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vhi-v'r'rT''virYTlr' i 1 1Mb WiiUKLV, HERALD, JANUARY 17, I9o7 a. .v m i-rr WW A Grocery Department tJOtimvanmmmuahua We have contemplated taking this step for a long time but not until now have we fully, de cided to close' out our Groceries. Owing to the enormous incrcr.se in ouj business we find it necessary to either get new quarters or lop off some department, hence, this decision to close out the Groceries so that can have all our space and can devote all our time and energy to our Dry Goods and kindred departments, which has about doubled in sales tfiis year. ' I Ins 5tociC di J. 1 000 Is new, clean and complete, and our aim is not to use over thirty days in disposing of the whole matter so that we may have a few days to arrange this space to accommodate other incoming goods. It is almost ' impossible to make complete list of .prices. ' We mean business Come and see what we can do and save money on Spring Supplies. Come quick while assortment is good. SALE BEGINS MONDAY, JANUARY 2 J st. WhiiB ft; Ml SALE. Macaroni or Dti-Jolnuon crass and, other grain. i firing wheat and Fjcltz. Both A. CAYTOX, ' :i and. absolutely frco' from Six miles Southeast of' Washburn. ' New and Secondhand Fumriare and Hardware vj. V. RICE:&:CO,';i ...iONJC 323 307 POLK ST A Possesses wonderful medicinal power over the human 'body, re moving all disorders from jour sys tem, Is what Ilolliater's Rocky Mounlaln Tea will do. Makes you well, keeps you well. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. J. w. McQueen Druggist. !!, Special to PnWytPauhandlo. Johrlco, Texas, jan. 11. The wonthor man seems to havo lust his "grji" on tho wavther thereby per. mlttlnx tho tomiKiafura to fall several decrees In Iho jrisb twelve hours In Johrlco. Even tho "hot air" .to som extent becoming "cooled." Farmers nro beginning to break sod and the year 1907 bids fair to bo tho most jironperouB In tho his tory of Johrlco farming. Fnrmora from other sections who havo re cently located In tho Jehrlco com munity will of course break nod, plant crops and contribute much to tho 'tanning industry. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. M annoy en tertained quite a number of Je'lirlco young people at their prct'y home In South Johrlco Thursday evening last. Curd games of vnio.m kinds woro Indulged In and refrsshmonis woro nerved nnd at a late l'-our the crowd dhtpovaod. At this writing the wind Is blow ing nnd It isn't "hot air" either, Farinqrti are thrashing tholr kaf- WRITES iOWfi;: fir corn and florgihum this wook. 1 1 1 i.- t.i ,i I . Several cars tin uu 6iiipycu uum Ing j10 CJlJ)W.ls uoUilng uad Jehrlco mis season. J. C. Kindred, of Rogcrsvllle, A KewComer to the Panhandle Writes Interesting Let- 1 ler to Iowa Paper, mo following Is an account of Amarlllo and tho Panahndlo writ Ion by Mr. Charles Sanger, to his frlendt) back In Vinton, Iowa. Mr. ami Mrs. Sanger aro now citizens of Amarlllo and naturally euthusl untlo boosters for 'tho panhandle: Kditor Vinton Eanlo; Being ro queiitod by many friends to write when wo reached our destination and not fooling equal to tho task, we will ask to Intrude on tho evor- patlent editor for epaco in his pa per to descrlbo our trip, well know- gets nothing in this Hfu for his service C22E TO T03-EY, S15TE3 fn to Von n4 Wviy tlalw ufTt1na m s woman. ; know wmiMit'i luffdrlnirt," liv fmin.l tin Dura. - 4 m.nt win. full InitruoUou.;.,' IMh corn -you. a,j rwler. for jourwlf i uJ JI..W h ur. your ui,i ur. r your mile? l wini toll you l'iw to ours TournHvn i ,nm, wTuimT. Ika Li U Ot Ooolof. livu Cumuit if.i'H mirtiiln. Vtlku. . wifiu uu.rn Know lriii.. ,)! '. i. I P"""1'. f' Minw brtuir than ny aK-ior I kil, rr: '' 1 Vl?i B,,ho", trm,rni I. a str .! .ur SnVXZ f' j i I -"'""'r y ninn aiK imrice I loratlun.OI.. ii- v ; , V U ',' ,al2'"' ''r""1 tJur,n or 0-'''' T Jnr. t t . , r , 7 fii ii u ( iii it, mr unrpiii v. m m lii h, we.rlnwn, HJ,y aill b-,Ud,r r,uhl, w w '''; tuJ by WMknc.wj picull.r to on ( I t-ii'-t l tend you kcainpirtt Irn4ayr'tra r hi. lawnl nllr.lv r. ... ., . 