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THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JUNE 15, 1906
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Have been added to our already long list of Bargains
FOR SATURDAY at the
End
S Sll(B
The Wonder of the Day
Competition wonders how we can
do it. Some people say we don't do it.
But kind friends let us say to you here
that you are not compelled to buy, just
come and see for yourself, and buy
what you positively know is cheap
er than you can find elsewhere,
Clothing.
Those Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Suits, worth from $15 up to $22,50 at
$1248, are getting low, you better
hurry,
Still a few left of those Cheviots,
Worsteds, Cassimers and Meltons, for
mer price from $J4 to $20.
Have you seen -those Boy's Suits ;
all kinds worth much more. Sale price
only $2.98. Get busy.
Many other rare values too numerous to
mention, but if you will come in we can con
vince you.
Dry Goods
are now cheaper than ever and The
Great Loom End Sale will afford
you the greatest opportunity you have
ever had to buy seasonable merchandise
at prices lower than ever.
Everything reduced,
nothing reserved.
But on account of lack of space
we can not quote 'you all of our prices
but we wish to show you.
This sale will be the greatest even t in the merchandising history of the Panhandle and we have used
every efforts to make it the grandest success of any like occurance ever taken place in the entire
surrounding country. - - - - COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
LEADERS OF
LOW PRICES
AMARILLO, TEX.
CHOICE
RESIDENCE LOTS
-In-
Plemons Addition.
The southwest part of Amarillo is a very de
' sirable location for homes. J1
A FEW BARGAINS
in improved Gity Property, at lower prices
than you can build.
JOHN II: WILLS,
Opera House Building.
ANNOUNCEMENT!
IN Purchasing the high grade stock
of Groceries and produce of
Smith & Currie it is my intention to
continue the business as heretofore ex
tending every courtesy consistent with
good business management. I will sub
stantially add to the stock as it now is
and invite the patronage of the public at
large assuring them that their business
will have every attention. "
Z. Z. SAVAGE
(Successor to SMITH & CURRIE.)
Corner Fourth and Taylor Streets
REARING THE CHICKS.
I
Importance of Clranllnraa la h
l'oltrr Yarda.
Ferfect cleanliness Is of the highest
Importance la the jwiltry yards and
houses during the entire yeur, but 1b
especially necessary In the sultry sum
mer months, when every detail should
be carefully attended to which may be
of any possible benefit to the growth
and development of the young stock.
Fowls which have the very liest of food
and care lu other reMiect8 will not
thrive when confined In unclean and
111 ventlluted houses and pons, writes
IV. II. Works In American Poultry
Journal. Cleanliness Is highly neces
sary In the rearing of young chicks, no
matter whether they are Intended for
exhibition stock, for breeders or for
the market.
Ity cleanliness Is not meant the use
of a large ijuantlty of disinfectants
which may give the appearance of
cleanliness, although these are undoubt
edly good to use hi connection with the
care of the poultry quarters. Cleanli
ness Is of such great account In the
summer that In many cases It may
mean the saving of the life of a chick
as well as the health and growth, for
cleanliness Is the foe of vermin, and
vermin Is the cause of a majority of
the poultry losses nnd diseases.
The houses for the young stock should
be dry and well ventilated, and the
chicks should be kept from crowding
and taught to go on the roosts as soon
as possible, so that there will be no
danger of deformed breastbones caused
by overcrowding. The brood coops and
brooders should receive much of the
poultryman's attention during the hot
season, nnd the little chicks should
bavo clean, dry straw on the floors of
their coops and also plenty of fresh air
and shade.
Lime Is one of the best things to use
In the houses, either In the form of
whitewash or sprinkled about the floor
as a powder. Carbolic acid Is also a
good disinfectant, and kerosene should
be used In the fight against lice and
mites. The chicks need to be dusted
with Insect powder and their dusting
places sprinkled with It. The ynrdit
should be dug up often and disinfected
with lima nd carbolic nctd, so that
the ground will not become old and
full of disease germs.
Handling Egs.
la cold weather gather the eggs often
In order thut they do not get chilled,
says Dr. I Watson In American Poul
try Journal. Keeping eggs lowers their
vitality. If kept at too. low a tempera
ture the chilling injures them. If, on
the other hand, the temperature Is too
warm development begins. Just the
proper temperature to hold the eggs at
Intended for hatching Is uot known,
that generally recognized as best being
between 65 and 05 degrees F. If kept
In too dry a room eggs evaporate mois
ture very rapidly. They should, there
fore, not be exposed to a direct draft
of air. They should be turned dally In
order to prevent the yolks adhering to
the shell, In which case the vitelline
membrane may become ruptured when
eggs ure turned. Eggs should prove fer
tile and may he saved for hatching
four days after the male has been
placed lu the breeding pen.
The Iliial Iliith.
A dust bath should be provided lu
every breeding pen and should consist
of a shallow box 5 by 4 feet, In which
you place sand, ashes and some sul
phur and n little Insect powder. This
should be shaded lu the summer time.
Keep dry and have a cover to take on
ami off In the winter months. Neglect
of the bath means an Increase of the
fowl liens, which, unlike the blood
mites, which are only found out t
night and hide away during the day,
live on the body of the hen and drain
It of much of the egg forming ele
ments. These parasites lay countless
small white eggs on the downy part of
the feathers, especially under the wings
and near the vent. In the early au
tumn, when the birds usually lose their
old feathers, these eggs ure carried nil
about the farm, are duly hatched and
return to the houses.
WANT ADS.
(One cent a word for first insertion
half a cent a word each insertion follow
ing. Minimum charge 15 cents, payable
in advance.
For Sale niscellaneous.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Second hand
broadcast Deering Binder. Address A, S.
Bassett, Amarillo. 47-50p
For Rent.
FOR RENT Near town pasturage for
tock. A. M. Potter. 47tf
FOR RENT Rooms for rent Call at
701 Jackson. tf
run oivc une rourtn mock, corner
lotn and van Huren streets, east front.
47-48 Address Dr. J. J. Hanna, Amarillo.
FOR SALE Some fine Durham Milk
Cows. Just give from 3 to 4 gals, milk
PerdaV. ADDlv to Mr. FrpH P.haea at
Chase ranch, 3 1-2 miles south of town.
47tf
FOR SALE. A first class, almost
new latindrv. Trov mannfartum wmnn
and all complete. This property was
taken in trade and can be bought cheap.
There are two fine locations for steam
laundry in the Panhandle for good, ex
perienced man. Address "25." Herald
office. ;jwtf
FOR SALE Clean newspapers foe sale
at Herald office. 1 41-tf
Wanted niscellaneous.
WANTED On 6th and 6th of July, all
double seated rigs and teams we can hire.
Will pay f l.(H) per day for team and driv
er Call at McKnight Transfer, Livery &
Sales Company. 4!t-f)3
The I'aefol Coleaa.
Colons grown lu the house Is not so
popular as It deserves to be, for we
have grown so used to masses of the
common richly colored foliage, with
Its yellow, purple and carmine border
Ing our flower beds In summer, that we
scarcely give It Its Just due as an In
dividual plant.
The plants grow so rapidly that they
will Oil up many a vacant spot In a
window box where more exacting ones
refuse to thrive.
(iiaiiulated Meat V hr Poultry,
For those who hove neither time nor
opportunity to prepare meat In other
forms for their poultry the prepared
granulated stuff Is an excellent substi
tute and Is so cheap thut It should nev
er be left out of the diet for growing
chickens and for winter layers, says A.
V. Meersch lu Western Poultry Jour
nal. It is made either from horseflesh
or from tho offal of cattle and is a com
position of (lesb aud bone boiled up
and dried and theu pressed Into blocks,
afterward belug passed through a mill
to be broken up Into convenient sixes.
It Is so prepared that it will keep fresh
and sweet for some considerable Ume,
and when chickens are fed entirely on
dry food It Is convenient to give them
their meat in this form. The amount
to bo given depends largely upon the
slxe of the birds, but a little every day
to each one will make a great difference.
WANTED POSITION -Young man 18
years old wants position as bookkeeper.
Nc. 1 Reference. Phone 60. 47-62p
WANTED ATONCE-Two or 'three
nicely furnished or unfurnished rooms in
modern home. Reference exchanged.
47tf Cunningham &, Cunningham.
FOR RENT Desk room in old Herald
office. Apply at office. 4(1-47
In
Old
Quarters
We are again installed in our
former building, which was
partially destroyed by fire some
time ago, and are now pre
pared to furnish you with
prompt and efficient service.
Phone us, we'll do the rest.
Amarilio
Steam
Laundry.
Phone
22
! t , iwfn
"ftll I tu-1 WO gi
dress Box loT, Amarillo.
Two good milk cows. Ad.
47-48
WANTED Position as stenographer or
oooKKeeper. an furnish references.
Address Herald Office. 47-48
WANTED-To rent a house of 4 or 5
rooms. W. Hoppin, Herald office.
47tf
WANTED Young ladies who will at
tend Normal, to wait on tables for board
and room. Write to A. C. Elliott,
47-49 Hereford, Texas.
WANTED-The address cf W. R.
Sharp. The Herald.
WANTED Clean cotton rags at the
Heraw office' 82-33
WANTED Position as book keeper or
stenographer. Have typewriter. Address
"W," Herald office. 4((-47p
WANTED Man to drive milk wagon.
C. 0. Wolflin. Amarillo, 42-48 p
Stock Salt
NUVV ALFALFA AND
MILLET HAY
Canon City Coal.
Colorado's Famous Fuel
product. The best coal
on the market.
KUTCH $ FYE,
Phone 338. 605 Polk St.

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