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THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEHBER 29, 1905
nM.CTr,irrTOMrTminCT...i.. . . ; . --n 1-7 II l'F,l-B'iiW HI U I .1. P. I III III I I III 111 I Ill I very l!J)pas1mEt EW if Sfoowiuag 11 E We are now ready to show you all the smartest and most exquisite styles of the eastern markets. Each department is full of bright new wearables which will please the most fastidious dresser. t & No effort has been laid aside to bring you the very best the market can afford, t3Pittttttiis6 We want to show you the extreme styles for fall. " . 'Milfrllll Ml r-i-i --ll,'II-----"r.if jlWH'' ) i ,m .i n ,..pl-.rFywu. Li .I.IPH.MI Willi llllil ill ll Eagle Shirt, work of perfection. We will gladly show you. The largest line of Stetson Hats in theckv are shown here. Utz and Dunn's and Drew Selby Shoes for ladies are known to be superior. Shoe the little one. Don'tfail to see the shoes for little folks. Get in line for that fall suit. Stein Bloch is the name. The world's best Stein Bloch and Kuppenheimer Clothing for fall. Don't fail to see them. All the latest lasts and leathers shown in Edwin Clapp's shoes. Have you seen that new line of Neckwear? They are beauties. We are showing the best line of Boy's Clothing made on earth. Celebrated Hawes $3 Hats. All the new shapes, are here. Our Ladies Suit department is full of the most extreme styles that are shown in the east. Have you seen those handsome Ladies' Rain coats? Will be glad to show you. Lord & Taylor Hosiery has stood the test for years. The la test effects are shown. New Belts, new Purses, in fact, all the new novelties are here. No matter what you want, we have it. Come, let us show you. Watch our Show Windows. D-A.VEIE SON Watch Our Show Windows. ffiBSSESSS rsxa CHOICE TEXAS LANDS IN BEST PORTION OF THE PANHANDLE Some bargains in farms and ranches, call on or address, SLAY & WILKERSON, Groom, Texas. Local News Items DR. ALBERT J. CALDWELL, Specialist, on diseases of the Kye, liar, Nose, Throat. Suite 9, Carscn Bldg. Hours 9 to 1 2 a. ra., 2 to 6 p. m. The Hkkai.d invites its readers to telephone or send in by mail personal and local items which will be gladly published. Telephone 42 and have your laundry called for and delivered. We guarantee our work to be of the highest class. Troy Steam Laundry. 26-2t Miss Rena Gassenheimer left for her home in Waco, after ,a several weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. A. E. Baer. A fine bunch of coons were the entertainers at the Elks Minstrel last night, and they put up a splendid performance. Dick Bow man is a leader of conversational ists, and the end men were certain ly four of a kind. Gus Hollander did his stunts with ease and man ner of a professional, and the "buz zard lope" by Geo. Williams was a thing of grace and art. Ramsey Clever and Artistic Designs in Fancy Work at The :: :: Woman's Exchange. and McCollough were right there with the goods and take it all through, it was creditable and en tertaining, worthy of the jolly crowd who gave it such liberal sup port. See the splendid window display by the K. R. Roach Drug Co. Remeber the A. 0. U. Box So cail tonight at the K. of P. Hall. Going to be lots of good things to eat and a jolly good time. Kvery one is invited. Admission free. Ladies are going to bring box lunches, which will be sold to high est bidder. Prizes are going to hi awarded, and a very interesting musical program both vocal and in strumental will entertain lovers of music. Come out and be sociable. It's time to buy Pride of Denver Flour. 26U Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cures diarrhoea and dysentary in all forms and in ail RtAffea. It never fails. For sale by all Druggist. 22tf Episcopal church, Sunday next, XV after Trinity. Morning ser vice, 1 1 o'clock; evening service, 5 o'clock. At the morning service conformation, or the Apostolic Rite of the "Laying on of Hands" will be administered. At the eve ning service the address will be given especially to men. The Right Reverend Alexander C. Garrett, D. I)., Bishop of the Diocese of Dal las, will officiate at both services. All cordially invited. II . C. Good man, Rector. A "hair raising" display in the front window of K. R. Roach Drug Co. Mr. Zendel, artist, recently from New York, will only be in Araa rillo a few days longer. All who wish first-class photographs, would do well to makt arrangements at once. All work finished in 48 hours. Koch's Studio, 315 Taylor street. 27-it Another good Herpicide display by E. R. Roach Drug Co. See front window. Kilmore Street Presbyterian church Services next Sunday as follows: Sunday School at 9:45, a rally day program. Communion service at 11 a. m. Preaching at 7:45; subject, "The Church Cath olic." L. C. Rirkes, Pastor. The highest art of laundry work at the Troy Steam Laundry, Phone 42. 26-2t Don't forget the tea to be given at the residence of Mrs. K. L. Do honey, 1010 Filmore street, by the Ladies Aid Society of the Cumber land Presbyterian church, Octoljer 5th. Mrs. E. L. Dohoney will be host ess of a tea to be given Oct. 5th, by the Ladies Aid Society of the Cumberland Presbyterian church. Dr. Albert J. Caldwell's Amaril lo office will be closed on Wedesday and Thursday of each week. 23tf Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or pro fession. Read the display adver tisement of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy, in this issue and learn how easily a young man or lady may learn telegraphy and be assured of a position. 932t A. W. Calahan and W. F. Hen drix. comprising the firm of Cala han & Hendrix, real estate dealers of Tulia, were both in the city this week looking after business induc tive to south plains immigration. They report powerfully fine crops this year and everybods in a pros perous condition. After the full fillment of business engagements here both left Thursday for Tulia, repairer, iStf. The reliable furniture E. E. Hurt, phone 411. A. A. Lumpkin spent this week at Dalhart. Always at your service. The Troy Steam Laundry, Phone 42. 26-2t J. M. Underdown who, several week ago, almost lost the sight of an eye, account a small piece of stone striking the eyeball while working on a monument, is recov ering aud hopes now to regain the sight of his injured eye. Mr. Underdown is proprietor of the Monumental works near the plain ing mill, and is turning out some handsome work. He makes tomb stones and monuments of both na tive stone, marble and granite, and P. H. SEEWALD THE JEWELER :Selected designs in fraternal emblems: LARGEST AND MOST HAMDSOME SELECTIONS OK Eagle Emblems, INCLUDING Pins, Buttons and Charms, IN THE CITY. deals in iron fencing, coping, in fact every need that can be sup plied by a first-class marble yard. One more we say send your laun dry to the Troy Steam Laundry, Phone 42. 36-2t A young man who has just come from the east with the entention of making his home in the west, would like a position; is not afraid of hard work and is willing to start at low wages if there is any prospect of advancement. J. Eyl, general delivery, Amarillo. 26-itp Mrs. R. L. Bigger is visiting her parents at Clarendon. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Safford spent yesterday in Hereford where Mr. Safford went on business. 51 A LITTLE Better Than Others. We do one thing a little better than any one else. That is the way we fill prescriptions. Freshest drugs, strict atten tion to the physician's orders. Registered pharmacists who understand their business make the prescriptions that are filled at our store perfect. Prescriptions filled by us are rec ognized as the highest standard of prescription art. To this fact we attribute our large prescription business. E. R. Roach Drug Co. Wholesale and Retail. Corner Fifth and Polk Sts. Amarillo, Texas. Robt. Elliot, expert steam fitter, formerly of Fort Worth, is now with Campbell & Bigger, the Plumbers. Miss Edith Bernhardt was down from Dalhart this week to attend the wedding of her sister, Miss Mae Riley, and Geo. E. Richards of Memphis, Tenn. If you want pasture for a cow or horse with grass and water see K. W. Zimmerman or phone 774 rings. 32tf E. P. Maddox, who represents one of the largest ice manufactur ing houses in the country, was here yesterday on business in con nection with the local ice plant here. Mr. Maddox besides being a successful business man, plays a prominent part in the municipal affairs of Port Worth, being an alderman and a strong advocater of a better municalipality. Since his election to office, he has been the leader in many fights against cor porative greed and has done much towards eliminating the political grafter from the city's politics. Edgar Faucett of Fort Smith, a well known practical plumber and heating engineer has removed to Amarillo and accepted a position with Campbell & Bigger. Winter Haccaroni Wheat for Sale J. Hill, Panhandle, Texas. 26F5tp Bread like mother used to make Is the result of using ' Pride of Denver" Flour. 26-lt Ike Tohnsou. with the Amarillo Sash and Door Co., it is announced by his friends, will be married Sun day evening next, to Miss Mable Henderson. The wedding will take place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jenzen, 7th and Lincoln streets. A. Laird, banker aud merchant of Iiovma, spent the major portion of this week in the city. J. M. Williams of Texico, was here W ednesday on business. D. I), l'ayne ot Miami, was among the business visitors in Am arillo this week. C. M. Wise of Quanah, was registered at the Elmhirst yester day. Ve make a specialty of latindry ing household linen. Troy Steam Laundry, Phone 42. 26-2t Zack Campbell inspector for the Texas Cattle Raisers Association station at Dalhart, was in the city Wednesday for a short time. Judge J. N. Browning spent three days this week in Dallas, where he went on legal business. Otis Truelove is away on a busi ness trip to points in South Texas. C. C. Crisler, with A. Davidson, went to Dallas last night where he will remain until next Monday morning. Pride of Denver Flour will make the whitest bread you have ever ued. 26-lt Say "Pride of Denver" to the Groceryman. 26-lt Koch's Studb for five fine pho tographs. 315 Taylor street. 25tf The night school at Amarillo Business College, is a paying prop osition to the young man or wo man who is engaged during the day. 2 i-tf D. R. Harris, editor of the Rusk County News, published at Hen derson, Texas, accorapauied by his family, is in the city. "We are here from Colorado where we have been spending a part of our vaca tion, and I am forced to return at once. I decided to bring my fami ly here for a few weeks sojourn, as the climate and weather is near ly as pleasant as in Colorado, and will be much nearer home." Mr. Harris will depart for home today. The Amarillo Besiness College located in the Eakle building, is prepared to teach all commercia branches successfully. 21-tl We bale hay, sorghum, millett, oats and any thing bailable. Ad dress, T. M. Thomas Amarillo. 24-2tp Witherspoon &Gough. A. L. Conrad, Traffic Manager of the Pecos Valley lines, is in Chi cago where he went the first of the week. Carpets made, cleaned and laid. Work guaranteed. E. E. Hurt Phone 1 or 411. 22 .f Have you used Pride of Denver Flour? 26-lt SELCTION OF SEED. Absolute Necessity of Farmers Selecting Good Grain for Years Planting. In the Sunday issue of the Dal las News W. W. Andrews a well known wheat producer contributes the following on the necessity of farmers selecting good grain for planting. He says: Doesthi Newsknow that, because they have it and can not, by reason of its utterly deficient quality, find a market for it, the Texas farmers very generally contemplate using their derelict wheat from the late harvest for seeding their wheat land this fall ? That seems to be their intention. The proposition would bear some reasoning. The crop having been blighted at the outset by rust, the quality of Texas wheat of the late harvest was very nearly reduced to "zero" by the rains which beat upon it so incessantly while it was in shock. Thrashed at last, it proved to be musty, chaffy stuff, which tested as light as forty-five and fifty pounds to a bushel, of which sixty pounds is the standard for wheat. Does anybody, after giving the subject a little thought, believe it possible that such blighted seed stuff could produce vigorously? It is a physical impossibility for the child of leprous parents to escape the taint. It is no less an abso lute certainty that the product of starved, sickly seed grain must be deficient both in yield and quality, as the weakness of the parent grain is sure to be transmitted. This immutable law of nature has !been repeatedly demonstrated that by process of careful selection, t he choosing year after year of see from the most vigorous and pro ductive plants, seed grain can be so "built up" as to, in addition to greatly enhancing the quality of the product, practicably double the yield. Texas wheat growers now. profess to be discouraged. If their operations have finally brought them to a loss of faith in wheat growing the fault is theirs alone. The original Mediterranean variety of wheat, which has proven to be superior to all others for Texas, was introduced into the State more than a generation ago. Apart from there having since been no effort whatever to improve seed grain, harvesting methods have been so slovenly as to have compelled the steady deterioration of the sue sessive products of the original seed stock. The State can pro duce the best wheat in the world, but a measure of intelligence will have to be exerted in order to do it. Our farmers will soon sow wheat for the next year's harvest Their efforts here alone will determine, in a large measure, our independ ence for another year. We mean to say that no people can be en tirely independent who have to look beyond the borders of their State for a bread supply, and that is what the peopla of Texas have had to do regularly of late years. The chancesare greatly in favor of our having to do it for vet another year, unless our farmers start right by planting good, sound seed. There ought to be some way to in duce some of them, at least, to do this. "It is up to the News." Pride of Denver Flour is a bet ter grade than you are using. 26-lt No "Grafting" In "Born" Suits. This is a day of grafting. Some suits are sold by asking vou to look at the label and pay $23.00 to $36.00 for $18.00 to $25.00 suits. Thirty years has found "Born" Suit 8 selling on a cost basis of material and labor. "Born" Suits are right in price, make, fit. See A. A. A. man. 26-lt Our Fall Lime Our Fall Line of Men's Furnishing Goods isnow com plete and we have on display the latest styles and patterns in fall and winter suitings. . . We have in stock the celebrated "E. & W." Collars and the well-known "Pioneer" Shirt, "Cut to fit and fit to wear." UNION SHOE STORE, E. D. GREEN, Prop. 510 Polk.