The Sunday Morning Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 13, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 24, 1910 Page: 6 of 12
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THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD SUNDAY APRIL 24 1910.
r1o Dura Ixxlge
Ko. 103 K. of T. rns'HS
Thursday nights at Cas
tle Hsll Urstifl upsrs
vialtin hrotl.tr . are
B.'P. RETNOLD. C. C.
UAHRY N. BRANUALL K. of R. ft 8
t . Moderu Order. Irai toil-
P 3 Amarillo Council 407
.'J meets Thursday nights.
V1 (o Eakle HaJI.
UIIKItK 01.11 STAIIS 8110X12.
Many llrllllant I'layeM were In Cleve-
land and lUliliimr Tram.
It '. UNDRRWOOD 8. A.
THORNTON JONES. Jr. W. It.
No. 731. A. F. . A.
31.. .Stated com.flun
Icatluu tnird Vrldsy
Bight Id each month
at Masonlo Temple.
cornr Blith and Polk
All rlsltlog brethren aordlally la
c. b rrrro 8m. i
W. A. CHRISTIAN W. M. j
AmarlUo asptr No.
ma. ft. A. M...Btated
ronvnratlnn lAPOnd Frl- I
day night In each month
Masonic. Tempi coroar
Sixth and Polk.
Visiting Companion! urged to at-
tend. C U. TTLER Bee.
1 E. RODERICK H. P.
Rack In the old dsys flnitlmore
and Cleveland had tb greatest bull
team and while It wa novar the
good fortune for th Ohio town to
annex a pennant yet this team wis
In the thlrkest of every fitftu and
forred the old Orioles to si t the hot-
teat pace to finish In front.
It ti therfore not strange that two
such teams should have furnished
many of the most brilliant basebill
: leaders the same rsn bonst of toduy.
For Instate there are MiCraw a
recognized wizard at the art of linnd-
linjc a ball team. Ilughey JonnliiKS
and Joe Kelley three of the men
who were foremost during tlio days
of the old Ilaltlmore t9.ua. Then
I thore are Wllburt Robinson and Hill
I Clarke of the same team both of
I whom bava shown managerial abil-
ity. Jack Poyle whs another who
proved blmanlf a leader.
The Cleveland team also furnltdied
strength of tbeMj "Id teams when
most of the pl-iyera on them liae
al.own inew.Wu a '. i-1 uish i
ho rt'u! I i'B ''i n ii l!i tl iiii) if
jp-lO-uul.i I.Ud :baj.
Iters In no doubt that baspbnll
has advance 1 but It la quesllonablu
whether tlie players of to.uy ur- us
i l its of Intelligent as they were In
M: spn i s .ixu t:u; cut mi r v"'"" ;r
III' Hf'i.ldfi r.Mtl tlun Ni'iv
rnnl.lc f.r I'ul.lli liy.
A SWOU.U.V JAW
la not pretty nor pleaHant. Whether
it'a cuuHi'd by neuralgia toothucbe
or accident llullird's Suow Liniment
will reduce the swelling and relievo
the pain. The gtcut and sure nure
for rheumbtUm cuts burns bruises
scaIiIh any and all aches and pains
riola by L. 0. Thompson & Co.
Its share. Taiay Theau rone from por Stomach Trouble Sluggish
the ranka. Ceorge Davis who was i j i iK;fI rnmtln.linn.
It cures by elding all of ths
one of bis helpers has mannged with
siiccen In the majora. Chlof Zlminor
also had a trial. Ed McKean was a
successful minor league manager
whftn him m1nr It.utriiA it... .r
Atrf No. 4H K T. " ' "u7 mtAiciT una ui-iu me
J Elated Conclave ar- lenm in nuna lor
"i ond Monday night In eight years and Jack O'Connor an-
J each month. Masonic other of the old Clovelunda. Is to
aawpw.. corner eiiBlh-vl v. trln Bt ct
It gives fairly good Idea of the
VislUDf Sir Knlghu especially In
1. BIR7ICB. Bsa
C T. UaiaXD E. C
VontU Chapter No. IMO.E. 8.
Jlegnlar neeilnp second and fourth
Tuesday nights In each month at
Masonic Templo corner 6ixth and
'. Ylaltora will receive eordlal wet-'
MRS 1. J. SERVICE. 8e.
: . MRS. W. A. CHRISTIAN. W. ii.
digestive organs gently stimu-
lates the liver andrcgulates the
bowels the only way that
chronic constipation can bo
for women .and children.
Clears blotched complexions.
Pleasant to tako. Reluso substitutes.
For sale by Curtis Drug Co.
msds frotrt vour
wa designs or designs funt shed
by w. Adve-Uring nistter of all
kinds prepared. Designs furnish.
t4 free. Let me give you estimstes
HE COMPETITION FOR BUSINHSS amnn banks
although not so apparent ai that nnnng mi-rch mtn
is just an keen. We n re all offrrin ' yn'J prartirally
the vme atrvice the same iuterest rate aul the same abso-
But there is a big dilference between
the attitude of the various banHs toward
their depositors. There is no banh in
Amarillo that taKes a more genuine in-
terest in the success of its patrons thin
If You (Wont Some
thing in tho
WHISKEY OR SEER LINE
Order it by mail
Z. Z. SAVAGE
Tour Full Quarts
Hill St Hill
; Jcraoy Cream
sail all leading brands all
; bottled in boad
ZilJrtrid anywhzr In th
r3obaudl for J3.00
Exclusive Agent for
EIDWEISER and PASST BOT-
- TIED 2nd KEG Bps. :
; Special prlcen on Caselots '
CRYSTAL ICE CO
'JS REALIZE FULLY that your success and ours is
Identical arid that it is to our mutual advantage
for this institution to he as liberal as possible aud
still be entirely safe in the matter of making you loans.
still be en
National Bank of Commerce
T. L. SMITH. President
m. c. Cobles vice-rodent
B. C. HYNUM Ch er
R. A.DAVIS. Assistant-Cashier
C C. CHENOWETH Assistant Ca.hier
la turn- t
And Oyster Market
anktsni 1 ; fcU.tfc.aWj
Received Dailyt Cat Fish Red Snapper
Rock Bass and Trout. A fine line of vegetables.
The beet equipped fish market in the city.
Fish Dressed Free of Char go
The fehcral nio JerniMtlun of re-
ItfCioo whlrh Ii more significant
than any definlta bit of no is
belnn siOn by s remarkerbl
Inf rowarj the newspapers for co
operation. Tim churthei are J
Ing hands with the pres. It scum
to have downed lately upon the
leadurs of orgnnled ChrUititnlty K
thnt after nil the only way to rtflch
all the peopla la through the nes-
pnpers. To that end the concerted
movemont of the homo mission
boards openly made nn expenditure
for ailvtirtlnlrg one of the principal
Horns of Its budget. No enterprise
b.- It tho college Young Woman's
Christian Association or tho I.ny-
men's Missionary movement thinks
of doinn without a publicity adjunct.
The moot conspicuous and success-
ful goneral use of the newspapers ai
a rcllgloua nponoy the case of the
Unitarians. ThoKe "Ilbernl" churchrs
accept as their mission the promul-
gation of certain jsrent truths. They
siiy with extraordinary breadth of
vlnlon. that thlr rcul siiccobs lies In
leavening other churches mul society
In gencrul rather 'hnn In nddlng to
their own denomination. So to
reach the whole bin public or as
much of It s their means will com-
niund with tlidr tuceaniso. they
have been carrylns; on for some time
n H.VKtemntlc advertising propaganda
This consists of reading notices
Inserted In a list of dally newspapers
at regular advert lulng rntes In which
It set forth not thw distinctive claims
and merits of Unitarians but Its es-
sontlnl meSKipo Tlio 1'nrngraph
Pulpit." as It Is called Is written hy
varloua leaders of the llhciul
churches. Fr')nenty the secretary
of the publicity department of the
Unitarian denomination the Uev.
Charles W. Carson . writes the llttlo
sermon himself. The enterprise Is
rpgnrded as one of the missionary
activities of the denomination and Is
More general Is the practice of
furnishing to the press for freo dis-
tribution news of religious activi-
ties. The press agent la now a part
of many big religious organizations.
Usually to differentiate him from
the man who Is boosting thoat ileal
Interests he is called a "publicity do-
partment." As such be Issues fre-
quent news bulletins to the papers
supplies Information to the newspa-
per men and handles the press end of
the convention of his organization
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BUILDING and LOAN FUND
KIM for Pwtos ol 111: il SM JCITO HEIGHTS
AMLLO mmittl COMPANY
.il u . 'Jl"
Kamblcr Fifty-five 4.1 IT. P.. SJ.JOO with Magneto
Lamps i'resto-ule Taak and Tools.
J. G. Mathew
SUITABLE FOB DAIRYING
Colony or Fine Stock Farming.
6ix aectlona of land in a bo dy situated near Umbarger Randall
County Texas. About 2S miles from Amarillo popualtlon about
16000. Canyon Qlty population 2500 ten miles. Hereford
population about 5000 18 miles.
TbeB three are all good county seat and Junction towns. The
lands commence one and one-half miles from the station at Um-
barger. on the main lino of the A. T. and 8. F. Ry. from Chicago
to Callforla and the south fence of sections la four and one-
half miles from Umbarger station.
The Terra Blanco river runs through three of the sections and
there Is over 1000 acres of the choicest alfalfa lands on It.
Also good farming lands and some rolling lands bearing differ-
ent kinds of grasses hay meadows.
It la fenced with good four-wire fence end eub-dlvtded Into five
pasturesl small comfortable house three Eclipse windmills
wells from 20 to 100 feet deep cherry apple and pear orchards.
Good duck hunting and bass fishing. Address owner
' . CANYON err TEXAS
iiumii it 'in i'"u' 7 .m. ...y-aCTjMBangi;
The Rambler Spare Wheel
PART of the pleasure of touring in the new
Rambler lies in the satisfaction of freedom from
the worries of the road. No need to stop to repair
u punctured tire or pump up the new one if you
drive u Humbler.
is fittl for the Spare Wheel which can be substituted for
front or rear wheels in three minutes' time done quickly
with special tools provided.
Spare' Wheel for Rambler Tifty-five $100; for Fifty-four
$8J; for Fifty-three $75 complete.
May we explain to you such Kambler features aa the offset
crank-shaft straight-line drive engine accessibility and the
fiew expanding clutch? Rambler automobiles $1800 to
Myers and Curry
LIST A LIFE-TiE
Guaranteed t) Give
Sail lac Ian
REVENGER THE NAME
105 W. 4TH ST. AMARILLO TEX.
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Western Livery & Sales Company
Se venth and Polk Streets
Your trade appreciated and
Best Turn-outs In the City
HOLT' fBSMOa iMIM
UILD1NG AND LOAN FUND
Available for purchasers of lote on
San Jacinto Heights
Amarillo Improvement Company
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