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THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JULY 17, I9O6.
8 I r. 1 EUREKA FUR n $S WITH Correct Service v. and Rates ' Writ for Booklet, tV C. W. STRAIN, 0. P. A., Fort Worth X ' 1 ," X :' ..,....ii.i.i.ii,iiii,-iili.i,i.,.i,li.ii'...ni ! . M.7 li ,v.,...,mm , ii nil mm n ii i In.. II f VACATION r.,r "See America First" f f "Scenic Line of the World' will ColoTdo Sprogs,.Manltfla jnd Pueblo to all the scenic .points of interest;. In' Colorado and Utah. Our booklet "Vacation Estimates tells you about the 1 many wonderful place in Colorado Colorado Springs, Mamtou, Pikes Peak, Royal Gorge, Marshall Pass. Ouray and Glenwood Springs and the cost to tee them. . . . .... ., . ... .. A IboutMad UII$ Around th Clrettor atrip to Salt Lake City and return are unsurpassed in scenic attractions and inexpensive. . Open Top Observation Cars, SEATS FREE . Through the Canons during the Summer Months Write for free descriptive literature to , S. K. HOOPER, den'l Passenger Ajent Denver. Colo. The Panhandle Do You Know Where the?.' J Panhandle of Texas is? ; ' '' ; JX yott know of the ninny mlvan 'tnges the' rnnhanille' holds put. to j jlIoHiestjf lr ? . If ) ou don't ,8til ' want tok.no all alwut the Pan handle, write,, me for descriptive literature, V1 . ' ."' 4 . " .. REDUCED RATES m-rmtmm " 1 '" 1 0 Q l 17 3TK . .'..'ri. - fflfE have our new quarters W at 123 Fifth street' fit ted up. We are now ready for , business. If you have anything to sell list it with .us. If you want to buy xome and see us. P. L. Person 123 Filth Street SEASON Spend your vacation in Colorado which is brimful of attractions where the exhilaration of the pure -'dry air enables you to live tht'genulne outdoor life where game is plentiful where the streams are teeming with .trout, and where you will see the most famous moun "tain peaks, passes and canons in America. During the tourist season the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad make special low rates from Denver ' Ths Southern Kansas Railway of Texas and the ' Pecos ' Valley Lines fra verse the Panhandle ot : 1 1 , TO HQMESEEKERS. D. L. Meyers, Trafric Manager P, V. Lines and Southern Kansas Ry, Co. OP TEXAS. 4 I Real Estate Co Phone 627 us WANTj ADS. 1 (One cent a word tor first insertion half a cent a word each insertion follow in;. Minimum charge 15 cents, payable in advance. For Sale niscellaneous. FOU SALE White rabbits with pink eyes; harmless pets for children; fifty cents each; also thoroughbred Barred Plymouth Rock Hens and young Cockerels. Hens, 50 cents each; cockerels, $1.00 each. IlEMUS ELLY, 57-58 Miami, Tex. LAND FOR SALE 3 sections of land In Hutchinson Co., Tex. Will sell one, two or three sections. Buy from owner and save agent's commis sion. JAMES C. HENDERSON, 57-59p Bugbee, Texas. FOR SALE Some fine Durham Milk Cows. Just (five from 3 to 4 gals, milk per day. Apply to Mrs. Fred Chase at Chase ranch, 3 1-2 miles south of town. 47tf FOR SALE Clean newspapers for sale at Herald office. 41-tf FOR SALE CHEAP Billiard and pool tables, with equipment. Am arlllo Hotel. 55-56 Wanted niscellaneous. WANTED Two or three more pupils to take lessons In Spanish. Terms Instructor, No. 200 E 8th, corner Taylor. Phone 625. 57-58p YOUNG MAN of 24 . wants position with reliable firm in bank or office; five years' experience,. In national banks; habits good and am-reliable: best of references, or will furnish bond If required. Address Box 81, Roswell. N. M. 56-57 WANTED Two bright vouncr men in each county in the Panhandle to write in surance. ' Splendid proposition. Box 216 Amarillo. 52U WANTFD A good hustler in every town to tell our perfect water filters, (juick sellers,' different styles retail from 1 1. So to $S.oo. ioo per cent profit. Sen eca Filter Co,, Seneca, Mo. 5o-5Hp WANTED To rent a house of 4 or 5 rooms. , W. Hoppin, Herald office. 47tf WANTED Clean cotton rags at the Herald office. 52tf ' LOST About 11a. m., July 9, a pair of gold-rimmed spectacles, be tween 7th and 8th sts. Finder return to this office and receive reward. 55-57p For Rent. FOR RENTVNear town pasturage for stock. A. M. Potter. 4"tf FOR RENT Rooms for rent.' Call at 701 Jackson. tf FOR SALE24 Very fine , Hereford yearlings.' Apply to Mrs. Fred Chase at the Chase ranch 3, miles south of Ama rillo. 55tf HlinhpV A1 Turner rhflAl High grade training school; prepare for col llUyilCr tt IUIIIM OUIUUI.. lege or for life. Thorough training given in Weatherford, Teiaa English, History, Mathematics. Latin, Greek French, German, Spanish and Science. Not only do our students enter the State University and other Texas Schools without examination, but Vanderbilt University also acoepts our certificate. Eminent educators of this and other states endorse our work. Write for letters and catalogue. further information write, J. P. TURNER. IP 43 SECTION RANCH Situated in Brewster county, on railroad near town. Watered by windmills and tanks. All good grass land. 18 sections patented, 1? sections purchased school land, 8 sections leased PRICE: $2 per acre for patent land, ft bonus on homestead land, Throw In leases. With the ranch 1500 cattle at $16, throw In calves up to June 1, 1906. 