The Sunday Morning Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 13, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 24, 1910 Page: 3 of 12
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THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD. SUNDAY APRIL 24 1910. '
Jton. S6! '
Jiis.hi. Kief jl
Til I'M PI II 111 .4
F 1'ifili 8;
TRADE -Wo i
of tlie Let hali -icti'm
near Elk City Okb.. bas-
ed for this year and will
trade it with crop nut. f-v
smooth land near Aniavilln
or for goid Ainarillo city
property or suine of racli.
This farm is in tiiickiv -ct
tied community with
chnrch school trlcphono
rural deliverv. and ncar-liv
F-liippini; facilities. Deep
rich soil 12 to 15 fe. i in
pure soft water perm i-
nent springs on one piir
ter $3500 worth of im-
provements in pond condi-
tion and 140 acres in culti-
vation for 9 years. I'ottom
md valli'v land. Com. al-
falfa lrom corn cotton
:mh1 fruit soil. This part f
Oklahoma is in best kind
of condition for the season
and banner crop expected.
K. R Sanders & Co.. 127
East Fifth street.
FOR SALE Ilichest
class lots in any size want-
ed in best entire residence
block in Ainarillo at rea-
sonable price. For j'oo1
homes only. This is block
189 just south of and fac-
ing the park at Thirteenth
and .Vffcrson streets. A
cheap 60 foot lot at Tenth
and Jefferson one on Mad-
ison near Tenth and two
of them on Monroe be-
tween Sixteenth and Sev-
enth. These are all choice
lets and price will be as
we say cheap. Three 50
foot lots at Eighteenth and
Pierce for $550 each; one-
third cash balance 6 to 18
months at 8 per cent. Some
choice acreage two mlies
southwest in tracts to suit.
One email tract 330 feet H
square fronting extension
of Washington street will
be sold for tfood suburban
EjB. SANDERS &G0.
IIiiIIcj'm ( ollll'l
KulMr It.illy I'unlmiullr:
Tin' uvnt woihKt nomrt can
now li" Bci-ii without it trVnryu un-
lr f:iotHbl conditions. Sir.1 A. E.
llowrcn uys i( wmi plulnly vlILI
ill I Oil Kit lllW ll'l ir t.l( ll ti'li'B 0l HCV
t-riil u'KlitH BRO ti:i iuuI nil.'
It in BIllJ by U'ifroilomiri Ml
ti' nllit of May is li w'fi n'
WITH THE . CHURCHES
results no man can
Sonic hisn opinion
mid v . . .ui
'it ' ir;j 4y.
: conMd entlon ny Pint ilir gaoa'bt
I tlie tail limy bo poiijoijout). ICdiAtid
A. I'm' probably the Ix-st iuforn'td '
' iiiiin (if IiIh day in Aiut'i ku Mild ll
; a JlOt-'tii 1 li' for tllO to M'l ih
! nlr aflro ami d 'stioy i vory living'
I init mippoHo It ii'toiild bring thd
I world to mi ni who run certainly
j Hiiy that tlio lot of the nidi'ti'i n-
twwitli'lha of the lioimlfsn people
In tho world would met a worso
hell thnn they nro now finding here
as tribute-payers to the- land monop-
Nlnetei-n-twentl"t!is of Inndbss
people In tho world. And rlKhe hern
In our own country f'oro nro at least
thrco fourtliH of f iu r people who nro
rcntors trcnp;iRR''i8 In tho land of
thrlr birth iik Uoyd-Georpo hau mild
Now Mr. lMltor would It bo any-
thing out of tho way to big to rine
to nfy Unit rlht hero In Anmrlllo
thoro may t" prra hers teachers and
editors 'whlstilng along for the want
of thought" and tailing ro artliro
pnrt1 in bi'tterlng theH(- ronditlons?
Isn't their welfare In Joopnrdy?
Threo weeks of probation before the
1 Rth to r"pent and get on the aldo of
the Lord and the alngle-taxors!
Now wouldn't It bo a shame
and horrlblo too for them to ap-
pear before old Father Peter at the
gate and to be told that they have
neglorted the weightier matter and
then to be pointed toward the other
At thin la'o date all that can be
done Is to urgently re-admonlah
tbem that "as long as the lamp
holds out to burn" they know the
rest. But they will hare to hurry.
J. L CALDWELL7
Anmrlllo riwnli of I hrlKt Moels
i nch Lord's day In .the County Court
llouni. W. L. YonjiB. minister. Song
ervle 10; PIMu Mudy 10:15; prayer
pralHo K-ivico Jl.' Lvery member of
tho Church of Chrlnt la urged to be
piTHint. The public U cordially In-
vltn;!. Ktrfcners In tho city arp as-
.iU! -J o welcome. '
8t. Andrew's i:pl-opiiI Cliurih
Corner Ninth ifnd Flllm'oro Htreeta.
Milton It. WorHhnm pastor. Morn-
ing prayer and aenmiii 11; evnlng
prayer nnd sermoii 8; iiiretliiif of
tho Utotherhood of St. Andrew at
tho' ii dory at 7:Ki. Tho publlo Is
expoclally Invited to uttond our nerv-
Mi diit I'pIhcin1 rhunli G.
M. ' :vy puiitor. Permon 11 a. m.
Tl.i : vim will bo held In the build-
lnT In. merly occupied ty the First
Chrii.ilitii (Lurch corner Eighth and
Taylor streets. A cordial Invitation
127 East Fifth Street
Dust proof windows and doors
you can have if you buy tho Monarch
weather strip. T. W. Paxton Pan-
hnndla ogeut 21s 3c
See the cut In th!s Isruo of the
baby buggle we are selling tor G.C5.
II. C. Lsnkford A Co. phono 477.
Sarred Heart Catholic Church
Mans at the convent at C : 1 5 a. m.
Services at tho church at 10 In tho
mornli g and 8 In the evening.
Polk Street Methodist Church
O. F. Pensabnugh pastor. Sunday
Hchool 9:4.' at close of which mem-
bers of tho Sunday school will bo
received In'o the church and children
will bo baptized. Sermon 11; subject
"I Ilollevo in th Hole Catholic
Church." Reception of members.
Junior and Hoys' league 3. Senior
Loague 4. Sermon 8; subject "Aina-
rillo Out. of Kjfypt Into the Land of
rrimlse a Lnrger and Hotter Cltl-
tennhlp." A cordial nlv'.tatlon ex-
tended to all.
Christian Church W. P. Jennings
pastor ftiblo school 9:45; public
worship 11 and 8; Intermediate so-
ciety 3; Junior V. P. 8. C. E 3;
Senior Fndcavor 7. Themo of the
morqlng sermon "The Blblo's In-
fluence In Moulding Ture Speorh
Literature and Religion;" evening
subject "Timeliness a Thing of
Beauty." A cordial Invitation is ex
tended to the general public to any
and all our services.
I'. I'. 7. In tho absence of Rev.
JonkM.i. Rev. L. Skinner of Ual-
hurt will conduct both morning and
cvt'ulng KtTvlci'S.' '
. First Prcuhjiurlim Cliftli Sixth
aud Fillmore strrots. J. Ivy pas-
tor .uniiay rc.hodl-K5'Vpri!ncMiig
11 nnd 8; f tjrlRtlati Emlonvor 7.
Visitors will have a cordial welcome
uL till tlnifs .'
ISAACS SAYS LEASK
A8liKI IAY CAUSE
j o ANoruiou nviLuixo.
Flint ('ot.urcgntlonsi Church
Coiner Tenth and Buchanan streets.
R'j William O. Rogers pastor. Sun-
day Bohpol 0:45; tnornlng sermon 11;
evening sermon 8.
Fillmore Utrwt Prscbytcrian
Churci Sunday school 9:45; pub-
lic worship and sermon 1 1 ; Junior C.
K. 4; Y. P. 8. C. E. 7; evening serv-
ice 8. A welcome will bo given to
all who attend these services.
SOCIALIST IlEADIXG ROOM.
Public Invited to Now Quarters Op.
poslte Daily Panhandle
Socialists of Amarlllo have opened
a hall for meetings and reading room
purposes at 118 Kast Third street
Just qitofs fro.u the Dally Panhandle
building. The Socialists Invite the
public to attend the meetings snJ
also to use the reading rooms.
Regular meetings for the spread-
lug of propaganda and business are
hold oil Wednesday evenings at S: 30
o'clock and Sunday afternoons at
The hail will be open each after
noon for reading and discussion.
Fpeclal invitation Is extended to
all perons 'who are Interested In
sociological subjects.. Including so
clallam. An ample supply or luvra-
ture Is kept constantly en band.
BOWIE COUNTY rREOEDEXT.
First Baptist Chiirch. Sunday
school 9:iS; preaching ll and 8;
Sun Beama4; Junior Union 3? B. Y.
Mfo tuw&mald iay goad
i SKi-'u nvnvve-
KoME 5WCET HOME
IftififS to dete the ftou&c. a den ekaVi hoekel
imteion eadinf taSCe -sideSoahdpUneesS dMie
tttvAie haek faaCC thee new AaSS o lion Sed)
matthete fallow euhtaln dldfteU pietule
wCl add muefa to ijoa home a thousand and
one thhnfS pi homes at the Sly stole mtfv the ClttCe
frUees. we've aCC the needs that ahe Ciktty to Se
pit to meet the demands o moving time whether
pa need an entlhe new outfit o ust a singCe
SmaCC ftieee fat us iuftify it.
