Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
OLD HE REMEDY
;i VH roNIJ. I.t mTIU TO ' lt-:l:
AM Lit IV lltlilliAMi-
i:i yy oi irki.v
For renersMoin .yre n(J .suthr
hav been used for hrtir and slr
trouble. Almost everyone know the
valtie of i. h a romMnntlon for k
log the hair a good een color f.r
cirrlnt dandruff. Itching salp an
falling hair and for promotlnr the
growth of tie hair. Wan a?o the
onlv war t ct a I (air Tonic of thi
kind was to make It In the home
which was troiblrome ari l r.of n!-
wsys satisfactory. Nowadays al-
most arr uf-to-date dnt?rlMt cm
"M'ly hi pitrnns with a ready to-
usi prod ict. skillfully prepared in
perfectly equipped ahtr itorlcn
An Ideal prepsrntlon of this sort
la Wyeth's Anpc and Fulphur Hair
Remedy In which Sam and Fulphur
ar combined with o'her valuabl-i
remedy fr.r scalp trouble and thin
wak hair that li losing It color or
coming out. After uxlnr. thl rem-
dy for a few day yon will notice
the color traduallv coming bark
your scalp will feel better the dand
ruff will toon ! rone and In 1sh
than a month's tlnre there will m a
wonderful different? n your hair.
Hont neglect your hair If It la full
of dandruff losing Its color or cm-
ln out Oet a fifty rent ltlle of
Wyeth'a Pare and Sulphur from vonr
drulst and see what a few day..'
treatment will do for you. All drur-
gists tell It under guarantee thnt
the money will he refunded If the
remedy Is not exactly reprcr nteo
Special Agent. V. it. ltoa h.
SLAYINC OF LOlffJGY
Alton CI . No.. 7. -Kew-uty-flvt
)ar ago tonight there ocurred In
th:s i ! un event which with the
single .-x'eption of the fohn l!ro;i
raid wan probably Tin- ti.ont ei.t-
tlofi.il fe.it in- of t tj long KtrKk'.le
iter t'.e ! a v r '!'.--fl'ri tbut pre-
ee the r i v 1 1 war. Thin H til"-
tiiobhlrig ar'l i!-kT'i' tidfi of an mM-
U.ery (ii'-r in) iff iiij.d.-r of il
editor. KllJ.ih V Uiw-J'.y. AlthTigii
it ociirr-i i't years before the war
it rorit rtlmtt-d In a mark". I deree to
iii.it u 1 ;ii If: t Ion
Klilah I' I.ovi joy iM of .in r
; :' r :' ir .ifnl hiH advo' Hi y
of tl.f (niit- for which h- jn-rlMlin'1
ni k tin- f'.rin of n-rii'-iy vlol-nt
i'fa' kn on fh! itmllt utiui of I v r y
ind all who dlr-'tly or Indlrwtly
I (! to favor and (n'rp-'iikte It.
In I S.'" liv.'joy. tlu n a youn
II.IU of .'I. fHflli- friIII lllH ll'IIIIf l?i
Maun- to St l.o.j it. hT'- h- miIi-ll-h'-d
a ki hool mid ln-rarne an irnl m-
trioiiM i-or.'rllni'or to tlm pr-n .t;-
thI yt-arn l.itt-p o;k nri a'tlv In-
t r-Ht in politicH and fi mif r
lltor of a political n-KpHpT hl'li
RULER OF MONTENEGRINS
WHO ARE WARRING TURKS
J. W. KEAROY
CIVIL ANO CRIMINAL MACTICf
itoo.M s. i:ki.i; itf.iK..
8MM'lal display of liaml-.inlN
Oilna Novf-lllce in lira. craft
Matrr Color lirMuiNx l 'nnl.
TIIIIIHHAV Fltlli.W AMI
D. & N. Market
Keeps the Urgttal ani Krai
supply of fresh meats tKat
can he found in the city.
