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VOL. XIX.
AMARILLO, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1905
NO. 26
The Bank Clearings at Amarillo for the Week Ending March 28th, 1905, $81,083.08
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SPECIAL
25 KITCHEN CABINETS
(Reg. Price $6.50)
CLOSE OUT Price $4.oo
10 KITCHEN CABINETS
(Reg. $5 kind)
CLOSE OUT Price $3.00
10 LAWN SWINGS
(Reg. $7.50 value)
CLOSE OUT Price $4 50
CARPETS
Wiltons, IlrusrseU, Ingrains.
New patterns for the Spring
Seasons. We have a display
of new effectsthut are appre
ciated by the most critical
buyers,
RUGS"
Turkish, Indian, Wilton,
Brussels, Axniinster. Seamed
and Stainless. Small and car
pet sizes. Largest and best
assonnent of Oriental Rugs
and Carpets we h.ive ever
shown.
MATTINGS
China and Japan Matting,
Tan .ies and white. A large
quantity of these Mattings,
beautiful designs, extra goxl
values at attractive price...
LINOLEUM
Tile, Carpet and Grnaite ef
fects, best in material, finish,
wear and style. We recom
mend our Linoleum for their
excellence of finish, perfect
matching, durability and
moderate price.
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Maddrey & Kenyon
Furniture Company
Funeral Directors and Embahners
IKK KKNDRICK, Mgr.
Phone 250 506 Pclk St.
'""Ml 1 I 1" 1 1 '
Will Plant Kaffir Corn.
C. M. Farley, of the XX ranch
was in the city yesterday, and was
a pleasant caller at the Herald
office. He says that his outfit will
put in about 200 acres of 'kaffir
corn, and some oats this spring, the
result of feuding during the cold
weather in February being such
that they will never let their stuff
go through another cold snap with
out assistance.
Join the Club.
Only $1.00 per month. Your
shoes shined as often as desired.
Winklero barber shop, 41 1 Polk.St.
23tf S. N. Born.
MILLINERY
OPENING
APRIL 6
THE FAriOUS
f
137,000 ACRES
For Sale at
$2.50 Per Acre
Large body of it nub-irrigated and in alfalfa. Several creeks
of running water. Fences and improvements. One of the
most fatuous ranches of the southwest
Box 683
S. J. SLADE
PALO DUROCLUB
Pleasure Body Huys Two factions
of Land and Gets Down
to Business.
The Palo Duro Club ha3 gotten
down to business, and will proceed
at once to the realization of its
plans in rsgard to the improvement
of its reserves, in the Canvyn.
There was a larguly attended a nd
very enthusiastic meeting of the
club at the court house yesterday
afternoon, at which the way was
blazed toward the correct organi
zation necessary to successful ac
complisnment of the ambitious
plans.
Will Boyce, President, presided
over the session, and Secretary
Thomas Currie served as recorder,
reading clerk and secretary.
He reported the applications of
Messrs. W. N. Thompson, A. G.
Stanley, B. T. Ware, S. J.' Slade,
A. E. Harp (of Plainview), L. B.
Russell Jr., S. D. Cross and Chas.
Mayer, and all of tne gentlemen
were voted in as members in due
form.
What was even more to the
point, he reported that he had col
lected $4,400 of the first payment
01 stock, and after the charter fee
and franchise tax was paid, amount
ing to $21, the first payment on
land, amounting to $2100 had been
paid, 50 that the title in the land
now rests in the club, subject, of
course, to the completion of the
contract already entered into.
Out of the original ninety-three
signing the roll, eighty-seven have
produced the apples, and upon mo
tion, the remainder were allowed
ten days additional time in which
to pay up, it not being desired to be
hard on any one, and to give those
temporarily out of the city, a
chance to get right.
The club, sitting as a committee
of the whole, the matter of the
draft of the by-laws submitted by
th9 committee appointed for that
purpose, was then taken up, and
this occupied the attention of the
body for the remainder of the
afternoon.
The membership of the club, as
it stood at the time of adjourment
yesterday was as follows:
T. F. Turner, Thomas Currie,
Will Boyce, Felix S. Franklin,
M. W. Cunningham, D. W. Owen,
R. L. Stringfellow, L. 0. Thomp
son, M. McLaughlin, J. N. Beverly
D. R. Fly, W. S. Roberts, Frank
Wolflin, F. M. Puttey, S. R. Mer
rill. J. M. Kindred, C. O. Wolflin,
J. N. Freeman, J. W. Veale, J. N
Pettit, H. H. Wallace, Al Chastain,
F. P. Powell. C. T. Kilgore, W. A.
Lockett, Louis Anthony, R. B.