County Judge Offers Howard for Ar-
rest and Conviction of
In reply to an Inquiry by a Dally
ruQhDlio'reprtrc&Uo to the Ru-
mored moving cf the Famous store
from Its present quarters 1 1 Joo Is-
"I havq been reading out In Los
Anqi-k's about the onorbltant rents
In Amarlllo. and while I do not care
K express an opinion on tho matter
as a whola I cannot refrain from
giving ay opinion as It affects ma
In a business way.
"I came back hero tho other day
for ths purpose of closing up the
leases on our storo building for a
term of years not less than five and
not mpro . than ten years. I came
prepared to sign a lease at a fair
prlco because the Famous store has
been so long In business In our pres-
ent quarters. I regret to say that
the rentals asked by tlie owners of
the. building have made It Impossible
for me to close with them at a fig-
ure that would be just to our bust
"I am now and always have been
for a greater Amarlllo and will
cneerruiiy do my pan in any way
that I can to lend assistance to tho
growth of the city. But a censerva
tlve business poller makes it im
possible for us to par a higher rental
than we have offered for our present
"You may say this however that
the Famous will continue In business
in Amarlllo. We have grown up
with the town and we propose stay
ing with It Our plans for the future
are Indefinite at present but you may
leoi assured that there will be a Fa
mous stOiO 2erf--'n our own new
building and that as Lng as there
Is as good an Amarlllo as there ll
today we are with It."
H. Joe Isaacs has the distinction
of being one of the orlgtnal boosters
.f i V ' ' J
III . . I ll I I in ill ll I I ll r 'li P l II .. r-l
Next Time You
Drive Into Town
vou'll be wantinrj durintr
your stay a real pood drink
Something to quench your
thirst to stay quenched.
No matter how thirsty you are or how tired
you are or how particular you are you'll
like Coca-Cola because it hits that dry spot
relieves fatigue and tickles the palate all
the way down.
Send for Our Free Booklet
"Tlie Truth Hout Coca-Cola. " Tellj
all about Coca-Cola whit it it and why it
it to delicious wholesome and beneficial.
THE COCA-COLA CO
you see an
" Few matters have attracted more
attention In Texaa during reoat
years than has the enforcement of
the local option laws now adopted
In many portions of Texas Many
ways have been adopted to secure
the enforcement of tho law but the
following taken from a reoent Issue
of the Texarkana Courier presents
a departure In even the varied cate-
"The State of Texas
"County of Bowie.
"I am authorized to announce that
a reward of $100.00 will be paid for
tho arrest and conviction of any per-
son found guilty of bootlegging whis-
key or unlawfully selling whiskey
In Bowie county or for Information
leading to the arrest and conviction
of any such person In said county.
"The said $100.00 will be paid to
the party responsible for said arrest
and conviction upon the final convlf!
Hon of said party.
"County Judge Rowie County."
Dowle county has recently adopt-
ed local option by a vote of 37 ma-
jority and the proclamation oC
Judgo Hughes. It li learr.ed Is ex-
pected to exert an Influence on con-
ditions that perhaps few. other ven
tures could Ehow.
Favors Flower Show.
Editor Daily Panhandle:
I have been noting with much
pleasure your recent editorials on
tho subject of a flower show for Am-
arlllo. I have often urged upon tho
ladles tho expediency of having a
flower show here and to show ray
faith by my works I will say that
I will enter roses dahlias chrysan-
themums and fancy pepper- for dis
play; will fi""; 'i nil the cut flow-
eors I have : i I ail decoration and
will give all the time and work that
may be acceptable to further the
Yours for a more beauurui Am-
arlllo mbs r v Morgan
909 Tierce street.
an expression tending; to knock on a term In Europe for the benefit ol
the Plains country or her" Queen his wife's health but still loves Am-
City. Hecle"aves now for the Goldon arllio and la In line for a greator
of this city and has never uttered ctate analn. and will probably spend J Aniarlllo. .
WE HAVE JUST RE-
CEIVED A NEV LINE
STAR BRAND SHOES
For Men Ladies Misses
and Chiluren. The kind
that's all Leather. J-
No More-No Less
WHY PAY MORE?
Sentence On Miller.
Clarendon Tex. April 23. Dis-
trict Judgo Brownipg pnnouncel yes-
I'terday that on Monday evening April
25 at 2:00 o'clock he would pass
the dath sentence on O. R. Miller
tha convicted murderer wio has been
confined In the locsl Jail for some
The date bt the execution of the
condemned man will be made known
at tbat time'
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MEN'S ALL WOOL $6.00 PANTS
MEN'S ALL WOOL 5.50 PANTS.
MEN'S ALL WOOL 5.00 PANTS
MEN'S ALL WOOL 4.00 PANTS -MEN'S
ALL WOOL 3.00 PANTS -
ENERV PAIR GUARANTEED .
Outfitters to the Whole Family j Phone
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The Sunday Morning Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 13, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 24, 1910, newspaper, April 24, 1910; Amarillo, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth288999/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .