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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 22 December 1905

THE fWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905 We wish to remind those who have been delayed in making their Christmas purchases that we still have ample selections of suitable holiday gifts. It is true the assortments become more broken each day but nevertheless we still have a goodly showing. Make your purchases here where you get the best obtainable for the money where you will have the largest stocks to select from and at a price lower than elsewhere. Remember that anything you buy here such as Hats Gloves etc. where sizes play a part and you find that you have a misfit we will gladly exchange for you after the holidays. m iMwaroia' urn . We have a beautiful line of Fancy Bedroom and House 1 B c avc somc g00c numers n hse California Blankets Slippers for both Ladies and Gentlemen that make very ac- JL 11 C W A O fY S rom amous Mission Mills of California. ceptable gifts. 1 1 J cL) VVjLOY J V 1 A Pair of thesc BIankes for a gift would be a very wise Ask to see them. w w s o g se...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 22 December 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905 THE TWICO-A-WEEK HERALD Publihel Hash Tuesday and Friday by th VARtlXO PUBLISHING iCOMPANY E. P. BROOKS WILL ROBINSON Business Manaf cr City Editor SUBSCRIPTION U.00 PER YEAR Official Organ of th City of Amarlllo. FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905 THE COMING OF SANTA CLAIIS. Who is Santa Claus? Just now to every child who is a real child """ inhabiting " that kingdom which every child should inhabit just as long as he possibly can "Old San- ta" is one of the most real person alities in the universe. He is the subject of tho ught throughout the day and appears with unfailing regularity in the dreams of the night. There are millions of child- ren who every night after they have entered Slumberland see the reindeer and the miniature sleigh with the well-known figure seated therein scudding across the starry sky or perhaps they may see the chubby old face peeping in at the window. But see him in some form why of course they do. In the daytime and ea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 22 December 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905 4.4.4.4.4.4 i444.. t Dr. J. H. Terrill Cures Diseases of Men $ I J. H. TCKKILL Master Specialist. if ...y . ANTEE of an ABSOLUTE CURE of any CASE I TAKE. CURE TO STAT CURED FOREVER STRUCTURE VARICOCELE CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON LOSS MAN- HOOD SEMINAL EMISSIONS NERVOUS DEBILITY EPILEPSY PILES HYDRO- CELE CATARRH ami all Chronic Diseases of the Stomach Kidney Bladder and Prostate Gland. Legal Written Guarantee to Cure You. I have a copyright pivon me by the government on a Remedy for Lost Manhood and Seminal Emissions which never fails to cure. I will giveathous- and dollars for any case 1 fail to cure if the patient will follow my instructions WRITE TOKAY for Dr. Terries lastest book No. 14 on the DISEASES of MEN. It will be sent postage prepaid in plain sealed wrapper to any ad- dress. In writing to Dr. Terrill you do not obligate yourself in any way. ALL CORRESPONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL. NOTICE! - A II persons coming to Dallas (or treatmanta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 22 December 1905

8 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905 r " 1 1 w bhould be tne most select and ot tne Dest quality or nign-iraae IV Candy. We have in stock a complete assortment of (7 TTTTr'fT of 1 ! IX! 3 508 Po( Maaaal Lbarnetts studio3 FOR TIME PHOTOGRAPHS Enlarging Copying and Special Attention Given to Kodak Finishing and View work. BEST WORK. :-: LOW PRICES. V 315 Taylor St. East of Postoffice. Amarlllo Texas. QUALIFIED VOTERS Attorney General's Ruling on the Special Election Issue January 2- Some time since the question was raised as to the validity of certain classes of voters on bond election matters as regards their payment of poll-tax for the year preceeding. County Judge Sain R. Merrill is in ree.jp? of the following letter which ra-akt. this point clear so far as governing the coming bridge elect- ion to be held on January 2: lion. Sam. R. Met rill Amar.llo Texas. Dear Sir : Replying 10 jour letter of the 15th inst. which has been unavoidably delayed it is the opinion of thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 26 December 1905

