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THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBR 29, 1905
4 ;g Question ot taxing The question of eating and and what to eat is easily solv ed by a visit to our store where the Choicest, Freshest and tmost up- to-date stock of gro ceries in the city may be found. We Please the hard-to-please and if you are of this class, a trial will make you a regular K2 K2 customer, If if s on the market we have it. g Griffin .4.f....f.H' I Whatever Else Happens if Is Sure to Be Cold This Winter t And there is no panacea for cold like coal. And there's no time to buy coal like the present Our advice is not in vain when we say don't wait until winter, and by the way, our coal is the kind that goes ' -. I L . . - L - - . tiffin U ..IImI, ...... I MITCHELL Coal and 60? Polk St. NEW GAS CONCERN Proposed Plant to Furnish Light' log and Heating Fuild In Amarillo. VV. K. leds, representing the gas concern which obtained, a fran thioe .a year or so ago, anil forfeit ed it through a misunderstanding,. is in the city, and is going .after .it.- ua..a...i!ah ' wamI -m.icilt Tf is the desire of the company to ob tain 2oq subscribers before , asking for another franchise, .and when they are gotton it is the purpose to install the plant at once. The company uses the naptha system, and has plants in operation in Cle burne, Texarlkana, San Angelo, Tyler and other Texas points, fur nishing fuel gas at $ti .50 per thous and feet and illuminating at $2, and as jooo feet of the gas is equal to 3000 feet of jcoal gas, 'the saving in the operation of heating and lighting plants can be easily esti mated, not taking into account the increased cleanliness .and .conven ience. The company proposes to put in five miles of pipe to start and maintain a thoroughly .up-tto-daie plant in every particular. From the rate at , which the Mr. Leeds and his assistants .are getting sub scribers it is a sure tiling illiai the desired number will be secured in a short time, aud that tiie plant will be built in due time. The propo sitions of the company and the subscribers up to this morning fal low : Below we give a comparison showing the cheapness of gas and its efficiency as compared with coal, as attested by thousands , wlw use gas in cities where it is to be had.: No smoke, no soot, no ashes, no dirt, no kindling, always ready day or night. In St. Louis coal sells for $2.50 per ton and fuel gas sells for 90c. per thousand cubic feet. In Ama rillo coal sells for $7.00 per ton and it is proposed to sell the fuel gas Old and broken jewelry looks like new, good as new when repaired by JOS. ASTRACAN. The Jeweler. Repairing Specialty WHITE DEER LANDS. Choice farming lands for sale at reasonable prices Htid on favorable terms, to parties desiring homes, in lot of 160 to 640 acre. T. D. HOBART Agent and Attorney- PAMPA, TEX. I , , ln-Fct. Qray Countvi 1 WW & Collins, g BROTHERS, l Grain I 'Pbon 338.1 for $1.50 per thousand cubic feet. The price would be equal to coal at $5.00 per ton, thus a saving of $2 per ton by using gas instead of coal. It is desired to secure signatures of. at least two hundred citizens to facilitate the organization of a Gas Company; to put a plant at Ama rillo. Therefore, we, the undersigned citizens of Amarillo agree to, and do hereby subscribe to take gas for one year from the date gas is de livered to us on our premises for fuel or light, or both, at the follow ing prices: Fuel gas at fi.50 per thousand cubic feet; illuminating $2.00 per thousand cubic feet: F.Hulett, Sam J. Browm, D. R. Currie, H. K. Hume, W. W. Whitsel, V. T. Hudson, Bob .Smith, L. K. Lyles, J. B. Gilvin, R.L. Stringfellow, Star Restaurant, A. Davidson, J. M. Kindrell, I). A. Blake, T. F. Turner, C. T. LeMond, R. M. Graham, Tom L. Miller, L.K. Magnenat, W. W. Kidd, J. C. Golding, Will Robinson, A. 31. Spain, E. P. Brooks, P. H. Seewald, Thos. Currie, F. Schlosser, S. J. Slade. To Be Sure is Best. If you are not sure your tailor is 0. K. better go get a hand-me-down, even if it costs more. But if you would be certain, come along with the majority who are wearing "BonTSuits, $15.00 and up. They are absolutely