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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 31 March 1905

1 i I he rwicesiWeek IT IT inierai VOL. XIX. AMARILLO, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1905 NO. 26 The Bank Clearings at Amarillo for the Week Ending March 28th, 1905, $81,083.08 d .fir Lit 4.. LEE SPECIAL 25 KITCHEN CABINETS (Reg. Price $6.50) CLOSE OUT Price $4.oo 10 KITCHEN CABINETS (Reg. $5 kind) CLOSE OUT Price $3.00 10 LAWN SWINGS (Reg. $7.50 value) CLOSE OUT Price $4 50 CARPETS Wiltons, IlrusrseU, Ingrains. New patterns for the Spring Seasons. We have a display of new effectsthut are appre ciated by the most critical buyers, RUGS" Turkish, Indian, Wilton, Brussels, Axniinster. Seamed and Stainless. Small and car pet sizes. Largest and best assonnent of Oriental Rugs and Carpets we h.ive ever shown. MATTINGS China and Japan Matting, Tan .ies and white. A large quantity of these Mattings, beautiful designs, extra goxl values at attractive price... LINOLEUM Tile, Carpet and Grnaite ef fects, best in material, finish, wear and style. We recom mend our Linoleum for their excellence of f...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 31 March 1905

rnery Opeiniiini COME AND SEE Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 6, 7 and 8 We will demonstrate to the fashionable women of Amarillo that our Styles are Correct and Newest, our Selection the Largest, our Trimmings the Daintiest and OUR PRICE THE LOWEST MRS. COLLIER Mill STAR RESTAURANT Everything in season, served by expert cater ers. Fish, Oysters and Cold Storage Beef. OPEN ALL NIGHT East Of P. 0. BROS, Prop. THE IMPRESSIONS OF A TENDERFOOT ma Being Black-anJ-White Sketches of Real Human Interest. OMORROW IS THE BIRTHDAY OF ALL OF t U8' or we ar9 mere'y Parts ne '0n2 process- ik 1 Ion of fools who haye choused around since time began, Adam began the foolishness when he got lonesome in the garden of Eden, and so inspired the idea of woman; since which time there has never been another Eden. To be sure an ma; 13 worm living tor 13 centered around a descendant of that same woman, but speaking from a 6einsn standpoint, Adam cut a tat pig in the neck when he began to look at the moon...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 31 March 1905

THE T W I C E A- WE E K H ER A L Dr : The Connally Mercantile Company for UpToDate DRESS GOODS 1 New Goods ! Jl'ST ARRIVKI). Fancy Wash Silks, Silk Organdies, fancy Organdies. Plain Organdies, Lawns, the newest Patterns In ail Grades. WhUe Goods, 5c fo 85c yd. EmbFoldery and Lace Sale Wednesday Pasture. Three and one-half section pas ture near Panhandle for rent, or will pasture stock by the month. Good fence, well watered and fine grass. Judson Skaoos, 25-2t Panhandle, Texas. Now that the public schools are closing, many of their pupils and teachers will enter the Roljerts Business College, Howie, Texas, for the purpose of preparing to stand the Civil Service examina tion. Thev do this for the reason that the government is several thousand short of hook-keepers and stenographers, and the pay ranges from $840 to 5i ,400 a year. Don't you want to put youself in shajK for one of these positions ? If you do, write Roberts Husiness college, Howie, Texas ;Chickasha, I. T., or ..Shawnee, ...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 31 March 1905

TUB TWICE- A-WEE K "11 HR A L D FOR THE LENTEN SEASON It is with pleasure that we can announce to those who strictly observe Lent that we have without doubt the most complete assortment of the different Lenten Delicacies Including the Anchovies (a small fish of the Herring tribe which is esteemed for its rich and peculiar flavor), the Thon or Tunny Fish (a member of the Mackerel family, and to our notion, the most delicious piece of fish eating obtainable), Caviar (a popular delicacy during the fast seasons of Russia, Italy, Greece and Turkey, and which is relished by Americans), and many other Lenten foodstuffs which are well known to the American buying public These goods are packed in cans of a size and price to suit the purchaser. A trial will convince you of their high quality. Griffin & Collins 4 1 6 Polk St. Sole Agents for Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffees Phone 29 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD Publiihed Each Tuesday and Friday by the AMAR1LLO PUBLISHING COMPANY P. L. VAN...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 31 March 1905

