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Page 5 [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 has made a trip d...

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Page 6 [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 city and is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 29 September 1905

THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY SEPTEHBER 29 1905 nM.CTrirrTOMrTminCT...i.. . . ; . --n 1-7 II l'Fl-B'iiW HI U I .1. P. I III III I I III 111 I Ill I very l!J)pas1mEt EW if Sfoowiuag 11 E We are now ready to show you all the smartest and most exquisite styles of the eastern markets. Each department is full of bright new wearables which will please the most fastidious dresser. t & No effort has been laid aside to bring you the very best the market can afford t3Pittttttiis6 We want to show you the extreme styles for fall. " . 'Milfrllll Ml r-i-i --ll'II-----"r.if jlWH'' ) i m .i n ..pl-.rFywu. Li .I.IPH.MI Willi llllil ill ll Eagle Shirt work of perfection. We will gladly show you. The largest line of Stetson Hats in theckv are shown here. Utz and Dunn's and Drew Selby Shoes for ladies are known to be superior. Shoe the little one. Don'tfail to see the shoes for little folks. Get in line for that fall suit. Stein Bloch is the name. The world's best Stein Bloch and Kuppenheimer Clot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 29 September 1905

Blind Headache "About a year ago" writes Mrs. Mattie Allen of 1123 Broadway Augusta Ga. "I suffered with blind sick headaches and backaches and could get no relief until I tried WINE OF Woman's PA V I Immediately commenced to improve and now I feel like recommend I li. WRITE Know it win US FREELY Cardul Is and frankly describing X iciuaic amo ic&uiaico lunaic your symptoms we will functions.tonesuptheorgans iciuaic funct A to: but " ' Ad- jalrtedl- ataa!?J?ad X envelope). Don't heslUte but write today. Address: Ladles' Ad- vlsory Dept.. The Chattanooga Medl- dne Co. Chattanooga Term. MENAGERIE MARVELS. Most Complete and Exclusive Ex- hibition in the World with Adam Forepaujrh and Sell Bros. Big Shows. The Menagerie department of the Great Adam Forepaugh and Sells Bros Circus is the most com plete and valuable in the world. Not only are there more cages fill- ed ' with wild animals creatures but the collection includes only the rarest specimens. The tent used for this purpose is ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 29 September 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY SEPTEHBER 29 1905 ' vS''' - MEN'S riALADIES ARE READILY CURED BY Dr.Terrill'sriethods Because his methods of combating these terrible diseases are both RATIONAL and CORRECT. An experience of itO years devoted entirely to this specialty com- bined with his untiring study and research along original lines has enabled him to of- fer to all afflcted men a SAFE. CERTAIN and PERMANENT CURE after all other methods of treatment have failed. Dr. Tamil's treatment is in a class of itself and he knows that should you investigate the specialty field that you will find what thousands of men have found before you that his treatment for the Maladies of Men is the ONLY treatment that CURES and that is therefore worthy of yonr hon- DrlMT 111 est consideration furthermore Dr. Ter- ' TH1 rjrs charges are very reasonable and he Dallas' Reliable So cialist ives to a1' Patients accepted by him for r treatment a Written Legal Guarantee of a Positive Cure STRICTURE Dr. Terril...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 29 September 1905

8 TMK TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY SEPTEHBER 29 1905 INOLEU M. We have iust received the largest and most ar- tistic line of Linoleum in Persian and Oriental pat- terns ever shown in Amarillo. If you contemplate buying Linoleum this fall and winter now is the time to make your selections while it Is in an ex- panded state and hardly so susceptible to breakage in handling. We are showing some of the most approved and attractive patterns in Dressers Chiffoniers Beds and Dressing Tables ever brought to Amarillo. Visit our store early while our stock is complete. O. M. EAKLE Polk and Sixth Streets. Phone 21. HAD AN AWFUL TIME. But Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Dlarhoea Remedy Cured Him. It is with pleasure that I give you this unsolicited testimonial. About a year ago when I had a se- vere case of measles I got caught out in a hard rain and the measles settled in my stomach and bowels. I had an awful time and had it not been for the use of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 October 1905

