Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 28, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 6, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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PtAKIIJ.O HAII.Y .NEtth. Eli.KMtt. I'M t MI.K.U . I'M I.
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ALL NEW GOODS 13300 STOCK
"i. lit IV.-hlli
for utilv .
4'c J:ir Must.ird Cho
fc jar .Mexican Hoi
lie jnr Hot Kelisli
jno Jar Sweet I'll kl
'0c Jar Sour 1'ickle
10c bottle riimnto
Stuffed Olhes only
4flc bottle I'faln
1 case best gra.le
Credit hoiiies charge two for
2fic for this hominy which
would lie $.':.(o a mse. think
of It. Just one-half I rite
' .'! larve pai k:ue Knn-
i kl' Corn Klakes .
I :: I I'm k:if
j llornltiv Crlts
1 rase cooil firs' q.ial
Ity rorn only
1 i?.e Sour Krai't. as vood nn
the test. 21 large (M Of
i ion liars
CrvKtal White Sap
I tub White Soap. . .
Swiss Laundry Soar.
Swift White Soap
Clalrette Soap . . .
This Is from ".no to 7"c le-s
I per case than you could buy at
Iwholosnle. Merchants who did
jnot cet In on the drals car. sav
'monev on this soap.
Bisr Auto Manufacturing
Firm to Inaugurate
Kemeniber you do not have
to weigh goods hoticht of New-
ton as I recocnle 16 ounces to
Nice Cranberries two
1 gallon Cranberries
2 2T.c pkRP. Quaker 0Ji
Oats for only ........ tJJIj
4 pk?s. O. II. Macaroni
4 pks O. It. Spaghetti
o pki:a Arm and Ham-
mer Soi!a only
? pki Faultless Starch
3 pkH new Sct;dlew
J.pkrs. new ShiI.h
4 10c pki?8. I'est Corn
10c pkts. Argo Starch
1 case Hotel Size
Milk for only jjj
I rime 1 rti; size Colum-
bia milk for only
I rase jo pknH fi-lh.
ij'i:irer 1 ati tmU . .
I c ie Hir n r.' Win
Can p .lnlk
I C.I I loll mo I
" i itfir : I onlv
I l:ri !. 1 '. JHlloll-i.
Yi'ie'-iir on!) . . . .
It h.:rts to cive proccrles M
iiiee pii is l i;t 1 boiiuht. Ro'ids
expititii: food hnt-lnest. bi.l
u.v i vonr -i.iln
1 1 1 j v
I 1'" Ickav Tea
fo;- c nU
i I'V plc' I lk.
only . .
( l"c pki's. anv other kind o?
Splits vo'i want
Tor only .
:''. C' r.-'s
I'.akini; I'owder for only
m' v ar. ! I. k Frost
I'aklnir I'owder. .
J'.c can Mr I'li'e's
I'akins I'owder. .
2 1 "e cans I'unch
I'.tklni: Powder . .
I reed room as I hae four
ars of i untied (;oods thi't will
be ber." af oiit Jan. lut 1012
4 lor I'ntkat'es
Shak.T s.-lt ....
4 Hie Packau'es
Cookln-i S ilt
3 Flat Cans
I'ii.k S ilmon
3 2r ('.in-" Fancy
3 l.'c (nns
20c White Swan
fork nrd Tlenns. .
?r.c Cans King
Koniiu Syrup .
lioyal Sor?bum . .
Panmke Drip Syrup
1 Callon lloynl
Pitted Cherries only
I C al Ion
Pitted Rod Cherries
I 2 " c Can I o .'
Cabin Maide Syrup.
'I pour Is "Xuf Red"
3"r 2 poind Itlshoi
Strawberries per can .
2 2.".c Unities
2 ..! Packages
2 Hotf!.. Iiodson-
1 1 I'oi.uds Fine
. ' ans
I - c lis W'ap. o
I v a.sl In- Powder
I'll pm-nds Standard
j i Cr uinlaied Suuar onlv
! -' parkaues
) ' U':.shclean
' ; !' Pars
b j j Toilet Soap . .
1 (i.illon Fancj
I t Pound
I Stir Tobacco
I I Pound
Horse Shoe Tobacco
Thick Flu Tlnsley
6 Flues Crancer
( Twist Tobacco
i 1 Pound Putton
! Tobacco. I 2 ounces
i Kemember. It takes the r(h
'to cct In on tMs tale but It
i il1 pav yo: neiMTnbnr I
meet arv competition and i-m
reirincr to ro
i ii ov itifii lb M m fraiulu Willi
treat wK'liiflcanee nnd w bl.b may
ro"lonlze ?dlittt methods i: t!;e
i: I in.o'r e lir.s'l'ess. h is Jimt beet'
nenoin.-d tv the Stedebuker Cor-
j poratioi". the 1 1 "..ooo.nau eonierii
I which in;ritif:M'tur's K-M-F "S't"
uid Flanders -20" automobile. This
Is In a word that hereafter tbe
IStudebaker Corporation will ell no-
Itomobiles on time- will accept notes
from farmers nd other respcnslbU'
jbuvfTi. for lt product.
1 Fp to this time the automobile
Industry has been unique In that It
was a strictly cash budn. No
dealer and no Individual huver. taow-
!eer well fated financially k-nuld
jproeere one minute's time i the
;p.:r has. of an automobile. Hut
I'lils was so was remarkable and v
mi ws rpie to a combination of ri
J u'ntinces which rendered any ot .
;er mtthod Impossll le. That t!.N eon-
'diiion is now haoplly chanm.l .is
.ilderceil bv this latest Stndel:iker
I move iA proof fhnt the auton'oMb-
jl"siiess has finnllv entered upon an
of stability and permanency urn li
'... oher le.rstries as. for example.
ihe m wins in:''liiie. firm iinplement.4
Spejik'ni: of tho moxe and Its rear-In-:
on the future of the nutomobile
In litr. Cent ral Manager Walter K.
Flanib-rs cavs' "I believe the auto-
mobile business should be placed on
a credit basis and I tbfnk It wl'l
prove to be the most important ad-
vance that has been made In the
automobile Industry since It incep-
tion It indicates that the antomo-
Hie ras now arrived at the ste
where it is no lonper a blch priced
lnxurv. but has actually lecome
necessity in the lives ot nil bi.sine
(men and other well-to-do people.
I "After all nood paper Is the same
as ci'Ml to ;i I'oncern such as Stude-
. baker's whb-h his the nei-vsary fi-
! nan ml lesit'iiees t" handle It. whll
from the I i yrs' and the dealers'
stindpolnt tie-re l. a vast diff"i'etice.
ro.irse we've heard tb' xtor
'ci tle man who trortKlied bis house
'to bi:y an in toiliolille but ( thor
jare any such casi; tlie .ire very
irr" as imt iOiii:i prien
take so much cash out of the reserve
on the Instant. Then acnln we find
jthat frucal persons frequently! resort
'to the expedient of payinir thejtcady
cash they can afford for an unre-
liable seroud-hand or a poorly on-
jstruct' d dinky new car wh"ii. by the
iredit plan they would select a flrst-
' class full-Fled automobile pavlnit
: part ash and taklm: time for the bal-
"In short liavlni: In view the fu-
ture tat her than the immediate nrc-
nt nnd w ith the object of expand-
n and nt the fame time pl.vn our
b'-siness m s solid a foundation is
' others we have simply adopted the
credit method which mi re than any
otlu r factor has been r'spomlblo for
the s li less of such coii"cm a? the
International Harvester the Ktxk
Island Plow the Stedcbaker wncon
the Sinaer Sewlii); Machine nnd oth'T
toncerns whose market is world-
wide. "Have Ion-; con-.ldi red that ihc ad-
vi nt of credit In this business was
InovltaMe and we have simply wait-
ed for the rkht time to lead In Its
inai'urratlon. That time arrived wl.cn
we had so stnndnrdied our product
so proxen Its worth and perfected on
fa ilitus for taking care of the busi-
hits. So the move now made Is but
the consummation of a plan l-inn 1
"The automobile Is not longer a
lcxury; It has become a neee-Mty to
the prosperous business man and tin
farmer. And the Intrinsic value Is
there. No mechanical device Is sold
on so small a margin of profit- er-
roneous Impressions to the contrary
notw ithstnndng. I am ppeakins now
of iars made by the large concerns
which produce 20 out) or more per
anni'm and who In order to create .
market for their outfit mus nc"'-
nrilv place the lowest possible price
on them nnd depending on the iuan'.
titles to multiply the narrow mnrjiii
I c -r lirofit to a satlsfai lory ai;i eira'e.
I 'First the automobile business was
I I all. -d a "came"; It has now n'ta;i-
ied i he dinity of rn li'dnstry. TI'O
. ii'tnnioiiile itself was rrlitlnally a
p!i toy; then an expensive lnxurv
tor tbe rlh: now It I a staple a
ino'esslty and ns such It should b
s'dd as are all otber staples."
OPENS IN NEW IK
New York. I-. V- Tbe New
Urand C.rtnl Palace us tri'srtorm-
ed today into an lm-ictie t ar.iv .I'd
id all do lom. It re-o nd ! witii .
the rv kle of In trow in ir e' roost
ers quaekirt of il'jtks ant! ue-se
plpinr of tannic. lii''' 'n" """' '
fro:u o:'i.r vafftl's f p.ulirv con-
tributed to Fit ricsi'al n.rdVv in tb
treat lMij;i'iit Ti e f.Pn : i no i' --
hlbltloi. of the Fm;.ire I'eiilitv As-
sociation wan (iptreil lb s inorni'i.'
nd the how nil! tcrtiiM- tnron.-h
the weok Towerrow the Cr Shov
will !.e o! b " to tt.t stttt " t ifiif
Tbe poulltv el IbifeP I- t'o lafif-
est et r vtt t. v tbe r.e'ropol!. nit!i
1.10(1 chs-e on the pitl'llcni I'st the
event has attra-1.-1 all tb. br b-r
of fine po '.ltrv in the Fis'efi States
Ct si: r:lt U MM.
Irfetk o ppetite oc lbte Aflt'rl
F.niiii; a vinplom thai si oubl .
Not le Pisit nar.letl.
AplK-'llc IS i:
for fet t! ! oss t
nth d. sites
digest i n oi
is .1 I ..'It
IOI ' s .III' .
It is I
yt.'i - t . :
i n ! i la! tlesire
t'te or torn-til''-
tiitait ate in-
i.i ( i . r-eniii
! ii i ni t t .v s to a pt r-..u-r.
w!.a' I "at lint vh;i'
.: toi a-.-i'Ml.ile thai doe.
il. t I tilt- St-JIU.-sf
iti'l i .tlt'-iesr p.-r-ons are
I I shows.
"On the other hand " man)
'a rei'v""" '-' loudness ill 1 tf Si
!7V" V o en iiirntly uli Jwn at
I ! nutomobile and who vetftates ti
niotlt r.itt- eaters
Tliei. is in. I Inn.; th.it will tans.'
more troc.nle i!i an a tlisoite.d stm-
;.i h. I ia.nn pet. pie diiilv colitratt
rit ;: ti.' 'i-s -i'liplv thiouth ts-r.-varl
or of the --toii.acli.
We nr.'e nil ill Aniarlllo who sul-
Irr troni any stomach derangement.
Indiitiiion. or dyspepsia. vticthcr
acute cr chroi.ic to try Kevill Jiys-
pepsin Tablets with the distinct uii-
dcrstandiu': that we will refund their
monev without qutstien or formality.
it after reasonable use of thli :ttli-
cine tiiey are not perfectly satisfied
with the results We reeommen I
them to our ciistoinets evety day ati.f
have yet to bear of any one vho ba
not lm-n benefited by tbelit
honestly believe them to be without
eual. They 1 1 vnry prompt re-
lief nilinii to r.eitrnlle the gastri-'
Jnlci's. strentthi l: the il';es?!vt oi-
cans to reitiilate the bowels and
thus to promote perfect nutrtilon.
and trntitate ;dl unhealthy syii'iw
We nr.'e you to try a '-'"c box of
Itexii'l li'snepsla Tablets which ciws
It". ilsVi.' trthliuent. At the tnd of
thaAJjne your money will he retnrn-
e43 iMitj an r W-rtufiW. ot
rour In chronic iM-s 4'ngth of
treatment varies for such cg(i.
we have two laruer sl?es. which sell
for 50c and II.PO. Kemember. you
can obtain llexal! Htniedles in th!:i
ccmmunlty only Pt our store Tin'
Rexr.ll Store. I. O. Thompson K
Siunet plain and set rtnt's at I.. N
Pittman a. the 4th-t. Iiweler s lio
E. 4th-it. 27-6c
It is a Pleasure to Sell Stoves
When We Have
The MAJESTIC Monarch of All.
The QUICK MEAL for i quick ntil.
Tbe COMFORT Amirillo'i Favorite
The ECONOMY. Best fr the Price.
All of these nmet art familiar even to children aid yon rn n
no riil aad make no experiments.
"TBE STORE DE LUXE'
Let us do it for you. We suggest
that you come in now and let us
design any of those odd little
jobs that you may have in mind
for Christmas. If you haven't a
definite idea of just what you
want it's very likely we can help
Loving Printing CoJ
Funeral Director & Embalmor
Day or Night Phone 21.
(kat Sale I
I lll'IMT IV III-' Till' IlliOli
I. x nils I F AMUill.l.t run ai
'counts xx It h s In their own names
li'iause bey know vve 'll uimmIi on
eay pnvinents .lnt as ihei n Wi-
ll for rnh. Our etv eiynieitt plan
Is ronicnient. Creen Uros.' .
I Wur con-. -in it to a s'irTlciil up-
eritlon l"t Ills riements. (be i4i- I
"tiitbs. exnniin? von Ostoopithv
prevents nmnv need'es" opera"on i
Owing to the Scarcity of Money I am going to Close
Out my Entire Stock of Jewelry Cut Glass
and Silverware at Cost.
And give my entire attention to my loan business. My jewelry stock is picked from
10 and 20 year and solid jold goods bought for cash; this mens a saving of 20 per
cent Now I am not going to leave town but just stick right here and tvery article
sold will be sold under a guarantee backed by a $1000 bond filed with your county
clerk. Here are a few prices for your consideration
One-fourth karat genuine white diamond $35.00 value $23.00
19 and 21 jewel watches $45 value 25.00
15 jewel Elgin and Waltham watches 25 year diamond in case $35 value . . . 22.50
Solid Cold Cuff Links $8 value 4.00
20 year large Bracelets $14 value 7.00
Solid Cold Bracflets $20 value 12.50
40 Year Fancy Watch Fobs $9.50 value 6.25
40 Year Fancy Watch Ftbs for ladies $8 value 4.20
Sclid Cold Cent's Vest Chains $7.90 value 5.00
St lid Gold Tie Pins in plush boxes $4 JO value 2.00
Gcduine Cut Glass Bowls $7.50 value 3.00
Silverware One-Half Off. Ladies' and Gent's Rings solid gold One-Half Off.
Everything in the Jewelry Line must go at above prices which means a saving of
at least One-Half.
Also a nice line of Trunks Suit Cases and Grips must go by January 1st.
Williams Loan & Jewelry Company
First door east of Postoffice.
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