THE TWICE-AWEEK HERALD 1 K5 Mall Orders Promptly Filled. We prepay express charges pn all orders of $5.00 or over, Fashion's doors swing wide open this week with a full line of strictly new and up-to-date Merchandise in every department. New creations in Millinery, Silks, Spring Weight Wool Dress Goods, Fancy Mohairs, Ladies Suits, Waists, Separate Skirts, Fancy Hosiery, Fancy Neckwear, Lace and Embroidered Cellar and Cuff Sets Everything new, latest and best. 1905 Styles. Popular Prices. Mail Orders SATISFACTION ' GUARANTEED Send for Samples New Spring Goods. very styIe l.-r to 0 All Colors Ladies' Oxfords in Chocolate, Champagne trimming, Gibson tie, turn sole, Cuban heel, very swell. Price $4.00 Ladies Oxford Blucher in tan vici, Oxford tie, turn sole, French heel, for. $45 Ladies Oxford in Champagne, Gibson tie, turn sole, Louis XIV heel, very snappy, Price $4.50 JUST ARRIVED A full and complete line of the most beautiful SILK SHIRT WAISTS ever shown. Kvery color, every de sign,...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 31 March 1905

THg tf f C b - K IB if H E RXtl W 6 That we are giving you the standard grade goods at lower prices than you can buy anywheie else in the Panhandle? Your liberal patronage enable us to do this. Any merchant with a large volume of business at cash prices can do it, not alone on GROCERIES but on HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES and DRY GOODS CUDAIIV'S English Bacon .per lb, 15c CUDAHY'S Quaker Lard, 10 lbs $1.00 DOLD'S White Rose Lard, 10 lbsf i.oo LARD. Jewel Compound, 10 lbs 75c COFFEE, Crescent, peril) 15c COFFEE, best sold, 51b bucket.! 1.00 SUGAR, granulated, 14 lbs $1.00 SODA, A. & II., 10 lbs. 60c BANNER OATS. 4 Ps $1.00 DR. PRICE'S FOOD, per doz..... fi.25 CREAM, Pet brand, 11 cans $1.00 CREAM, Columbian, 1 1 cans ! 1.00 MILK, Eagle, 6 can $1.00 SYRUP, Ribbon Cane, per gal 65c FLOUR, Good hard wheat, high patent, Diamond C, 100 lbs $2.95 FLOUR, Best soft wheat, high patent, Reliance. 100 lbs 3.15 MEAL, Fresh, white corn meal, 20 lbs 40 BRAN, Good wheat mill run bran. 100 lbs 1.20 ...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 31 March 1905

J 4" ft' tMb twice-a-week heraed FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS fioo sections of Mack loam, mostly plains land, from S.voo to $X.oo per acre on easy terms, from one sec tion to any amount that a man wants; all patented land, good water, good location for homes. Tor fur ther information address JOHN M. STANSBERRY & CO. Amarillo rax Felix 5. Livestock Amarillo Till; I'ANIIANDLK STOCKMKN'S ASSOCIATION will have its itmiual meeting in Amarillo April lS, 19 aiul 20. Kvery person 'nteiested in the livestock business should attend this, the greatest meet ' .ng in the history of the Association. Amarillo is the passway for al most every cow buyer in the country. If you cannot be here, list your cattle with me and I will do my lest to sell them for you. I thank you for the liberal patronage you have given me in the past. S. J. A L L E N Attorney-at-Law and Dealer in Real Estate Abstracts Furnisned on Notice. Lands for Sale in all Parts of the Panhandle. CANADIAN - - TEXAS $4.00 AN ACRE Good, smo...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 31 March 1905

1 8 THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD $5.25 PER ACRE Two Sections of well improved Land, within 3 miles of railroad. Fenced and cross fenced, l'ine crops. Large acreage now in wheat and looking fine. Plenty of good water, and a number of fruit trees. This is worth more money and is a bargain for the buyer. I have several good town and ranch properties now on the market, at buy er's prices. If you are interested in Panhandle lands write me. W. A. CROSSETT Cor. 7th and Poll! tHi.,JixriBu:m:.i:i-riT"i.iMilj,L.l.i Local News Items. Witherspoon & Gough. T. N. Rossittr. of Rosvvell, is in the city. C. N. Houston, of Wichita Falls, is in the city. F. S. Stevens, of Dalhart, is in town on business. II. O. Pope of Claude was in the city yesterday on business. Judge L. C. Ileare of Miami had business in the city yesterday, Jno. A. Wallace of Canyon reg istered at the Elmhirst Wednesday. C. II. Chenault of Bovinia was a guest at the Elmhirst Wednesday. A. R. Letts of Clarendon was a business caller ...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 12 May 1905

