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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 February 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD FEBRUARY 13 1908. FOUNDATION FOR BRICK PAVEMENT Monday Kelgnur & Gross start- erf their concrete gangs at work lay- ing the foundation (or tho firnt real ravfiucnt In this pari of the I'"- handle. Six Inches of concrete is helng layed on tliu half i block be- tween Fourth and Fifth on rnlk which had been excavated fur treat- ment somewhat after tho manner uwij on the wi'Ht half of Iho samo blork. Hut now Instead of going ahead with (ho caustic! rock and .team roller prorcKS used on tho west side lh0 contractor will complete a foundation of tlx Inches of rich roncictd along tho entire block. On top of I hat wUl h0 spread a cushion of aand about an Inch ana a half hick and upon that will b laid vM -rifled brick. 'A 'concrete filler will bo used to sel th '!1lt together and to complete tho surface. At Id netlng last week the coun- cil decided logo ahead on the recom- mendation of Contractor Cross and to lot the contractor put down a con- Cret pavement the. cxpcfli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 February 1908

THE VVEUKLY HERALD FEBRUARY 1.1 !e08. 4 Si .. BULLET IN HEAD Second Vice President of Takes Own Life- Good (From Tuesday's Dally.) Fart Worth Keu. 1 1. Brooding ver 111 health Union C. Hutching second vho president o( thu Fort Worth NhIIoiihI buuL Killed himself Sunday morning ui'twci-n 9:30 and 10 O'clock. A 4 4-chIUmt revolver was U 'd j ono hot was (Ired. Thiliulli'i eutcied the left temple landed upward parmcd through the era ii i u in and out iiltov0 thu rl'ul car. The tragedy wan enacted In tho washroom of lhn hank at the corner of Main anj Fifth Directs. No one heard tho report of the revolver and the dead body lying fac0 upward on the flour was iiol found until past 11 o'clock Melancholia la the sole cause as- signed for the Hct by physicians and associates. Notes left by Mr. Hutch- Jdh which were written Saturday Afternoon tend to confirm this be- )ief Hanking or money affairs had nothing to do with the deed. Irre- sponsibility superinduce) by over- work. Is tbc only soluti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 February 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD. FEBRUARY 13 lg08. OIWSS LOCATES COURT AT AIMIU.0 Culberson and Stephens Bill Passes Both Houses and By Its Terms Court Will Hold First Term Next September Wellington I). C Feb. 7. -The Atrmrillo court bill baa passed both houses of CODgrrMN J.YO. ft. NTKI'IIKNM. Id the foregoing message received late yesterday afternoon by J. II. Avery Inr the Cliambrr of Com- merce rime the new that n branch of the federal court for th! north- ern district of Texas has been or- dered for Amartllo. Immediately up- on receiving the message Mr. Avery answered with the following niossng which expresses briefly tho regard of th citizen for tho cttorts which Congrcasman Stephens and Senator Culberson have put forth lu beha.'.f oj the bill for tho court: Hon. John II. Stephens t Washington. D. C. 'Amarlllo and the entire ranhan- dl0 appreciate your efficient services In securing for them the federal eourt. J. H. A VERY. Nuccensful Work of Congrrwunen. Senator Charlog A. Culberson and re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 February 1908

The Weekly Her n no NO. 8 AMAR1LL0 TEXAS THURSDAY I'liBRUARV 20 1908 SI vni win v W HIII '-V 7 WSCONSIN SNOW-DECKED Blizzard of Yesterday Continues Today in North-Snow Drift- ing in Kan and Neb. 1 Aum Inii-d fun. MilMiiKi'i'. Win l'fh. !- 1 lif ; 'ii'iai l li.ih htniti.d fMfifly j inn'iini'.i luflii with hut. hllsh' tf'iHtrniflit ill Itn firlcfiKs. A hi it) l II fruit (if MI'iW han fillli'tl. 'r'iiiM'i-M( ill Knnn i'Hy. K:ms.i! City. K''h. I'.i. A fall of mrnty dfRi'i' iii thi' li'iiipi'iaturo hk iisli-UTi'd (irr western MIs- rn ri and casifin KanoiiK fur the; pa'l i s 1 1 t -1" i 1 1 r liiiur. A hlroiigj wind drlleil ill throe lndiH of unuw nlilrh lffl ruin ilrtV delaylns tiainn. A hljczat'd which Marted in iiiik iifiloy.vpfterilay continued with hut Flijshtl'v ahaird fierceness today. About a font of mow has fallen In Miluk''o mid vicinity. The eec- trlr line to Rai Ine Is tied up on m fount of tins drifts). Trains on the MFHm roads aro con.sldor.ihly dc- layed. M'LM"M CiOl S TO I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 February 1908

2 THE WEEKLY HERALD FEBRUARY 20 I9O8. CY BLAS1 Blizzard Brings 6 Inches 1 Many Feel Deep Block Less than twenty-four hours' of a fcltrzard full of snow U the Valentine which February the nth hai duly delivered to all the Panhandle and tbf panhandlers. At 3 o'clock this afternoon the norther has died away to let the mow rest In the drift and the aim ha fomo strong to begin clearing the work of the 'blizzard. i Hnow llowa at Work. In tan meantime on every road out ofAmarTTlo aectlon crews extra gangs and engines with plows are shoveling and bucking at the drifts which have kept alt the outgoing trains in the Araarlllo yards today. Down polk street all the operating force f the street railway company wlth aom volunteers and several advisers. Is using moral suasion hovela and improvised snow plows to get two cars out of the drifts In front of the Carson building where they stuck till morning. At all the real offices In tho town tired order men are explaining why customers can't Ket orde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 February 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD FEBRUARY 20 1907 .1 GOOD OUTLOOK FOR WHEAT Hilling Grain Man Tells ot In . ' creased Acreage and Good Condition of Crops . (From .Tuesday's Dally.) Panhandlo farmer ate not onl' assured 'it money making wheai. crop In inq'tf but the pOMiliilllles for wheat la sers In tho Panhandle look iH Rood jo n inartlcal mill man as t'liey ii'ie" made nut 0 look In the hieiatii'io disirlbiiled by Panhandle real estate' men according to ('. A. Ur li'm'naei- r C. A. li"X -i iw.if .on Kin hern which will deal m ... . in f.rmh pi-MlmH lor nun-. . I. ul n f.. Hex cam m AmaHllo las full -o lll:i. lie illlll Ills iimuM iiu.i in IV timing business for fii years wl .rtV'i tll l sti.'. illtl ........u.i i u l!;-l 11.. nue.ll Miav been ( Vo nViic'h henofltte! In beiilth and are ylt well jileascd with the climate and the .pro.peciH that they are now per- ' -nirfln'-ni residents here. Mr. Ilex's word' with the Atnarlllo M.U & Kle- i'o made him arnualnted wltlliold apple tic ih Pi-tfln l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 February 1908

4 THE WEEKLY HERALD. FEBRUARY 20 I9O8. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly tu Thursday at til Polk Strett Amarlllo Tent. By P. E. HOK&KX. Entered at tha Poitofflca at Amir- Ilio tcxh at ocoud class ruu m ni- ter Official Organ of ("Iff of Aroarlllo and Potter Count i ADVERTISING RATK3. . Dlply JOc per inch each Insertion. 'Locals 10c per loch each Insertion. 6CBSCRIPT10N 11.00 PER TEAR. Tha Herald will cease coming to you when your tlnia expire uulr-M w are authorized to continue It. Should any aubscrlber full ra- relva The Herald regularly. llau advls ui at once by card or tele pbono. T 7" Any crrori reflecting upon Uie character standing or reputation o! nr" Iteraon firm or corporation which may appear In the culninn of iho Herald will be gladly corrattad upon lie being brought to the at tetytfao of the publUhers. l-Jj -J- THURSDAY FJ5B. ao iyo8 WHAT IH KliLKilO.N? Frank i Sargent Hoffman prole aor of phlloaophy' In I'nlon College In a thoughtful article In February number of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 February 1908

V V THE WEEKLY HERALD FEBRUARY 20 1907 " 5 V SIX THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE LOSS At Tulia Stripling Hardware Store Totally Destroy- ed Caused by Defective Floe Property Partially Insured TuHa Texas Feb. 13. At 1 1 o'clock this morning our town waa roused from slumber iby the cries f tiro As the people rushed forth Into the night dressed In all sort8 of negligee they behold the hardware establshmcnt of MoHsrs. Stripling &. Son In flumes. ICfforts were made to control or extinguish the fire by t bucket brigade but the. flames had gained' too much headway and the efforts 'wore In vain. The building And &I1 its content burned to the ground. Adjacent property was tesved by the fir0 fighters ' The loss Is estimated at $6.00() on tho hardware stock with $t000 In- surance. The building owned by J. "W. French Is a loss of $2500 with $1300 Insurance. The f lie origi WAS TOO FREE WITH HIS GUN (From Thursday's Daily.) "Ah was down In tho basement ' whah the furnace Is of Mlstah Da- vid.son's ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 February 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD. FEBRUARY 20 1908. 6 fiuARILlO i FOR NEW R. R. (iebresentatives ol Proposed Oklahoma and Mineral Belt By Stale Plans (from Saturday's Dally.) . Bforo a hastily called meeting )ilg moruJng of members of tho thamber"of Commerce. aiM other ell. r . eus In ill" directors' room of tlio jhamber of Commerce t;eorge A. (lark and L. F. Lonnbladh reprc-l-ntatlvea of thH proposed Oklahoma t Mineral Illt railroad "briefly out- lned The plan for tho western ex- kwoumDt . tho roud and la I urn leard miiix1 of the reason why It u 1 d T of advantage to th eom- Jany to include Amarlllo on thfl pro. jnsed :w astern extension. Mmnrj. !lark lijfi Lonnbladh have been ruak- Jig a joi cof fluid survey of Home of fcn territory which the roud would fraverse Hnd whilst at Clarendon met . B. MlUhcll of this rlty who In- tucod them to take' a look at the Imarlllo "country before returning t Oklahoma. They were hei today s tho guests of . t.ho Chamber of lommerce and left on tho Rock Is- and f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 February 1908

V THE WEEKLY HERALD FEBRUARY 20 1907 FAIR AND CHAUTAUQUA Men Here Are Arranging For Big Events This Snmmer and Fall (From Wednesday' bDatly.) "We have tin) Chautauqua and Panhaudlo fair proportion pretty well lined up now" Ih tbo good news that J II. Avory hud this morning. Mr. Avery has been chairman of the Chanrber of Commerce committee which ha been workln- on th. Tan handle fair proposition awj also on ihe plan for a Chautauqua her0 next summer. Plana for theso enterprises have beon under way for a number of weeks and much of the prelimi nary work toward ootn undertakings Is already accomplished. tontine Fair I'ark and ('liuutaiiiiiu "We have It about arranged now" continued Mr. Avery "bo that we can have the fair Chautauqua and & public park all on the same grounds That way the grounds and the build' Jnps ran be used all the year around If Uies6 woro not combined wo would Iiave to put up a lot of money to get a fair (rounds ready and then the grounds would only be used for ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 February 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD. FEBRUARY 20 I0O8. PMnE SSIONAL CARD I)K. J J. IIAINNA -. . Dieae of Eyo Eur Not and Throat. CI11111 Flttad. Room 7 and S. Hi ln Building t N. J. WADE AtUrntyaNLaw Kernel's B14tf. r. Wrtl.T Practice in State and Federal ConrU Business of non-residents Riven per- otial attention. S. W. Phone 10. A' SUCCESS ? Ye.f the New (taker 5team Plow is a success In every Particular. Ihoae who have ' een It say "no more disc plowing " It la at work five mllea east of Amarlllo better 10 and aee it If Interested or writ N. A. GRAY Amarlllo Texas Registered Hereford Cattle FOR SALE Three Bulls and Ten head of She Stuff. For Prices write F. P. Rcid Mobcetie Texas SACIISE IVEY LAND. CATTLE AND INSURANCE AGENTS Vega Townsite Co. G. A. SACIISE J. X. IVEY Prompt Service When you notify us by tel- ephena or otherwise to call for vour package we don't say "All Right." and then wait for two days before we como for it. We call the same day within a few minutes if you are in a hurry and we ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 27 February 1908

lal' S ... iirrifi kly Herald. ji me VOL. XXIII. AA1ARILL0 TUXAS THURSDAY RiBRUARY 27 1908 NO. 9 - wi.4'Tl Wee FATHER HEINRICKS LAID TO REST William O'Ryan in Scathing Terms Denounces the Teachings of Anarchy-Prominent Citizens Say Last Respects .Wnrufni Prs. Denver. Feb. :. With nil tin iol- emnlty and rerrenro due to his holy po i in and spoiless character the ImHy of Rev. Father Leo I loin rit-liK was i a Urn from St. FJizahet lis ca- thedral church today lo 1 lie union Million where It was placed aboard iho alternoon rturlihgion train lo bo fi warded to Patterson N. J. w here t h o Franciscan Fathers haw their American headquarters. The funeral priii fv.' Ion tiis a most notable 0110 and was witnessed by thousands who Mood bare-headed tin- hearse J'.t; fi. Tho ptoiesslon was led by a squad of police; a company of the. Knights of St. .lohn in full uniform nnd with drawn swords ncied as a guard of Imiinr. Knights of Columbia and representatives of numerous Cat ho- IV ;oiii'ticn fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 27 February 1908