guaranteed all over. "Born" Suits are sold one place only, first door east of post office. It's the A. A. A. man. 26-It Richards Riley. Mr. Ceo. E. Richards and Miss Mae Riley were united in marriage last Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. John Edge, Rev. Fincher officia ting. The happy couple departed on the 7:20 train for an extended trip to Quanah, Oklahoma City, Little Rock and Hot Springs, thence to their future home in Memphis, Tenn. The bride is one of Amanllo's most charming young ladies, while the groom is a busi ness man of sterling qualities. The bride was attired in a blue broadcloth traveling suit with hat to match. None but the family and immediate friends were pres ent at the ceremony. Always the same, Pride of Den ver Flour, MILLINERY OPENS. Throngs of Ladles Visit and Ad mire the Beautiful Creations of the Season's Art. There was a most cheerful re sponse on the part of the ladies yes terday to the invitation to the open ings of the various millinery stores and parlors. - Season after season, when one thinks the limit of beauty and at tractiveness has been reached, mod ern styles and fashons go one step farther and the showing this sea son does not only embody exquisite millinery, but cloaks, suits, dress goods, trimings and everything that goes to make "Myladie's" ward robe complete. AT THE FAMOUS. A particularly beautiful showing was made at the Famous. No fashion guide was needed for those who visited this beautiful array of the season's latest. A primary at traction was the decorations of white in the front millinery win dow. From the daintiest baby hood to the most exacting style for the matron was shown in the win dow. "We are well pleased with our opening clay" said Mrs. Isaacs yes terday. "It shows that our efforts are appreciated more than ever. f WALL PAINTS AND BRUSHES We have in stock a complete assortment of wall paper showing the latest patterns and shades offered on the fall market. We will have in shortly additional selec tions in new and attractive desiges showing the latest and most approved color effects. We have the ex clusive agency for the celebrated "Hammar" brand of Mixed Paint and can furnish you with an assortment of colors surpassing even the display in Joseph's coat or the changing hues of the rainbow. . The Quality of the Paint is what Counts in Painting. And that's what we have in Hammar Paint. Golding & Richardson, Up'to-Date Druggists 424 POLK STREET. This season our efforts will be di rected to large sales and-small profits for it is in volume only that our success comes." WITH MISS TAYLOR. In the millinery parlors of I). W. Owen, Miss Willie Taylor pleased her many friends with her splendid and beautiful showing of the sea son's latest styles. The ladies showed generous appreciation of the sovenir discount of 10 per cent on all trimmed and pattern hats and many selections were made. Said Miss Taylor last evening, "Our opening was a complete suc cess and the ladies showed a mark ed appreciation of our desires to make the season the most brilliant in styles and patterns ever shown in Amarillo. MRS. TYSON. One of the beautifully decorated parlors yesterday was that of Mrs. Tyson, who eclipsed all former ef forts in bringing out with complete success the many ilustrations of the most effective and pretty nov elties in the latest headgear and they were most pleasing to the critical eye. In speaking of the opining, Mrs. Tyson said late yesterday, "I have never experienced a more success ful opening and from all indications the trade this season will be better than ever before. Generally every one was well pleased with my illus trations and creations in the artis tic showing of both street and trimmed hats, and I anticipate a liberal patronage in view of the many pleasing comments yesteaday. Mrs. R. A. Nipp who very re cently put in a manicuring depart ment in connection with Mrs. Tyson, assisted in the entertain ment and in explaining to the vis- itors the beneficial and satisfactory I results to be obtained from a de partment of this kind. MISSTKAVIS AT WlIITK & KIKK'S. "Yes I til i 11k those are just love ly, but just look at that pattern there isn't that a perfect creation of the milliner's art, and say isn't this a beatiful street hat?" "Yes, that is just what I want to match my new grey and olive suit." "No I don't think a hat so heavy is be coming to you as something like this one." This was the drift of a large part of the conversation which took place in the millinery parlors of White & Kirk yesterday where Miss Travis was the charm ing hostess of one continuous throng of Amarillo' s most exacting admirers of pretty styles and illus trations. From the opening hour tin til after the usual hour for closing Mrs. Travis' department was busy showing, commenting and explain ing some of the more effective and beautiful designs. Mr. White has endeavored to make this depart ment the most complete ever shown and the showing represents the most attractive and illustrative that money could purchase. Receives Promotion. D. J. Connell who has been Sir ing the roads here jointly as sta tion agent has resigned to accept a position as trainmaster of one of 1 PAPER, PHONE 48. the big trunk lines leading out of Kansas City. Mr. Connell's resig nation is a matter of general regret to his many friends here but they are equally as glad to congratulate him upon his promotion and ad vancement No announcement of his succes sor has been made by the joint roads here but the appointment will be made in a short time. Will Entertain. The ladies of the Cumberland Presbyterian church will entertain their friends with a tea, at the resi dence of Mrs. E. L. Dohoney, 1010 Filniore street, on the eve ning of the 5th. REMEMBER THE A. A. A. MAN This is the last "ad" on the miss-spelled word contest, I know from the interest taken that there are many who will be glad to see this last lesson and will hope to be the winner, but there will be only one who will win the first prise and 2nd, etc. The ads will be turned over to a cotuittee to look them over and report their grades to me which will be published in the "Herald." Send all the "ads" in with the words corrected and it will not be necessary for you to write me a personal letter for every thing will be answered the col lumns of the "Herald." Thanking my readers for their attention, I beg to remain, the best in town for Suits, Hat Work, Cleaning and Dyeing, you know I'd dye for you. I am yours to Suit. The A. A. A. Man. Mis-spelled word ad No 26. Chamberlain's aftkSfSM New fella, Bay II now. 11 may save We. LIVE STOCK MARKETS AT KANSAS CITY. THE WEEK'S TRjJ.DE REPORTED BY CLAY, ROBINSON A COMPANY, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS. OFFICES AT OHIOAQO. KANSA8 CITY, OMAHA, SIOUX OITY. ST. JOSEPH AND DENVER. Kansas Citv, Mo. ) SeDt. 27, "05. I Receipt of cattle thus far this week are 59,500, last week 33,300; last year 56,100. Monday's mar ket was weak to 10c lower; stock- ers and feeders 10 to 15c lower; for cows mostly 10c lower. On Tues day early sales on beeves were steady but sagged later, cows, heifers, bulls, veals, stockers and feeders were generally unchanged. Or, beef steers trade yjday was steady while cows ruled weak' to ioc lower. Itest stockers and feed ers were steady; others were drag gy. Veals and bulls were dull but unchanged. The following table gives prices now ruling: Kxtni prime cornfed steers, $5.40 to f5.Sj Good, 5.00 to 5.40 Ordinary 4.25 to 5x0 Choice corufed heifers 4.70 to 5 45 Good 4.10 to 4.75 Medium, 3.50 o 4.10 Choice cornfed cows 4.00 to 4.25 Good, 3.25 to 3.85 Medium, 2.75 to 3.25 Catiners 1.50 to 2.25 Choice stags 4.25 to 4.50 Choice fed bulls 3.25 to 3.75 Good 3.00 to 3.25 Hologim bulls, 2.00 to 2.50 Veal calves 5.00 to 6.00 Good to choice native or western stockers 3.60 to 4.00 Pair 3.25 to 3.60 Common, 2.75 to 3.25 Good to choice heavy na tive feeders, 4.00 to 4.40 Fair 3.50 to 4.00 Good tochoice heavy brand ed horned feeders 3.25 to 3.50 Fair, 3.00 tc 3.25 Common 2.75 to j.oo Good to choice stock heif ers, 2.75 to 3.00 Fair, 2.25 to 2.75 Good to choice stock calves steers 4.00 to 4.25 Fair 3.50 to 4.00 Good to choice stock calves, heifers 3.00 to 3.50 Fair, 2.50 to 3,00 Choice wintered grass steers 3.S5 to 4.25 Good, 3.50 to 3.85 Fair. 3.25 to 3.60 Choice grass cows 2.75 to 3.25 Good 2.50 to 2.75 Common 2.00 to 2.50 Trainmaster Appointed. The appointment of a trainmaster of The Denver Road to succeed B. W. Mudge, resigned some time 6ince to accept service with an other system, was made yesterday by General Superintendent Geo. F. Cotter of the Denver with head- WANT ADS. (One cent a word for first insertion half a cent a word each insertion follow ing. Minimum charge 1.1 cents, payable in advance. For Sale niscellaneous. WANTED To sell two spans of work mules and one pair work horses, McCorl mick broadcast Binder, and other usefu. farming implements at living prices J.N.Browning, Amarillo, Texas. 23-5t FOR SALE Six foot copper bath tub, neatly housed in, for tale cheap. Chas. Tykerson, corner 9th and Pierce. 24-20 FOR SALE Good phaeton at a bar gain. J. N. Vernon, Troy Steam Laun dry. 23-4L WANTED-To sell or trade, two-seated phaeton, practically as good as new. II. B. Sanborn. 22-4t FOR SALE Three good Jacks, three year old, J. D. Ingram, Washburn, Tex. n-8tp. FOR SALE Furniture and two stoves All practically new. Address Box 233, City. 22-4tp For Rent. Furnished rooms for rent. New furni ture, new house. 03 Van Buren. 2l-2tp Low Priced Talking Machines with cheap machines, tor there is a world of chlierence. There's our Victor No. 1 , which sells at $22 and does superlative work and will last and satisfy as nochcap machine will. The Victor "Royal" at $17 and half a do.cn records thrown in, is the lowest you can buv a nractial and a good machine for, theouly KKCORDS AND SUPPLIES FOR All MACHINES. JOHN M. MARKLE, ?ihaech. In the Cain Block. Phone 282. WE WANT TO PAINT. We want to paint your house, wagon or buggy. We have the kind of paint that will stand both the sun and atmos pheric conditions at the price you have been paying for the cheap and inferior kinds. "The quality of the paint is what counts in painting." Our prescription department is under the charge of regis tered pharmacists, our stock of drugs fresh, and our ser vice second to none. L. 0. THOMPSON & BROTHER, DRUGGISTS. 4th and Polk St. Phone 82 quarters in Fort Worth. J. H. Riegel who has been acting as chief train dispatcher of the Colo rado & Southern at Trinidad has received the appointment, with headquarters at Childress. This appointment is effective at once, Hats Free to Wear while we make a new one out of that old greasy flop hat of yours for $1.25 at the A. A. A. Firstdoor east post office. 26-H Star Restaurant Sold. Kngman Bros, closed 3 deal this week in which the Star Restaurant, under their management for the past several months lecomes the property of D. J. Frank. Mr, Frank was formerly ju tlie restau rant business at AUus, O. T., and comes to Amarillo well recom mended. ROOMS FOR RENT-Hot and cold water, electric light, baths free. J, E. Beasley, 10U!) Polk 24-4tp Found. CHILD'S NIXKLACE- Gold, call at Smith & Currie, discribe, pay for this no tice and get it. -J, 1 1 Wanted Miscellaneous. HOUSE I want to buy small house and lot property, under $500 must be bargain. Give price and location. "Buyer" Care Herald. 23-3tp WANTED At the irrigation works at Quanah, Tex., a number of teamsters, wheelers holders and dumpers. $1.75 to $2.00 per day. 23-3t WANTED-All kinds of feed stuffs. Mitchell Bros. liO" Polk street. 24tf WANTED-To hire teams for plowing Euquire of H. B Sanborn 22tf TO EXCHANGE-Winchester rifle, 31 calibre, repeater, in good shape. Will trade for anything useful. Northwest corner Second and Tyler. 22-tf KAGS Clean cotton rags at the Her sld office. 22tf Help Wanted. HELP WANTED Agents make $tt daily selling the cheapest and most per fect Water Filter ever invented. Retails at f 2.00. Big profit. Exclusive territo ry. Seneca Filtering Co,, Seneca, Mo. 21-10tp WANTED - Girl for work, at A09 Lincoln. general house-25-tf WANTED Girl to assist with house work. Address, "S" The Herald. 2tf WANTED Young man to drive milk wagon and wash bottles. C. O. Wolflin. Phone 86. 1 6tf BOY One who wants to learn a good rade, who is willing to work; good chance for right lad; must be from 14 to IH years and fairly strong. Apply at Her ald offire. 22tf kind that it pays to buy.