The Sunday Morning Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 12, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 17, 1910 Page: 5 of 12
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THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD SUNDAY APRIL 17 1910.
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' Hoclnty Dcpui-tinciif I'lionu ;;th. '
The home of Judge and Mm II.
(J. Hendricks ISOrt Vnn Duron
gtreet was tho sren of an entertain-
ment Friday evening In honor of
Miss Masterson of Fort Worth.
The functlou was to give local
toclety leaders an opportunity of
meeting the honoreo who la Boon to
recorave with her parents to this
Mrs. Hendricks was assisted In
receiving and entertaining nor
guests by Mesdomct Avery Tumor
Win Boyre Will Herring and John
Not a Labor
It takes a Jons: time to
learn to play most musi-
cal instruments well.
This is the reason there
are not more preat mu-
sicians. Almost every-
one enjoys music; most
people are distinctly
Benefited by it as a mat-
ter of fact there is the
making .of a fair musi-
cian in every home.
The trouble has been
in the past to find an in-
strument that busy peo
ple could learn to play. People 6f affairs business men
and women with social and household cares cannot
spend the time necessary to master the ordinary piano.
The player piano is peculiarly the business man's instru-
ment. He can learn to play it in a single sitting: though
he cannot exhaust its pleasures in a lifetime. Behind the
Player Pianos is the
Whole World of Music
' It can be played by hand like other pianos. It leaves
nothing to be desired in tone action and case. It is just
as acceptable to the musisian of the household as the
ordinary piano. -but unlike all other pianos the Tlayer
Piano has a positive value both as a pleasure and a bene-
fit to the man of a family.
Two cars of Pianos now enroute for our 'Amarillo
store. Watch for our addthe first of this. week.
We carry the wonderful Weber. Steinway Pianola
Piano. Push & Lane Stcck Ivers & Pond W. W. Kim-
ball. Chickcring Bros. etc.
Terms to suit any purse. Ye welcome an X-ray inves-
tigating dl our Tianos and selling system.
W A. Leyhe Piano Co
T. L. Henderson Mgr. Largest Piano Concern in Texas
Corner jjutn ana foiK &ts.
Any system that needs a tonic need9 also a blood pun-
6er for it is the weakened impure condition of llieci.-wi-Ution
that is responsible for the run-down state of health.
The supreme office and duty of the blood ia to fur-
nish nourishment to every portion of the body. The cir-
. Cttlatory Eystem magnificent and wonderful in its con-
struction supplies the means ..for the distribution of sys-
temic nutriment to every nuiscle nerve bone gland sin-
ew and tissue of the body; and just as long as the blood
remains pure and rich each of these members are healthy
strong and normal. '
We have only to recopnizethe importance of pure
blood in preserving health to realize the danger of a
weakened circulntion. The use of a proper tonic when
the ystem is depleted and run-down will often prevent
rlencss. because weak
systems cannot resist disease while healthy systems are able to ward it off.
Deficient blood nutritneiit is usually manifested in a general bodily
weakness a tired worn-out feeling fickle appetite poor digestion etc.
Sleep does not sufficiently refresh the bdy and the languid feeling fre-
quently makes the ordinary duties of life burdensome. ...
tonic or niz mcrrsT order."
B. B. B. is all you cUlm for it to
nrioh and rnovte the blood and
to build npthanrlbaalth. My
blood wi wotk and Impure nod I
was troubled with a a-nrl let-
ting down of th ayit.m. The
eymptoma ar too welt known for
ma to datnll. It la only rraary
for me to stnts thit und" t v nne
tonio and blootl pun'. offflctj
?t 8. B. B. mr RPTifctii i . vdl
noreaautl in ai.v.nt.i .. i-eiRht
and mr blood was rue..i . 1 to its
normal hualtbr oardli!..
Orrln A. F.otiina
MS W. Dltmond Ave. UasKiou
plying an increased amount of nourishment and strength to ?ry portion of
lhabody. S.S. S. rids the svstem of thattired worn-out fee'i g quietsthe
over-strained nerves makes wleeo refreshing corrects any (itomach disturb-
ance' promotes good digestion and adds vigor and vim to the entire system.
. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA. OA.
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Flooded with nii'llow Usht ftio
Hpadoim apartments wen otloroui
with I ho dolii Rio peifumo of carna-
tions rod predominating with Just
aufflil"nt green to make a. pleasing
and harmonious contrast. Thla col-
or scheme prevailed In nil rool?s
save one In which latter Marg'ierlte
daisies h ut mre charm and RUgges-
tlon of th" open fields of spring.
Causing tho blood to tingle with Its
every ripple and wave sweet music
:. : T -ls-w sr. -
imaruio i exas
made entirely of botanical products
patliered directly from the heart of
Nature's forests. It docs not contain
a pedicle of strong harmful mineral
in any form but is a scientipcconiposi-
tion of extracts and juices from herbs
roou and barks. S. S. S. is the great-
est of all tonics because it i3 the
greatest of all blood purifiers. It i3
not a rcrve stimulant but a medicine
that steadilv builds up every portion
of the svstchi by cleansing and en-
riching the blood and in this wav sup
floated through the 8paclou.s hulls.
CiuiiK'H of progressive dchl;;u fur
nli: li I'd a fin mo worn ahout which
nodal discourse shaped 1 1 mc If to tho
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UDiquo w. i..ouwiui cu.u.. cavu
suggestive of the gaum played each
decorated mi the leverec sld with
'the monogram of i In h(.noreek tin
letters being In raised design flii-
lshed Ifi gold. .
Kavora were handsome water-color
copieH of C'hrlfcy's Girls beln1-;
awarded to Mbts Moiihing and Chas
J ). Hoover.
Mints Kpeclally ulinpefl for the oe
cHsi'on byro out the prevailing shado
of the color nchcnie rich red with
chocolate design. With pleaklug
Krace MisBeg Norma Blackburn and
Kloreuco Hendricks served red
punch throughout tho evening.
KulrcbhmciilH consisted of rod
Spanish pimentos bluffed with lalud
and sorved with uiayonnalso dressing
and whipped cream olives red ico
cream cake and cuffce.
Among those present are: Misses
Mlaterson Rockwell Lucille Hill.
Louise Mouuing Mabel Consldlne
Lena lirack Kleanor Snood Eva
Bryant Isabel Randall Jean Dlack-
buurn Delia Hughes Lura Johnston
Lucy May lllanrhard Kvelyn Hors-
brugh and Edna Gillespie and Mr.
and Mrs. Avery Turner Mr. and Mrs.
Will Herring Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Cobb Mr. and Mrs. Will Uoyce Mr.
and Mrs. U. C. D. Bynum mV. and
Mrs. J. W. Keurby Mr. and Mrs. J.
j. W. Vaughan lm. John W. Voalo
ind Mrs. Jack Hall and Messrs.
Charles D. Hoover. W. M. Durst J.
' H. Carmlohael of Fort Worth E. D.
Green J. N. Freeman Charles
: Vealo C.' P. Elliott Charles Austin
' W. 0. Allen J. W. Wallace Charles
i Ware Don Bowie Steve Trigg Ar
thur McKnlght Ctiuer and Hack
Miss Jean Blackburn 1210 Harri-
son street entertained the Friday
; Five Hundred club Friday afternoon.
The house was prettily decorated for
the occasion with ferns and flowers.
In addition to the club members
Jean Whittle Bess AVTilttlo Hazol
Whittle Luclle Hill Marguerite
VTlieatley Lena Brack and Mrs. J.
H. Allen- were Miss Blackburn's
Mrs. A. R. Young who will leave
Tuesday for Wichita Falls was very
bleasantly surprised thla afternoon by
the ladles of the Macabee Lodge.
Mrs. Young has been a strong worker
in the order and her departure'from
Amarillo is very much regretted not
only by th lodge members but also
by her many friends in the city. Mrs.
Young was presentod with a beautiful
handpalnted salad bowl.
Mrs. Chas. Meek 403 NT. Grant
Street entertained the Tijarieto Club
Thursday afternoon. Mrs Haxton
Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Sbaughnessy
acted as substitutes. The first favor
a hand painted cako plate was award-
ed Mrs. Davis the second a hand
pafnted cup and saucer was won by
Mrs. Triscott. The next meeting of
the Club will be with Mrs. Triscott.