n THE WEEKLY II11RALD FEBRUARY 27 1908. CAPTURED AT SHAMROCK A. E. Richmond Taken by Officers Hughes and Keeton Is i Prize Criminal (From Monday's Dally.) J. 13. Hughe. Sheriff. Atuarlllo: Houston Texas. reb. 24. Accept my congratulation! on your most ex- tllcMt work In capturing A. IJ. Rich- mond. He Is a desperate man. an ex-convlct and great care should be used In handling htm. U. A. TAFT Superintendent Wella-Fargo Ex- press Company. Posit Ivirly Identified Thl" Morning-. Such la the telngram of congratu- luilon received this afternoon from riuporlntendent Taft of the Well- Fargo Express rompuoy for Texas. ' This morning R. K. L. Montgomery ' Wella-Fargo agent at Paris and ono of hla assistants arrived here on In- i st ructions from the superintendent at HotiHton. In company with the officers they visited the Jail where t ho man captured Saturday at Sham- rock by Sheriff Hughes and Deputy Keeton had been lodged and aa soon a they saw. tho prisoner they lden tlfled him an A. E. Ri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 27 February 1908

r COMPLAIN OF THE PEDDLERS City Court Will Hear Gases v Against Sellers of Fruit From Wagons h(.jj to miIvIm- ou lh.it 11 M be a pleasure to render the- Texan repre- nriitHllvCH every possible a-iMmunei' und you may nnsuro thi Hon. John II. Stevens that 1 will render ililni every assistance within my power at nil times" I From Friday's Dally.) Whether peddlers of Irults unci oilier wiiiTH hhiill have I he lisht and t Xf'I'tl-.-e til. iliwlee of hellllltf their RonilH from wifinns nt stands on the trrcts In ihe down town section mid i (in n 1 the union station will come up for another hot il Inclusion in the city court this uftornoon or tomor- row.' ThJs question has always been a difficult one. for tht city authori- ties anj various ordinance have been passed luviUg to do with It. The i.mt und woki rigid of those whh the ordinance puMd lust hummer by Ihn city whereby Kelllnx on the hireot from wagon or fioni oilier temporary Mauds wan absolutely pro- lilbited In the down town busine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 27 February 1908

.... :.:.. ' THE WEEKLY HERALD FEBRUARY 27 I0O8. HE WEEKLY HERALD published weekly on TUuttdayi nl (11 a Polk fcUreti Amarillo Tx. Br r. k. ikm:se.n. Entered at the PostoffUe t Amir- tllo Texas socond class mall mat- Official Orao of CUT t Amarillo and Potter County i nvirnnaivfi n ITKS. a W a IWiMW Display 20c pnr Inch each insertion. Locals 10u per Inch each inaertion. 6L'D3CRIPTJ0.V $1.00 PER YEAR. Tbe Herald will ream coming to you when your time xpli unless we are authorised to continue It. Should any subscriber (all to re- ceive The Herald regularly. plias advise ua at once by card or tele- phone. Any errora reflecting open the character standing or reputntlou of any person firm or corporation whlcli may appear In the column of The Herald will be gladly corrected upon Ita being brought to to at ttntlqn of the publlahtri. THURSDAY FEB. 37 jooS THE WILLIAM CIRRKXCY KILL. What will be known aa the minor- ity currency bill waa Introduced In the bouao iby John Sharp Williams 4at De...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 27 February 1908

- ----------- t --"' 'r' t'ftn. . . . . y 'n'lV'H'ii i . m i . ... .' mi . hi " v " n i' nn y 1 1 r v -rT-iiTv- - THU WUEKLY HERALD PEBRIMRY 27 t908. DOES HOT APPLY HERE W P. Anderson of the Santa Fe Rejects Pryor Statements About Cattle Conditions (From Tuesday's Daily.) In tbe rerent reports In tho dnlly papers or tho complaints of tho cat- tlemen before tho senate committee nono of tho alienation it 1 1 it i 11 1 il iu Messrs. Ike T. rryo unci Sam II. Cowau apply to that part of my to- illory" state William Penn Ander- son traveling ItvoHtock agent for tho Santa Ko hero yesterday In discus- hlnu cuttle conditions and tho rail- roads "with tho exception of thn . statement thut there were approxi- mately Sti.OOo cattle thut might have been shipped nut of the coun- try that were not. But thlH fact wiih not entirely duo to cur Khortago nor to operative disabilities caused by the entire reroiiHt ruction of tho San- ta Fe lino from Texlco to Welllng- ton but nlmoHt wholly to other con-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 27 February 1908