s I I i 1 ; ' . ....... , - " wfeeWeeM tnrrxi VOL. XIX. AMARILLO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1905 NO. 38 The Bank Clearings at Amarillo for the Week Ending May 9th, 1905, $143,125.98 d. fifty Years (ho Standard Tlada frcni pure crcsm c? Karfar derived from grapes PRIOB BAKING rOWOKR UO CHICAGO Wet Weather In the Barry Districts hat Stopped Shipment of all Kind of Berries. YOU WILL F OUR GENESEE BRAND OF Blueberries Gooseberies Blackberries Equal to fresh berries for pies. Not the wa ter and stem kind, but a can full of New York state berries. For Short Cake Or table use our Richelieu Brand of Strawberries Red Raspberries Black Raspberries Have all the fine flavor of the best fresh berries, Our reputation depends on QUALITY. We are be hind every can of these poods. BARRETT'S Cor. 5th and Polk - Phone 173 Want Farming Land? If ho, we enn supply your needs, and how you lands that will produce as much AGRICULTRAL CROPS, acre for acre, as any land in any recognized fanning country. And when ...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 12 May 1905

1 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD. CYC STILL ON We have sold a world of Dry Goods since putting on those special prices, and have a lew yet to surprise you and save you money. It won't us but we want to close them out and mean to. Here's the Proof Table Covers, 10-4. red linen, usual price fi.50, to sell ffl OC them out V ' ' Ladies Hose, black, all sizes, worth 20c anywhere, as many Q I 0 as you want, pair " Buster Brown Stockings for the little folks, asssorted sizes, )fC during the push -Jv Manchester Cherry Red Twills, as Standard as wheat, al- I A ways 15c, now ' Towels, good cotton barter's, usually sell for 15c. now, 0 I per pair 0 I '00 Towels, Turkish bath, extra good quality, usually sell for I C 25c, now. per pair ' Towels, Turkish, jumbo, usually sell for 40c, and cheap at 9r that, per pair -crv Ladies Shoes, odd sizes, some cost us J 1. 50, take your pick, TP Oxfords or Lace Notions Good cedar Lead Pencils, inserted eraser, usually 2 for 5c, per doz 10c A little better grade, s...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 12 May 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD 3 Amarillo Transfer Company Phone 128 Carriages and Baggage Wagons At any Time Day and Night - - - Phone 128 DATA OF APRIL. From the Records of the Weather Bureau, Recorded at the Amarillo Station. ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE. Mean, 29.38; highest 30.32, date, 16; lowest, 29:50. date, 9. TEMPERATURE. Highest, 82; date.27; lowest, 28 above.date. 1 5 greatest daily range. 34; date, 20; least daily range, 6, date, 18. Mean of this nxnth for 1892, 56; 1893. 56; 1894, 58; 1895. 56; 1896, 60; 1897, 55; 1898, 56; 1899, 56; 1900, 52; 1901, 54; 1902. 52; 1903, 56; 1904, 55; 1905, 52. Mean for this month for 13 years, 55; abso lute minimum for this month for 14 years, 22; absolute maximum this month for 14 years, 90; aver age daily deficiency of this month as compared withmean of 14 years, 4; accumulated deficiency since January 1, 398; average daily de ficiency since January 1, 3.3. PRECIPITATION. Total this month, 4.52; snow fall,0.6 inches; greatest precipita tion in 24 ho...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 12 May 1905

