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That we are giving you the standard grade goods at lower prices than you can buy anywheie
else in the Panhandle? Your liberal patronage enable us to do this. Any merchant with a large
volume of business at cash prices can do it, not alone on
GROCERIES but on HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES and DRY GOODS
CUDAIIV'S English Bacon .per lb, 15c
CUDAHY'S Quaker Lard, 10 lbs $1.00
DOLD'S White Rose Lard, 10 lbsf i.oo
LARD. Jewel Compound, 10 lbs 75c
COFFEE, Crescent, peril) 15c
COFFEE, best sold, 51b bucket.! 1.00
SUGAR, granulated, 14 lbs $1.00
SODA, A. & II., 10 lbs. 60c
BANNER OATS. 4 Ps $1.00
DR. PRICE'S FOOD, per doz..... fi.25
CREAM, Pet brand, 11 cans $1.00
CREAM, Columbian, 1 1 cans ! 1.00
MILK, Eagle, 6 can $1.00
SYRUP, Ribbon Cane, per gal 65c
FLOUR, Good hard wheat, high patent, Diamond C, 100 lbs $2.95
FLOUR, Best soft wheat, high patent, Reliance. 100 lbs 3.15
MEAL, Fresh, white corn meal, 20 lbs 40
BRAN, Good wheat mill run bran. 100 lbs 1.20
GARDEN SEEDS, SEED
UNDERSKIRTS at Under prices,
Health Club Baking Powder, Guaranteed, a glass tumbler free with every 15c Can
FRESH RANCH EGGS.
D.N. WRIGHT Si SON
About sixty people have moved to Car
son county during the winter.
Wheat looks Just like it was going to Mil
the farmers' granaries this summer.
We have heard that Judge Paul was
planning to move a colony of immigrants
to Carson county this year.
, Mr. Editor iif you should visit Panhan
dle any Friday soon, you ought to visit the
school to hear the students sing and de
claim. Rev. Clark of the M. E. Church North
Vvas transferred from here to Dalhart,
Bro. Clark and family have the mark of
Christ written in their hearts.
Tl e farmers around Panhandle shipped
a car of oats from the black lands of
Texas to this place, the latter portion of
last week and this week the farmers are
busy planting oats.
After a tontinuat on of seven mo ths,
it seemed our school would have to close,
but through the goodness of Judge Cray
and Treasurer Callaghan, our school con
tinues one more month.
Our groceryman, Mr. Ashney Callag
har, who had a severe spell of rheuma
tism some tme ago, is now quite sick. We
hope his case is not serious and that he
may soon see him at his place of business
Rev. Kendall is now our pastor of the
M. E. Church North. Tho people of this
place have been knowing Bro. Kendall
for years, and love him as a man and a
preacher. He will move here as soon as
he can get a house.
Fev. Hawkins of the M. E. Church
South, preached a most feeling sermon
here the third Sunday, Not long since
the dear brother, in great sorrow, had to
lay his son beneath tho sod till time shall
be no more. God made our brother a
wonderful pulpit entertainer long ago;
but now God has given our brother a
pathos and a tenderness that shall stir
the hearts of men and women. May
Goi bless Brother Hawkins and keep him
no r the cross.
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Early Rose, per bushel $1.50
Early Ohio, per bushel $1.50
Triumph, per bushel, . $2.00
POTATOES, nice ones, cwt !i.05
SOAP. Diamond C, loo bars fj.25
SOAP, Greenville, 12 bars 25c
BAKING POWDER, Health Club,
10 ounces 10c
PRESERVES, per jar 15c
JELLIES, per glass 8 1-3C
POTATOES, ONION SETS
a few only
Open Until 9
Wheat is looking fine.
Success to the Herald and its many
Bro. Kendall is an old timer in the Pan
handle and knows how to interest Pan
Preaching at the school house Sunday
evening by Rev. Kendall to a large and
Mr. McWhorry and wife of the bar
ranch visited old friends and neighbors
Saturday and Sunday.
Another fine rain last week. All the
lakes are fnll of water yet and the grass
s growing nicely but slow.
