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

THE TWICE-A-VVKEK HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER io 1905 - ' ovoo-CiTit-CC Connally Mercantile Company Connally Mercantile Company OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT 90 PER CENT OF COST 90 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR-LESS THAN OTHER MERCHANTS BUY IT. POSITIVELY CLOSING-OUT OUR BUSINESS ! ! We still have several thousand dollars of good new merchandise splendid bargains in every department. All our new fall and winter goods that recently arrived are included in this 06 per cent on the cost price sale. BEGINNING SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1TH 1905 Every item in the store goes at 90 per cent of the actual cost. YOU WILL SAVE 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. Till Every Piece is Sold. CONNALLY MERCANTILE COMPANY. New. clean stock 4 t r 1000 &&&&&K&&&&tK&& Cold Wave Coming! Better Get in Your Coal ! AM) DON'T FORGET THAT Miggerhead Maitland Coal Has been sold in Amarillo during the last fifteen years and has grown in favor every year because IT HAS PROVEN ITSELF THE BEST. Don't be fooled int...

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

THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY "NOVEMBER 10 1905 ESS n Li 1 mill' ' inX IB I 1 m 83 S5 85 85 S3 ft ft; ft ft P I ffi m rn rfi riw.im ssr- N0V.13" VP" i mlA.A.i.iMviiM.v.a7K.vrr.7r;r-;r7?CTajau Tfl l-MIIUI '" 4 5B23HDBE3 Eastern Firms Want Their Money EVEN THE PENNIES COUNT. HOOKS & EYES TJie kind with a hump per card w COLLAR BUTTONS Plated Celluloid Back r andffront each It AGATE CollarButtons 4 -per dozen I'C THIMBLES AUumintam the 5c kind f for HAIR. PINS The kind that wont fall f -out per paper PINS. Adamantine per f n paper 1 C Cabinet Hair pins per 2r cabinet Jt SAFETY PINS One dozen on a card per y -card uL BRASS PINS Worth 5c per paper NAPKINS In red and blue borders Each 3c 4c These are only a few of the hundreds of useful articles in our store and the price on each one is cut in same proportion as these mentioned. TABLE LINEN White linen table Damask per yard 38c Red figured Damask per yard . .37c WHITE INDIA LINEN per yard vc COMFORTS Heavy worth $1.25 on sale at :. 6...

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

TUB TWICK-A-WBISK HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER io 1905 1 I (J fe Bes'ins oe Wte Musf tese Money to Pay our Bills A New Record For Low Prices on Men's Furnishings. ten days. Every ar- hcluded in this terri- ng reserved. More f newiall and winter tions all go in the . We have bought .heavy fall business tock go to meet pay- 1 UNDERWEAR-heavy fleeced worth 75c for 47c Derby Ribbed 26c A large line of high grade underwear the new winter goods recently in and every garment at greatly reduced prices. Suspenders Guyot worth 35c for 18c Hose the 2oc kind per pair 8 i-3c iHandkerchiefs white hemstitched worth llr !l.5C;at U4O 2oo suits worth from $8.00 to $15.00 for $4.48 3oo suits worth $1500 to $25.00 for . $9.98 1000 pair pants ods and ends $2.50 to Ci AO $3.5o for $1-40 5oo overcoats worth $15.00 to $20.00 $9. 98 SOX per pair -5c Duck coats heavy whip cord worth $2.00 j(j 25 SALES People Wanted Apply At Once. We can't mention every item but we have them and they are all marked ridicu- lously l...

