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A M A R I L L 0, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEflBER 10, 1905
NO. 38
A. G. BOYCE, Pr. W. M. LAY, Vlce P J. T. SNEED, Jr., Cashier J. K. BOYCE. AttUtant Cahir
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $160,000. ..Money to loan on real estate
Correspondence or a Personal Interview Cordially Invited.
Courteous treatment to all.
DIRECTORS: A. G. Boyca, B. T. Ware W. M. Lay, J. T. Snood, Jr, W. Boyoe,
Bank Clearings at Amarillo for Week Ending
Saturday, November 4, 1905 . . $141,861.94
Reeder & Cooper,
in & &tU& seVecUoti bA rces
5V more of out V.a&ome AD'
$C eacv
Can "fc,t., 3Vo &oon tai TooVc
NOV. 13th
Mcdonald stock co.
At Elliott's Bakery.
Local Aerie Entertains Large num
ber of Friends Wednesday
Evening in Qrand Ball.
Notwithstanding the inclement
weather one of the largest crowds
in the history of Amarillo society
attended the reception and grand
ball given by the local aerie of
Eagles in their hall at the Carson
building Wednesday evening.
The event was a grand success
in every particular and marks the
initiation of social functions which
will follow during the entire winter.
Grand Deputy Organizer J. L.
Shanklin of the Eagles was a guest
of honor upon the occasion and in
a very entertaining manner spoke
of the growth of the Eagles and
the fraternity and brotherhood of
this rapidly growing organization
which now numbers its members
by the hundred thousand. He
told how the order from an origi
nal membership of five formed in
Seattle in 1898 it has grown to be a
fraternal organization of over 300,
000 members and one of the fore
most societies of the land.
The organization and growth of
this order has been phenomenal and
is clearly a demonstration of the
popularity of fraternalism and
brotherhood so strongly featured in
the American people. The five
men who first interested them
selves in a fraternal organization of
this order called it the "Orcer of
Gocd Things" ana in its general
acceptance and popularity these
Taylor $ Summers
Fire Insurance
Phono SI Optra House BIdrf
5on Lost Mother.
"Consumption runs in our family,
and through it I lost my mother,"
writes E. B. Reid, of Harmony,
Me. "For the past five years, how
ever, on the slightest sign of a
cough or cold, 1 have taken Dr.
King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, which has saved me from
serious lung trouble." His moth
er's death was a sad loss for Mr.
Reid, but he learned that lung
trouble must not be neglected, and
how to cure it. Quickest relief
and cure for coughs and colds.
Price 60c and $1.00; guaranteed
at L. 0. Thompson & Bros', drug
store. Trial bottle tree. 36Ftf
We Havo Just Received
Another carload of beautiful as well as useful furniture and general
house furnishings, including rockers, chairs, dressers, chiffoniers, beds
and many other exclusive designs in furniture.
We have a large display of Linoleum and Matting.
New and Second Hand Furniture.
We have assisted many people to homes, both in country and in
town, who would not today accept an advance of 60 per cent on
the cost price,
We have some choice bargains in ranches and town property.
same men decided to make the or
ganization a national one and in
forming their plans were attracted
to the name of Eagles by the 6ight
of a large eagle soaring from one
mountain peak to another with its
illustrated impression of things of
a higher order.
Mr. Shanklin closed his talk by
comparing the growth and organ-!
ization of local lodges in Texas and:
with the statement that Amarillo
aerie represented the largest new
lodge in the state.
The main hall used for the danc
ing was beautifully decorated with
the emblems of the order, while
ferns and chrysathemums were
artistically arranged about the
room making a most harmonious
effect to the color festooned in the
draping of the national colors of
the order.
The Grand March was led by
Mr. Robt. Clark and Mrs. Gus Hol
lander and was followed by waltz
es and two-steps with occasional
quadrilles and shottishes. The
dancing continued to a late hour
with an intermission at the mid
night hour at which time a well ap
pointed banquet was participated
in by the guests,
The tables were arranged in the
main hall of the building and were
loaded with delicacies intermingled
with beautiful flowers and ferns
which presented a most tempting
appearance. During the course
of the banquet two hundred and
fifty-three guests were served and
in a manner that affords much
credit to the local Eagles who had
charge of the entertaining.
The local members are well
Dleased with the success of their
first effort in intertaining their
friends and especially thank Mes
sers W. L. Thompson. J. N. Kirk-
man and F, A. Bryan to whom
much credit is due in bringing
about the delightful occasion.
Notice Tax Payers!
Please call at the office of the
collector of the Amarillo Inde
pendent School District and pay
your district school tax.
R. B. Newcome, Collector.
Room 12 Carson Building.
A Disastrious Calamity.
It is a disastrious calamity, when
you lose your health, because in
digestion and constipation have
sapped it away. Prompt relief can
be had in Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They build up your diges
tive organs, and cure headache,
dizziness, colic, constipation, etc.
Guaranteed at L. 0. Thompson &
Bros', drug store, price 25c. 56Ftf
Off For the Fair.
A jolly crowd of young people
will leave on the 7:20 train this
evening for a two day's visit at the
Dallas Fair. The party will spend
Saturday in Dallas attending the
fair, returning to Fort Worth Sun
day in time for connections with
the Sunday evening Denver train
arriving home Monday morning
The party is composed of Misses
Ware, Blackburn, Works, Williams,
Brower, Moore and Bethune,
Messrs. Works, Judge Merrill and
possibly several other young men
who have not as yet fully decided
upon the trip. Miss Maifair Works
will join the party at Goodnight.
"I Thank the Lord."
Cried Hannah Plant, of Little
Rock, Ark., "for the relief I got
from Bucklon'8 Arnica Salve. It
cured my fearful running sores,
which nothing else would heal, and
from which I had suffered for fiye
years." It is a marvelous healer
for cuts, burns and wounds. Guar
anteed at L. 0. Thompson &
Bros', drug store; 25c. 36Ftf
Jury Work Completed Tuesday.
First Case Lasts Nearly All
Week. Murderer Indicted.
Following the imDanellimr of a
jury Tuesday, the case of A. B.
Kay versus the Pecos valley and
Northeastern Railway, has occu
pied the attention of the court
since Tuesday's session.
In the grand jury's report to Judge
Webster an indictment against
H. T. Cornelius for murder in the
first degree was returned while two
indictments were returned against
Sam Chapman for horse theft and
other minor indictments against
violators of the law for which ar
rests have not as yet been made.
Th grand jury yesterday ad
journed until next Monday week,
Nov. 20.
In Choosing a Home.
There are so many features to
consider in choosing a place for a
permanent residence. Itisaques
tion of great importance to ones
family as well as ones self, and
there are many features of vital
importance to take into considera
tion. A healthful climate should be
foremost, for prosperity is but a
poor blessing when there is con
stant ill health. If the bitter, rig
orous winter of the north, the close
sultry summers of the south, or the
low malaria infested regions are
not suited to ones temperament,
then choose sections with medium
winters, a pleasant summer or of
sufficient altitude to be free from
malaria and disease.
Such is the Panhandle of Tex
as, not the long bitter cold
winters, but enough cold weather
to insure crops. No long hot sul
try summers, but alway a fine
breeze sweeping over these great
plains, and heat prostrations never
The altitude not too high, but
sufficient to make nrularia. chills
and ague a perfect stranger.
A county with sufficient rainfall
to insure crops, and where it falls
during the season when it is need
ed, According to the U.S- Weath
er Bureau at Amarillo, there has
been an average of 22 inches per
annum of rainfall during the past
thirteen years, and to date during
1905, more than 27 inches.
The deep well water is pure and
wholesome, free from alkali and
The convenience to schools and
churches should be well in mind,
for it is not just or right to deprive
ones family of the opportunities of
education and the influence of the
church. Neither is it right to lo
cate too distant from market, for
of what use to raise stock or grain
when the expense of marketing it
consumes all the profit? In many
new countries it takes years to ac
complish these things
Then the land conditions are to
be carefully studied. A country
where diversified farming is pos
sible is always most profitable and
prosperous. If one crop fails,
another helps out in the emer
gency. . Both land and climatic condi
tions are most favorable for such
farming in the Panhandle. Cotton,
corn, wheat, oats, alfalfa, maize,
Kaffir corn, millet, fruits, melons,
berries and vegetables are very
profitably grown, and with less ex
pense and labor than in the north
ern states.
Farmers who know how, and will,
are prosperous in the Panhandle,
"jl'Qf " 'or giving you
ce are un
surpassed. We .apital, the
equipment, the correspondents, and In
fact everything necessary for the
prompt dispatch of business. You
will find us prompt, courteous, lib
eral and obliging. Will be glad to
have you call any time.
J. L. Smith, President
B. C. D. Bynum, . Vice-President
Ray Wheatley, .... Cashier
The First National Bank
This bank has ample facilities for taking care of your business, no matter
how extensive. We want your business, and a trial will demon
strate how anxious we are to please you.
4 per cent interest paid on savings deposits.
W. H. FUQUA, President,
Chas. J. E. Lowndes, Cashier. J. S. Chesnutt, Asst. Cashier
Mafia as Minstrels
Scats on Sale at Elliot's Confectionery.
Taking everything into consider
ation, especially the extreme low
price of lai,d, in fact the richest
soil and mast productive of the
low priced land in the United
States, the Panhandle of Texas
would seem to be almost the ideal
place to make a home, that would
grow in value for years to come.
For any information as to the
best, low priced lands, or good in
vestments in town property, we
will be pleased to ba of service to
Will A. Miller Land Co.,
Amarillo, Texas.
Fifty Ycara tho Standard
1 wVVidyi
A Cream of Tartar Povidcs
PJlade From SSrapoa
Ho Alum
White & Kirk...
We meant to talk to you at this time about our goods and
give you some prices, but our advertising man has had to
sell goodst in fact is worked almost to death. Of the busy
seasons this by far the busiest. Don't forget what we have
said bef ore, buy your goods early. As long as they last the
old price rules.
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White & Kirk
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Fresh Oatmeal. Dr. Price's Famous BreaUfast Foods.
Other popular brands of oatmeal and breahfast foods.
Fresh Keg and Bottle Picttles.
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