eek Herald. i wic VOL. XX. AMARILLO TEXAS TUBSDAY DECEflBER 2 6 1 905 NO. 51 eaW I lie THE ROAD PROBLEM A Wise Clodhopper Discusses the Matter of Permanent Highways. Editor Herald: Having been requested to write something in regard to the road problem as it affects Amarillo and surrounding country I take this opportunity of doing so feeling my utter incapacity to do it anything like justice but as what is every- body's business I suppose I am about as well prepared as any- body to write upon the subject. Why do I feel so helpless when I attempt to write upon this subject simply from the fact that it is such an important subject. I don't be- lieve there is any subject of more importance to this or any other community than the one in ques- tion aud I would include streets and sidewalks in Amarillo and roads leading into it. Now what are the facts in the case. Simply this Amarillo is con- sidered the metropolis of this en- tire plains country not only by people living near the city but...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 26 December 1905

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD TUESDAY DECEMBER 26 1905 Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it How To Find Oat. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty-four hours ; aBethmentcrset- tlingindicatesan . unhealthy con- 'dition of the kid- neys; if it stains your linen it is evidence of kid- ney trouble ; too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ore out of order. What To Do. There is comfort in the knowledge 60 often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects- inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne- cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 26 December 1905

THE rWICE-A-WEEK HERALD TUESDAY DECEMBER 26 1905 3 M ffi I i 1 i i 0 Beginning January ist we will begin doing a strictly cash business. We do this thinking that it will be a matter of little or no incon- venience to you and will save us a vast amount of bookkeeping. Besides it takes quite a good deal of time to collect small bills often times costing us as much to collect as the bill amounts to. We trust that you can appreciate our position in this matter and that you will give us your co-operation. Thanking you for your past favors and trusting that we may merit your future patronage we are Yours very truly 31X2 NlcTfui$i "Svawsfav Aev S SaVcs Compaq. i 7 ' ft 1 ft ft f ft WRIGHT'S ADIEU. Commissioner Tells His Fellows of His Regret in Leaving Amarillo. W. C. Wright commissioner of precinct No. 2 and one of the best known citizens of Potter County left Thursday evening for his new home at Edmonton Canada and will be followed by his family in the spring. His last official act was t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 26 December 1905

Railroad Time fable. Southern Kansas 901 arrives 8:40 a. m. 302 departs 74 P- Pecos Valley & Northeastern. 201 departs 9:I5 m- 20 2 arrives 7:I5P- m- No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Curst Coldii PrsvonU Pneumonia lenver Road's TO SAN ANTONIO. Account meeting State Teachers Association at San An- tonio Dec. 28-30 The Denver Road will sell round trip tickets at rates named below dates of sale Dec. 26 and 27 limit to Dec. 31. Rate $21.95 for round trip. CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR Holiday Rates To all Points in Texas. One and one-third Fare for the round trip. Dates of sale December 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 31 and January 1 1906. Limit to January 4 for return. L. B. SIMMONS T. W. WHITE T. F. & P. A. Local Agent. TEXAS FARMERS Located in the Panhandle Country constitute a vast proportion of those who are out of debt possess an abundance of all that is neces- sary to comfort and ea9y hours and Own Bank Accounts. Those who are not so fortunate should profit by past experiences and recogniz...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 26 December 1905

