The Sunday Morning Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 13, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 24, 1910 Page: 8 of 12
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THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD. SUNDAY AFHL. 24 1910.
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H I i . P ;i I
' Is In Lb
Ankle Strap Pumps Welt Sole in
Patent Leather and Gun
Metal for a Pair
Just received big shipment of boys Oxfords In
Gun Metal Patent Leather and tan
$.1.75 $2.00; $2.50
Ankle strap Pumps and Barefoot Sandals for
Misses. Children and Little Folks. The kind
that fit wear and satisfy.
IHE NAME 'REGENT" ON SHOES MEANS THE
SAME A3 "STERLING" ON SILVER
Drill. 'lev Ar;.l -i. - M M.
i.ruitlon . ; a.) if t I. i
alU.i orai !..::'; a i!ii;.".u:' 1 j
binld un Inicrurliu.' r r ; r 1 1 1 i'wi
from UaJla to C'lilj.ir:---. Mr. Hyatt
kiaic Hint Hi. orgaiil.utl 'U of H e
torr.pany v 111 l. completed at a
meeting tf IhoH. intervatcd Friday
nhjlit a charter secured bud work
begun !n earnest ou the project.
"JTomiutnt business men In Dal-
las Cleburne and other places along
tht route" laid Mr. Hyatt "are be-
Inn Interested In the euterprlae and
we will tfUMt permanent orguulza-
iion F'rlday night.
"briefly my plan ! this: 1 have
tho assurance of Si. Louis flnamlal
la'en.'st. to underwrite the bonds
necessary to complete th. linn pro-
vided $3C0.00o Is mined by ths HI-
P.'illau. Tex.. Aplll :5.--Tf;;w will
vely i .)!.'.) 1 1 ' n ii pri.'.U'lili'd l t'i
!:it. i naliO'ial Coiimi n ul Inventor:.
whli H Ui I j lv l.si.l ill lln'lu'i'.t i ."
V. Jiui'j I J IS snnj tlio u 1 1 " '
men's for tin li i prcjunutioii liae
already b' n started.
Hun. Joliu M. KiK'lliuan of Dull i
NOTICK TO rONTEAfTOHS.
lV:ild w!s will l;osrciMvi-l ly E.
nnoo wlt!i plum and specifications!
a unii.ii'd hv Reott & Pou'won nnd
! 1) 1. Kaufman & Son. associate'
nr. Mi. i for a hi-h si'l'.onl UuUJIlllt
H.j-.slnbotliam.. Secretary 3ard arid a warl m-hoo) ImlldlnB to bo
f Tnistci-.s Amarl'.l.i l'nicpT.d.-nt erected In Amarl'.lo i :. ffr the
.Hoard of Tma'TJ. .maiiuJ hijb-
;-(ho(d D'".'t .vrnar.llo. n1.. '. .
' iitiiilflH S'di.ir.j r';xlil('t.
!il May ; jm . 10 oi'h'i '; a. i! . fiTi' 1u Ml uiniMoim mav bo
inn.! 1'lnrr nil limtcrials u i ' 1 i"i'. ' itnliird Iron I). 1'. Kaufman 4-. For..
nml diio'Cu? (on.pli'ti '.y In oaor 1- j AtiHllr Texan for pf.rposo of bid-
dine on V bulldlnro by
Hint hih'U V . n-iurr. hiicI.
plan and -p. - K''d '";
illiicii w I'bni uiiio limit a uzri
Th Uourd of Truateoa resot ve th.
rlt'lit to acropl any or rrjwt all 'dd.
(SlKiiod) ' W. S. HOflEUTS.
I'ri'Hldout Hoard of Ti'iut Ai'i-
tlllo Independent Schoul nhtrlct.
I tr. alooi the Una. Thla I350.0UO tllt ..ru-jm.uon of Vaiubl liivt-mlons
." mill 1 1 1. nrnfitrri'll Kloi U with In- i .. . . .....
..... ... ... ; i'iai an row ranut annul into
wait mt'iiily upiiolnii'd ioiir.nU Ilmt
to repi'ft.'ul Tv.iau and Un. Sonih- ;
west aud It wai upon Urn ai;gu atlun j
Ihitl ill.. Tiiviiia flil..iii r I.... li.M'i.i. ut-.t
i angoinontb for rvpri'iicutatlon. Mr.
S'ptdlman aald yvulcrduy;
"W. could UUe not lent than 150
rxlillilts to KucUfa;r aud thla utato
would b. abl. 10 mtke a moat credit-
ablu uliowlijjj. Teaai baa crovvu ao
ruuiurkubly lu tl. lu.-.t few yeaia lu
turtf.' uar.i n tcert at par rent. The j
rJiitrol ol Iho couipaujr will b
lodged In th. b'intn men who
form rhi organi.a(liu Friday nl'lil.
"J hare been gleo aubatuntl.il en-
couraifpmcnf at Cleburne Alvarado
mid other nolnta OO tilt DIOnosnd
r route of the Intorurban and 1 be
lieve that th. project win ro
through. The company I reprcsufit j
(s chartered In both Mlnaourl and i
Oklahoma and I nave prevntod my
referencea to the business men 1 am
Interesting In the projert to aBRure
them that the mine la not a wildcat
"The country between Dallas and
Cleburne la rapidly developing and
I know that It will be of Rrrat bene-
fit to Dallas and points on the route
to have an Interurban line reaching
OPPOSITE NEW AMAR1LLO HOTEL
Tho Time To Repair
Is before it leaks.
TEXACO ROOFING can
bo applied over
shingles as well as
to new roofs.
Write for rrt'cUrs.
for Salt kr all Dealsrs.
The Texas Company
General Offices: Houston Texas
Five Acre Fruit Farm
Field's Son Tauper.
