The Twice-a-Week Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 80, Ed. 1 Friday, October 5, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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MR TVVCR-.WFPK' HRPAI 0 0CT0BPR 5. ion
JOTT1NOI ABOUT TOWN.
'in C. w. U .!. moots tomorrow
afternoon idi Mrs. Avery oa Tyler
The Llano Cemetery AodulJon
met this afternoon at tbe First I'res-
For fipeclal Mlsslou WorkFrank
Leslie who bus been successfully
irrylng on a mission work for men
ad boye hog lsued a tall us com-
.it tee for a mooting of ull Interested
n this needed work At the old court
house tonight at 8 o'clock.
Hlcycle laHy. Llttlo Minn Lolu
Reese entertained a number of hor
friend Saturday afternoon with a
whoel ride. Tbo young rldors gnlh-
' end at her home and In company
'mudo a trl Around tha town. With
appreciation made keener by the ex
erclse tbey enjoyed tbe rcfrushmcnta
provldsd at the hostcsV home after
vi V .
j Kink rr the Puhlic The
k street link' which reopened Bat.
'.. ay haa been enjoying a good put
tronage at every session. The floor
li In good condition and the akntora
1 and newt.iklng up the sport with
thualnam.'Ono 'pleasing feature
' la the music nt every session In-
-ad of at. night aossloni only nun
Dander who leads tbo music ploys
i catchlnot bJ most nttractlvo of
New Roal FfltAM Firm. Moss
F.aley la the1 inreo.ot tlvo latest add!
"m to the Hat of Amarlllo real c
e flroiB. The acnlor member R
. - loss haB been operating tor some
t o In landi"iihd the Junior mem
ber Marcus Raloy resigns a position
with O. M. EiU to go Into the new
firm. Both ccntlomon- aro woll
known and have a thorough knowi
e ao of tbe real estate uslness ao
1. 1 firm hoa a promising future
Fijht and Two Flnes.--Mr. Nix
ao- who liven south of town resented
D. Kutche's attempt to collect on
punt of rather long istandJ rig yea
dar and the two clinched for
oh .n.1 iLWblfl on Polk'-street.
h manntahra' toi several' ouve-
. nr ih ehslon before tho of-
uir parted them and both contrib -
flnnnrmi In ftiA Hlflvbr'B COUl't. I
. ri..hM.. irr.nif
Redder entertained the SatnWlay club
l. hi niai iiaifl a iiki iii a w s
i oaU -t hftr homo on Johnson.
.i.-'.A;;...i.n.. . i.r f
i ... .l- I
gesta were presont ana mo gnmun
ut progressive forty-two were espe
dally Interesting Miss Florolde
Wnre held th n1fheRt score for the
uub prize onfl MIsb Tcrnlce Uussoll
ou a draw wltlss Iva Nobles was
awarded the pvite q nana-
somo gold hiitpln. The hoatess
aervod refroslrments bt Ice arid cakes.
IHeese Out of Hospital . -W. II.
Reeie the roan wounded In the cut-
tlntf nffrov tltrea weeks nco. loft the
sanitarium yeWday and Js now at
hlspbme tili physicians. Dra. Shir-
ind LurpikiK advised against
leaving tho hoopttal till tho larg- "
trash was 'rhord thoroughly healed.
will recover but owing to the
emcly proctulous nature of auch
ound will be In danger until the
. Is completely and cloanly healed.