THE TWICER-WEEK HERALD 4 Fresh Vegetables We are making an esjecial point of this feature of our business, and we are building up a big trade. They are fresh every day. New Potatoes, Rhubarb, Cabbage Lettuce, Beans, Beets, Squash Chase Sanborn Coffee Best in the world, A full line EVERYTHING CANNED If it is good we have it and you'll be safe in ordering it 237,793 Drew the Range The owner will please call and get his property. It is a fine Steel Range, worth $40 easily, and if you have the coupon it's yours. Griffin Collins THE QUALITY STORE 416 Polk Street Phone 29 Local News Items. The closing exercises of Amarillo Academy will take place at the opera house next Tuesday night, May 1 6. The program will be found in another column. An ad mission fee of 25 cents will be charged to defray expenses of opera house, elocution trainer, etc. New millinery at. closing out prices. Mrs. Collier. 37-2t Mrs. C. N. Baker and family of Claude, was in the city trading Wednesday. Listen Just A Mome...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 12 May 1905

t THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD MrPi $3.00 mMlJW0 HA1S JSAlplc STETSONS: This popular hat in latest shapes, 1:h.-i si vies all colors. The price ranee io ' i ;.ivi, SVr&vu v. A 11 shnpes and styles. For Boys Far Clris 'f for Babies For Children Made to Wear The Kdwin Clnpp Shoe for Men. Newest Spring Styles in P.uent Colt Kid, Tan Rus sian Calf, Chocolate Vici. Perfecto Tan Rus sian Calf. The Drew Selby and Ul. & Dunn Shoes for Ladies. MAIL ORDERS Promptly Filled. A Peerless Exposition of all that's newest and best in Spring Fashions, Spring Fabrics and Spring Merchandise in general Just arrived a most beautiful line New Silk Waists. Ladies Neckwear and Belts. Extra Special for ten days on Ladies Waists, Silk Ginghams and White Goods Waives "0as Seeas A large selection of Ladies Waists in colors and white. Good style but soiled. Worth to f)fZn $1.50. Special, each .' ZOC Another lot all white, trimmed in Lace and Fm broideries. Good style. Perfect fit. Worth EH to $2.00. Special, ...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 12 May 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD A OUTFI if,'"'"' W''; ' 1 THE I1KAVKR If AT THE BEAVER HAT The Best Hat for the Price 93.00 and $3.50 All the Latest Styles and Shapes at the Union Shoe Store SHOE REPAIRING Neatly and Promptly Done Only the Best Materials Used All Work Warranted Prices Reasonable Union Shoe Store PANT5 We have a nice line of ready-made" Pants in neat patterns and well-made, and at almost one-half the price you are accustomed to pay for them. They must be seen to be appreciated. Union Shoe Store Hu-man-ic and H.S.' & H. Shoes Are the best shoes made for style com fort and durability. They are suitable for the work shop, office or for dress purposes. They have the strength to wear and are made as neat as the most delicate. Union Shoe Store E. & W. SHIRTS All the swell patterns of this well known Shirt are always in stock. For a nice, cool and comfortable shirt for summer, see the E. & W. at the Union Shoe Store A Free Outfit I have placed in my ehow window a large ...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 12 May 1905

1 THE rWICE-A-VVEEK HERALD 8 Felix 5. Franklin Livestock Broker Amarillo, Texas Phone 60 " AMARILLO HOTEL ANNEX If you want to buy or sell, write me what you want and I will he pleased to serve you. .....u , .......... . H......JJ-.r.:-.r., ,:--7..rrirrrn SHIP YOUR LIVE STOCK s TO J. P. TITSWORTH & CO. Live Stock Commission Merchants Market Reports furnished on application. Correspondence Solicited Rooms 228-229 Exchange Bldg Kansas Cily, Mo. ALLEN ROBERTSON & CO. Livestock Commission Merchants Kansas City Stock Yards Good People for YOU to do business with they are reliable. Write them for information and ship them for results. Consign Your Live Stock To CLAY, ROBINSON & 00. STOCK YARDS, KANSAS CITY, MO. W alto have our own houses at CHICAGO 80UTH OMAHA 8I0UX CITY 80UTH ST. JOSEPH DENVER Rud our market Utter In this paper. Writ us lor any ipiclil Information deilrad. A SHUT-IN SERMON An Invalid Gives a Lesson in Christian Faith U Strengthen the Strong. Groom. Chas. Slay...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 12 May 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEBK HERALD. All Kinds of Groceries - Frices Right - Connally Mercantile Co. 8 L X LANDS This famous body of lands is now offered for sale in handy tracts at $2.50 TO $7.50 PER ACRE GOOD TERMS - LOW INTEREST These lands are among the choices in the ..Panhandle, in from two to forty miles of Amarillo. Deep rich soil, suited for homes for thousands. C ity Property, Too WILL A. MILLER LAND CO. AMARILLO EBERSTADT BLDG. TEXAS PHONE 151 aN EW ADDRES Ss MISS TREBBY'S PARLORS Hair treatment, Scalp massage, Hair dressing. Shampoo and Manicuring CORNER PIERCE AND FOURTH With Miss Malcum Moore Phone 136 Presenting the Jewel. ! The Amarillo delegates stopped! off in McKinney according to schedule on their way to the Fire men's convention and presented Cete A. Houston, the first chief of the bcal department, with a beau tiful jewel, Tom Miller making the presentation speech. Mr. Hous ton was deeply pleased with the token, as the following letter re ceived yesterday attests: To the Me...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 29 September 1905