We make special low prices
to all Bonrding Mouses and
Hotels. We aUo retail ut
ihc lowest prices a we do
our own work and have no
Quick delivery to any
pait of the city.
idvocati-d the cl.-ctlon of ll.-nry Chv
for th pr-alil ncy Although h waa
utiKUi esaf ul In hi (ainalxn h"
-.irn'-d th reputation anil Influence
of a political lBdr hut In fhrff
Vars more In- Ii.-'.iok- poHM.-Hsi-d of no
tn in h r-ln-MoiiH . ul tfnit h- il.-i.-nnlii-c
to ti'.-i ili.- ir. j n 1m r . and h'
a a- l.. ii. il 'n ir-:r h In Ik;:.'!.
h . l.tnr of tht- il.K.'rwr" a r-
l:'l''.a I ! "T P''!'l -wln-d In St Louie.
Jn'. hi Ml. Ink iii'ihi anl.-lil advo-
if a'. i. 'inn I ' for Ioi.k h"
i.iuiii.- co miI. lit In hi apit.v
i:.n that a I'-ti.-r wan Hltrti'-d ly hoiiw
t tin. iiiiikI r. hiif l il iHI.-iih of St
l.o-i.H wlil'h r'-'l'i'-i't.-d lil in t Miod.-r-at
id.- tut.- of I. la i-iltiiial utK-r-arir.-d
i ith r a t l to Kliiw ry
low jov r.-ll"-d t' tlila l.-tl.-r in a
!.it tin -in lii Mh pap.-r hlih 1 1 1 not
t. r . I tu roiirlllat. IiIh op.in-ntit Af
thU li- tlir-i'-tn-d with lo-
I. -tin- no il.'ti-rinliif'll) Hint Ik- il" M'd
in r.inin.- from N I.011U and In
s.: h" 1 a in" to Alton which wiih to
! 1 1. ri" of It i m il'-nth
Th.- ntliiH of Alton t linuitc-iM'd
linn Altlimit rrsult. and tln-n mol.M
I. k't.in-il hla nr.-HH Aa oft-n na
t.-v wr.-.k.-d It h rM'la. It. until
'lii.f nr.-KHt-a had ln n d.'Htroycd and
fourth oiik vsn rd.-r-d The nlKht
if'.-r It mm r.-i-i'lvcil a 1110I1 Btlaikt'd
Hi.- ImlldliiK l.ovclov van tluT" with
sni.. iii.-iiUh ami 111 in.- ih:iii 1
filli.w.-. !.!. of tin- atta.kltiK patty
wh kill.-d W h'-n tin- 1110I1 un.l.'r
took to fin- tin- litiitdin l.ov.-lov m
un.' of t h no voluntctTH to inak.- a
-ortlo Aa nonn aa he K"t oiiIhIiIh h'
win HMf.tl lei with n Htorm of hull.''
iilnl fell (It'll il
Tl'e tragic death of l.mejoy rr-it.-d
a profound iuifirrHhlon through
out the country and an ouMmist of
ond'nination from the prena Al a
in ti Una- held In ranV'Ull '!"'.
end.'ll I'hlllipR mttde I liin
illc ml lrf It was a si
that liiiuieiliatelv mad. I'hillip.i fi-
a.i'l fro-M that treat m-i-t.iiK
hU ireiiieiol.iUH orntorl' "I ef-
' Ol I.IA Mil I.V
ifililT ?! ' ' NftTrONAL CONGRESS
STAY ON YOUR FEET AND
LIVEN UP YOUR LIVER
v a. . . U i .. m 1 frmi ' 1 la.
.... . i-l.. ii'ifi.r without ruair ctloD of ntwt or
Horn for the la laAe
win't l.ier Tone and hwe m
If an attack of . onatlpafion or til-1
loimnt-fH hit ou. there's no n-d to
1. v.. a it... it 1 ih tn ! atwl arienil at
eaht ! iv eeitinz over th effects of ; al eiiarante-
Mn.it everv ilrujiuirt In town
the hwr "f I'udaons Liver
and it Jd ran teen it to take th
tatipatlon or sour stomach or otker
tial ko aions uu uif
IIIVI " 1 V M W H b " " "
diet. You don't leave orr any or int
things you regularly do when yo
tak Dodson's Liver Tone.
You dni(t;:lflt s. lis DoJson's Liver
Ton" i.nd k-lv.s It hla atrona; ptrsoa-
A l.ir hottle of Pod-
min i l.lver I one -ii ior iv ceui.
and the ilriii.'ittl ho tv.akea the sal
will hand any person hack his fifty
hottle and doesn't
1. 'it If ho tnea a
Iver without any had aftereffects i a that it does all that calomel evw
liO'lHon'a Liver Tone do.-a all t!i"doi-a and ilois It pleasantly
.1.01 that calomel ev.-r did. et it !sU''HJi
if ealomcl und to start a lay !
ImdHoti's Liver Tone and If
laf r.llomel ever OHI 't'l 11 :i;f' iian'r ""i"""
1 . 1. n-iW It vnli
muit..!y liarmleKR tu yOUlU people JOU are not jji. an.u -mi .i vu
1 . . 1 1 . .. - 1 ..iu.i 1 111 r n- 'rnv li'lrLr from VOIlr u TUZ
'l:U HI': It 1-1 'I'll lll 1. Idn nils
le'atii.. iild that will r Hen- con-1
your n. jfiev hack from your druzsut.
. Advert larmrntl
We have opened a new and up-to-date Grocery Store
at 3 1 0 Buchanan Street. We handle a full line of
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
17 lbs. Suar $1.00
48-lb sack Amarillo Best Flour $1.35
All other groceries at the very best prices.
Give us a trial; we will guarantee satisfaction.
NAYFA & COMPANY
QUICK DELIVERY PHONE 1395
EIBHTY TEMS OLD OF FARMERS OPENED
eu Milt I 'Hill
I 'I! - lollowttiE kmI' for injuii. tmn
'a f led yenterd.iv with M II. Ilar-
':ti. ilelk of the I'oM.V H.'V.lith I t H -
ti. t r.. -it IkIiu .. ;ff m W I..
can get belt results at the big
new Stock Market at Oklaho-
ma City. Less freight less
shrink quicker service. Try us
STOCK YARDS CO.
14 HEINZ E"
goods as well as a full line
of staple groceries.
We keep a full supply of
Vegetables in season.
Our two delivery wagons
are waiting to male deliv-
404 West Eleventh Street
u 1 hilt I he l'.sle Mil) hnou
there has .-en soiue hnrd
'IiKu-r ..nd ' oliiei lilliK th"- hiikerlt'H
f tnarillo Mh I iluii I't li'HH Home ieo
le llll' k it U true We IIHVe I II
it- lined of i ilttitiK down the HlZo of
I.- 1ii.i.h of ItimiI Now that im a
Mistake t nr.- alltij; 4 heavier
nif of l.re.i'l than has I'ecn tn.il.'
in Me tor tlie pant t.n enrH We are
maki!i; hread under I't-tter sanitary
on lltn.iiH than it -cr was hefuriv
V. . hate had to wutk under sr. -at
! fflf'lltl.'H hat i.ir tn unite and do
jour l.akltic all at tin- Maine time and
I'.vltin f t!i:M fait ki.hu tiiii.'H 'ir
1 imiiIh hate imi h.i'ii im nif.' an w.
ati' tiiein and int.-nd that they ithali
I we are still dohij minio liuprov
I u i:.d u l i 11 we hate our plant com
li'-'e we Will hate ulie of the liire.'flt
rid ttm-t uii to date haki-riea In Tet
an And w. will run nn open slm;
re.ulv fur limpet-! urn at any llni
Xf.d will he glad to have you call and
j -t i- that the oreiid oii hiiy Is tna l.-
jit; :i i Nan and sanitary wuy. No
we nr.- not hire to rob the H'ltdl'
j'l;' to site them the hint goods we
! ..ti make at the lowvst possK'le price
j'hit H.ty can he produced and by
'h iTinr all th haklnc done In one
shop ran thonhy rrd ice the cost
of production which enables us to en
large the size of the loaf of hread
land It prove on the jnality. We are
Amarillo people fire Amarillo peo-
:ie eti'pli.ymrnt use Amarillo pro-
jdure and ar helping to build up
I Vmariiio. are for rreater Ama-
! rtllo are yon?
are huildinic up and not knock-
ng e-n any one We are getting In
hape to rlre the people better goods
rf-f nrTlr and a better price than
he- hae he-a getting heretofore.
Thatk!ng our customers for past
pa'ronate and holding no Ill-foeling
toward tho who did not patronise
e rrmslji yours truly.
KOI.I.AER t PAKEK.
Ith.ua. V Nov 7 Anlrew Ij : '"" 0'l'as l.a Nov 7. Hun-
While firt pi.-sid. i.t of Cornell l'ii. ''r "f '""l'r' "hU" f-irmers. repre-'
it. ' '"'' ' more t.'ian half tho sfateg of
v 1 1-1 1 v atid foiiii-r :im!.4KS.'idor to
'lie I linl iis.einMed in this city tO-
;.-rav. attained el!-..th ..); .k. part a the fh.rty-s.ron I
t.elat and .ih ttie it -ipin-n. of a .ni'ial in.- tinir of the Karmerg' Na-i
fl I of uniti at'ilalioiiH from the '""ill foiirr.. tj organizatlori
ti i-n'.'. d. f... ul'y and xtiid.-riiii of Tor ' a'rtlM :'!' '" tve membership of mor.
i . ll apd otli'T fro iidM thriMighout i he f:ii puts. At the pros-
e.iiiturv In-. Whit- tH born in "l on'n'ioii. which will aRt four'
Coitl.nid t'.rint). this stall- in I.t.'::. '''''V". numerous iigt h-ulturai experts!
1!.- irrr ihiat. d frotn Yale in U'.'l and '' " f.it.it :.ii -.till deliver al '
tp. nt the ii.-xt three years in K iro -( !"''" !'."ad improtementH. inHtn.!
tieau travel n IV'7 he he ume pro- ! v "'t.i.ih the pun ch post the re-!
ft-HHor of hintory and KiiglNh lltera ef rn-tlon of immigration tho teaching 1
uie at the I'nivernlty of MP higan "' n''ri' ""' in the public r hools ;
This iionitlon he resigned In lG? on "'"' ":" r:s other siilije.fg of gen-
aifount or iii-neaitti and a year U- 'm aim iniiorian.-i' win he
member of thf New "hKed The offherg of the con-
At the expiration ol '"'"'s are Prenident. fleorge M.
:i:tliKer. WaH l llKton. II C- ur.
.fart . C.M.ige M. Klmhle. Port Iienos-!'
tilt. !l pllhltlull Willi!)
I Your Bank Should Be Your Friend I
ier be.-atne a
I)U term in the itt'tiale he wan elert
il T t rut president of Corm-ll I'ttiver-
he held until i"- H"d treasurer. W. I.. Amos
and adviser in all financial matters. This bank is not only
inclined but exceptionally well equipped to fulfill these
Banking by mail is one of the advantages offered by
this bank which is appreciated by numerous depositors liv-
ing in the country.
Small depositors receive every courtesy accorded to
The National Bank of Commerce
Its". During bis pn-sldi-ncy nt Cor-
nell Ins work was by no meats ion
fined to the unlvernity In !S7l he
wan n member of the I nlted Hates
CoiiiiiukhIoii on San iHimingo and
from IH7! to he was minister
to tlertnany. After his resignation
as head of Cornell he served sic-
ri'Hiteiy an minister to lluss'R mni LW
'MT of the eneziie an t ommlM' .T r
ambassador to Oormany TI1 TJi sVfind
tne American delegation to the pen
confernico at The Hagu. With his
edit. ational and diplomatic service
It White has combined much diplo
matic labor and is the author of many
vnliiuhle hi .'tilflr works.
We offer One Hundred Dollars He-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
We the undersigned bare known
Cheney for the last IB years.
and believe him perfectly honorable
In all business transactions and fi-
nancially able to carry out any ob-
ligations mnde by his firm.
NATIONAL HANK OF COMMERCE.
Hall a Calarrh Cure Is taken inter-
nally acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75
cenu per bottle. Sold by all Drug-
Kists. Take Hall s Family Pills for con-
H Hr tent Money to Loan on good
hiiHlncHs and residence property. As
TRAFALGAR RELIC IS SAVEC
DIVORCE IN VARIOUS LANDS
In lllridotitan either party for a
slight cause may leave the other and
In th olden times the Jews had
discretionary power of divorcing their
fihorres sre scarcely allowed In
Thibet inilrn with the consent of
both parties Remarriage Is forbid-d-n
In Coehln China the parties desir-
ing divorce break a pair of chopsticks
In the presence of wltnemten ni1 thm
thing Is done
If the wf of a Turkoman asks his
permlKston to go out and he says "go"
wl'hoiit sdling. come back again."
thev are divorced
In Siberia. If s man Is dissatisfied
with the mot trif'tng ai'ts of his wife
he tears a cap or veil from her fare
and th:it constitute! a divorce
In Slam th first wife mat he dl
torced hut n"f sold ai the others rrny
h. She may rlatm the frut ft. I'd
The other hrlone to the hiih.m.l
Among the Moors. If the wife do. s
not heopme the mother of a boy sf-.e
may h divorced with the consent of
the tribe and can marry again
In the A-ctlc region a man who j ..... a . . .
ants a divorce leave home In ar.ger " ' ' ' lh "arnti" at w v
.n rtne. ni n. ot.r a century the two
The wife takes the hint snd departs
We have in stock at all times a com-
plete line of Eastman Kodaks and Kodak
L. 0. Thompson & Co.
The Rexall Store.
402 POLK STREET. MAIL ORDERS FILLED.
AUTO OWNERS ATTENTION !
We have opened a first cias. Automobile Repair aad Machi'.e
?hop opposite Anarlllo Hctel. I will make lower l-los than
ever but after this date everything cah on the rpot I av ca'-b
and save money
Amarillo Auto & Supply Comp y
T. M. HAND Proprietor.
-1 'Tf- jr
inns' I IT thnf P ke Stroud f
he Taxl-ab ! dm t cost any more
CUPID MAKES QUEER TANGLE
Through the marriage of Harold
A. Ik. a son of Joseph Leek of Isllp.
L. I. with Miss Ida Smith daughter
of Etbert Z. Smith of U1!d. a Queer
mtiup In relationships Tias come. The
bride's mother died yean ago and her
father married the daughter of Joseph
Leek father of the present bridegroom.
As a result of the recent wedding
the bridegroom's father In-law u m.
brothrr-tn law; the bride's father In
law is her own father's father in law.
the bridegroom Is sten-ancle of m
bride who therefore becomes hsr own
I usband i strp-nlece. the bride's step
mother is her slsterlnlaw. and he-
own fa'her Is her brother In law. anil
r.r.allt the bride's fa'her lt-li h. r
-u su p jra-.:i.tr
aeckt d line o! oattii hhip Implacable
one of the trophies which Nelson w a
for the IirltlHh navy has been mow d
to Falmouth where he Is to be pre
served as a national monument. Tht
Implacable was orlg'nally the French
battleship. Itiguiy Trouin She t
captured by the Mrttlith In the wars
of over a century ago recaptured b
the French and again surrendered
to the lirltlsh at the battle of Traf
algar Renamed the Implacable she
waa for many years employed at De-
vonport as a training ship for boys.
In 1908 the admiralty put her In the
sale list but before the sale she waa
withdrawn to prr her. She has
been restored at Devonport as nearly
as possible to h original state.
To Loan on good City
Property at 8 per cent
Askew a Slaughter
Members of the Modern Rrother-
hood of America are urgently requesJ
eil to attend the meeting of the
o iffe st Odd Fellowg Hall Thursday '
tilihf. Nov. 7. II. II. Martin. Tres !
V L PONDER S
The typewriter renate w.n
riter ribbons ad tine mark).. -k
UOnt Snd MIWP nm.l
In S'ock Bf Ponder. Ftflt Son Phole l"f.
Local Inspecfor for the llormng) Msrliine r.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Greer, Hilton R. Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1912, newspaper, November 8, 1912; Amarillo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth297894/m1/2/: accessed May 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .