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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

AMARILLO DAILY NKWB. SI NHAV. MAY 8. 1012. PAGE FIVE. ANNUALLY INCREASING VALUE OF REAL ESTATE EVIDENCE CITY GROWTH (1. ('. Trl'ldy.) Real estate history is so Interest '.K that It occupies the mlndii o( every cltl7en in the world, from tLe richest to the poorest and It has been thus ever since the first dawn of his tory and It shall be thus until time shall close the last page of history. You can ro Into the oldest settled country on the slobe and make an Inquiry about the value of land or city property and vou will at once be Informed that the property U worth so many dollars per acre or per front foot, as the case may you will also be Informed that It' was worth much legs than It la now, just a few years aeo, and that you could have driven straight across the country wltkout ever striking n fence or tha' you could start at the corner of a certain block In the town and bo stralfiht across to some particular home, which was a mile In the coun try, but now you cannot drive across th...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

VM.Y. SIX. AM tit I I.I) HAILY NEWS, SUNDAY, MAY 8. It 12. GIVE US YOUR PRINTING ORDERS It I II T " WW J 'I I '. SI' li: '!!, Il 1 ' .! Ill IStSJMil . - l WI I I I b I k ' 4 .II I ' - I f i I 1 t. I - I -irl,. fi ,J iint nffl iiiiry . 1 '"'- i I I I I I '..II . , I f S MILL fc . B-i lil . . V In res ft 4 I il:sT N1MI. i:NK :lllll;, ' l ll.l.o. FIVE GREAT BANKING INSTITUTIONS BACKED BY ENORMOUS CAPITAL IETML GROCERY IS M ( I of 1 f ; r ri t-u . ) A i' ixy of Air.nriMo'x w i: ! t f u I frrw'ii .ui'l (lfVf!ui!ifiii Is iio more WliJ! jx)rtra: mI than In ti.e h!.;ory of l.'r bankln.? instlPitioiis. AWit 18SS fn- hcnver railroad built Into Amarillo, beln practically tin- flrit developing factor (if our modern lt lermhp to to'ii h tint twenty f i v' tbo :K.incl acres of mati d ! sin Hhh' ! plain, known ns th' l.lau Kstaado. stretching nwav from Our doors In every direction ami the transformation from o i:tllenun h paradise to tin- lion.'1 of the farmer and Iodines man be'vin. That year Jud...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

AM.lltII.LO DAILY XKWS. Sl'MtAY. MAY 5. 1912. IWV.K BKVU.Y. AMARILLO HOTELS RIVAL IN FACILITIES LARGEST TEXAS ESTABLISHMENTS 1 m mm great (Mr. trunk Intnnn.) In the ar 19 the old Amatilio Hotel the nucleus of the pie-sent beautiful city ef Awa-IIIo. was Man ned nm! b.itlt at a cst M t r. .. by H. I' Sanhorti. It was pin- tic ally the first b'llMlnc. in the new town of Amarlllo and stood as a bra con of welcone and hospitality for the vaKt and then i p r. country known an the Panhandle of T.is. To II. I', .'anborn. the f.Mher ;f Amarillo, is due the (relit of put ting the t lr-t lilt h strinc out for the newioni-r at; J the traveler, a policy which he Las p rsuevl to this lay in all hi i transactions relative to the welfare and rrocrot- of his cltv. Thrre is r.o question that the huil.linc of the AT.arill', Hotel at that lime was the motle power that Kilt j a tity around it. The lobby or trat eld landmark was the stock ex; banc, for the southwest. There, rattl dea;s riinnir.c into sl...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

AMARILLO DAILY NHWS, St MAV. MAV 5. 112. When You See an Emerson Standard Implement Its Al ways Up-to-Datc a line with an established reputation and especially adapted to fill the wants of the Panhandle farmer. PACK KK.JIT. .. Double Row Listers Nos. 8 and 9 With v m!u :i!.K- itnptov cinent s fur I'.'U. Visiting Dealers See Our Exhibit with SAM B. VAUGHN During the CONVENTION May 20-21-22 AMARILLO Our No. 29 Hammock Seat Cultivator Kit her with 1 ii t; hoe!s ;i;nl with nr without spring trip-;. It interested, please ak Hi to m.til you our latent (iciieial t'atalo-, in wliich you will find lull ilc-i-rijti u o; our line of implements, also peci-d catalog for buggies anl wagon.. Large stock of I tiiplvmcnt carried in Amairllo for quick shipment, with Armstrong Transfer & Storage Co If Standard Implement are not sold in your town and yon wi-h the agency, write lis at once We want a live wide-awake dealer in eer ("itv and enterprising town in the Panhandle. ni'aaoiMooa NOSH3W3 The N...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

INDUSTRIAL SECTION o ::'. -.y.-vv. - AMARILLO DAILY NEWS VOL. III., NO 15H. AMtltlLLO, TKXArt, MM.V, .M W UU2. Center of III CjTYJVSTEM High School Equal To Any In State in Beauty And Equipment (S. M. Ityrd.) Commensirate with Amarillo's rrowth and Importance in all othe; hoes are her schorls. These are: The C!ty Tublic Schools; the Lowery 1'hillips school; the Uranghon Busi ness College, a school property at San Jacinto Heights. There is strong prob ability of tho eariy location tiere of .'u academy or school for pirls, Iy tlie Catholic church authorities. City I'ublic Scltml. The City Public Kch ools of Amarll )o ;ire under what U knowc ns tho Amnriilo Independent School District, the excellent organization character i-tic of Texns towns ind cities by which their school systems are inde pendent of the county schools and idso cf the other departments of city i r town sovernmcnt. This Is an ln i ornoratlon for school purposes only, dealing directly with the state de partment of educ...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

AMARILLO DAILY FfEWh. M M.V. MV .'. Ill J. Amarillo Houses of Worship Take Rank With ost Spacious and Elegant in Entire State 1 CHURCHES TELL M All Leading Denominations KeprcKcnted Here With Large Membership "Se k jr fnt tho kimdom of 'jo I and III rli'hKou.sriccH, an-! all the" thin Khali I add"d unto you." in an admonition of tl e Christ not over looks In the bnlhllnK of a commer cial city In Amarillo. Indisputable Tldence of the truth of this state ment in found In the fact that approx imately $300,000 In church property la owned In thin city. Tinted walla, atalned art-tlass. soundln? ornns, beautiful carpets and decorations, hardwood pews and handsomely ap portioned and appointed Interiors apeak of the adoration of a (Jod lov 1nf, God fearing people. Althouph reputed to he, lawless and lacking the finer attributes, the ear lier citizens rf the rough western communities Rare algna, with the planting of the cities and towns, of a deslr for correct religious expres sion. Rtido hou...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

AMAHILIO PAILY lfgH SIMHV, MAV 3. I91S. V.KC.K TIIIIRfC THREE MODERN LAUNDRY PLANTS WITH STEADILY INCREASING PATRONAGE . V. I.inlji), Jr.) A very feu years ago. a person livln? In Amarlllo and desiring to have his soiled linen handled by a team laundry, would have had to end It to Fort Worth, Sherman or some other North Texas town to have It laundered properly. About tho aame time, those towns of North Texas were shipping laundry work to Amarlllo, not only for Amarlllo but to be freighted on to Tulla, Canyon and Plalnview. The present time shows a most radical change. Instead of laundry being shipped out of Amarlllo to be laandered, three modern laundry plants are now in operation tn our city and they are shipping out laun dry work finished to more than 125 towns and cities throughout the Ian handle of Texas, the western part of Oklahoma and eastern part of New Mexico. The laundry plants of Amarlllo represent an Investment of over $50, 000 and employs about IfiO opera tors, not coun...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

