The Sunday Morning Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 17, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 22, 1910 Page: 8 of 8
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THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD SUNDAY MAY 22 1910.
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Wc Kayp earned and fully deserve the
reputation of at all times having the
freshest candies to be found in the city.
Thii name comes from our uniform
habit of using nothing but the purest and
freshest of materials.
TRY OUR CANDIES! They will
melt in your mouth. We expect soon
to have a special sale of Marshmel-
lowi. We have them fresh and most
delectable; mighty choice. In the mean-
time try a pound order; you'll find them
ICE CREAM and SHE R BERTS
in all flavors. An early order and we
will deliver in time for dinner.
B! Attorney General to Deliver
Baccalaureate Address at
316 POLK STREET
Rov. J. P Reynolds president of
tho C.oodnlght Industrial Ilaptlst In-
stitute was In tliu city yesterday und
announced that Atorncy General
Jewell P. Llgutfoot will deliver tlio
baccalaureate address at tlio eloso
of (ho school Wednesday evening
May 25. Dr. Reynolds while In
Ainurlllo Invited tho people of thla
city to uttend the closing exercises
of Iho Hchoo! staMng that a program
of worth has been prepared for the
entertainment of tlio visitors.
There are flvo In the graduating
class and a number of medals will
bo bestowed. Arrangements hove
been made (or the entertainment of
a largo number und It Is understood
that practically every section of the
Panhandle country will bo rcpresunt-
cd at the exercises.
I nil YeMcnls)' Afttt'iioon Registers
One Inch Willi .Nearly Half
Inch of Kalii.
I.MMTOOT INVITKD HKItK.
!o New Tork City mr rich unci
and left an entire stock ot clocks of
which I now have 3 car loads on
exhibit at Vestern Llvory's office.
Call and get them at half price as
long as thy leat.
2818-lc PIKE STROUD.
Circus Tent Hums.
Schenectady N. Y.. .May 21. Tin
main tent ot Rarnum & Dailey's clr-
rur was destroyed by fire here thla
afternoon. Seeral persons were ro-
ported tnjurod buut no one was
killed so tar as known.
Woodmen ..k Attorney General to
Address Them W lille Ho Is la
Hon. Jewell P. Llghtfoot. attor-
ney general of Texas hns been In-
vited to visit Ainarlllo and address
a meeting; under the auspleea of
Alamosa Camp W. O. W Thursdoy
May 20. Thou. W. flames clerk of
tho local camp and one of tho Texas
delegation to the Sovereign camp at
Jietrolt recently has directed a per
sonal letter of Invitation to Mr.
Ilghtoot in which he urges the
It Is the Intention of tho local
camp to arrange a mass meeting to
bo addressed by the. popular Wood-
man oflkcr. Mr. I.lghtfoot holds
ono of the most. Important offices In
tho fraternity embracing Texas
New Mexico and Oklahoma. lie Is
celebrated w idely and Jusjy for his
oratorical ability and the people of
Willi a murky cloud from tho
Southwest as an advance agent Ain-
urlllo wax visited by a hailntorm of
v.niisuai density yesterday cvenliiK
tno ground being covered in a sluet-
lug of let within afew seconds the
fall registering one Inch. This In
turn was fallowed ly a heavy dash
of ralii tho totul of which was 47
Thin precipitation coupled with a
foreciut fur more rain tonight and
tomorrow wiili a lowering tempera-
ture bads to the conclusion that
tbls ne. tlou .if the statu Is destined
to git its (ill share of iuontiiro.
POLICY IS URGED
(). M. Kakle Tells of Observations In
Oilier ( It let ami rites Am-
ailllo'n Principal cedi '
li. A. K.ill a cutler and designer
of Chb agvi has an lvcd and taken
change of the business of I.unce &
Co. fonnolly occupied by Mr. Will.
Voi;;lnr !r. Koll comes well rec-
ommenced ii h a man of advancement
lp his line. .He hns Just completed
a oosl grnliiu(t. course at the well
Uuown college df Croombcrg's of
Chicago lie will b6 pleased to talk
to the fastidious dressers of Am-
iirlllo. Mr. I!yll will endeavor to
keep up the well known name of
Mr. Volkins. 231s-lc
Amarlllo hac hnx desired an op-
portunity to henr him.
It Is deemed j i obalilo that If It Is
at ull p'isMblo Mr. I.lghtfoot will
yield to the ropiest of the Amarlllo
choppers and visit tho Queen City
of the Plains. He has Ii.NndoJ to
visit In Amarlllo at times past but
there Is reason to believe that he
will wire definite answer wtth but
llttlo delay. While no subject has
beon assigned It Is understood as
probable that It will be educational
or fraternal or somewhat of both In
the event of coming.
If a finoriiblo ai)M'c. Is rpcelvej
to the letter the local cmnp will be-
;in Immediate arrangements for the
meeting w hich It h jp a to make one
Velva is the finest product of
Louisiana Sugar Cane the
pure juice extracted by pres-
sure and made into syrup the
P.&F. way then sealed in this
can with its goodness whole.
"Makes the Most Delightful Meal Ever Mortal Met
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On Griddle Cakes
Biscuits or Waffles.
Sold by Your Grocer
Only in the Sealed Can
Served In Hotels and Dining Cars.
Pe ti i c k a Fo n d Ltd.
r NEW ORLEANS LA.
O. M. Kuklo has returned from
CialvcBtun wli(rc ho ai tended the au-
nuul meeting of the State Undertak-
ers' Association. Mr. IOaklo stutes
that the meeting was Interest lug hut
that bo perhaps received more bene-
fit on the outing by noting the way
in which other cities have attained
growth nnd prominence. In conver-
sation with a representative of the
Daily I'anlmndlo Mr fcuklo said;
"I started primarily as a member
of Iho citizens' committee to accom-
pany the city Council to Fort Worth
and Dullas for the Inspection of
paving After uiuklng tho rounds
with the joint committee tho labors
beiug lompleti.l J intended tho j'
meeting of the Stoto Undertakers. $
1 wus thoroughly Improssed or'tf
rather re-Impressed with the manner j$
In which u number of the leading
cities of Texas do things. They aio!$
commercially alhe. They have their j
bauds out for the things that will '
be good for ihem that stand fur
larger development. I was convinc-
ed of the worth ot the aggressive
policy more thoroughly during tho
recent trip than ever before.
"It occurs to me that our people
could do no better thing than to fol-
low the example of .e cities that
havo made a success of this nietropo- "A
lis building. scheiiie. Oklahoma Oity!J
stands as an example of what pluck
can do. That city has grown from
a comparatively meagre beginning
to a point where a new skyscraper
Is not in tiio class of seusatlons. Her
opportunities in tho beginning no
better than are tho of Amarlllo at
this time perhaps not so good.
"Let us reach out after an auto-
mobile factory. plant that would
employ many men at good wages
and with a demand for tho output
in the Panhandle us in no othe
place In the country. This Is but
one of tho propositions that would
look and be good for the Panhandle
for Ainurlllo. We must have these
things and 1 feel sure that if we
get active and look about us we can
find the way to bring them to us.
"Amarlllo Is now nt a point where
sho must look tomanufactorles for
growth and expansion Tha hand-
ling of land as a sole commodity can-
not last. As a matter of fact we
have begun to ftel the narrowing
status of the business. It is not
what It used to bo. We must aug-
ment It ly expanding our borders
. Spends Cash
Sells for Cash
Sure and Pro
SEAY SAYS SO
TALK TO TELEPHONES 97-297
and taking In new features."
It might also be stated In this
connection that others who were In
the larger cities of the stale during
the paving Investigation returned
feeling that the city may do bigger
and better things than ever before
if sit will but exert horself aggres-
sively. These Ideaa have been od-
vanctd by every man who went to
Investigate the paving proposition
and Incidentally to s"e how other
titles do things.
Tn New York City my rich uncle
and left an entire stock of clocks of
which I now have 3 "ar loads on
exhibit at Western Livery's office. J 23 1 1 c
is the only remedy that will pruvoi
fly blows from Infeetlng wounds
cuts or soreB on animals. Hen la
quickly and makes dehorning cas-
trating and spraying safe any
month. Heat remedy for barb-wire
cuts prevents proud flesh extracts
tho poison will cure cellar galls
sore shoulders bncks old standing
sores chafes ropv bums and mange
quickly. Endorstd by prominent
stockmen and veterinarians through-
out the country. 7'c per pint suf-
ficient for &0 herd yearlings. For
sale bv L. O. Thompson & Co. Ama-
rlllo. Texas. K. It. Roach I)rugCo
wholesale agents for Panhandle
Cull ana get them
long as they last.
at half price a
i Regent's Third Shipment of
PUMPS and OXFORDS
NEW LASTS NEW PATTERNS MADE
WITH TWO INSTEH STRAPS. :
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Don't fail to see them
Popular Priced $350 $4
NEW SHIPMENT OF "ONYX" BRAND'
FOR MEN AND WOMEN FROM
$1.75 TO 25c PAIR
We Fit Any Foot
OPPOSITE NEW AMAMLLO HOTEL
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