. Tho Amarlllo team could do very little with Carter and should have been held to one run a clean homer over left field fence by "Dug- gnu" Stone. Hm this would have been enough the way GallosoB wan going along. Mike Hollander's work at short . Htop was a large and elegant fe.it uro of tho contest. Mr. Hollander made several play which were on the sen- sational order. They vailed from Rolns over back of second b;ise and taking an apparently safe hit to leaping Into the air and pulling down a line drive. McMahan also played a skillful game and hit hard while Stone's work behind the bit was equally us good as Mahan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 July 1907

"w I THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 18 1907. LOCAL nRKV!Tli;S. " Mr. S. P. McKlnney ha ao-riit- ti a poHltlon In the btoro formerly owned by him the Amarlllo Kurnl- ture Co. now owned Ly 51 r V. 1' Dwry. Your brain goog on a trll when you ovetload your htoninch; both nerd blood to do bn!niH. Nutrl tlon la what you want and It coiiu-h by taking Jlolllbtpr'a Rocky Moun tain T". 35 cents Tea or Tublota 8oId by J. V. McQueen Drug Co. 27 1m Mr. J. V. Caldwell jcKtenl.iy Bnt a largo club to Hiyan'a Coni' moner at 60 cents ca. li for the ywir. Others wantlne It can get uumo through Mr. Caldwell. " Nearly all o!d-fuKhlnned roiiKh yrupa aro rnnntlpatlnir cnpi;clnlly thooe that contain opiate. They don't act JiiKt rlht. Kennedy'H Laxative Cough Hyrup contalna no oplatea. It drives tho cold out. of thft ayntcm by gently moving tho bowels. Contains Honoy and Tar and tauten nearly a good as maple lyrnn. Children ilk It. Hold by L- O. Thompson A Bro 27 lm Th Tulla baseball team ramn up yesterday on the t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 July 1907

) '"'-v The Weekly Heirst! VOL. XXII. AMARILLO TRXAS .THURSDAY JULY 25 1907 NO. M) ORGANIZE NEW CLUB Enthusiastic Meeting of Busi- ness Men Discuss New Com- mercial Ciiiti (or Amarillo The movement for the organwa- tioa 01 lin m imi- fi ( niiiniri i e or romoiori ial sk-ci lit ton if the hnl reps men of tho ci'.v win. h lug been O'trtlv under way lor pa.-l few lvs. and the miI"'- of inform il dm. otisslnn among lM.fii:. resulted in 1 meeting of a i" ii ii m lf r of nu- rlllo burines;; men in Hi" munis of the Stycet l?i ay company at 4.;;o o'clock ye: tord.iy evening n en th'H'asttf noiM'tiPsi had. ihnn he- leg present some thirty-live or lorly U hiving been impohsihln to inch rraov of h menh.ints. great Dumber who were iMiihlf to h preh- eat signified their hearty rn op-ration with t li purpose of li mecing and promised finanlcil aid and mor- al iuppoit. It teemed In be the general desire that H. B. .sanhnrn act ;ih chairman of the meeting ami I. J1. Mitchell ip tx3crfl.il. Mr. Sanb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 July 1907

yMrV'r'i'lT' IHb WctJKLY HfciKALD JULY 25 19U7 PROFESSIONAL CARDS John H. Willi REAL ESTATE nd ABSTRACTS Potter County Organlwd Atnarlllo Laid Out and John H. Willi" Land Office Ea- tablUbed In 1837. OR. J.J. MANNA Dlnii of Eye. Eur Note and Throat Glasses Fitted. Rooms 7 nd 8. Ebentadt Building N. J WADE Attornty-at-Uw nidg. rt.tvrkT. Practice In State and Federal Court Buainens of non-residents Riven per- onil attention. S. W. Theme l&o. James F. McFadden Of the Indiana Land and In- vestment Company of Mount Vernon Ind. has opened a branch office at Groom Texas fcieMUSICte MiWuHeilNUtMi AO its lew ws. mvm. ts. M i m m HICC An iMUim n-sos-- fww hhh m. Prompt Service When you notify us by tal- ephona or otherwise to call for your package wa don't ny AM Right" and then wait for two dy befora wa coma for it. . Wa call the same day within a few minutei if you are In a hurry and wa deliver the laundered clothing at the time agreed upon. Good work and prompt ser- vice does the combin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 July 1907

TMR WKEELV HERALD JULY 2s Igfj; TO PROMOTE CREAMERY Land Man Tells of Rig Project lor Settlement of Tract North of AmariUo granted by f H' commission hut the Intersil' ralUavn had Ignored this and w charging the old rate Sena lor '' h 'l won tho case hnr fore Ihn commission and as hi had ma K H1ir(al Hlndy of thfl.l- filtt 'hWHS lMn rljs'Ut man lo ap- pear or" ' Ih" Intcrslalft cmnmts- Hln'rt.' '''he contention of Senator Voa)'a confirmed hy (hn Inter- nminu.hiiin a few daH ago the leal of which will dn Ihn Panhandle Hjrtn great Kod. And then ho fA representing tho people ami uoti to railroads In tho contest." . mk. wi th:rlai iFrv I am confident that tno K roHt ff . . amy renin try In America iiu ho dq Vimvr llcsldcnt nf Amarillo ieN at finpna in iim Amnrlllo territory . TliomN Oklahoma ''"'0 i(. K. Allen tho other .t.V iJ im-h ivqiui necordlUg to tho Foi Worth Uncord imported who mot hi 'hfro. Mr. Allen It will bo remoi- Tiered recently purchased tho rumal- Ing LX ranch land north...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 July 1907

i 1 y W V .- 1 -1 ' THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 25 loo7 THE WEEKLY HERALD Publluhed weekly on Thursdays t 610 Polk Street Amarlllo Texas. P. K. IIOESEN PublUlirr. . A. ItREWHTKK Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Poslofflce ut Amur Mo Texas an second claso mall mat ter. Official Organ of Cltjr of Amaiillo and Potter County ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20c per inch each Insertion Locals 10c per Inch euch lnsortlon SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR The Herald will cease coming to you when your time expire uulcss we are authorized to continue it. Should any subscriber fall to re celve The Herald regularly 'plouse advise us at once by card or teio phono. Any errore reflecting nnon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In the coldnins of The Herald win bo gladly corrected upon its being brought to the at- teution of the publishers. THURSDAY JULY 25 1907. TODAY. Other wins will shine hh golden Other Nkles bo J tint as blue Other toulh winds blow bh softly ...

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

THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 25 1907. 5 4 e4 . l'IKSO.VAL MENTION. Yrtny Ienter I here today from Tulla. K. J. Witt Ih back from a trip to ft. Worth. K. rt. niuHtlrl Ih tiatli from it busi- ness trip to Panhandle. George Coopoi'i of Hxshiirlile Ih hero for a visit in Aniurlllo. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Karliart of Lubimck were In town yesterday. Morris Raines of Memphis lYnn. Ih here to spend several iI.i.vh In Aniu- rlllo. Dr. s. P. Vlnyard Irft thU morn- l"K for Hereford on professional bus- iness. It. C. Sowder returned this morn- ing from h trip to Turumcarl anil Dulhart. Miss May Dunnne of Burleson. Ih here visiting Iht slater Mrs. lien. GoldlnK. Mm. Farlnh. of Caliot Ark.. Ih horn visiting her daughter Mrs. Charles Trolllngrr. Will A. SmilUi of Toxhoni.i. U here for a few Iuh 1 i t with Aniu- rlllo filendn. Mr. Lacs a prosperous farmer of the Shamrock country lt In town on business today. B. L. Pool formerly of Linden. (ls erecting a rooming house on north Buchanan street. Mr. Waterman of...

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

y t t V- - V.y I.. r THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 35 I9O7. t COWBOYS HAD SPEED Took Saturday's and One Gams of Exciting Double Head er Yesterday ' . fpeclal to Daily ranbantllo. Csnjon city IVjuh July 32. The Cowboys again defeated tho Amarlllo Athletics Saturday by M rounl of Pug Cavet was lii the pitching mound for ttio Cowboy and tbo vlsliora could never get. even ho much hh h peep at his whirlwind delivery llo allowed only flv Mis and two of theae by Weber mulno of Jihnoan'a being especially scratrhv. The locals hit Dan Gallcaos at nil) settlnc w'n clean hits and good fielding alone kept thn number down. Tha Cowboys corrolled the pame In the third nnlng Cavet tore off ft Single Reynolds bunted and reach- ed first when Trollln;er booted the all. Tullar sacrificed HI rebel combed a safety and Hell pulled a cerker to center field llcllman sent a Pky temper back of flint. Trollln- er got under It. Caret and Hey nolds had scored on Strehel's hit and Strebel scored on Trolllnaer'a throw In....

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

vr''rrrS THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 25 1907. FACILITIES FOR FORGETTING 'But County Attorney Convinces Juries That Malt Mead Is Beer The remarkabbs facilities of vari- ous witness for gnrRHHnjc nut notic- ing and being so drunk Hint they coudu't notice hai been tho fen turn or tho proceedings In the criminal canes In county court thin week us It. haH been at. all other times when certain classes of cases ha been brought np for trial. Tho defend- ants. In tho cases aRiilnst tho pro- prietors of disorderly houses did not expect to creatn any doubt us to the fact that beer la and' has been reg- ularly sold at their places but they did expect and diligently labor to convince the court mid the jury that there the prosecution had not. proven under all the laborious process of tho law that hitch llild refreshments were sold. A more or less mythical liquid la- belled. In court at leant "malt mead" Is tho commodity which the proprietors of tho houses allcRu they are In the habit of selling. This ...

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

THE WEEKLY HERALD JULY 2. l07. LOCAL HRKVITIKS. v Mr. and Mr. J. K Barker en- tertainer) a party of .voijiir prcijdo yeMerday fvrnlnj ! I lirlr home on Fillmore street with an in rn tux I dance In honor of their cn(t MIkh lfa.vnen of Memphis 'Venn. After fh dancing a luncheon wuts served the fuM. Your liraln Roei on a Miike thrn you oveilnad ur hlntnaili; lioih need hlnod to fin lnnOie. m. Nutri- tion Is' what ton want ami It coiiich by taking HotliMer'H Rocky Moun- tain Tea. ;ij (riit.H Tea or Tailet.;. fold by J. V McQueen Pi'iik i'o. Zl lm Workmen jio nutting. Ih" roof ing on the new Doandl and Hm prop- rietors expor t the bt'illd:HR to lie Mif- flrlntty completed to Ih-rIii ta mii within ten day. M. V. Smith and V. 1.. Thomp- ion with neveral friend took a trip In one of the bin Northern murine earn to the Hoffman ranch wen of Canyon lar-t night. They fully In- tended to ratrh some of the large.it bass In the Palo luro before re- turning. Nearly all old-fa;.nioned cough lyrupa a...

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