Newcome. G. A. Works, E. J.
Witt, F. W. Zimmerman, M. C.
Nobles, Lon Sellars, J. W. Pierson,
C. B. Reeder, H. H.Cooper, Horace
Gooch, J. R. Bowman, W. E. Kirk,
J. I. Kendrick, 0. M. Eakle, A. M.
Bivins, H. E. Herron, F. M. Ong,
New Walk Abouts.
Spring trousers at the Famous,
equal in style, fit and shape to the
best tailors productions, at
A WAY DOWN PRICES,
Amartllb
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The Saving' Habit
Is a Good Habit to Have.
It aids in making you financially independent. Pocket
change does not disappearso rapidly, and the many ways
of spending your income to so little advantage will be
forgotten as a solid, substantial bank account grows,
and a "nest egg" accumulates, to be ready when a bus
iness or other emergency demands it. Then you will
appreciate the saving habit.
Interest paid on Time Deposits. We appreciate
your patronage.
Make Your Deposits With the
National Bank of Commerce
J. L. SMITH, Pres. AmaHUo
II
ODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS,
(The wires being down today, Tuesday's quolrtions are given).
Amarillo, Texas, March 28, 1905.
Following are the quotations 011 futures of grain, meat and . cotton
furnished at I he close of market today by l. 13. Iledrick & Co., Suite
5, Carson building.
NEW YOKK COTTON.
Ojen High Low Close
May $.(H $7.65 $7.56 $7.56
July 7-54 7-55 74 7-4
CHICAGO V UTURKS -WII HAT.
July 89 1' 8834'
CORN.
Mav 4SJ4 48; 47:3 47
July 48 fa"
OAT?.
May 3 3 29"h 29:4
PORK.
May 1275 1277 1270 1279
Lard, May, 715; July, 730. Short Ribs, May, 697; July, 717.
Frank DeWitt, E. L. Dohoney, Jr..
J. P. Wood, A. A. Lumpkin, J. H.
Gouldy, H. A. Nobles. A. L. Mc
Knight, E. A. McKinnan, H. J.
Isaacs, J. L. Smith, Lee Bivins, G.
S. Williams, J. M. Russell, W. A.
Crossett, J. H. Wells, J. C. Paul,
C. F. Mayer. John M. Wright. S. L.
Trigg, F. W. Dodson, H. B. Jones,
J. D. Hamlin, W. D. Patton, H. G.
Boyce, A. B. Spencer, Will A.
Miller, Jr., A. L. Chase, W. D.
Garwood, A. Conrad, Sam Thomas,
W. H. Fuqua, C. J. E. Lowndes, J.
S. Fuqua, P. H.Seewald, A. David
son, H. P. Canode, G. J. Nunn, J.
R. Wallace, J. H. Blair, Ira Web
ster, R. R. Seeds, H. B. Sanborn,
W. N. Thompson. A. G. Stanley,
B. T. Ware, S. J. Slade, A. E.
Harp, L. B. Russell, Jr., S. D.
Cross.
Lodge of Eaglei.
The matter of the organization of
an eyrie or lodge of the order of
Eagles is being brought up again
and itis more than likely that some
thing will come of it in this in
stance, Amarillo is the largest
town in the southwest without a
lodge of this popular liberal order,
and the organizers of the frater
nity have had their eyes upon it
for quite a long time.
Quality Talk On Cigars.
We differ from most cigar manu
facturers in portioning our adver
tising. We give most of it to The
Smoker by putting Quality In the
cigar in place of on bill boards and
other expensive advertising, and
we are winning The Smoker by so
doing. They appreciate Quality
In The Cigar In preference to read
ing about it. That's why our Elk
and Panhandle cigars are leaders.
Panhandle Cigar Factory, Amarillo
26-lt
WINNING FAVORS
From all who see them. .
The New GAGE HATS
At The Famous
RAY WHEATLEY, Cashier.
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Pierian Club Entertains.
Last evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jackson on Harrises st,
the Pierian Club held an open meet
ing with the husbands of its mem
bers and a few other guests pres
ent. The evening was to be
Shakespearian, each man's work
ing partner was to be the lady
whose card entertained the other
half of a quotation begun on his
own card. When all had found
their partners, and soon after
seats, and booklets were distributed
containing a guessing contest based
on Shakespearian characters, and
thirty minutes was given for mak
ing itout Mesdames Nunn and Smith
were the lucky winners of the
prizes, two Looks. Capt. Kindred
and Mrs. Nunn were very original
in their answers and the result of
their labor were read aloud for the
benefit of those present. Near
the midnight hour a delicious lunch
consisting of cream ralad, ham
sandwiches, Saratoga chips, coffee
and salted meats were served, and
all went home wishing they might
have more opn meetings with Mr.
and Mrs. Jackson.
Notice.
On account of the non-arrival of
my stock I will be unable to open
my music store until April 5th,
when I invite you to see the latest
improved Edison, and Victor phono
graphs, also the new line of Musi
cal Instruments and a large assort
ment of all the latest and newest
music published at popular prices.
117 East Fourth street, In Cain
block. JohnM. Markel 26-H
Sensational Silk Selliug.
Rich, glossy, pure silk, ctegant
weave, all colors,' the prettiest
goods we have ever handled. 26-lt
THE FAMOUS.
E3
Solid Gold Baby Rings 75c
Solid Gold Baby Rings, heai y $ 1 .00
Diamond Set Baby Rings $1.75
AT JOS. ASTRACAN'S
Tti Jeweler Amarillo
BOWHAN'S PARTY.
Exalted Ruler Entertains Friends
Splendidly at Elk Lodge
Rooms.
A large number of the Klks and
their friends met at the lodge room
last night in response to an invita
tion of the newly elected Exalted
Ruler, J. R. Bowman. An expert
pianist had been employed for the
occasion, and the terpsichorean art
was endulged in until the conven
tional time for departing. At 1 1
o clock a significant hour in Elk
dora Dr. L. E. Magnenat, in a
few well chosen words, welcomed
the guests in the behalf of the host
of the evening, eulogized the de
parted members of the order and
the mothers who bore them. After
tin' tolling of the bell, announcing
ike nth hour, during which the
lights were turned off.theroom was
again ablaze with light and E. R
Taft, assisted by the Elks present
rendered the Stein Song, which made
such a hit at the minstrel show re
cently given by the Elks.
During the dancing which fol
lowed, an elegant lunch was served
in the shape of ice cream and cake,
which was enjoyed by all. During
the evening punch was served in the
alcove of the lodge room, and the
frequent visits made to it by the
guests present was ample proof of
its excellent quality.
That Mr. Howinan is an ideal
host was the verdict of all present
and at the hour of parting all wished
for hi 111 many happy returns of the
day.
For a Race Meet.
Lucius Dills of Roswell, left for
his home today after a couple
of days spent here in the interest
of the proposed Pecos Valley rac
ing circuit, and effected what will
most likely prove to be a satisfac
tory understanding for a race meet
ing in this city to take the last
date of the series, held along the
southern branch of the Santa Fe.
More complete decision will be
reached in the matter later on and
the dates will be announced to the
public. Mr. Dills, who is city en
gineer at Roswell, and one of the
best known newspaper men in the
southwest, enjoyed his visit very
much and was surprised in the
change that has taken place in the
Panhandle since he lived at Tas
cosa, some twenty odd years ago,
when he was prosecuting attorney.
Now
is your opportunity. Ten dollars
will pay for a special course in
Shorthand, Bookkeeping or Type
writing for the remainder of the
term. G. J. Nunn.
Buying Footwear
is a business proposition. Appear
ance, comfort and durability are
features you seek. That's what
you get when you buy shoes at
the Famous where prices are low
est, 26-lt
Say
Go to Crossett Bros., look in the
window and see six eggs that
tfeigh one pound. You may think
they are turkey eggs, but they are
from my Black Minorcas. Settings
for sale. J. C. Wren,
T27tf Amarillo.
DON
T FAIL TO ATTEM1
MISS TAYLOR'S
Informal Millinery Opening
APRIL 6, I90S At p. w.owen's
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QUALITY
THE RIGHT FLAVOR
BETTER THAN HOME MADE
Vou can add the Proper
Flavor to your Life by
trading with the store you
DON'T HAVE TO WATCH
YOUR ACCOUNT ALWAYS RIGHT
SYOUR ORDER FILLED RIGHT
THE QUALITY ALWAYS RIGH?
THE PRICE ALWAYS RIGHT
RICHELIEU
PURE FOODS
Your Worry Quits
When You Trade Here
BARRETT'S
Cor 5th and Polk Phone 173
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WATCH!
THIS SPACE
Something new every
week but that sonie-
thing may make you feel
bad. It will possibly
bring you the sad news
that while you Waited
another stepped in and
bought the land or lots
you wanted and the price
lias lx;cn marked up.
Act and Then Think!
You are now doubtless
grieving over your mac- T
iion. cuy now. Don t
wait.
i; M. W. Cunningham i
lias for sale the property that i
you want, out may not
have it long
Amarillo Texas
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