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THE TWICn-A WEEK HERALD, JULV 27.
Jl .JOi r3 Yf, lU ; )m K r ft3a ii)wk,r' ti out"!. (AS Cl aw We offer the above 'cash premiums on products grown in the iPanhandlc of Texas, and exhibited by the grower, as fohcvvs: iFor the best sample of Wheat in the sheaf i?5.oo IFor the second best sample of Wheat in the sheaf 2.50 IFor the third best sample of Wheat in the sheaf l.oo IFor the best sample of Oats in the sheaf 5. 00 IFor the second best sample of Oats ."n the shea? 2.5o IFor the third best sample of Oats in the sheaf S.00 IFor the best sample of Rye in the sheaf 5.00 IFor the second best sample of Rye in the Sheaf 2.5o IFor the third best sample of Rye in the sheaf l.oo IFor the best sample of Barley in the sheaf 5.00 IFor the best sample of Threshed Wheat S.00 IForthe. second best sample of Threshed Vheat 2.5o IFor the third best sample of Threshed Wheat l.oo IFor the best sample of Threshed Oats 3.00 IFor the second best samyle of Threshed Oats 2.5o IHor the third best sample of Threshed Oats l.oo . Inorrthe best b undle Alfalfa 5.oo IFor the second best bundle of Alfalfa 'i.50 (C3SE35& Mil Premiums koBe aM In CbsIi itf (Our office on August J5th,tf 906. All samples must be retained by us. We 'have secured the following well known gentlemen to act as judges: ljudge J. W. Crudgington, Prof. L. A. Wells and B. C. D. Bynum. All Samples will be numbered r.s they are received, and corresponding rum ibers kept on record with name cf exhibitor. In this way no one will know whose products are being judged, or who will receive the premium until tthe records are examined. All samples must b?. in our office at 6 p. m., .August 14, 1906. ."' t J .Our object in making this offer is to secure samples for our four or five Jnundrcd agents in Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois and other ccastern states, to each of whom we will send some of these samples. We want every firmer in the Panhandle, who is interested in advertising this country, to co-ope rate with us and bring the best he has to offer. 1 Tz-- un mmjw m ni run tm i. hiiw nin ii-i-iWiiiiTuri-iir it I 11 A Ft 10H vO R. h. MALONE, Local Manager. Office, 119 5th St., Russell Block. Telephone No. 23. i We will be glad to meet at our office all who have hJ land or town property for sale. & & RUSSEL SAGE'S WILL Bclk cf Immense Fortune will Fall to Widow. Hi: Now Tor!', .inly 27. Kxcopl "or r Vr.' r.mall 1 nt'st- 'o rrlatlv";, 1;,o iMylni'fl 0 11 htfi UlKl. fpRfHf h loft. ' his widow, Tlu-i'S In tt clu'iltiible quort Jm Ukj will, but T.iorc la nolh liiK to ItKllcaf! the value of Ihn cs- tuto. Xow YorL . .1 uly 17. Km li in thr noplicwB n ncl niocps of llnssoll S:ic ix li ft 3 2., 00(i. The noctlnn In his will licqitPutliiiiK tho bulk of tho es tate to Mrs. Piiro roads tliut hho U to "have and to hold tho came ubsoluto- ly tiinl forfver." Tho fxri'utorn a.-c Mrs. Fatro, Dr. John P. M;r.n, for many years Sanc's rh.vslelan, niul CharleH W. Onhorno, who has bad charge oT l-utr's :;ffalr la this city. A llltxinoss Chatter. (Kroni Dally Panhandle of Ttt :.:iluy.) X S. (Irises, mi old citizen ol Anin rlllo, yesterday bought tho Interest of .). 1. Kondiii 1; la the Madder-Ken-yon Furniture company, and hits ns Ktimed netive management, of tlw Imsiiii i;b. Mr. GrlpRH, tho now propvli'tor, Is by no moans a mriinfier to the bnsi nea public of AniHi'lllo, havinp; boon In business for tho last eUht years. WANT ADS. (Ono cent a word for flrit iniartion half a cent a word each insertion follow, ing. Minimum charge 15 cents, payable in advance. Ml tie Hoy (iets n I'.i olicu I.ctf. (Front Daily Pnnhandlo of Tuesday.) Marshall Whitehead, lire ''.