1 r" THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD TUESDAY DECEMBER 26 1905 OUR JEWELRY " STANDARD BEST Our Gold Filled Chains Contain more Gold than others am! Kiifiraritei'd to ive Entire Satisfaction. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF DIAMOND S LOOSE OR MOUNTED FROM $18.00 to $280.00 Solid Gold LinK Buttons And heavy Gold Filled. Over 200 pairs to select from From $1.50 to $15.00 DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS CUT GLASS SILVERWARE. JOS. ASTRACAN t Amarillo Texas Local News Items DR. ALBERT J. CALDWELL Specialist on diseases of Kye.Kar Nose and Throat. Suite 9 Carson Bldg. IIours9 to 12 a. tn. 2 to 6p.m. Leslie Tinsley spent Sunday here from Palhart A R Rude was a Claude visitor In Ama- rillo yesterday. Scott Stringfellow of Hereford spent Sunday here the truest of friends and rel- atives. S T McCullough was down from Chan- ning Sunday. J H Templeton and H W Gragg repre- sented Shamrock among the out of town visitors here this week. Tate LeMond is spending the holidays with his mother and sister at Ft. Worth B B Hayden le...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 26 December 1905

THE TVICE-A-WEEK HERALD TUESDAY DECEMBER 26 1905 THE TVVICE.A.WEEIC HERALD Published Each Tu'dy and Friday by the AMARILLO PUBI.1SHINO iCOMPANY G. P. BROOKS WILL ROBINSON. Buslnesi Manager City Editor SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR Official Organ of tha City of Anarlllo. TUESDAY DECEMBER 26 1905 The Child ress Post celebrates Christmas by the issue of an elab orate special edition worthy in every respect of the splendid country it represents. It was an unappreciated bit of irony that the weather man should have brought that big load of pros pectors to town in the first real blizzard of the season but then come to think of it he gave us ample waring. Next Monday is the day we make a number of resolutions and keep none of them. That is the way with humanity but it is per- haps the better off for having made the resolution;! whether they are kept or not. While faithful to the last there isone class in Amarillo that is glad that Christmas is over and that is the clerical staff of the vario...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 26 December 1905

t THE TWICE-A-VVEEK HERALD TUESDAY DECEMBER 26 1905 HAIR TELLS CHARACTER. Color of Hair Said to Indicate Per- aon'a Temperament. Many poople believe that blondo or light hair denotes affection and dark hair constancy. A person without hair Is not devoid of character; far from it. The disposition of the average bald- headed man la to show such solicitude for the welfare of others that he neg- lects himself. A germ causes baldness. I'rof. Sabouraud of Paris Franco In- nocculated a rabbit with Dandruff germs causing it to become totally bald in fife weeks' time. To rid the scalp of those dangerous germs It is necessary to apply Newbro's Horpiclde. 'Destroy the cause-you remove the effect." Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c In stamps for sample to The Horpiclde Co.. Detroit. Mich . E. R. Roach DrujtCo Special Agts SOUVENIR CHINA! We have just received an exquisite assortment of chocolate sets teas coffees creams cake plates etc. 15c up Every piece with a photograph of some familiar Am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 26 December 1905

THE TVVICH-A-WEEK HERALD TUESDAY DECEMBER 26 1905 It Helps. the Blood Along and Makes the Run-down System Strong. Cures Anyone. THE ROLL OF HONOR The Day You Begin Taking Ozomulsion that Day Your Cure Begins. Bright Pupils of the City Schools Who Scored 90 or Over in December Exams. Is the Ozone. Guaiacol nivcerine Sore and ' EDITOR'S NOTE. With a knowledge of the unequalled merits of Ozomulsion we unhesitat- 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 ah - Artistic little book entitled "BABYVILLE" beautifully illustrated in seven colors and also a TRIAL BOTTLE of Ozomulsion the Great Health-Food-Tonic will be sent you absolutely free by maiL Address letter or postal card to Ozomulsion Co. 98 Tine Street New York. FOR TOM'S SAKE A Tree Which Dore Good Fruil "by OTHO S. SEfCA '"Copyright 1904 by Otho B. 8eiva. MOST wonderful nntl gorjj.'ou.s Christm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 20 February 1906

4! aWeek I: hie rain VOL. XXI. AMARILLO. TEXAS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1906 NO. 1 5 1 wice ie FORGERY CHARGED Young Man Here is Arrested for Attempted Forgery and Lodged in Jail. Deputy Marshal L. J. Bolton made a very important arrest last Saturday in taking into custody W. D. Wright alias W. II. Mover who is charged with forgery. From the evidence obtained in the case it seems that Wright alias Mover has been connected with with the Santa Fe in the general offices and a part of his duty has been in calling for the Santa Fe mail at the postoffice here. During January he secured a letter ad- dressed to the First National Bank from Silverton containing a check on the Memphis bank for credit at the First National here. This letter contained a check for $140 made payable to T. h. Anderson and signed by J. L. Bolton a well known stockman of Hall county. The check carried the endorse- ment of Mr. Anderson and had been cashed by the Silverton Mer- cantile Co. of Silverton. After securing this...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 20 February 1906

THE TVIClA-VVl;EK HERALD TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2o 1906 Mhsley . Realty & V 71; t k' 4- ' fX V"Jl V. Ben T. Ansley President We sell more land than any don't stop us. EGGS ALL CONTAIN A POISON ( Action of Gastric Julcet and Bile Pre- vents Bad Effects. Paragraphs have been extensively published In the daliy papers dealing with the researches of M. Lolsel of Paris on the recurrence of poisonous principles in eggs. It teems that the yolk of the eggs of hens ducks and tortoises contain a poison which if Injected Into the veins or otherwise Inoculated Into the unlmal body causes death from its effects on the nervous system. The white of the tor- toise's egg alno contains a toxic sub- Stance. Why eggs are not poisonous as or- dinarily used or even when eaten raw may be explained on the ground that the action of digestion alters the coin- position of the egg or at least modifies It so that 111 effects are avoided. In- deed It Is eany to show that certain foods at a particular stage of diges...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 20 February 1906

THE: TWICE-A-WKHK HERALD TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1906 BOUNDARY LINE Congressman 5tephens Making Effort to Finally Establish Texas-New Mexico Boundary Line Congressman John H. Stephens of this district has taken up the question of the Texas-New Mexico boundary line which as it now stands has proved a menace to many settlers along the border and which has been a matter of con- jecture since the establishment of the old Clark line. Dr. M. W. Cunningham is in re- ceipt of the following letter from Mr. Stephens which is self explan- atory: "I enclose you herewith a copy of a letter that I have just received from the commissioner of the Gen- eral Land Office which is self ex- planatory. As this is a matter of considerable interest to the people living along the line of New Mex- ico will you please hand it to some of your papers and have it publish- ed. "You will see that the letter ad- mits that the old Clark line on which the Syndicate's west fence Is situated is recognized by the U. S. Gove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 20 February 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD' TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1906 r Of our Great CLEAN-UP Sale. Our Spring Goods are arriving and our Winter Goods departing. For a few days more we offer you the choice of the best assorted Stock in the Panhandle at Winter CLEAN-UP Prices. This is an opportunity that should not be overlooked and everyone should avail themselves of this last chance. 4 T7T7 fF7 J3 ember you have the choice of Our remaining Stock of Winter Clothing SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF LADIES' WAISTS AND SUITS. New Spring designs in White Waists the latest Styles and Patterns from the ETf Eastern Market Price p 11 . 0 U Ladies' Spring Tailor Made Suits the latest procuctions of the dressmakers art Q7 A Q. regular price $15.00 to $25.00 on sale p d .O Only a limited number of these suits could be procured and as long as they last they will be sold at this price. Save Your Duplicate Tickets They Are Valuable for Beautiful Presents. nr5k TLJT li Jo M OU ROUSING MEETING Important Railroad Matters Dis-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 20 February 1906

t I . D THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD TUDSDAY FEBRUARY 20 1906 5 Local News Items DR. ALBERT J. CALDWELL Specialist on diseases of Kye.IJar Nose and Throat. Suite 9 Carson Bldg. Hours 9 to 12 a. in. 2 to 6 p.m. Miss Addie Irick. of Plainview is the puest of Mr. and M.s. J. L. Blake on Taylor Street. Bryans Commoner day is February 24 Everybody can get it then at 00 cents a year. Don't miss the chance. For Rent the W B Root place See A M Works 15 It. Hats for the most exacting in a beauti- ful showing at the A A A man's. 15-1 1 Hear Prof J Patton's Challenge Military band with the Honolulu Minstrels at Am- arillo opera house Wednesday Feb 28 The AAA man has a complete and well assorted line of the latest shapes and patterns in spring and summer hats 15 1 1 Major G T Jourdan of the Salvation Army occupied the pulpit at the Christian church Sunday at the morning service and at the Methodist church in the even- ing He spoke to a large attendance last night in the court house on South Africa w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 20 February 1906

6 THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1906 CROWDUS BROS. & COMPANY I EXCLUSIVE WH()USA(. DULtKS IN GRAIN HIDES WOOL AND FURS. We can Save you money on car lots of Grain Cotton Seed meal and cake. Brine us your hides highest cash prices paid at all times. Try us. Near Round House. THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD Published Each Tuesday and Friday by the AMARILLO PUBLISHING ICOMPANY E. P. BROOKS BRITAIN R.WEBB Business Manager City Editor SUBSCRIPTION It. 00 PER YEAR Official Organ of the City of Amarlllo. Any erroneout reflection upon the character. standing or reputation of any person firm or cor poration which may appear in the columns of I hi Herald will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention ol the publishers. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1906 Don't forget about the tree planting campaign this year and re- solve to improve your premises by planting trees and planting lots of them. February 22nd is Arbor day and a day that should be fit- tingly observed by making su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 20 February 1906

THIi TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD TUDSDAY FEBRUARY 20 1906 Chamberlain's Coufch Remedy Ab- solutely Harmless. 'Every mother should know that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is perfectly safe for children to take as it contains nothing harmful. For sale by Golding Drug Co. 5Tlm ABOUT AMARILLO The Amarillo Company. E. Z. Ross is in Amarillo and will shortly open tho general offices of the Amarillo company and for W. F. Shelton ceneral selling agent for the Amarillo company for other points than Amarillo. Trav- eling salesmen have been appoint- ed and office opened in Kansas City. The company is preparing to make "all roads lead to Ama- rillo." The general affairs of the company will be transacted from the Amarillo office. MAN'S APPEARANCE HELPS NOW-A-DAYS. A garment plays the all-impor-partinaman'saDDearance. and it is his duty to buy a becom- ing one. The Made-to-Order garments we sell are suited in pattern style and cut to the physical requirements of our customers. Our prices are right. Our gar-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 20 February 1906

8 THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2o 1906 Mil. la (Grisue Cost M illHIII 1 hi UlilLlill ill j-.. i.tk ir-i j-.fr -.TiTnriwTwiirMii iiwn -m In the history of Amarillo is now in progress. This sale has been inaugerated to close out the large and well assorted stock of merchandise of the Connally Mercantile Company d & & m 113 rn IP if -J --a T? T T? A TT . ypfK s& I "'A )j J4 Por Street . . O iX!hO AY Sacte Building Phone 563. m FOR ON SOUTH PLAINS Fl FTEEN DAYS Our Entire Stock of Dry Goods jniGroceries Will be sold at a Great Discount for SPOT CASH ONLY as we desire to materially reduce our stock preparatory to business changes contemplated. As an inducement we offer a few bargains below which are in line with our reduced prices throughout the store 20 pound! Standard Granulated Sugar $1.00 10 pounds Premium Lard 1.10 10 pounds Quaker Lard L10 Dry Salt Meat per pound 10 10 pounds Compound Lard ..: 75 2 packages 2-pound Oats 15 25 pounds Navy Beans 1.00 18 pounds...

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