The Sunday Morning Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 17, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 22, 1910 Page: 6 of 8
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THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD I SUNDAY MAY 22' 1910.
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OF GOUNIY ROADS
William II. DunIi M'eulMijr Mntifuo
luri'r nuil luru I.aiM Owner
Tulks of Ntt-ila of Aiunfltlu.
R'llllam H. "liuxh. and wife of
Clilcasn ant vlaltlnji In Amarillo for
i'vcrl days.' Mr. Huflh U the lart
w ludlvldual Jandbolder la tuts por-
Hon of the l'aubandlo. Ilia acreag
rum over on hundred and II fly Dec-
tTonn It In stated a air quantity ot
v blcli' In yielding cropa of fcrnln In
addition to the pasturage value In
conversation with a repn-sntaHro
of the pally Panhandle Mr. Bush
aid; ' '
"Tbla la my first visit to Arnorlllo
In It year. The Improvements In the
city are littlo abort of wondorfnl.
Tbla la a great country with only
lURgostlon of the posula great na
reveolrd. Amarillo atanda proml-
Bontly to tha front In this Improve-
ment cruaado but at tbla there Is a
city building craze throiiKhout tho
country. It mius that little elae
la thought of than city building. No
eolon of the country Is entirely
tree from the Influence."
Continuing his conversation along
lines auggcatlve of the development
of Amnrlllo Mr. ntiah aald: "I would
be glad to see county roads estab-
lished on all suction Hues loading
out of tho city. This ahould be
done while tbe laid la cheap. . The
owners of cheap land do not dislike
to give It away nearly iy much aa
they do after It shall have attained
greater worth. Even If the roads
are not needed at 'this particular
time there will come a eoash when
liiy will Uo ut orvli:o ua i)m the
couuty will iu tuuiu.' '
Tina la tue fintt trip to Ai'iurillu
and tho 1'unliunulo Couuiry for Mrs.
Uustw Bho U eutliUHlttutlc ovir It
exclulnilng; "1 find tl'U country In-
fenaely lutirtmUng. lconaldur the
roaUwuja Jo tlOU piitlou of the
country niarVi loua. To think of flue
autolng over the litiis turfed with
native grans as fl.v un our hoiutod
boulovarda of Cbliano and without
tbu enormous tort lu irnmoy and
time ustd In tbe construction of the
latter. I have nevor s-on anything
like It- avglno driveway unywbeio
that an opunlng can bo found. Sue a
things are unknown to us of the
Windy City aa well aa thouo of tho
more populous clllm ot the coun
Mr. Iluhh la the In ad of the great
Iush Hat manufartory and other
manufacturing Induilrloa. Ho has
owned land In this country fffr a
number of years; and lir.a Visited In
this city ocraulonally during thut
HK)DM(;i:r dkxikh itiu'OKT
Knf 1 here la No Trutli to Htory
Hint lie InlrmlM MIiik 'ilia
liiiffulo Jlenl to Mexico.
Wiaii KIDXIH MKH WKAK
Kidney IjImi aM'H 'aue Half tlie Com-
ii ml UU of Aiu-
(WKT AT TAIIOKA.
Urand Jury Adjourn Without ICo
..turning m Hlnyle ludU tinent.
Tahoka Tex. May 21. District
Court convened here last ' Monday
and adjourned at poon i'rlday. The
case of the Plate va. John Hurt re-
sulted In acquttal and tbe raso of
tho fJUte vs. C. M. Harris was con-
tinued. Theso were the only crim-
inal cases on tho d&kot. There
were only two o three civil cases
andjhejr were disposed of.
The grand Jury after nearly three
daya work adjourned without re-
turning a single Indictment and re-
ported that their lnvpHtlgatlona had
falle to disclose a misdemeanor In
Col. Charles Goodnight paasod
through Amnrlllo yesterday curoute
from Old Mexico to his homa at
Gno(lnlfht. Asked about the prens
dispatch sent out from El Taso to
tho effect that he was going to move
his buffulo herd from Goodnight to
Mexico Col. Goodnight atuted un-
ncBltallagly that there was not the
least truth In the statement.
