The Sunday Morning Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 11, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 10, 1910 Page: 5 of 12
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THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD SU
APRIL 10. 1910.
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Juitr B. Ristf . J. I. Ninir .twitt Hiiji
Let us collect your bad accounts as
well as Rood one'.i
(Collections nude anywhere)
AMAftlLLO COLUECTION BUREAU
fl'fite: Cxur Finn m Taylir Itrnii.
f NONE 115 AMIIIIUO TCIAS
Why 1 IHil It
lo Whom It Mu' Concern:
H Is already known to a few that
I have resigned tlin honored and
appreciated off . a i Mayor of Cau-
yon City and moved my residence to
Amarlllo. Now why did 1 dd it T
Thtra are several good rtusoni why
but th fliBt blow may to suffi-
cient. first I did not make u icidest
living there. (Hardly made an It to'
aeason plain victuals.) And IbU
fallura was not altogether my fault;
while tho poopln generally rompll-!
men tod me but only ono real busi-
ness man thero soomod to bolluve
that I could do some thlngH; but bu
also undertauJs that I could not llvoj
ca hot sir alouo Of course I pre-
sume the people were either blind 1
or thought I win rich and retired
but this lait condition 1( bat-blindness
throughout the observing peo-
ple. Second I did not at Canyon City
and will not bers seek sny-crflce lu
church or state and when you learn
just who and wbat I am you 111
not wonder at my notlieefclBg office
ther or elsewhere; becauao politi-
cally I am a "mugwump;" denomina-
tionally If cot religiously a non-
descript too silly to be a hypocrite
too proud to beg and not willing to
steal and rny viewi on some of thi
above subjects ara not a Hurt) bit
popular In this -country but they
are my own all the samo aud to me
tbey are worth moro than gold pelf.
Third X am ber0 to make an
honest living In an honest business
and In so dqlng will render mself
qultjs unpopular with many people
because I am going to run tbe Vn Al-
ness above Indicated in tbe pnMI' -lied
card with "hot boxes" ud even
If the axles molt the wheels will
goon. Have you read our card? j
Now you aid my business and I
will aid yours.. Do you soo the
point I bellove in and want a
square deal. Is that your motto?
If you say'yes we will both know
a little lattr on whether or not tbe
"yet" Is hot air.
.We do tot expect to get all your
business In our line nor yo we ex-
pect to work for your Interestg alonn.
We will meet you half wy and take
all the cursing from tbe other fel-
low for he is almost sure to cuss
some mentally If not orally. It
our proposition is not fair which
moans to live and let live then you
do as you pleAjft and wa will do the.
best Wecau - 6 nton't -orget'f to
read our eard and remember wrjforo
we may bo found for receivioarCom-
pltments kicks or curses t: provided
thcro l8 any business la it " j
' Respectfully if '
JASPER N. HANEY.
Now 1 the time to make .that
that Flower garden. Foo Amarlllo
Greenhouse for plants bulbs. etc.
ft 1 1 f O 1 ' "
Society Department I'lione Uilh.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tandy of
Canadian are vUtlng M?- Tandy
moUler. Mm A. V. uls
MlHg Handall of Dallas Is the W1
of Mrs. J. W. Klrby. Mlsa UnnduU
wl b i th city for several clays.
Mrs 11. N. Crueller a"'' "n
Nicholas who have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Win. lUrrell for tlm
paat month left Friday for Cedar
'Rapids Iowa. Mrs. Cruemer con-
templates returning to Amarlllo to
Mrs J. T. Hatter of Decatur
Texas." who bag bben visiting Mrs. U
O. Thompson for several days re-
turned homo yesterday morning.
. Mrs. R. h McMeans entertained
th0 Krldny Five Hundred club yes-
terday afternoon. Tho substitutes
were M"- w'lnfrey Mrs. Terry
Thomnson. Mrs. Rolll Scales. Miss
Cnnnrt Mill- Mamie Trie ODQ St
MlKRes Jennie Wetsell and
guerlt Wheatley guvo a linen and
silk hose shower lust evening for
Miss Dvrtba Baddler who la to be an
The Eueste were Misses Daisy
Brown Tollee Plenson Katie Rao
McC.ee Nottlo Wheatley llortenso
Russell' Bertha I'enry and Marlon
Russell. The chaperou8 were Mrs.
J. M Russell and Mrs V. W. Wet-
sell. Mrs. Woods Ellison gave an In-
formal seven o'clock dinner last
Miss Barton of Culvert Texas Is
the guest of Mrs Terry Thompson.
Nodle Tuesday Mrs Don Cros-
sett 1104 Van Buren Street.
Twentieth Century Tuesday Mrs.
W. H. Dockray 1107 Fillmore Street.
Philharmonic Tuesday Miss
Nobles 1200 Taylor S-fl-eet.
Wednesdays Wednesday Miss
Ilazclton 800 Harrison i-t.
J. N. G. Thursday Miss Kate
Bock well 1404 Lincoln Street.
rijarleto Thursday Mrs. Chas.
Meek. 43 N; Grant Street.
Tlerlan Thursday Mrs. Ray
Wheatley gl2 Washlnton 8treeC
Qusrenfa. J.JO" Mrs J.Bvneed
iSOd'tiSt.rW. K' ''
Owen 512 Polk Ftreet.
Mrs D. AV.
IU-v.'J. T. McCliJ
arrive In Amarlllo
Kin a revival mow
Street Methmllxt h
lug. Rev. M1CI11
us uno of (hi nbl
Texas and hl en
more than uhu
tlninli Society Calemlar 1
Surrod Heart Kxtentdon-- eamvs ) ()f
duy wlih Mrs. P. K. HoHeiS. Twen- ( Methodius and
tteth and Polk Streets I
V01111K Ladle KorelRn Mission1 0 definite nun
Society Methodic church parlors 1 t)0 iPgin (
Monday at 3 o'clock. J will continue bu
I.ndlos KorelRn Mission ?rr-lMy iHH bo (jomlu
Mothodlet Church Monday at 3 o
Young Woman's C'lnle C. W. B
M with Mrs. Robert Aten.'. Mon-
day at 3 o'clock.
Pllgrem Workerswith Mrs. W.
McCaslln Monday nt 2:30.
St. .Andrews Guild wliU Mrs
Dlotz Monday at 2 o'clock.
West Minister Guild with Mrs.
Clydo Cockrell Monday at 4 o'clock.
Ladies MlHKlonary Fillmore ftrnel
Presbyterian Church at tho church
parlors Wednesday' at 3 o'clock.
Mrs W. E. Mtllken entertained at
progressive forty two last evening
1 Jl known
ht to the
s in tnis
f WANT ADS )
Tco LteTo Cllfy
m t Is mado
t 111 doubt
leat by result.
First PrcKl.jternrch Cor
ner Sixth and Flllf ets Rev
J. K. Ivy' paotor
Sunday school Preach
Ing 11 a. m. and i Christian
Endeavor 7. p. m
The rubllc Is i Invited
and strangera web all times
St. Andrew's I"
Oth and Fillmore
11 a. m. Evenln
mnn 'at fi . m
''be decorations were marguedltes dr0W8 Brotherhoo
sd ferns. After me game u8nv re- 7 p.m. Meetn
tho home of Mrs.
ut 3 p. m.
vshments sherbet enko and
y worYV 'ved. Tho guonts wero
tV nd Mlf Vl. L. Richardson Mr.
aV Trs. J 'farter Mr. and Mrs.
EYES TESTED md 6LASSES
PROPERLY FITTED -
ALL. WORK KSSOLUTELT CUARASTEE )
DB. LOUIS YASEEN 0. 0.