VM.i. SiX. 4 till I 4 a. - I I Ks- iiumi:. .4LL FRATERNITIES REPRESENTED HERE MEMBERSHIP LARGE Frtrnal affiliations arn Jarrely irrpr'ntM In ninrlllo, rni nTit among tliem lif-lriK MaKong, OiM F-l-lows, Pythlans. I;lkg, Moose, Fal'. Woodmen, rraMorlana, Molrn Woodmen, Knight and Ladlci of Se curity, Royal NHjhnors, Woodman Clrcla, Kntghta of Colnmbim, An cUnt Ordfr of t'nttod Worlctnwi, Fra ternal Union, PytMar Plater, I-adl'm of th Macab4R, and vry nranrh of labor union and trades craft known to thU section of tfm atat In Addition thrrc aro the varlnurt commercial and lvc orK.inliiflotis, all with Tepreser.tnllvo ni-miriilit. The chnrcli ornnl.'itlr.ns ol aide w clotlea nro anionic tlie l.irv-nt nnd most Influent la) t b" found In tlij country. TIkko liave tlielr worklna In support of the flmrch to an extent that thflr powers are readily renrr Tilled for t'xnl in eM ry rltMiti-o is ut dertaklnr. The ed'H at'iti:il fratcrnlt is havt' their follcj a Itn's here, and ttiene irjve a Men...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

rxr.r. mK. GROWTH OF SUBURBS NOTABLE INDICATION OF CITY EXPANSION 4MAKIL! DAILY KTUt SI XHW, Al'KH. 2M. 1012. NEl'J COLLEGE 111 FflDNT UlEUf 1 Continued from Tago 1.) Aruarlllo U petting ore ot hr froatevt Individual expansions from tho su'iurlan activities. Few citie. of a fcimilar ni.e have such an .irra vt .'iraM? jnop'rt" "rcmovc-d from the dust an I noteo of the lnisv down town xtr-ts" AmoiK tho til'irl.an additions to the lty propT at.- i',n wood, I'liiwrsity licit lit Famous Heights. iH iivt-r llt i'.hts and S;:ti T;: into rlluhts. Ka ll of In . ii diU piopvi tic-s is duiim its hir t' the ilf vf !pmnt of the liuc.-i, t'itv f tho , JManiH. All .v.c-.t i!,,- lt-uv. r Ikl-'U.s and Faiu. ih tleuliu mv rcAchod ty -U trie .ar linos, and tniu enn l.t hut ii irrowly missed. It in prolablo that of t)i- entire iiumher i. one arc rr.akliu sm h in. irk- J pro-Teas in the bnildinu line at prwr:t ;a the San .T.icinto IlcUti's addition. This is located just wst of the nmin portion of the ct...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

VAUh. six. AM.tniM) DAILY XEWft 81 A OA Y. MAY.1. 1812. MLO DUROASA NATIONAL PARK KdH! M.'l rkll.' D: C: ' -f V- J l-it T"- turned from a tri.i tl.t hi. i I :1 Ii to and f tic- Panhandle when lie n te "We M-n of Khii'i i;,t. ii.n i1 hf iff Of Paradine ii.He enorg'.r We n-fd n o'ln r ihlnj t 1 nlld The f-'tair Ir.'o the I'nfnlfilied " "More on the I'ii'lm of ! dav llff on the lorrmoii human wav, Ii all 'In ijiiuy tied Tdi.l.l take To rig 1.1 a ' If.n n ' " A rcccr.t M''i'aiii- onitit i.lor f I to frtrK r ' t'ncle S.vn" into Immedi ate atl"ii by Matin-.:, The Palo I"iro Canyor. would oori be 'all plowed up" and seeded down to sorffhum or oro other Panhandle crop, If meas ures were r.ot taken at onic to ! r erve it Tlil la hardly likely until the I'ar.randle farmer in wore- pinch ed for ij.au- than he lo today; or un til tb" government establishes a ays tun f f derrb ks u Ion 7 the rap ro k by which 1 1 i- m-ri and in n1s and plows mlgr' dropped d n into thin nw agrl i.l'tiral field An...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

I AMARILLO DAILY NEWS. Kl'MAV. MAY" 3. mi rAGK SEVEV. Ihera for the pleasures and education ot future generations an Col. an I Mrs. Goodnuht have prrgem d, m I tlplied and developed the buffalo and eattalo. Thelrr Is a wcik which merits Its recognition of (he world and the world at larce does retonniz.? It, but there are people la th' Pan handlo and even in Armstrong coun ty who barely knew where this lem ons ranch is and have never pent a day to visit it. Palo Puro Canyon could be i.iad-i the greatest natural history render vous la the world and all the food stuffs necessary to maintain a hun ared tho isr.nd animals could be pro duced in tho sane courtles throueh which tne canyon parres, and t,f only expense in tho transportation of th.; feed from the fields to tie oolodcal Rardcn of Palo Puro Park wo 1.1 le a dozen or more five dollar derricks alonir tho cap recks of the Canyon. If a body of water Is nececs:.ry fo.'i amusement sorely the Panhandle pec- pie could colle-t and preser...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

IMfiK EKWT. AM ARIL!) DAILY XKWrt STNIUY. MAT S. IBIS. 1 The Lflwrew-PMllips (shool 15. G. LOWREY, L L. I)., President. F. F, PHILLIPS, A. B., Vice President FOUR SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT- A Seminary for Young Ladies, A School of Fine Arts, A Training School for Boys, and An Elementary School for Children from the kindergarten up to the fifth grade. '"PHIS is the great plan to which we are working. For the present year we have had the children's school, the school of music and expression, and a co-educational training school. For the coming year we shall make the training school for boys a separate institution absolutely, and this will be the only private separate training school for boys in the Panhandle Country. PLEASE understand, it is not the ordinary academy or high school. We use the word "Training School" in its real sense. Men sometimes pay Sev enty live dollars a month for a course ol leal training lor a blooded dog or horse, they expect a horse lor instance, t...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

1 I section 7i?ft'&ssZ&S A A .rit)J:M ASiM'LjviU x i 1 1 in1-! ; mn amarii ,11 .n n a n .ywrws 7" . t . MSMBasUBBasSHMBBBW 1 MM Ol . III.. NO 15H. .MKII.I.O, TIAAn. MMl.tV, MAY 5, IWI2. Amarillo, Automobile Center of the Panhandle, In Private Ownership and General Distribution. AUTO PIACING All RMAR1LL0 ASSET Fair Association, Organ ized in 1909, Brings Great Meets Here The Fanhandle Auto Fair Asso ciation Is indirectly Interested in this venture, in that the moneys obtained will le applied to the tracks or the organlzatloa for the rac ing meet May VI. and suh other events as may be featured in the fu ture.. This organization was formu late. in the ye;r 190 and has been kpt etendllv going with an annual change In offers. The first nicir.g meet was that of Ji'ly, 3 9'):i, ami was followed ly an other in the fa'.l. The next year brought additional meets, and so on down to the present. T.i. first rac Jr.s course was that to th. west of the t It y. but this was changed to fJlenw...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

oi.i'Mi m St'ShAV, MAY 1012. VM.V T'VO of a hrt:V town Nobles rn.th.rs f.rorerv ccnuuny man the r'M i on pn union. i,, th;, l in-- n- tl It :. i nd i' WP pun Iit- I with '': ii till" car r:T .vi ii.-il lv In a la vlih th rir-i ' . I'" '-r !. i -v. prolmM"l tb.it of the original pair. Tli lbre r.'-il ills !!' I""1' ' '' bwn from th" H?. and on!y memories f.f t,.-ir r I r -U ,r'. rem a n v ", th. ir ." cm. and '!"..- hr,.1 h-V -f'.l '-ri!N ' tomoMle ri 1 rv u. tl.- r ' Tr-r, '! ' '' BIKl 1 Mm 1 1 ilffjjj B U U 1 " II t ... rati"' In th rient Ana' '' 1 1i. p, H M, Flar'''-f " Hi I U ' V..W, trr). 1!r O'ltjint ..f are f ar : lIllf'H t" pV t r,. tarli . t ! 1 S 1 . 8 i kt-ri-rr; i!iiHii V',''- - . - ' JHTI-SKIB DEVICES DEMAND MTENTIQN i . . t . i .'V V M !' T 1 ' ' -a . r 1 . . ;, - ; ,-J.. v.; 4 - .. '-,. .' . ' ' , - ... . "'V,- .'' .- i , ,, .v ' 1 ,, , , .'II t M f.v'-r!.-' '1 I-' -. . :ir '" I i i". . t ;.f ?!' ' ' ' 'I I I. 1 1'r til " !"i '' ' rif 1 lit tl.is t i : ' n df.m nro i"...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

I'MIF. THItER Some Amarillo People Give Their Reasons for Buying a Cadillac-- IjOlSfllilfllt ... V o 1 r.4 :$- AMARII.LO PUI.Y XKttS, MAUA1. y v totit Wily I iSL3l s. rff vT:-Vv'"v.'-"'.'':. , :;;;-nv V.:-:Y"-.--iv:tf .wV is II ..t';v' a ir p I BOUGHT i Cadillac because I thought it was the best car sold for the money. After 4 years service I find no cause to change my first opinion. CHAS. J. E. LOWNDES, Cashier First Nat'l Bank BECAUSE I thought it was the best car on the market, and my experience with the Cadillac for the past four years has convinced me that my impression was cor rect. The service rendered by the machine has been eminently satisfactory. B. C. D. BYNUM, Cashier National Bank of Commerce. I BOUGHT a Cadillac car because, from close observation of it and other mikes, the repair bills were smaller and the time necessary to keep the car in running shape was less than any other represented here. When my present car becomes too antiquated I expect to buy another Cadilla...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

I pack ni it. AM ARM. Mi PAII.V NMVH, sl'Mt,V. MA V 5. 1012. r -T.rr'?r lal car hesln February I . 'ork on the hodie Is bo!n? pu ! ith all dl"pnth at the lie sude t.akfr azon ork hoe prcl'ir, ith motor and horse-fraw n. ht i-en us-d for virs to deliver so !ar?f a shar? of the vuirfl'a ?ood. f E T- e. iu. p. m FLANDERS CARS DRD Cffi IS'l'S OUT NEW RBUT 3 Own a Clhampioini C&f It's only human for a man to feel proud of his posses sions. To own something which everyone else recog nizes as supremely desirable helps mightily to make life better worth living. Ownership of a motor car confers a distinction of this sort. But the distinction is infinitely greater when that motor car belongs to a family that has class, reputation, history. To own a champion motor car should be the aim of every wise buyer. Its pleasant to know that a champion motor car is not necessarily an expensive one. You can buy an E-M-F MO" for $1100 or a Flanders "20" for $800. Each is the champion of its class. The...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

AMARILLO MII.Y XE. M' Ml.tr. MAY S. 1012. rAGE FIVE. CADILLACING THROUGH THE WILDS OF MEXICO Tie folliHln? relative to 'Trail Blazing T'li'ough Veico lids." by T. J. Ikarde', will rrove of Interest to all lovers of the Cadillac, the car In which the pathfindln? expedition was mad", the rtory oristnally leing published In The Motor Aa;e- For the first time In my life I caa reall'e how flalboa ni'iBt have felt when he reached the summit (f the mourtnlm which make tlio Pa cific coast a littie world of Its own and bc-i'ohl far In he distance of the waters of the mi?lity raclflc. 1 n.w can understand ;he thrill of Colun-.bi'H vhfn that cry of ' f.nnl land, land" runi: out on Us vosmI so nitiny years nco. For alirost 2 n onths I have boon battling through a country whor: the? motor car was unknown. Krr many days I sat at the wheel of my Cadil lac ai.d foiuht my wav through a land which from all appearancej had never been torched by a white man before. To me came the honor of di lvin; the ...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

PAGE MX. 1-1 n mniMfl PATI.Y OTTO. M IV, MAV .". 1012. Kl 6S With Self tarter, of wirse . . i iti i 1 . V v 4 in r 1912 Torpedo, $1,600 Complete Elegance and Convenience Combined with Service, Economy and Durability r T the recent Madison Square Garden Automobile Show, New York, the New Self Start-Zr-u inff Hudson "33" attracted the attention of New York millionaires, known as the "Upper 100" in society, to the extent that deliveries were made to some of the wealthiest at the closing of the show. They found "plenty of style" and convenience on the new Self Starting Hudson "33" that could not be found on any other automobile AT ANY PRICE. That Was Elegance and Convenience Frank J. Gould wired the Hudson factory to ship at once, a Torpedo four passenger Hudson "33" for use in one of his big companies That Was for Service. 10,000 miles made on less than $1 up keep, (5,000 over Indiana, Ohio and Michigan on less than $2 up-kccp,arc records just made by the new Self-Starting Hudson "33"....

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

tit ' - Autos owned in Amarillo in 1904 2 Investment in autos in Ama rillo 1 904, approximately $2,000 Autos owned in Amarillo in 1912 370 Investment in autos, equip ment and stock in Amarillo 1912, together with hire in cident to ownership, ap proximates $596,400 OLDSIWQBILE MUDLARK OVEH FAGTDRY STARTS OH MEW CAHEEB : CURES FOR EMPLOYES The u-li'hr.itc.l oMm-iP ;! Win,! lark" lias just start-.-. 1 on ;iii..tlier tarc r. Like 1 1 .- ihuv.tH.iI "'tnc Horn.' Shjiy" t he "Minllaru" yc-ms to h:ve li"cii Imilt with 'unl Ftrcn.'th In every Mirt. After hav ing weathered all the troul' and trials of a South' rn trip In tnid-w In ter, of tho yv.ls lOOC-l'm;, anl afterwards havln? undergone unmet- IN-'tll.i'l: t i. . I I f I, I U fi, (l i!cr t.t wiirl; i ( v . .Air llltel-st in tin Ev'TVtlilli: ous non-stop runs and wrn n wore tin- fuetnrv force for one n-thud of or more or reliability test., thin car f T T fi II 3 Autocrat, 4-Cylinder I lid cssit y of h;i i:r :tnd ccriti tit - il .i or al th...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 5 May 1912

PAGE EK.IIT. 4MAWU DAILTJTKWgSl AV. MAV 1012. f ( Jl o m 0U see em ( jU I wherever you go I you see them i MODEL "T" TOURING CAR $690.00 F.O.B. DETROIT. DON'T FOOT IT FORD IT! It's almost as economical and you'll get there quicker, safer, easier. The Ford has made the horse and buggy a lavish extrava gance. It's the peoples car and 75,000 new Fords will go into service this year. AND MIND YOU this there is no other car like the Ford Model T. It's lightest, rightest-most economical. The two-passenger car costs but $590, f.o.b. Detroit, complete with all equipments, the five-passenger but $690. WHY BUY A FORD? YOU ARE ASKED to buy a Ford car for what it will do, based upon what it has done. You are asked to buy a Ford car, because it is a better car not because it it a cheaper car. You are asked to buy a Ford car because it is the product of Henry Ford, who is considered the world over to be the one great genius in the automobile industry the man who has forced refinement and improvem...

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