'l,ui"'lr.Uia(twHlcl)4yunochliitio(rlvau'(t If TOO bpiihl w:-li to ooiiiliiuc. It, will cmtTououly about It ilir. Jlwlll not InmrfiTx with tour worl- or tM-UKiinn. treatment (r.r your r r ,ir..r rr., In f) i!n wrnVir. I,r n-t urn mail, IrwitmMit ft fomt)1flta trhlt ftntl a : . . ' """n' rn wiiii yuiir won- or rvtuiuii in r."V. T7w"n,"rl,r?M nie how rou liL.Mr If tou fish, and 1 will uT. .,T. MRS. M. SUMMERS, Bo H. -. Notre Domo, lnd.,U. S.V 000 rijuaro mlleg and onc-half of this rough and cut up by tho Ca nadlan river. Rot' river and othar creek and canns. It Is rough, fall of Mi's, ravines, ditches, etc., and. in only fit for grazing purpos es; countless numbers of cattle horses and shCD crazo on the rr I I 1.. Trtl.Irt - t " " Vivv,ia Lllt5 I) II L 1 I J 1 1 RI ' 17 . . . 1CUII., arriviTU iu juuiii.u u luw uayn . MUnUS. ThO Othr inlf nf h !,, tit , 4u , a low invitations to wedd nir mid w ago. uu iii rw, gnnu. hndln v. fnrt- . ,nr,.hr,TitHn and r.-ftl nntato IimhI- e may give a ireo ad "',. ... . , . .. . n I to such thliiirH. l!)isiwl in tx .!,.. I DlO.'jt level :inn a mil rrrm . n nno. nerh wun ma oroincr. u. u. ----c-. o nuon - - v Kindred. ul Imtll'uco end"''eth forever. sovon feet deep that is very fo-tllt I ll'ltr Dm 1' H.,i . . I The ltock Island company have mmm adv. o we set and produces fino crops' of wihcnt. Kocnrnd new a cent rcc.enilv for "" io bouuiwcsi via Manufacturers of Leather Couches. Opposite Amarillo Hotel. Interstate Land and Immigration Company W. H. DOCItERY, Manager OF AMAKILLO, TEXAS Fnrm Lands and City Property. K West Fourth Street. All Business Intrusted to us will receive our careful attention Land AVitlneil. I desire to correspond with par ties owning rawor Improved lands la Northern Texas, who will offer them for sale at right, prices, and upon favorablo terms. ' Address, . It. CKKGOItY, J. Ray, formerly editor of the lereford Hrand, was mixing with Amarlllo friends this morning. Mr. Kay bcenmo one of tho host known editors In northwest Texas during his connection with tho Brand, which ho recently sold to a new management and tho press of tho Panhandlo regrets to seo him with draw from the ranks. nnld lw...1sir Imlrl. ....... . t fi i. t n ....... . . -"""i u.iiivj, naiiir cum, II llizo. n. tW.lr ,tntlnn hnra In Ihn noraon of 11, l' " 1 "l0 bl- J-OU1S Whero WO ' ' I nnnnr n ..in. Inifn. WllOnt ' VlOlllB frOm 'A( ir. Mr P.. C. nrdwnv. of I.nu hv r.. " '"-" " louiting over " - " Ky. Although a comparatively1"0' 'rom BU LouIb we took I ro. oats irom 30 to ... . . I till! K.'ltv Vlvni in II. Ion V, in x a ... ... young man, Mr. oruway ranks iuu., bwhj iv w ou, auaua making among the best operators and sta-h'll0re w0 8lient about a week visit- three to flyo cuttings and yielding tlon men of the Rock Island line '"b u,m i'"i'K"K ol me many a ton at a cutting. Bluo grass, red and the railway company Is to be 0011 mo gooa old mother clover and timothy all seem to congratulated In securing tho ser- "n11 PPnrcd for tho toomo-comlng. grow and do well whero triad. Com vires of such an efficient man for 7"m u we iook ino M. K. & owing to tho high latitude docWt their station here. T" thr01Kh southern Kansas and produco as heavy crop as in lower "Onco to every man and nation iernwiry to Oklahoma City; climates whore tho summers aro Comes tho moment to decide, mrougii the rlc4) oil fields Wftrmer. Tho thermoniotcr seldom I ff I. rtlUK. .. n .1 1 .1 I m . I In tho Btrife of truth with false " imuaa icrruory. registers as high as 80 in tho hot- hood, , B(mi 01 lno largest oil and gas test summer months according to For tho good or evil sldo." wu,lB 1,1 ino woria ai-o located In the United States weather record Kvery Individual must decide, r"" ' ""'"u many ot wnich located hero. Some of tho fruits every' individual does decide," do- We couia 8e operaUon from tho do well, such as peaches, apple clared Postmaster II. D. Klnred in "a,n aim wero muen Jnterest to plums, grapes, pears and berries nn lmpasslonod address recently at inu " All kinds of vegetables grow arid tho school Ihouse in Jehrlco, In OKianoma city, tho metropolis of produce well, sweet potatoes yield whlcli this manly young man bodly p"11"""' " a population tor ng as nigh as from 400 to BOO nolnttd out to a large audience aUout 40,000 and Is said to be the bushels ner aero and some of tho some of tho errors and inconslst- IlnL'Bt commercial city in the Unit- larger ones weighing 10 to 12 encea as practiced by that element ed States for Its size and age. Its pounds each. If any of ye old of hypocrites, parasites, docolvers Binws are all paved with asphalt, neighbors doubt those sayings come nnd Imposters who do not regard lts street car system and railroad and look for yourselvce; "seeing is tho Christian religion as being sa- j laciiuies aro among tho best to bo believing." crod enough to possess even tho unynei?, ana u puts on an i am glad to say that Mrs. San slightest semblance of tho faith 111 r 01 u c,ty "lany ''mi's Its bIzo. gcr seems to bo much Improved nnd themselves and with whom Chrlstl- 11 l0(,s a largo wholesale and retail we only hone that this lilsh altitude anlty Is only a mnek. Ills remarks buslnebs and is surrounded by somo will contluo to Improve her. The were good, wholesome advice and 01 tuo ue8- farming country to be Kaglo is a welcome caller twlco a were greatly appreciated by his tolina " Oklahoma, some of these week, wo are always glad to see It hearers. Mr. F day from a visit of some length a,m prouueing abundantly of such sorrow and sadness, viz. In the sad with friends In Aurora, 111. Mr. "ops as corn, wheat, alfalfa am death of our neighbor and towns Keator is one of our most substan- tton. After viewing the city and man, W. II. Eilyson tlal ranchmen. spending tne night there, wo took wishing you all kinds of good Nat P. Shaw, manager of the tno c- R- I- & P. Limited for Am- luck and prosperity, I -remain, racy, he represented the owners of the vohhoI and even Instituted ac tion In the United States district court for tho District of Columbia to insure the payment of his fee out of the money awarded to tho vessel owners. ' 5 , A ltr.rgaln If you wish to buy a bargain, oil you have, to do Is to get a bottlo of Dr. Caldaeli's (laxative) Syrup Pep- filn and uho It at the lcwHt sign of headache, Indigestion, etc. This small Investment will bo the bestbar- iriln you ever bought, for it will bring you health at a nominal cost. Try it. Sold by J. W. McQueen at GOc and 91.00. Money back If It falls. 1-1 nv lands sellng at a distance from the sometimes It brings glad news nnd Y. Kcaton returned Mon- L"y Ul irom IUU 10 J125 I,cr aero joy and at other times it brings Jehrlco Lumber company, tho C. It. informs I arillo, Texas; passed through' EJ tho writer that he Is doing a pros perous lumber business. New York L?nl nntl Copper. New York, Jan. 14. Lead and Associated Press, - copper unchanged. 1 ' i " ' -Jim tL W Sfl ;IIM ii U. ikd J S mm It.''., - 4X iiiiir. Miller "IIii;li Lire" I3eer is a lccr of snperior Oualily. We strive for rjtiality. We brew from tlic choicest Malt and Hops. , We use every precaution to insure absolute purity and cleanliness. We age our Beer thoroughly. We filter through fine pulp wood and sterilize eery bottle. We grow our own Yeast. r , ' By doing this we obtain superiority of quality and the rich ''Miller" taste that is evident in every bottle of "High Life" Beer. , . , Reno, Gary and other western Ok- lahonia towns, saw some good ocuntry and lots of poor country. We arrived at Amarlllo, O. K. but mo cnuaren ana uuio woman were pretty well tired out. Amarlllo Is located about midway of tho groat Panhandle country and she Is called tho "Queen City of tho Panhandle," has a population of 10,000 and 1b tho biggest littlo city I have ever seen. Amarlllo does as mi'ch business as many cities of double her size, does a considerable wholesale busi ness throughout tho whole Pan- Ihand'o country and Is a good rail road center. The C. R. I. & P., Fort Worth & Denver City and Santa Fo railroad all go through Amarillo. Thv Santa Fo company is making this 'the main lino be tween Chicago, Kansas City and L03 Angelce and -will run all their transcontinental business through Amarillo. Amarlllo seomo to be on tho move. There liavo been over fiOO new houses built here since last May and tfhero aro over 180 being built; in addition to theso there are threo now roundhouses and machine shops going up, new Yours respectfully, 'CIIAS. W. SANGER. Con