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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 12 June 1906

THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 12 1906 OSS rA MOU 7 Is 01 THE FA ? Loom Safe I3XS Beginning Thursday and to continue for ten days will be the greatest record breaking sale ever held in Amarillo or the Pan- handle For months we have been searching the market for the best goods to be had at the lowest cash price and now have a mammoth stock in every department that we will sell at a price that is ridiculously low & dt t ALL HIGH GRADE GOODS SOLD CHEAP. Our stock of Suits Millinery Skirts Waists Underwear Fancy Goods Belts and Stocks Parasols Umbrellas Hosiery and Gloves Embroideries Laces and White Goods The things you need now are superior to any in Amarillo and while our prices are always lowest we are making such reductions in price that will eclipse any sale ever held in the southwest. at the prices goods are now sold in the men's department you can af- ford to lay away your future needs and make big interest on your money. CVoWttxv Soes Svs Meraetxv Ed$ Hedraeav Socks. The swel...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 12 June 1906

1 J a. e BIBB & WHITESIDE Real Estate and Loans INSURANCE. Suits 7 OIIver-Eakle Building. Telephone 79. LAND AGENTS Amarillo Texas J jfi Mexico Missouri. We have buyers for Good Panhandle 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 buyers. We are locating here to stay. We have had 25 years of successful experience in the land business. We would like you to list your lands with us for sale and would be glad to have all interested in buyiug or selling Texas lands to call and see us. LAKENAN (Successors to Fidelity Land Co.) Amarillo Hotel Annex. TTTT Amarillo Bank and Trust Co. Amarillo Texas 11 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or AMARILLO. TEXAS. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts - $439725.86 Bonds and Real Estate - 250000.00 Redemption Fund - - 10000.00 Cash and Ei. $27 676.79 cab acr qc Demand Loan 868789.17 t6-465-96 Total - $1346191.82 W. H. Fuqua President. Chas J. E. Lowndes Cashier. Wedding ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 12 June 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 12 !9o6 6 DISTRICT JUDGE Some V acts Concerning Gov. Browning and HU Candidacy For That Office. f C I A K '. NDON 1! A N N ! K-STOCKM A N 111 the opinion of the Iianner- Stockman the race for the district judgeship of this judicial district is one of the most important before the people at the coming election. Pome of our readers are not perhaps aware that a former Clarendon cit- izen is a candidate for this office; such readers will he found among the recent settlers who are not well acquainted as yet with the old tim- ers of this country the men who have ma ok the Panhandle and whose names will go down in his- tory reflecting all the glory achieved by this glorious section of the Lone Star state. The man to whom we refer is ex-Lieutenant Governor J. N. Browning of Amarillo. Governor Browning is a typical westerner who has given his early manhood and prime of life to the development of the Panhandle and northwest Texas. His career has been unique and is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 12 June 1906

- J i 8 v. 1906. ..fc Man proposes X J. - woman disposes. I o insure a pleasant re- ception wear a Stetson every time you call. $3 $4 $5 3 Dozen Panamas by expres ; today. The New Southern shape DIXIE SPECIAL Mou xdvW Vvtv Wvem wre otvV&. $5 stti& vvvec. Other Shapes at $6 and $7.50 Our Panamas have a great reputation for cool head producers. A. Davidson Head to Foot Outfitters. Cold Facts By The Soda Boy The Cow Brand Ico Cr-sam we make ourselves is pure stuff and you can't gtt the taste and flavor from anything else. WhHe pine can be oiled ttvncd. streaked and striped with horse thoe paint and make it look like most any kind of wood you choose but when vou place the frozen dainty Ice Cream on vour tonpue if it is not "Cow Brand" it melts; the coloring runs out or t your lips the gelatin sticks the corners of our ' mouth together the chalk be lis up the wou'd- be milk blinks a'd the taste you must imagine for it was never there. The "Cow Brand" Ice Cream at Thompson's is re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 15 June 1906

The Herald Office is Now Located in the Slade Building 616 Polk Street. The TwiceaWee Herald. VOL. XXI. AMARILLO TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 15 1906 NO. 48 A CIVIC LEAGUE Mayor Miller Asks For Co-Opera-tion and Organization of Ladles Civic League. With a good sidewalk ordinance on record and a willingness on the part of the citizens of Amarillo to push this movement to the front and co-operate with the mayor and city council in assisting in the securing of new sidewalks there should be nothing now in the way of general sidewalk building throughout the entire city and the replacing of the present rotten board walks with substantial cement and vitrified walks. With this end in view Mayor Miller ask for the assistance and co-operation of the ladies and urges the formation of a Civic League in the following language: TO THE LADIES OF AMARILLO. You are probably aware of the movement which is now on foot to wards the securing of sidewalks and a park for our city and I am sure that you realize the n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 15 June 1906

