Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, December 5, 1913 Page: 5 of 8
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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS FRIDAY DECEMBER 5 1913.
I I'.ut win ii t rat)lf mil r.uitm
1 believe In Im-itik hiiipy
1 believe In Umiik pond
I bellve in lining busy.
I believe. In huwlrr wood.
1 believe In belli Kdtrt iit
I believe In being lair.
Hut ! don't believe In Iiuu'IiIiir
When 1 really oiiplit t eare.
1 believe In liciliE elieerfill.
1 believe in Iflim brave;
Hut when Httrn-fand djty rail.
I believe in lifliiR brave.
I don't believe In wliin.ni;
When misfortune coiiii-H in y way-
Hut 1 do belie e in tiKlitfl'j;
Very RMir.ly vvuu t t-mav .
1 believe n smiles iiml laughter
1 believe In uniU- vvaj:;
I believe In !r;iU:i!n ni rry
When I invf my im rry dnys
Hut when oli!-1 ;i ! Iii-si't inn
And the clouds rilin.c hi urny
I do tioi i.hovt in thinkiiiK
I urn laujrli them nil aw av.
1 In lit'M' th.it worrv's usiless
1 IhIIi'vc that frowiw art worse
I lii lii vi' that it Is iillf
l"r u man to rail and i nrsc
I believe In 'buiklliiR" In
Willi the MreliKtli the Lord has giv-
on. I'uttlr.n ii a flKlit to win.
iwtriot tree Vrs
Willi Mitts Louise
1'. ;. I'luli nioyed
afti-r thf nrolniipril
.MoliliiliK the J
a vi-rv pleasant
rainy spell it
Wants to Be
Any of these would
be acceptable and
THOMAS Hardware Company
IKMI T)ler St. Aiimi-ill" lra
A modern Im ir k lmit !.nK. es
1 4i Lilly rinpi-d for tli" ear
of cj iiwoioKirul and Mirploal
rases I'iit:.o1";;i-ivl mi! Xray
biieraiory. tiratlu.itu iiur-ws
Ir.. MMI'KIN t THOMW.
'li)"jriiini nnd Surjjetnut
Mis. X. H- Tudor Matron
Telephone No. 18
seemed us If every one whs ulad t
b out. fr a record attendance wn
pri'wnt. The program nn rendered
in full nnd after an Interesting nnd
en joyabln lfKon tin- hostess nerved
her guests with thli'ken tt.ilnd on let-
tuce leaves and Rarnlsheil with rt.iii'
of ninytiiui potato (hips cheese
wafers olives hot tn mid wuf'r.
With thr merrv pattrr of rain-
iliops oil the window panes k- 'ping
time with the dinners. the Piitriiiiui
Cluli. thouRht to l' t int-t . came
back sotto-vi here In the vapors toon
on now life and turned out enii.:ist
to one it the most enjoable. Infer
in al dances of the season. The rial
lias been widely known lor its plea'
ant little dancen. and the one Wed
nesday evenlik' was doubly pleaa.iDi
because of tbr lone Interval 'daps'iiK
bet'v een the last 'one. The i!aii'
was im n in the W. . W. n.iM. wild
.ti'wc's orclu-sir.i in att inlance. and
fnm !4 to I o' lock the music of lain-
druiis anil the a'i4T of Ibe d.'itn-er-i
ii f r rit t t c 1 ' i In one io4nis train
The i hai'i'i-oiii wrre I f. and Mrs. I!
('. I.ewis. Mr and Mrs ( lle Molly
Mls-4'S Mai 14' Hiilffinl. ( "oiiii-l l(o
oii"mor Kitlih mill Nannie ('ni
I. ilia l.oviiil'-s. drai'i' 1 intc . T.lli'
KinkUa. l.aura Ma M. A Ipine. (ins
si- SawiK". Kaiheripe Milliki-n and
lu-r guest Mifs Khiiii'li.irt of Mallns
j Fannie Mai- Hucki-r. Mul ih Knott oi
I ballaa Kdmi I'l-ndbl in. of holt
WCith. nnd Messrs .1 'Ir llwm'r
Howard inabl" Karl Kfin. II. Mil'--
phy. Kdw-ard Smilh. 1! S:ire. i;a
j niond H'-dford Louis Kir-cb. Ink.
i nnd lk' KraiitiiK. .latin's Little.
liii liardson Condon and M'M..bon.
! The Thuisday Five hnnmcd Clul
! 1:1:1 nt first aiuiMumed to i.hmm with
! lr. ('. 1-:. Fi'Mies but an nemtnt 4.
I Mrs. C. K. Forbes but on ncco'ii.t o
have tit' i'luli iiH-et with .ir!. ('. r'
Fov Insliad. ber home beilit iimi-i
of nci-ess to all of the mi'inlM'rs. Mr
Ft hn wiin the reputation ii bi i;ib
a most 1 harming and hospitable lnm
ti-ss duriiiK ber stnv in Atiiinillo am
the yjtrrtaiinnetit r the ilu; ir -in-bers
and Knests yesterday nft4Tn"i.n
but htreiiK'bin''il Hi" opinion 4i(
Ihoye pre -ent Haul if u I ami olah r
ati' ii'C4)rat Ion always mark ber fes-
tiiti4.s ami v.-terdi.y an abuinlanii
of laveinler w liiti' and ydlow i hrys
aMh iiiiinis b'lit an air of elieT.v !
Kino- to tli4 r.4us'kl. Ibe RaliM's
were unusually delight fill and at the
(lose of repeated rouii l. ste.-niill
but rlioi obite and assorleil raki s
were 1 harii.lntlv servtsl. Tims'
present included MeMlani'S F. II
Hi' In. II (' l'iikin. av.d b-r bi t
li. Ii.iilv. I Klliott. I. O Wilson
II A Tail. A L. Iiailv. M I'. Cannd"
I'.olton. I K. Itrjant T. J roiisblin -F.
Folbe;. A S. l-tiniiett i:
Tide.i an. F S New bold. F. Wolflin.
.V Mi'KnUlit. Ford I'.i 'indeiiburi: I.
IV S'liiiimti'. and .1 N l"r"eiiinn.
TIT4.- lovrlv ' 'ill i-'riit.( wire
brought to a ('.- Weilii' 4iav nf'er
noon at tli'- nie of Mr.-. .1 I Sok-
will. I Hn V-i;i l'.ill"l: S:i4-et. w lit li
M'-s. Soekwtll and l.er dauK'iter.
Mi-.. V II Milieu ei.c rt;.i!i'-d 1:1
bailor of tb.e.r S-i-st. Mr- Klird
II : all. of J'ortlaad. r-. Lmely
Iloral (! (iral nun lei-.t a cbn.-tn ot
fraKinio" and ro'or that was dulv
npp-ei-iiivd b tlie larKe Catherine
at each 4if Ibe event. and tbnilh it
seennd a- If tin- t.ii'iv seavnn w a.; on
l'i earrr'sl. 1 1 - le.isure ill store was
too r4. 4t to be tiiiss'-d. and at the
appointed lnoir (or Ho ..a'nes to b'--i;ii
.ipi- -oiild tl e jfiic-ts hnrrv
!i.. to t!. S'-kwe I. oine Iroin f-verv
diti i tioii. At Hi" bridge par'.
Grand Opera House
ONE NIGHT MONDAY DEC. 8
Just Pure Fun That's Ail. The Screaming
BY AUGUSTIN MAC HUGH
A web of myitffy and laughter. A Uugh romance of quick-
fire action with plenty of uipetue. One year in New York
even morthi in CliKa;o.
PRICES $1.50 $1.00 75c 50c 25c
SEATS ON SALE SATURDAY MORNING AT AMAR.
ILLO DRUG STORE
Coming December 12 and 13 Albert Taylor.
Yeduiday afternoon the game-
dosed in favor of Mrs S. K. New-
bold who received a beautiful bridge
set aa a reward. To Mrs V.ichn
was awarded the ronsolaliou. a net
of Congress cards and to Mrs. Heall.
us honor puest. was presented 11
lovely silk auto cap. There were
about thirty guests at each of the
affairs. At the close of the gatni'i'
covers were laid fur an enlovuble
The home of Mrs. A F. Ilright.
1 SOT Lincoln Street was the scene
of rather ui unusual event in the
life of the Amarillo ib-bgal ion ot
tllH I'ilKrllll Wotkefs t" I'otlKre-
gntbinal church. The n t in-sj
opened In the usual oriier wiin
Mis. Wilson as leader and alter the
general routine was ter the time
was given over to Mrs. Murlbert of
Frloiia. who li.vt just returned from
tli4 National Council of t'oiigP ra
tional Churched recently held In
Kansas City the first ruuncil to no et
fo far west in the annals 01 tnc 1 on-
eregntionnl church Mrs. Ilurlbert's
lli nurse was one of profound inter
est to all pn-s'iit. as It .leall wl'li
many ini )i rt .1 nt and interesting
matters dear to the hearts of the
I'llnrim Workers. Among other no
table apcakcrs that Mrs. ilurlbert
had t lit honor of heariim v as Mlsi
F.llen Stone and she held her listen
ers in rat attention as t.ne u-.wmi
I topii s discussed 'it tl4" (ollliiil
Tin meeting una tlii.rotiKbly enjov-
iible 11 I'd those who Were pr vented
1 1 "in attending by the Inch inent
xiatb'-r have inissi-d a rare uppor
iiiultv to vi a very cb'ar idea ot
.he privilege 4if the 'Otlllill. besldoh
that of lU'etlllg Mis luirllii-ll w lio
1 harmed a'l by her p'tiial rsona'i-
t. At th- 1 lose of the addrei-s the
g;ii"-ts eujoveil a pei'nii.il visit with
Mis. ilurlbert t IiohI4.ss serving
dainty refreshiucnt.-i during the mi-
1 ial hour
Mis. M F Smith will be ho-tiss
this afternoon for lio- I'al.ii.to Club
st -J.- boliie SU .lo'usoll lit reel.
I ruin : .1" to .". li" o'clock.
Mrs Flank Salter will iilTt:tiu the
Friday Five Hundred t In) this after
iioctl at l.ir holre l H's Van Huron
-treet at li ii-lm k.
The liieetiliK of the lb-11 ItelllH'lt
Missionary Society f tin Folk Street
Methodist Church announced to
meet Wednesday afternoon at the
1 buri ii. was postponed on account ot
tli'- weather. There Will lie a social
llieeling of the Society li'M H'-dlics-day
afternoon at the borne of Mrs
Howard U Non. M'.H. I'tdk Street
bexinnitig at : o'tloi k
TI.e I'ilirriiu Workers of the t'nn-
tregat loiial iliunh will ocn tloir
annual Chii-liiias baaar at the
tnarillo lirug Store Sat'itda and
among the attractive fi-atu.is will lit
a "real" .1; pno-se -x 1 1 i 1 t
Ml-s Kaberi'ie Milhk4ii has as lo r
iie-t .Miss Kiio'iiart ot alias
Mr and Mrs F C. Fo i-vpi-it tc
leaM- Ibis 4 veiling for Marysv il'i-. t
a ln-t Mr F4 has beef (illed tt b
illi.e's of his brother's wile. Mr and
Mrs. Fox vcic to lea t'lav for Kl
I'a-o. but I lie ine- sane ( u-i-d ibem
to i hhii.-e their plan nnd they will
plececd to Ohio at til" sri-'ti s' poss'
Mr. and Mr-. Karl Cobb h.iw
moved from 'J"J Kmk Flirhth str'n-t.
and artt iiha at J.o 11 1 at I Folk
Mr; (! H W hittle Is enlovilig Rl.
extended stav In falt'o'-nia
Mr and Mr C. .Mardi have 50111
to Lok!iey. Texas vOii re they will
make ilo-ir future bono-.
Mrs I' A V.'orb-v bn returned t-
b r i.i'" b near F.iinp.i. after an n-
Jovaole vs-t ta tb" cite
Itev and Mrs li F .L-nkltr and
dl'ltiitir .Nil-. 1'illk .lenkltls bav
ret itrtietl from an en In able i-it to
Halbih. flreenv ille ln'.ger:eli and
olio r Texas point .
Mrs 14-ff Mc'iee ard tm children
are m Co- ci'y rn.ii N"w Mcv io
an t are kihvI- ..I I'r T F M ;.
I.'."" lacbir vtreel a: 1 her sister
M s I.i 11 ' it! L.ikle. 'o Fii n e stre t
Latest r'iris from Mr and Mrs
.1 S l.l'tie. bo Wire l.Vi'il to Ilk
I.i!. or. a siiio.t in'- kit i b'- a' tl;
b. ( -i.ii- 4if tl-.' ir d.i' i i.ii r w bo I-
di.P -4.rr.ii l will. - iilMiid i v r.
rue in tlo. ef'.it t h t tsiri- is very
lt I ll.('..'e Itl li.'l i o . ! -on
ir W l I'attoti ri ' ir.-i.-.; .-st-i-day
tnnrtiinr frnei x i o where In-
xiMtiM with h.s ila.ub'er Itubv. ho
Is att'-n lu g l!.iv i' T ( olii-fe
j Vr. v H Kin-' I. .is returned
from a inotith v .sit li s.iu Ant'. mo
i and Fort Worth at wj.oh latur
place she vi-iti-d tl." .ir-i- Show
'd s Fiii. me Fi rn l e''T.i.ii hav-
ItiK re'eiit n-i ivtod Irorn a visit
wiUi ber usitr ist:n k now .jt
on t .e Ma h r on rai.- 1. t.ir a tew
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7 V': i
N V. W VI tit K. h-e.
to Ii4- an aclres--.'
inoiil bs ago I'a 11 a
"I'a I want
tend ' Ulily"
Alice several I
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You see l'i (ivl been a inaiiauer
of loti.is and pne f ikIiIii . tor
Hi .'1 II vears It is ill -.t Ills bit III ;.
for ' Hilly"' l'i ol Is a bnsin mail
above everylb n. eb s' . and a v.-t i
sacce- f 'I el. 1 1 is bii- li.e-- i' "I
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did tim want l.i i. ii rlilcr ! c
the htag" ;:i
continue. I 4 M
she W ou'd I -i - in
luUbt a- well . tl-.. Ill
conie lb d to . i.i. i i t
place in one o! ln l'
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tress m I. v ' IV "o
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they got tone ".' 1 1 b . '
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of inti-rest j. i-. ti . ' ' ;i
share lor i. 'i K ' " no i . i . .ii.
KK'TS w bo lie' is IVI;' ' ' "
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SAGE TEA KEEPS
YOUR HAIR DARK
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Ladies Attention !
For a few days only we arc duty authorized by the Johnson Palmolive Soap Co. to give you
absolutely free 3 cake of Palmolive Soap with each purchase of 50c Jar of Palmoliv
Cream. Only one to each customer.
Randal Drug Co.
Holiday Shopping Is
16 days until Christmas Day! You want to get busy and start your
shopping as you know that at the present time you can get a much
better selection of goods than you will later on when the rush for
goods of all kinds will start. It makes your shopping more pleasant.
It is true that we have had such weather that it has been impossible
to get down town but you want to lake the first opportunity that
you have to come down and get the goods that you need and if you
are not ouite ready to take the goods with you pay a nominal sum
and we will gladly keep the goods for you until you are ready to
take thsra and then you will be sure to get what you wanted.
41 4 it - -i'i .....'... - - till)
SILK HOSE FOIl LADIES
Gentlemen we have every kind of Silk
llotc that ladies wear and there is nothing
that a Indy appreciates more than a box
(3 pairs) of Silk Hose and thr prices range
from 50 cents a pair to $1.75 fur the Glove
Silk Hose and you can k" them in black
white tan or light colors just as yru want
them; and if you like we will give you
three different color to a box.
LADIES SILK GARTERS
list yrar we did not have enough of these
and we have prepared this time ta tke care
of that part of it. We have them prettier
lhan rver in pink light blue lavender red
yellow and other fancy shades. They arc
very attractive and will make an appropri-
ate Chrirtmas prevent and the cost is
Yesterdsy we received some beautiful Ki-
monai and we sell thi m at a price that ev-
erybody ran afford to pay. Wc have them
in pink lavender tan bro'An old rose
lieht blue and many other bef.cliful shades.
Thry are m.de of the very bnl quality of
silk ; some have lai e flowers and some
small flowers just the kind tin 'adies would
appreciate 'or a Christmas nift and they
test fnm to $9.9S
FURS Or ALL KINDS
.Maybe '.hat vour nife had her mind made
up to rr a "t of Furs. We received la'rly
the rrnrs' li.vt is shown in the I ur line and
you roul'l not tell this set c.f Furs from a
$150.00 set and the pri-e in oiiy $25.00.
No rne knows exaitly the vak'e of 1 urs
and after nu see this set you v ili easily be
emvinerd trial we are rivht. We only have
two sets and that is all we are going to
have of them.
QUEEN QUALITY SHOES
If vou want to give your wife a pair of
Shoes for a Christmas present. Queen Qual-
ity Shoes are the very best that you could
give hrr. The way to get them is to come
to us pay us the sum that you want to pay
for the Shots and we give you u receipt
Give this receipt to your wife and she will
be entitled to a pair of Shots. Should she
change her mind we will exchange the
amount for any other article that we have
in (he store. Is that FAIR?
FELT SUPPERS FOR LADIES $1.00
Why shot'ld vou pay $1.25 or $1.50 when
yru can get these slippers from us at $1.00 .
pr nair? They are hand-luried that is
the sol 's are very flexible and you can get
thm in black brown or grey in any size
from 2 1-2 to 8 and cost only $1.00 Pr.
LADIES GLOVES $1.53
1 hit ii n new line of gloves that we have
this season and everv customer that has
tx.C"ht a pair thi season says they are the
best gloves that we ever had. They are
made with one or two clasps; black white
or other colors; and wc have them in sizes
to 8 and thr sizes in plain numbers. They
are $1.50 Pr.
FRENCH KID GLOVES 1G BUTTON
Finest quality 16-llutton Gloves that are
weil maiie. You can depend on us that we
have the finest and best gloves for this
price that there is to be had in imported
Gloves; and thev cost vou no more than
domestic gloves. Black tan or white and
jny size that you want $3.50
HAND EMBROIDERED HANDKER-
CHIEFS I lj-vl!.rfrhi?fs that are sold in the finest re-
tail strrrs in the largest C'ties; finest quality
hand embroidered Indie handkerchiefs in
aSottt thirty different patterns and we have
a'so initial handkerchiefs in boxes contain-
ing Ihree handkerchiefs fcr $1.00 or you
can get the hand-embroidered work at 35
c:r.s or 3 for $1.00
WE SELL FOR
f mm -Sir a PTSt zTl ff
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Greer, Hilton R. Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, December 5, 1913, newspaper, December 5, 1913; Amarillo, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth298113/m1/5/: accessed April 29, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .