Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 204, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 29, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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AMAR1LL0 DAILY NEWS
Owned and Published by
W. J. WILLIAMS
Corner Sixth and Tyler Street.
Butineu Office: 471 Editorial Roomi: 472
HILTON R. GREER Mnatinj Editor
Entered aa aecond-claH matter at the poit-1
ffica at Amarillo. Texaa under the act of March j
I. 1879. '
Only morning Newspaper in the Arnarillo
Country. Covert the Panhandle of 'I emu. Last-'
ern New Mexico Southern Colorado and Western
Oklahoma from twelve to twenty four houn in 1
advance of Denver Dallas Fort Worth. Oklahoma
City and other papers carrying telegraphic dit-
patchea. SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
The Daily Newa will be delivered Ly carrier
aaywhere in Amarillo or by mail outiide of if
alty for $5.00 a year or SOc a month in advance.
TOP O' Till". MORNING
And Mill we Wouldn't like to believe
Judge Speer is afraid of being wat. bed.
Thirty wets of twins born in lexas during
May. Storking along pretty well thank you.
Minority Mann evidently aspires to be 1 hissed
in history if at all as the greatest . ntn of the
If you failed to rut your weeds during the past
week. go to church today and ask forgiveness
The Lord dorsnt' love a slothful man
Professor "I aft is now said to be tomforlahly
anchored in bin new haven at New Haven All
right o long as he doesn't write for the press.
They are now an using President Wilson of
Using "tut. tut!" to express his feelings when ex
reined. We refuse to believe that he is lh.it kind
of a man.
Till: PAMIANDI I. PKI.s.
Ignorant e never has commanded the
tame respert as learning and blind t ham e
never will reap the same ri h rewards as in
telligent preparation Male County Herald
That utatement applies with equal for e lo
every line of modern industry. I he age 1 ties
aloud and insistently for ihe thoroughly equipped
The man who brings to his task as farmer mer-
chant lawyer judge leather uly builder or 11a
tion-governor special equipment won by earnest
Application will render worthier servn e and win
greater guerdons in this modern day
The three W's apply the same in t omm t
rial rlub work as the three K's do m pol.li.
school work. I bey mean we will work"
and it takes that for sin t ess. ( lublress In
In any business and tunning a so.rrs-.tul
commercial work is business h.ud. told driving
business. And the "we will work" idea will not
obtain with full forte unless factional difleren
res are laid on the shelf and Conceited l.lfort
takes the helm.
LINE L P I oi mi. me I Al!
Although the work of stoi k soln it.ition for
the Panhandle fair is yet in its initial stages thr
enthusiastic endorsement of the projet t. lo. ally
and from other nties of the Panhandle has l.een
su'h as to inspire the rhief promoters id this mi
portant enterprise to greater endeavor
The assuranre from citiens of Armstrong j
County yesterday afternoon was of a sort whu h j
could not be questioned and as this is the first'
outside noint visited by the soliriting committer.
L. L-.. .ir.nCTtkrnrd in belief that the task
llir niMhrii. v ct... . p
will be brought to surcessful consummation by the
close of the present week.
The Chamber of Commerce has lined up
strongly with the project and the thirteen loin-
:nittet have agreed to add their splendid ener
pies to that of those who have already taken the
bd in behalf of the Panhandle .Sate f air.
The importanre and value of nut h an enter-
prise has been too often and too strongly emptia
tutd to bear or need repetition t this time. Hut.
'Ihe Newt here and now reitetatet belief that the
citirensKip of Amarillo should rally in support of
the movement to a man and to the limit of indi-
Be ready Monday when the committeemen
call upon you The time it thort in whic h the re
quisite ttoe k may be raised organization perfect
td and plan set in motion for the first big fairj
Amarillo need this lair. I he entire Pan-
handle needs it. and in ready to endorse it in most
Ixt'a all together on the project. It means
more to thin ection tfin any other onr projett
now before the people. Line up.
UKOOK.S I AV'OK.S AMI.NDMI.N I .
President S. I. Meen of the University of
Texas has made public a letter from Dr. .S. I.
Brooks of W.ico president of IJ.iylor University
which has a dired bearing upon Sections 4') and
"i2 of rtle ? f.f the state r onst it ut ion. to be vot
ed Upon in the state elet tion to be held on July
lf I he text of (lie letter is as follows:
""I he more I think of it the more I see how
dosely connected iire the fortes that make for the
uplift of siniety wliether by the church or state
Ih'-re is no competition in culture nor in the hist
analysis of those institutions tb.it m.ike for it. I n b
is .1 spur to the other I 're eminently has this been
true in institutions of higher learning in lexas.
I bitty ye;.rs ago the institution of higher learning
founded by deiifimin.itions of Christians were run
rung on .1 (lead leved I he University of Jexas
w is born for servii e. I.very reputalile private in
shtution caught the spirit ami began to improve
its standards Later the university itself saw that
it w.is neiessaiv to go forward or be surpassed in
tertaui pla.es by the same fortes that hal bit its H
own impulse I his the law of friendly emulation I
has ( onliliued
and will so 1 online to thr goo.
'Diirmi' tins vour l.istori' Ve.ir. I hone there
may be passed by the voteis of lexas the amend
Mient to the ohstitution making possible the'
building of thr university the A c M ' ollege
and the other stale higher nisi itutions up to a stall
daril demanded by the natural growth of lexas
"'I he issuance of bonds vmII give immediate re-
lief ajid distribute the payment thereof to those
vho m the future as well as ill the present Will lie
the benefu lalies It does not disi intimate nor play
one institution off against the other I he A. cV M
oeKr will rightly parturiate in lis benefits l ike
wise the normals and the ( ollege of Industrial Arts.
It is not to the 1 redit of the stale that the
insane are not properly and promptly tared for. It
shame that so many of the buildings now or
It I I t
f llpietl l.y
I I y the deal ali'l flimili. Ilie Mind and the
ire traps built of (heap t olist t u tlotl.
I his amendment makes possible their permanent
enlargement and improvement.
"Please express to your colleagues my hope
that the voters of lexas will give the amendment
as latge a majority as the two houses of the legis
latute did in its submission "
A KI.MAKKAMI.I. MM nVI.KY
What are ieiogmei by experts as rums ol the
original lower of Mabel are repotted to have been
distovrretl retently 111 the neighborhood of mod
ft 11 Magdad. in the territory of ati lent Mrsop.it. 1
una. Ihe at t. Hint of this "find." vith a wealth of
other an hart. logi.al fails freshly brought lo light
has been laid before the I 'rem h A' 'ademv of In
si upturns by the Abbe I lent I dr on. .till 1 .1. . lb-
was srnt out to exmmlie the rxi a atnui-i now mak
Mabvlom.i ' luefU l.y ( etin.'ii s. imtists inter
rslrd in ime.ulhini; the
tut morial'i ol
Assviiaii I .mpitc. j
I hrse ex. avations have been rmili. lly mi. . ess i
lul Mv digging down through the a. iimul ile.l ;
dust t.f i ivihalions built over the rums of this m
cirnl people at forty fert l.. ov the sulfa e lew I
the explorers have umovrn-d a me tompatabb-
only to the sensational tlisioveiy t.f I'olipeii andj
I er ulaneum Assur. one of the earliest taplla!)
of Assyrian king with lis m-ssie gateways ton
es to upsel all our previous notions .on. rmm :
the warrior folk who tlwelt !' Hie t uphlaies
It is matte clear lh it the extensive hbr.uirs
: with textbooks on mathematics natural hl-t..r
land geography besides an abuntlaiv r of 'tab
rs" filled with poetry port.r lege.!- ant m
th..l..gn al lore. Ihe smaller finds . ..nsit ...
.mv po'tery. images ornaments p-welry and
Mnr .1-ments 1 hey aie the est.i-es t.f a
! n.ilmn i.oonlolls. inoild. inventive and
I . .
sh.es statues and Vases stone ...Teit lions ami
bulls have survided 4 U(ll) years ..f human his
Mill the public interest will be h.ftlv stimuli j
ted by the effect of this discovery in relation to 1
well kl-own Mibhcal events and stories. It will i
he virtually adding chapters to the Look t.f (jen
esis Ihe lower of Mabel is inscribed. Ihe 1 rm '
pie of the foundation of Heaven ami l.arth '
1 here is a lor of the Deluge on a tablet with
many parallels to the Hebrew ers..n I mm the
hke soup e we le.trn that the family of Jacob con
duMed a brokerage business in Habvlonia
perhaps the most striking fa. t brought to light is
the resemblance in plan and structure of th
f.'agil Temple of Babylon to the I bd rew Tempi
built at Jerusalem after the captivity Philadel
m if jjj
Walking Beam Pumper
Made in 2 nd Horsepower Sizei
This will save
Write wire or phone us and immediate shipments will be made
Your dealer can get them at once for you
FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES ARE THE OLD RELIABLE AND EACH ONE
WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR ORDERS
JWhen money is scarce and you need furniture and other
household goods to make your family comfortable just let us help
you out with our easy payment plan.
Largest Furniture Stock in the Panhandle
want to buy $1000.00 worth of good second-hand
; furnittte and stoves.
to suitlyou. . .
Notice to Dealers and
For the convenience of our
We are now carrying a stock
you freight and time
8c Supply Co. Dallas Texas
( ' ;.
6l.i Polk Street
For You to Select From
COMING IN CONSTANTLY
Will pay spot cash or make exchanges
Phone 94 our buyer will call on you.
No 2 Eclipse Engine
Made in two sizes. Note
how Engine can be de-
tached from Jack
w Uhju f.s sir Ci
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