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THE TWICI'-A-WKEK HERALD, JULY 17, I9O6. From Channing. Mr. John Howard has resigned the position of cushler of the Bank of Channing, and will return to his home In Dulliurt, where he assumes a position with the railroad company, Mr. Howard and his estimable wife will be greatly mlssted, as they had won the friendship and esteem of our people. Mr. W, S. Mestmer, one of Judge Purdue's assistants in the abstract Ing of Hartley county lands, has rent ed the Campbell residence and has moved his family to Channing. Pastor Hunt and Prof. Gable have been the leading spirits in securing for Channing for the fall and winter months a series of high-class attrac tions. S. M. Dowlen, who traveled over land from Dalhart last Wednesday, says heavy rains have fallen between this place and Dalhart recently. J. E. Scott has sold his Channing property to J. J. Waldrop, and will go to Itowe, Texas, where he has con siderable property interests. We re gret to see Channing lose this good citizen and his estimable family. We" can supply you with all kinds of standard fruit and ornamental trees. Order before the rush of the season, and get the cream of the nur sery. STAR BROS.' NURSERIES CO. S. C. Chapman, Local Mgr., 57-58 501 Lincoln st. Beware of Cheap Work Wo 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 nave not cut the price of work, as we can t afford to do so and pay our help '4jdod wages. If , you want Good Honest Work at living prices, send your work to us and we will give entire satisfaction George Stapletoo, The Tailor. Help Settle Your Own Country ttad Ui lh Nsmtt of Your Old rrltadt Math Ctil. Sams of thm may want to change thai r location and coma wst. A littla help from you will atsnt u in raacli Ing many who art looking (or nW hornet. W mall your triindt truthful hturatura about your part of the country and place thsir namas on tht complimentary mailing lilt of "T ha Earth," an interesting monthly dvotd to Southwast Immigration. SI Dont put it off. tWrit this wek ta C. I. SEAORAVrS Gansral Coloulzation Agsnt 111S Ry Exchange, Chicago. FREE BY MAIL The lionton Comedians. "A Colorado Waif," a four-act comedy, was presented last night to a very large crowd by the Perce R. Benton comedians, in their tent on Fourth street. The specialties were good and were loudly applauded, es pecially of the Davis sisters. The Benton show will be here all of the week, and to-night will present the comedy, "Three Days in Ai-kamaa." We devote our entire time listing, s-elllng and renting property. Give us a trial. Donahoe & Wemple. Room 10, Eakle building. 56-tf News From Lubbock. R. B. Shaw was quite painfully in jured last Saturday morning. He had Btarted to town from his home, fif teen miles southeast, and when at a point some ten miles from this place, his team became frightened and ran away, throwing him out of the buggy upon the barbed wire fence, and dragging him some distance. .A number of gashes were cut In his body and other bruises inflicted. Dr. Overton was summoned, and by the aid of his automobile was soon at the side of the injured man, and by tak ing sixteen or more stitches .closed the wounds up, and Mr. Shaw is rest ing nicely. He was brought to Lub bock that he might he handy to the doctor, and is now at the home of Mr. Burrus, in East Lubbock. Mr. George Fisher and Miss Eva Bollver were married at the residence of Squire L. M. Knight last Monday, about 12 p. m., and left immediately for Brownfleld, where they will re side in the future. The groom is a resident of Terry county, and is known to quite a number of our peo ple, and the bride is the daughter of Mr. J. W. Boliver of this place. Carpenters began work on the Daugherty building this week. Part of the machinery has arrived, which Mr. Daugherty recently purchased,; and Lubbock will soon hare one of the most modern machine shops on the Plains. The Citizens National bank receiv ed its new fixtures and furniture Wednesday morning, which has been installed, -and that' institution now looks very much like business. Hon. John W. Veale, candidate for state senator from this district, ad dressed the voters of Lubbock county at the court house last Saturday af ternoon, In the interest of his candi dacy. TO KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM. In (be Only Possible War of Having Aa Effective Core. If you see a woman or a man with lux uriant glossy hair, you may be sure nei ther has dandruff to amount to anything;. In nearly every case where women and rren have thin brittle hair, they owe It to dandruff. There are hundreds of prep arations that "claim" to cure dandruff, but not one but Newbro's Ilerplclde tells you that dandruff Is the result of a germ burrowing- Into the scalp, and that per manent cure of dandruff and Us const) quent falling- and baldness, can only be had by killing the germ; and there is no other preparation that will destroy that germ but Newbro's Ilerplclde. "Destroy trie cause, and you remove the effect, Bold