- GRADUATE OPTICIAN
flfficilThi Amarillo Texas
Curtis Drug Store
A G. Covlntf; ! Mr. and Mrs. j. i
Scott Mr. ariVrs. Tom Strand
Mr and Mrs. Sarvls Mrs. R. A. Bur-
ger Mrs.'Pandy of Canodlan. Dr.
and Mrs. Dunneveskl of Plalnvlow
and Mr. and Mrs. Babb. .
Tbe Mothers' Club meeting hold
on Friday afternoon at the Polk
Street School was the most inter-
esting and entertaining onj t(e club
has 6or hed. The topic for tho af-
ternoon s "Parks and Play-
grounds" led by MIkh Ilcndil.'KS. a
teacher in the public schools. Her
I paper on the subject win opyuar
rlsowbero In this issue.
Chas. W. Sanger left' Friday for
a several week's visit with his fam-
ily at Los Angeles California.
Every ' member of the. Westmin-
ister Guild is urged to bo present at
the meeting on Monday afternoon at
the home of Mrs Clydo Cockrell.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
Society of the Polk Street Methodist
Church will hold an Important meet-
ing nt te church Monday iiernoon.
Ali.JuihfrB BT especially to
on pre en t.
mon 11 a m.; Sms 3:00 p.
n. m : B.
; Junior I'nloil
T. U.. 7:00 p.r
Cliiwch 9:45 a. ray school;
11:00 a. m. aerim! p. m. Jun
ior C. E.: 7:00 rl P. S. C E;
8:00 in. m. Sermi
In tbe absence las;or Rev
Romlg a returnrlonnry from
China wlll condl services.
9:46 a. m. Rlbf
a Growth." 3:00
Society; 4:00 p. rJ
p m Senior C. E
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TO TRADE Fine residence.
rooms. 3 acre. tana. "" "."
i... o mo inn value 112.000
30 lota In Haskell close in. n
worth $250 each 17.500. 400 acres.
... latfarunn COQDtV.
line ro ". . -
cloe In at Deaumont first class ana
lk n r' IZII.UUU.
..... iu mile! Worthaifi. Free
ifit 130 ner acre; $2400;
.11 frnm lni Will VmJ Ullici
nr it nlare Is worth it. Address
in n n hr.T an. Fort' Worth
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Tavii 1HOKO H
FOR SALE HIS acres of all tlfl
able land at 125 pr acre terms to
...i. .....h..u Imnrnvemf nt.i as
mnA flv room nouse lliu
teres In thorough state of eultlva
vaiion. two wells complete. Land
.11 and crosa fenced. Land
Charlea Donald Vega Texas.
Will Yoy Buyor-Trade
For Any of the Following?
of St An-
Jrvch at 410
R V. Jen
WANTED Will trade some close
in Tulla lots fer honse sUto or
horse and buggy. 901
WANTED Two dining room girls
at oire for Hntt Eating house st
Wichita Falls Tes freetraneports-
inn. Balarr t!3 ner month. can
also place severs! yoo men and
women with the Harrey Houeee ai.
good aalarlea. Amarlllo Employ
ment Office phont 116. .
. SALE Cheap
LOST Paste bosrt hox containing
letters. paera rawr and strop. Re
wm for Information and rerturn.
Write K. I. Csnnedy Panhandle
rch W. P
WANTED Single lady desires work
In small family.' Good references.
Phfrn 78. 201-3P
1; 11:00 a
Tlitlan Life Is'
1 C E; 7:00
FOJR SALE First elass No. t Oliver
typewriter latest model at your .
own price. Soe H. Hill claim agents
nfir. p. V. Offices. 201s-:p:
WANTED Roomera and boarders
rates reasonaoie now muuuru u
JO i W. 7th Street. . 201s-3p
There wl I be in the Amsrillo Stock
Yards Thursday E gbty bead of niised
cattle and Forty bed of Shosts. This
ttulf is in good flesh. Enquiry fjf VH
THOS. GIIIBS. Stock Vata
L. itn- --lji 'i:i'-mmnm.Whl M
4fcJ. T-Jt J 1 ' 4rt 1
a- srf rsBi im- - rjr tL) i
sinfL. a. i;-"
: Courteous Treatment
Prompt Service ';
CRYSTAL ICE CO
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To get a sllghtlv used Piano at very low price. For tbe nej;t
few r'nys' we will offer all our used piano nt prices niul terms
to move them. We must moke room for three cars of pianos
recently purchased fur this store. We 'will also make Kreaily
reduced prlcea on any piano on our floor for the next hIx days.
Come see for younielf. We are factory distributors for the
won lerful Weber Seinway Plnno. Hiish & Lane Ivors & Pond.
Chickertng Rros. W. W. Kimball. Stock e-c. Who cannot se-
lect a piano from this stock?
Terms to suit any purse.
Cut your grocery by
1! Ihm tt
i ranoerrics ;
-so r ? K"
Red Salmor- " '
3 Hominy IP ' '
11 II UHMII1
mo B1T.K Cheao. Mce eecona
hand trsvellng hsck w.lth glses ves-
Rbule. Good ss new.' Apply F. H.
Harris. 1400 E. 5th Street. 201s-2p
FOR SALE East front corner lot
southwest part of town. Tw Works
from car line. 00. Address Lot
care Dally Panhandle. aOla-tfc
My lautiful rrw.b.nRlon. 1005 an Kn. iwr cholc
nelKhhnrhmHl; 6 nice ronins. also den. hall. WhWi V-
ing porch etc. Very largr living room bnil cf
IM.e. in m.sln. o.e f replace built In l.ok ""Vl.? llS I
seat rtc. ranoled dlnlntf room. 10tr nice electric UuliS "v
Tntcs Kitchen has Urge bullUIsi cabinet. Itath rwrt n pice
norcolaln fixture. Oi.e be! room in wlilt 'namel. Plenty
Ka. rt" Very deep front porch. TUck Urg.
Uttlcrc . CrmeuteVl .loor y.M. Wah ho-aej. ChtJ hoose
and store room. Cow bar 1 ben honse. C.raded Uwn sd- i
ed in blue crass. Cement walk; curbs and tra In front. City
.." e?ectrtc lUh( and tdephon WH sell this model HU
tie home for I..VH. Term. l.000 cash.
son.ble paymeuts. rosseson given In ten itaja. Will trafle
for improved or unimproved property either cUme In or Uke
vacnt lots In south part of city as part paynient
Fine hnlMlnit lot corner 10th and Van " SS2
iml tree on two side this lot Kl. 0xl4O feet. CUj 'water
ami electric iigm". i rr q. i.u-n... ...... -" . -iV.
Two Rood lots south of my home above
rorhloc and trrea. Will Uke O0 for 60 fe-t or $700 tor 00
Three JhX Ss'soUM K "SSJ
corner bnlldlnB site IROttRO fe e. corner lh Md MhiBt
lagton. Jnst south of rr.nk F resm.n'a new fine bwpht
nd thl. side thow tvre new hri.k houacw. dement walks and
"rb. on two aide. Right to pipe water from wlndrntU on
property goe. with the lot. IMc R0O Tr lot of tl.BOO for
hlc'ck; Will not divide ltceonabl restricUon. M to
ImlldlnKH. Fasy trm. If rteslrod. -
One lot 30x140 on SontH Lincoln strert east front on the car
line. Clear will sell or trade worth the money. .
lot. BOxHO feet e.rh out toward the Bant Fe ''JT
ner llth md Ifonston street.. Wll Isell or trade right. They
are clear. Mlht trade for equity.
I have trr -led fen- The F.asu... Cement Work Plant b
Ath and 7t on Madison. Plant Inchidea east front lot and
building; t block machine. which have large dally ePelty .
About 1.000 ent block on b6 and 130 sacks crmenU A
ecefsary tool. arraper. plow. wagons team. etc. ft wm
' . .u in MniNit blocks. Here
.ell cheap easy icrnm f v-t --- nlfi
is money making bnsines. that can be handle d m m 11 cap IU1
and should pny for Itself in few months. Might trade this.. It
Is clear of Incumbrance. See me quick. ..
1 offer "Tho Western Livery noardine and Sales Co. for
sale. Fine established money maklnit bt.slnrsa. Rest locaHoil
in the city. Cheap lease on bnllding. ITleo ahont 00.
Could reduce If desired. Great opportulnty to rtep right InM a
bis hurt-ess. with the eummer aeaaon Just liw MlJM
trade f- city prowrty land note or anything worth the
money that will not require my time. .'.'
10.O()0.00 In seenred note.. Will trade In most any nniount.
Few hundred up for good city property. Borne of these note
are due weekly some monthly and eomethj. Fall and few.
have several year to run. Property offered must be worth the
Mat horse bugglei. surriee. waRon. harness n"'t0'
trade or sale eash or easy payment. at my stabW. TOl Polk
itroet. TtiR stock alw.y. on hand. Wil buy anything In above
line any time for caah If It looks like a hartcaln to me.
I want 'o make aom. kind of trade with earper to build
me two house- at once. Also want to V0Ji Ai lt
and masonry work. Also want to trade for lumber. Also want
to trade for a house to move off some lot.
Allny stnff Is clear and I will rive quick fair deal most any
thing I have for most anything you have. v
If yon mean business come at me with jw propositions and
I'll say yea or no quick.
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FOR RENT Five room house 1501
Fillmore. Phone 608. ZOls-tte
At Western Livery and Sales Co.
FOR RENT Two nice
men only. Fhone 289.
FO RUNT -Three piee unfurnished $
roons private entrance paa ana
Uglts. 1211 Pierce Street.. . i
i :ois-:p a
FCR TRADE 80 acre farm la Cen
to county Arkanaaa and (6 room
buse ln Amarlllo ror PSnhandle
fam. Close to some railroad town.
pekrsy A. Molyneaux Chanslor
biding. 1 Phone 336. .: 201s-2o
NEWTON'S f Sed
C-ner Tenth and Buchanan Streets.
R. William O. Rogers pastor. A
"'45 a m. Sunday School; 11:00
a-i. Bermon; 8:00 p. ra. nong
Vl' and Sermon..
ileordial Invitation is extended to
Don t Hesitate
Use TEXACO ROOFING and you will be
satisfied made of the best trade of Wool
Felt and Bitumen over 99 per cent pure. No -tar
of any kind. Durable-stands all kinds
of weather conditions.
AsK For Prices
THE TEXAS COMPANY
General Offices: Houston Texas
ForSals byall Dealers
m.l .U A IJIIJU f :llWlWPJtHJTV"l"imiagggg
CORNER 5th AND POLK STS. AMSRILL8.TEX.
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pS4 :crs H
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A FIEBWG Ot SECURHI !
hy i ho carry. tir family protection with
Wi)l r because on rvP right. We started on
adcWf '. lone sufficient to.rrv 0ut our contracts witn
U V' rn twelve payments Cf. year. No more no less.
HI. lT..i!lt np our Res-a until today we hav a
ltesert f r -every member lood standing.
VS." J. .Reserve on ourrrfCt plan it ti not. ner-
... ... Vjkf I . t m.m.M fill F HA.
..til inn nil'iuurin . n nin iftc. vus
M . "hW oY security" In ;its
asn ao o "t j"1! c.nti rrrw""
Of 6UCil "M"'1 """S "
11 be adt
y' in Amarlllo) cftn tell you whether
to apply for ruction.
A MCE L:ME OF
Vegetables received fresh Monday
morning.idcludlns; Spinach Mus-
tard Beets Turnips Radishes.
Onions Celery and Carrots. Also
anything to be found Jn a first-
class meat market. Prompt de-
liveries and courteous treatmfnt
i noun lexns.
k.. Peputy fop Ariuo.
1 RfE ' .407000.00 I
Phsncs 121 asd 122
614 Po!tt Street
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