On tho contrary It was learned to
bo by no means certain that Col.
Goodnight will gg To Mexico. In the
event lie does leove the Panhandle
he will not UIhooso of bis holdings In
thin nnrtlnn of thu' iitatn. Including I
the now famous buffalo herd. Col.
Goodnight la a portion It the Fan-
handle together with the buffaloea
and tho history ye has made and It
will ho gratifying to his almost
countless friends to know that be Is
to retain his holdings In this vast
empire of tho plains.
Col. GoodnlKht Is ono of tbe plc-
tsresqho landmarks of western
.cohntry.' He assisted !fc blazing the i
way td the present clvlllzatlol. He
Is ono of those Jolly whole-souled
characters who desllnea positively to j
to grow old. He Is keen and alert I
taking an' autlve lntedest In "ull j
things tbat loncern himself the peo-1
plo or tho country In a general way
Aa one weak 1 nk weakens a chain
ho weak klJne) weaken tbe whole
body and haste the final breaking
Overwork atr lns colda aud other
causes Injure tin kidneys and when
their activity Ii lehBenod tbi whole
body suffers fn in the excess of uric
pnh.on clrculatnl In the blood.
Aches and pa)ns and languor and
urinary ills cr.fie and there Is an
ever-lngreaslng J tendency towards
diabetes and tidal Drlght's disease.
There Is no reaj hHp for the suffor-
er except kidney help.
Doan's Kidney pills
on' the kidneys and
No need to take the statement of
soreono living far away as evl-
de:.ve. ' f
Here's a case right In tills local-
Mrs. J. P. 'Williams. Henrietta.
Texas says: "I hBd kidney trduble
for about six months and In tbat
time I endured my full share of Buf-
fering. The kidney accretions were
too frerjiiont In pobhurp my back
was weak and I liad a dull ache in
my hips. Donn'a Kidney Pills re-
lieved me greatly and though I only
used ofle box I know they are a rom-
edy that can be depended upon. In
return lor the benefit I
from their use I give Doan's Kidney u ; t"mA
Pills my highest en loraetnent.'
Kor snlo by nil dealers. Price &f
cents. roater-MUburn Co. Buffalo
New York solo ugents ror the I'nltcd
Remember the nam'o Doan's
and take no other.
To On Friends ami Patronsi
We have aold our business to Dr.
A. J. Lingo one f. the most thor-
ough apeelallsta on chronic diseases
In the South. Dr. Lingo has had
long experience and la well versed
In the uso of all mechanical ap-
pliances used In the treatment of dis-
eases peculiar to women. He la not
an advertlnlng doctor and will prac-
tise along strictly . ethical lines.
recelvcdi Knowing htm na we do we are sure
hlm"1' "" non0Bt "erv:ceB fivn
silctn1r' IIn'?0 'ms ftJ'l''' t0 111
growths t' hu "'nov"1 f Bmi11
assistants wSrJl"h0"' CtC" Luili
Thanking you ' tt.Midanro
Sle. ahown U durtaj W c0t
arillo we are u'ur ln AnK
Wnccrel 0(lri '
DR. BLANCHE A. i-U.NiAr.
I)U. T. 11. P. DUNCAN. S
T Tew of Corsllnng romri
Amarillo soon to live.
Max Zwlrn for tho past five year
with the Famous leaves today fo
thron montlm' tour of t.urope. lio
expects to return to Amerlllo.
. .. . .
Here From Cedur Rttplds Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. B. Woodrofte are In
the city. Mr. Woodroffe Is looking
after his business Interests here as
fiscal agent for the American-Canadian
50 Years In the
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Amarillo Sheet Metal Works
COPPER AND GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE
Sheet Metal Trimmings for Buildings
Tanks and Flues
WARM AIR HEATING
FIRE PROOF METAL WINDOWS ' SKY LIGHTS
PHONE. 11 59 . 307 TYLER ST.
I'm mi il m in. ml .
Heat Your Home
With One Fire?
