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THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2o, 1906
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In the history of Amarillo is now in progress. This sale has been inaugerated to close out the large and
well assorted stock of merchandise of the Connally Mercantile Company, d & &
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Sacte Building
Phone 563.
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FOR
ON SOUTH PLAINS
Fl
FTEEN DAYS
Our Entire Stock of
Dry Goods jniGroceries
Will be sold at a Great Discount for
SPOT CASH ONLY,
as we desire ,to materially reduce our
stock preparatory to business changes
contemplated. As an inducement we
offer a few bargains below which are in
line with our reduced prices throughout
the store
20 pound! Standard Granulated Sugar $1.00
10 pounds Premium Lard 1.10
10 pounds Quaker Lard L10
Dry Salt Meat, per pound 10
10 pounds Compound Lard ..: 75
2 packages 2-pound Oats 15
25 pounds Navy Beans 1.00
18 pounds Lima Beans 1.00
22 pounds Pink Beans 1.00
2 pounds Cheese 55
1 gallon Bucket Pickles 75
12 cans Best Corn 1.0Q
12 cans Best Blackberries 95
Triumph Seed Potatoes, per bushel 1.55
Bring your jugs and get 1 gallon of fine syrup for 60
Dry Goods
20 per cent off on all Hen's and Boys
Suits. A nice line of Trunks and Grips
just in. Call and get our prices on
everything before buying elsewhere.
.1 Wright & Son
THE STORE WHERE MONEY TALKS
Telephone 145 505 Polk Street
A $2,000 Home for Only $1,600
This bargain is only a little more than a block
from the school house and fronts east on Harri
son, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth Streets.
Terms, $600.00 cash and the balance on long
time at S per cent interest. This will sell soon
and you had better hurry.
Cunningham Green
All old-time Cough Syrups bind
the bowels, This is wrong. A
new idea was advanced two years
ago in Kennedy's Laxative Honey
and Tar. This remedy acts on the
mucous membranes of the throat
and lungs and loosens the bowels
at the same time. It expels all
cold from the system. It clears
the throat, strengthens the mucous
membranes, relieves coughs, colds,
croup, whooping-cough, etc. Sold
by L O. Thompson ii Bro. 1 IT
County Attorney.
The Herald is authorized to an
nounce Hugh L. Umphries as a
candidate for the office of county
attorney of Potter county, election
in November.
Announcement.
The Herald is authorized to an
nounce W. F. Cobb as a candidate
for the office of city marshal,
April election.
Conditions in This Section of the
Panhandle in a Flourishing
Condition.
Zay Powell, who has for several
years been local manager of the
Half Circle S. ranch in Crosby
County, recently resigned his posi
tion and is now living in Fisher
County, where he has a splendid
little ranch on the Double Moun
tain river, says a staff correspon
dent in the Stockman and Farmer.
Mr. Powell is a cattleman of much
ability and experience, and his
venture is likely to be both pleas
ant and profitable.
At this time many cattle are be
ing fed grain, or stalks with grain
on them and there is danger of
serious bowel trouble if they be
come heated much by running or
any other cause. The disease be
gins by a .bad case of scours, or
diorrhoea, and the animal, gener
ally a yonng cow, soon passes bloqd
freely, and unless it is stopped
death occurs at once. If any of
your cattle are attacked in this
had failed entirely.
In Kent and Dickens counties
cattle are in excellent condition
now, and the only trouble is that
some calves and yearlings are dy
ing of black leg. One outfit has
lost twenty head from this trouble
during the past ten days, and is
now busy roweling or otherwise
treating their stuff to prevent fur
ther loss.
Mr. J. W. Stevens, of Haskell
county, told me yesterday that
everything there is prosperous now.
In that county the cattle business
is confined mostly to small outfits,
but the quality of stuff produced is
excellent, and sells rapidly at good
prices. A few bunches of cows
and calves have recently been sold
at $23 to $25 but they were either
milk stock, or selected blood stuff.
Cattle are in excellent condition
and feedstuff plentiful and cheap.
The calf crop will be large.
A serious prairie fire occurred
last week in Dickens county. A
school house in the southwestern
part burned down and the grass
caught fire from it. Fifteen or
twenty sections were burned off,
several stalk fields which had not
FOR
SALE
Four Brick Stores on Polk Street
One of the Best Corners in the City.
ALSO-
The Elmhirst Hotel, a good interest
paying investment that will increase
in value
S. Lightburne
way, fill a quart bottle with water
and put into it two table-spoons full
of copperas. Shake it until it is
disolvcd and drench the animal.
Within two hours there should be
a marked improvement, but if there
is not, repeat the dose. I have
seen this cure the most obstinate
cases, and when other remedies
Luckiest flan In Arkansas.
"I'm the luckiest man In Arkan
sas," writes H. L. Stanley, of Bru
it ' j 1 . .1 m
no, since tne restoration or my
wife's health after Ave year's of
continuous coughing and bleeding
at the lungs; and I owe my good
fortune to the worlds greatest
medicine, Dr. King s New Discovery
for Consumption, which I know
from experience will cure con
sumption if taken In time. My wife
improved with first bottle and
twelve bottles completed the cure."
Cures the worst coughs and colds
or money refunded. Sold by L. 0.
Thompson & Bro., druggists. SOc
and $1.00. Trial bottle free. 13-T
yet been grazed.
In Fisher and Scurry counties
lately, buyers have been out hunt
ing calves and yearlings. They
were offering $10 or $11, but got
only a few as most people preferred
holding their stuff, and those
who wished to sell demanded better
prices than were offered.
This week I met a man who had
just returned from a prospecting
trip 111 Pecos and El Paso counties.
He said that land values there were
advancing fast and the country was
settling up more rapidly than he
had any idea of. , Many new
ranches are being opened up and
stocked with first class cattle and
horses, and the improvements made
were of a substantial kind. The
main drawback now seemed to him
to be scarcity of water and cost of
fixing up a place.
The range looks well and all
stock are in splendid order.
SAVE BOTH!
HOW? EASY!
When you want a good, enduring
Plumbing Job at a small cost
See us!
We quote figures that cannot fail
to commend themselves.
W.A.Watkins.
The Plumber Phone 442.
Noted Singers.
The National Grand Opera Com
pany, with its added musical fea
tures of international reputation,
can be secured for one perform
ance Friday night March 2nd, pro
viding sufficient advance sales can
be made to warrant Manager Elliot
in giving them a guarantee.
Those wishing to assist in secur
ing this great attraction will kindly
leave their names at Elliot's con
fectionery at once for number cf
seats desired. The price of seats
is $1.25, but to subscribers for
two or more tickets price is $1.00
each.
Among the principals are such
renowned artists as The Duchess
Gertrude Dudley, the direct lineal
descendent of the original Duchess
Dudley, and the possessor of a re
markably powerful and sweet
soprano voice, covering three oc
taves entire.
Miss Clara Mae Hammer, Prirra
Donna soprano, with a voice of
marvelous quality; Geo. Jenkins, a
tenor of unusual ability; J. F.
Kuehne, Basso Cantata, who sings
with equal excellence in a large
repertoire of.'grand operas; Mile.
Rose Sicardi, the remarkable vio
linist, and others in scenes and
arias from "Faust," "Parsifal,"
"Il-Trovatore,""Lucia,"jGarbriella"
"Aida,"etc. 15-3t
Sold Out.
February 15, 1906.
We have sold out our harness
and saddlery business at No. 311
Polk street, and all accounts due
previous to that date should be
paid to R. N. Pettit or E. 0. Feier
abend. 14-3tp
Field Seed.
We have a well assorted
and selected lot of Beard
less Barley, Red Rust
Proof Seed Oats, Turke
stan Alfalfa Seed and
Maize and Kaffir Corn
Seed. J ji
Headquarters for the Best
Colorado Lump Goal.
KUTCH FYE,
Phone 338. 605 Polk St.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
For District Judge:
J. N. BROWNING.
For Sheriff and Tax Collector,
0. K. (PETE) GILVIN.
For County Attorney:
HUGH L. HUMPHRIES,
For County Treasurer: i
J. M. DONALDSON.
N. H, TUDOR.
For City Assessor and Collector:
FRANK M.ONC.
WILL A.NORTIIEN. V
For Mayor:
WILL A. MILLER, Jr.
F. M. SHAUGHNESSY.
For City Marshal :
W. P. STEWART.
BARNEY PLEMONS.
J. W. BRITT.
W. F. COBB,
For Alderman:
E. E. SIMPSON.
DR. J. W. PIERSON.
The Night Editor.
Perhaps not more than one out
of each thousand readers of a daily
morning paper could tell the name
of its night editor; in the city of
publication he often has fewer ac
quaintances than the club reporter;
special double-leaded articles do
not appear over his signature and
at the head of the editorial page
his existence is not even noted; yet
the gathering and printing of the
news for which the public reall';
buys the paper, is his daily, oM;,
rather nightly work, for his hours"
of labor are while other men slum
ber. His identity is merged into
that of The" Herald, The Times, or
The Journal, as the case may be.
The paper's glory is his own; its
failures are his shame, its news
"scoops" his reward. He does a
prodigious amount of work, quietly
and without ostentation for the
pure love of it, without thought of
the size of the check which he
gets on Saturday night. Loyalty
to his paper is a part of his religion,
faithfulness the chief article of his
creed. To "tret the news" he will
sacrifice his brother.
Faithfully unto the end he serves
the public and his paper; then a
ten-line Associated Press item an
nouncing his demise is headed,
"His Thirty In" thirty being a
newspaper term for all finished.
At the little restaurant around the
corner where the force takes the
midnight lunch, some one remarks.
"Poor old Kill! He was a h 1 of a
good newspaper man!" A new
night editor is at his desk. The
Herald comes out as usual and the
public wots not of the difference.
Walter I). Whitman in Holland's
Magazine for March.
The New Cough Syrup the one
that acts as a mild cathartic on the
bowels is Kennedy's Laxative
Honey and Tar. It expels all cold
from the system, cuts the phlegm
out of the throat, strengthens the
mucou8membrancea of the bron
chial tubes, and relieves croup,
whoopingcough, etc. Children love
it. Sold by L. 0. Thompson 61
Bro. HT
CLOSING OUT
We will close out our grocery
line at greatly reduced prices,
and in addition we offer you a
fine line of Queensware
Absolutely Free
Call for coupons. Our fruit,
vegetable and confectionery
line will be kept full and fresh
This is your opportunity of
purchasing at a neat sacrifice.
J. W. Teeter
600 Polk St.
Phon 484

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