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

P. 8 THE TWICB-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER io 1905 - Si'"- -hwiti"-i rm fin tmwmt Tn n f ; 4- i--i-i-'f H-f-v- If fMt t.MHl'-"H"t- ft I THE OKLAHOMA STEEL WATER POOLS f FOOLS SOLVES THE PROBLEM. I Least expensive and most satis- f factory the best drinking and $ storage tanks on the market. For Ranchmen and Farmers; write for Complete Information or See J. D. Willis Canyon City Texas. HUDSON & COOK Mfgrs. i Oklahoma City Oklahoma Territory.!! Hereford's For Sale. Ten head registered Hereford cattle four bulls six females. For prices apply to 1 P. Reid Mobeetie Texas. 37-8t A CHEERFUL LIFE For the lover of good liv- ing with the advantageof 'having the very highest quality of eatables at price that arc no higher than arc charged for gro- ceries of inferior quality. We have c choice ship- ment of California Bell Flower Apples which need no introduction to the lover of fine fruit and are the best ever offered on the market. Heinz's Celebra- ted line of table Specialties A Wholeso...

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

NEW MAN AT HELM. Qeneral Superintendent Cotter Appoints Texas flan to Suc- ceed George (lleger. General Supt. G. P. Cotter of the Denver road has announced the appointment of W. W. Millar trainmaster of the Missouri Kan- sas & Texas with headquarters at Denison as superintendent of the Denver Road with headquarters at Childress to succeed George Geig- er resigned to accept the position of superintendent of the southern division of the Kansas City South- ern with headquarters at Texar- kana. Mr. Millar has the reputa- tion of being one of the best traffic men in Texas and his coming to the Denver is but another step to- wards making that road one of the best in1 this state. Mr. Greiger is well known both in railroad and and commercial cir- cles in this city and during his ca- PAR EXCELLENCE Is the Result of all laundried linen turned out by our laundry. jfi j& j& We Look After the Little Essentialities Which Places Our work beyond criticism TROY STEAM LAUNDRY Phone 42 ree...

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

8 THE TWICE-X-WBEK HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10 1905 THETWlCE-A-WEEk HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10 1905 STAR ROUTE JOBS. SYSTEM Double -Breasted Sack WILL PROVE TO BE A VERY POPULAR SUIT FOR Fall and Winter Just the snap grace and swing to make you look right J Call and examine our elegant line of The Bell System Suits Single and Double - Breasted Overcoats and Raincoats. Deiigned and Made by Stern Lauer Shohl & Co. CINCINNATI O. . SOLD BY ALEX SHIELDS AMARILLO TEXAS Government to Re-Let Contracts All Over the Panhandle Country. SEVERAL ARE INDICTED. A Number of Citizens Accused of Land Fraud. Of the 6even indictments return aA 1 1 1 ou jcoiciuay tiA nave oe en maae public the one and part of the de fendants in some of the six being .still kept secret because of the fact ftnat the parties have not been ar- rested. B. H. Tallmadge was in--dicted in several counts for "con- spiracy todefraui the government -Sluggish Liver n Foe to Ambition. You can not accomplish very 'mucn n your liver ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 November 1905

I'HE rVVICE-A-VVEEK HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER 101905 II I - -i. i..r-. 1-- O TTTT7 Tl XT T7 -i i x (i With The ii wicea To every subscriber new subscription or renewal who sends us One Dollar During November We will Send you Both The Twice-a-Week Herald an Holland's Magazine For One Year Holland's Magazine is one of the cleanest most entertaining and attractive magazines for both young and old that is published. It is a southern publication issued by the Farm and Ranch Company at Dallas which is sufficient recommendation in itself for its high JJ 7.. ft I f J -J J-t' .t . ..... sianaarcu x ou win dc pieaseu anu ueiigmea wnn mis magazine & & SOME GOOD CLUB OFFERS FOR ONE DOLLAR The Weekly Live Stock Report of Chicago Chicago's great Live Stock Market Review. Valuable to every stockman. FREE FOR ONE YEAR With every new subscription or renewal for one year to the Twice-A-Week Herald During November National Farmer and Stock Grower Of St. Louis Best and strongest Farm and Stock Pap...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 10 November 1905

THE rVVICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER !Of 1905 P5? Continusmts In our Ladies1 Ready to Wear Department Our reductions in ready made apparel brought us many customers but the inclement weather doubtless kept many from taking advantage of the special offerings in this line so we will continue the same inducements all next week. But our advice is to make jour selection early as the sizes will be rapidly broken making it a little more difficult to make a selection. But in our immense stock we can certainly find a pleasing style for you. But you had better hurry. 12 M &f s Pri8$ These rainy days make a Cravenette coat appreciated. They are the dressiest garments imaginable and absolutely im- pervious to the rains and wind. They come in light weight full dress lengths specially priced from $9.75 to $20.00 We received by express this week 4 dozen silk petticoats in the new two-toned rustle taffeta silk beautifully made with wide flounce and dust ruffle elaborately stitched and trimm...

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

he TwiceaWeek Herald VOL. XX. AMARILLO TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEflBER 17 1905 NO. 40 Or. It. BRIDGE PETITION IN Request fur An Election On the Canadian Bridge Made Upon Powers. That bridge across the Canadian is going to be built and that with- out any unreasonable delay. For some time a petition has been in circulation asking that the board of county commissioners call an election to submit the matter to the people and it was signed by practically . every one to whom it was presented the great need of such a structure having been real- ized for years and there being such a state of the county finances that a bond issue covering its erection would not increase the tax rate a single cent no reasonable person could object to affixing his name. The petition was turned over to the commissioner's court Wednes- day afternoon and that body will give it consideration at the earliest possible date calling an election and complying with the expressed desire of the peoDle. Of course the bond issue wil...

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

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER I7 1905 Women as Well as Men Are Mails Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mint discourages and lessens ambition ; beauty 1 t (..1 7"" J? ncss n disappear when the kidneys are ' out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncom- 1 inon for a child to be born afflicted with 3d THE PUBLIC FORUM i the RUht Way the-Easiest Way4 of Attainment? A So clalistic View. weak kidneys. If the child urinates too often 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-wet-tin g depend upon it t lie 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 b...

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

I THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 7 1905 Cold Wave Coming! Better Get in Your Coal 1 AND DON'T FORGET THAT Niggetfhead Maitland Coal Has been sold in Amarillo during the last fifteen years and has grown in favor every year because IT HAS PROVEN ITSELF THE BEST. Don't be fooled into buying some other so-called "Maitland" Coal but getthe original NIGGERHEAD MAITLAND and you will be sure to get the genuine and the best. And remember thebest isalways the cheapest. Amarillo Grain & Coal Co 212 POLK ST. SOLE AGENTS. PHONE NO. 81 Railroad Time Table. Southern Kansas 301 arrives 8:40 a. m. 202 departs 7:40 p. Pecos Valley & Northeastern. 201 departs 9:15 a. in. 202 arrives 7:15 P- FOLEYMONEYTAtl Curat Coldsi Prevent Pneumonia Ft. Worth & Denver City. NORTH. No. 1 arrives 11:07 p. in No. 1 departs 1 1:12 p. in. No. 7 arrives 8.30 a. 111. No. 7 departs 8:55 a. m. SOUTH. No. 2 arrives : 5:20 a. m. No 2 departs 5:25 a. in. No. 8 arrives 7:10 p. 111. No. 8 departs 7:40 p.m....

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

thp TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17 1905 a mm - - sViCm ! 2SC SB 1 j T 'I 'J ' ; . I .-' r ( . t Kll 19 Whom ClKK frtn JU Coin Orcctmfl: . . TZhii Declaration U trttifll tM Mr WnW ' Official Hvar& Iftibbon a: Xouieiana Ipurcbaec V HErpoeitton inn rt tgMu ol 3uvv of Bwaroa ffhc Hujuhrt Cttuul llA( KiWwn J 1 CH lUM-lIU (N tpOifJi. ill Co 1 The Wheatland Roller Of Wheatland Wyoming MILLERS OF GOLDEN GRAIN FLOOR Have lately installed in their mills a Laundering plant in other words a system for washing drying and polish- ing the grain before grinding it the same as you would a piece of linen. This plant has been installed at a con- siderable expense but it places the Flour now being sold to you beyond a doubt As Pure as the Falling Snow. It is not bleached by some chemical process to make it white but still retains that nutty flavor from the wheat that our mothers liked so well. A Trial of this Famous Flour will Make you a Permanent Customer FOR SALE ONLY BY Council Meets i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 November 1905

r 1 " 1 1 li i it .v.y.o.ui v.ut'V'.v ! 11 .tix.l:r.'. V:': Local News Items DR. ALBERT J. CALDWELL Specialist on diseases of Kye.Kar Nose and Throat. Suite 9 Carson Bldg. IIours9toi2 a. m. 2 to6p.m. M. R. Groves who operates a string of lumber yards in the lower Pecos Valley was a guest of friends in the city Wednes- day on his way home from Ft. Worth. For rent and board pleasant location see A. P. Fowler at D. N. Wright & Son. 159-2t J. C. Pemberton of Dowagiac Mich. is in the city as the guest of his brother Frank. Fresh bulk and canned oysters daily at Schang's market. New location phone 520. 3titf Attention is called to the card of James Warren elsewhere in this issue offering free instructions in Spanish. Mr. War- ren is a man of undoubted competence and those desiring a knowledge of Span- ish can do no better than look into his offer. Two rooms furnished complete for light housekeeping desired by married couple. Address E. E. P. Lock box (i04. 39tf The trade was closed an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 November 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17 1905 4 1 if OFFICE Single and Double Entry Ledgers Journals Cash Books Receipt Books Memorandum Books Le- gal cap Paper Envelopes and other Office Supplies. A Complete Stoce of Bookkeepers Supplies. GIST BROTHERS PHONE 127 DRUGGISTS. Successors to the W. D. Patton Drug Company. 'to build a business for the future as well as for the present. We do only the kind of plumbing work that is honest and reliable. We charge only prices that are fair and square. We give each patron such satisfaction that each job is a fore- runner of future business. W.A.Watkins 407 Taylor street Phone 442. Bids Asked For. Sealed proposals will be receiv ed by the Commissioners' Court of Hartly County Tex. up to 12 p.m. Dec. 2nd 1905 for the furnishing of all labor and material to build a two-story brick and stone-trimmed Court House for said County. Plans on file in the County Clerk's office at Channing and 0. G. Roquemore's architect Amarillo Texas. Each bid must b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 November 1905

THK TVVICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17 1905 7 For the lover of good liv- ing w ith the advantage of having the very highest quality of eatables at prices that are no higher than are charged for gro- ceries of inferior quality. We have a choice ship- ment of California Bell Flow er Apples which need no introduction to the lover of fine fruit and are the best ever offered on the market. Heinz's Celebra- ted line of table Specialties Meadow Gold Creamery Butter White Falcon and Horeshoe Flour The best that wheat pro- duces. A Constant Demand for High- est Grade of Country Produce. GRIFFIN AND Your Fall n m COLLINS Geo. Stapleton In rear of Imperial Barber Shop. 4o4-a Polk St. Phone 305 Double -Breasted Sack WILL PROVE TO BE A VERY POPULAR SUIT FOR Fall and Winter Just the snap grace and swing to make you look right. JCall and examine our elegant line of The Bell System Suits Single and Double - Breasted Overcoats and Raincoats. Designed and Made by Stern Lauer Shohl & Co. CINC...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 17 November 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17 1905 Furs 0 8 0 lks and Wrans Exceptional values are offered in this special and the surprise is at the extreme low price at which we are selling this line. While every article in the store is marked wonderfully low we are making a special drive on these goods and it will pay you to see. Ladies' Ready to Wear Dep't See the Great Reduction price of Women's Suits. $25.oo to $35.00 Suits at $18.75 $i5.oo and $18.00 Suits at $5.10 Ladies' Waists are Being Sacrificed 50c and 75c waists at 10c $2.'oo tq $3.50 wool waists at 48c Special Bargains in Walking Skirts 25 skirts worth $2.00 to $3.oo at -.$1.48 50 skirts worth $3.50 to $8.00 at $2.48 Women's Coats Don't Miss This 100 Coats $6.00 to $1.00 values at $4.48 5o Coats $11. 00 to $16.50 values at $9.98 Tailor Made Suits 100 Ladies Tailor Made Suits...... 1-3 to 1-2 off 3K3 A HEAVY REDUCTION ON DKESS GOODS and SILKS $1.75 values at $J35 $150 values at $123 $1.25 valuts at 98c $1.00 values at 80c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 22 December 1905

9& 1 o i me Ji wiceai eeK iniera VOL. XX. AMARILLO TEXAS FRIDAY DECEHBER 22 1905 NO. 50 Wunnally's High-Grade Candies! tZ2z?2rZL ZztZiZl Other appropriate presents include delicate Stationery in fancy and Burnt Wood Boxes Medallions and Fine Jewelry & ttf t AN EXPERT ENGRAVER IN CHARGE OF OUR JEWELRY DEPARTMENT. RICHARDSON Druggists. W m GOLDIG & BANKS CONDITION Statistics Compiled By Denver Road of Banks Show Healthy Conditions. Statistics compiled by the "Den- ver Road" show that on the date of the last call for the year by the Comptroller of the Currency No- vember 9th 1905 twenty-five national and six private banks out of a total of thirty-three on the Denver Road and Wichita Valley not including Ft. Worth show in- dividual deposits and certificates of deposit to be $5015391.42. Of this $268012.68 represents certificates of deposits or money loaned by depositors to the local banks.! One town alone shows over $900000.00 individual de- posits and another $600000.00. Of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 22 December 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905 Women as Well as Men Are Mad Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition ; beauty vigor and cheerful ness soon disappear when the kidneys are ' out of order or dis eased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncom moil for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the child urinatestoooften 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 irouoie anu me ursi step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased coudition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a linbit as most nconle 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 SwamD-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 22 December 1905

I THti rWICE-A-VVUBK HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905 McKnMit Tramsfe: Co ivery a 1J Capital Stock $25000 Sales Ed Our Livery Department Consists of everything that goes to make a first- class Livery and Boarding Stable Stylish Rigs of all kinds gentle and good looking horses. Lo- cated corner Second and Taylor streets. t 1 Our Sales Department Is second to none in the Panhandle and we are pre- prepared to buy or sell from one horse or mule to a carload We have handled in the past year some fifty cars of horses and mules and have on hand now one car of good young mules and several cars of saddle and work horses. We also buy and sell TRY US FOR WHATEVER Mcknight trans Christmas is Coming And you will Want a Nice Suit and Overcoat Be sure and see our samples and figure with us. Our suits and overcoats are all right in style work- manship and material. Send us your soiled suits and overcoats to be cleaned pressed or repaired. J In the rear of Imperial Barber Shop. Telephone No. 305 At No...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 22 December 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905 SISTER: READ thiit Thousand hpsldea myself have cured themselves with It I aend It in nluln wrniuers. TO AlOTMtiRH OH DAUGHTERS I will explain s simple Home Treutment which speedily tndeHoctuallyourca AurrAa GrttntiicintiiM&I'ainful or rrrtfulnr Minntruulum In younir ladles. Hwlllatiyowofwrifyandxpuand8aveyur dauyhttr tin humiliation of explaining her troubles to others. Plumpness and health always result from Its use. Wherever you live I can refer you to well-known ladlea of your own Htntnor county who know and will flailly tell any sufferer that this Home Treatment really cure all dlteanetl condition of our delicate ferns lenrit an Ism. thoroughly trenirthem relaxed muscles and ligaments which cuime displacement and makes women well. Write today as this offer will not be made nun In. A1UI1 ess MRS.'fl. SUMMERS Box 38 Notre Dame Ind.. U. S. A. For home reference call on or address Mrs Olive Hickox Conway Texas BOOK EMPORIUM We hav...

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