Does It with eoonomy
iWf mp i;n
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Ueent aVdvafo o new- MCeb Ifp
-ewefify davenpoh fo and eadv efaaAhb
confyhm vtftat w6 knew wal d wtie
frUlefiaSe. iU fiave tficm in wdfiof-
any oV mlMlon finUfi witftl 4ftfan
clid edtftel ieafo and Saekd 'dula-
bhtirifl and bfoonqdl made.
'amhfo vaUetif oj 4ttfte4 and mlec
to -.eftooie fyomi " wftqteveV iou need
in pAnituU ou: &oek earn 4UjpCij.
.w&jfMiftg'fok'tne home. ;.
mm FURNITURE SBff 'Y
THE WORTH WHILE 5ALE
SHOWS more bargains than fussf else the crowds would not
grow steadily greater each day. This is because more people
come and See and tell others; arid they come and tell others
Now you come arid tell someone what you saw.
If you only buy a pair of Rubdry Towels the savinjg will pay
your car fare and 20c over. IS IT WORTH WHILE?
sheets And pillow
Herd. are prices worth
while:'; ' - ''
15c Ti(l ow Cases size 36x42
. i:.;. ...ioc
20c Tillow 'Cases size 36x42
inches Ii Hn
each I Jl
V 25c Tillow Cases size 36x42
" inches - - Onp
1 ' ' each... ..tUli
. '." 65c Sheets' size 72x90 AO
inches each ...tub
90c Sheets; size 72x90 7 0
inches .each . . ' I Uu
$1 Sheets size 81x90 . 00
.inches.; each .. .. UJu
$1.15 Sheets size 90x99; 01
inches each . V
12 l-2c nieachcrl . 1f
9-4 Bleached Sheeting. 07
32 l-2c grade Lib
. 10-4 Bleached Sheeting QQP
35c Kradc. .Wu
' 9-4 Bleached Sheetins: OCp'
' . 30c uradc '.tluU
V lO-Urnbleched Sheet-07p
. ' inp 32 l-2c grade Liu
Every day luxuries you
' can't gel too many and these
prices are worth while:
1 ' "60c Bicached Turkish Bath
' :35c Bleached Turkish Bath'
' pair . v . tub
'At; Half Price
Women's Sunshine Tailored Suits
Worth while price
All fine pattern hats
Worth while price ' ' '
Men's. Schloss Bros. Spring Suits
Worth while price
Boy's Captain Kid Suits "
Worth while i price '
Big lot assorted Embroideries
Worth while price
$5.00 Silk Pettiqoats assorted .
colors for i .
Some linens worth
while and some prices
35c Bleached table 00 n
damask. . slwu
$1.75 Bleached. CI 0C'
table damask . . V ' uu
$1.00 Bleached 77
.v table damask . ... I f Is r
darnalk'!.1..10 38C MBBON ' BARGAINS
'40c Bleached table 00
damask . Lu
damask . ..
damask . .
And especially are these
worth while for hair Rib
All pure silk' Taffeta
Ribbon assorted colors
2 5-8 inches 1fl
.i.vr TOWELS r
40c Unbleached Turkish'
pair . . .....-1 1
$1 a pair - Rubdry Bath
Sr?.": . 7flc
70c a pair 'Rubdry Bath
NOTE R.ubtlry- Towels
' come put up one in sanitary
carton and sell regularly at
35c and 50c each sale price
20c and 35c each or 40c-and
70c a pair. 1
25c Rubdry Crash 17
per yard .' 1 1 u
20c Rubdry Crqsh. 10
per yard I wl
Beautiful Floral Dimi- QO n
ties and lawns .Uw
Assorted White Waistinjjs
one fourth to . THIRD OFF
Lawns 15 to 20c . .
Assorted. Colored .
Lawns"; ... . ......
$2.25 81 Inch Bleached
$1.25 Bleached or Q0
German twill .... Ub
All pure silk.
Ribbon 3' 1-8"
inches wide at .
Ribbon. 3 1-2
colors " .
10c Grenadine and bar- 7-
red LawnS . . lb
36 inch Light. Weight Cotton
buiting for rompers
and bloomers . . . .
Unions . ;
Bovs Porous Knit.
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