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THE TWICE-X-WBEK HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1905 THETWlCE-A-WEEk HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1905 STAR ROUTE JOBS. SYSTEM Double -Breasted Sack WILL PROVE TO BE A VERY POPULAR SUIT FOR Fall and Winter Just the snap, grace and swing to make you look right J Call and examine our elegant line of The Bell System Suits, Single and Double - Breasted, Overcoats and Raincoats. Deiigned and Made by Stern, Lauer, Shohl & Co. CINCINNATI, O. . SOLD BY ALEX SHIELDS, AMARILLO, TEXAS Government to Re-Let Contracts All Over the Panhandle Country. SEVERAL ARE INDICTED. A Number of Citizens Accused of Land Fraud. Of the 6even indictments return aA 1 1 1 ou jcoiciuay, tiA nave oe en maae public, the one and part of the de fendants in some of the six being .still kept secret because of the fact ftnat the parties have not been ar rested. B. H. Tallmadge was in--dicted in several counts for "con spiracy todefraui the government -Sluggish Liver n Foe to Ambition. You can not accomplish very 'mucn n your liver is inactive, as : you feel dull, your eyes are heavy iartrt llffht evArtinna evhatict umi K)rlno Laxative Fruit Syrup stimu lates the liver and bowels and makes you feel bright and active. Orioo Laxitive Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and very pleasant to take Orino is mor i fTective than pills or ordi nary 'j'thartics. Refuse substi tutes. Golding & Richardson. S6tf Willi Bull Dag Tenacity We stick to it th it our II: W VAOO' YARD On South Polk str ct is the best equipped and affords be tter accom modations than anything of its kind in Atnarillo. PIKE STROUD, Liveryman. by unlawfully obtaining possession of public lands," and for perjury. G.C. Young was indicted on the charge of conspiring to defraud the government, as also were Walter Haynes, John F. McGrew and James W. Overstreet, All pleaded not guilty and gave bond for their appearance. Talmadge's bond was fixed at $5,000, Young's was $3,000 and the other three each $1,C00, The cases will probably come up at the next term of court in April. Roswell Record. The Denver Road. Texas State Fair, Dallas, Oct. 28, Nov. 12. For the above oc cason, Tickets will be on sale daily Oct., 27, to Nov. 11. Limit to Nov. 13 for return. $13.20 for the round trip. TexasSynod Presbyterianchurch Houston, Texas, Nov. 22-30-05. For the above occasion, roundtrip to Houston, will be on sale Nov. 21-22. limit to return Dec. 1-05 $21.90 for the roundtrip. Texas Synod Presbyterian church at Houston, Texas Nov. 22-30. rate $21.90. Dates of sale 21-22, limit to Dec. 1. L B. Simmons, T. W. White, T. F. &i P. A. Tkt. Agt. 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 Notice Tax Payers! Please call at the office of the collector of the Amarillo Inde pendent School District and pay your district school tax, ,1 R. B. Newcome, Collector. Room 12 Carson Building. 3 ZSXZ sir: TEXAS FARMERS Located in the l'lmbui'lle Country constitute a vast proportion of those who an- out of debt. (Hisses tin abundance of all that is neces fury to comfort and easy hours, and Own Bank Accounts. Those who are not so fortunate should profit by past experiences and recognize that these conditions are possible in The Panhandle. As nowhere else for the reason thut no other section no offers Really Ilitfh-Cl&ss Lands at Low Prices and that the Agricultural and Stock-farming possibilities of this ne:tion are the eqiml of, and in some respects better than three to five times higher priced property located elsewhere. In a word: Many magnificent opportunities are still open here to those possessing but little money, but prompt investigation and quick acti6n are advisable, as speculators have investigated and are fast purchasing with a knowledge of quickly developing opportunities to sell to others at greatly increased prices. THE DENVER ROAD sells cheap round-trip tickets twice a week with stop-over privileges. For full Information, write to A. A. CLISJON, C. P, A., Fort Worth, Texas T.iu ii i i i hi i Proposals will be received at the office of the Second Assistant Post master General, Postoffice De partment, Washington, J), c., un- :i . ... i. , iw 4.jj p. in. ueceniDer 5, 1905 for carrying the mails for the Un tu Mates on the routes and by the schedules of departures and arriv nl.. .... !. 1 it 1 am, an nnuwu uy me auvcrlisetiien to be found at all postoffiees Texas. Those in the Panhandle are; SWISHKR COUNTY. Tuliato Silvertou, 30 miles, Hire uuma wait. ionu jm.ooo; pres en t contract pays $525. Twist to Tulia, 1 5 miles and back three times a week. Bond $600 present contract pays $375. franchon to Happy, 12 miles and back, three times per week. Bond $500; present coutract pay $300, Wayside by Ceta to Happy 19.50 miles and back, six times week. Bond $1,200: nrescnt rnn tract pay $254.04 for three times week. rOTTER COUNTY. Vega by Wildorado to Amarillo 35 miles and back, three times week. Bond $1,200; present con tract pay $780. HARTLEY COUNTY. Channing to Dumas, 27.88 miles and back, six times a week. Bond $2,000; present contract pay $950 MOORE COUNTY. Aqua to Dumas, 18 miles and back, three times a week. Bond $700; present contract pay $269.10 for twice a week. Quarton to Dumas, 17 miles and back, twice a week. Bond $500; present contract pay $273.10. HUTCHINSON COTNTY. Alhambra to Granada, 18 miles and back, three times a week. Bond $700; present contract pay $383.79 Horace to Plemons, 14 miles and Old Men Middle-Aged men Young men Are You Weak. Worn Out, Discouraged and Unstrung? IF SO, CONSULT DR. W, II. BETTS ' Mi mm Come and see me! Come and see what 1 am doing, what I have done for others, what I can do for you. Come and have a friendly talk. Come and see my extensive Institute and Laboratories, the largest and most expensively fitted offices and the best stocked laboratories in the South. No experiment, consult confidentially, Age and experience important. It makes no difference what you have taken or who has failed to cure you. Consultations, personally or by letter, free. Consult the old doctor. Thousands cured. Offices and parlors private. Be fore confiding your case, consult Dr. Betts. A friendly letter or call may save suffering and shame, and add golden years to life. Medicine sent everywhere, secure from exposure. Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Sun days, 9 a. m. till 1 p. m. W. II. BETTS, M. D. 307 Main Street, D L LAS, TEXAS. OFFICE SUPPLIES back, twice a week. Bond $300; present contract pay $149.50. Plemons by Granada to Panhan dle, 38.50 miles and hack, six times a week. Bond $2,600; present contract pay $1,398. Plemons to Bugbee, 8 miles and back six times a week. Bond $600; present contract pay $179 for three times a week. Bugbee to Lieb, 12 miles and back, three times a week. Bond $500; present contract pay $300. JefTry by Adobe Walls to Peace vale, 22.50 miles and back, thiee times a week. Bond $1,000. ROBERTS COUNTY. Miami to Parrell (X. ().) to Pcacevale, 42 miles and back, three times a week. Bond $1,500. Miami to Mobeetie, 22 miles aud back, six times a week. Bond $1,500; present contract pay $500 DONLEY COUNTY. Clarendon by Paloduro to Silver ton, 56 miles and back, six times a week. Bond $4,000; present con tract pays $1,772. Clarendon by Naylor to Bray, nines ana uacK, twice a week. Bond $600; present con tract pay $322.79. Clarendon to Brice, 19 miles and 33 miles and back, three times a $300; present contract $183. SSI 8 Single and Double Entry Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books. ' Receipt Books, Memorandum Books, Le- gal cap Paper, Envelopes and other Office Supplies. A Complete Stoce of Bookkeepers Supplies. PHONE 127 GIST BROTHERS, 505 POLK DRUGGISTS. Successors to the W. D. Patton Drug Company. back, twice a week. Bond $500; week. Bond $i, 100; present con- present contract nav $2io. ;o. tract pay $600. I ' J HALL COUNTY. tract pay $1,1 So. DICKENS COUNTY. RANDALL COUNTY. Canyon by Happy, Tulia, and Wright to Plainview, 65 miles and back, seven times a week. Bond $6,000; present contract pay $229. HALE COUNTY. Plainview by Lockney to Floy dada, 31 miles and back, six times a week. Bond $2,000; present contract pay $529. Plainview by Hale Center and 1 T11 I It' ll- iu:u,p., uy ivoua aim w einng- $8 present contract nav Sjji o. ton to Aberdeen. 4; miles and jack, six times a week. Bond and back, six times a week. ' Bom! $2,600; present contract pay $809. $600; present contract pay $198 for WHEELER COUNTY. "li'" U vnnora to Wellington. 9 miles " . ' C ll la Whom Clx pKMnlt Stall Com ' . ' ' - ilbi'e Declaration"-. v&J 9S W tKirt Nt mi M(Vt ' Official Hwaro 1RibbouA; At tlrtt M ttt Xoiueiana ; urcbaec . mn mt winai , , '3utv of Hvaroi (Ik m CNui't IsStHTrt. iftUM hum tvve IN Htiuion .'I m hn (N MOTLEY COUNTY T..ti:.. . t... . i imciiiji iu .ujiauui, iu utiles ivaicunic uy i urKey, vjunaque anA Unn. Iliril at. ana enrley to Cockney, 81.42 $400; present contract pay $180. miles and back, six times a week. Matador by Afton to Dickens, Bond $6,000; present contract pay 3 miles and back, six times a $2 06. qq wees, uona 52,200; present con Memphis by Lakeview to Les ley, 22 mi es and back, three times " Strip to Lnbbock, 48.50 miles and a week. Bond $800. 1 1. f. ,' Jr, back, six tunes a week. Bond Memphis to Quail, 19 miles and present contract pay $200. $3:?.?: P.rm'"1 C(?,,ltract Tap to I'spuela, 12.50 miles ;md . . . , . , fim. nrPf mnt,' 4,ao back, three times .1 week l'.nn.l 1 " u"'" n,A , '-'W' .... I week. Bom Sooo: nresent rnn r 1. ? . a t 1 .. . non nreseni mnir:iri tmi' si-: ' ' xuempnis 10 ioage, 14 mues ana w ' 1 1 ' j tract pay, $318. back, three times a week. Bond wuim-mhikuhuimv. . Plainview to Whitfield, 16 miles $soo- new service uozier to Miamrocic, 12 mile and' and back, lliree times a week. Bond uacK, mx nines n weeK. iHJi u-sqoo: hrt'on rontrari nav r-?.i : -. . - ' J'.Ikii to Plainview, 14 miles and back, three times a week. Bond $500; present contract pay $180. Copenhagen to Hale Center, n. 25 miles and back, three times a .... ,.1. i 1 Frve to Mobeetie. 20 miles nnrll T,'. w v ",m l"" " ",u Wv Pu con- , aim oacK. twice a week. limui tr.irt mv ?ei t u 1- 1. r... 1 ' ' LavK., IW11.C U wait, duuu yoo; present contract pay $230. Shamrock to Alxrdeen, 16 miles and back, six times a week. Bond $1,000; present contract pay 463 -75- CROSBY COUNTY tmma by Mount Blanco and Wake to Dickens, 50 miles and back, three times a week. Bond $1,600; present contract pay $685. Emma to Verbena, 25 miles and back, once a week. Bond $300; present contract pay $175. Emma by Cone to Floydada, 29.75 miles and back, six times a week. Bond $2,500, present con tract pay $1,200. FLOYD COUNTY. Hoydada to Hillcrest, 14 miles and back, si a times a week. Bond 1,000; present contract pay $300 or three times a week. Lockney by Mickey, Petersburg, Estacado and Acuff to Lubbock, 50 miles and back, six times a week. Bond $4,000; present contract pay $1,670. Flomat to Quitaque, 1 2 miles and back, twice a week. Bond $300; present contract pay $156. I1RISCOE COUNTY. Silverton by Reeves to Curlew, 7.50 miles and back, three times a week. Bond $600; present con tract pay $275. Silverton by Milo to Beverly, 23 miles and back, three times a week. Bond $700; present contract pay $355- . CHILDRESS COUNTY. Kirklan by Tanks to Blanche, 22.75 miles and back, twice a week. Bond $500, present contract pay 285. Childress by Olympus and Arlie to Loco, 31.50 miles and back, six times a week. Bond $2,200: present contract pay $969.15. Childress by Tell, Northfield, Matador and Lyman to Floydada, 90 miles and back, six times a week. Bond $7,300: present con tact pay $2,827.50. Childress to Paducah, 35 miles and back, six times a week. Bond $2,000; present contract pay $900. COTTLK COUNTY. Paducah by Willett to Dumont. 25 miles and back, six times a week. Bond $1,800: present contract pay $400 for three times a week. , Cn li"iisu piiniuu Ctiituw. 1 1 The Wheatland Roller Mill Go. Of Wheatland, Wyoming, MILLERS OF GOLDEN GRAIN FLOUR Have lately installed in their mills, a Laundering plant, in other words a system for washing, drying and polish ing the grain before grinding itthe same as you would a piece of linen. This plant has been installed at a con siderable expense but it places the Flour now being sold to you, beyond a doubt As Pure as the Falling Snow. It is not bleached by some chemical process to make it white, but still retains that nutty flavor from the wheat that our mothers liked so well. A Trial of this Famous Flour will Make you a Permanont Customer ' FOR SALE ONLY BY D. N. Wright & Son 505 PoIkst. THE CASH STORE Phone 45 Paducah by Bala to Guthrie.