The Sunday Morning Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 13, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 24, 1910 Page: 12 of 12
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THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD. SUNDAY APRIL 24 1910.
Oklahoma City. Qkl.4 April 33.
To those of Oklahoma City who are
wateblag the progress of the cam
pnlgnlng which la tj and Jo the defl-
nlto location of tba elate capital clth-
tr la Oklahoma City Shawooa or
Gottarle tba eaact details" of the law
which create surb a campaign at
thli tlma mar ai yet ha aotnewhat
By thli law a three-eorner4 con-
teat waa aatahlfahad with further
provision for mora antrlea should
lay other citlea of tha atata upon
tea filing of a petition algned by
1000 qualified electors desire to
enter. Oklahoma City Sbawaea and
Qntnrt tr epeclPed In tba law It-
self declared candidates and as no
ether city or town either by rumor
or act has suggested furthor compe-
tition tha matter of mora contest-
ants than those may be put out of
Tha matter of what would hap-
pen however. If tha one of tha three
clUes listed should fall to get a ma-
jority of tha whole vote cast la some-
whet mora Important According to
tha law should one of tbeaa cities
fall of majority a second election
may be called.
lot tha second election Involves
more possibility and chance even
tbaa the first. For It means that the
city aecond In the first race unless
It wins In the sorond contest must
pay the expenses of the second elec-
Majority Is Needed. .
In the first election that city
shaft be chosen as site for the capital
which haa either a rtluralttv or a ma.
Jorlty of the votos cast. It one city
gets a majority there tun be no fur-
ther question. Dut If only a plural-
ity results the city which Is second
In the rare upon securing a petition
signed by 6000 electors before
twenty days and by registering a
bond of 1100000 to guarantee the
expense of the election should It lose
msy demand the second general vote.
After final choice of a city U
made either through one election or
two the governor shall appoint a
capltol commission of three men
only two of which shall be of one
bollttcal party. To this committee
falls the duty of selecting a alts ar-
rangement for the securing of land
the employment of architects and
the total supervision of the entire
According to the law the commis-
sion Is limited only In the number
of the acres to select ana ch qual-
ity of atone used for the cap'tol
building Itself. The latter must be
of some building material which is
native to Oklahoma. Two thoussnd
acres Is the limit of land purchase.
Of this such space as Is needad fur
the buildings may be used the rest
to be platted and sold by the state
the returns to go to reimburse the
original appropriation of $600000.
The later la to come out of the gen-
eral funds of the state treasury and
Is at the dlBosal of the capltol commission.
WANTS 1 IITH DIVOItCE.
After Unloading Pour In Ituasla For
Cruelty She Is Stung Again
In I'nitoi States.
of good health should prevent sick-
ness Instead of letting themselves get
sick and then try to cure It. Eo
long as you keep your liver bowels
and stomach in a healthy and active
condition vou won't pet sick. Dal-
lard's Herblne relieves constipation
Inactive liver and all stomach and
bowel troubles. Bold by L. Q.
Thompson & Co.
New York April 23. Mrs. Fan-
nie Rosen of No 116 Monroe street
haa not been precisely fortunate in
her matrimonial ventures. In the
snprome court the has begun suit for
sepsratlon from her fifth husband
Harry Rosen who lives at No. 115
I! roe me street Mr. and Mra. Rosen
are each 11 years old and have been
married a little over year. The
husband I represented by Aaron J.
Levy and Miss Frieda Thomas weir
known as the "Little Mother of the
East Side" has undertaken the case
for Mrs. Rosen.
"Four separate times my client-
was married In Rusala" Miss Thom-
as sild "and was later compelled to
get a divorce because of 111 treatment
on the part of her husbands. They
simply had gone through the cere
mony expecting to get bold of her
little savings. Then If ahe objected
they were cruel to her. If they suc-
ceeded In getting It they deserted
her. Finally heart-weary and dis-
gusted she came to America wherw
some of her children bad prece'Ud
''She went to work here saved up
about 1200 and married again."
A NEIGIIBOK OP vouns
as well as yourself is liable at any
time to have rhumatism. We're all
liable to hnve cuts or burns bruises
or scalds crick lu the buck neck or
side some kind of an ache or pain.
Then heed this advice anil tell your
neighbors Ballard's Snow Liniment
relieves all ache and pains and
heals all wound. Sold by L. O.
Thompson &. Co.
$8.00 to Everyone Who Reads
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$10.00 gold filled spectacles (for old age) guaranteed for ten
years with bestienses that can be bought for only
To prevent opticians from buying them I will only sell one
pair to a person. Money refunded if not satisfied. YOU
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For ten days I will sell Kryptofc Invisible Bi-focal at just half
price. Regular $10 kind $5. Regular $20 kind $10. Regular
$25 kind $12.50. I guarantee every pair to be specially
ground by the Columbia Optical Company and be the only
genuine Invisible Bi-focal made
Eyes Tested Free
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Below I am giving a partial list of some properties I have for sale. Read this list
over carefully and perhaps you will find something that just suits you if not and
you are in the market for a vacant lot or an improved place come and see me and
let me tell you about some other properties.
800 Adams North and
east front corner lot 60x140.
$575 on terms of one-third
cash balance six twelve and
eighteen mouth at 8 per cent.
I also have some lots between
Sixt hand Ninth on Washing-
ton Adams and Jefferson
streets that I can sell for $500
for inside lots and $575 for cor-
ners on same terms.
Fifteenth and Jefferson
150x150 on car line $1850.
Sixteenth and Monroe
150x150 $1750 one-third cash
time on balance.
1306 Jackson 75x140 east
front on car line just a half
block south of the park. This
is a bargain at the price which
is only $1250 terms.
Fourteenth and Van Buren
75x140 feet east and south
fronts with granitoid walks on
side and in front. This is a
choice home site and well worth
the money asked which is $1-
800 half cash one and two
years on balance.
Harrison street between
Fiftenth and Sixteenth West
frone 75x140 feet choice
neighborhood $1500 $350
cash balance one two and
three years at 8 per cent.
Harrison street between
Twelfth and Fourtenth streets
An east front lot. 50x140
granitoid walks in front. Ex-
cellent location for a home $1-
350 half cash good time on
Tyler street between Six-
teenth and Seventeenth. A
choice east front lot 50x140 feet
with walk in front. Good neigh-
borhood gas sewer electricity
and water convenient to lot.
This is one of the best pur-
chases I have and if sold soon
can be had at $1000 on terms
of $350 cash balance one and
Tyler street between Six-
teenth and Seventeenth Just
across the street from the
mentioned above $M00 terms.
Tyler street between Eigh-
teenth and Nineteenth streets
75x140 east front $1100
one-third cash balance one two
and three years at 8 per cent.
This is a good purchase.
Polk street between Sev-
enteenth and Eighteenth SOx
140 feet east front half block
from car line $2400 good
terms. A fine home site.
Taylor street at Sixteenth
100x140 feet south and west
front. $1800 good terms. Will
sell 50 feet.
Fillmore street between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth
East front. 75x140 feet $1250
half cash balance one and two
Lincoln street between
Fifteenth and Sixtcnth East
front lot on car line $1000.
This is exceptionally well lo-
cated for some railroad man.
I also have a nice bunch of
lots on Taylor street between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth sts.
Thesi lots front east have trees
on them and walks curbs and
trees in front. Convenient to
Polk street car line and are
priced at only $900 each on
terms of one-third cash bal
ance six twelve and eighteen
months at 8 per cent.
On Fierce street between
Nineteenth and Twentieth I
have thirteen lots. Each lot is
50x125 feet and there is a street
on each side of the property.
Tn order to turn these lots at
once 1 am authorized to make
a price of $400 per lot on terms
of one-third cash balance six
twelve and eighteen months.
These lots are convenient to
the street car line near the
Santa Fc yard office and just a
few blocks from the round
Fierce street between Six-
teenth and Seventeenth 50x
140 west front lot. Owner is
desirous of selling at once and
has given me a price of $650
On Madison street I have
several nice west front lots with
wa'ks curbs and trees. Price
$750 terms same as above.
Buchanan between Seven-
teenth and Eighteenth West
front 50x140 only $600.
I have other vacant prop-
erty and I believe I can fit you
out in any size or kind a place
On Buchanan between
13th and 14th I have an ele-
gant little four room house
cast front lot walks and trees.
Price $2500 on terms of $500
cash balance 1 2 3 and 4 years
at eight pr cent.
At 901 Madison I have a
4-room house on a corner lot
60x140 feet for $1500 on terms
of $500 cash and the remainder
in one two three four and five
years at 8 per cent. This house
rents for $20 per month so you
see after making your first pay-
ment you would be paying for
the property with the rent and
have a little left over.
A ntw house of 5 rooms
and bath. Pantry. Well built.
East froni. granitoid walks and
trees in front of property. Lot
50x140 feet east front. This
house is located at 1602 Mon-
roe street lust one block from
car line and has never been oc-
cupied. Prue $3100 on terms
of $900 cash balance 6 12 18
24 and 30 months at 8 per cent.
If you are m the iua;ket for a
nice little home and will let me
show you this place I believe it
will suit you
I also have a house the
description of which is same as
the above at 1806 Taylor street.
Price $3000. $850 cash bal-
ance 6 12 18 24 and 30 months
at 8 per cent.
At 150O Lincoln street I
have a corner cast front lot im-
proved with a new frame house
of 5 rooms bath pantry two
porches coal house water and
electricity in house. Solid con-
crete foundation under house.
Flues go to ground. Pine floors
filled and waxed. Large rooms.
Front porch 35 feet long. This
place has to be seen to be ap-
preciated. Trice $3750 $1250
will handle it Good terms on
remainder a portion of which
may be paid monthly: Poss-
ession at once.
On Jefferson between
Tenth and Eleventh streets I
have a new 5-room house with
bath pantry etc. This place
has never been occupied and
is well constructed. Price only
$2400 on terms of $500 cash
balance 6 12 18 24 and 36
months at 8 per cent.
On Harrison St. between
13th and 14th I have a good
house of five rooms and recep-
tion hall two porches gas
electricity sewer bath room
complete hot and cold water
two closets rear porch screen-
ed coal and store house. Grani-
toid walks to town. Price only
$3300 on terms of $950 cash
part of remainder payable
$100 each three months and
time on the rest. This is a
nice little place in a good neigh
borhood and well worth the
I have an cast front 60 by
140 lot on Jackson St. corner
lot. Eight room house would
rent for $40. per month. Price
$3000 $1000 cash balance 1
and 2 years at 8 per cent.
At 906 Arthur street 50x
140 feet east front. House of
four rooms. Price only $1200
on terms of $250 cash and the
balance $35 per month. This
place is exceptionally well suit-
ed to some railroad man. It
is convenient to the depot
round house and yard office
and the terms are exceptional.
I have a good list of other places and if you are in the market I shall take pleasure
in showing you what I have to offer. Come and see me and talk over the matter.
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117 East Fifth St. Opposito Postofflce
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The Capltol Freehold Land and
Investment Co. Ltd.. have nisred on
l sale lots In toe townaltu of Flndliy
; Teias. on the Texas-New Mexico
boundary and on the new Hue of
the Rork Island Railway and will
do all that good buslnp?? Judgment
and modern town building innnoaa
dictate An srtcsinii well is to be
sunk there soon; the railway com-
pany Is tnHtlnp hi n commodious de-
pot and section house; a light and
water plant is under consideration
and altogether Its needs are being
I flAftilTw lnnlfA(4 tn T At a-A nnaf
on sale. Write to Colonel A. S. '
Raves Endee N. M. tor prices and
term .Hs 4c:
is not nearly the menace to lnchease
in population that deans among In-
fants are. Eight out of ten of these
deaths are directly or indirectly
caused by bowel troubles. McGee's
Baby Ellxer cures dlarrohoea dysen-
tary sour stoiuacu and all Infant
ailments of this nature. Just the
thing for teething babies. Prices
25 cents and 60 cents per bottle.
Sold by L 0. Thompson & Co
EGGS fiST WANTED
Special attention given to consignments
Name us price on what you have to offer
Amarillo Produce Co
304 Taylor St P. O. Box 896 Amarillo Texas
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