Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 208, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1913 Page: 6 of 8
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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS THURSDAY JULY 3 1913.
For July 4 and 5
(4 Four hundred pairs Net-
tleton Oxford Una run
mrtali and patent leathers
ell regularly from $6.00 to
J George P. Ide co!Un
regular fifteen cent teller
The Dozen $1.35
Sale July 4 up to 10 a. m.
The Dollar Shirt
-Tli More With m Coo-M-lewe."
E. D. GREEN Manager
BRYANT 6. HALL DIES
AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Bearing the signature of (Jovernor
Col.ultt an official pardon had been
received in Aniarlllu which assures
liberty for Twin Mitchell .entenced
b Jury verdict in the Cluude lilnlri'-t
Court to serve dim year In Jail for
alleged aKitault uon W. K. Hrown.
Tliin In fur mat Ion brought gratlfl
gratlflcation to friend of Mitchell
ho ha teen out on bond pending
appeal In the higher courts. Petition
for a pardon wan aent from Aniurillu
eeks ago. bearing signatures of sev-
eral hundred rltlemi.
Mitchell ii face payment of a
fine of $'.00 and rourt rosta asseas-
eil in connection with the Jail sentence.
) Try Dally New. want adi.
Itryant H. Hall. aired ;r. yean.
proprietor of H ill a Drug Xtore cor
ner fifth and Taylor died yesfer-
day after a proirated lllncsa of five
during hi residence of several
years in Amarlllo Mr. Hull on a
host of friend in business and ao tal
circles to whom his untimely passing
brlritrn profounde Morrow For
eeka putt hit (onditlon ha been
critical and for the pant week but
little hope ha been entertained for
I.! recovery. A a I ant resort a
surgical operation was performed.
hut thin proved unavailing. 1
special patho attache to the
death for the reason that Mr. Hall
ti to have been married " June 1 1
to Ml Kthel Conner of Itilrd. Tex.
The fiance was at the bedside of
the sufferer during hi liiMt lllne
leaving yesterday for her home.
Itelatlve who are already In the
city In response to twiil messages
are the parent Mr. and Mr. W. A.
Hall of Mile Texas and the fol
lowing brother and slstera: J. ('.
Hall. I.oraln. Tex.is; William A. Hall
Mile. Texas; Mr 'J II. Cool of Na-
raWxa N. M . and MIh lona Hall of
Mil Texas. Other brother who
will not be aide to attend the funer-
al are Fred ami Itolund Hall of I.o-
Funeral servbes will he conducted
thl mornlnx nt to o'clok at the
Flrt liaptist church by the pimlor
Itev. It. F. Jeiikln. and Interment
wll tuke place In l.latio cemetery un-
der Auspices of I'alo I Hi ro l.odge.
Knights of I'ythiax of wlilih the de-
cedent wa a member.
ON FOURTH EXPECTED WITH COUTH SUCCESS
FAIR flKE MEETS
DoInK hard work In a bent or
stooping poMltlon put a utile li In the
km k that I painful. If the muscles
have become Htraiiied you can't Ret
rid of It without help The vreat
peiict rating power of H M.l.A It li'.S
SNOW I.INIMKS'T wil np.e to
you moat strongly ut kuIi time be-
ratine It la the very thing you need.
I'rlce 2.'.c Mir and $1 per bottle.
Sold by I.. O. ThomiiHoii A Co. A'lv
l. . . Notice
There will be nn election of n er-
retary toiiivht to succeed Neighl'iir
Louis l.lnke resigned. A I Ko other
IniBliieM of Importance. A fiill iit-
teinlaiice Ih desired.
It now aeema certain that a lame
number of the hUHlncs house of
Aimrlllo will be cloned Friday July
i. a id that menhant and employe
will Join together In celebration of
the natal day of American Independ-
ence. A number of the dry good
and clothing establishment will re
main open to I'i o'( Iim k on the morn-
ing of the Fourth but the grocery
establishments. It wa stated lust
night will be cloned for the entire
F.very Indication and preparation
point to celebration of the feHtive
day on a liberal eale. The observ-
ance will be of the safe and sane
variety but will have plenty of gin-
gery feature make the day appeal-
ing and notable.
The management of fllenwood
Klectrlc I'ark ha outline) a day-long
series of entertainment wlibli will
'Umax at night with a strand display
of firework during the day ath-
letic event. Including baseball game
i gun shoot and a city lentil tourna-
ment will b pulled off. In addition
there will he riding contest muting
pictures a wrestling match and oth-
er feature of note.
The opening of the Monograms
new ball park with two fust game
will also occur on the Fourth iindj
other outside forma of entertainment
will lie provided. '
Advice from outside point lndl-1
ate that the rowd wbiih will be
here will make a new record for su h
an occasion. The attraction at
(lenvtood have been widely advertis-
ed over the dKirh't and with the low
rates holding for thr layK olfer.
ed by tin- railroad entering the illy
It Is ciecled that liiindredH per
haps thousands will be here from
neighboring towns in the Panhandle.
l or Cute Hums ami llriile
III every home there should be a
box of lluckleu's Arnica Salve ready
to apply in every case of burns cuts
wounds or scalds. .1. II. I'olntiro
lielvalle Texas It No. 2 writes
' llucklen' Arnica Halve saved my
little girl's cut foot. Nu one believ-
ed It could lie cured." The world's
best salve. (Inlv -"c. Itecotniiiend
I'd li) Aniarlllu drug Store. Adv.
Aggrelvely and vlgorouhly the
campaign for ntock uhacrlptiona In
the I'ahaiidle Htate lair annotation
wa coiitibued throughout all of yes-
terday and a on the preceding day
the committee met w.'h heartiest en-
couragement. The merchant In particular are
lining up strongly for the project all
asserting that nothing of more vital
worth ha been place. I before Un-
people of Amarlllo and the I'nnhuii-
dle for endorsement during recent
A. H. Stinnett il.alrman of the
Fair committee state last nuht that
the progress had been most gratify-
ing He expreed belief that the
work In Amarlllo woild be finished
by the middle of n-t week after
which organization of the Fair Asso-
ciation will he perfected and a
sweeping outside Hfo'k campaign will
be liiauxurated. It i planned that
a special cornmltte.. -hall vinlt all
the Interested point In thl terri-
tory making the trip overland.
Itevewed assuraix e have been re-
lelved which Indicate more strongly
than ever that all the panhandle Is
Interested vitally In the All Panhan-
dle Fair project and that citizens
throughout the dlstrl't most directly
affected may be depended upon to
take stock In liberal amount.
AT LAKE ARTHUR N. M.
New ha reached friend In Ama-I
rillo announcing the sudden death .
by drowning of young Ne.ieon White1
at Lake Arthur N. M. White hoe'
home is In Corslcana Texas was in i
Amarlllo hut little more than a week
ago a guest of C. I. and J. T. Creem
leaving here for a trip in New Mexico. ;
At Lake Arthur the young man
wa indulging in a shower hath un-
der one of the artesian wells which
abound in that section (ia. escap-
ing with the uprushlrig flow of water
overcame the bather who fell and
was drowned In but a few Inches of
The fatality occurred last Hundayl
afternoon. The body of White pass-
ed through Amarlllo Tuesday night
en route to Corslcana for Interment.
White was sixteen years wld and
was accompanied on the trip by Mis
Rose Nelson of Corslcana.
18 lbs Pure Cane Sugar
STAR CASH GROCERY
FOR TODAY ONLY.
Plenty of Fryers and Large Fat Hens for Your
4th of July Dinner.
Phone 434 506 West 9th
Mr. J. L. J. Culnn of Memphis
Ti'ini. I visiting her daughter Mrs.
John Currier 1 4 o 1 Van Ituren street.
The Texas wonder cure giuuey
and bladder troubles dissolve gruv-
el cures diabetes weak und luue
backs rheumatism ard all Irregu-
larities of the kidney and bladder
In both men and women. pgula'H
I l.in.l.l... )r.il.l.a In tilllrr.i. If not
sold by your druggist will be sent
hv mail on receipt of 11.00. (me
small bottle Is two month" treat-
ment and seldim fail to perfect a
cure heiwl lor testimonial irom
thte and other States. I)r. K. W.
Hall :"j:C Olive St. St. Louis Mo.
First lns $uu Piano
Call at HUH Monroe.
1 1 . Ml
The partcnniiip of hrs. Patten
CIhI has been dissolved by mutual
consent. Iir. Cist will be In rooms
::i and .'!' New Puipta bulldiui: with
dr. Mi Manns Wrather. Phone
31'.. It. I. Cist llnl-Ut
TD FIRST STATE BANK
At a meeting of th" board of di-
rector of the First State ll.mk yes-
terday morning c c. Chenoweth
was chosen for active vice president
of the institution.
For the past several years Mr.
Chenoweth has been connected with
the National (tank of Commerce in
the capacity of a-l"talit cashier
iiinl has won a dlst'nrtlve phce In
the banking circle of the city.
His connection vtlth the First
State Hank will materially strength-
en the already stroni' official fore of
that growing iiiHtltutiou.
No definite time for assumption
of his new duties has been set but
this will occur it Is stated at tho
earliest date possible.
Hrs. Lumpkin Thomas have
moved their office to the Lumpkin-
Thomas Hospital 6 Tyler street.
Phone m. rnT tf
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOU S.M.K A paving reitaurant
will sell cheap If i.old at once. Hood
location ull complete. For particu-
lar write HuVtoiikIi k .larrelt. Can-
yon Texas. I'OS-'.'t
FK SAI.K Wagon yard fixtures
coal grain and poultry hiislness. The
best proposition on the plains. Other
business reason for selling. J. C.
Frye. Tulla. texa. :'UH-4p
WANTFH Second ban. I riding cul-
tivator. Addles PostofHce llox 11 T.
FOIt HAI.K-At a bargain. 6 horse-
Do You Know Why?
That you alway find the newett dreu good and ready-to
wear in the west in our tore? Became we want your buii-
nc; we work night and day to get her the merchandise that
our customer want YOU ALL are our cuttomer; we fa
vor no one; we have the tystem that everyone takes advan
tage of; our CASH SYSTEM and therefore we cater to every
one who want to get their money' worth and we certainly
appreciate your buiines our effort thow that.
IjWe have received tome beautiful new premium; come
and get one; $25.00 and $50.00 worth of our duplicate
check gets one free of any cot our appreciation.
power Witte Casoliiie engine me-
chanically perfect. Address ll-J cure
News. 2 OS-Ill
MAKIN'i Ml INKY NOW The best
rooming and boarding house In Ann-
rllo nt half price
See Prlddy Land
(INK OF the ( holiest lots on Polk St.
at $tloi) under vulue. Priddy Land
Fm THE FOTOfl !!
Big Celebration Day and Night Glenwood Electric Park
Best Ball Game of the Season CLARENDON vs. INCANDESCENTS. Same teams will also play
Saturday. The Incandescents have not lost a game this season
Shooting Tournament by Amarillo Gun Club; Riding Contest. Moving Pictures. Tennis
Tournament Band Concert $500.00 Spectacular Display of Fireworks at night.
Merry-go-Round Crazy Dip Dancing and many other novel and interesting features too numerous to mention.
SoE GLENWOOD ELECTRIC PARK
Admission to Park 10c; Admission to Park and Dall Game 20c; Ladies Free to Dall Park
Special Low Fare; Round Trip Tickets Will be on Sale July 3 and 4 With Return Limit
Until July 7th. Ask the Railway Agent. A Great Many Merchants of Amarillo Will H ave Special Sales on Saturday July 5th. Ev-
ery Out-of-town Visitor Should Stay Over and Take Advantage of Their Sales.
BIG DOUBLE HEADER BALL GAME SUNDAY
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Greer, Hilton R. Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 208, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1913, newspaper, July 3, 1913; Amarillo, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth298055/m1/6/: accessed November 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .