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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 15 November 1912

AMAMLLO DAILY NEWS VOL IV. NO. 11. AMARILLO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IIS OSEII FOR SNEED mill JUDGE ORDERS VENIRE MEN KEPT UNDER LOCK AND KEY. FARMERS RUSE PROTEST many nrri..i:r. tiif.v havf. II flPIYIOYS AMI P.KtJ n insri:i(T attoknky to i:.ctsi: tiikm Spcotl to Daily N Fort Worth, Texas. Nov. 14. Judge James W. Swayne this morning or dered the hundred and ten special veniremen summoned which to select the Sneed Jury, to bo kept under lock and key. The order raised a storm of pro test among the veniremen. tnoHt of whom are farmers. They are kept at the courthouso under a strong guard. Jitdae Swayne took this ac tion because several citi.ens had talked to prospective Jurors about the Sneed cnye. In making known his decision Judpe Swayif declared; "If by any chance any one marts to talk to you about the trial, knock him down nnd spit In hiH face. If you are arreted I will obtain your freedom. Two more Jurors were selected this morning, making five in all....

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 15 November 1912

PACE TWO AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912. GRANDMOTHERS USED SAGE TEA Tu hi:ki thi: iiiii; ami y.. WY. t.liAV AMI FAl'Kh V lllll'S VITI'I'A I. cci.oit. !i i. i .i-i' r tu rtt'-ri- the color of tr.e I .t.r Hun tu restore It. tilthough It u j ' .' !.; to do both, o ir rranJ mothers tno. tl.f n rr... fb ' nu'le i s.n'e tea." and their di-rk It I M.) I .ir hi." after mi. Ill" llf j at iJiii- (-I i; f a t Our L'i'tliTi hav pray hairs be,'r they are fifty, but they nre heslnnlng l A fipr eciat?1 'In l('H!i of our Trarn!on.tli-rc In unlnj "satrw f Tor their hair arid are f.m folio Inc au It. Tlx- present feneration h.n te tt1 vant ive of the pniit In thrt if rrn get a r-niv-f .-i:4 preparation '!''. eth's Sase and Sulphur Hair Item edv. As a nali tonic atnl color res torer tli! preparation la vastly in perlor ti the ordinary ' aape tea' wad by our grandmothers. The growth and lu a ily of the half depends on a healthy rondltton of th scalp. W'ycth's Fane and Ri Iphut Hair Item...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 15 November 1912

PACE THREE LTD COACH YOST SATISFIED WITH NEW RULES 250 Beaver Special Hats Regular Price S3. Your Choice for 98c. THE HUB E. D. GREEN, Manager. 510 POLK ST. Fastest Football of Season Promised Next Satur day Afternoon z- Methodists Plan Righteous Revenge on Gridiron Next Saturday , . I AMAR1LL0 DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912. HI SHO win 11 ; IEE1JJJ.I. I IE Next Saturday afternoon at the City Tark, loven of football will be treated to the ri al article when Ami rtllo High School play the Santa Fe Mailed. According to the comparative strength of the two claim, this game hould he the best of the season no tar. lllsh School hng not been de feated up to the present time, with the exception of the game early In tho season auainut Canyon Normal No HiEh School team has stood a charge ncalnst the local High School. Th'-ir opponents, the Mullein. have or.ly pNyed oil" game this season. It reinir n -::li;Kt Topekn Athl"!i Th Halletii were Irlorions, I'.t to It in prnenlly considered th...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 15 November 1912

AMARJLLO DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912 AMAR1LL0 DAILY HEWS Owned and Published by W. J. WILLIAMS, Corner Sixth and Tyler Street TELEPHONES. Business Office:.. 471 Editorial Rooms.. 401 HILTON R. GREER Managing Editor C nly morning Newspaper in the Amarillo Country. em NeU Mexico. Southern Colorado and Western Oklahoma from twelve to twenty-four hours in advance of Denver, Dallas, Fort Worth. Oklahoma City and other papers carrying telegraphic dis- paachep. i SUBSCRIPTION RATES. The Daily News will be delivered by carrier anywhere in Amarillo, or by mail outside of the city, for $5.00 a year, or 50c a month, in advance. Ehtered as second-class matter at the post office at Amarillo, Texas, under the act of March 3. 187$. TOP O' THE MORNING. Germany is rolling up her sleeves to out the oil octopus. Here's lurk to her. California packers have Announced a r.iiir in the current price of raisins. Stone 'em Put over that new charter deal, gentlemen, CONCENTRATION OF CROPS. o Col. M....

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 15 November 1912

AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912. PAGE FIVE -tv. . -v. IN FASHION'S REALM i i K.1 t.k. I . .. i i ii I I mam m flit nt 1 k KinkcaMl afflie Herbert E. KJnkead uul .Vi.: 1 la Hughes were united in ron-rince tt C : 30 jwaterday afternoon at the rosidenee of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Uiichc?. i:00 Wash ington street. In the presence of the Immediate family, including Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Buckingham and Mrs. Henry Doyce of Dalhart. Tho teautiiul rlnu ceremony was employed, 1tev. V. 1'. Jenntnes, pas lor tf tho First Christian church of ficiating. The brldo van becomlnply attired in a traveling .iit of blue seree, with hat, gloves and shoes to match. " FollowinK the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Kinkead repaired to the fc'anta Fc station, leaving at 6:30 on a hon eymoon trip to I.exlncton, Mo.,where the parenta of tho groom reside. The Journey will be extended to Kansas City and other points, i The wedding comes as a partial surprise to the many friends of the contra...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 15 November 1912

o PAGE SIX A.MARILLO DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912. The Handles juk Coffin Of thr nun v. ho tailed to wake tip ost $3.U) Which prove i that it ciyesn't pay not to wale up. RIG! IT NOW is the time to put in your best work. Effort exerted now will he worth Inn times the same amount of work later on. Get in he lead il possible. AND STAY THERE. Dont .tand hark on for mality and wait for your frirnci to provnt vote coupon to you on a silver platter. In the first plare, they may not know you lire in the race if you do not tell them. And in the second plare people like to help those who help themselves. Almost any lady would like to he the glad winner of a 1'iano, the name of which is a standard for merit and quality, and a magnificent instrument in tone and beauty. WIN ONE for yourself easily. The contest is being con ducted in a manner whi h satisfies us that every lady entered is being extended any fourtrste whih she may request from the Contest Department. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL TOM...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 15 November 1912

PAGE SEVEN SCOOP, tKe Cub Reporter. ' Leave it to Cyclone to Fight His Weight in Bull Dogs By "Hop." fJ NOOK MAM - POOv. CXCLONE.- ITS Too BAO-lLL iCE. THAT THE. PAPEW- G-wts win a mice. kTV ttONE - t COMMAND TO TAKE A 0TDAP4 Rooms I, I and I, Blvlna Bulli l'-actlce Llmlled tm DO(r-ItLHUW lyEUHtRAU TO ROM SACK TDM, rCCWC VMf , KIR. EAR, .NOSK AND THRO A I I I! Phone (U)A. AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912. I PROFESSIONAL CARDS h l a ; I 1 - IUIHI , r.Mii, y - 4 v "'j-" DR. M. B. IIAHRIH Oxicopnth anil burgeon DR. 11. K. FAR1S llinuoitli ami Surgeon ONE CENT A WORD FOR FIRST INSERTION HELP WANTED HATE One tent a. word firm tuser Hon, one-half tent a word each "" sequent Insertion. WANTEO Boy of good character, neat appearance and industrious t help around salesroom and shop. Apply to V. E. Groendycke, "The Ford Man," 1 10 V. Fifth Street. !-3c WANT E I Woman to do housework 1710 Buchanan. 9-oe WANT EI) Experienced telephone girl for out of town work. Amarillo Employment ...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 15 November 1912

i:: rACE EICHT AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912. I Tho tJght point cf woman' Lip-; Jdneta 1 ri-hl only through moth ' ;crbooJ, la the c;an.-ijr, of bur child Wltlda ber arm. Yt tie tnotbor-to-t U Often fearful cf feature ordeal ( Wd ahrlnka from the r ur?Tlnjr :nr. ! dent to IU eonaummatlon. Hut for j .nature' ;il and UU'-omfort nature j providea r"m'J!, and la Mother ! friend la to be found a medicine- tf j treat value to every expectant mother U U an emulsion for external 1 application, com:o.i d cf ingredient Which act with 'oeneflclal and cjoth fnf t-ffect on tho portion of tbi Ityatom Involved. It 1 In'eridi-d t ' rrepare the yst'-m for the crisis, and , ! tbui relieve, In treat a;t, tb! uff r. ; (ntT through Thl'h the mother uual.' lf I unc i, 4 uv i'-;iitar us ,iinum a I'rlcnd ulll frar ar.r mother In the comfort It afTf-rdi In f re, and tho bel; l ful restoration to L--a!:h and streriph It brinies about after bat,r comeu ' Mother' I": 1-r.d ; (a fjr tu'.t at. l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 16 November 1912

AMAMLLO DAILY NEWS VOL IV NO. 12. AMAR1LLO, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912. PRICE FIVE CENTS. n nine IIOPIE BULGARIANS PIERCE LINE OF FORTS REACHING BLACK SEA SIX TIIOI'SAM CASKS OF CHOI,. EIU IIAVK AITEAItHO IN CAPITAL WHICH MAY 1E TEU IXVAUKKS By Auocittol Pre. .London, Kugland, Nov. 1.1 daring and skilful flanking -Uy a move- ment under the personal direction of General Suvoff, the Bulgarian com mander in thief, the Bulgarians to day pierced the extreme northeast end of the Tchatulja line of forts and reached the vicinity of Klllos on the Black Sea, at the entrance to the Uosphorus and only a few miles from Constantinople. This dash of the .Bulgarians dem onstrates 1 hat Savoff Is not wholly depending on the frontal attack o:i Tchatalja. If a strong Bulgarian force is al ready at Klllos on the flauk of the TurkiHh army, the fate of Uo Otto man troops cannot remain long in doubt If the Bulgarians decide to en ter the capital. According to u special news dis patch Bulgaria and ...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 16 November 1912

PACE TWO AMARJLLO DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912. FORCEFUL WORDS BY NOTED PASTOR SILO IID WATER Miniolrr Ulm lluilt KtrM Church Ap Milini nt llou Trlli of I'LmiiI Juice. 7,, first Texas apart m-i.t house finii Hfi'l du" by a chunh la t ti) St Joint a apartment al Fort Worth, lit i ttroke of enterprise was ou ami executed by the, !. Paul I srighomt ami the. congregation of St Jolir. M K. Kvangecl church, owr which lm preside. Ht. Ianif hurst reside at 309 Texas tr-,l, Fort Worth, Texas, and In many re spects he la one of the moat noted clergymen of thu state. He laid: As a tonic or remedial agent In s'omaih disorders It give me pleas ure to praise your Plant Juice high ly. I have personally tested It and am aunt It la an article of great merit. It has proven of Kreat bene fit to me." The foregoing brief but pointed statement cannot fall to rarry much weight, amotiK the, thousands who suffer with stomach disorders and kindred troublia. Plant Juice. r fa'rs and revitalizes was...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 16 November 1912

X AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912. PACE THREE CAPTAIN MERCER. BATTLE TODAY Amarillo Highs Meet Santa Fe Mallets in City Park Princeton Thronged for the Great Gridiron Con test Today DIE FOOTBALL YALE AND TIGER RQOTEDS CAT Ei! (nod morning. re you tele l iionod yesterday? If rot, ;ou ero i.wsy from home, u your i!n was b'uy, for the Fed erated Mothers Hubs of the city were after you And for Rood ind diffident rea son. The Mothen Clubs are keenly IntereMi'd in the maintenance and hearty support of he fast football team of the Ukh Krhool. The I'res Ident of the Federation, Mrs. H. (J. Hail, expressed o(iuion yesterday af tenioon that u real football team Is Uk lif.t of nny school, contributing to the unbuilding of physical man tiMul, cli'un fighting prowess, an J inspiring an enthuslantic school splr It which of Itself tendg to greater de veiopnient. The purpose of the telephone cam paign was to Interest tho citizens of the city In the bisKest jjamo of the Benson, whic...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 16 November 1912

AGE TEN AMARILLO DAILY NEWS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912. AIILO DAILY NEWS HALF OF Oil!) CITIE5 OMiimt and Piiiiiie y W . J . W II.I.IA MS. Corner Sixth and Tyler Street, HinM itiniox nui. " The Daily News will h flfllvf re h earner any w hare In Amar'.llo, o by mill ouTM of the- ilty, fr-r t.VOQ a r, or . 0 c a month, in advance. Only Moraine Newspaper In ths Ama r'.llo Country. Covers the PaohandU of Texa., fcap'ern Negr Mexico. South ern Colorado am Western Oklahoma from twe-v. to twenty-four hours In adrct ;of Denver. Dalian, Fort Worth. Oklahoma City and other pa pers rarrjlnir telerraphlc dispatches. It IntTed at second-class matter at ths postofflce at Atnarlllo. Texas, under ths art of March 3. 1879. Vv FARMERS INSTITUTE IN AMABILLQ TODAY J W. .11. In harae (,f th in stitute wdrk of tin- i . ."tin'iit of Arrlrultuie, will iidrc tl,., f .. r n.r h and citizens of I'l.tt.f (Hi, niy HiIm afternoon mi matter o( vital work to tli" OXri illtiiral Interi ft of tll!n section. The li...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 16 November 1912

X AMAR1LL0 DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912. PAGE FIVE Ay. I It COUNCIL 10 CONSIDER If. i A COMMITTEE IS ACTIVE GRAND OPERA HOUSE Matinee and Evening WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20 NEW CHARTER QUESTION Sln the tletory for the constltu tional amendment, providing that Texas t 1 1 i of more than oooo Inhab itant uhall hav rlxht to choose or anirnl their respective harters by vote of the people, demand for a new and more liberal charter for Amaril lo Iihh increased. Th Chamber of romnicrce has already declared for It. and the City (ouucll ! give the suuje. t m rioiin consideration at the next meet ing Mayor ieo and other prevent ives are strongly In favor of a char ter which phall be ad:ir-ted to the needs of a modern and growing city and will consider copies of other iticn of the same size throughout the I'nited States. This will be done for tne purpose of adopting guh feature as may seem best Bulled to Amarillo, with the Incorporation of such other clau ses as may be demanded by local...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 16 November 1912

PACE SIX AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, 5ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912. KODAK We have in stock at all times a com plete line of Eastman Kodaks and Kodak Supplies. L. 0. Thompson & Co. The Rexall Store. 402 POLK STREET. MAIL ORDERS FILLED. Phones 27. 20, 29. Quick Delivery. 5") The Time Is wiw-- rv AT SI-h urawmg near When you will be ashamed of that old rusty carver with the loose handle. Try a set of LANDERS, FRARX & CLARK High Grade Carvers. $3.50 to $25.00 Ask (or our Booklet "THE ART OF CARVING. TRANSCONTINENTAL At Griffin's Market TODAY FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS Griffin Grocery Co. LINES OPEN FIBHT 1 Chicago, Nov. 13 - Trnf ontin-n-tal railroad between the Missouri ri ver and thi Pacific North ar preparing for what may beon.e tremendous struggle, the prit being the rich traffic whlrh passes over thu prairie between the Puget .Sound country and the cant Juil how long ith California lines can be kept out 'of the flgbt U problematical. I Railroad men bolieve the lines ser ving California ...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 16 November 1912

PACE SEVEN SCOOP, At Cub Reporter. The Female of the Species is More Deadly Than the Male By "Hop." 1 L'CfcO POlT(VjfcWMP I ViAi I 30 NOUWE.THfc WMlBAEJJ WiMfcCAUieUM iHEWiPAPCR DODfc. TWVT WOULD nifW iv UKKEO MY WEKtHT T0ES WE. CAutj (MfKtAUOAFBl. OUT OP MY l)HH. CHIME A KILLOCOI Rooms I, 2 and I, Blvlns BwUttcit practice Limited la ICY I. EAR. NOSK AN1 THRO At Phone (MMt. husband; WtlP WITH WAATBKr ro5oN BOtf-tomR' AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16,. 1912. Mill MS J? ' r J' . V .1 - AJIfftUH AiAX lilt. M. It. HAIIKIH Osteopath and Surgeon UK. It. S. FAKIS Homeopath anil Burgeon Chanslor Dulldlng vlCN.T.l.!i-T DR. H I'T II K It L A. N B Room 4, 1 vT i' i ) ONE CENT A WORD FOR FIRST INSERTION HELP WANTED- 0 HATE One rent a word firm m r llou. one-half cent a word each sun sequent Insertion. WANTED Experienced telephone girl for out of town work. Amarlllo Employment Agency. 10-3c WAN WANTED On dairy farm. C. O. Wolflin. Phone 064. 10-4c WANTED Competent man as as sistant boo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 16 November 1912

PACE EICIIT y AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912. Specials at the Star Cash Grocery For Today Only Take advantage of these prices and SAVE MONEY. 100 lbs. extra fine (Iranulated HuKar. . 1 lurK" aa k White UM yjr 1 Urx'i sack Our Honm Flour 1 larice sack Atnarlllo Special Flour ci en ipliUU ci on $1.25 2 lam Hoyal Heat Oata 1 C-lb. Dot l)enl worth Uolle.l Outs. i pkga. guaKnr 1'uffed Vhat . . . 2 ikKM Post ToHKtle . . . 17 lbs. extra fin Granulated Sugar 10 lb bucket Jt-Vkcll (lUI)OIIIl . 10 lb. bucket Hwlffs Premium Uird $1iC5 :i 12-on pkcs New Crop Heeded lulxins 3 Itin Nw Crop Uiyer llaisins I lb New Crop F.ngllsh Walnuts 10-lb. bucket Coltolene . . . 1 ran Crlsro . . . Rwlft's I'remlum Hams. rr lb . . $1.30 50c 19c New Crop Almond per lb. 1 lb Fresh extra choice citron . 1 lb. Fresh Oran?e or I-tiiofi r-i 'Swift's I'remlum ATM Fires k fimt linron. per lb LI'U Rwlft's Acorn Ilarou, per lb Armour's Itati'iuct Macon In small sirlpM, per lb . . 100 Ibtt rholce Hur bank...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 17 November 1912

AMARILLO ; DAILY NEWS VOL. IV. NO. 13. AMARILLO, TEXAS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912. PRICE FIVE CENTS. PRESIDENT IT rirc c in RESPONDS TO TOAST OF "THE PRESIDENT" AT LOTUS CLUB FAVORED SIX YEAR TERM ditloihd faili kf. to sfci im: hl'natf.'h ilwfh'atiox of gf.nf.kal akiutkation tkkatif.s fit Aaoelated Pi New Vork. Nov. 16. Presldeul Tail Bang his Swan song as chief executive. In responding to a toast, "The President," as a guest of the Lotus tlub, he shifted from grave to Kay In a speech' which his hearers considered the most remarkable lie ever made. I Id laughed at the out come of the election, smiled when he spoke of Hdinc iilung of W ilson, and ho touched with senile sarcasm on Dryan. "1 saw iu the name of jour lub the popFllillity that you wire organi sed to furnish an opportunity for a swan song to those about to disap pear.'' he said, "one of the results of j.iy observation In the presidency, I" that tlie position Is not the place to bo enjoyed by a fcetislte man." He recommende...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 17 November 1912

PACE TWO AMARJLLO DAILY NEWS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912. RESTORE CRAY 1 10 NATURAL COLOR II V OlMMON (i.Mtl'KN H(.V: A MM vi.k i:i:mkiiv toit ham- Itl I F. 1 Al l INti. t AIKI. t.UW II.MIl. The old Idea o( using SfVre for daikenlng the hair It ngaln coming In vtnue. Our grandmother had dark, glossy hair at seventy-five, wllle our mothers kcft their hair ..!t and glosy with a 'Sara Tea," wr.hh also restored the natural color One objection to using inch a pre pfatlon the trouble of making It This objection haa been over come by the Wyeth Chemical Com pany of New York. who haa placed on th.. niark't a luperlor preparation of vtfe, combined with Sulphur and other valuable remedies for dand ruff. Itching scalp, and thin we.-ik. I ! falMng hair. The beauty of the hnir depend more on lta rl'h, even shading than anything else. Don't have dry, harsh faded hair, when a atmplc, harrnlesa remedy will bring back the color In a few daya; and don't he tor mented with dandruff, Itchlnr ralp and loo...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 17 November 1912

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912. PAGE THREE Opposing Captains in Yale-Princeton Match Seay's Grocery FOR MONDAY ONLY The Best One Yet. Read It $3.00 ALL OF THIS LIST 0 F GOODS FOR $3.00 AMARILLO DAILY NEWS. Sale if: ' wffi '-v. V v. Yv- Trtv -A VI 1 4 S LOSE TO MALTS Clean Fighting: Marks Most Interesting Game of Season The Amarlllo High 'School lost the first game 0f the season on the local RrlJiroii to the hard-hitting Santa Fe Mallcla yesterday afternoon by the core of 6 to 0. The contest was out; of the keenest and cleanest ol the season. At two staRPS of the game the High .school had a touchdown In Its grasp, only to let the opportunity Up by a seemingly inexplicable streak of hard luck. Outweished by the Santa Fe team, the lighter approbation made up ' in pluck, pep and team work for the deficiency and tho opposing tennis wore aJiout evenly mulched. The Mallets' touchdown was uial In the second quarter, when hi Harve CrudniriKton was put aross the line, after a succession of terri f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 17 November 1912

i PACE FOUR AMAR1LLO DAILY NEWS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912. Ml m mm remedy R. 55. R. I oneof the oldest of medicines; it frernre! and awl by th Indian Kedirine Man hunUrt.Irt of years z i:i the treatment f a:i Llool disorder. Of course itc'jj n-.t then Uarlut.rcMtit t;aiiie.LuU'.ief'riiiu!AiVr enmpoundinj it was Just what it is today, and in r-sut th- n as now, en tirtly satisfactory ti those who nted it. fl. S. S. i nulc entirtly of nott. hcTbannd larks without the addition of a particle of mineral. It is the widest known and the teat acting Hood purifier Ufre the putlic May. Thia great remedy cure Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sons and Ulcers. Skia Divnses, Scrofula, Specific Wood Poison and any and &' tlood infections and impurities. No one need fear o use 8. S. S. It is perfectly aafe for any system, and its fine vegetable tonic efTcrts especially recommend it fc ell wtak, dchiliUUd person whotu.iybein ntrdof aMurd purifier. S. S. S. . a joes ituo me circulation ann removes every par...

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