rpZS Fresh Oat Meal Pickles Cranberries and assort- ff 121 ment of choice selected canned goods. 113 514 Polk Street. tf'Xr'.' 4 k oeral. wicea VOL. XX. AMARILLO TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 10 1905 NO. 29 0 jmkwr W d .1 lie IL'JiTU!Jll!-''l!'"'lFft'l!lir- 9 Mass Meeting: Next Thursday Afternoon At 5 O'Clock at the Court House." To discuss the advisability of a bridge across the Canadian river in Potter. County. Every one should come out and participate in this meeting. It is of the utmost im- portance. Plans and estimates from a bridge company have been received and should be investigated. Don't neglect this meeting. It will detain you but a few minutes ancTyour suggestions and advice witl be needed. It is suggested that the county hold an election to vote bonds for $20000 for bridges and roads. Come out and say your say or forever hold your place. Remember it is Thursday 5 p. m. at the court house. Meet us there. A. G. BOYCE Pres. W. M. LAY Vio-P J. T. SNEED Jr. Chlor J. H. BOYCE Assista...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 October 1905

Women as Well as Men Are E Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and leascus ambition; beauty : 1 i 1' 1 vi;ur anu Kueeriui- ness soon disappear when thekidnevaare out of order or die- eased. Kid ne v trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncom- . J ....... t i.:m jiiuil tut a 1.111111 k i'v born afflicted with urnlr kidnevs. If the rlil Id nriiiatofoooften. if the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it'is yet afflicted with bed-wetting depend upon it the cause of the diffi- culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miser- able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of .Swimo-Root is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 October 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEEK. HERALD TUESDAY OCTOBER 10 1905' 3 '''Tl- ap -Vau. Sl- -S-- THE CAMPBELL METHOD Do Yon Know that female disease will drag you down Into a miserable wreck If you do not fight it with all your power and drive it out of your sys- tem ? Nothing is so certain to destroy your pood looks and shorten your life as that dreadful bane of every woman disordered female functions. If you suffer from any female disorders take FOR THE -""-H CULTIVATION OF SEMI-ARID LANDS Being the Full Text of the Address Delivered by Professor H. W. Campbell at the Session of the Panhandle Farmers' Congress I II k 911. 1 . a . r . "T k a - A A A a iieid in Amarnio rimer touniy lexas on August me iin iyu:. n 4 4 9 1 9 BY PLRMISSION OF THE POTTER AND RANDALL COUNTY FARMERS INSTITUTE. J. I V J Women Should Know Pill OF YOUNG GIRLS are earnestly urged to write us at oikb for Free Advice. Make us your confidant describe your troubles stating age and va will send you Instructions and advice In plain sea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 October 1905

TffE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD TUES DAY OCTOBER 10 1905 - V Is impossible In Compounding Prescriptions to use too much Care. We have one of the lest equipped prescription depart- ments in the city which is in charge of registered phar- macists and you may rest assured in sending formulas here that they will le correctly and minutely coin- jwunded. PIKE WELL WATER. Telephone or come around and get a bottle of the celebrated Pike Well Mineral Wells water which is a laxative unsurpassed by any medicine on the market. fresh Shipments of Fletcher's High Grade Candles Phont 127 GIST BROS. 5 05 PoIK lucctnori to W. D.Ptton Drwrf Co. ested and I would like to have you ask me some questions you think of." Q. What is the best time to sow fall wheat? A. From the ist to the ioth of Septemler. The condition of your ground has a great deal to do with this. I am assuming that you hav got your ground in good shape. Q. What time would you break sod for putting in fall wheat? I A. When I came from the Dako...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 October 1905

kAn Ounce of Prevention Is Worth j Go to Your Druggist. By the I . scribed by Ml 1 1 leii and rf- 111 I auoiuonax .yiulc vvtiic .For ' v. EDITOR S NOTE. With a knowledge of the unequalled merits of Ozomulsion we tinKesftaf- Ingly recommend our readers to send for a Sample Bottle. LEST YOU FORGET WRITE TODAY and Convincing Testimonials of its Marvelous recuperative and curative properties together with an Artistic little book entitled "BABYVILLE" beautifully illustrated in seven colors and a TRIAL BOTTLE of Ozomulsion Ilealth-Food-Tonic will be sent vou at once absolutely free by mail. Address your letter or postal card to Ozomulsion Co. 98 Tine Street New York. LIVE STOCK MARKETS AT KANSAS CITY THE WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY CLAY. ROBINSON 4 COMPANY LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS. OFFIOES AT OHIOAOO. KANSAS OITY OMAHA SIOUX OITY. ST. JOSEPH AND DENVER. Kansas Citv Mo. ) Oct. 6. '05. )' Receipts of cattla thus far this week are 71600; last week 71- 900; last year 60.200. For this week...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 October 1905

4 fuMniiiiiii' f f THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD TUESDAY OCTOBER 10 1905' Connally Mercantile Company Amarillo - - Texas. Greatest Bargain Closing Oat Sale A regular rush and crush. m Event in the history of Amarlllo. You had better come. m Ia WMh t Mn&HiM MUM Bte. - lrl rvi 1 111 . 1 Out Why have you not been to this great bargain event ? Can't we convince you that this is a genuine closing out sale ? ryf Br u tilers nave uccu buuviuicu. rtSK yuur iici&iiuui. nuiu w c oay fcSrwf WE POSITIVELY QUli MUblNLb YUU KIMUW WtlMl ltlHl mem jjj 3 Everything must go regardless of cost. Nothing reserved. You had better come early while the stock is complete for in two weeks we ex- A jP pect to have It closed out. Don t these cold mornings remind you of an Overcoat Winter Underwear Blankets etc. Chicago Sales Promoters ----- J. H. Krueger Manager M fsS large blue signs the place. p . irrn. g Imported and Home-bred Percherons Belgian and German Coach Horses. Now is the time to buy yoit a good ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 October 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD TUES DAY OCTOBER 10 1905 THE FINAL LESSON OF THE WAR. "This will not he your final condi" tion if you cut lo from tut- high" priced drug stores .m 1 oniric your purchases to our t' .-.: ;i wt; buy from first hands and save you the middleman's profits in ina.iy in- stances. STATIONERY. This week we are showing a new line of the celebrated FATON- HURLBUT line of fashionable sta- tionery from 25 to 60 Cenvs a box. This is the line you see advertised in all leading magazines If you will inspect this you will accept no other. E. R. ROACH DRUG COMPANY. Sixth and Polk. ' Phone !. Local News Items DR. ALBERT J. CALDWELL Specialist on diseases of Kye.Kar Nose and Throat. Suite 9 Carson Bldg. Hours 9 to 12 a. m. 2 to 6p.m. If you want pasture for a cow or horse with grass and water see F. W. Zimmerman or phone 77 4 rings. 32tf Iv. K. Nolen of Texico N. M. was a Suriday visitor here this week . S. II. May of Higgins spent Sunday here. The night school at Amarillo Busine...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 October 1905

.llIHIHIltW THE fWICE-A-WEEK HERALD TUESDAY OCTOBER 10 1905 8 s 1 be considered a THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD Publiahed Each Tuetday and Friday by tha AMAfrlLLO PUBU3HIK0 COMPANY E. P. BROOKS WILL ROBINSON Business Manager City Editor SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR Official Organ of tha City of Amarillo. TUESDAY OCTOBER 10 1905 Thb Tradesman a weekly class journal published at Chattanooga Tenn. evidently believes in straight newspaper advertising. "The aver- age merchant has lost more money to the square inch in advertising than in perhaps any other channel of business" it says adding "the large loss is experienced by spend- ing money in picnic programs church papers sign placards theater programs etc." This is a day cf reform. Every- body is engaged in reforming some one else. The preachers are re- forming the newspapers newspa- pers are reforming the politicians the politicians are reforming the railroads the railrods are reforming the tariff magnates the tariff mag- nates are reforming ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 October 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD TUESDAY OCTOBER 10 1905' v 1 t: 1 V CIRCUS (SSKESta t h. J I i fl HH V wyf emrmoissmys (Mjid Incomparably Bigger Than Ever The FOREPAtOH-SCLLS BROS. SHOWS prMtot tbit year (be Gruicil Gathering of world-Famoui Featurti ever teco. It it oot a thow ol one two or three prominent ecu tod duplayi but the entire aggregation of Animal Wonden Human Achievement! aod Spectacular Grandeur in every detail it com- peted of World-Renowned Featurettelected with the view to male tbit tbe T11 frailest Sto The Horld Hu Ever known 14 THE AURORA ZOUAV 1 "i vwi &rv 11 in obats ncinrrK arTrv." m mkii - m 11 1 ar 4 r r-v t i r nn i nr besides every stranoe. Ill Kill Ak KrAlcS curious costly crea- VaUl mJ w I TURE KNOWN TO ZOOLOQY CONSTITUTING THE LARQEST MENAOERIE IN ALL THE WORLD KONGO and ElepnanU and Three Big: Herd 'of Wisest Acting Elephants In the Most ASTONISHING SHOW OF ELEPHANT 5AQACITV RVCR SEEN Reserved seats and Voach Drug Co. at same prices charged on the grounds. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 October 1905