700 or 800 calves expected. 54 registered black muley bulls with the herd TURNEY & McKINNEY, ALPINE, FREWSTER COUNTY. TEXAS. MONARCH LAND and LOAN COMPANY DEALERS IN TEXAS PANHANDLE and NEW MEXICO LANDS Are offering some attractive bargains for investment, and it will pay you to see us before purchasing. We have branch offices with active Managers in the principal Northern and Eastern cities, and also active agents wiho are regularly bringing in prospective buy ers, therefore, with our headquarters now established'at Amarillo, we are in position to render efficient service to both buyers and sellers. OWNERS of lands for sale are Invited to list with us, and they, as well as PROSPECTIVE BUYERS, are cordially Invited to call on or write us. OFFICE, SANBORN BUILDING Opposite Amarillo Hotel Amarillo -n- Texas THE MARKETS. UusnIuii Whi'iit Crop Duiiuikv Semi TrlccN Higher on Foreign and liocal Market. ' Chicago. 111., July 16. Wheat traders were greeted with a super abundance of news, which was of a bullish character and calculated to show the shorts the error of their way. Many of the aforementioned gentleman evidently had Implicit faith In its Importance, as the record of the days' transactions Included much covering of short holdings. While, the crop on this Bide seems to be all right, the foreign situation is not so encouraging, reports from Russia and the Danube stating that heavy rains were impeding the pro gress of harvesting. This news and the light world's shipments scared the Englishmen and the Liverpool market was very strong, closing prices being d to Id higher. The local market was stimulated by the foreign advices and opening . prices were d to a full cent higher, there being a good many foreign buying orders executed on the call. Sales of the cash article for export were al so good a local operator covered a large line of shorts during the In itial trading, all of this causing a further gain of slight dimensions. After the first few minutes the mar ket turned dull, but maintained its strength, despite the fact that the heavy estimates for tomorrow caused some selling. Final figures showed a net gain of c to -c. Local re ceipts, 334 cars, against 37 this day last year. The visible supply de creased "09,000 bushels last week. Corn. Corn market was not affected by the advance in wheat, but ruled very dull and entirely featureless through out the session. Closing prices show ed a loss of Mc Local receipts, 24 2 cars, against 251 cars this day last year. The visible supply decreased 412,000 bushels last week. Oat. Oats market ruled easier today. Trading was In light volume and closing figures showed a net loss of c to c. Local receipts, 106 cars, against 123 cars this day last year. The visible supply decreased 2S5, 000 bushels last week. Provisions. Provisions were uot In demand, the market being dull. Final fig ures showed small losses In value. Cuttlo Value Steady Hog Prices Weak. Combined rattle md calf receipts were not on a very extensive scale for the first market day of the week, reaching only 3,800 head, the calves totalling 2,200 head Steers The supply of beef steers was about normal, but was sadly lacking in quality, no strictly good steers be ing on offer. The bulk of the killing steers was made up of a fair to me dium class, and In the absence of bet ter material, packers bought the b6st of these, generally at steady prices. Fourth year opens Sept. 1 1th. 1906. For A. M . Prin. The best of the medium steers made I3.40Q3.70, prices considered 10c higher than the close of last week. Some little difficulty was experienced intworking off the bulk of the light weight steers, packer orders being for the better grades. Kunsas City Puts and Calls. Kansas City, July 16. Following were the puts and calls on this mar ket to-day: Wheat Puts, 71 c; calls, 71V4c. Corn Puts, 4 8 Vic; calls, 4 7c. Kansas City Cash (Jraln Ma;ket. Kansas City, July 10. Cash grain was quoted to-day as follows: Wheat July, 70sc; December, 73 Vic; old July, 70 4 c; old Septem ber. 71 Vic Corn July, 4 8 Vic bid; September, 4 8 4 8 c bid ; December, 4 4 & 44 c. Oats September, 35 Vic Relief Association, 22. A number of gentlemen met last night and organized No. 2, Relief as sociation, 22. The object of the association is to pay sick benefits, and the member ship is limited to 22 In number. S. C. Chapman was elected secretary. Feel Impending: Doom. The feeling of impending doom n the minds of many victims of bright's disease and diabetes has been changed to thankfulness by the benefit derived from taking Folney's Kidnev Cure. It will cure incipient bright's disease and dia betes and even in the worst cases gives comfort and relief. Slight disorders are cured in a few days. "I had diabetes in its worst form," writes Marion Lee of Dunreath, nd. "I tried eight physicians without relief. Only three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure made me a well man." Golding Drug Co. 53-61 I .and for Homes. I will sell a part of my section (Forest Hill), one mile northeast from R. R. depot, In small tracts, to suit purchasers desiring same for Im provement and homes, not for specu lation. N. C. MARTIN. 