nly Assessor 'Waylaid. J. W. Coulter of Leslio, S. D., As sessor of Stanley County, relates the following: "I was waylaid by a com plication of throat and lung troubleh' bronchitis, asthma and . a terrible cough, which had affected mo for years, when I was persuaded to try Dr. King's New Discovery. Relief came almost immediately, and In a s'hort thno a permanent cury re sulted." No other medicine com pares with it as a sure and quick cure for coughs and colds. It cures after all other remedies have faPed. Every bottlo guaranteed at L. O. Thompson & Bros.' drug store. Price 50c and 1 1.00. Trial bottlo free. 1-1 m. FOUR MINERS KILLED IN EXPLOSION Clinton, 111., Jan. 14 Four -miners were killed in a gas cxploslno In a mine hero this mocnlng. It ! Is not known how many more men woro In the mine but It Is thought that six or seven more' will be found dead. Six of the Injured have been brought out. ' ALL THE WOULD, is a stage and Ballard's Snow Lin iment plays a most prominent part. It has no superior for Rheumatism' stiff joints, cuts, sprains, and 'all pains. Buy it, try It and you will always uso it. Anybody who lias used, Ballard's Snow- Liniment is a living proof of what it docs. Buy, a bottle. 25c, &0c nd $1.00. Sold by L. O. Thompson & Bros. ( CLUBS AND CLUB MEETINGS SERIOUS CHARGES AGAINST PIERCE Associated Press. Washington, D. C, Jan. ft Pil&TTON Phone 245 413 PolK Street It '"W c' ..... ';. ? m .. .. t.S-V.1 TEf ,.K7 la M ii7 ft .8 H3Fff f'V'IW'f'. 14. passenger depot by the Santa Fe, Sensational charges against Her- gas plant, sr.j-cet- cars, nuns, cie-1 iert If. D. Pierce, United, States vators, factories etc all being I ,nstcp t() Norway who formcry nuin hiiu arranging to uuiui. l have traveled nronnd n littlo hnflwa8 never saw such a hustling little stat0' wcro mnde betore tho llousc nlace. tho hotels and restaurants committee- on ways means today by are simply swamped, they can't Professor W. H. Elliott, of Clove take care of tho people In a decent land, Ohio, In connection with tho way. It is said that pcoplo sleep hearing on tho resolution for fur In the streets every night. I see ther protection' of fur seals. El pooplo living in stables and tents. Molt states that wniie Fierce was Such Is tho crowded, condition here representing the United States bo In Amarlllo. There is great de- fore, the Hague tribunal in tho sst mand at good wages for all kinds tlcment of the claims growing out of labor, though rent is high. The or tho seizure of tho scaling vessel, Panhandlo you hear bo much about I.T. Hamilton Lewis, by the Russian comprises a territory of about 25,-'government upon the charge of pi Woman's Club. Mrs. B. T. Ware entertained the Gorman meeting of the Woman's club last. Thursday afternoon at her homo on Taylor street. The mom" hers responded to "roll call wit h quotations from German authors. Mrs. II. A. Nobles told tho Inter esting story of tho city of BerHn. Mrs. Thomas F. Turner gave a song. Mrs. D. W. Owen reid a hi ographlcal sketch of Lesslng and Mrs. Lewis Anthony gavo a reading from Schiller. The afternoon closed with a social half-hour over a two courso luncheon. - ,. J. U. G. Cub. Tho J. j. Q. club met lnsj week with Miss Iva Nobles at ther home on Taylor stroet. Tho members discussed their library plans at a short 'business meeting after which, tho members, guests and "alumni" members of whom a number wore present, spent tho afternoon at progressive forty-two. Tho hostess served refreshments of grape Juico, wafers, bon-bons and fruit salad. Iberian Club. De Koven and Bartlett were the composers studied at the meeting of the Pierian club last Thursday aft ernoon at the torfmo of Mrs. J. I. Kendrlck on Fillmore street. Miss By n um read an Interesting bio graphical sketch of the two men.' Mrs. Kirkes sang the "Littlo Boy Blue," Eugene Field's poem to. mu sic fey Barlett and answered cn cores with ' tho "Rosary." Mrs. Oiiarles "Flsk furnished two vocal numbers for tho prograra. Tin hostess served & dainty two coune luncheon ' at t'ho close cf the after noon. V 7 St. I-ofiis Spelter. Associated Pi ess. St. Louis, Jan. 14 Spelter steady .556.70. aaka..-' m.m.f .- ai.ja ,a. .-.. .. a j m.t.f .. r,.