Plowing and oat sowing will commence
in earnest this week as the ground is get
ting so the team won't mire up.
Chuck is running low but don't strain
your eyes locking forme, as it still takes
four horses to pull a two horse load from
Thrashing began in earnost today. The
Gasoline traction engine is here and it is
a beauty. Come down, Mr. Editor, and
take a ride with us on it.
Gardening is now the order of the day
with most farmers, come down Mr. Edi
tor and bring your whole staff and I will
feed you on onions grown this winter and
Mr. Simms has moved to his new home.
His little girl Esther had the misfortune
of falling from the wagon, the wheel ran
over her hip, fortunately no serious dam
age was sustained.
Mr. Sellers of Amarillo was here last
week and purchased a car of millet hay
and one of millet seed from G. W. Gar
retson; both cars has been loaded and one
of them shipped out,
Our district ttil! has enough money to
run a school about three months. We
think of starting in again about June, if
we can secure a good teacher. This will
give us a U or a 10 months' term during
the-next 12 months.
Miss Lula Harris closed her school last
Friday (at the end of five months). She
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Hamilton Brown Shoes $1.50 to $3.50
Best for the money.
Ladies and Misses 50c to $1.75
Very pretty, and bargains
HATS AND CAPS
For Boys and Men, 25c to $3.00
Cheaper than going bareheaded
Toweling, per yard, 5c to 10c
Buster Brown Stockings 25c
Get the Automobile
Table Oil Cloth, per yard 20c
Only a Few Left
Goinf Very Cheap, $2.50 to $9.00
If you need a trunk get it now.
Sold at Close Margins
We can give you the best values
for the money in Aniarillo.
2c PER DOZEN
505 Polk St.
is to commence a five months term at
Llano school house, in Armstrong county,
where she taught last summer. Miss
Harris never fails to be wanted the sec
H. B. Conaway contemplates sowing
100 acres in oats. There will be a large
acreage sown in this vicinity this spring.
Wheat and speltz can be sown in this
country until the middle of April at least,
and millet can be sown almost any time
during the summer that you can get a
season for bringing it up.
Our town of Hudson, (known as Lee
Stratton) is a section station on the Santa
Fe railroad, about seven . miles from
Washburn and nine miles from Panhan
dle. J. L. Slimp in our postmaster, but
the office is run by Mrs. Stewart, the
wife of the general foreman on the sec
tion. Mr. Stewards an up-to-date fore
man and the hands he keeps are nioe
gentlemen. Lets all quit calling them
J. H. Handall purchased a gang disc
plow from Charlie Tolloson of Amarillo,
last week. Charlie told him he could lay
down some old fashioned puncheons to
start on.if he desired, but as timber is a
little scarce on the plains Mr. Randall
started it on the toughest sod he could
find. It threw the sod so wickedly that
Mr. Randall decided to wait till the
ground dried so as to hold the plow down
and keep it from running off with the
team. Now I am not trying to advertise
Charlie's plow but it is sure a daisy.
The Tongue Can Tell
a cigar from a cabbage leaf. It
can always ask for an Elk cigar
when it wants the best. All smok
ers are now acquainted with the
fact that we manufacture and
market the best goods for the
money. Our Panhandle is a
sp'.crJid five cent value. There is
none better. Panhandle Cigar
Factoy. 5. A. Gosser, Proprietor,
Amarillo. 26-1 1.
THE SUCCESS is a winner
from every standpoint.
An improved and thoroughly
modern plow at a moderate
price, combining all the fea
tures necessary to make a
first class riding plow.
It is the most simply con
structed aud the most perfect
plow of this style ever made.
With or without tongue
The best general purpose
plow on the market, and at a
price that pleases the pur
chaser. Wholesale and Retail
J. T. Lenoir is attending court at Dal
hart this week.
Dr. C. S. Bingham is sick this week
with la grippe.
Several boys have quit school to go to
work in the field.
Mr. Upton and family will probably
leave us next week.
Several men 'went to Oklahoma this
week to take up' land.
Several ranchmen were in from Beaver
county this week after supplies.
Mrs. Durrett has opened up a millinery
shop. This makes two for our town.
Mrs. R. A. Taylor who has been suffer
ing with rheumatism for some time is
Willie Wakefield's team ran away with
him Wednesday. The buggy was torn to
Mrs. H. A. Knight and daughter, Mrs.
Jessie Clark, left for Dalhart Sunday
The ladies of the Home Mission society
will give an entertainment on the night of
A. L. Medlock repaired the county well
Saturday. The people will have plenty
of water again.
D. T. Wren of Amarillo, and Geo.
Heifrinof Weatherford, are two of the
many prospectors here this week.
W. B. Hudspath has rented the T. D.
Lipscomb place, where he will move right
soon and put in a crop this spring,
The Stratford Mercantile's new goods
came in this week. They have a nice
stock and are doing a good business.
Elton Johns gave a birthday party
Thursday evening, to some of his little
friends who report a pleasant time.
The real estate men are kept busy this
spring showing prospectors over the
country. Some think Stratford will be on
J. W. Burrows of Briscoe county, has
bought two sections of land lying twelve
miles east of Stratford. He will move to
it in the fall.
Several light rains have fallen this
week which were of great benefit to
crops, also to the green grass which is
just beginning to come.
Mrs. Jackson vis.ted the home of J. M.
Montgomery last week.
Mr. Wm. Blivins and wife visited Mr.
and Mrs. McGee Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Hamilton and wife of Wildoradc
visited in town Saturday and Sunday.
Jas. E. May and son were in from Vega
Saturday after another load of house
Mr. and Mrs. Kreisman owners of the
LS ranch with Mr. and Mrs. Gray visited
We understand that T. B. Jones has
bought the residence of J. E. May, and
still there's more to follow.
Joe Frazier and' wife of Channing
passed through town Sunday after spend
ing the day at the LIT ranch, their former
Wallace and Turner sold to J. A. Borex
of Panhandle, Saturday, one hundred and
fifty head of cows to be delivered about
We are sorry to learn that Mr. Whit
field who resides near Vega is so ill. He
has many friends here who is hoping he
will soon be well.
Day hab gone, night am come,
Ole nigger take he rest,
Ob all the countries ebber I saw
Panhandle suits me de best.
More rain, better rain ground wet to
the bottom--green grass. Cattle in fine
condition, lustily lowing in gladness for
WE HAVE the largest
assortment of Plows of
every description, as well as
Cultivators, Harrows and
Planters, Disc Drills and all
Buggies, Carriages and
Wagons of the best makes
and latest styles.
Fence Wire, Paints,
Windmills and Fixtures.
Saddle, Harness and
6th and Polk
the return of spring. Have tj set up more
posts for them to rub oif the old dead
hair the last relic of the past hard win
ter. Cackling hens, gobbling turkeys and
the immaginary singing of the birds
among the rustling boughs, completes the
picture of the joy and gladness that per
meats the atmosphere in and around
Cass Thompson is on the puny list wo
hope soon to have him out.
Our school is progressing nia'y anJ ill
things are lovely around Dumas.
Some gardening being done one and
early corn planting will be the s'ylo this
Josh and Jos McAdams relieved the
town of the six weeks water famine, by
repairing the well last Friday.
Will Caldwell from the Blue Creek
country; sold some very fine seed sweet
potatoes in Dumas yesterday.
J. W. Morton passed through town yes
terday on his return from the Cattlemer.s
Convention at Ft. Worth, reports a good
time. He was I believe the only represen
tative from this section.
And now the voice of the new born
baby girl which occurred at the home of
our amiable, affable Judge, W. M. and
Mrs. Eva Jeter.is adding its dulcet strains
mingling in the joyous throng and so the
joy goes on.
On the third Sunday Rev. W. H.
Younger, Missionary pastor of the Bap
tist church for the community, held ser
vices in the Methodist church. Although
cool and windy he he had a good congre
gation and entertained us with a fine ser
mon. A thoroughly good and pious man,
full of the power and spirit of the Holy
Ghost, he entertained us for an hour with
an enlivening sermon.
We had a couple of prospectors in Du
mas last week, one from Bosque county
and one from Mills. They are beginning
to drop in and by the time grass gets good
we are looking for them in flocks. Come
along ye good men and fill up "God's
Country." Our greatest desire is to see
it bloom and blossom as the rose. Once 1
was young but now I am old, but 1 have
never seen a more inviting country than
this, and I am sure you will never see
thrifty, energetic men or their seed beg
On the 2(ith Bro. J. Winford Hunt filled
the pulpit at Dumas. He came sick, had
been so for a week in Channing, so we
could not and did not expect more than a
short lecture from him. His theme and
text was from Paul, "Press Forward to
the Mark." As the beauty and glory of
the race revealed itself to him and the
power of the Holy Spirit fell upon him he
launched out, clothed in the wholo armor
of God and ran to thi glory and edifica
tion of his audience, 'till he reached the
goal. My, it was a grand sermon with a
grand ending. All felt it was good to be
there. Apropos, I told the b-iother he had
better got sick again as ho had boaton
himself on this occasion.
Mr. J. N. Whitfield is very low with
Miss Berta Holloway went to Amarillo
Mrs. J. L. Holloway was able to visit
the sick Sunday.
Little Everette Wiseman is visiting his
uncle and aunt in Amarillo, Ernest Pierce
Quite a number of Vegans carried in a
lot of grain last week, and some of them
brought back lumber for Mr. May's
We understand Mrs. J. N. ivy will re
turn to her home in Vega by the first of
April, having boen at their ranch for quite
Warm spring weather is putting new
life in the people of this vicinity, Many
are preparing to sow oats and plant
There will bo preaching at Voga next
Saturday night by Bro. Brendel, the first
day of April. Sunday, the second is ex
pected to be a big day at North Draw,
everybody come and bring dinner.
Let is have a chat through the differ
ent correspondents to the Herald. How
to garden on the plains to have best re
sults? What to plant and when to plant,
especially how to grow onions.
Mrs. J. L. Holloway says she can tell
you how to grow cabbage best for fall and
winter, and the best seed tc sow. Any
one wishing to know ask through the
Herald, and she will kindly give her
method and experience.
Invaluable for Rheumatism.
I have been suffering for the past
few years with a severe attack of
rheumatism and found that Dailard
Snow Liniment was the only thing
that gave me satisfaction and tend
ed to alleviate my pains. March
24, 02. John C. Degnan, Kins
man, 111. 25c, 50c and $100.
L. 0. Thompson. . Ftf
J. W. S. HOLMAN
(Ex-County Attorney and ex-County
aud District Clerk of Calhoun
, County, Texas. )
Attorney -at -Law
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Britain & Clark, Russell B
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Salts $12.50 to $35.00. Pants
$3.50 to $10.00.
Oar volume of basiness
mattes Prices sound liKe
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DR. R. W. C. LO WRY
Office at L. O. Thompson K: Pros.'
DniK Store. Aniarillo, Texas.
Office rhone I,S7 Residence Phone 153
W. D. PATTON
PII i'SICIAN AND SURGEON
Office at W. D. Patton Dnttf Com jkuj y
50N Polk St. Amarillo, Tex.
DR. A. J. CALDWELL
Practice limited to the diseases of the
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Office Suite 0 Carson JUdg.
Office Phone 401 Residence Phone
E. A. Johnston. I). R. Ely.
Fly & Johnston,
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Office phone S.j,
Residence phone 9H.
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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Office in Holland Building, Upstairs.
Rooms 1 and 2.
Phone 273, Amarillo, Thxas.
WILL A. MILLER LAND CO.
LAND AND CATTLE
3,000,000 Aoraa of Land for 8alo
Choloe Ranches on Reasonable Terms
John H. Wills,
REAL ESTATE and ABSTRACTS,
Potter County Organized, Aniarillo Laid
Out and John II. Wills' Land Office Es
tablished in 1887.
J. W. VmI. J. W. Critdf Inf to. J. S. BaUr.
Veale, Crudgington & Bailey,
AMARILLO, - - - TEXAS
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Of Ro Ovar Amarillo National Bank.
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