10 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HEkAU) TUESDAY OCTOBER 10 1905 SB T1EMEMP0US 3BE Our Great Harvest Sale which has just started has surprised us to th limit. We have exceeded all our expectations and have witnessed the largest business of our career in the mercantile world. We have made a record which would be a credit to a city ten times as large as Amarilla. The great crowds that are visiting our store are getting the goods and from the present outlook the great stock which we have just purchased from J Calisher & Co. at 50c on the dollar will soon be exhausted. We Have the Goods And pride ourselves upon the massive bargains which we are offering a glance at our counters will be very convincing and you will readily see that you can buy better goods from us for the same money and same goods for less money than you will pay elsewhere. VISIT US BEFORE BUYING and you will thank yourself for doing it We have the goods we advertise and each and every article is a bona fide fact not a lot of hot ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 October 1905

sild. i Me VOL. XX. AMARILLO. TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 17 1 9 0 5 V NO. 31 HP 9 r . Tl 11 wi:3a V -eoK er A. G. BOYCE Pret. W. M. LAY VloeP J. T. SNEED Jr. Qathier J. H. BOYCE. Attlttant Cathlor THE NATIONAL Pi! B La La UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Surplus and Profits $160 OOO... Money to loan on real estate Correspondence or a Personal Interview Cordially Invited. DIRECTORS: A. G. Boyoo Courteous treatment to all. B. T. Ware W. M. Lay J. T. Snoed Jr W. Boyce. The First National Bank OF AMARILLO TEXAS. CAPITAL SURPLUS AND PROFITS $300000. - This bank has ample facilities for taking- care of your business no matter how extensive. We want your business and a trial will demon- strate how nnxious we are to please you. 4 per cent interest paid on savings deposits. W. H. FUQUA President Chas. J. E. Lowndes Cashier. J. 5. Chesnutt Asst. Cashier Bank Clearings at Amarillo for Week Ending Saturday October 14 1905 . . $9555074 COTTON SEED MEAL AND CAKE Get our prices on prime stuff delivere...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 October 1905

THE TW1CEA-WEEK HERALD TUE5DAY OCTOBER 17 1905 Tfc3 KiJccyj Aro Weakened bj Qrer-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to be considered that only urinary and bladder troubles were to be traced to the kidneys but now modern I science proves that nearly all diseases have their beginning in the disorder of these most important organs. The kidneys filter and purify the blood that is their work. Therefore when your kidneysare weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and how every organ seeuis to fail to do its duty. If you are sick or " feel badly" begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root because as soon M your kidneys are welt they will help all the other orgaii9 to health. A trial will convince anyone. If you are sick you can make no tuis- taVe by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 October 1905

f THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD TUESDAY OCTOBER 17 1905 ALFALFA; GREATEST OF THE LEGUMES. wcl1 untlerstotxl-il !levcr ai.m'(l P'denee over the other legumes wnicn are tlie established Hull Text of the Valuable Address on the Great Forage Plant De- livered at the Panhandle Farmers' Congress by W. S. Marshall of Channlng. (By permission of the Potter and Randall County Farmer's Institute.) That the Panhandle of Texas has a future which is bright with promise that this country is destined to become one of the most profit able of stock farming sections I most firmly believe. And I am also confident that Alfalfa the king of forage crops is destined to become one of the most important factors in the advancement of Panhandle in- terests. The growing of Alfalfa here need no longer be regarded as an experiment. The demonstration of its success has been made. He who will can convince himself of that fact for he can now have the tes- timony not of one but of many who have the plant in successful cul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 October 1905

THE TW.C&AWEEK HERALD TUESDAY OCTOBER 17 '95 19 Spent for groceries here will result in permanent satisfaction because the quality of every- thing we sell is "BEST." We are the headquarters for everything fresh in the grocery line and a trial will convince you that we can please you. A Few Specialties: Chase & Sanborn's Coffees Teas Extracts Spices. Dodson-Braun's Pickles. Club House canned goods. Headley's Candies. "Our Best" White Falcon Flour has no equal. Home-baked bread always fresh. Thirty Kinds of Tobacco. Fresh Vegetables. We buy and sell all kinds of country produce. Our prices are always in line and for treatment we offer you the service of a well-equipped establishment. Just 'Phone 29 for quick service. -AND Dissolved Partnership. The firm of Cornelius and High- fill II. T. Cornelius and George Highfill who have been conduct- ing a meat market at 405 Polk street have this day dissolved part- nership George Highfill retiring and II. T. Cornelius continuing the bus...

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