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4" ft' tMb twice-a-week heraed FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS fioo sections of Mack loam, mostly plains land, from S.voo to $X.oo per acre on easy terms, from one sec tion to any amount that a man wants; all patented land, good water, good location for homes. Tor fur ther information address JOHN M. STANSBERRY & CO. Amarillo rax Felix 5. Livestock Amarillo Till; I'ANIIANDLK STOCKMKN'S ASSOCIATION will have its itmiual meeting in Amarillo April lS, 19 aiul 20. Kvery person 'nteiested in the livestock business should attend this, the greatest meet ' .ng in the history of the Association. Amarillo is the passway for al most every cow buyer in the country. If you cannot be here, list your cattle with me and I will do my lest to sell them for you. I thank you for the liberal patronage you have given me in the past. S. J. A L L E N Attorney-at-Law and Dealer in Real Estate Abstracts Furnisned on Notice. Lands for Sale in all Parts of the Panhandle. CANADIAN - - TEXAS $4.00 AN ACRE Good, smooth level plains land in the Panhandle of Texas. No waste, soil 4 to 5 ft. deep. Good wells and wire fences. Within two miles of railroad. $4 per acre, but you had bet ter speak quick. S. J. Slade Box 083 Amarll Have You a Farm for Sale OR Do You want to Buy a Farm? We handle farm lands and property of every description. WE CAN SELL YOUR FARM or we can trade it. Write us S. J. SLADE Box 683 Amarillo FIRE! LIFE! TORNADO ACCIDENT HEALTH INSURANCE Mc Knight & Williams Phont J 3 If You Want A Home or Ranch in Sher man, Hansford, Ochiltree or Hutchinson counties write Champ Traylor Ptemont Taiat Who has some great bargains in Railroad, School and Pat ented Land. WML Texas El FranKlin Broker Texas W, A. WARD & SON BREEDERS OF Registered Hereford Cattle Soma Flna Built For Sala 3 Miles South : Amarillo, Teias Great Hereford Sale To Occur at Time of Panhandle Stockmen's Meeting There will be a public sale of thoroughbred Hereford cattle held at Amarillo. Texas, on April 19th and 20th, commencing at 1 o'clock p. m.. promptly each day. The offerings will consist of 155 bulls of suitable age for service, and about 40 young cows, either with calf at foot, or about to calve. These cattle are from the herds of the following well known breed ers: W. S. VanNatta & Son, Fowler. Ind. Wm. George, Aurora. 111. Wallace Libbey, Ottawa. 111. W. H. Watts. Ottawa. 111. J. J. Horning, Ottawa, 111. N. J. Hiltabrand, Lostant. 111. Magenheimer Bros, Flora, 111. Dette Bros., Brinktown, Mo. Robert Turnbull, Speer, 111. and several others of equal re pute. A better lot of this number were never sold at auction in this or any other country. We do not expect hig prices, a better opportunity was never offered the cattlemen of the Panhandle to buy what they want and need at their own price. Everything will be sold to high est bidder without reservation. Col. R. E. Edmonson with able as sistants auctioneer. Catalogue will be out April 1. For catalogue and further infor mation write O. H. Nelson, Pres. 22tf Amarillo, Texas. There will be a car load of regis tered stallions, of the several draft breeds on exhibitionard offered for sale during the convention.. Gasolene Engines for Sale. We have two gasolene engines for sale. These engines have been in use about a year and were used for operating the presses in the Herald office, but have been re placed with electric power. For further information write or call on the Amarillo Water, Light and Power Co. If You Wish to Buy A residence either for home or investment, 1 would he pleased to show you, ns I have some bargains in some of the best properties in the city. Yours forlUtsiness 3 J, N. PETTIT 8 j Phon 08 CbrUdt BldJ V cccc cccc cccc ccccccct cccc ' i- -.,ttJ- THE PAlN TEACHERS Program of the Meeting to be Held at Clarendon in April on the 7th and 8th. FRIDAY, APRIL 7. 10:00 a. m. Invocation, Rev. G. S. Hardy; Address of Welcome, Hon. T. H. Peebles; Response, Prof. John B. Bishop of Charming. 11:00 What should a pupil know when he enters the Grammar Grades, Prof. E. L. Dohoney, Amarillo, Prof. W. P. Miller, Wellington. 1 1 :30 Indirect and Atmospheric Dis cipline, Miss Pearl Betts, Clarendon, Prof A. Ernsberger, Canyon. 