3 TVVICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 15 19o6. EC Overalls. We have the exclu- sive agency for the best Overall made in the world THE SWEET-ORR & CO. Overalls are known and worn the world over and when you buy them you know you have your money's worth PHONE Additional Train Service. Beginning: on the 10th inst. the Fort Worth & Denver City Ry. ("The Denver Road") re-established double daily train service be- tween Fort Worth and Denver un- der faster schedules than ever be- fore. These trains leave Ft. Worth at 9:45 a. m. and 8:45 p. m. and arrive at Fort Worth from Denver at 5:19 p. m. and 7:55 a. m. daily thus preserving1 con- nections with all other Texas lines in both directions and affording Colorado tourists all that could be desired. Each of these trains is MJBWIEIIM Sjr I fermented In Glass-Enameled Vats w' A fiav ninriteo rt (ormanr!ii inn it tc In 137722150 Bottles of Budweiser in 1903 exceeding ' i "Of. PANHANDLE LUMBER CO. g Handles Good Lumber 5. F. Newbold Manager QEQ32 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 15 June 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 15 I0O6. 3 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD f-ubiiihed Each Tuesday and Friday by P. E. BOESEN P. E. BOr.Sr.N EJitor and Manager BRITAIN R.WEBB City Editor Official Organ of the City of Amarlllo and Potter County. ADVERT1S1NQ RATES: - - IS cents per inch each insertion. - 5 cents per line each insertion 1 cent per word first insertion 4 ct. par word each subsequent insertion Display -Locals - Classified SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR Tim Hbhald will cease coming to you when your time expires unless we are authorized to continue It. Should any subscriber fail to receive Tub Herald regularly phase advise us at once by card or telephone Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or cor- poration which may appear In the columns of Tub Hbrald will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. FRIDAY JUNE 15 1906. PURE rOOD LAW. Dr. David R. Fly in the Dallas News calls the attention of the pub- l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 15 June 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 15 1906 fir "Be Just to Blue Ribbon Eat Nothing "Not How Cheap but How Good" SNOW FLAKE FLOUR The above two products are made in our own mill and In conformity with our motto "A High Quality is Rather to be Chosen than a Low Price.'? They are absolutely PERFECT. SAYRE MILL and ELEVATOR CO. Call for Them at Local News Items DR. ALBERT J. CALDWELL Specialist on diseases of Eye Ear Nose and Throat. Offiice Rooms 1 and 2 Eakle Bide corner 6th and Polk. Hours 8 to 12 a. m. 2 to 6 p. m. 56-TF Mr. Will Thompson 16th and Lincoln is seriously ill with a se- vere visitation of the mumps. Quality is what counts and qual- tv is what we have. 40tf Sayre Mill and Elevator Co. Mr. - and Mrs. R. R. Seeds will leave tonight for a short visit with friends and relatives in Illinois. Be just to yourself. Eat nothing but the best. 40tf Sayre Mill and Elevator Co. W. C. Skuty of DeLeon -Texas and W. S. Whaley of Sipe Springs Texas are euests this week in the home of A. II. Ne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 15 June 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 15 1906 m&bitoMmJ&MUtm MtMMIA j WMflMMflk ta!TW fitMA AauyA Have been added to our already long list of Bargains FOR SATURDAY at the End S Sll(B The Wonder of the Day Competition wonders how we can do it. Some people say we don't do it. But kind friends let us say to you here that you are not compelled to buy just come and see for yourself and buy what you positively know is cheap- er than you can find elsewhere Clothing. Those Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits worth from $15 up to $2250 at $1248 are getting low you better hurry Still a few left of those Cheviots Worsteds Cassimers and Meltons for- mer price from $J4 to $20. Have you seen -those Boy's Suits ; all kinds worth much more. Sale price only $2.98. Get busy. Many other rare values too numerous to mention but if you will come in we can con- vince you. Dry Goods are now cheaper than ever and The Great Loom End Sale will afford you the greatest opportunity you have ever had to buy seasonable...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 15 June 1906

6 THE. TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 15 1906 BIBB & WHITESIDE Real Estate and Loans INSURANCE. Suits 7 Oliver-Eakle Building. Telephone 79. ITHE SUNDAY GAHE Crack Team of Full Blooded Sioux Indians to Play Amarlllo. IE LAND AGENTS AND DEALERS Amarillo Texas . j Mexico Missouri. We have buyers for Good Panhandle 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 buyers. We are locating here to stay. We have had 25 years of successful experience in the land business. We would like you to list your lands with us for sale and would be glad to have all interested in buyiug or selling Texas lands to call and see us. AKENAN & BARNES (Successors to Fidelity Land Co.) Amarillo flotel Annex. The Galveston Regatta The city of Galveston is making extensive preparations for the en tertainment of large crowds ex pected to attend the Regatta which is being held in the sea wall city It begins to appear t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 15 June 1906

T THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 15 19o6 MHiiiwrimii SwWwSWlJptJ j . ilillltW III OS A Contract of atisffactloo CIGAR EDITORIALS No. 7 This "A" (Triangle A) mark is the merit mark which stands for the American Cigar Company's policy and methods in cigar making. As it stands for us we stand by it. Behind it is our entire power knowledge energy and organization. On it and on what we make it mean rests our entire reputation. You can take it as our contract with you a contract signed and sealed that the cigars which it distinguishes are just as good as cigars can be at that price. You will always find such cigars mellow rich smooth and fragrant without one trace of bitterness and you will always find cigars of the same brand uniform in characteristics month after month and year after year. No cigar will suit all tastes. There are many "A" (Triangle A) brands and among them you are sure to find the cigar you want. Make a test of any of the "A" (Triangle A) brands sold in your neighborhood ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 15 June 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 15 I9O6. p Gold Facts by the Soda Boy to8 MM; MM- Everybody conies to the Thompson Store for Summer Attractions in -Cold Drinks Program for all Next Week 1 . Johnnies Dream Cowbrand Ice Cream 2. Willie's First Story Hires' Root Beer 3. Illustrated Song Bromo Seltzer 4. Down Goozle Neck .'.....Gleason's Grape Juice 5. Four-In-IIand Male Quartette 6. Don't Fuss Over Me Egg Flipp 7. The Taste That Won't Come Off Cream Soda 8. Song "They all get Caught." Fishing Tackle 9. How's Your Liver? Black Draught 10. Call Again Miss Coco-Cola L. 0. THOMPSON k BRO. I 11 !-iJ'l i liu f HOMES IN TEXAS. 80000 Acres of the Famous LX Ranch is now on the Market at $3.00 an Acre and up. j Good Farm Lands Near Amarillo at $6.50 to $15.00 per Acre. Come and see these lands now. Prices are ad- vancing rapidly and Choice Sections passing into other hands daily. You will make money by acting at once. J J HEADQUARTER for Farms Ranch Lands and Town Property. Will A. Miller Land Comp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 19 June 1906

The Herald Office is Now Located in the Slade Building 616 Polk Street. TwIceaWeek Hetflat4 VOL. XXI.- AMARILLO TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 19 1906 NO. 49 11 JlilVi THE CIVIC CLUB Enthusiastic Meeting: Held and Steps Taken for Organl zatlon. Elected Member Of Associated. The city of Atnarillo bids fair to make some wonderful strides along the lines of civic improvement in the near future and which will add more lustre to her crown and place her still higher in the column of beautiful cities of Texas. With the unsurpassed natural advantages which are enjoyed together with the wide streets all that is neces- sary to place her in that enviable position is a concert of action on the part of her enterprising citizenship. The ladies usually take the initia- tive in such matters and will prove to be no exception here for they are fast awakening to the needs and immediate ones at that for parks flower gardens pretty yards streets and the many other things that are being enjoyed by the mod em city. K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 19 June 1906

TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 19 19o6. Overalls. Shoes. Underwear wr - - f SUITS MADE TO ORDER We have the cxclu- IN 0UR tailoring I he summer season sive agency for the department. has opened-here in best Overall made earnest and now ou in the world THE Wym(0nitf earnes a now you SWEET-ORR & il will want Light CO. Overalls are fffQIJFdf Weight Underwear known and worn 1- shoes I anc wc have it in all the world over and II tSJtLZ'l szts an(J mdes and when you buy them tt you know you have gSM at reasonable Prices your money's worth t-3 Come see them. Shoes Repaired while you wait. E. D. Green & Company PHONE 248 510 Polk Street. FIRE DEPT. REPORT Chief Tom Miller Makes Annual Report of Work of Amarillo Fire Department for Past Year. PANHANDLE LUMBER CO. Handles Good Lumber 5. F. Newbold Amarillo Texas Manager. Corner 6th and Tyler. Phone No. 70 a ARDWARE EMPOR IUM. In our Hammoth Stock of hardware Implements Buggies Wagons Saddles and Harness we have the best selection in the Pan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 19 June 1906

ft THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 19 fo06. THE T VlCE-A-WEEK HERALD Published Etch Tuesday and Friday by P. E. BOESEN P. E. BOESEN BRITAIN R.WEBB Editor and Manager City Editor Official Organ of tha City ol Amarlllo and Putter County. s ADVERTISING RATES: Display - IS cents par inch each Insertion Locals B cents per line each Insertion. Classified ' ' C8n' p8r word "rst insertion i )i ct. per word each subsequent insertion SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR Ths Hbrald will cease coming to you when your time expires unless we are authorized to continue it Should any subscriber (all to receive The Herald regularly please advise us at once by card or telephone. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or cor- poration which may appear in tha columns of The Herald will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention of tha publishers. TUESDAY JUNE 19 1906. MARRIAGE MARKET. The great problem of how to find a suitable life partner is being s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 19 June 1906

