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Blind Headache
"About a year ago," writes Mrs. Mattie Allen, of
1123 Broadway, Augusta, Ga., "I suffered with
blind, sick headaches and backaches, and could get
no relief until I tried
WINE
OF
Woman's
PA
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I Immediately commenced to improve, and
now I feel like
recommend
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WRITE
Know it win
US
FREELY
Cardul Is
and frankly, describing X iciuaic amo, ic&uiaico lunaic
your symptoms, we will functions.tonesuptheorgans
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envelope). Don't heslUte, but
write today. Address: Ladles' Ad-
vlsory Dept.. The Chattanooga Medl-
dne Co., Chattanooga, Term.
MENAGERIE MARVELS.
Most Complete and Exclusive Ex
hibition in the World with
Adam Forepaujrh and Sell
Bros. Big Shows.
The Menagerie department of
the Great Adam Forepaugh and
Sells Bros, Circus is the most com
plete and valuable in the world.
Not only are there more cages fill
ed ' with wild animals creatures,
but the collection includes only the
rarest specimens. The tent used
for this purpose is the biggest ever
made for a menagerie, and affords
.ample room for a propper display
of the unique exhibit. Dens, tankr,
pens and cages are grouped in
classes, for the more convenient
Study of the individual character
istics of the priceless collection.
A million dollars is invested in this
'zoo, which cantains more exclusive
animal features than any other
'collection in the whole world.
Among the wild beasts to be seen
nowhere else in captivity is a fe
rocious bi-horned rinoceros, a
giant, blood-exuding hippopotamus
and a pair of colossal African
tusked and umbrella-eared ele-
Ready - Made
thought.
If building or About to build,
you will meet with problems.
"How to Build a Home," by
F. C. Moore, will help you.
It is written practical exper
ience in building homes and it
150 pages suggest how to
make your new home healthy,
comfortable, durable, econom
ical and SAFE. We will be
glad to furnish a copy to our
patrons on request.
Build Well - Insure Well
Mcknight & williams,
Eberstadt Building.
Booms 1214
Phone No. 75
Two Reasons Why
RANCH KING "brand
SADDLES ARE BEST
Treei flt horae and rldttr. giving comfort to both
We um genuine EBERHART CALIFORNIA
LEATMIK known every whara a thebeM.
Tan yeara' experience at maker ot 0000 SAD
DLES is a guarantee that our aaddlaa will plaaaa.
Write at onca for (ra catalogue. ASK YOUR
DEALER FOR
Ranch King Saddles.
Dedson Saddlery Co.,
N. B. Our adverting Uathar Watch Fob (worth
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Relief
a new woman, ana wisn to
it to all sick women, tor I
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cure mem, as uuiu inc.
pure, medicinal extract of
vegetable herbs, which relieves
to a proper state of health.
Jry it for yOUr trouble,
j'jji., n u
EVC1T druggist SCllS It
X in $1.00 DOttleS.
phant. There are three enormous
herds of elephants in the menag
erie, but these two huge African
specimens a,re not' to be found in
any other collection. They are of
immense weight and size, and in
splendid physical condition. The
performing elephants are wonder
ful beasts and display an intelli
gence which opens a new chapter in
the patient scientific work of wild
animal education. The bulky beasts
play at mimic war, dance dreamy
waltzes, lively two-steps and state-
y minuts, enact amusing skits, and
stand on their heads and balance
their monster bodies with the skill
and guiding sense or human per-
ormers. Captain Webb's educat
ed seals form another exclusive
eature in animal "training that is
distinctly original and has never
been duplicated. These peculiar
creatures of the cold North seas
have been taught to juggle, play
wind and string instruments, bal
ance delicate objects on the tips
of their noses, and toss balls from
one to another, and do many
more seemingly impossible tricks.
Thre is also a nursery pf buby
wild animals, including cub lions,
kitten tigers, baby kangaroos, tight-
yed little leopards, loosely-jointed
and sleepy-eyed baby camels, and
many other baby wild creatures
that have started their lives with
the great Adam Forepaugh and
Sells Brothers Shows. This im
portant department department of
the great show offers not only ex
ceptional features of interest and
wonder, but recommends itself pre
eminently as a superior source of
study and inclination. In point of
size as well as in exclusive speci
mens, it is beyond comparison with
any other collection, in Europe or
America. The Menagerie Annex
will be open for visitors one hour
before the big circus program be
gins, which will give ample time to
everybody to inspecc this remarka
ble Zoological Garden. Theshows
will be here one day only, and
give two performances, in the after
noon at 2 o'clock and at night at
8 o'clock. The magnificent street
pageant willl leave the circus
grounds at 10 o'clock and go over
the usual business streets. On
Wednesday, October 11.
For Sale.
Ten sections of patented land
in a solid body, in Hemphill county.
Price $3.00 per acre. Will sell as
little as two sections. One-third
cash; balance 4 years time. Ap
ply to D. A. Yokley, Canadian,
Texas. 19-8tp
Like Finding- Money.
Finding health is like finding
money so think those who are
sick. When you have a cough, cold,
sore throat or chest irritation, bet
ter act promptly like W. C. Barber,
of Sandy Level, Va. He says- "I
had a terrible chest trouble, caused
by smoke and coal oust on my
lungs, but, after finding no relief in
other remedies. 1 was cured by Dr.
King's New Discovery for Con
sumption. Coughs and Colds. '
Greatest sale of any cough or lung
medicine in the world. At L. 0.
Thompson & Bro's drugstore; 50c
and $1: guaranteed. Trial bottle
free., . .. . . 18-F-St
THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD,
ROOT OF EVIL.
The World Sermon Preachar Dis
cusses the Problem of
Money.
Herbert S. Bigelow, Pastor
Vine Street Congressional church.
Cincinnoti, Ohio, said in part last
Sunday.
"That famous saying of Paul's is
ambiguous. The love of money is
not the root of all evil. The world
cares nothing for money. It is not
to finger crisp bank notes or to hear
the chink of coin that men spend
the strength of their days. They
do not love money, they love the
things for which they spend their
money. A man may want money
to buy bread for his children or
he may want it to outshina his so-
Herbert S. Bigelowe.
cial rivals. The moral question
turns upon the use to which a man
puts his money and the method by
which he gets it.
Paul's language was figurative.
The fear of poverty and the love of
luxury are responsible for most
of the evils for which the love of
money is blamed. To these tap
roots we may trace the evil of
"graft," which is becoming so se
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Our Fall Stock
IS COMPLETE.
Our fall and winter line of Dry Goods are
here and we now have a complete stock of dry
goods and gent's furnishings. We feel sure
that we can please you and when you are pre
pared to make purchases of fall and winter
wearables we will be glad to have you inspect
our stock.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
THIS WEEK IN:
BLANKETS,
COMFORTS,
UNDERWEAR,
A com- WOOL SHIRTS,
plete line of
Dress and Bolt
Goods.
We keep no booki
do the bi
D. N. Wright Son,
THE CASH STORE
505 Polk St. Phone 145.
FRIDAY, SEPTEHBER 26,
GOT HIS HAIR BACK,
Waa
Perfectly Dnld When He Started
to Cm Newbro'a Herpiclde
Frederick Manuell, Maryland block,
Butte, Montana, bought a bottle of New
bro'a Herpiclde, April 6, '99, and began to
use It for entire baldness. The hair fol
licles In Ms scalp were not dead and In
20 days he had hair all over Ma head.
On July 2 he writes, "and today my hair
Is as thick and luxuriant an any one
could wish." Newbro's Herpiclde works
on an old prlnolple and with a new dis
coverydestroy the cause and you re
move the effect. Herpiclde destroys the
rerm that causes dandruff, falling hair,
and finally baldness, so that with the
raune gone the effect cannot remain.
Stops falling hair at once and a new
growth starts, Sold by leading;
druggists. Send 10c. In stamps for sample
to The Herpiclde Co.. Detroit. Mich.
E. R. Roach Drue Co. Special Agts
rious for the republic.
Our dictionaries tell us that
grafting is an art of the horticult
urist by which a shoot having
on or more buds upon it is insert
ed into the bark o: a tree. The
shoot has no root of its own, does
not depend upon itself for support,
is, in fact, a parasite, thriving upon
sap drawn from another organism.
But so completely has this word
graft been appropriated to its new
use, that when we see it in the pa
per today, as we so often do, we
do not think of the useful art of the
ruit grower, but only of that
black art of the politician and cor
poration lawyer by which they at
tach private interests to the body
politic, enabling their masters to
suck the wealth of the public and
fatten on the common misery.
Grafters no doubt appreciate the
shame of their calling. The man
who sells to dupes a patent med
icine he knows to be worthless;
Attacked by a Hob
and beaten, in a labor riot, until
covered with sores.a Chicago street
car conductor applied Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, and was soon sound
and well. "I use it in my family,"
writes G. J. Welch, of Tekonsha,
Mich., "and find it perfect." Sim
ply great for cuts and burns. Only
25c at L. 0. Thompson & Bro's
drugstore. 18F5t
SUITS,
HATS,
SHOES,
''ash discounts
s.
1905
the manufacturer who demands a!
higher tariff for dear labor's sake;
the politician who serves in secret
he enemies of the people whose
confidence he has won; the attor
ney who makes his specious plea
or franchises which were con
ceived in treason, the merchant
who conspires with railroads to
rive brother merchants into ruin;
the landlord who sees every in
crease of the population and ev
ery forward strive of the race add
ing to the value of the land: these
men, to the degree that they are
intelligent, must despise their ways
of getting money and they must
have some intimations of that, larg-
r happiness of having less and get
ting it honestly.
But if men had rather be honest
than dishonest, if they had rather
be useful citizens than parasites
and robbers, why is it that grafting
has spread like a plague among
us?
The reason is obvious. It is not
because men love money. It is be
cause they )oye luxury and fear
poverty. The fear of sinking into
the social morass with those at the
bottom, or the effort to live on an
ascending scale of self-indulgence
with those at tne top by one. or
both of these motives men are led
astray.
Economic betterment will dimin
ish temptation in these directions;
but for this economic betterment
we must look to the moral energy
of those whose souls are virgin of
greed, who, for the sake of the
commonwealth, are willing to deny
themselves the luxuries of life and,
f need be, to endure poverty.
Advertised Letters.
Letters remaining in the office
unclaimed during the week ending
Sept. 23, 1905:
John Alcott Jr,
E M Barkley Grocery Co,
Margont Bughr,
Mrs J C Rasher.
Mrs Ada Bailey,
Robert Clevenger,
Ethel Clark.
J. D. Caldwell.
Goot Clay.
Mrs Herman Chamberlain,
Mrs B Cone,
John Evans,
Mrs Will E Evans,
Joel H Ewing,
E C Foose.
W T Fakes.
W T Graham.
J H Hayes,
W R Givins.
Lillie Harris,
John Hall,
Myrtle Hall,
Labe Hitson.
G B Holt,
Ellen Johnson.
F C Johnson,
Olive Jones,
H Lowder,
J A Maples,
H W Nixlow.
W H Moses;
W W Morgan,
C W McKinney,
J K Mashborn.
Thomas McElroy,
W N Nash.
Mrs Mary Popell,
W A Parsons, (2)
Ellen Payne,
F E Richardson,
Louis Nessell,
Walter Rush.
Sarah Sherwood, '
Pearl Stone,
SISTER: READ.MY FREE OFFER
I If MJ
Taoitaanda be Idea myself hare cured themselTee with It, I aend It In plain wrappcra.
TO MUTHUKS OH DAUOMTURS I will explain a simple Home Treatment which speedily
and effectually oureii wrAa, Ur$tn Hicknttt and Painful or lrrtgulnr ilmilruation In young
ladle. ItwUUflryoionriWyndxjwtMandAaTeyour dau(A((rfA humiliation of explaining
her trouble to others. Plumpneaa and health alwaya result from It uae.
Wherever you live I can refer you to well-known lad Ufa of your own etnteor eounty who know
nd will (ladly tell any lufferer that thl Home Treatment really cur a all dlaeaaed condition of
Mr delicate female oruanlsm, thoroughly atrengthana relaicd muaclea and llgamenta which came
displacement, and make woinea well. Write today, aa Mill offer will not be made again. Addreag
MRS. fl. SUMMERS, Box 38 Notre Dame, Ind., U. S.
For home reference call on or address Mrs Olive Hickox, Conway, Texas
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
DR. R. W. C. LOWKY
Veterinarian
Oflice at L. O. Thompson & Bros.'
Drug Store. Amarillo, Texas.
DR. L. E. MAGNENAT
Physician and Surgeon
Oflk'i: at Goldhig & Richanlson's drug
store.
Res. l'lptie 236 Office I'lione 4S
C. E. G'nlnuj
J. I. Bl.man
M. i. a. Jicktoa
Gustavus, Bowman & Jackson
LAWYKRS
AMARILLO - TEXAS
Office: Suite 6 Carson Rldg. I'lione
Notarv I'ul.ic in Office.
L. C Barrett Sath W. Stawart J. A. Tomplstoa
Barrett, Stewart &Tcmpleton
ATTORNKYS-AT-LAW
AMARILLO
Damage Suiti a Specialty.
Holland Bulling " nm 18
DR. R. M. WALKER
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'RGEON
Residence 90I IUichaiian I'lione I39
OFFICK KUKRSTADT Ill'II.niXG
Room 7 Phone 321
E. A. JOHNSTON D. R. FLY
Phone 1S7 Office Phone Phone 52
JOHNSTON & FLY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
AMARILLO, TEXAS
Thomas F. Turner w. Boyce
Turner & Boyce
ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW
Offio 0r Amarillo National Bank.
AmariUo . Texas
John H. Wills,
REAL ESTATE ami ABSTRACTS,
Potter County Organized, Amarillo Laid
Out and John 11. Wilt' Land Office Ef
Uhlished in 1S.S7.
F. P. POWELL ..BEE
Formerly of aahachie, Texas
POWELL & GEE
Lawyers
Ortlca: Rooms S-3 over First Nat'l Bank
AMARILLO - TEXAS
General practice in State and Federal Courts
Special attention given to Land. Commercial and
COrporation'matters
HUGH L. UMPHRES
Lawyer
Notary Public Studio Bldg.
Office Phone 57 Resilience Phone m
W. D. PATTON
PHi'SICIAN AND Sl'RGEON
City and County Physician
Office at W. D. Patton Drug Company
5S Polk St. Amarillo, Tex.
DR. A. J. CALDWELL
Practice limited to the diseases of the
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Office Suite 9 Carson Bldg.
Office Phone 401 kesidence Phone 432
AMARILLO. TEXAS
J. V. Pierson, M. D., Res. Phone 24
A. F. Lumpkin, M. D., Res. Phone 24
Doctors
Pierson & Lumpkin,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Office : Suites 7 and 8, Central Block.
Phone No. 24.
G. T. Vinyard. M. D., Res. Phone, 268.
S. P. Vinyatd. M. D.. Res. Phone, 208.
Vinyard & Vinyard,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Office in Holland Building, Upstairs,
Rooms 1 and 2.
Phone 273, Amarillo, Texas.
Victor Stamps,
Lizzie Sterling,
Macie Thompson.
Parties celling for any of the
above letters will please say "ad
vertised". J. M. Kindred, P. M.
Wise Words to Sufferers
From a Woman of Notn Dam, Ind.
I will mall, Iree of any charge, t his Home Treat.
mpntwUh full Instruction and the history of mr
own case to any lady HUfTcrliiK from fnmule trouble
You Piincureyouraellat home without the aid ol
any phyalclan. It will coat you nothing to (five the
treatment trial, and If you docldn to continue It
will only coat you about twelra centa a week. It
will not Interfere with your work or occupation.
I hive nothing to aell. Toll other Riifferera of it
that la all I ask. It cure all, younir or old.
I IT I f you feel a bcurlnif-Uown aenmitlon.aenReof
Impending evil, pain In the back or bowel, creep
Intffnnlinirup theapiiie, a dexlretoory frequently,
hot fluNhea, wearlne, frequent desire, to urinate,
or If you hare Loueorrhea, (Whites), Displacement
or Falllntfof tne Womb, Profuse, Krnnty or Painful
I'erlodn, Tumor or Growths, address MltS. M.
SUMMKRS.Nll'RK DAMK, INI)., U. 8. A. for
the Fkei Thiatmrnt and Fri.L iNroKyAiinv.
' SBcJ tarn to any addrew tor I Oo poitag. .

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