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r" THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD, TUESDAY DECEMBER 26, 1905 OUR JEWELRY " STANDARD BEST Our Gold Filled Chains Contain more Gold than others am! Kiifiraritei'd to ive Entire Satisfaction. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF DIAMOND S LOOSE OR MOUNTED FROM $18.00 to $280.00 Solid Gold LinK Buttons And heavy Gold Filled. Over 200 pairs to select from From $1.50 to $15.00 DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, CUT GLASS, SILVERWARE. JOS. ASTRACAN t Amarillo, Texas Local News Items DR. ALBERT J. CALDWELL, Specialist, on diseases of Kye.Kar, Nose, and Throat. Suite 9, Carson Bldg. IIours9 to 12 a. tn., 2 to 6p.m. Leslie Tinsley spent Sunday here from Palhart, A R Rude was a Claude visitor In Ama rillo yesterday. Scott Stringfellow of Hereford, spent Sunday here the truest of friends and rel atives. S T McCullough was down from Chan ning Sunday. J H Templeton and H W Gragg repre sented Shamrock among the out of town visitors here this week. Tate LeMond is spending the holidays with his mother and sister at Ft. Worth B B Hayden left yesterday for Dallas, where he will spend some weeks on busi ness. All kinds of home made sausages at Q. Schang's. Telephone o20. 4-tf R A Sowder was a guest here last week from Canyon. F M Ray was here Sundav from Chilli cothe. J W McGee. W E Huling and Luther Hilling are Missouri visitors here this week from Kearney. J T Caute and W H Donaldson were Canyon visitors here Saturday night. R H Sanford of McLean, spent Sunday here. R B Gist is indisposed this week suffer ing from an at'.act of grippe. Try Webster's home cured breakfast bacon. For sale at the City Meat Mark et. 45-tf Fresh Oregon Salmons at Q. Schang's Market. 4.stf Jerry Keeney and wife left Saturday evening for a stay of some weeks at the old home in Moline, 111. Miss Minnie Griffin left Thursday eve ning for Chicago, and may possibly not return to the city. J N Stannard of Eastlake, Wis., is vis iting in the city for a few davs, as the guest of his old friend, Henry Keene, and family. Miss Louise Hastings and little niece, Margery Phillips, left Saturday evening for a visit with relatives near Woodward, Oklahoma. Tom Warren left Saturday evening for a stay of a couple of weeks with his mother at El Paso, and with a sister at Alamogordo, N. M. Mr and Mrs Jno Lerman and daughter of LaFayette, Ind are spending the winter with Mr and Mrs Chas Cramer. Chas Cramer, who was injured last October while at work in the Santa Fe round-house is able to be out, though he says that it will be some time yet before he will be capable of doing any hard work. Mrs Will McCullough of Dallas, is pending the holidays with her parents, Mr and Mrs A M Potter, at their country home. 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. 4litf 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 is BRACELETS AND ABSOLUTELY THE We have just received a splendid line of Carmen and Nether sole Bracelets, the latest novelties. Stone set and Beautiful in every way. SEE THEM IN OUR SHOW WINDOW P. H.SEEWALDHU2IS "ir IT'S FROM SEEWALD'5 IT'S CORRECT." SOLID GOLD CHAINS For Ladies and Gentle men, from $9.00 to $30.00 OUR LINE OF GOLD FILLED LocKets and Charms Is the largest and best. Plain, chased and stone set. From $1.50 to $5.00 II WATCH Our assortment and prices before buying a WATCH Boarders WantedIn well furnished, steam heated house, table supplied best the market affords. Rates reasonable. Phone 331-3 rings. 5 1 -2t Mr and Mrs Drew Crossett entertained the following with a Christmas dinner yesterday: Mr and Mrs A M Potter and son Paul, Mr and Mrs Linnie Lyles, J S Dryden and daughted, Miss Grace, and Mesdames Tat? LeMond, Reed Potter and Will McCiillohgtj; ' Mrs Miller of Venus, is the guest for a short time of her parents Mr and Mrs J W Berkley on 508 Harrison street. Df T A Xa11b nA familu wont HnvAn r IUI ii i n oils aim iuiiikj ..w..w to Memphis Saturday evening to pass the l i 1 i rn.- noiiaays wun nome iuiks. Prof and Mrs C S Quigley are spend ing the holidays with relatives near Mem phis, Mrs J I Kendr ck left Saturday even ing for Waco, where she will attend the sixtyieth marriage anniversary of her parents, which occurs at that point on Christmas day. LC Garrett and family left Saturday evening for a holiday visit at the old home at Lone Mountain. Tex. This is the first trip back to the old homestead in twenty years, and is to be marked by a general family reunion, at which it is expected that upwards of 150 will be present. Leave your order for Christmas turkeys either dressed or on foot, at Q. Schang's Market, phone 520. 4tf Dr. Albert Caldwell's Amarillo office will be closed on Wednesday and Thurs day of each week. 23tf Mrs Louis Zeitz of El l'aso, who had on exhibition last week at the Famous, a collection of very fine Angora cats, is vis iting friends this week in the country. She asks that anyone interested in the purchase of an Angora cat to communi cate with her through the general delivery E A Cartwright departed the latter part of last week for a month's trip to various Texas cities. Mr Cartwright who is interested in the sale of a large tract of land owned by his father and himself nsar this city, announced before his de parture that for the present the land had been taken off or the market. Rev W A Erwin will leave Friday for Ada. I. T., where he goes to assist Rev. P M Fitzgerald, the evangel st of Arlington, Texas, in a revival meeting. Miss Nora Nunn is spending the holi days in Fort Worth, visiting friends. She will return about Jan. 4. A varied assortment of lineoleum and matting of every shade and pattern at greatly reduced prices, at S P McKinney & Company's. 45tf Axminister rugs of every size and dis cription at lowest prices, at the S P Mc Kinney Furniture Co. 45tf 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 Fred Rosater and family left Saturday evening for a visit with relatives at Co sicana, and before returning will stop for a time at Corpus Christi and other ex treme Southern points. J T Mellish, who lives in the Dumas country, has the honor of bringing the largest turkey to the citv. that has prob ably ever been marketed in the country. The monster weighed dressed thirty-one pounds, and was sent to the Odd Fellows' orphan home. Col. Cicero Walling and sons were in from their ranch in Deaf Smith county Friday and Saturday, doing their Christ mas shopping, and to meet their daughter and sister, Miss Mary, on her way home from the Ursuline convent school at Houston. The night school at Amarillo Business College, is a paying proposition to the young man or woman who is engaged during the day. 21tf COLLARETTES NEWEST TI1HNGS LocKets and Charms In Solid Gold, plain Roman Gold. Some set with DIAMONDS and other precious stones RINGS I'lain Ivxtra Heavy, chased, signet, and jjreat variety of stone set. The largest stock of RINGS in the City ANY THING IN SILVERWARE You want? Coma and see us. Wa have a good lina ol different pieces and you will find what YOU WANT, For sale or trade-One 2 ' horse power gasoline engine. Enquire of A. H. Web ster at the City Meat Market. 45tf C C Andrews, editor of the Van Al styne Leader, accompanied by his wife are here for the holidays, the guests of Mr and Mrs C C Loving, 510 Harrison street. 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 inc 1 tides everything carried in an up-to-date drug store. E. R, Roach Drug Co. 5th and PolK. Telephone No. 1. Louis James Douglass. Died at the family residence, 810 Buchanan, Monday, Louis James Douglass, aged 2 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. JDodglass. Funeral services will be held from the fami ly residence this afternoon at 5 o'clock, interment in Amarillo cemetery. Buys Land Near Dalhart. V. G. Montgomery of Pendleton, Oregon, has purchased something like eight sections of Tanhand'e land, a large portion of which is situated in the Dalhart country! For the present Mr. Montgomery will hold this land as a specula tion. For Young Men. Lord Melbourne said: "Young men should never hear any other language than this: "You have your own way to make, and it de pends upon your own exertions whether you succeed or fail." Any observer knows that the boy who has his life planned for him and the rough places made smooth with out any exertion on his part, is apt to be indolent, discontented and incompetent. This is the kind of boy, when fortune fails him, who takes up the idea that the world owes him a living, and waits for 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 STAR RESTAURANT Uodtr tho ktoaagomoat of MRS. ALICE SIMPSON. Regular Meals and Short Orders. 2nd Door Eutt of Post Off loo, his supposed inheritance. There are times in the life of both boys and men, when they think if they had the chance they could do great things. The way to have the chance is to make it. Op portunity does not come to us her alded by trumpet and drum, and greatness is seldom thrust upon us, though men have achieved success through influential friends, or by the pushing of great talents; but the majority achieve it by a com bination poverty; ambition, hard work and determination. The hard road is the sure road, the rength of mind, as of muscle, is only to be had by persistent exer cise and steady training. The true meaning of success is not to accu mulate wealth, or gain the applause of the multitude the majority of whom shout only because they hear the shouting of others. A truly great men wishes to stand pre eminent for something higher than money or notoriety. One to be really successful in the higher meaning of the word, must be hard, earnest worker, and must expect to take the knocks and buffeting he is sure to get from meaner, envious spirits. Modest merit is not necessarily overlooked, but merit, to be recognized, and to gain the reward it deserves, must xert itself to find it: it must not fail through inactivity, neglect of opportunity, or untrained abilities. it must not hold back to be sought but should "let its light shine," and hold itself readv at all times to make the most of whatever ad vancement comes in its way. For ward and impudent men are not preferred above retiring merit, but t often happens that men of infer ior abilities are prompt and active n grasping opportunities, where superior merit holds itself in the ackground. "A barkinc dotr is often more useful than a sleeping lion, and his presence is surely better known. CANDIES, COCOA AND CHOCOLATES. 0E REASON WM-C&tu&rif PRODI CI. s MAINTAIN THEIR POriLAKITY V.iiT. TIS'V. WHO DEMAND THE 315TCC0DS S T!L'w "CUtatfry iTAMiWD OF (J. V.iTY IS SEVER I)l,I.rU) IN" ORDER TO JOIN TI E !?! Km U. '. 'TV. At Elliott's Confectionery. firs. Susan Cook. Sunday eyening at the fami'y residence, the old A. H. Webster place, two miles north of town oc- cured the death of Mrs. Susan Cook, death resulting from tuber- locosis. Deceased was 23 years of age and with her husband re moved here from Stokes County, North Carolina, seven weeks ago. She is survived by a husband, S. D. Cook, and infant child. Funeral services were conducted from the Baptist church at 3 o'clock this afternorn, interment being made in Amarillo cemetery. Klean Kandy Kitchen... The 2 lbs of candy were awarded to Kmmctt' McKinney for the most suitable name for our candy kitchen. ...Klean Kandy Kitchen A. i A. Special We have added a nice line of Gent's Furnishings to our : already successful tailoring. This line has been added without any extra expense of rent, taxes or clerk hire, and for the Quality of the COOdS our prices will be right. jR.o Io i.o Tailoring and Cent 's Furnishings. First door cast postoffice. or ) (vs. vouauty r Vquaktity The perfect Is found only on the Williams No. ,6, The Perfect Typewriter. A Easy terms Jofira Ha irk In the Cain Block. Canadian bridge election Jan uary 2. Clean Cotton Rag's wanted at The Herald office. STAR RESTAURANT, Under the Management of MRS. ALICE SIMPSON. Regular Meals and Short orders. tad Door tut of P. O. STI A complete line of up-to-date lllU'Ov3 tories at reasonable prices. Up-to-date Stetson or Hats in any style, shape or col or you may want. : : : Shirts UNION SHOE STORE E. D. GREEN, Prop. 1 paper feed A r i 1 1 00 if you like. o J Herald and Farm & Ranch. The Herald one year and Farm & Ranch six months, for one dol lar. TELEPHONES FOR FARMERS' LINE, Buy from ths manufacturer. Build your own lines. Book ol instruc tion! tor 10c in stamps. THE NORTH ELECTRIC CO. 201 Pacinc-ay. Dallas, Texas Beaver Tf 1 e ( Ir? Of ail kinds and patterns, 'cut to fit and fit to wear.' ' Collars and Ties that are up-to-date Gent's Furnishings of all kinds at the 510 Polk Street.