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THE fWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1905 e4 V3M ns? DO YOU GUT UP WITH A I, AMIS BACK? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who reads tlie news- 1 r i . 1 f..i per is sure 10 kiiow oi uic womicnui cures maao ny ut. Kilmer's Swamp- a ryjr R(K)t-the Rrent kul C oJrVj nfyi liver and blad- 3 TO?' JiSdCT remedy. T I U J Itiathtirreatmed- f1 .tlttll .f tllik I nineteenth centurv : W discoveredafteryears s.B of scientific researcn by l)r. Kilmer, me eminent kidney and bladder specialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, uric acid, catarrh of the bladder and Bright's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec ommended for everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work and in private practice, and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper, who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle sent free by mail, also a hook tell ing more about Swamp-Root, and how to findout if you have kidney or bladder trou ble. When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ilinghnmton, N. Y. The regular Aftvint and one- Jollar size bottles are -"f- ld by all good druggists. Don't make iy mistake, but remember the name, jwatnp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, ind the address, Binghaniton, N. Y., ou rvery bottle. The Denver Road. Low rates to Portland, Oregon. Round trip $56 00, goinj; and com ing home on any direct route. Going through California and re turning any other route, or vice versa, $61.00. Ninety days limit for return. Stop-over en route both going and coming. D. J. Connell, L. B. Simmons, Tkt Ag't T F & P A. A Good School. Toby's Practical Business Col lege, Waco, Texas. No blow, no misrepresentations, nor unbusi nesslike propositions or guaran tees. Plenty of good, honest work by highly educated persons THAT'S ALL. The High Grade School for High Grade Students. Catalogue free, enter at any time, this school is the home of Janes' Shadeless Shorthand, the renown ed Parliamentary System. l-6mo FOLEYSEOirEYTAR top ttxm orol and lungs Listen Just A Moment To be known as a careful busi ness man is worth while. I would impress this upon your mind, and add another maxim which I pray you heed and be wise. It is this: "Land constitutes the real basis of all values." Corporations may fall, houses may burn, bonds may prove worthless, and "the fool and his money soon part," but if you own, as much as 200 acres of land in Texas your wife can hold that for a HOME against the world. The BATTLE for a home is growing fiercer every day. Don't spend two much time listening . buy now and laugh later when prices have advanced. I have the bargain you are look ing for. Al. W. Cunningham Amarillo - Texas If You Want A Home or Ranch in Sher man. Hansford, Ochiltree or Hutchinson counties write Champ Traylor Plemona , Texas Who has some great bargains In Railroad, School and Pat ented Land. LIVE STOGX MARKETS AT KANSAS CITY. THI WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY CLAY. ROBINSON A COMPANY, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MEROHANTS. OFFIOES AT OHIOAQO, KANSAS OITY, OMAHA, SIOUX OITY. ST. JOSEPH AND DENVER. Kansas C Oct ity, Mo. ) 20, 0S. J Receipts of cattle thus far this week are 76,700; previous week, 71,900; last year, 65.000. Best beef steers this week lost all the gain they made the last half of last week; light and medium kinds held steady; cows show no change. Choice stockers and feeders were scarce and held firm; plain kinds dropped 10 to 25c. Bulls held steady to strong; veals firm. The following table gives prices now ruling. Extra prime cornfed steers, $5.45 to (6.00 Good, 5.00 to 5.50 Ordinary 4.00 to 5.00 Choice cornfed heifers 4.75 to 5 45 Good 4.10 to 4.75 Medium, 3.50 o 4.10 Choice cornfed cows 4.00 to 4.25 COMPETENT JUDGES. Beauty Doeiors Endorse Herplctde. Women who make a business of beau tifying other women come pretty neat knowing what will bring about the best results. Here are letters from two, con cerning Herplclde: "I can recommend Newbro's "Herpl clde," as It stopped my hair from falling out; and, as a dressing It has no super ior. "(Signed.) Bertha A. Trulllnger, "Complexion Specialist, "29'4 Morrison St., Portland, Ore." "After using one bottle of "Herplclde my hair has stopped falling out, and my scalp Is entirely free from dandruff. "(Signed.) Grace Dodjre, "Fesuty Doctor, 196 Sixth St.. Portland. Ore." ftold by leading druggists. Send 10e. In tamps for sample to The Hsrplclde Co,, Detroit, Mich. B. R. Roach Drug Co. Special Agts week are 21,500; last week, 55. 000; last year, 19,900. The de mand has been very strong from both killing and feeding sources and values are now 15 to 25c higher than a week ago, We quote: Choice lambs, $7.50 to $7.25; choice yearlings. $5,20 to $5.50; choice wethers, $5.00 to $5.25; choice ewes $4.50 to $.75. The Stork An Issue. Baltimore Sun: The Hon. John Temple Graves of Atlanta, who is rz 25V Wc arc Selling Those H. 8c Ts C. Railroad Lands Located on the Canadian River, near Amarillo. They are going fast and will not last long The new wagon bridge will open up that entire sec tion. See us about location and prices. W. D. HOWREN, AGENT, WITH The John J. Burns Land Company, Amarillo National Bank Building, Amarillo, Texas. DRY FARMING NOW The Tide of Immigration Is High in the Panhandle and Oppor tunities are Genuine. Good, 3.25 to 3.85 Medium 2.75 to 3.25 Canners 1.50 to 2.25 Choice stags 4.00 to 4.50 Choice fed bulls 3.25 to 3.75 Good, 3.00 to 3.25 Bologna bulls, 2.00 to 2.50 Veal calves 5.00 to 6.25 Good to choice native or western stockers 3.50 to 4.00 Fair 3.25 to 3.50 Common, 2.75 to 3.25 Good to choice heavy na tive feeders, 3.85 to 4.25 Fair 3.50 to 3.75 Good to choice heavy brand ed horned feeders. 3.25 to 3.75 Fair, 3.00 to 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 3.50 to 4.00 Good 3.25 to 3.50 Fair...- 3.00 to 3.25 Choice grass cows 2.75 to 3.00 Good 2.50 to 2.75 Common 2.00 to 2.50 - Receipts of hogs thus far this week are 47,200; last week, 55, 000; last year, 58,600, Prices yesterday closed practically the 6ame as on last Thursday or 50c higher than a year ago. Receipts today were 8,500 and the market steady to 5c lower, with bulk of sales from $5.15 to $5.20; top $5.25. Receipts of sheep thus far tnis Doctor Said He Would Not Live Peter Fry, Woodruff, Pa. writes: "After doctoring for two years with the best physicians in Waynsburg, and still getting worse, the doctors advised me if I had any business to attend to I had better attend to it at once, as I could not possibly live another month as there was no cure for me. Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friend, and I immediately sent my son to the store for it, and after taking three bottles I began to get better and continued to improve until I was entirely well." Gold ing & Richardson. 27 tf BRISCOE COUNTY LANDS Are among the best in the Panhandle. :: :: For particulars write Silverton Land Company, SUverton, 11 Tti&i, Panhandle Lands Any Size Tract You Want at Almost Any Price You Want to Pay 'Bdm is. J. Slade m,,ttl -y..!,, i, iimijniy iipi,ipi,i,i, f mm. im-wins wmiiii,, , 11 in 11 a candidate for the United States senate, in a recent speech referred, it is said, with some pride to the size of his family, which is unusual in this age of race suicide. Judge Russell, a candidate for governor, was present when Colonel Graves made his modest boast, and fol lowed with a statement of his own claim: "Something has been said by Colonel Graves about his thir teen children. I have had nine, but then I have not made any point of them in my campaign. But when I am elected governor and take my little procession out on Peachtree street in their blue ging hams they will put to shame some of those Peachtree street swells whose wives have nothing but pug dogs to fondle." A Reliable Remedy for Croup. With the dry, cool weather of the early winter months, parents of croupy children should be on the alert for ominous symptoms. There is no cause for anxiety when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is kept in the home. If this medicine is given as soon as the child be comes hoarse or even after the cough has appeared, the attack may be warded off. Mrs. S. Ros enthal, of Turner, Michigan, says: "We have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for ourselves and children for several years and like it very much. I think it is the on ly remedy for croup and can high ly recommend it." For sale by all Druggist. 31T5t November Suggestion. The November issue of Sugges tion (Chicago) a magazine of the New Psychology fo thinkers, dis cusses the following subjects: Auto-Suggestion, Drugless Healing Suggestive Therapeutics, Nature Cure, Law of Suggestion in Health and Business, Business Psycholo gy, Psychic Research, Will Power, Dual Personality, Personal Mag netism, Thought Force, Hygiene, The realization of Mental Ideals, Telepathy, Psychic Powers of the Mind to Overcome Disease, Bad Habits, etc. Metropolitan Business College Dallas, Taxsi. Ths finest business college In the South unrivaled In Teiai unsurpassed In America. Write (or Jree catalogue. Ask about CHartetr'a Eloctric Shorthand. DEAL ESTATE iVn the Shallow Water Belt- THE BEST OP FARM LANDS J SKAGGS & DELAY PLAINVIEW. TEXAS AY,,' lS. J. ' " I'1"!'"!, L "People in the eastern'and cen tral states have been more or less prejudiced against the west as a farming proposition, and this preju dice has been in a large measure due to bad farming," said Mr. Bar bee the dry farming advocate, the other day. "I don't know where they got their ideas, but the slip shod methods of many of the men who have tried farming in the west don't deserve a crop in western Kansas or anywhere else on top of the divine foot stool. "Dry farming is intelligent farm ing. Old settlers were slow to take hold of it. But they are be ginning to see that by loosening up their soil so moisture can get down into it, and then treating the surface of the soil right they can have moisture on tap at all seasons of the year, and they are making a rush for the dry system band wagon. "Nowhere in the whole south west is dry farming receiving more interest right' now than down in the Panhandle of Texas. Down there in a great section of country embracing hundreds of thousands of acres and of which Amarillo is the center, those vast ranches are rapidly being cut up e.nd sold off into section tracts for farming pur poses. "Experiments with crops suitable to that dry region have been going on and increasing in number each season for several years. Kaffir corn, sorghum, alfalfa and other crops have been tried with more or less success and they gave the country a start toward breaking up the great pastures and putting a family on every section. Lately, interest is being taken in the dry farming system, and it is meeting with such success that no other part of the southwest is now at tracting as much attention as is the country around Amarillo. Hun dreds of thousands of acres are being bought up by syndicates to be cut into farms and sold out to actual settlers at reasonable prices and on attractive terms. "In its westward course the 6tar ot the empire is now hovering over Amarillo. The tide of immigration is flowing in that direction and transformation of the Panhandle will be at its flood within another year. The desert has begun to bloom and the great pastures where the short grass cattle once roamed is fast becoming nothing more than a theme for legend, romance and poetic imagination." A Card, This is to certify that all drug gists are authorized to refund your money if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold. It stops the cough, heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold. Cures la grippe cough and prevents pneumonia and consump tion. Contains no opiates. The genuine is in a yellow package. Refuse substitutes. Golding & Richardson. 27tf Specials! A special cash bargain, 4 room house close in, f 750 if taken at once. 20,000 acres of land at an extraor dinary bargain, Terms, one-third cash, balance to suit purchaser. A fine col ony proposition. Some good investments to offer in both ranch and city property. If you desire to buy, sell or exchange, or negotiate a loan, call and see us before closing a deal. Gouldy Bros. & Co. , REAL ESTATE AND LOAN BROKERS 1 ....Modern Dwellings.... It will pay the man nine times out of ten who contemplates building a mod ern residence to make a careful and thorough Investigation of the character istics that qualify the contractor for busi ness. It don't pay to let your contract to the lowest bidder every time, as has been demonstrated ttme and again. I invite your investigation, and if not found wanting, let me figure with vou. J. II. HOLLAND Contractor and Builder 706 Johnson St. AaurlllQ P. 0. Box 462 -TT-.-lTTT ' ' - UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT The Elmhirst AMARILLO'S LEADING HOTEL, flodern Convenlences.Spacious Sample Rooms F. IIULETT, PROPRIETOR. h mm - j i f m. j- am ma a m Tin I. It Pant w POLKA DOT. CANS. i I f I t 1 I 1 1 ONEGALLONOFEXCH i MnhchfRe Raw W ciirM v UNSEED OIL ft oust: paint Makes Jhe Restraint iportint Memomndum-v! input. r . -'. r. - Ml. I. Mf Tt..llk. ww p..i.i . ia oa rfmiw" M Ik. (UM fW l v lli.JO wt tell you piini, you buy ihe limced oil separately. 1 from our tpcnen thai puimwiihoui freih linecd oil inn to li( very long 01 coune, il may look wejl in Ihe ig- bul in ihe end - whitr . ,. . here in bunnett to tay and when we recommend Kmlocn ; cermnlv mui be Dilutive ol m tuying qualmei, loo. give you tome real inlurmanon 00 punting. When you to buy come and tee ui auout ?GAL?PAI! .WewiUJuiiDlyjpu at LINN the wine (imc Hilfl IrcihfiUfC lintKd OIL BROTHERS M 1-4 niu hi 1 1 itwirn ,i iwi n rvH We Sell "South Plains" Soil. CALAHAN & HENDRIX, Tulia, Swisher Co.. Texas. The Best and Cheapest on Earth Cheap Lands for Sale In the Northwestern part of the State, Known as the Panhandle Country. The Best Stock Farming Proposition In the State, and which is Destined to be a Great Deal More than this in the Future. About 1,000, D00 Acres Land Practically all Susceptible ol Agriculture These lands were originally granted to the Houston & Texas Central Railway Co., and the Texas & New Orleans Railroad Co., and are situated in the counties of Lipscomb, Ochiltree, Hansford, Sherman, Dallam, Hartley, Moore, Hutchinson, Roberts and Hemp hill, which will be sold in tracts of from 160 acres up to four sec tions, or 2560 acres, to one purchaser, at prices ranging from $1.50 to $4.00 per acre, the latter price being almost entirely confined to Lipscomb county, the best watered county in the North-west. The lands tributary to the Rock Island & Kl Paso are just south of Beaver County, Oklahoma, and are reached by the Fort Worth & Denver City R. R. Those tributary to the Kansas Southern are just west of Oklahoma Territory. The lands being separated from Oklahoma by only an imagi nary line, and with the improved methods and scientific knowledge of soils and adaptation of crops the climatic conditions, soil, etc., of these lands being practically the same as those in Oklahoma there is no reason why the same progress and development should not take place in this Southwest country as has already taken place in Oklahoma. There are many reasons that commend themselves to immi grants and investors in buying these lands. The title to this prop erty was acquired directly from the state of Texas by the railroads and may be depended upon as free from any adverse claimant. Again, warranty deeds are given in all cases and the rate of interest charged is le than what is generally demanded by individuals. Another thing which recommends the purchase of these lands is that the state and county taxes in none of the counties mentioned will exceed $1.25 on the $100.00 valuation, which upon investiga tion will be found in marked contrast to the much higher rate of taxes in the Oklahoma Country. , The terms upon which these lands will be sold are one-fifth cash, balance in four equal annual payments, 6 per cent interest payable annually, deferred payments secured by the land. Agents will be found at the county seats of all the counties mentioned, except Lipscomb and Moore counties, in which the local agents will be found at Higgins and Chauning. For further information, maps, booklets, "etc., descriptive of these lands, apply to C. C. -G-I-B-BS, Land Commissioner, San Antonio, Texas.