The Quarenta Das club was enter-
tained Friday afternoon by Mrs. J.
B. Sneed 1500 Tyler street. Tho
club guests were: Mesdames Wm.
Boyce W. H. Fuqua. K. S. Thomp-
son Stanley L. O. Thompson B. T.
WareE. F. Burgess Terry Thomp-
son H. E. Chestnut and Miss Bar-
The Ficrian Club had a very inter
esting meeting Thursday nfternoon
with Mrs. Ray Wheatley as hostess
nona hut club members were in at-
tendance. The next meeting April
2S will be with Mrs. J M. Russell
1009 Taylor Street.
Mesdames Ponder and Jewell were
hostesses yesterday ofternoon for
Clrlo D. About forty-flv guests were
present. An interesting musical pro
gram was rendered by Mrs. W. F.
: Zimmerman Misses Zfjlna Richie
Mattie Guleke Rachel Kendall Brit-
ton and Elinor Rider.
Mrs. J v. Brltt gave a six o'clock
dinner Friday evening in honor oflBlepp wcl1 and was 80 Iame tb8t 1
Miss Margaret Green and Mrs. L. ! c.ou!d not t;irn 0Ter a bcdl Slncft
Walters. After dinner Mrs. Britt ! usln Doan ' Kldne'' rllls 1 hav
and her guests went to hear bpPn frcc from al1 theae trubIps nl
Horrrer T. Wilson at the Grand. -my back bas boen BtronR' ?n'
ir n I Kidney rills were of such great bear
' Mrs. Matsfield. accomnnnied hv ' t0 i"e lat I cannot praise them
her granddaughter. Miss Ethel
i White left last week for an intlefi-
j nltp sfny In Louisville 'Ky.
I St. Anne's Guild of St. Anderwa
Esplseopal Church met yesterday
afternoon with Miss Bess Whittle
I 100O Tyler Street.
' Mrs. c. E. Mcrielland of Plalnview
Is visiting friends In tho city. .
' RELIGIOUS 1
Christian Science Church Serv
- .. ..... slhtn.. nf th tP.
hoik "Dortrlno of Atonement." Tho
public Is cordially Invited.
. First 'onuro.ulon Church ' Cor-
ner Tenth and Buchanan' Rev. Wll-
i Mam O. Rogers pastor. Sunday
school 0:4."; morning sermon tl;
evening sermon 8. The pastor will
I ten h the adult Bible class of the
Sunday school and thera will be s
discussion ol the queR'lon: "What
In Modern Society Best Proven the-
))ivin:ty of Jesus Christ?" Both
sermons will be by Rov. William Ew-
Ing D D.. of Boston missionary seo
riMsry of the Congregational Sunday
Srhool and Publishing Society. Visi-
tors cordially welcomed.
Christian Cliurrh W. P. Jennings
pastor. Bible srhool 9:45; . public
worship 11 and 8; Intermediate so-
ciety 3; Junior V. P. S. C. E. 4;
Senior Endeavor 7. A cordial invi-
tation is extended to the general
public to any and all our services.
First -Baptl-! Church Sundsy
school 9:45; preaching 11 and 8;
Sun Beams 4; Junior Union 8: B. Y.
P. U. 7.
First Presbyterian Church Sixth
and Fillmore struts. J.' N Ivy pas-
tor. Sunday school 9:43; preaching
It and 8; Christian Endeavor 7.
Visitors will have a cordial welcome
at all times. .
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Corner Ninth and Fillmore streets.
Milton R. Worshara pastor. Morn-
ing prayer and sermon 1 1; evening
prayer and sermon 8; meeting of
the Brotherhood of St. Andrew at
the rectory at 7:15. The public is
especially invited to attend our serv-
ices. Evangelical Lutheran Church
1405 Madison street. Rev. W. J.
Plishkc pastor. English service
2:30 at the Congregational church
corner Tenth and Buchanan streets
conducted by Rev. O. Heemann of
Fillmore Street Presbyterian
Church . . Corner Seventh and Fill-
more stieet. Rev. L. C. Klrkes pss-
tor. Sunday school 9:45; preaching
11 and 8; Christian Endeavor 7. The
public Is cordially invited to each of
Amarillo Church of Christ Meets
each Lord's day In the Connty Court
Room. F. L. Young minister. Song
service 10; Bible study 10:15; prayer
praise and communion service 11.
Every member of the Church of
Christ is urged to be present. The
public is cordially invited. Strangers
in the city are nusured a welcome.
For coal and feed phone 903.
The Ackinio Fuel & Supply Co.
FA in EXCIUXGE.
Xew Back For an Old One.
It Can lie Done I a
Tho back aches at times with a
dull lndcscribablo feeling making
you weary 'and restless; piercing
pains shoot across the region of th?
kidneys and again the loins are so
lame to stoop Is agony. . No use to
rub or apply plaster to the back in
this condition. You cannot reach
tne causo. Exchange the bad back
for a new and stronger one- Anv
arlllo residents would do well to
profit by the following ef.ample."
Mrs. T. J. Campbell Main street
Henrietta Texas snys: "Doan's Kid-
ney Pills have been used by several
members of ray family and have al-
ways given entire satisfaction. I
also took them myself with the best
of results. My back became so sore
and lame at times that I could hard
ly do my housework. I had headaches
and pains in my neck could not
For Sale by all dealers. Price It
cents. Foster-MIlburn Co. Bufalo.
New York sole agents for the Unit
Remember tho name- Doan's
and take no other.
1 For cml ami feed .phone 90S
The Ackimo Fuel & Supply Co.
'K ' 206s-3c
FIRST LOCAL GAME.
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Goodnight Academy Tfaitt Defrats
High School by Score of
The initial baseball .of tba season
In Amarillo yesterday afternoon be-
tween the Goodnight Baptist Indus-
trial Academy team and the local
High School tosm resulted In a vie
tory for tho visitors with a scorg of
7 to 2. Both teams did good play-
ing with some Individual plays
worthy of commendation. It Is stat
ed that with more thorough prscilcg
the High School team will be abla
to give the Goodnight boys a run
for their money. Attendance was
fair. Another game between the two
teams playing yesterday Is being ar-
WANT ADS j
Teo LU To Claify J
FOR RENT Three room "house fur-
nished close in. Thono 906.
WANTED May Jst. position for
hlan and wife at ranch headquarters
or country heme. Address G. W. M..
care Dally panhandle. k 200a-3p
FOR PALE Two standard home
company contracts ready for loan
of $3000 at' 5 per cent Interest
rrlce $805.00 part of which li cred-
ited on notes at time of borrowing.
E. B. Ssndors ft Co. ' 20s-3o
TO TRADE Fine resldsnee 9
rooms 8 acres land Fort Worth
between t car .lines value $12000.
80 lots In Haskell close In and
worth $250 each $7500. 406 aerss
fine rice lanVI Jefferson county
close la st Beaumont first rlsss and
worth $50 per acre. $20000. 80
ayes land 4 H. wiles Wortham Free-
stone' county $30 per' acre; $2400;
all free from deht. Will pay. differ-
ence if phye Is worth it Address
Ws T P. O box;$5J. Fort Worth
Texas. ' 1 ' l9so 4e
WA NT KD Girls to wort (ln laun-
dry. AJply "Mondar morning. Pan-
handle Steara Laundry. ' . I06-s-3c
WANTED 'Vi'oman o'f settled habits
colored preferred to care for small
family 25 rlleg north ef Frlona.
Texas. Will pay $25.00 per month
to right party and give permanent
place. Address L A. Braden- Here-
ford. Texas "i J08s-8p
' 1 H 11 1 . . 1
FOR RENT Nicely furnUhti front
room. 600 Jackson.'. Reasonable.
FOR RENT Close In desirable resi-
dence; modern; 709 Pierce street.
Large lot and fruit trees. Long
lease. Phone 704 or sea W. H-
Meador 3t4 Taylor St. tOSa-tfa
FOR ENT pTen-room sh.ousa. $09
Van Buren street. Possession given
at once. R. B. Newcoma Phone
326. Carson Bldg. . 206a-tfc
r'OR SALE Two lots !0th and
Buchanan $625.00 cash. JJ. care
Dally Tanhandle. 206s-6p
FOR SALE Household furniture of
all kinds and new piano cheap on
easy terms. Call 804 Van Buron
Phone 1191. 206-3p
TO EXCHANGE Jersey cow to ex-
change for buggy and harness. E.
W C care Daily Panhanrdle.
FOR ENT Two nice rooma for light
housekeeping. SplMdld selghbor-
hood; no children. 1707'- v Floret
FOR SALE OR TRADE I low own'
the Combs Btaillon anij want to ped-
dle him. What bate you; got to
trade? phone 314. TiktlEtroud.
WANTED Housekeeping rotm- for
man snd wife with two ihldren.
Prefer to furnish own boijd&g and
olshes. Distance no onjft. I prefer
southwest portion. Phone H43 or
- . ... . .
rutNDSmall charm . $3.54 goll
pieoo Inscription on one side.l Own-
er ran obtain ssm iv ldentiVvlnn
I same and paying for this aj.
" CT- .
. ANTED Ladles to try Raqiona
the Spanish remedy. Cvows heavy
eyebrows and lashes. Tunis tght
opes blnck. Amarillo Drug Store.
" soiisviip' ;
FOR RENT Three nicely furnish!
ed housekeeping rooms close n.
Bath gas; no children. Also tOre'i
unfurnished rooms present ocerj-
pant leaving town will sell Mud
newfurnlture including gat ran;
reasonable. Also flna garden ip.
ply 708 HarriHon street. 206Va
. "' ' RulcJdeg at Pe-ro. ' ' f
Pecos Tex. April 1. George B.
Russell aged 25 killed himself here
I 1 llini l.rrn - j .mil lifaW
Is the latest and iwelfest toe in dress
shoes.' We have them in all kinds of
leather' and lasts.
Is a swell shoe for men. W can fur-
nish you this and many other swell
The best clothing: made in all the latest
st- !s. We have them in all styles and
pa terns. " ' '
IN ALL THE
Everything: a man wants to
at reasonable prices.
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" V Pemote barbaric and unpeopled lands from the f IrIj zones of the poles to the
licit dimes of the Lici'iator forest fastness inpt nctrnble jungles burninp deserts
mountain cracs and the bror.d plnins have crmtrllnitcdrrofusely and have yjeldfd
their Strange Members of the Animal World In. a COMPLETE GIGANTIC
COLLECTION that h.is never before been seen since the historic deluge when
the Patriarch Noah assemble his gr.-.nd cede ctn in the. Ark. to preserve fromth-
pluvlan downpour the Birds Beasts and "Vrtilcs of th e.irth. Object lessons In
animated nature brought to your very do rs. All earth's treasures embracing
Animals famed for their ferocity rarity or r.iury which includes the finest srefi-.
m-ns alive of the huge blood-sweating Hirrt't-imt. .Stately Giraffe Monstrr tie
-lants Ferocious Carnivorous Lions Treav'irrous Tigers from India Beautiful
Striped Zebras and all of the strange niomtc-rs of the sea. Jungle and forest.
Strange forms of life from remote lands. Bir.ls of rrirnt brilliant plumage from
the Islands of the South and thousands of other' strange and curious animals.
ARE NECESSARY TO .40USE THE
.$1000000 llilTil p ANIMALS
THIS SEASON FIVE TIMES LARfifR THAN EVEB.
KO OTHER SHOW EVER ADDED CO MANY ATTRACTIONS IN ONP
aSON. A3 THE CAMPBELL BOOTH ERS HAVE FOR THIS YEARS
MKINQ OUft 3HOW ;
HOW THE LARGEST JH THE EUTIRE Y0KLD
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YOU CAN NEVER AFFORD TO MIS3 THE
GRAND STREET PAGEANT
la the Forenoon. Veil worfi ft Iwtwy ! 100 ftU tolnwct.
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Amarillo Monday April 18
this morning py putting bullet tl
his head. He bad become despondent
over 111 health and money matter.
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ALL PURPO HS
wear of the best quality
PHONE 348 ;
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