-year-old koii of John Whitehead, on Lin coln htreet, broke his l 't? yesterday by falling from the porch of the home. The little fellow was playing rather vigorously mid, in running, fell from tho i'dse of the porch, a dlstatvo of only about eighteen Inch es, breaking tho shin bone. Dr. Lumpkin dossed the fracture. Tile boy fitandn the trial like a vet eran, and is prpmlsvd an early vrov-cry. I When yon need lee phone r. t . 50if K von wiiiu to sell your land and city proiK-rty, list it with the S. M. Cotton Land f.nd Immigration Co. office at tho .Mcintosh hotel. Swretnry Hoot Arrives. Hlo dc Janeiro, July 7. Secre tary Lllhn Hoot irrlveil 'hero today from rSahlK, and v.as v.elcomed by a rei'iTsrntatlve of the r;.?neral IUo llranco, thy DrazHlan foreign minis ter, and by tho civil and military uu iiiorltlcs. lie was heartily cheered bv the i'.scmliled crowds. Honor Memory of Cjovcrnor. .New Cumberland. IV... July 27. Governor Pennypacker will deliver an addres tonight at the celebration in honor of tho Into Governor Geary, which began hero thin morning with an elaborate eivlc und industrial pa rade. Tho celebration will be con tinued tomorrow. Vood Teinplni'8 nt IJoston. Uosion, July 27. The national convention of the order of Good Tem plars is in session here. Tho meet- ltu- 'ii la:t until tomorrow evening. A I ev ItniRnliiH In Heal Kxtnte. Thivo house close In, rent for $.14 per month; $ 1,230.00; half cash; bal. one and two years. Threo 4 0-p.cro tracts of land ad joining Ihe city: ?3.".00 iier ae-c; !; I C ctvdi, bal. to r.ult. Om 4 -room louse, wvll loerted, (orner lot, east front, ?l,3tin. One corner lot and 2-room Iioubo, ?:((); rcit.-) far $00.00 per year. One i tcllon of land, with improve ments which rro worlh$2,r00. Al at. 313.00 per acre bonu:: one third cash, bal. five years; G mr c?nt. Deferred payments $1,000 per year. This sect'en Is located 2 miles from Washburn, f.Pd will bo worth ?2O,00 per ;'.cisj within six montlis. One Beet ion 8 miles from Aniarillo, well improved; $13.00 bonus. Ono section nmooth bnd, 20 nil. from city, $7.00 patented. 100 tracts to mitt, purchases. 50,000 acres patented at. n bargain. IXTKKSTATK LAND (: JM.MIGTl TTOX CO. lot) Vv' 4th rt. rhonc 330. r. C-t f Tjjlf wvciijr ye VJ of T:menber .thij iLnou vrnt water rroof .oilcdmtj. auitj.hiU or hs;i wodi-f-r 6li-kir,d of v.it v.:rk. - . J 7o0.t05TOHrM.V'i USA. .Tcrfin im.'MH m.it.ut io;aiiK ciu. ".l 111" nr-- Ifn ii , i n - r t i For Sale niccl!neous. FOR SALK White rabbitu with pink eyea; hnrmless pots for childrou; fifty rcnta each; also thoroughbred Barred Plymouth Rock lieno and youtiff Coelwreln. Henn, r.O rents each; cockerels, f 1.00 r-nrh. ItRNMS MliLLV. R7-oS Miami, Ter. LANlflOirSATi': 3 FocUons of land In Hutchinson Co., Tex. Will sell one, two or threo aoctlonR. Duy from owner and nave. njront'H commis sion. JAMBS C. IIKXniJttPOX,. 5 7 -T f p Pugbc?, Texas. FOR SALE Some fine Durham Milk Cows. Just rive from 3 to 4 rulo. mill: per day. Apply to Mrs. Fred Chase at Chase ranch, 6 1-2 miles south of town. 47tf FOR SALE Clean neweoaDors for sale at Herald office. 41-tf FOlt SALK One, two nnd oao-hnlf borce-power i;asoline engine; also n variety of Hue tools; will trado for stock, either eattlo or hogs. A. If. Webstor, City Meat Market. 57-tf FOlt SALK A flno four-Ballon Dur ham milch cow. W. R. Root. Phono 4033 rings. 5(l-C0p STRAYED Away from PottlnKcr's Btuble, on tho 3rd or 4th, a blood bay horse, branded JAY on '-'loft shoulder, near on left side and thigh; $').00 reward for return to A. P. Hill or J. V. Pollnger. tiC-liO For Rent. FOR RENT Near town pasturage for stock. A. M. Potter. 47tf FOR RENT Rooms for rent. Cal! at 701 Jackson. tf FOR RKXT SO acres, ten miles east of Amarlllo, in section C, Potter Co. Also, want 100 acres broken up; will give use for one year for break ing. Address J. F. Scunnell, Care M., K. & T. Ry. Co.. Hlllsboro, Tex. 5 K - G 1 . Wanted niscellaneous. WAXTKD Men and 3 or 4 horse team for farm work. Particular job and cannot promise employment to poor workman. Conio to Experi mental Farm. . T.S-59 WANTED To rent a house of 4 or 5 rooms. W. Hoppin, Herald oftice. 47tf Room o cast side wanted by a young man. Address A. II. I,., care of Herald. 5 1 -tf WANTED Clean cUton racs at the Herald olfice. 62tf WANTED One to fivo sections good plains land, near town on railway. Address F. M. Xobles & Son, Auro ra, 111. 59-(i2p WANTED To exchange, brick house and offlco (13 rooms) and $2,500 mcdleul practice in Illinois for smooth land near Aniarillo. J. L. Moore, Ranker Hill 111. 59-81p AGRICULTURAL und Mechanical College ot Texas tho technical branch of tho University; agricul ture, horticulture, mil 111 a 1 husbandry, Mochauicsl, civil, electrical, textile and architectural engineering. Tui tion free; actual necessary expenses, including clothes nnd books, $155 por session. Qualified applicants IS or over enter on certificate without examination. Careful training given in tho general aubjects, Ennllsh, his: tory, mathematics, modern lungtuifceB nnd the applied sciences, which for tho foundation for techlucal Instruc tion. File your application now. Catr aloguo free on request. H. II. liar-l-lniiton, L. L., President. College Station, Texas. ' D9-62 Lost. LOST Given broadcloth cape, trluir i,:cd with black lace. Roturn to Herald oflkc or Mro. J. D. Shuford, 1110 Jcffereon st. C--tf Sanitary connections rud all plumbing work done in the quick? est time by II. A. Campbell, plunt. ber, sttccesfor to Campbell ,& Big per. ' 451'. i'lill Sswiolatcd Press reports, mip pl.'iuented by specl-.l Texar :-erv.:c? I Dally P.uihuntM.'. " Crowdus Bros. Hides, Wool and Storage. Phoiid 101, Cor 5th R Grant sis Senator's Mimlcrer Dies on Callows. Montsonory, Aln., July 27. John WUManis of Cullmnn county, who w as convicted of I lie murder of Plato Senator Robert Hipp, was banned today. Tho crlnw for which Williams was executed occurred when Hipp, accompanied by imvrrnl officers, at tempted to rerve pape.-s in H civil Btilt. .Williams open-d firo on th. men, woundlnp; nn officer and kllllni; Hipp. Mexicans Ansted. . City Marshal Snyder yesterday af ternoon arrested a couple of Mexi cans, on tho charges of being drunk end of carrying concealed wvapons. Tho "umbrl" wero full up for a tltn j( but tho 'usual" nnd trimmings there by nttnhed nerved to put them again In tho right stnto of mind. Cnnvcn.iei-i of Fdiicatei . Morpnnto'.vn. V. Va.. July 27. The opening; of tho Unlver,ly sum mer school hero today Is marked by a convention of tho leading teachers and educators of the statj. riinurl Old Settlers MiWitf. Pprlnp.leld, Ma, Jnly 27.---The ol4 '.ttl.'rn ot th-j Onrk'i nra holding a icunlo'i and picnic near hero today, fi veral cj:;?c;ips will be tntidJ. If yoi want he ), n Dally ranhan d! vrnt ad will find it for yo-i. mm mmm W . WW BOULDER CHAUTAUQUA.feMif ft4 llftTv SPRINGS FAR V Wm 1 1 WITH Correct Service and Rates Write for Booklet, C. W. STRAIN, Q. P. A., Fort Worth V r EC Ch3ff Your Stasy 'lhc chew that's always askerj forthe chief want of everv chewer the Itantlard chew fur over forty years still, as always, both the best and most economical chew made n, rPLUQ CHEWl?:r TOBACCO Only the choice, ripe, fine-bodied leaf is good enough for "Star "that's why it is so sweet, juicy and so lasting that's why a 10c. plug of "Star" chews Detter and twice as long ns other chews that seem bigger. " Everywhere the call is for'ta'revery time it's the chew that is chosen and every bite is .'.'chewed dry.'-" 150,000,000 loc. pieces sold annually In All Stores. 4 I V w v