1:30 p. m The Best Method of Teach ing Literature, Dr. S. E. Burkhead, Clar endon College, Miss Laura V. Hamner, Claude. ?::$0 p. m.-The Dec'mal Point, l'rof. J. Hall. Newlin, Prof. E. T. Genheimer, Claude, 3:30 p. m. How Shall We Spend Our Vacations, Miss Lela Allen, Clarendon. Miss Lizzie Eppler, Amarillo. 4:00 p. m. Query Box. S:l" p. m. Enterta nment at College Chape!. SATURDAY APRIL 8. 9:30 a. nv-lnvo ation, Rev. W. P. Dickey; How to make Geography Inter esting, Miss Bell Parker. Canyon, Mrs. F. V. Allen, Amarillo. 10:30 a. m. Our Public School Sys tem, Prof. L. A. Wells. Memphis. 1 1 :30 a. m. The Summer Normal, Its Province. Prof. E. R. Haynes. Claude, Prof. W. F. Johnston, Clarendon College. l:30-p. m. Is the Teacher's "Com pensation Adequate? Miss Rosa Lee Cole, Amarillo, Prof. O. R. Gable, Dalhart. 2:20 p. m. Mathematics in the High School, Prof. W. B. Quigley, Amarillo. 3:30 p. m. The Obligations of the ex Officio County Superintendent of the Pub lis Schools, Judge Q. Moore, Claude. Judge Merrill, Amarillo, Judge Geo. F. Morgan, Clarendon. The usual reduced rates will be given over the various railroads. Miss Gabie E. Bettes, Secretary. D. W. Hawking, President. Canadian. The alfalfa farms are beautiful and will doubtless yield an abundant crop the coming season. The acreage of oats will be large this year, the wheat is looking excellent and promises a fino yield. There is a great deal of new land be ing turned with a view to planting larger crops this coming year. The merchants are receiving farm im plements by the car load and the farmers are taking them to the country almost by the wagon load. Elder Watley. pastor of the Baptist church at this p!ace has just returned from Waco where he attended the meet ing of the Bapi.ist board of education. Elder Emmons, pastor of the Presby terian church of Canadian, will remove to Missouri soon. His place here will be filled by an able m'nister from Dalhart. Canadian wants an electrician at once to place an electric plant for lighting the town. She has a 50 horse power engine with which the cotton gin is ruji during the ginning season to operate the plant with. The railroad company is arranging to construct a substantial bridge across the Canadian river, beginning work at once. It is expected that there will be a wagon bridge built in connection with it which will be a great convenience to the entire country around. Correspondent Groom News. They have completed the well at Mr. Alexanders. G. O. Walker went to Amarillo on business this week. Mrs. S. O. Walker went to Amarillo on business last week. Walter Knorpp and wife spent Sunday with E. S. Blaedel. One of the Watley children is sick, but is reported as improving. ' Henry Patterson went to P. Stephen's ranch and bought land of alfalfa hay last week. Our school closed last Friday. We had a fine school under the management of Prof. Cornett. A losomotive set the prairie on fire a few days ago but was put out before it did any damage. Mr. Claude Fay has returned from Michigan. He intends to put in a hard ware store in the future. The farmers have gone to work again with a rush and a push, staying in the field from davlight, there is lots of sod be ing broke, and we expect a fine crop this year. Happy Items. Bro. Burnett preached for us Saturday and Sunday. Lena Parker of Union Hill, visited friends here this week. Flora Stratten and May Lochridge, visited Mrs. Orr Thomas Sunday. Joe Foster of Canyon, sold his half section to his brother R. E. Foster for f 1 1 20. black locust trees, which he is going to put out on his ranch. Mrs, L. Lochridge and daughter Allie returned from Ft. Worth Monday, whero they have been vieiting friends and relatives for the past two weeks. Quite a pleasant evening was enjoyed by the young people last Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilleland. Some of Canyon's young people drove out, and at a late hour the merry throng departed wishing for another like occasion in the near future. Higgins Waller had the misfortune last Saturday, while hauling a load of lumber foi the new church to let his team get be yond control, running away with the wagon, throwing him out and breaking two of his toes and bruising him up con siderably. One of the horses had a leg broken, and the other horse was very badly cut with wire. Bonnie. The South and Republicanism 'Col. John S. Wise thinks that "if President Roosevelt continues to appoint negroes to federal offices in the North and ex-Confederate soldiers in the South, then the South will go Republican." It is barely possible the Colonel is having a little joke to indulge his risibles. But if he is serious and Virginians usually are he has placed a low estimate on the sons of the South. Not that it would be impossible for the South to go Republican, but it were absurd to suppose that her people could be moved from the ancient moorings by the proper distribution of pie. Right now the South is a bit Rooseveltian, but not because of appointments to office; not forget ting some of his mistakes, but be cause he is apparently seeking to rid the country of monopolistic abuses. In other words, Mr. Roosevelt having measurably adopted the Southern view as to the evil of special privilege, our people are disposed to indulge in a bit of slang and say, "Good thing; push it along." Of course there is no telling how long Mr. Roosevelt will remain in the saddle as a fancied Trust Bus ter. He is a bit impulsive liable to take off after a lone derelict and let the main herd escape. But even were the South dis posed to follow Roosevelt to the limit, it could not land on the Re publican side, because of the fact that his party is not with him. The recommendations he made in his annual message were gently laid on the shelf by congress. Should Mr. Roosevelt revert to the position he once held cocerning the tariff he would land on the Democratic side. But that is not probable. He is hedged about as is the czar the autocrats of priv ilege will see to it that he takes no such step in behalf of the masses. Mr. Wise will not go down in his tory as a prophet of great renown. Waco Times Herald. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Aston & McKinney, com posed of Mose Aston and C. L. McKinney, and carrying on a re tail liquor business, has this dav. by natural consent, dissolved, Mose Aston continuing the business, as suming all indebtedness, and to whom all accounts are due. C. L. McKinney, Mose Att)n. Dated: Amarillo, Texas, March 29, 1905. F5t The Best Cough Syrup. S. L. Apple, ex-Probate Judge, Ottawa Co., Kansas writes; "This is to say that I have used Ballard's Horehound Syrup for years, and that I do not hesitate to recommend it as the best cough syrup I have ever used." 25c, 50c and $1.00. L. 0. Thompson. Ftf For Rent. Mr. A. H. Webster's residence near the High school on Tyler street. Large barn and other out buildings, good garden, three hy drants. For further information, see Blackburn Bros., lltf Amarillo, Texas. Do You Plow? If 60 Amarillo Machine Works can take your old sod plows and make gangs of them. They do a general line of blacksmithing, tin and 6heet metal work. F 42-tf La ...Lands Now For Sale... And without question we can offer investors and home seekers the best propositions ever made on Panhandle Lands. We are now dividing this famous ranch and putting 200 sec tions of it on the market at $2.50 TO $7.50 PER ACRE GOOD TERMS - LOW INTEREST These lands lay 2 to 40 miles from Amarillo . It is the best known property in the Southwest. This is the best op portunity, and we offer you the best terms to secure a slice of Texas that has ever been made. WILL A. MILLER LAND CO. AMARILLO TEXAS The Garden Magazine. By The Doubleday Page & Co.is the most beautiful, thorough and practical magazine for garden and lawn, it has ever been our pleasure to receive. It is a practical guide for the planting season, covering every branch of flower and vege table gardening, and believe it the best magazine for amateurs pub lished, as well as a great help and interest to professionals. We could only secure one copy of the April number, which is on file at the Herald office, but you are welcome to stop in and see it. Believe you will agree that it is the best magazine for its purpose published, and we strongly urge our readers to subscribe for it, believing it to be worth, to those who are in volved in flower, plant and yege culture, far more than the price asked for it. By special arrange ment we can furnish the Garden Magazine with the Herald for one year for $1.30. . See our club list. Bank Notice. Beginning April 1st 1905, the three National Banks of Amarillo will close on Saturdays at one o'clock p. m., Accustomed hours will be observed during all other days. 24-4t Texas Leads All other states in the production of livestock. The Texas Stock-nian-Journal is the official organ of The Texas Cattle Raisers Associa tion which is the strongest organi zation of its kind in the world and he-sides its complete resume of the various livestock markets covers all matters of interest to stockmen over the entire Southwest, reaching each week more than 15.000 inter ested readers. Subscription price jSi .50 per year. Address Stockman I'uu.isuinc, Co., tf Tort Worth, Texas. f Hy sjK-cial arrangement we are able to give the Hkkau) and the Stockman-Journal for $1.50 Kd J Finder of light - colored buggy cushion, lost about the 20th of February, will please notify McKnight Bros., liverymen. 18tf AMARILLO REAL ESTATE and LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATION Believing that the best interests of the Real Estate and Livestock men of Amarillo, as well as those patronizing therrv can best be conserved through systematic effort and co-operation, we, the undersigned Real Estate and Livestock men of Amarillo, met and proceeded to organize a Real Estate and Livestock Association. It is the policy jf the Association that parties having property for sale shall list said property with onlv one firm, but it is agreed that each member of the Association can sell said property at prices as listed, but . in case the agent selling has not the property listed it is under stood and agreed that the agent having the property listed shall share the commission and thus enable him to be in a measure remunerated for any expense hs may have incurred through advertising the property. Under this plan the party having the property for sale has the co-operation of all the different members of the Association and his chances for sell ing are augmented in proportion as the membership exceeds one firm as formerly. R. B. Newcome, Pres. Jas. D. Hamlin & Co. M. W. Cunningham Gouldy Bros. & Co. R. P. Stewart W. A. Crossett W. S. Roberts S. J. Slade Felix Franklin L. B. s For Sale at a Bargain. Nice six room residence and lot. If I can't get my price, will take yours. See Sherman the Photo grapher. 25tf Rooms. If you have any rooms to rent during the Cattle Men's Conven tion, April 18, 19 and 20, phone me and I will call and see you about them. Horace Humphrey, proprietor Elmhirst Hotel. 25tf Under Other Flags. Mr. Bryan's new book is meeting with a tremendous sale, and is tax ing the publishers to supply the demand. A large 6hare of the space in the volume is taken up with reproductions of Mr. Bryan's letters from abroad, which is very interesting, as well as the com ments on affairs in the United States. It includes lectures and speeches delivered by him on var ious occasions, and an important chapter on municipal ownership. Mr. Bryan has made us an offer whereby we can furnish "Under Other Flags", with a year's sub scription to the Herald for $1.45, as mentioned in our club list. Election Proclamation To Whom it May Concern: Know ye that I, S. Lightburne, Mayor of the City of Amarillo, Potter County, Texas, by virtue of the authority vested in me, do here by give notice that an election will be held in said City, at the City Council Building, for the election of two Aldermen for said City, on Tuesday, the 4th of April, 1905; and Thomas Currie is hereby ap pointed as presiding officer of said election. Witness my hand and seal of , . said City, this March 7 J SEAL j 1905. S. Lightburne. Mayor, City of Amarillo, Potter County, Texas. If six names are sent in at one time the IIkrai.ij will be sent to each for one year for $3.50. Will A. Miller Land Co. Britain & Clark W. A. Patterson J. W. Appling Jno. M. Stansberry ii Co, W. G. Lanier Blackburn Bros. Fred Horsbrugh J. N. Pettit Russell, Jr. Subscribe for the Herald. jL Frank Ameo has just rfeceved 600 Subscrilxi for the ) L.