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D THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, TUDSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1906 5 Local News Items DR. ALBERT J. CALDWELL, Specialist, on diseases of Kye.IJar, Nose, and Throat. Suite 9, Carson Bldg. Hours 9 to 12 a. in., 2 to 6 p.m. Miss Addie Irick. of Plainview, is the puest of Mr. and M.s. J. L. Blake, on Taylor Street. Bryans Commoner day is February 24, Everybody can get it then at 00 cents a year. Don't miss the chance. For Rent the W B Root place See A M Works 15 It. Hats for the most exacting, in a beauti ful showing at the A A A man's. 15-1 1 Hear Prof J Patton's Challenge Military band with the Honolulu Minstrels at Am arillo opera house Wednesday Feb, 28 The AAA man has a complete and well assorted line of the latest shapes and patterns in spring and summer hats 15 1 1 Major G T Jourdan, of the Salvation Army, occupied the pulpit at the Christian church Sunday, at the morning service, and at the Methodist church in the even ing He spoke to a large attendance last night in the court house on South Africa, where he was located fourteen years in the interest of the work he is now en gaged in Major Jordan has a good de livery, tells an interesting story and his talks are highly interesting The W B Root place for rent by A M Works 15. it Mr. and Mrs. L. C McLaughlin, of 702 Pierce Street, are entertaining a new son, born to them last Thursday. Dr. Albert Caldwell's Amarillo office will be closed on Wednesday and Thurs day of each week. 2 Stf There willl be a called meeting of the Mother's Club this afternoon at four o'clock at the high school building, to make final arrangements for the oyster supper to be given Saturday night. The best 6c cigar in town, HENRY CLAY, at Gosser's. H-2t The Ladies' Home Missionary Society of the Methodistchurch, will give a colonial tea at the home of Mrs. H. H.Cooper. 809 Van Buren Street, from three to eicht o'clock, p. m. Friday February 23. Re freshments will be served at the small cost of 1 5 cents. A large attendance will be made welcome. The night school at Amarillo Business College, is a paying proposition to the young man or woman who is engaged during the day. 21tf Have vou been betrayed by promises of quacks, swallowed pills and bottled medicines without re sults except a damaged stomach. To those we offer Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 25 cents. E. R. Roach Drug Co. 10-1 m Big Money In Grain. J. B. Wozencraft of Rowe, Texas says the winter has beeh mild in that part of the Panhandle country, and that stock has wintered well. Late in the fall heavy rains dam aged the winter grass somewhat, but with no bad storms through the winter, stock has not suffered. Mr. Wozencraft is an old Texan, but has been a resident of the Pan handle country but about three years. In that short space of time he has been taking up farming along with stock raising and finds the two lines going along very well together. He says that aged steers are scarce in Donley ccunty, and that cattle are fewer in number than they were when he went there three years ago. "But when it comes to farming" said Mr. Wozencraft, "that coun try beats the world. All kinds of grain are being raised there, and with this increase in farming there is an increase in the amount of rain and moisture in the country. Last year I raised cotton that made $36 to the acre without seed, which is worth about $6 an acre. We gen erally count the seed for the gin ning, as it just about pays that. So that after my crop was ginned, I had ,$36 an acre left. That is certainly hard to beat 011 any kind of land in any country. In addi tion to the big crop of cotton, I raised 1 ,500 bushels of good corn on my ranch. Besides these crops I raised kalhr corn, cane and other feed crops. The cotton is especially adapted to that country, and with one rain after the plant starts to grow, it will make a good crop This kind of farming on cheap land is certainly ahead of anything that can be found any place, and is bound to make one country the best in the whole southwest." Drovers Journal. Bring us your Kaffir Corn and riilo Tlaize. The Southern Broker age Co. 15-4 1 fliiENSflflllglfi House M t nfnpi la ib bWhwMt. All the litwi atrrba, waitae. et , HALF PRICE. 4ilpubMUM FU.r. VI, llM OullAM W buiau Kif?ihlnf HutlMl Writo In MttUp uid prim b,t of 014 TIm twin "run, UKO. 1LLKN. HAM ANHKU), TUX AH. A NEW OPTICIAN We have secured the services of Mr. Wade Hampton, a Practical Optician of wide experience. We are in a posi tion now to test your eyes and have them properly fitted with glasses if necessary. Our guarantee stands behind the work and this is enough said. JOS. ASTRACAN, j X5he EWELER. Repairing, Diamond Setting and Fine Engraving our Specialty. 2E That All Wool Feeling. It is not worth so much after all to say that a piece . of cloth is all wool, unless it is FINK WOOL. You ' would be surprised at the difference in feeling of goods exactly alike in appearance both pieces called ALL WOOL, yet no comparison in feeling. You will find this FINK WOOL FKKLING more dis tinct in Woolley's Woolens than any line on the market, and the A. A. A. way of making up these Woolens is the best obtainable, which is proven by a long list of the best customers in the Panhandle. M. Horn & Co. Suits, $11.75 to$33-5o. Lamm & Co. Suits $15.50 to $41.00. A. A. A. Suits $12.50 to $39.75. Men's Furnishings and Individual Tailoring. A. A. A. MAN, 1st Door E. P. 0. Phone 303. P. O. Box 367 P. M. SEEWALD, THE JEWELER For City marshal. W. F. Cobb makes formal an nouncement of his candidacy for the office of city marshal in this issue of the Herald, and in pre senting himself as a candidate for this important office, asks the con sideration of the voters of the city in his behalf. Mr. Cobb bears a high reputation as a peace officer having served in the capacities of both deputy sheriff and constable at various times during the past seven years. He has resided in Potter county and Amarillo for eleven years past and hardly needs any introduction in offering his name for the office to which he announces. He has proven him self a straightforward and efficient officer and if elected will no doubt make an excellent official in the capacity of city marshal. In selecting a new hat, bear in mind the fact, that the AAA man has all of the latest styles and shapes in up-to-date hats 15-1 t A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Edward Lane last Saturday Mr and Mrs Lane are visiting Mrs James Hutchinson, Mrs Lane s mother FURNISHED ROOMS For rent, close n 801 Polk Street' 15-ltp THE PUBLIC "The democratic teach er of the teachers," now a dollar a year, Sets a copy, at Baker's 15-tf WANTED A few thousand bnshels of Kaffir Corn and Milo Maize. The Southern Brokerage Co. Amarillo, Texas- 15-4 t. Q.oof .c.c'o.c'C.c4'o(.c")ot0 ft WAMTPH i 6 A T-- .1 c a 1 - A i u ui mice iiiui k jiuucuis . . . in 5panish . ' . . JAMES WARREN, 200 East 8th, Corner Taylor. ft ft A 0-0-C0-"C.H3.-'-C"0'0 IP? There's something doing in Washington THIS MONTH, and there's Something Doing Our Store Always. This week we are showing a particularly strong line of NEW and POPULAR Copyright Books. Here is a few of the latest ones: The Delilor fi 50 The Cast 1 50 The Millionaire Baby 1 50 Celibates Club 1 50 Hearts Haven 1 50 The Delude 1 j0 In the llishop's Carriage I 50 The House of Mirth 1 50 The Masqueraders 1 50 The Lion Skin 1 50 Beverly of Oraustark 1 50 Ayesua 1 50 Charles, the Chauffeur 1 00 The Prosjiector 1 50 lneltiuue 1 50 Old Lim Jucklin 1 50 The Return of Sherlock Holmes ., 1 50 The Social Secretary 1 50 The l'lmti Tree 1 50 The Man of the Hour 1 50 Speculation of John Steel 1 50 The Gambler 1 50 The Constance Trescot 1 50 Hearts and Masks 1 50 A Sword of the Old Frontier 1 50 The Conquest of Canaan 1 50 Wood Fire in No. 3 1 50 The Weak Princess 1 50 A Daughter of the South 1 50 Double Harness 1 50 The Clansman .'. 1 50 Nedra 1 50 My Friend the Chauffeur 1 50 The House of a Thousand Candles r 50 E, R. ROACH DRUG GO. Phone I. Polk and 5th Streets. HOLLISTER'S Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Buiy Medicine tor Busy Peopl. Bring Ooldwi Health uid Ktmmi VlfOf, A tpMlflo for Constipation, Indication, Ltror tnd KUIndy trouble!. Hmplott, Eorftnn. Impure Bloat, Uad Itreath, SlupirlKh Ilowcli. Heuducbe tnd Uacktche. It Hooky Mountain Te In tab let form, ait oenu box. Ornulne made by Uomjiiteb Dbuo Compart. JdadUoa, Wla. 80LQEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE FIR. T IF iOME HAVE YOU USED YOUR HOME STEAD RIGHT? 160 Acres of Free Land to All Over 21 Years of Age HAS THIS Opportunity been offered you before? If not take advantage of it now, come to Roosevelt County, where you can file on 160 acres of as fine land as there is in New Mexico, and where crops grow in abundance without irrigation, such as: Corn 40 bushels per acre; Milo Maize and Kaffir Corn 30 buchels per acre, and Oats, Wheat, Alfalfa, Millet and all kinds of Vine Products grow in abundance. ROOSEVELT COUNTY is located on the Pecos Valley and Northeastern Rail way, U6 miles south of Amarillo, Texas, and in what is known as the "Inland Valley' This valley runs entirely across the county and is from Five to Thirty miles wide, and anywhere in the valley non-alkali water can be had in inexhaustable quantities at a depth of from JO to 100 feet, and the land is the richest of any part of the Territory. IN THE PAST four years there have been over 3000 homesteads settled on and are now being cultivated, and are all making the best of crops and doing so without the means of irrigation. PORT ALES, the county seat of Roosevelt, County, is located about the center of the county on the Pecos Valley and Northeastern Railway, and has a population of 1600 people. Has three good church buildings, a good school building, with a daily attendance of 450 pupils. The bonds have been voted for a new $11, 000 school building and work on it will begin in March. An artificial stone manufacturing plant, now in operation. Anew $15,000 court house just completed, $7,000 jail, two National Banks and a fran chise has just been granted for an Electric Light Plant, and deal just closed to erect an up-to-date cotton gin and corn elevator in connection. Openings for good business of any kind to Live Business men. If you are looking for a home in a healthy country, and where lands are cheap, don't fail to visit Roosevelt County before you locate. Vacant land, subject to homestead entry can be found from 10 to 15 miles from the county seat, and there is also some deeded land in the county for sale at prices from $5.00 to $12.50 per acre, owing to location and improvement. r COt'KT HorSK, I'OKTAl.liS, KOOSI'VKI.T ftH NTV, NKW Ml'VKO A SPECIAL SALE of ail unsold lots hythe Portalcs Townsite ani Investment Company, will be held in Potales FEBRUARY 22, 23 AND 24 Don't fail to take advantage of these opportunities. Choicest residence lots on sale at from $40.00 to $100.00, owing to location. JOE HOWARD SONS Land and Immigration Co. Portales, New Mexico Office in Court House Do You Want It? 2,424 acres in a solid body, near Old Laplatta in Deaf Smith Co. Is all fenced and cross fenced, two room house, well, windmill, own half outside fence and all inside fence. Will sell in any size tracts from I60 acres up. Trice $5.00 per acre "net," one-half cash, bal ance five payments. See L. Gore. it about it. Hereford Tex. 12-tf Notice. As I am no longer with the Am arillo Steam Laundry, I desire to close all accounts with the patrons on my route, up to and including February 1 othi Thanking you for past patronage. Very Respectfully, 14 2t p. N. M. Fail. f BON TON BAKERY The place where you save money Best Bread, Rolls, Buns, Pies and Cakes. Fresh Every Day 40 Loaves Bread for $1,00 Gooda Delivered to any part of the City Stop the BON TON Wagon PHONE 225 The best f,c ciar in town, HENRY CLAY, nt Qosser'e. H-2t J Don't forget that we handle the celebrated Nigg'erhead Maitland Lump Coal THE BEST COAL ON EARTH. Amarillo Grain & Coal Go, 212 Polk St. Phon St. I.'