4 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 19 1906 "Be Just to Yourself lue Ribbon Wheat Cream "Eat Nothing But the Best" "Not How Cheap SNOW FLAKE FLOUR The above two products are made in our own mill and in conformity with our motto "A High Quality I Rather to be Chosen than a Low Price." They are absolutely PERFECT. SAYRE MILL and ELEVATOR CO. Call for Them at LOCAL NEWS. DR. ALBERT J. CALDWELL Specialist on diseases of Eye Ear Nose and Throat. Offlice Rooms 1 and 2 Eakle Bid; corner. 6th and Polk. Hours 8 to 12a.m. 2 to 6 p. m. 36-TF Born. June 15th to Anizie Baker and wife of Dalhart a ten pound girl. Quality is what counts and qual- ty is what we have. 40tf Sayre Mill and Elevator Co. W. D. Oatewood superintendent of the Pecos Valley lines was one of the victims to be initiated into the Mystic Shrine at Roswell last week. Be just to yourself. Eat nothing but the best 40tf ' Sayre Mill and Elev&tor Co. F. C. Keeler special representa- tive of the Reeves Manufacturing Co. went to Pampa ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 19 June 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 19 1906 5 Is what we are saying to the following lines of Goods. THEY MUST GO These prices will prevail on these lines ONE DAY ONLY. Great Shoe Special Friday morning at 9 o'clock we will commence the greatest one day Shoe Sale ever held in the country. 500 pair Ladies' Tan Shoes and Ox- fords worth up to $3.50 $4.00 will be sold Friday ONLY. 98c per pair 98c Opening Thursday morning at 9 o'clock we will put on sale at $4.98 any Ladies' Waist in our window. These Waists are rare values at the former price worth- up to $12.50 but they will all Be sold Art Thursday only at 650 pairs of Men's Tan Shoes and Oxfords in all styles worth always $4.50 $5 and $6 will go in the great one day sale at the low price of $2.98 one day only $2.98 See the Window AMARILLO TEX. NEW YELLOW "MUM." V.rr rronialaa; Sport of I'apalar Tlaaotar Kale. Another valuable addltiou to the Eaton family of chrysanthemums ban departed from the rather coarse form of the Eatou and developed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 19 June 1906

6 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 19 1906 BIBB & WHITESIDE Real Estate and Loans INSURANCE. Suits 7 Oliver-Eakle Building. Telephone 79 I LAND AGENTS Amarillo Texas J j Mexico Missouri. We have buyers for Good Panhandle 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 buyers. We are locating here to stay. We have had 25 years of successful experience in the land business. We would like you to list your lands with us for sale and would be glad to have all interested in buyiug or selling Texas lands to call and see us. LAKENAN & BARNES (Successors to Fidelity Land Co.) Amarillo Hotel Annex. Paid I f Paul Avery Turner Amarillo Bank and Trust Go Amarillo Texas FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or AMARILLO. TEXAS. RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loans and Discount. - $439725.86 Capital Stock - $200000.00 Bonds and Real Estate - 250.000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 99007.51 Redemption Fund - - 10000.00 onnnnnn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 19 June 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 19 !9o6 7 DID YOU EVER go into a dark room and bump your head against the door or skin your shins on a chair then use language unfit for print all of which could be avoided by the use of Electric Lights. Just push the button and the room is flooded with a nice clean and brilliant light. : : : Phone 20 for cost of Installation. TOML MILLER THE ELECTRICIAN -I 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 officee 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 w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 19 June 1906

8 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD JUNE 19 I9O6. Cold Facts by Everybody comes to the Thompson Store for Summer Attractions in Cold Drinks Program for all Next Week 1 . Johnnies Dream Cowbrand Ice Cream 2. Willie's First Story Hires' Root Beer 3. Illustrated Song Bromo Seltzer 4. Down Goozle Neck Gleason's Grape Juice 5. Four-In-IIand Male Quartette 6. Don't Fuss Over Me Kgg Flipp 7. The Taste That Won't Come Off Cream Soda 8. Song "They all get Caught." Fishing Tackle 9. How's Your Liver? Black Draught 10. Call Again Miss Coco-Cola L. 0. THOMPSON & BRO 1 1 ' 1 mil ( Zu'eenlTs Smith AHAR1LLO MUSIC COMPANY 117 East Fourth Street. Phone 88. MARKET SPINACH. Often Very Profitable Crop Pair Grown and "Fattened." Spinach may yield as high ns from 600 to 1000 bushels ns n morolmn ta- ble product per itcre within eight weeks' time after the seed In planted and the price per bushel ofteu equals that of potatoes although the average price ut which the crop 1m Bold Is prob- ably considerably less s...

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