New York. April 23. Edward M-
Field son of Cyrus W. Field of At-
lantic rable fame Is In Bollevuo hos-
pital penniless and suffering from
nephritis. He was taken to the In-
stitution this afternoon In charge of
a Salvation Army attache.
Edward M. Field was at one time
a rich man having; Inherited a large
amount from his father hut at the
hoapltal he gave his address as No.
18 Chatham Square quarters of tho
Banvatlon Army. It Is understood
that the organization has been look-
ing after hlra since reverses and
sickness have reduced him to an al-
most helpless state.
anion tho state of the Unluu uud
I th. continued development of man
ufacturing eatiirprtat's will In a few
years make thla slate rank wlin New
York lll'.uols 1'ennsylvuuU ud
"Th. patent exhibit at the Texas
State Fair Instituted thrt. yuan ago
has given a wonderful stimulus to
the Inventors of Texuo und the
Southwest and some of the moat
valuable Inventions that have passed
through the United States Patent
Office have been granted to Texns
Inventors. The Inventions from Tex-
as are not confined to agricultural
Implements and small devices as
might bo supposed by somo but are
distributed over practically every
known field Including telegraphic
and electrical devices as well as pro-
cesses to be tiued In tho manufac-
tories. They have alpo made com-
pounds and chemical preparations
that have become of general useful-
ness. "I hope to see Toxas strongly rep-
resented at the coming convention
in Rochester and I hope that many
Texas models will be Included In the
exhibit. This exh..H!on will not
only be ol vaet advantage to In-
ventors lut iv 111 prove processes to
be used by manufactories and cap-
italists. It la an honorable method
of bringing the Inventors and man-
ufacturers together and I am pleas-
ed to give It my hearty support. It
Is proposed to appoint a committee
for bringing this matter to the at-
tention of the Inventors of Texas
In order that they may avail them-
selves of the advantage of making
a display and practical demonstra-
tion of their Inventions. .
"Although I have been appointed
special commissioner for Texas atd
the Southwest my associate and the
associate commissioner John S. Mur-
ray will have immediate charge of
tho matter and will go to Rocliestor
to look after the exhibit and nee that
ths Interests of Texas Inventors are
properly cared for."
The Rochester Union and Adver-
tiser recently printed the following
relative to the patent exhibit here
during the last State Fair:
"Recently a great exhibit of pat-
ents was held In Dallas which
Building and Loan Fund
Available for purchasers of lots
on San Jacinto Heights
vr-?v m" Tl'T
Q. A. A P. Railway Bonds.
Austin. Tex. April 23. The Rail-
road Commission today authorized
registration of 385 000 In bonds of
ths Quanah Acme & Fnelflc rail-
road. Valuation of the thirty-nine miles
of completed roads 's S985.330. Out-
standing liabilities $570000.
CALL FOrt BIDS.
Mr. J. F. Garrison President of
the Rolard will receive bids up to
S:00 p. m.. Monday the 9th day of
May 1910. for the erection of an
eight-room brick school building for
tha Plalnview Independent School
District. Bids to be consldcrd
must be accompanied by a certified
.i f.. tr.nt nn Pinna mnv ha
' ... ... I broucht thousands of visitors. The
rad by depositing o.uw wim " .
This Space Reserved for
ri. b. kirsch
jjpsjpSI fV"WT "J'rf!
afcfc HOI ii
J. F Garrison or with tne archi-
tects Goodwln& Mexay all of Plart-
view Texas. The right to reject any
or all bids Is reserved.
THE MEXICAN REALTY COMPANY
will give five acre fruit farm and truck fret
to some one in 'Amarllle You are not re-
quired to buy any of this land to become a
contestant; the contest is open to all. There
arc over a hundred of these tracts sold to
resldmtt of Amarillo at the present time.
Every tract has cost them $200 payable
$1.00 per month an acre. You might as wtll
win as some one else. Why not try? Call
at our office for information.
EKIC AN REALTY GO
Neely & Crudgington B!d.
FOR COUNTV JUDGE.
W. M. Jeter.
SHERIFF & TAX COLLECTOR
Lewis H. Myers
W. M. Burwell
J. Harvey Avery
J. W. McQueen.
CONSTABLE PRECINCT NO. 1
A. L. Britain
JA3. F. HEASLEY
JUSTICE OF. THE PEACE
J. W. S. Holman
Geo. F. (Fred) Tunnard
ANIMAL AND HIDE INSPECTOR
Frank L- Davidson
fpn DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Henry S. Bishop
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
' N. (Newt) H. Tudor
ran county and district
FOR COMMISSIONER PDEC1NCT
' NO. 3
D- D. Boylos
International Congress of Inventors
has elected Mr. Bpellman a commis-
sioner to represent it In Texas and
the Southwest and no doubt a lar.j
contingent of Inventors from those
sections will be here next June."
The Invontor a publication devot-
ed to advertising tho coming conven-
tion of Inventors declares that Edi-
son Tosla Marconi Maxim Westing-
house Wright Curtlss and other fa-
mous Inventors will be present.
Will Please the Most Exacting;
Man Woman or Child.
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w jw if jj a
Nadlaola Talcnia Fow4er Is com-
posed entirely of sanative Ingredients
fin. and soft os velvet. When used
it sets fres Just fnouch oxypen to
keep the skin white and loft and
In a smooth healthy condition. Tre-
ems sunburn allay irritation. It's
sr men and women requiring the best.
25c. bv leading drupdsti or mail
nd yHir money bck if not plc.sed.
National Toilet Company.
This Co-Cart $1.65 Cash and
$100 Per Week
C. L'ankford &
hew and Second House Furnishings
v Phone 477
Cash or Credit
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