by leading druggists, fiend 10c. in tamps for sample to The Ilerplclde Co., jjeiroit. Minn. E. R. Roach Dru Comonnv. Special Affent Desire For Food Is Important N. J. WADE, Attornty-at-Law, Reyn14 iBldrf. Ft. Worth, Tex Practice in State and Federal Courts. Business of non-residents K'ven per sonal attention. S. W. Phone 180. Only 82 Years Old. , "I am only 82 years old and don t expect, even when I get to be real old to feel that way as long as I can get Electric Bitters," says Mrs. E. H. Brunson. of Dub lin, Ga. Surely there's nothing else keeps the old aa young and makes the weak as strong as this grand tonic medicine. Dyspepsia, torpid liver, inflamed kidneys or chronic constipation are unknown after taking Electric Bitters a reasonable time. Guaranteed by L. 0. Thompson & Bro. druggist. Price 50c. 55T61 For Lavatory work, sewer con nections and all classes of up-to-date plumbing work telephone H. A. Campbell, plumber, successor to Campbell & Bigger. 4tf. FOR SALE! Fifteen, thousand feet box ing lumber. Has been used short time in Amar illo base ball park. Wheeler County Not-. Jim Jones and Miss Harrington were married at sshamioek weanes day. The bride's parents live on Elm, about six miles south of town. Jim Is one of tha boys who may be ex pected to do the "unexpected,"- and we opine that he did so In this In stance bo far us his numerous friends and acquaintances were concerned. A splendid rain fell Wednesday night In Shamrock and vicinity. J. B. Ammerman and W. H. Morrf- sqn of CIhco were In Shamrock Tues day, In company with J. K. Stanley. The two former gentlemen had been over at Wheeler, where they have ar ranged to put In a gin to handle this season's crop. They will at onc-a be gin the erection of their plant, which will consist of four stands, with all modern Improvements. The Baptist meeting at Wheeler will begin July 21. Crops are fine in this section. Grain Is turning out much better than was expected It would. Low Prices for Cash, Z. Z. Savage Those dull pains about tlie eyes are plain sins that there is something wrong with your vis ion. Step insome day and let us find out what the trouble is with your t-yes. Appetite Is Necessary In Order To Digest What We Eat We notlre tluit some of the most rnilnnt physli-luns of this country and Kurope who liuvo ruude u study of the t roccHS of digestion unite In the opin ion that a keen appetite is a great uld to proper digestion. Homo even go so fnr as to say that thuro must be a (food sharp appotlto for the food euten In order that It be properly digested and asHtm'ilated. Dr. J. P. Pawlow's essay on "The Work of the Digestive Glands," which was uwardod the Nobel prize, sets forth very cleurly the vulue of nppctito. There Is no other such safe sure means for creating a healthy appotlto as. I'ubst TMuo Illbbon lloer taken be fore or with your meals, and it Is an almost absolute run run too of perfect digestion, while its tonic ana food value cannot be overestimated. Dr, Jemeph KVIsler, of the North western University of Chicago, In com menting upon this said: "I fully be lieve that the moderate uso of good beer at meal times acts aa a tonic and Is therefore useful." Dr. Kelsler stands at the head of his profession and his words must carry great weight with those, seeking health. I'uhHt Blue Illbbon Is snch a beer as Dr. Kelsler recommends. It is a prod uct of eight-day malt, choicest hops and pure water. Pubxt eight-dny malt contains all the valuable food elements of the barley in predigestnd form. It gives Pabst Beer its rich nutrition and the fine mellow flavor which distin guishes It from other beer. This, to gether with sixty years of scientific brewing. Is what has put Pabst Beer so far in the lead. No food that comes from the cleanest kitchen can be cleaner, purer and more wholesome than this celebrated beer. Amarillo Ice and Cold Storage Co. PHONE 102. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer Order a 'cat for yoor horn today JOS AS TR AC AN, Thi )..! Business teaches all commercial branches. Not a RraihiHtein 1904 and ips failed to secure a position. We will give $ 100 for a sin gle failure. Notes accepted for tuition, Write for our new catalog 4 mo J. W. Draughon, Manager. BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHAND to FIVKporwmsliiiwli county, dimiritiK to take petHoiinl inxi motion, w ho will wltlilu UU days clip mid KKN D tht otii to either nf DRAUGhWS Dallas, Waco, San Antonio, Austin, Galves ton, ElTaso, Ft. Worth, Tuler, OR Denlson. We kIxo tem-h BY MAIti snvrullr. or REFUND MONEY, Uw, IVnnmiwlilp, Arlth Bietlo, IWtwr-Wrltlntf, Drawing, Cartooning, UiiHlmwM Kntfllxh, llitiikltig, U 17 Colleve in IB HtHttM. 000,000.00 Capital I T yin' hiiw. Indorwol by IiiinI. nexsmen. No wat Ion; entr any time. Write for catalog. rOIITIOIt Mim1 or MOMFT lEfUHtfl. YOU MUST lu nrdnr to gt Horn Htudy FREE, write now, t has: " I dmira to know nur about your spelal Horns Study Uflorniads ttt .nl.llhA at cms FOR PHONE 283 JOE PHILLIPS. in PS Sr. 35 To Introduce Our Ownpecla! Brand we will send for $4.00 One Gallon by Express, Prepaid, in plain package, a Rye Whisky which we guarantee 7 Years Old. Medicinally Pure, Mild and Mellow-something you can drink without calling out the fire department In Ordering Mcntion Orrin no. 1 us,-.-.., !.' ' li . s ' ' li L. . 1 uwtm;ww mm fm 11 - " -" " THE AHARILLO CONSTRUCTION CO., (at Couldy Bros. &l Co. Real Estate office, over post office Phone 195) will furnish estimates on cement and brick side walks. URIDQES & CO All Work Guaranted. BIBB & WHITESIDE, Real Estate and Loans, INSURANCE. Suits 7, Olivcr-Eakle Building. Telephone 79. .in niiPli, ii iH iiiwwMiBifrt, piwyM iiwl lii ipiiiiwi iwiiwiwyiaafp, wiiiiwi IMHlLu Day Your TicKet To Ft. Worth, then Uk the InUrurb&n. All cars pass the Union Station 5 minutes after each hour from 6 . m. to 1 1 p. m. 10VND TtIP RATE TO DALLAS $1.25 No dust, smoke or cinders. Elegant service. Fast time. All cars pass beautiful Lake Erie. Address, W. F. FORBESS, G. P.iOk T. A., Fort 'Worth, Texas lALI.A5tlr2VfORTn In Summer You Need Fruit. Phone us for Berries, Peaches, Lemons, Pineapples, Oranges, Bananas, Plums. Apricots. Apples Also fresh Vegetables, Green Peppers, To matoes, Beans, Peas, Cucumbers and all the delicacies and staples in Groceries that it takes to make good eating. Z. Z. SAVAGE (Successor to SMITH & CURRIE.) 4th and Taylor Phone 97 KB Prompt Service When you notify us by tel ephone or otherwise to call for vour package, we don't say "All Right," and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call the same day within a few minutes if you are in a hurry and we deliver the laundered clothing at the time agreed upon. Good work and prompt ser vice does the combina tion appeal to ycu? Put us to the test- Troy Steam Laundry, Phone 42. FLOWERS. Apples, Oranges Bananas ami Lemons, CUT Fruits: i LI Fresh every day, Let VegetaOeS: tuce, Onions, Beets, and Roswell Celery. OYSTERS, POULTRY, and RANCH EGGS. L. J. FELTMAN & CO., Phone 539. rn 5th St. Mrs. Illld'lrniul Lnlcrtalns. Last Friday evening Mrs. J. B. Hlldcbrand and Miss Lello Maynard entertained quite a company of young people In honor of Miss Mar garet and Mr, Oeorge Maynard of Memphis, Tenn.; who are spending the summer here. Mrs. lllldebrand chose the most natural form of amusement, under such circum stances, in arranging for a "lovemak ing party." The young ladles ol the party were scattered over the house and fawn In properly secluded nooks, cozy corners and lawn swings, and the young' men In progressive order were allowed to 'make love Ave tnln- LAND AGENTS AND' DEALERS Amarillo, Texas, j j Mexico, Missouri. We have buyer for Good Panhantfle Lands at market prices. We have Eastern and Northern connections with some of the best Real Estate men in their locality who will bring us land buyere. We are locating here to stay. We- have had 25 year of successful experience in the land business. We would like you to list your laud with us for sale and would be glad to have all interested in buyiug or selling Texas lands- to call and see us. L A'K EN A N & B ARNES (Successor to Fidelity Laisxl Co.) Amarillo 'Hotel Annex. GROCERIES! A Complete Stock of Fresh, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fine Candies, Cigars and! Tobacco. Prices Rightl Quality the Best! Give us a CalU Our Vegtttables Market Includes, Fresh Potatoes, Lettuce, Mustard, Onions, String Beans, Squash, Green Peas. Oranges, Apples and Banana's. :; LAMBETH BROS., (Successors to D. A. Williams.) 618 POJ.K STREET. PHONE 124 FIRE INSURANEC McK night & Williams, 24 OLD LINE COMPANIES. ROOME 12-14 EI1ERSTADT BUILDING. J THE KID CARPENTER. is prepared to build you anything from a pig pen to a mansion. Satisfaction Guaranteed You will do well to see him be- t,wa-a.w. f0re building. VV P - GOOpGI Corner 6th and Tyler. Large Assortment Latest Popular Songs, 25 cents. A FKW FAVORITKS. Holding Hands, Making Kyes, Just A Little Rocking Chair and You, Can't You see I'm Lonely, My Loving Henry, What You Goin' to do When The Rent Conies 'Round, Little Girl You'll Do, Dearie. AHARILLO MUSIC COMPANY 117 East Fourth Street. Phone 88. utes to each girl. At the end of the evening, while the refreshments of angel food cake and ice were being served, each girl was allowed to re cord her opinion by secret ballot as to the best and worse lovemakers. Dr. R. D. Glut proved the value of a university training by carrying off, by a heavy majority, the best prize a double-heart scarf-pin. Mr. W. A, Smith's Inexperience was rewarded with a box of shoe polish, that he "might shine at the foot if not at the head." San Francisco disaster in moving pictures at the Dime Thursday, Fro day and Saturday of this week. 56 J. D. Whelan, thj El Paso newspa per man, who visited here tlie first of the week, and Is planning to secure a paper In the valley, went to Texlco Wednesday. He expects to rvsturu In a few days. t. -r-r Mrs. J. B. Howell and sons of Tex arkana are visiting Mrs. ' Howell's brother, D. W, Owen. v.V !