Hr""' - f THE WEEKLY HERALD FEBRUARY 27 1908. IADS I VII TAILS YOU LOSE Ssnds Debate Team' to Cornell to Contest With Columbia A Woman i (By Glenn Guernsey.) New York Fori will send our debating team up to C'or- Boll. If mn lone wo M be rt J for allow ins a woinun to beat us and if we win we will be belittled Sot winning from a woman." 80 deponeth tho cynical and wo- man wise Sir. Woodbury president of tha Columbia I'nlverMty Debating ' union an he sput reflectively on the floor while airing his view of "skirts" In general and Miss Kllza- 'beth A. Cook 1n particular. ' J. MIhs Cook It will bo remembered ' w on a place on I ho Cornell debating J team which Is to meet the Colnm- : bla team at. Ithaca next Friday. The ungallaiit Columbiana protected 'agalnst Mlsa Cook's debating ou the ground that the more chivalrous JudgeB might be Influenced lu their decision by her presence on the Cor- nell team regardless. An tbcro la no rule to prevent the appearance of Miss cook the Colum- bian" ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 27 February 1908

t m '' r 'V" H1t t'X'ff ft'fff THE WEEKLY HERALD FEBRUARY 27 1908. 1907 to ANNUAL Of Potter County Finances to January 31st RECEIPTS AND JCriV FUND FIRST CLASS To balanro on hand Jan. 31 1907 " amount received during year Credits By amount paid o it during your balance To balance now on hand no.u) and bridge fund skcoxd class- to balance on hand Jan. 31 1907 $ 511.0.21 " amount received during yenr 8. '.80. 94 Credits By amount paid out during year $ u. 551. 08 amount transferred to othpr fundu 2000.00 ' balance 5740.07 To balance now on hand GENERAL FUND. THIRD CLASS To balance on hand Jan. 31. 1907... ' amount received during year ' amount transferred to other funds Credits Ry amount paid out during year ' balance To balance now on hand SCHOOL FUND. FOURTH CLASS To balance on hand Jan. 31 1907 " amount received during year Credits Ry amount paid out during year " balance To balance now on hand COURT HOUSE AND JAIL FUND. FIFTH CLASS To balance on hand Jan. 31 1907 $ 840.21 ' amount...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 27 February 1908

( . v -r - j--. ..4 i j.- r -aVt-. 1 T i TV ?'.-. V . . V'' t-' ' I I 1 '7 t .1 r THE WEEKLY HERALD FEBRUARY 27 lo08. PROFESSIONAL CARD DR. J.J. IIANNA Ey Ear Noit srtd Throat CltiiH Fitted. Koomi 7 ami . IU Bail img N. J. WADE. Attarnsy-at-Law tsale1 mats'. Ft. WrthT. Practice iu State and Fcdeial Court. Bii.inrn of iion-rftilcntu Riven per- rnal aitfution. S. V. Phone 1S0. A SUCCESS ? Yea! the New tielscr 5tenm Plow Is a success in every Particular. 1 host who have een It say "no more disc plowing; " It Is at work five miles east of Amarillo better go and mo It If interested or write '. '. ' N. A. GRAY Amarlllo Texas Registered Hertford Cattle FOR SALE Three Hulls end Ten head of She Stuff. For Prices write V. Rcid Molicctic Texas SACHSE 1VEY LAND CATTLE AND INSURANCE AGENTS Vega Townsite Co. G. A. SACHSI. J. N. IVIJY Prompt Service When you notify us by tel- ephone or otherwise to call for r package we don't say "All Right." and then wait for two days before we come for it. We ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 5 March 1908

The Weekly rierald AMARILLO T12XAS THURSDAY MARCH 5 190ft NO. 10 VOL. XXIII. UP TO THE PANHANDLE Packing House Possibilities Re- viewed by Business Men in Meeting If the fanner and caillciueu of tho Panhandle can ihow Mr. O. W. Tint that (here l a nuffiiicnt supply of finished hogs and cattle to keep a patkitii; house occupied tho year round a packing limine which will Insure a rah market at all t linen for t ill tin ami hog t ail lie put In cpei'mlun this year. Friday night Mr. O. W- Mutts will he in AntarHIo a git in after a tour of inspection through -.aiious panhandle counileii and Hi thai time lie will slate Hie parking house proposition from a business siandpoint. When II. R. Sanborn president of tho chain her of Commerce tailed the meeting to order last night alS o'clock the distt ret court room wan well filled with representative fit 1- rnu. Mr. San horn in a few words explained the general purpose of the meeting and Introduced Mr. Units (''inched Cattle Necessary. "A p.u.li...

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