57-61i Baptist Association Meets. The Palo Duro Baptist association convenes at the First Baptist church at Dalhart, beginning Thursday, July 19th, and continues till Sunday, the 22d. Several of Amarlllo's citizens are expected to attend in addition to the following messengers that were chos en: .Mr. and Mrs. D. Gilvln, Mr. and Mrs. yv, H. Fuqua, Rev. and Mrs. B. Hatcher; Mr. J. L. Smith and Rev. E. P. Aldredge. Rev. Aldredge will preach the Introductory sermon. This association includes sixteen counties, and the largest attendance in the his tory of the organization is expected. It Is thought that the next meeting will be held in this city. . The Daily Panhandle office for the best kind of printing. Makes the Liver Lively. Orino Laxitive Fruit Syrup gives permanent relief in cases of ha bitual constipation as it stimulates the liver and restores the natural action of the bowels without irri tating these organs like pills or or dinary cathartics. Does not naus eate or gripe and is mild and pleas ant to take. Remember the name Orino ' and refuse substitutes. Golding Drug Co. 53-61 The Polytechnic College Fort Worth - Texas. Rev. H. A. Roaz, M. A., D. D. President, the leading educa tional Institution in Northern Texas. Is making the most phenominal progress of any Institution in the slate. Location healthful, retired, ideal. A faculty of 30 experienced and competent professors, teachers and officers. New building, good equipment. 7n students in attendance last year. Stand ard curriculum, leading to B. S., and B. A., degrees. Excep tional advantages offered in Music, Art and Oratory. A splen did school of commerce is maintained, also a Kindergarten Teachers Training School. Military training, band instruction and gymnasium without ex tra cost. Young ladies Home under care of President and wife. Young mens Home under care Prof. Sigler and wife. A $15,000 Science Hall and $12,000 Conservatory In Course Of Construction. For information, and catalogue, address, REV. J. D. Y 0UNG us. Mgr. FORT WORTII.-TEXAS. Xew Elevator Receives Shipment. Mr. James Logue of Washburn bears the distinction of having made the first shipment of grain to the Star Mill and Elevator company of this city. He sold o them, last Sat urday, two car loads of oats about 2..200 bushels one car was sacked, for which he received 32 cents per bushel, and one wss bulk, for which he received 28 cents. Mr. Logue says his crop was a good quality and yield ed about 40 bushels to the acre. The gentleman has been a resident of Washburn nineteen years, having come from Tennessee to file on three sections. Many years, he says, have been hard ones, and at times his "stickabillty" would almost be gone, but he managed to stay In spite of all the adversities, and Is at last a win ner. He sold the last of his three sections last week, the sum received for all being $20,820. This. Foley's Honey and Tar has cured many, cases of asthma that were considered hopeless- Mrs. Adolph Buesing, 701 West Third St., Davenport, Iowa, writes: "A severe cold contracted twelve years ago was neglected until it finally grew into asthma. The best medical skill available could not give me more than temporary relief. Foley's Honey and Tar wa3 recommended and one fifty cent bottle entirely cured me of asthma which had been growing on me for twelve years. If I had taken it on the start 1 would have been saved years of suffering." Golding Drug Co. 53-61 To Denver Itoand. Sunday was a Jolly day with the Elks. Several special trains passed through Amarillo, Denver-bound, bearing hundreds of them to the big convention, and nearly all day a crowd of the local fraternity was at the station to see them and greet them. A Bpeclal from Houston bore about the liveliest bunch of all, and together with the "Hooligan" band, did Justice to the occasion; much more, so than a dozen fire whistles could do. The Roswell crowd came down in a special car and was Joined here by a number from the Amarillo lodge. It is understood that the local obys went over to capture the '07 con vention for Dallas, and we know they will do It. t). C. Coree ha resigned his po sition In the mechanical department of the P. V. lines i"d will return to his home In Fort Worth. TO-NIGHT Benton Comedians IN Three Years In Arkansaw." Crowdus Bros. Hides, Wool and Storage. Phone IGI, Cor 5th & Grant sts -mu.mm, en mm immrw"TP r 1 f "