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THE fWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1905
We wish to remind those who have been delayed in making their Christmas purchases that we still have ample selections of suitable holiday gifts. It is true the assortments become more broken each day, but nevertheless we still have a goodly showing. Make your purchases here where you get the best obtainable for the money, where you will have the largest stocks to select from, and at a price lower than elsewhere. Remember that anything you buy here, such as Hats, Gloves, etc., where sizes play a part, and you find that you have a misfit, we will gladly exchange for you after the holidays. m iMwaroia' urn . We have a beautiful line of Fancy Bedroom and House 1 B c avc somc g00c numers n hse California Blankets Slippers, for both Ladies and Gentlemen, that make, very ac- JL 11 C W A O fY S rom amous Mission Mills of California. ceptable gifts. 1 1 J cL) VVjLOY J V 1 A Pair of thesc BIankes for a gift would be a very wise Ask to see them. w w s o g setectjon OUR IMMIvXSK SHOWING OK MKN'S GIFTS If you are looking for something for a man, THINGS THK LA I) IKS UKK TO ITAVK GIVEN TO THEM. -There are so many things to this is the place to come, for we are showing a larger ami more varied line of men's gifts than ever be- come under this head we could not possibly enumerate them all. We quote a few: Ready-made suits and fore. Beautiful neckwear in every style from the plain Midget to the finest Imperialsand English squares, coats. Furs all kinds, from the cheap wolf pelt to the finest Japanese minx. ' Silk shawls, gold-handled at all prices. Fancy hose, mufflers and gloves. Fancy suspenders put up in individual boxes. Pretty parasols, fancy purses and wrist bags, fancy band garters, fancy collars, ties, gloves, handkerchiefs, fancy handkerchiefs, put up in the new Art Noveau boxes. Shirts, hats, caps, bath robes, smoking jackets, waists, comb and brush sets, manicure sets, fancy hose, fascinators and sweaters. Gold necklaces, gold lounging robes, fancv vests sweaters, gold cuff buttons, stick pins, traveling bags, suit cases, and lots collars, stick pins, hat pins, pendants, waist sets, gold mounted back combs, also side combs. If you of other things always appreciated by the men. . will give us some of your time we will show you these and lots of others not mentioned here. Gut store xovW n ovfc a Wve VaVatxc 0 WusxneeV, as VaU as Viow wanta U ccssax, T?oxnxV&y Siovwv$ CewUv. fi it iimiim tt lias But rT 1 m A nrv And That UUK JCWCLKY e 3IA1UAKU Is The BEST Our Gold Filled Chains Contain more Gold than others and KuaraiiteiMl to ive Entire Satisfaction. SOLID GOLD CHAINS For I,adii-s and Gentle men, from $9.00 to $30.00 LocKets and Charms In Solid Gold, plain Roman Gold. Some set with DIAMONDS and other precious stones A FINE ASSORTMENT OF DIAMOND St LOOSE OR MOUNTED FROM $18.00 to $280.00 OUR LINE OF GOLD FILLED LocKets and Charms Is the largest and hest. I'lain, chased and stone set. From $1.50 to $5.00 RINGS I'lain Kxtra Heavy, chased, signet, and great variety of stone set. The largest stock of RINGS in the City Solid Gold LinK Buttons And heavy Gold Filled. Over 2o pairs to select from From $1.50 to $15.00 WATCH Our assortment and .prices hefore buying a WATCH ANY THING IN SILVERWARE You want? Come and see us. We have a good line of different pieces and you will find what YOU WANT. DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, CUT GLASS, SILVERWARE. JOS. ASTRACAN.IteILas B3 Local News Items DR. ALBERT J. CALDWELL, Specialist, on diseases of Kye.Kar, Nose, and Throat. Suite 9, Carson Bldg. Hoursc; toi2 a. m., 2 to 6p.m. at The City 60-lt C R Slag is here from Groom. When all others faill try the A A A Man. W T Lester of Canyon City is in the city today. All kinds of home made sausages at Q. Schang's. Telephone f20. 4-tf Miss Jewell Patterson is at home for the holidays. Get your Xmas turkeys Meat Market. G W Veohl of Childress, is visiting his daughter, Mrs Moso Aston. A largo stock of imported, hand painted China at 0. M. Eakle's. 60-lt C D Cyrus of Silverton, was a business visitor in the city thin week. A nice line of suit cases, tolescopes and hand bags at J M CUyton's. 4(itf Miss Lilly Morrow is visiting friends at Erick, Okla., for a week or two. "Give me another one" sounds good to us, and we hear it ofton for A A A Suits. AAA Man. 47-tf James Weidsel was among the Cana dian visitors in Amarillo this week. Try Webster's home cured breakfast bacon. For salo at the City Meat Mark et. 45-tf C H Harold of Clarendon, was in the city yesterday and today on business. Fresh Oregon Salmons at Q. Schang's Market. 4Stf V H Scott, of Portalas. was In the city yesterday and today on legal business. New shipment of newest records for graphophonos received at J M Clayton's 49-2t "Will Forbes went to Houston yesterday to remain until after the first of the year. Earl Thompson of the ZV ranch is the guest of Terry Thompson at the Ama rillo. Watch the AAA Man's advertising and profit thereby. The S P McKinney Furniture Co., is offering many bargains in their display of furniture. 45-tf Miss Saufley returned to Bowie yes terday after a two week's visit to Miss McDade. v Christmas toys and musical instruments of all discretions at J M Clayton's. 49-2t A H Webster is killing some choice heifors of his own raising for the Market. .10-It A complete picture framing department in connection with the furniture store of O. M.Eakle. ;10-lt Chas. Merrett has bought one-half in terest in the Schultz barber shop near the depot. AAA quality in gents furnishings at the A A A Man's. J N Stone of Memphis, is in the city to remain until after the holidays visiting with friends. A varied assortment of lineoleum and matting of every shade and pattern at greatly reduced prices, at S P McKinney & Company's. 45tf The Elks are planning for a Christmas reception which will be in the club rooms Monday evening. Axministor rugs of every size and dis cription at lowest prices, at the S P Mc Kinney Furniture Co. 45tf Miss Sue Gillis of Wellington, Kan., is a visitor in the family of her brother, John Gillis, for a few days. See J M Clayton for beautiful novel ties in fancy china and queens ware. 40-tf 1'red Morris and family went down to Roswell this morning to visit with old frionds over Christmas. The way to obtain promotion is to pre pare for it. Secure a sholarship in the Amarillo Business College, and thereby secure a higher promotion. 4(itf C P Steinagle. of Iowa Park, is in the city for & few days on land and cattle business and visiting old friends. BRACELETS AND COLLARETTES ABSOLUTELY THE NEWEST THHNGS We have just received a splendid line of Carmen and Nether sole Bracelets, the latest novelties. Stone set and Ueautiful in every way. SEE THEM IN OUR SHOW WINDOW P. H.SEEWALD THE JEWELER ir IT'S FROM SEEWALD'J IT'S CORRECT." Miss Rebecca Small departed last night tor an extensive visit to relatives in Alabama. Close, cool prices for new goods AAA gents furnishings. A very attractive display of pictures may be found at J. M. Clayton's 4(itf H L Hnll, with the Ewing-Merkel Electric Co. of St Louis, is the guest for a few days of B R Webb, Jr. Home made bacon, corned beef, dried betf, sausage and lard at The City Meat Market. ;")-1 1 Mrs Edith Hutchinson of Meosho. Mo., is the guest for the holidays of the family of her brother, A L Conwell. Leave your order for Christmas turkeys either dressed or on foot, at Q. Schang' s Market, phone 520. 48tf A S and A D Hardin and Mrs Mason of West Virginia, are the guest during the holidays of Mr and Mrs Mose Aston. Dr. Albert Caldwell's Amarillo office will be closed on Wednesday and Thurs day of each week. 23tf Mrs H Reed Potter of Little Rock. Ark., arrived' today to spend the Xmas holidays with Mr and Mrs A M Potter at Woyd lawn. Chinaware, glassware and novelty china for Xmas gifts at J M Clayton's. 49-2t S L Neighbors, Commanche County, is in the city today looking around with a view of making investments in farming lands. In the world's broad field of commerce, In the hustle and the fight, There is always room above you, If you learn to fill it right. By acquiring all your knowledge At Amarillo Business College. 46tf SOUVENIR CHINA! We have just received nn exquisite assortment of chocolate sets, tens, coffees, crenms, cake plates, etc. 15c up Kvery piece with a photograph of some familiar Atnarillo scene, beautifully done. JUST THE THING FOR CHRISTMAS 5"?e FAIR MISS lir.LLEN THOMPSON, Prop. 3rd Door Mast of Tost Office. Mrs W A McClintock, of Ft Scott, Ark arrived in the c ty last night for a short stay preparatory to leaving for Long beach, Calif. AAA suits are winners. J ry one on us. A A A Man. The Santa Fe yesterday arrived from the east in three sections, each train be ing loaded and crowded with homeseekers and prospectors. A large line of iron toys for Xmas presents at J M Clayton's. 4(itf D J Donaldson and wife loft last even ing for a holiday visit with the old home folks at Gallatin, Mo. They will be gone a couple of weeks. Use home products. Buy your meats of A H Webster, who offers home-raised and made products. 50-lt C D Boyles returned last night from his old home at Davis, 111., whither he had gone to point the way to Canaan for a number of his old nieghbors.; No bargain sale Koods here, everything new, nobby, clean A A A quality at A A A Man's. Handsome selected line of novelty jewel ry, just the thing for Xmas presents. Fully guaranteed and from the best man ufacturers in the business. The Square Deal House. 321 Taylor street. 49-2t How do the Modern Woodmen rate, with their eiht and nine assessments a year, compare with other insurance so cieties? Why not investigate before go ing further, if you will do this there is only one way to decide; you will join the M W A. Get in now and be a charter member. Musical instruments, chinaware, lap robes, sewing machines and everything carried in an up-to-date department store may be found at J(M Clayton's. 4itf NOBODY SEEMS ANXIOUS To put on the shoes of the Man of the Hour in Russia. Our anxiety to sell and to please you never induces us to try to talk you into buying something which you do not need. We now have our array of Holi day Presents in shape for your in spection, which includes everything carried in an up-to-date drug store. E. R, Roach Drug Co. 5th and PolK. Telephone No. 1. H C Shrimp of Colorado Springs, a prominent financier and director in the Western Land & Immigration Co., of this city is here this week on business. Watch for our New Year's announce ment. AAA Man. f All trains reaching the citv in the rjast forty-eight hours have been late in vari ous degrees, owing to the heavy passen ger traffic and the snowfall, which has been just sufficient to make traction difficult. For sale or trade-One 2k horse power gasoline engine. Enquire or A. H. Web ster at the City Meat Market. 45tf T W Barnes, the faithful clerk of Ala mosa Camp, WOW, left yesterday for a visit with home folks back in Arkansas. His clerical work will be looked after in his absence by the A A A Man, whose place of business is the first door east of the postoffice. Scissors, knives and many useful arti cles in the hardware line at greatly reduc ed prices, at the S P McKinney Furniture Co. 41tf . John Keene, traveling passenger agent of the Northern Pacific, was an interest ing visitor to the city yesterday, leaving for Dalhart and Colorado points this morning. This was his first visit to the city in many years, and he was greatly surprised at the development which has taken place. The night school at Amarillo Business College, is a paying proposition to the young man or woman who is engaged" during the day. 21tf THE BIRD'S CAROL. Christmas Entertainment at the Fillmore Street Presbyte rian Church. The Christinas entertainment will take place Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. The admission is one sound potato, and any other gift that one may desire to make. Cast off clothing will be sent to the Mountain Mission at Barnard, N.C. Groceries will be distributed to the needy of Amarillo. The program will be as follows: The Ruggles' Dinner party, a sketch from The Bird's Christmas Carol, by Kate Douglas Wiggin. Introductory Reading, Mrs. Hrady Mrs. Rubles Miss Iva Nobles Sarah Maud Carrie Cmininuliain I'eter Krnest Thompson Susan Camelle Roijuemore Kitty Johnnie Whita l'eor'ia Mollie Clayton Cornelius Jaok I'earson Clement Leslie Nobles I'.ily Florence Zimmerman Larry Jeff Neely Christmas tree and distribution of presents to children. 1 nere will oe runuay services as follows: Preaching at 1 1 a. m. and 7:15 p.m. Morning subject: "Jesus an Historical Person," livening subject: " God's Great Gift to Man." Junior C. Ii. at 3 p. m. Y. P. S. C. Ii. at 6 p. m. vSpecial music. A cordial invitation is ex tended to all. S T Brosee, a prominent breeder of Hereford cattle, of Watseka. III., accom panied by his wife is in the city. Mr Brosee came here for his wife's health but is greatly impressed with the Can handle country at any rate enough to make an investment or a section near Bovina, adjoining the Campbell Experi mental farm. ine b v McKinney furniture Co. is awarding many handsome prizes upon their clock contest. See them for partic ulars. 4fltf Thomas Carson, owner of the Carson building, and one of the familiar men about town, has returned from a trip of five or six months abroad, most of the time being spent in his ain countrie, Scot land, though he also visited many points on the continent. Mr Carson is glad to get back to the Panhandle, and has been given an enthusiastic welcome by his friends in Amarillo. USE YOUR BRAINS, a booklet that tells how we co-operate and help build up a fine paying real estate business. It's free, write EOF Walford, Dallas, Texas. 49-2t or .QUALITY, ' QUAUTY kQimmTY. CANDIES, COCOA AND CHOCOLATES. OMIIEASON WHY 0 rccri't MAINTAIN TIIC1G POri'LUtlTY KimTOSB WI0 DDIANDTIIE DHSTGCODS IS 7IUT &yfry S7.vD.ujDorr;:'.U7Y is xnvnR lowered v: rixa to join t::: hac to ou'.wtty At Elliott's Confectionery. STAR RESTAURANT, Under the Management of MRS. ALICE SIMPSON. Regular Meals and Short orders. 2nd Door tut of P. O. The man behind the gun wins the bat tles on the sea. The man behind the pen wins the battles on the land. Send for new illustrated catalogue of the Amarillo Business College. 4Utf The homeseeker's excursion to the Pe cos Valloy yesterday broke all previous records. The train reached here last night at 9 o'clock, consisting of thirteen coaches and the necessary baggage cars, sixteen cars in all, and is said to have boon the heaviost passenger train ever hauled over the Southern Kansas. After a short stop here the train went on down into the valley. Clear thinking, decisive action, vim and vigor of body and mind, the sparkle of life, comes to all who use Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea. 35 cents. Tea or Tab lets. E. R. Roach Drug Co. 44-lm A Christmas Suggestion! Take a look at the giant values which we are offering in Clothing at dwarfed prices. The money sav enjoyinent is delightfully refresh ing just now when so much cash is needed for the other things. Tomorrow will be your last day to take advantage of our exception al Xtnas Bargains. Everything Desirable for Xmas Pvesents. The Famous Shoes A complete lineof up-to-date Shoes from the very best fac tories at reasonable prices. Up-to-date Stetson or Beaver Hats in any style, shape orcol or you may want. : : i ; Hals Shirts 2 Of all kinds and patterns. cut to fit and fit to wear.' ' Collars and Tics that are up-to-date Gent's Furnishings of all kinds at the UNION SHOE STORE 12. D. GREEN, Prop. 5IO Polk Street.