The Sunday Morning Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 17, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 22, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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THE SUNDAY MORNING IIEEALS. SUNDAY MAY 22 1910.
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A WORD TO THE BUYER !
Following are a few reasons why you
should patronize us:
Qualify of Goods Prompt Ser
vice Low Prices Cleanliness!
I We handle 57 varieties of Heinz's delectable goods
VICTORY CANNED GOODS
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Perfect Sanitation and Choicest
Cuts of Meat
Wapco High Patent Amarillo High
Patent Panhandle High Patent and
Rex 1 hard wheat Flours. There
are no better Flours in the world
We Cannot be undersold
in any line
WILL BE MARKED BY
MANY FEATURES OF
Will Be Class Play and Grad
uating Exercises With
Address by District
IliMiodletlnfl Itov. O. F KeriNU-
Turoulity afternoon tho Junior
will riitntnil tlio Seniors nt tho
(irand to whMi the friends and pn-
t runs of the ' liiml arc urdlully In-
vited. . I . -
'f'Jrndiii'fverilnjc' 'tbo Senior
class present 'MrrcMnt of Voiileo
i iitodiiio." It It u c4l( of sixteen (
characters. 1M f tv t t liurlomiiiA (
on High school life !s admirably
suited to aniajnur performers. I
J'Hsi'i orchestra has boon soon r-1
ej to furnish' tho nioslral program
for Him evening. The entire perform-!
mire will be well worth llo liberal !
pBiroiiaK" of tbe public. I
Thursday evening tho ' lfnl ex-!
rrctHcn lll he held tn the Pnlk
Street Methodist church. .Indue
Drowning wll deliver tho ecm- j
menoomciH address to tlio grad-
uates and at t hat time the cllploniiis
win be awarded.
Special music Iibk alto boon pre
pared for the evening.
pccldl Offerings of.
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m if m& rr m rnt tfy
& COMPANY ... .
Roal Estate 127 E. Stli St foot
FiilirrTTI - ViiMartilfcfallfcBiVfTltfMt an WhiL it Tfl hrt'ir Vki to ffaiiiatf-i1mTMal ' "Tr-
L S. WALTERS & CO.
I'M V " FOLK BA Ngi'ET.
il'ET. hinue'2 bs tjie diWr tlp bnh
j nt whllft J jiro8iHyr(ipj oorri
21. Demo- fornipr "' Kovrrnor Joscpli" V. 1
CI T nnla Mil.. Vnv
crat.s here last night definitely fixed !vill be formally launuhnd
epll W. KoIK
('oiiimeni"ement week IB always a
busy one and full of Interest both
to tlio Btfjjt and public at largo
The xi'ulora aro tlio honored ones
Although there la a longing and do-
Bire to have dono with b hool work
and to find wluit the world has In
elore for each yet a fooling of and-
ni'Hi ciinn when one thluka thai ho
will be 8ci.iinled from thopo with
whom hi bus sptnt four of the boat
yours ol bin life his high school
Too mutual Interest and cIobo
touch and hannouy among botb
student and teacher Is gone and an
nllOKether new lifo Is begun.
This year special effort has boon
made to make commencement week
of unusual Interna aud pleaxure.
This evening all the churches of
the city will have no regular service
but will be In atendance at the lina-
calnureatc services to bo hold in the
i'olk Street Methodist church. The
program for the evening Is as fol
Violin Solo Rive Angollque
Henry j'olhurst Mrs. Lctf Williams
SiiiK I'nto the Lord Emerson
Scripture Heading rtov W. 1.
tannings. .. ... . - r n :
Invocation Kev. J N. Ivy.
Father O Ilgar lTg I'alai.pr
My Rodoomcr and My f.orS liud-
ley Buck Miss Fay White.
Haccalttureale Sermon Rev. M.
All Hall tho Power of Jesus'
Nanio Congregation. ' ''
HIikIciiU Fallliig In Term Work Will
lie (ilven Opportunity to Make (
The Amarillo schools lose this
weok and It Is lonrnod that on ao- j
count of 111 h'-nlth tmd oilier hinder-
Ins csuhch there ure quite a number
who como undr tlm-beud of "con-
dltlon" students fhitt Is to say
they hnv faflen" lilrt In' sthrro' one
particular phase of 'he work while
entlrelr b!e to pnixninlna(fori ?n
the other phases of the stipulated
schedule. '''In order to holp 'them'
overcome this deficiency It. Ih an-
nounced ' that f Iss Ileulah Kenton
will btglu Monday May 20 dtI'o"lk
Street school . Vltji. a subscription
terra. All who-fiavei galled In oni
or hiore of tjiolr studts to qunllfj
for the next higher grade are given
opportunity to prepare and enter
regularlV'tft tia 'fntiornfni session. '
This stop Is taken to accommodate
those who are deficient and who
want to make good their grades for
the next session. It is expected that
nil In Interest will soe Miss Koeton
!f riot before on the day of open-
ing.' 4 '" f" ' '; r
V ho'.imifur seven room residence on the best TVirt ot Van
Bujq) scct. Rooms large expensively papered and nicely fin-
1 ' t t ' I . t .11 4 t . ..f -.a - mm h
isiicii. uatn toner not ami coiu water rouuuauon ui innciu
li1nckrsolid all around the house and four blocks high. Good
ftahle and horse lot.
Thjs hpuse is substantially built and set on a roomy west
front lot "5x140 fect. The lot has been filled and graded lias
shade cement sidewalk' curb and house walk. ' Price $4600.
As' a substantial and degnn't modern home this wou1d be
! hard .o equal at the price. Vc shall be pleased to call for you
' and how you through it . '. . . '.
. ... VACANT.
. ' Among the very choicest property i; the city fcr a higlj
clas residence ist Ui.it southeast front quarter block on the cor-
ner of Fifteenth and Taylor lying between Mr. Fuqua's resi-
. deive and the block upon which it is understood Mr. SanLorn
v ill. sewn erect his own home. Convenient to car line and z)
facilities. The entire rjuartcr'block will.bc.sid for $1000.
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Mlnlfttrt'if'oir itjinrltlis hurrh
1:rlst to Aitdrews (lass at
If you will kindly permit us to show you both -of
these pieces of property; we feci that you will
not consider your time wasted.
OUR TELEPHONE IS 765
Information reaches the city to
the effect that F. L. Voung who Is
conducting a revival at Iowa Park
Mill-preach tho commencement ser
mon of the High School class at the
naptlst church-there tonight. Mr.
Young la mlntater for the thnrch of
Christ ijj ApjH.rillp'iind ha been at
Iowa pari) a wiiek engaged In the
It Is aunounccd that tho minister
will be at home during the Incora-
rng" week. lie wliripreaeh In Am-
arillo next' Sunday' forenoon and
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Our loss is vour ain. We are comoelled to vacate our ladies' deoartmeflt---c6itaDelled:ta move out
and give occupancy and that soon. It's a tremendous job to move Ithex pile on pile of4 articles
in that department such an effort would mean the outlay of great energy - and ;much; expeuse; " So'
we've CUT THE PRICES; SLASHED THEM RIGHT AND LEFT so oucrcusfomer
advantage of our business necessity. The prices below are but small index to the: bargains on bar-
gains bur store contains. Some of our CHOICEST BARGAINS still remain. Read carefully the list and
act at once. .
Child's Hat of Rajah silk self embroidered cd?:e
trimmed with pink and blue ribbon QQa
price $1.9S. for... 30b
Child's Hat Tarn O 'Shantcr crown of all-over
embroidery full shirred embroidery CQp
fine $l value for . . UJU
Child's Hat of rough braid mushroom shape
brim trimmed with broad cotton sash edited
with silk fringe price $1.10 ' nCi
I THE EARLY
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White Muslin Petticoat.-; '
$1.30 value at $ .98
1.50 value at 1.19
2.25 value at . .' 1.-79
Made in excellent quality trimmed in laces am)
Tastv all sizes and colors excellent values. . 10c
Children's White Lawn Aprons neat made to
fit shoulder straps i 10c
1 i GLOVES
Perrin's Kid Gloves $1.25 for ... . . . .
Perrin's Kid Gloves $1.50 for . . . . . . .
Perrin's Kid Gloves $1.75 .for . . ... . . .
'Everyone knows Perrin's. Gloves.
France imported. Pcrrin means toglol
Sterling does to silven
Cambric 5c value for .
Cambric. 10c value for
Extra-fine qualify barred cambric cmli
in corner 20c value
I n ad e in
KAYSER'S LONG SlLK GLOVES I
Same quality only longer; also in desired shades
and sizes. --': .
.$1.50 grades for . $1.19
$2.25 grades for . ....... i ........ . . .$1.85
These prices should make a ready demand for
tluse staple articles. -a.;
Kayser's Short Silk Gloves made to sell at
standard prices. Wc JiavQ them in. -all sizes And
75c irradc for 49c
$1.25 grade for .95c
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