Veterans CHaiiRo MiH'tinjj Time..
tho . meeting 'Of W. 1J. Plemons
3 U. C. V. Sunday It was do
J to make the regular meeting
or the first and third Sundays In
s-id of .every;)wf?ek. Tho time of
rHlnc 3 p. m. will remain un-
mged. Tael camp passed rcsolu
as on the death of Comrade Tuck'
nnd discussed' 'plana for t.holr wln-
t meetings. Most of the Veterans
I Amarlllo 'hnd vicinity were pres-
er.t and assisted In making a very
A Mystrroifs Snngcr.- A man on
Polk street attracted a good dual of
attention yesterday inornng by his
queer behavior. It might have been
raiiju d by some brandof joy Water
he had bceiif drlftklng but ho acted
an if he had been the victim of some
dojuv mixture? 'The fclvtloh army
. t j. ' . I
nim totne.ow wun nouse. He was ()f
aoie.w eivft n nsme as nowara
fvr... auA anlnA. I aa M1 t- rm I
word evening u0 recovered to eome
ex.i-i.r. irora me meets or tne aru?
iiiou mun .1 mitv .ui uiiii aim mihi...i.i.. h...
ntiemion ycsterHa1? 'morning by his Ltudeut securias the inout enroll'
.'"If uimlA. I
Mesfeni btockyarda Shipments KjHi
io "esiera Diocuyaros company 1.1
hipping today 2000 head ofyearj-
1dk nnd cnlves to ITie Fort Madison I
at Itovlna Tampa and Amarlllo and
havo been gathered from local tat-
tle. rulb'Ti. The shipments aro of
hi ) (trade stuff In eod condition
and nro ready for northern feed
yard. They will be sold during the
() i oho r auction sule at the Fort
Madison yarda In lur;;o or small lots
.0 Individual feeders.
Htlll riir"uing. "Tno only way
to stop gambling" ssld Mayor" Mil-
ler In tho city court yesterday morn-
ing "In to keep right In afler every
mun that fumbles." In accordance
with this policy four more of the
deft flnored gentry were given
henvy f 1 non. This makes a total of
soventeen fines thla month for gamb-
ling nnd Severul ellulbleii left town
hurriedly without lenvlng their
names for tho court pnpera. A plnlu
drunk In addition to I ho gamblers'
cases completed the docket yester-
day. -- -
Orw Hhortage on l'iiver. Ulg
business In both pnenKer and
fretght departments with several
forced lay-offs In the train force hiiH
made tho Denver short-hunded In tbo
matter of train crews. A number
of men are out on account of sick-
ness or Injuries and severnl nro off
on account of llnoHa In their fami-
lies so to remanlnlg men on 'the
force are working over time. Knglne
10S was sent lo tho Children shop
yeflterday for repairs. T. W. White
has resumed charge of the local Den
ver office and Mr. Dobson takca the
Runnway. Accident A six bourse
team attuchod to tho running gonr of
a wnRon took fright Saturday even
ing at tbo Roscoo Lumber company's
ard on First street and enrcerod up
Polk street at full snood. At Third
ect tho runaway crashod Into tb
rear of the cairmei uiiou by R. R.
Seeds. Fortunately he had succeed
ed In pulling nearly out of tho path
of the runaways or the wreck would
have caused soilous Injury to t.o
occupants of tho aurrey. As It was
the two rear wheels of the surrey
collapHod and ono of tho horses In
tho runaway team wns malmod. Mr
and Mrs. Seeds and MIhs Julia Ander
son wore In tho surrey but escaped
tionw Flno Wrappers. 0. A. Cos
Bor' the c8ar fnctor3r nan nu8 x
celved B0ne vory fIne F1rdft wra')-
lerB- The W of excellent nn'1
m" 01 in8 'avcs niul' ironi lt"
ow iperiiiienuT. v . Ken-
Pard. ot BklnpH. S. D. bu bqen
8001 10 lle Amnnno cxpenniei.i iui
on as nn assiHiant io mr. ikiirii
nnit will bo loeAied horn nernlnnentlv
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Mr. Keiinurd holds the ponltlon of an
xIel n the ." of lal lndus
try United States department of an
rlculturo and -is .a graduate of the
touth Dnkorn 'Agricultural college.
tiorKlium luvcNtInn.t'oii.TC. W
Warburton of tho office of farm
management United States depart
ment of agriculture who has for the
md charito of tbe
ton or twelve JemonBtnitIon farms
"ondncted by thP drnrtmont;thruout
Texas has just left Amarlllo after
n week's slay ftt the experiment sta-
While here - Mr.'. Warburton
aided In selecting soed from the sor-
nums on w.m- n J7 "
Planned to gr9w only about half the
nnrui-a UowuBCu w
inue yieia ' ' u" l"T'i"l)lcl
kinds. The department Intends to
Initiate thdrQ sorghum invwllgutlons
ere In t'140 fujuro and Mr Warbur-
ton'a past connection wuli this lino
of work culled' lilm here.
norn Saturday 10 Mr. nnd Mm.
Fred Council 20Q Ilnrrlaon afreet a
8how Piroplo. 'cd.LU:anso wac
Issued yesterday tor the marrlugo
of J. P. H. MacDonald and Eldth 1.
Bostwick Tho llcoiiHa was Immedi
ately used' BiwTtho couplo celebrated
their wed.llng by an after then'te
flipper' to1 the rent of .Geldun StT'
ompany of which bey wero b'i'
members. Their honeymoon to::
reached as far n Dulhnrt where th
ntupnny begins an engagement lo
Ammrillo Mnn'a Dianraa W A
vniMin maiiua 1111 uii:einj:n iiiuuee
bclng 8ent 0 Scrant0Ili PoRn
his month to Intern-tlonnl Cjii
management lias offered. u trip win.
manv -rlortn(M.n f.t ... ti.
ttinnta In oarh MrMnn In .1Mb 1'
vision which includos Texas. Loul'ia
Arkansas and Oklahoma.
wctklns stands near the U;i
may win tho coveted prize.
Kunnway Wf-VLs Vaji d. A team
to an Amarlllo Oram & Cou Co.
wugon broke awny from tbo driver
yesterday ut Third nnd Van Uu-
ino atreets and rnn to Tullt stroet
where they collided wldi a pioilmo
delivery wagon.' Tbo coal wpgou
took ono rear wheel from tho produjp
wngon and turned complete!;- ovdi.
The borseu were tripped by O.o
shock of the coHtdoii and thrown t)
the ground. No Injury resnl'c l to
horses or vehicle ovpt tbe smuuhed
reur wheol on tho pioduca wajii
Flectl'Mi Notice I'oHtcd. Notices
were posted yesterday calling the
general election for Tuesday Novem-
ber 0. Thla election Irf f;r ull of-
ficers from governor down to pio-
1 1 li ( t officials but will bti u very
tumo affair ns cotupaicd with foruj-
elections. Tbo primary rli'ctloii
in July Is pra. in ally final thoiirh
a "dark horse" who. could coiinnatid
u largo number of Independent vote
at tbo last moment mli';! d-lvai a
candidate who had a cue niajiiiltv
in ino jirimarieH i wny voters .
gnrd tbe primary ah final and nl:ou!d
they neglect to record their votes hi
tbo general clectlori; n comparatively
small unfavorable yoto V'll'b' defeat
Council Receives lilds At !;e
meeting Tuesday nftcraopn the city
council received bids on tho addi-
tional cement stree t crossings. .'.It
er consldcrnblo dltu-lgu .mi in?
bids wero tahlud ioi f u r H c i del'-b el-
ation. A movo io-tx n1 a croHHin;
ovtr tho Denver tracks oa 1'leW :-
street was made.' TMr'Wa's nho1 re-
ferred to tho' t'oni'mftfec'''roii''furth(
advlscmuit.' V.'' h ' " '
CvurthouHc WilkH.aWeil. pt!
concrete work oii (h' puw ( wolka
around tho courlhou -.S'luare beau
today. Tho wall; Is tu tic twelve
feet wide with rurlfnt ' and tbnuD.
stand rigid HisiVntlori to oorfip -un
Its sneclflcatlohs!" X IhTgO forte'fif
men are at. worlt nnd the wr.Jho 'Wiil
be rapidly put In place. fv hen cp :;-
plelod they 'will nd(J Jnnpeusurnblj;
to tho Hiipearance rtue Kn'imi..
and supply a need sorely fU cn Uuv
part of t lio puljllc who iius6 vlt;i. op
pans the county buildings. 1 Jailor'
.'Cecton has kept tho Rrouhdit In fi De-
condition thla Bummer nhd' the ;reiK
havo mado a very ftiiMsr.-ctory
rrowlh.' The yard will probably be
H'eded with Mao .trp vi .tU wlrl'-
iho square wllftjoou .bsouio;euKilj
the show placo nj'(iv l'linhaid'o
.: fl'iiof . r
Men for Helen .CiHnit'.-YtstcM(
morning a ca.r -fnm Kamttw CiW1
i-mployment 'bureau atacd' 'throufi
en' route 'for TMho'Vlih nbbnt t-ii-ty
nieu on board bound fof .w0-'n
on tho lUiun' cu'r-o'fr Tljo di;m'anjl
for labor'in maay fl2d liargo c.iio
contractors find dlfyvult.y lu lceokii'
full gangs nt woikt iin is u pit ft
deal of wor. .Vt?tu ibtt dontH on' H.'t-"r.
lino in tho way of'haHUfflitrf.; biid-
finishing and cllWon nnd --! 1 1 tir 'iu-
'irovenient. The ;wnfei'b;tpredtii.;o
good and the tfcaln'entnVOi;dUt!bc
men In gatliifac'lory'' ...Many of tl
tuen who coniM f ion. .tliji vaijtorn.iinif
irloyment offices urnj youPf; -iiVown
looking for lorntloaaj fn tlifltouit
west who accept tho!rfropoi!r(n ot'
iho employment bilvcaV B"'clrtP(5 "it
offers them frrtjo transpiWfHftom A-;
soon as their cbntrnctSi'' ojity'a "hfrge
porcentago of these have either sat-
lufled their desire t9 e U 9 South-
west or see some 'opportunity which
attracts them and .the rnlUoad oou
tractor Is agnln- shoit on men;
The tn)od -paint which
lasted so well i generation
and more ago 'was 'simply
pure white 'lead and -pure
linseed oil. . Paint piiade of
these two ingreclifehts" qTo'nej
is just as good to-day a3 it
ever was. a. '.
The only point is to
a brand which; joii ;:?!
" rely on.
it c . ;
.. f .if. T ':-" '
Pure White' Lead
(MJa by tha Old Dutct Bwsi
is guaranteed perfectly pTire.
It has the reputation . of
years behind it.-..
If your dealer will por
supply you" it vviirpay 'yci; r
to write to us.
NATIONAL LEAD COMPAVY
Oaik Ararint and loth Urtet Si. U tiis :'.o.
lit alc by fu jt-cLj liiaiiis..
And School Supplies.
JuM rccpivcrl "a complete line of School Sup-
plies Hooks Tablets Composition Paper
I'ciis lVn Ilolilcrs" Inks Fendls Rubber
Ivrascrs and 12 Inch ( Rules in fact every-
tiling that a stu4cut needs in the way of sup-
plies. Call and them and tc convinced
tliat'wc lead iu goods :and prices. ..
: -.Moit.v j:ii; vo.m!m:i:". '
Hemorra'.le Con vet 'itm etuesr;lis.
tilet Altenii y for (iovcrnni" ' 1
H'Hon Ma'-s. Oct. 4. Tiio Dom-'
ocinile eoiiveniion today non'ilnntej
John . Jlrown Moron dii.trlct attor-
ney of . Uoiinn for ;ovei Uor. '"r
Object to Uear-t
rtorton Maui p.ct. 4 .Tho Vc
"achusfits tiiate Du'inocratlc cpnveu-
tlou today udpled a plat foriu. con-
ta!nhi coin.iiajcr.Uiry pai'ag'(iihs
devoted U Hryan and Hearst. The
Ifryanr'parn.i:raph called forth ft 1'frat
of chf(rs. As tho' Hearst pnrftgr'aph
was bi?lofc read there was so'iiin 'fhedr-
;n)g riirt' h'vtta ad hlK.-es predoml-
hiatcd. 'H10 (I'lerrates chout'e'J!
! .Strike thi.t ptiravaph out" but
in viva volio.v.i'o Chairman Feoney
ic tared. .tU... cqiajmUtcu' rep'oit
Adopted. '. . ' '. ''.
' .. . 1 .;'. I
J !) to I ;uiH)!!s t.'el;'!it- .ice
Tho lunguajjo of tho old Itvu.ry
"I canio I saw. I conquered." f-j-reted..lnto
I cnine. I unw and v;
conquered.. 'applies' to a Daily I'aju
haiullo represeat.nlvo'B trip to'' Fain-
oiib Helglila yes'erday.
j In our or'.'Jlnn ind in the opinion
of H)imJjo''id.o.tfi'pf n M10 'Ploit'itf-s
there Is :iiot'.- prettier njr a
favorably. located track of land
around AmarUlo From tho Ii!-Ji6
;t view of J.he .eiitU!-1 clly is oHiiiuv
and t ho tiiicrt. dimancu. from tht; vi'ii'l
to the Iiei.i;hts tiiKCilier Uih Ue
natural 'beuiiiy of tills fVacl of I.njj
tiiaUe tlic.'in tlio most deslrablv Pio:)-
iH.v"foii' sulr.i'r'bnn hontca:' ''''
- Aniarillo H destined to jjrow ra'pl't-
ly into a iiiuith larger ity. All iA-
ic:itlons now point to a 25000 'potr-'
ijallon. within two or tin go -y unl
'lino shrewd man .looks ahondj Ha
"lijiljds or Hie fniiue. lie buys yvr
etty wjjflft.lt is cliea) and he r!a1i;vtr
aj oiK o that a few hundred d illars
now Invested fu a block or two Ujf
I iinioiiH. ll.'i.iitu land will brlug him
ton fold" return within 11 few years.
Soon we will hear' tho Kiiiuiing
nolsO of stive). mr liiu?. tho ral.u.-
of wnK'o'ajr1 fdo' l'nsh liustlo and bfr'l
tie ho commoii in cllies. Vv'o 'wlri
win n't. "tui'J't n'vF.iy froiK tliehf afrer
the .day tw'd.m'tf Wo '.will wnhV' k
home up on the Famous Heights l.ttt
tfi .piiii'H .'wUlrthon have gone'' out
oij qw TMucJi-anfl 'wu will regret jono"i
more npport un! : y passed unheeded"
'. iMj.'sm'.l).;;itif & U'iihcs the. own
ers(rc'Hvt readjv; nud 'julck sales tn
tio five-acre triHita.froqi Iay to d-
'" i . : '
IVaucee From tli I'lai'iic '
.s There's gr.nvo danger from ' the
.plague .of- coupUa and cblds that are
o- prevtil'nl : ualcsS "you take Dr.
Kipg's New Discovery for Coiiiitmnr
:-m.A'oi'iKU :niul Ooltl.-' Mr. Geo:
'Tails .cr;. FiMT.'t. City Ms. -writes.
"U's afCooC-id )q people llviu.it ioJ
liiu.tcs .-.vlua-iv enif;Ii and colda. Wip-
ail ' X .'ind H-qiUehlw ends yientf
't prevents Pneumonia cure-jLa
CI iij)po. tive. jvonderfv.l .relief lu Asj
Mi'iia . and Il.'y pever (aud nitaK's
li.n.stVcvs cno;;;U to wardl
Cv2..cno ;;;u to ward
Sff'; Coh'.uurii; C'ouehs-and MVmr dcterninitlon of tb
'""I-' .: .-X. ....
- 5 ."'flcnua s; eelcl'st ou .d'is-
wi'" of t'o eve ear nose and tli
'oiirM.tf o'-9 In fie J5bc:rst-!df'oiilfiLV"tloVA
Hours- 3-12; t-
t. - iJ'.?'
i-.f; ! K
ot-U Water TiU'dis. '"x
cut f-'i' the clelinit-d 'iud-
I n:il il
til Walor Taiik.
I'. Xi v-j(ij-.
!fi"iwd or tljA' very"
-r Hate. l " They vnvv
tt-Ifp "'mo tor" rV-
f i ''.tldres3 "Jnke
i'ty Tex. o-l '.
l0''iv. liVi .J. r.-;l"-.vc'l SperirJI-t
i KCMle-iV.ei 1 ( th I've. Bar Nose and
roM.- tcaklo Uull'ln-.
!"- 1 i-ud ' Ai'i.irilio Toxa.. -
ROACH DRUG CO.
Advertised Letter List.
.Letters reiiuilnng uncalled for In
tlo AmurlHo iotofflco for week ond
ing SepteiiiL- 8th. .In calling lor
plcuHe say advojtlsed.
' 'AVitllam Belka
.W. A. Bailey
i'earl Bryant (2)
If. G. Bryon ;
W. U. Blankonship '
B. W. Caperton
n If. C. Collins
' Tom F. Davis "" f.
WilliHtn M. Davfs
: W.- II. Duvls
A. T. Davlddon
J. W. Dykes (3)
Grover C. Ford
.II. L. Finn
'"A. T.' Gray
Lutiier Gra y
A. C. Houston
h. II. Herring
J. F. Hud so a
J. T. Hood
-Fay. Honker .
Mrs. K. Junes
Robert L. James
j If: K. Keller
! Ij. W. King
' j Tvr. K. S. Luiu
' .ohn Lunim
' i'..' G. Listou
j O. E. Long
Tf. T. Mnnskel
J F. McMulleu
J. T. McCuen
. I S. D. Moore . '
i pmer Moreland - f
j fill Moffltt
' . jit. H. Murphy
: N. Nucklos
' Green Perkins
k 'Will Tunis' .
jClydo Putton (2-)
1 1 Charles Rogers
JV. II. llagle
Ie Etta Rogei s
I J5d F. Itenaud
.. KV'W. Smith
J T. Sibley ( '
W. II. Tvescott i : "'' '
'jvi V. Taylor '
:' .1?. II. Taylor
U L. Tiles
': T) P. Vaughn
'j A. Wohlond :
I3va Wright (2)
L. Weselah ' '
V. II. Wills
.Ino. J. Znhora
J. M. KINDRED P. M.
A. CHICKEN FEED SQUAD.
Exprrlnienta by Govrrnment to Maka
! Ilrna Lajr More L'Blfa.
Mf u mun penorm more work.
v.J-WW to aovise means by which
." sen raisins can oe renaered more
"Slocuni .will operate at the sta-
near Baltimore where cinprl-
I tilt lit In feediuir bnve liwn mr. I
- 1'11 fm ror sorae tlne' 80T8 n Wash- i
InclcfB bpeclal to the New York World.
He) will have three pens constructed. '
accomuiodntlnjr tweuty-flve hens each. '
The fowls in one peu will be fed on
whole prnin and cracked corn; with
wet (ui.ash. Those In another will be ;
fed the same except that tbey will
uavejn dry mash. The chlekens In tbe '
tlilrd je:i will be fed from self feedlnjr
hoppers nnd will have food available
at nit times so that tbey can cat aa
mtieb ns tbey want.
.Tho effect cn etnr production and fat-
teuiiu will be recorded nnd chicken
will be bre l for three -enerutiona so
as to i:.te tha vO-r oa tlieir viUU
504 POLK STREET.
UNDERTAKERS and FUNERAL JJIRECTORS
AtmbulAnce Calls Receive Prompt Attention.
DAY PHONE 250
LONG WALK IN OFFICE.
Average Hmlocaa Man Tovrra Vaal
Trrrltnry In trar.
"If I had a cent for every mile I
walk durlug office hours every duy I'd
soon be able to retire" Is a remark
frequently heard from men and wo
men who are kept on their feet while
at business. The general Impression li
that the distance traveled daily Is very
great And (to It may be. But the sim-
ple experiment of csrrylni? a pcdonie
ter for a few week will probably
show that one's lucome at a cent a
mils would not be worth collectlnc un-
til tbe end f a year.
A downtown office man has Just fin
Isbed an experiment of thla naturo. II
carried a pedometer six weeks regis-
tering Its total each Bight. At tho end
of that tlmt it was found that the ill
ttnee traveled though varying; great!;
from day to day came to a fairly evpn
average at tbe nnd of aou week.
How many miles do you suppose he
walked oa tbe day of hia highest rec
ord? Twenty? Thirty 7 Fifty! No
only nine mile. Tbo lowest rccoro
came the very next day and was a
mile and a half. But tbe average for
each week waa tblrty-tbreo and one-
third miles or an average of six and a
half mile for each working day. The
six weeks showed totals as follows:
80& 27V&. 37 84 3 30 or an aggre
gate of 200 mile and a half mile over.
At the eud of six weeks therefore bo
would Lava collected $2 at a cent a
In the course of a year this office
traveling represents nn Impressive
walking tour with Its total of 1.7C3
miles. If made as a continuous trip
across country It would take bits from
New York to' Bismarck N. l. or to
Galvestou Tex. Prooklyti Fnsrla
Diamond Cut Diamond
Question for debntini; societies:
When a life lusuranee npent tackles n
book canvasser will tho canvasser pet
his life insured or will ho sMi a
book? Somervllle Journal.
Its Only l'a.
First Small Boy-I wish I hud that B
centa back I spent for candy. Second
Small Boy What would you do with
It? Flr"t Smfl Tt(ir P.iiy more candy
These shirts are of the E. and
W. and Pioneer Shirt Company
NONE BETTER MADE.
ALL NEW GOODS
Shirt of the
E. D. GREEN & CO.
510 Polk St HJARILIO TEXAS.
IGIi T PHONE. 518. 1
HEHALD SI 00 PER YEAR
S$ad Ut lh Ntwtt el ftar
Old Frltndt tttk Cm.
Soma ot ibtm may want to chiinga their
location and coma wait
A litt! hftlrrm you will rn'.lst in In rsach-
me iruny who aiD ookmn lor naW huniuj.
Ws rnn II your fntjrdi rulhlul Iturntur
alout your nrt of thn countiy Ana ac
thftlr rtnni- on It corn i-mr r-t : r y rr.ir
list el "1 hp Farth" on ini'm M . i n: moiiUiiy
aototrd to bouiltwc-.t irniniritioa.
Dont put It off
Write this week to
C. I. SEA0RMVES
Ceneral Coloulwtlcn Afnnt
1115 Hy. Excliank-a CliicAo.
If You Want
A Home or Rar.ch in Sher-
man. Hantford. Ochiltree or
Hutchinson counties write
Plemons . Texas
Who has some preat bargains
I in Railroad School and Pat-
jfl ented Land.
Phe Here's an lateiu" tlmr story of a
man who hepped to lie sent to prison
In place of bis wi:V. IJv-Alui! ond yet
you always declare that men nro never
self sncr:nciii!. She-Well this man's
wil'o hnp:ened to l;e a wn.herwomau
ami If mIio went to prison he'd have ti
work. Columbus I'o.'.t.
Cash will buy a j
yards. These cattle arc ticlng loaded
.id ' i ;
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Boesen, P. E. The Twice-a-Week Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 80, Ed. 1 Friday, October 5, 1906, newspaper, October 5, 1906; Amarillo, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth281592/m1/4/: accessed July 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .