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TVVICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JUNE 15, 19o6. EC Overalls. We have the exclu sive agency for the best Overall made in the world THE SWEET-ORR & CO. Overalls are known and worn the world over and when you buy them you know you have your money's worth PHONE Additional Train Service. Beginning: on the 10th inst., the Fort Worth & Denver City Ry., ("The Denver Road") re-established double daily train service be tween Fort Worth and Denver un der faster schedules than ever be fore. These trains leave Ft. Worth at 9:45 a. m., and 8:45 p. m., and arrive at Fort Worth from Denver at 5:19 p. m., and 7:55 a. m., daily, thus preserving1 con nections with all other Texas lines in both directions and affording Colorado tourists all that could be desired. Each of these trains is MJBWIEIIM Sjr I fermented In Glass-Enameled Vats w' A fiav ninriteo rt (ormanr!ii inn it tc In 137,722,150 Bottles of Budweiser in 1903 exceeding ' i "Of. PANHANDLE LUMBER CO. g Handles Good Lumber 5. F. Newbold, Manager, QEQ32 HARDWARE In our Hammoth Stock of Hardware, Implements, Buggies, Wagons, Saddles and harness, we have the best selection in the Panhandle, and we are prepared to handle your business to the best advantage. Most Complete Stock of Farming Im plements and Windmills in the Panhandle-, Agents BUFFALO PITTS COMPANY, Manufacturers of Agri cultural Machinery. ..' &' Corner of Sixth and Polk Shoes. SUITS MADE TO ORDER IN OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT. Comfort, (tylt and pcrft wearing qualitiet (ire Increaied Mtiifiction daily to wearer of Shoes Repaired while you wait. fr- SHOES I We are their agentt. Our cut- I I tomeri' endonemenrj are our I I highest recommendation. reesi & Company 248, 510 Polk operated solid between Fort Worth and Denver, and carry Pullman Palace Sleepers and also serve all meals in SuDreb Cafe cars at city prices upon the "pay only for what you order" plan. In connection with the foregoing this company has placed in service additional trains between Fort Worth and Quanah, Texas, a dis tance of 192 miles, for the ac commodation of local travel, and by reason of same has been enabl ed to reduce the time of through trains between Fort Worth and Denver more than 2 hours, all of (aged) from four to five months in Glass Lined Steel Tanks, from which it is drawn into bottles. Thus it is , . . In Glass from Kettle to Lip The result is an exquisite taste and flavor, distinctively its own, which accounts for the sale of that of all other bottled beers. Anheuser-Busch Brewlnd Ass'n St Louis L. S. A AMARILLO BEER & ICE CO., Distributor. Amarillo. Amarillo, Texas, Corner 6th and Tyler. Underwear The summer season has opened here in earnest and now you will want Light Weight Underwear and we have it in all sizes and grades and at reasonable prices Come see them. Street. which should and will be appreciat ed by vacationists bound for "Cool Colorado" and by the traveling public generally. Oct the Right One. Be sure you are right and then go ahead and get the right one. Charleston News and Courier. Be just to yourself. Eat nothing but the best. 40tf Sayre Mill and Elevator Co. 160 acre Oklahoma farm for 6ale or exchange for Amarillo residence property, See Gouldy Bros. & Co 44-49p nrprprl Cotkti r Tin Caput Phone No. 70 Wholesale and Retail Sill MPORIM. CONVENTION OVER Chief of Police and City Mar" shal's Conclude Work of 12th. Annual Convention Here. Following the afternoon session of Chiefs of Police and City Mar shals last Tuesday evening a ban quet was tendered the members of the association during the evening which after a socilal intercourse was turned into a business session of the convention. The delegates and friends at tending the smoke were royally en tertained and through the haze of cigar smoke many new acquaint ances were formed and an all around good time had. In order to do away with the Wednesday session for a Ashing trip to the can yon it was decided to hold a night session following the banquet which lasted until midnight. George A. Smith, head of the Bureau of Indentification at Dallas, led in a discussion pertaining to the work of the bureau, giving many valuable suggestionsandcitingfacts of the good work done by the bureau. Chief Maddox brought up the matter of a juvenile.law.stating that such a provision was greatly needed and endorsing the effort of Rev. Wheeler and Rev. I. Z. T. Morris, who are working in an ef fort to have a bill of this nature oassed at the next meeting of the legislature. These gentlemen are working on the construction and passage of two bills, one providing for the punsishment of parents who abandon their childrenof tend er age other than incarceration for crime. The association as a whole is thoroughly in favor of the pass age of laws of this nature and will do all in its power towards getting them through the next legislature. Reports of all standing commit tees were heard and acted upon and new committees appointed. The regular election of officers was held and the next place of meeting selected. In the selection of officers James H. Maddox of Fort Worth was made president, Fred Long of Itaska first vice pre sident; Chas. McClaine of Cleburne second vice president and M. T. Foster of Houston re-elected sec retary an treasurer. Fort Worth, Dallas and Mineral Wells were placed in nomination by varions ones for next conven tion, resulting in the selection of Fort Worth as the meeting place for the 1 907 meeting by a vote of 21 as against 11 for Dallas and 6 for Mineral Wells. During Tues day and Wednesday some little ef fort was made to have Waco select ed as the next meeting place but no strength developed and Waco was not placed in nomination. At the Wednesday afternoon session a large portion of the time was devoted to the finishing up of reports of committees and discus sions on the plans of the new juvenile bills as proposed by Rev. Wheeler, who is also interested in the organization of humane socities throughout the state. At this ses sion three new members were elected to membership, including Howard Booth of this city, whi e several honoary members were taken into the association. A vote of thanks was tendered Judge Ira Webster for the use of the district court room for the meetings of the convention. Wed nesday night the local aerie F. 0 Eagles entertained the members of the association with an open house. Vice president Tom L. Miller pre sided at tha meeting, which was strictly informal, and a good time was experienced by an present in the speech making and social pro gram arranged. Luncheon, con sisting of sandwiches and other palatible eatables, was servedv th good things to drink and plenty of cigars to 6moke. Through the courtesy of Avery Turner, vice president and genera manager of the Pecos Valley line, the entire delegation departed on the early morning train yesterday for Roswell where a day or two will be spent in the garden spot of the Pecoi Valley. From Roswell the delegates will return to Ama rillo then to their homes over the state. ( JL. SUMMERS, Ifire and tornado insurance I flnon Hnnxa BulldlnH. Phone 51. mmm Stretch the Money. You spend for Gro ceries by making your purchases where it will secure the utmost val ue. Economy in Gro cery values is not in buying the most for the least money but in high grade quality, We handle only the most selected lines of Canned Goods, Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffees and the best Flour manufactured, GRIFFIN AND PHONE 29. OJVSPEPSBA Almost ev ery other roan and wo rn a n yon I meet is af flicted with this terrible disease in some stage until it ac quires full strength and suddenly seizes them in the most violent form. Is your ap petite fickle? Do vou suffer with fre- ousnt headaches and dizziness, and dimmed eyes? Do you lack ambition and energy? Do you toss and tumble at night, unable to sleep? These are all symptoms and forerun ners of this disease. Act at once. Commence the use of Dr. Caldwell's (Laxatlvt) Syrup Pepsin which will instantly check the progress of the disease and ultimately eradicate all traces of it from your system. DR. CALDWELL S SYRUP PEPSIN is the greatest preparation ever offered for dyspepsia. It acts instantly, restoring every affected part to natural life and vigor. DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes at all druggists. Your money will be refunded if it does not benefit you. Vour poKtuI card rerjiicut will brln? by return mall our now bnnkM, "DR. CALUWKLL'a IM)K OP WONDKKS" and freu sample to tho8 who hnvo never tried this wonderful remedy. Do it now. PEPSIN SYRUP CO. Mootloollo, Illinois Sold by E. R. Roach Drug Co. Maddrey Ketiyon Biog Armrillo Texas. CUT FLOWERS. IVfijA . APP1- Oran'fM Hntuinns ntxt futo. Lemons. Vegetables: K'S i,; and Roswell Celerv. OYSIIfRS, POULTRY, and RANCH EGQS. L J. FCLTMAN A CO.. j Phone 539. m 5th St. COLLINS V J iimn At Last, a Perfect Visible Typewriter All of the writing VISIHLH all of the time not a half-visible typewriter. Lipht, quick touch; either two colors or single color ribbon; interchangeable carriage; regular and speed escapement; automatic line spacing; a perfect line lock, and various other I'SKITI., features, making the FOX VISIHLK beyond doubt the best typewriter on the market. We put them in on TKN DAYS' FRI-K TRIAL. DENNIS ZIMMERMAN, Agt., Office, over the First National Hank, with Madilen St. Trulove, Attorneys. Beware of Cheap Work We Don't Run a Cheap Joint. But will give you the best work possible. If you want GOOD work, send your clothing to George Stapleton to be cleaned, pressed or repaired. We have not cut the price of work, as we can't afford to do so and pay our help good wages. If you want Good Honest Work at living prices, send your . work to us and we will give entire satisfaction . George Stapleton, The Tailor, Right Paint evt the Start Pure White Lead and Pure Lin seed Oil should always be used for the first or priming coat. No other n.int lid ttiA mnmm .ft.llH nm .Km fu... Dumb niuuilj ,u, ,11V surface marrying and becoming a part of the wood. Yellow ochre, barytes. sine or any other substance than Pure While Lead fails to unite with the wood and serves only to form a cushion, which will prevent even Pure Whit Ind frnm attarhino Itself when finally applied. Satisfactory results can never ne ouiainea so long as a surtace i coaiea with a ventermg inai is an it is; oi yellow ochre, barytes, line, etc. sucn a coating Is bound to cmmhla. rrarlr and peel, and must be burned or scraped off, down to th wood itself, before a good job can be done an ei pensive process, and not without danger of fire. A house owner can scarcely make a more costly mistake than to use a substi tute for Pure White Lead In the priming Coat. Avoid all risk by using COLLIER Pure Whit Lei (Mada bjr the Old Dutch Proeeart BiiJ for booklrt mntatnlnf mural handanm rimdurtlnna of ai'tual bnuwn. oRurlna Talualil iiKKxatlnna for eolor arhomo In minting lour buuw. A Ut (or paint purltjr U alio gliou. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Ave. and 10th SC. St LoulStMo. t COAT Wedding Presents. i' S-.er) rg Silver and Hand-Painted China - -at Jos Asiracan's, The Jeweler. ft iff'