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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 10 April 1910

section section"! THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD Pages 17 to 12 X VOL XXII NO. II AHARILLO'TLXAS APRIL 10 IqIO PRICE 5 CUNTS PACKING PLANT ADDRESS DELIVERED BY ST1NNETTE Reprerentative of Superintendent Butt Called Attention of Visitors to the Complete Equipment of New Institution ToKowtng It an address read by Mr. A. 8. Stlnnctte boforo the Stoekmen'a convention Thursday morning at Optra House. Mr. O. TV. Dutt foremost In build tDf or the splendid plant of tho Pan- handle racking Company in tho city Ct Atnarlllo. wa originally on tho programme to address you on thn ubject of the packing houac and this was very properly tho ease as thl ribBoelatlon a tery deeply in- terest' d la the achievement of Mr. Putt 1 id associates and would en- joy Immensely hearing him person- ally Th important work Incident to tl. final ompuctlon of the 'plant raado it l:rponslblo for Mr. Dutt to fudflll M:i engagement to appear her and at. the eleventh hour ho re- quest d If not commanded mo to unde;i.ak to su...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 10 April 1910

liMlluhi THE SUNDAY MORNINO HERALD stnvDAY APRIL 10 1910. SIB3IB3B 1 rrri ORCED T ' .y i i mm m n m mi I ii HIKED 1 .1 I 0. MOVE 0U1! : : ... 1 U ii 0 V it Hi u Ori account of Mir. Davidson selling the building: that we now Banking Business we are forced to move out and as our and rather than go to this expense we have decided to close from now untiLSeptember the first to wind up our business still receiving goods daily and our stock is complete in eVery will throw our entire stock on the market and at such prices for miles to attend this sale. No goods charged to 'anyone 'during changed nor samples given. Those who are indebted to us P"""""T at warn mm sniissWii ' V 1 f. Mm ' llllfl' $1 S15 ..$16.25 t17 E" IU Ladies' Woolen Tailor-Made Suits. We are showing the Celebrated Palmer Garments. Tb most up-to-date and bent fitting; garment on tho market and these we must close out nt once as we are advertising our cabinets for sate. Note the Forced Snlo prices we are putting on them. JUST...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 10 April 1910

THE SUNDAY M0R7NG IITERA 1 immTi ff""' t tWMSr$W aaj Mi 4. UUMM fjljai I II I Hill U III IICMMIIiMmMMMn. llfl III ll-IMSS HWKUMIW..'I K-ittlftlftrMr t mil WlI liI.IU l-.UJ.U-l-IJIILIBU pT iSTiir; FORCED TO IQf iff ! occupy. to Mr. R. B. Masterson who wishes to occupy it in the stock is very large it will cost (d considerable to move same the stock out and try and save this extra expense as we have We have bought very heavy ihis spring in all lines and are department. So commencing i iaursday; April 14m we that was never heard of In Amlrilio. It will pay you to come this sale as this is a bonefide closing will please come forward and ml proposition. Htti must No have goods our money. "Ill" ' .('Mfl.JI WVl'.lii II ill nl ll'l .ibiMVUwiiiiutiiiiSfc Men's Clothing $23.34 W are not exaggerating when nay that wo have the Inrgest ns well mi the br:' :;-.-ted stork In thn !ty. ronslHtini; of tho hest brands nude. Also f'rir-T-'n -h and Alfred Uenjniniu and we must foil thorn. So note the Fo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 10 April 1910

12 THE SUNDAY MORNING SUNDAY AJKIL 1U 1010. M&23BB3923ESZ3SE IOkB3BnBS!BE9E3ZBCSEn Jr5)W Trr'm XVT3 11 I2d. FOR JUST A MINUTE 1 fajt?SBKCTRfffICTSMrEIVi; re t 4 t 1 I I Below; I am giving a description of three nice new residenci that I am offering for sale ' on good terms. Come around and see me and I shall take deasure in showing them to Xcfor a five room house I arn confident that one of them will pease you. f At rooms 0 : . per cent. ! . you want ' Hti tone changed abruptly. He I pointed to ih sheriff's deputjes one after tp thf with his stick. There i vaa I remembered always something j Insinuating disagreeable and final about my grandfather's staff. . ( "CIw utl" he commanded. "Patesk I ate these fellows through the wall. ' Mr. tktrttf If I were yrrti I'd be' very 4 ' etarefol. mdeed. whv. I said of this ef- iOilr. ' I'm a deal mao come to life iigmtn. ana I know a great deal that I ceatlaivaa (Its a man for life like a temporary absence from' this cheerful ad llaaiant wor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 17 April 1910

J I y 7 I MORNING SUNBAY MEl VOL. XXII NO. 12 MASS MEETING CALLED FOR MONDAY TO DISCUSS PLAN M ALL PANHANDLE FAIR Committee Appointed To Draft Tenta- tive Agreement Complete Task Citizens Highly Enthusiastic and Determined That tb Panhandle Fair Asaocla! ttoa will be organized and that In ample time for an exhibit this fall cannot bo doubted for a moment. Judge J. W. Crudglngton Tbos Y. Turner c. T. Herring M. C. Noblea and will A. Mlllor Jr. the commit tee appointed to draft a tentative airer upnt. met at the tlma announc- ed j-terriay forenoon and attonded to t' task in hand tbo result of theli I ibors being shown In connec- tion vlih trls article. The com- mute t announced a raaaa meeting In the Chamber of Commerce hall Monday i fternoon at 2:30 'o'clock at which. Uric the full scheme will be pi t befot" tho people. Th' ir has leen no llBhontlA com- ment h '-' .! upon the streets In con- nection with the proposed organiza- tion. On the contrary the movement aej on foot by the Dal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 17 April 1910

i f . "7 i "M no liko pralrlo too bin." de clared a fullblood Apache ycdtordiij' . afternoon at tho punver nation. U a renresenUtlve of the Dally l'ua-1 sloes of the Fanluindlo. The spokes- man wai leader of a party of Apnche fullbloods enronte from White Moun- tain New Mexico to Lawton Okla- homa hora a visit of several weeks U to b made.- The principal figure la the party was Three-Flngoreil Charley who according to the In- - terpreter la an individual of much Importance In the New Mexican coi- any. A' brief atop It to be made at Quanab from which place the parly goes direct to Lawton. Continuing his conversation the Interpreter aid: "I horn White Mountains. No like plains. Like timber heap nmuh better. Hunt among treos. Catch fish have good time. No good time tbls country. Come with Three-Fln- . mmrmA Oirl nd inuawi. f3o Law- ton Lawton big town used to bo ' Indian country. "Three-Fingered Charley big man. . Lots cattle and land White Moun- tain. Fine country got game. Senty tree...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 17 April 1910

J I u.l I. "r ; THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD. SUNDAY APRIL 17 1910. 4 xotk i: id co rr.A( ions. Sealed liliH u 'I; 1 1 x i v'vo I iiv R HlRgli.ln t:i. i... So. ii I .i ry n.(ni of Trustns Annul I. ii.ili;n i.uuiu hrhnol lileirlot .Mi iir.l'o Ton.is tin- ill May ; in in in 0 i 1. ( h. m. for fnrnililt nl im.ici lulu m.d l..uui' and dlfcc t!' i oinul.tely In accord- nine Willi 1 1 it h and Hix'i'tfli'Hilani h prepimvl y rnitt & I'c.iiH.in mid 1). I. K it u 1 1 1 in i k Wou umoiliiio Hi-i lilu'i in fir a lutli m lionl liullilliu and a wurd school hultdlntf tn bit reded In Aninrlllo Texas for the Hoard if Trustees Aniarlllo lnjo- I'ndrnt Hehonj District. Plain mid HpoclfU-HiliMiH nm.v ho obtained from I). I'. Kaufman & Sim Amnrlllo. Texan for purpose of hid- dliiR on erection of ImildniKs by dn- lonl 1 1 n (r '.i0ll om'li H. guarantee that suih bidder will return mioh Didn't nnd miPflflr-ntlnnn In fun I rim. dltlon wltliln tlnio limit in a:''vl J by architects. ThP Hoard of TruHtce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 17 April 1910

THE; Uinua Mimmuu ucirm oiunluw Afti.iL 17 lyiu. THR SUNDAY MORNING HERALD SucceMor to THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Sunday morning at 210 Taylor Street Amarillo Texan. Panhandle Press I . Out Of The West . ' i BOESEN AND DURST.' "Entered as second-class matter October 19 1909 at the post office at Amarillo Texas im der the act of. March i 189. SUNDAY APRIL 17 1910. An All Panhandle Fair The biff annual all-Panhandle Fair for Ama- . . . . . . . .i... it tillo is assured. and Heartiest praise is uuc u.v. nrorressives who at an enthusiastic meeting 'Fridav placed themselves squarely on recon as aggressively and financially in favor of this notable enterprise whose assured realization will mark the beginning: of a new epoch tor Amarillo and this section of Texas. For it will not be operated as a local cnter- r!i hilt v ith broader aspirations having at Y w ...... heart the highest interest of alibis vast north west section of the State. That it will wield from the outset a poten ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 17 April 1910

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD SUNDAY APRIL 17 1910. 5 f?..fcv' ;..- k'ff K 3jMV''- 'f-i X.aV.x. k'oiiur.k1W.VMI'H)nkkJ ' Hoclnty Dcpui-tinciif I'lionu ;;th. ' The home of Judge and Mm II. (J. Hendricks ISOrt Vnn Duron gtreet was tho sren of an entertain- ment Friday evening In honor of Miss Masterson of Fort Worth. The functlou was to give local toclety leaders an opportunity of meeting the honoreo who la Boon to recorave with her parents to this cltf. Mrs. Hendricks was assisted In receiving and entertaining nor guests by Mesdomct Avery Tumor Win Boyre Will Herring and John Not a Labor It takes a Jons: time to learn to play most musi- cal instruments well. This is the reason there are not more preat mu- sicians. Almost every- one enjoys music; most people are distinctly Benefited by it as a mat- ter of fact there is the making .of a fair musi- cian in every home. The trouble has been in the past to find an in- strument that busy peo Music nahola ple could learn to play. People 6f affai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 17 April 1910

THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD. SUNDAY APKiL l iviu. r . 1 -k r ' ! .t 1 t Kl'KCiALNOTICK larding ourselves as there art over 1 lV0(J patlsnta ber who hate bAn-. iifvivai ritovixa mccf.ss.' vX-lUT JRXAM1XA' nd 5)000 morf pL.opl I'ry.l.lnK .f V. U Vounu : t Ji YlOVH t i! i ... . . JulU Having Marked l.f feci im.. ; . oow about our method. Ask any pir uMN '-' one; com and hire a talk with uSl '' (" - . (Jratid Hondiy na ill Of teit wir )imembcr w will make X-Hayj fcoWuRfS from (Jrnrxi Falls Toxin will tnak X-Kay examination' and anamination for 1.00 this week.'Ihrtng Information tboti tha revival dlegooli for 11.00. Tha regular We hav the most modern anip-to-Helng ''condu lad r (here by K L. data equipment In the Bouth. wo voung miniHi'-r ror tne i nurrn or treat chronic' disease. V thiftf Chrl' I" '""'"J"'' PvlK foot .. . . . micccxii. Th business houses of tho those cases that the ordinary phvsl fy re . out of con8Jdratlon rlan does not understand. Tnren " for the 'meeting and a number h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 17 April 1910

aesjaasasv THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD SUNDAY APRIL 17 1910. Professional Cards Cards Will be Accepted Under This Head it Special Monthly Rate. ' ACCOUNTING MAI'S. H.V ROBERTSON j 1 'PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT -- and auditor. AvrouutiuK. auditing F M 2 (2 M'ifiiHiiini: and inviv.u.ttioiii. it2 t"' Vl Office: I'itht 1'loor Telephone U'M'i:. AMARILLO TEXAS BOX 311 mii.. nilita of stijtbiej; notary wnrt architects of any via . .. - ' R B. NEWCOME ( iirit CutluliiK. Phono p) P. U J I FM -N A Ron. I ' -.rvtaJuxX-. ; And structural gloglasere Otty references. - PHYSICIANS. AMARILLO TKXAa.. . - Dr. . A. Johnston . GEO. BURNETT i . Physician and Surgeon. ARCHITECT I Office Bivin's lluilJInj ovj; j Curtis Drui; Store Roomi 4 -no 5 Telephone Bldg. j AMAR2LLO . TEXAS j Office Mo. 84. -tes.rho.-6i4 Telephone 6j ---. --- g wALLLNGToii. J D Jordaan M. D. Architect Snpcrt-to.deat. Room 16 ?nJ 17 Carson Boom 11. Oha-or Bldg. Phoit 884. Buildiiiff AUAR1LLO TEI3. OFFICE PHONE 23J 0 ATTORNEYS. : A. F. LUMPKIN M....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 17 April 1910

' .V 8 THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD SUNDAY APRIL 17 1910. I tl is o M U 1 M : w .1 ' it WILL FilOIIOO'lCE ' DEATH SENTENCE COntT WItL PECnEE DOOM OF Mnxcn duunq term which BEGINS AT CLARENDON i V lOMOiinow. . Delth lentenc will be (iiid up" cd O: R. Miller during" the term of the District Court that beglni tomor- row At Clarendon for the murder of two men aboard a Tort Worth ft Denver freight train little more than a year co near Estelline. .Judge J. N. Browning and other officers of the court will leavo for Clurondon thli evening to take up the docket tomorrow forenoon. Another can that has attracted more than umial Intf r-"t ta t hut tf the BUte of Texus vh. Hood llrown In which be defendant haa been twice convicted of the offonse of statutory assault. For this alleged crlmu Drown haa hoen twice convicted once with a sentence of five and once with a aentence of alx years both being reversed. One of those trials was hold In Amarlllo and one In Clarendon. The term will continue three w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 17 April 1910

THE -SUNDAY MORNING HERALD Second Section Pages 9 to 12 VOL XXII NO. la ArURILLO TbXAS APRIL 17 IQ10 PKICh 5 CUNTS OLD TASCOSA RICH IN MEMORIES OF A STORIED AND EVENTFUL PAST Nestling nerencl In Its m ttl ig o( Stately old colon wee J trees away to the northwestern o:iromliy of Old- ytfi eotnty hemmed lu by the Jow knii on the north Tascosa treek oa the wes' th Canadian rWor on tho jeuth ard tho Caslmero Romero and Ij. I. T. iiprlnc branchca oa tho east Old Tam oii sUnda pre-eminently th moat h' torlt ally Interstlnj spot In II 0 panhandle country today. Hodr.cd in as It wore from tho encroachments of civilisation this fcuatat tld frontier town sleeps on -'J - " -'- 1 ........... - ... ..ij.U'u'ia COUU nuisb a Testing i. II her In lis scenes of this past than In its hopes (or the future. In tho former It In rich and vivid while the latter promises nothing certainly as might connect It with a city or town of commercial Impor- tance. It .were well perhaps to have Beaded this arUele "T...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 17 April 1910

TJ'E SUNDAY MORNING HERALD. SUNDAY APRIL 17.J910. to - Mjm . i ' .MtMwitl 11'liMa Wl JI J'"'IH I '' -... 1. .1 .1- in ... n ) j'' ".yiivme.x .warj VIZZJE JI ii I. 3 ' APRIL . 19t: m YOUR rr.""".iT.r-rr'r"f"'T "ir'rrrt" n v 1 1 "t 'tt miw"'w "u . mw-rwn-Hi.un-in .'P.inimli1ii'i-Mi.H. u i.f rTrti-"mj!ir-"fifir MIND That is the date upon which the voters of Oldham county will vote upon the propo- sition to lemove the County: Seat. from Tascosa to Veg'a Four-fifths of the voters of the county haye already expressed their preference ior Vega by signed petition. Next Tues- day the matter will be definitely settled; HOW: TIHO W T YOU I90B8B3 inn If yoii arel so fortunate as to own some Vega property you will find it possessing a big increase in value. If you do not al- ready own one or more lots in Vega then do not wit until the price advances be- fore making an investment. We'll be glad to give you lull particulars concerning Vega ' the best small town in the Panhandle. AMY &MARILLO A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 17 April 1910

THE SUNDAY MORNING IIURALD SUNDAY APKIL 17 1910. V toll B BtfHnj T . 1 ' -V . an "But money cut do nothing for B!ne" I replied trying to smile. ' I've boon ft reckless spendthrift ll mv days end now I'm going to worK. If Von were Infirm isA needed me Jpould not honltato but tho worM have ita eyev on mo now." It. "Jack that will of mine did you a gTl wrong; It put a mark upon you and that's "scat tmrta me; that's what I want to tnako amends fort Don't you seo? Now donl pn1s!i Bin. boy. Come! Let us be friends!" k He tom and put out his bands. J 1 didnl mean tlut! I don't care about that! It wai notling nor than deserved. Three months here hive J chanted ire.' Haven't you beard nie pay I waa going to work?" . And I tried to laugh away further dlacosslon of my future h "It will bo more cheerful here !n tne (print" be a aid es though seek- tot an Inducement for me to remain. .""When the resort colony down hero comM to Ufa the Uk la really gny." b I shook my bead. The lake that pretty cu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 17 April 1910

12 THE DAILYiPANIIANDLE GUNDAY APK1L 17 191U. Weather At Hertford Hereford Tex. April 10 A keavy atorm cloud ' lata Thursday ofaroooB brought a 'sudden drop In the temperature and today mixed rain sleet and mow baa been falling t laterrala. Frospectg are for a snowfall tonight. i Now la the time to inak 'that that Flower garden See Araarlllo Greenhouse for plants bulbs etc. 20l-tfc How niurli money do -tin Nquumlr-r tarh month? have It.' Invest In Wlldorado lota before the opcn'ng April 27th. See Oel)hardt 118 Rati Third 8t. 205-Ic mQssssr WANTED i... v. fpcclil attention given to consignments Name ui price on what you have to offer Amnrillo Produce Co 304 Taylor St ' ' P 0. Box 896 v Amarillo Texas OLD TASCOSA (Coutlnnod from Toko Nine.) 1 -j 1 V V V V V THE COMPETITION f ' For business among: banks although not so apparent as that among merchants is just as keen. We are .all offering you practically the same services the same (interest rate and the same absolute safety. ' Butthera...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 24 April 1910

$ v . i ' y : 1 n ' 1 " t i'K' (" -" SUN LB VOL. XXI 1 NO. 13 AiYlAKILLO THXAS SUNDAY APRIL 24 I91O PRICE 5 CENTS 'it-"" MCMM2MG v DAY ill n a nan a wmki.ti fit tAurAibMrui NOW ON IN EARNEST DAVIDSON SPEAKS AT PALI'S. TINE. JOHNSON AT SAN AN. C.VAiO AND COLQUITT AT DENTON YESERDAY. ilVAL CANDIDATES SWAP COMPLIMENTS FORMER ATTORNEY GENERAL THINKS COLQUITT SHOULD ( RESIGN AH RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. Paler Tox. April 23. Seven kundrr. pie licard R. V. David- ton r ! "ro today. A special train ; k brought eighty. Mr. javldsoa discussed O. B. Col qultt declared that he should re- lfn as Railroad Commissioner and that Colltt la trying to misrepre- sent all opposing candidates. Mr. Davidson read a letter said t har? been written by Jake Wol- teri to Colquitt during uhe 1906 ' campaign In which Wolters charged Colquitt with having deceived him In his claim of being an antl when he was a pro In 1887. Mr. Davidson said that If he is elected governor he will seo that an appropriation to complete...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 24 April 1910

T 2 I "'Hi mi i IH il nil 'ti-M H. S 3 ii 11 'i'l -.': 1". ' ' ''-' ' A Greater Store For Greater Amarillo THK SUNDAY MORNING HERALD. SUNDAY APRIL 24 1910. EMEfl 1 eaTKACDSDMAMY peci&l iMeresft to r ving to the fact that it has been impossible to get a satisfactory lease on c present buildings we are compelled to 'Dispose of our entire stocli of Ladies Wear Regardless of Cost and Original Selling Price This sale witt start nest Wednesday morning. Nothing will be reserved? fixtures and everything included '" ' j ; v ' . .; H ST . Isaacs) recently eamr from California ti renew the lease on the present quarters with the intention of rev mo y- rsg the building at the expense of the firm The present rental $350 per month was offered for a ten ycr 'eise and the lessees agreed to remodel the building at their own expense and equip one of the finest stores if : state. The rental asked in excess of our proposition was more than any conservative business house could give if they expected ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 24 April 1910

a r STT y.i 1 ... THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD. SUNDAY APRIL 24 1910. ' 3 t KEN" Jton. S6! ' ;. H Jiis.hi. Kief jl Til I'M PI II 111 .4 F 1'ifili 8; rli its street.' TRADE -Wo i of tlie Let hali -icti'm near Elk City Okb.. bas- ed for this year and will trade it with crop nut. f-v smooth land near Aniavilln or for goid Ainarillo city property or suine of racli. This farm is in tiiickiv -ct tied community with chnrch school trlcphono rural deliverv. and ncar-liv F-liippini; facilities. Deep rich soil 12 to 15 fe. i in pure soft water perm i- nent springs on one piir ter $3500 worth of im- provements in pond condi- tion and 140 acres in culti- vation for 9 years. I'ottom md valli'v land. Com. al- falfa lrom corn cotton :mh1 fruit soil. This part f Oklahoma is in best kind of condition for the season and banner crop expected. K. R Sanders & Co.. 127 East Fifth street. FOR SALE Ilichest class lots in any size want- ed in best entire residence block in Ainarillo at rea- sonable price. F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Morning Herald — 24 April 1910

? 'i V rr THE SUNDAY MORNING HERALD. SUNDAY APRIL 24 1910. r ... i - i u t f TfiE SUNDAY J i m. THE VVHEKLY HERALD Published every i .inlay morning at 210 Taylor Street Aniaril'o. Texas. Doi::::.r and durst. "Entered .is sccond-clu.-s nutter October 19 1909 at the pot office at Amarillo Texas un- der the act of -March i 1879." SUNDAY APRIL 24 1910. Opportunity Speaks Do yon belong to the Goodcitizeu family? Rememlci the big Fair massmceting to- morrow afternoon. If you have personal business sidetrack it between the hours of 1 and 3. Business of paramount importance business which vitally affects the welfare of Amarillo's present and future citizenship demands your attention. Don't lag. Don't 'delay. Be on hand early and get in line for the big All-Panhandle Fair and a ureatcr Ainanllo. Help make tomorrow a day of big tilings in 'Aartfillo a red letter day for all time in her calendar of achievement. Don t be a small-bore. He a double-barreled large-calibred progressive. Wake up! Li...

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