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THE rVVICE-A-WEEK HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER !Of 1905
P5? Continusmts In our Ladies1 Ready to Wear Department Our reductions in ready made apparel brought us many customers, but the inclement weather, doubtless kept many from taking advantage of the special offerings in this line, so we will continue the same inducements all next week. But our advice is to make jour selection early, as the sizes will be rapidly broken, making it a little more difficult to make a selection. But in our immense stock we can certainly find a pleasing style for you. But you had better hurry. 12 M &f s Pri8$ These rainy days make a Cravenette coat appreciated. They are the dressiest garments imaginable, and absolutely im pervious to the rains and wind. They come in light weight, full dress lengths, specially priced from $9.75 to $20.00 We received by express this week 4 dozen silk petticoats in the new two-toned rustle taffeta silk, beautifully made with wide flounce and dust ruffle, elaborately stitched and trimmed all colors, specially priced at $5 00 and $7 00 Perhaps you are contemplating having a dress or suit made, before the holidays, if so you will do well to investigate our lin. See our display of beautiful cloths in our large Polk street window. We have an exceptionally pretty line of wool piece goods this season of every hue and descrip tion, also a handsome line of silks, Crepe de Chenes and Eolines in the fancy Pastel shades suitable for ball and evening gowns. Always priced here for less than you find it elsewhere. Corner Fourth and ml jj Polk Streets m Ji Corner Fourth and Polk Streets DELICIOUS HOT DRINKS, HOT CHOCOLATE, COFFEE, BEEF TEA AND BOUILLON, CLAM BOUILLON AND TOMATO BOUILLON, AT THE WOMAN'S EXCHANGE Local News Items DR. ALBERT J. CALDWELL, Specialist, on diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat. Suite 9, Carson Bldg. Hours 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6 p.m. H. T. Bibbs left for Quanah last eve ning, to bt gone until Sunday. Fresh flsh at Schang's market. New location, phone 520. 36tf Jessie Slade, while some little better this morning, is still a sick boy, Dr. Albert Caldwell's Amarillo office will be closed on Wednesday and Thurs- day of each week. 23tf Horace Humphreys, formerly proprietor 'of the Elmhirst, is in the city for a few day returning to his home in Indiana 'aftera visit in California. Don't forget the visit of Dr. Rigdon, the celebrated optician, at Clayton's next month. 37-2t G. A. Gosser the cigar manufacturer, has purchased a crop -.of Texas tobacco and intends manufacturing an exclusive Texas cigar. He gives assurance of an up grade and predicts great popularity for the new all Texas smoke. PAINTS PAINTS PAINTS We have a large stock of Paints.Oils and Var nishes we wish to close out, and will make you some very low prices to move the stock before the winter weather and to make room for our hol iday goods, which will be here soon. L 0. THOMPSON & BROTHER DRUGGISTS, 4th & Polk St. Phona No. 82 Furnished rooms to rent, 510 Buchanan street. 3tt-3t Morris H. Isaacs of Cincinnati, a broth er of H. Joe and Sam Isaacs, arrived in the city this morning, and will spend two weeks or more visiting relatives here. Mr. Isaacs is engaged in the insurance busi ness in Cincinnati, and is well known in newspaper circles, having at one timo been associated with the press in that city. W. A. Stoll is boss watchmaker at Clayton's. All work guaranteed. 37-2t The Epworth League social which was to have been given tonight, has been pos poned on account of the inclement weather. Don't forget the visit of Dr. Rigdon, the celebrated optician, at Clayton's next month. 37-2 G. K. Whitcomb has returned home af ter a prolonged visit in Virginia. Don't forget the visit of Dr. Rigdon, the celebrated optician, at Clayton's next month. :n-2t Hugh Whitcomb who is suffering with apDendicetis athishome on Fillmore street is much better and it is hoped will soon be able to again resume his work. For rent, one suit of three rooms, fur nished for housekeeping. 708 Harrison street. 34tf Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Higginbothan of 13th and Harrison streets are entertaining a new daughter, born to them last Satur day evening. New line of watches for boys at Stoll's, the watchmaker. You should see them. 37-2t J. G. Campbell was among the Claren don visitors in the city this week. Th hn&t &nd ehane?t rlace to reDair vour watch is at StoH's. the watchmaker, at Clayton's furniture store. 37-2t Ben H. Kelley of Miami, was here Thursday. The night school at Amarillo Business Cnlleora. is a oavimr Droposition to the young man or woman who is engaged during the day. -ski Frank H. Cornn, Wm. Davis and C. A. Hanavaugh of Liberty, Mo., Chas. Liget andG. J. Cuthbertson of Kearney, Mo., U. G. Randall and T. W. Stoker of Cam eron, Mo., formed a prospecting party here this week, looking for land suitable for diversified farming purposes. Dr. P. M. Rigdon. the well known opti cian of El Paso, will be here one day next month, at J. M. Clayton's. Glass fitting. Work guaranteed. 37-2t Jud Mitchell was up one day this week from Canadian. Constipation. Health is absolutely impossible, if constipation be present. Many serious cases of liver and kidney complaint have sprung from neg lected constipation. Such a de plorable condition is unnecessary. There is a cure for it. Herbine will 6peadily remedy matters. C. A. Lindsay, P. M., Bronson, Fla., writes. Feb. 12, 1902: "Having used Herbine, I find it a fine reme dy for constipation." 50c a bottle. Sold by L. O. Thompson & Bro. 36Ftf Stringfellow-Hume Hardware Compa ny has just received a car load of the well known Bain wagons. They need no in troduction to the purchaser as they are the best that can be bought. 38-2t T. W. King, A. B. Hoy and J. E. Con nell.allof Marshall. Mo., are here this week in the interest of land speculations. State Senator D. E. pecker is in the city this week, attending the district court. John B. Hawley. city eneineer of Fort Worth and chief engineer of the sewer construction just completed here, spent Wednesday here looking over the work. Fresh bulk and canned oysters daily at Schang's market. New location, phone 520. 3f!tf Champ Taylor from Plemons. spent the past two days in Amarillo, and reports that land in Hutchinson county is chang ing ownership right along, Mr. Taylor has the H. &. T. C. lands and the Turkey Track ranch, some of the best and lowest price lands in the Panhandle. Leave your orders for meat with A. H. Webster at the City Meat Market. 3S- It Try some of Webster's home made sau sage, it is delicious. 38-It Charles H. Storts, special agent of the Austin Fire Insurance Co., is in the city for a few days on business, from his home in Ft. Worth. Wanted to buy some calves or low priced cattle. Pike Stroud, Liveryman, South Polk street. 37tf A straight car of the celebrated Bain wagons have just been received by the Stringfellow-Hume Hardware Co. They are the acme of the wagon build ers art. 38-2t J. L. Shanklin, Deputy Grand Organ izer of the Eagles, came down from Dal hart Wednesday, to attend the grand ball and banquet given by the local aerie the same evening. Mr. Shanklin is at present interested in the organization of new aeries throughout the Panhandle and sections of Texas. W. Van Dyke, engineer on the Pecos Valley lines of the Santa Fe, is in Denver on a pleasure trip. WEDDING PRESENTS Fine American Cut Glass and Exquisrte Hand-Painted China. Have you seen the New Fad in Roman Crosses and Charms, at P. H.SEEWALDBMBS BE SMOOTH There is nothing more annoying than chapjieJ faces or hands. It would he simply awful to be two-faced and have them both chap, or to have a lot of hands either hired or borrowed and have them all rough up, wouldn't it? Hut you need not be annoyed another minute, use :: :: :: Roach's Violetta Cream Lotion It soothes, heals and softens the cuticles. It is the best lotion we have found on the market for rough and chapped skin. :: :: :: :: :: :: The Store where you find Every Need a First Class Drug Store Should Furnish to the Trade. E. R. Roach Drug Co Died at Home of Brother. At the home of his brother, Jno. Shehan, who conducts the Drake lodging house, at 202 Lincoln street, Wednesday evening oc curred the death of Mike Shehan Deceased came here from Child ress a short time ago, and previous to his removal here had been en gaged in the railroad business. He was 54 years old and unmarried. Funeral services were conducted from his brother's place of resi dence on Lincoln street, yesterday EdBallew Dangerously III. Ed Ballew who was in charge of the sewer inspection work here during the construction of the sys tem, is seriously ill at his home in Fort Worth with typhoid fever. Mr. Ballew returned to Ft. Worth several weeks ago and upon his arrival there, was immediately WANT ADS. (One cent a word for first insertion half a cent a word each insertion follow ing. Minimum charge 15 cents, payable in advance. For Sale fliscellaneous. FOR SALE Five room house, lot 150 by 150, fenced, on Fourteenth and Jack son. East front; out buildings, a bargain. J. S. Fox. 36-tf FOR SALE New, six room modern cottage, on the northwest corner of Hth and Harrison, Lighted throughout with electricity; city water; good barn and coal house. Lot 60 by 140 feet. Price reasonable. Apply next door. 3(tf SHEEP FOR SALE 370 good breed ing ewes. Several good Shropshire buck. W. P. Root. Phone 405. 3otf FOR SALEFine fruit farm, within one mile of Palestine, Texas, for land near Amarillo, or Amarillo property. R D. Gunn, Palestine, Tex. 34-8tp FOR SALE Twenty coming three-year-old mules at $75 each. James Logue Washburn, Texas. 5 l-8t stiicken with the fever. Reports from his bedside are to the effect that there is little hopes for re covery. After his departure and conse quent illness, the inspection work during the remaining period of con struction was taken charge of by engineer VonZulen and completed under his personal supervision. Irrigation Unnecessary. Astonished prospector (seeing the gutters full of water iccount past two days rain) "Why, do you irrigate rere? I understood the Panhandle was semi-arid coun try but did not irrigate!" Polite land man ' Oh we don't irrigate here. Don't need to. Had 27 inches rain fall so far this year." A. P. (Driving South on Polk st) "Why what is that great lake back of the church?" P. M. L. "Huh. That's Bank Jones private fishing reserve. Gid dap pie face." And they drove out of hearing. Miss Stella Mae Hare is the guest of friends in the city en route to her home in Wisconsin, from a visit to friends in Ros well. All orders receive prompt attention at the City Meat Market, Phone 87, A. H. Webster. 38-It J. D. Jordan of Quanah, was a'yisitor here this week. M. L. Armfield of McLean was here yesterday. Great Clearance Sale. "There's nothing to it, ourGreat Clearing Sale which begins next Monday will .be the greatest bar gain feast ever brought off by a merchant in Amarillo", said H. Joe Isaacs today in speaking of the big sale to be inaugurated Monday. Besides the regular employes at The Famous an additional corps of clerks haye been engaged for this sale and the store to-day is the busiest place in town everybody pulling down stock and making all preparations for the gorgeous dis play of the stock, all of which will be reduced in price. Mr. Isaacs says that nothing will be reserved and that everything in the store will come under the gen oral slash in prices. Don't fail to see Mousey & Saf ford's new line of fall and winter samples for your winter suit and overcoat at reduced prices. Bring your old clothes to be cleaned, scoured or repaired at reasonable prices. First door east of express office, 5th street. 37-at. afternoon at 4 o'clock, interment being made in the Amarillo cemetery. Alabamlans Here to Locate. J. L. Carruthers and C. 0. Har ris were in the city this week from their home in New Decatur, Ala. They are here for the purpose of making purchases in farming land and from all that they have seen are favorably impressed with the Panhandle country and especially Amarillo, During the continued rain yesterday Mr. Carruthers chided local citizens with reference to the dry and arid plains and even intimated that a fish hatchery might prove a success used in con nection with some of the streets. As soon as the weather will per mit Mr. Carruthers with Mr. Har ris will make a trip down over the south plains country as far as Plainview returning by way of Amarillo at which time they will reach a definite decision regarding purchases of Panhandle land. FOR SALE 12 room house near de pot Two lots, 60x140 House is suita ble for boarding or rooming house Will sell or trade for land D N Wright & Son 27tf Wanted Miscellaneous. For first-class dressmaking and teach ing Works ladies tailoring system, call on Miss Belle McElroy, 407 Harrison street. 30-4tp WANTED-T wo rooms, furnished com plete for light housekeeping, permanent location desired. Address, E. E. P., Lock Box M4. 37tf THE HERALD Clubs with all magazines and per iodicals. Before subscribing for any publication, write for our club bing rate and mention the publica tion you desire. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup snd Whooping Cough. WANTED Youns ladv to assist with light house-work and learn telegraphy. Address "Agents Wife," care this paper. WANTED Pupils to take lessons in Spanish. Also desire work as interpreter or Spanish correspondent. Annlv to James Warren, No. 1400, W. Corner 14th and Tyler. 38-ltp For Rent. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, at 100 Buchanan street. 38-2t To Pin You Down to any style or price is not our policy. We carry much a greater variety of Jewelry and prices have such a wide range, that there is no possibility that something suitable cannot be found. In Rings First quality Hungarian Opal 2 karat, oval shape, mounted in heavy 14-karat gold, $15.00. Heavy, solid gold, ladies ring, diamond center, surrounded by 6 fine opals, $ 12.00. New design in ladies rings, 3 diamonds surrounded by 12 pearls, $12.00. Diamond and genuine ruby ring, ladies or gents, Roman colored, very attractive and rich, $19,00. Opal center, 6 chip diamonds, $12.50. Ladies signet, your monogram engraved in Roman, plain polished, and rose gold finish, from $3.75 up. Gents signet, plain very heavy, from $fl.(KJ up. Our plain, gold, wedding rings are rec ognized as the very best, in 14 karat, 13 karat and 22 karat, four different styles from $3.50 to $12, at Jos. Astracan THE JEWELER. AMARILLO, TEXAS. Fine watch repairing, diamond setting, fine engraving, our specialty, Fruit and Vegetable Store. Delicious California Bell Flower Apples the choicest and best eating apple on the market. We carry everything found in a complete and well equip ped fruit and vegetable store. We have added a complete stock of Staple and Fancy Grocertes and will be pleased to have the orders from our friends and patrons. Fruits, Vegetables and Nuti. oopofeSj Teeter & Hundy CHOICE TEXAS LANDS IN BEST PORTION OF THE PANHANDLE Some bargains in farms and ranches, call on or address, SLAY & WILKERSON, Groom, Texas.