Herald. VOL. XX. AMARILLO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEHBER 29, 1905 NO. 26 Phe I wic ea w eek A. G. BOYCE, Pr. W. M. LAY, Vloe-P J. T. SNEED, Jr.. caahlar J. H. BOYCE. Atltant Cashier K THE AiWAHlLL NATIONAL BAN UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital, Surplus and Profits, $160,000. ..Money to loan on real estate Correspondence or a Personal Interview Cordially Invited. Courteoua treatmant to all. DIRECTORS: A. G. Boyoo, B. T. Wara W. M. Lay. J. T. Snaad. Jr. W. Boyca. TO MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS OF THE AMARILLO NA TIONAL BANK. Having recently purchased an interest in the Channing Mercantile and Banking Co, and the Bank of Channing, at Channing, Texas, I find it will require my personal attention to these institutions, therefore I have today tended my resigna tion as President of the Am arillo National Bank, which will take effect from this date. In resigning the active man agement of this Bank, I want to assure my friends and the public generally, that it is in excellent condition, and gladly ref...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 29 September 1905

r The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prevailing in this country mottt dangcrou btcaubt no decep tive. Many sudden I deaths are caused by it heart dia : ease, pneumonia, ! heart failure or apoplexy are often tue result of kid ney disease. If kidney trouble is allowed toadvance thekidney-poison- ed blood will at tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of the bladder, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. .Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and cure is obtained Quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. If you are feel ing badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great Kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in pasting it, and over comes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It sta...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 29 September 1905

THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEHBER 29, 1905 OTbat Bbout.SJour Cbttbren's Musical StuMee TCbfe fall? Money expended fcr music lessons is largely- wasted unless the child has a good p'ano to practice upon. "Any Old piano won't do." t?e TOUCH SHOULD BE GOOD THIS REQUIRES A FINE ACTION. Guided by long experience, we select our pianos with the children's best interests in view. We sell new pianos frcm $1C5 to CCO, and upward for terms of one-third cash, one-third in c r.e year, and one third in two years with 6 per cent interest, or any" other reasonable terms to suit buyer. Whatever musical instrument your child is learning to play we will furnish at lowest prices. Violins, Guitars, Mandolins, Sheet Music, Instructors, etc. Olill Jl OJaftln ifricic Company, 278-K ELM STREET, DALLAS. TEXAS. Disapears From Home. John Elbert Stearns, 11 years old disappeared from the home of his parents, 1 100 Lincoln street, Thursday evening.Sept. 14, and no trace of him can be found. Mrs. Stearns ...

Publication Title: Twice=A=Week Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice=a=week herald. — 29 September 1905

THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBR 29, 1905 4 ;g Question ot taxing The question of eating and and what to eat is easily solv ed by a visit to our store where the Choicest, Freshest and tmost up- to-date stock of gro ceries in the city may be found. We Please the hard-to-please and if you are of this class, a trial will make you a regular K2 K2 customer, If if s on the market we have it. g Griffin .4.f....f.H' I Whatever Else Happens if Is Sure to Be Cold This Winter t And there is no panacea for cold like coal. And there's no time to buy coal like the present Our advice is not in vain when we say don't wait until winter, and by the way, our coal is the kind that goes ' -. I L . . - L - - . tiffin U ..IImI, ...... I MITCHELL Coal and 60? Polk St. NEW GAS CONCERN Proposed Plant to Furnish Light' log and Heating Fuild In Amarillo. VV. K. leds, representing the gas concern which obtained, a fran thioe .a year or so ago, anil forfeit ed it through a misunderstanding,. is in the c...

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