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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 16 May 1912

PACK MX AMAfUlXO IMILT KKWH. THl'ItKliAY. MY l. 191S, W PLANS NEW 10 mm Extension of Wichita Falls & Northwestern To Pass Through Panhandle A'ihlU Falls. T . Ma I''. - evidence of the evparihion poll'y of Missouri. Kansan 4 Texas, It is enno imert her- 0 at I In- WWhlli Falls ai'.'l Northwestern railroad, hih was a-mured I' the llawPy. Trumbull Intercuts several nrontliif apo, is to l' extended to Louver. It proposed lo iiinkf It on" of the most liiKtri.llll line,) ''I l in- M inhii'i i, rau- wi4 A Texas nvstern. At tli" line i;i rat I a. ih a' 'I'ilrvil ly its pre.- Tit ow n rTi )' I'-.i'l a I'-ru'Hi of I'M loll:, e-iIii.mv- .( t e Wichita J-'aliH an I toutnern division, which, runs !i from this plain to N'-wcaHilc, fo'V Ujtst rt Hon Ih l lut; r; jj i 1 1 .' rivl on on the xt nuloii throurh ' horna, word ha!riir been recived bore that It ) as entered leav r nun t. shl'h borders' tli" Teias I'aii .andle on tho north, arid that It will e continual In a ! i r- t lit" to I eer. a d...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 16 May 1912

ONE CENT A WORD FOR FIRST INSERTION DULY NEWS W A XT Al STATIONS. Leave your Want Ads lit any of these station! for prompt servhe They will do ths rest: OWL DRUG STORE. Durban- an and Fourth streets. BASS GROCERY STORE, 15th and Flerrs street!. L. W. NEWTON, '8tb and Pierre streets. ELLIS L HARRIS, . IS N. Buchanan street. LOST AM) POUND. RATE One cent a word first Inser tion, one-half rent a word each sub' sequent Insertion. LOST Between JackBon street and German Grocery, $6 In Mils. Heturn to Daily News office. Reward. 1C5-2C FOUND A better location for a sood clean carriage paint shop. H09 Monroe St. F. I. Porland, proprietor. I6.)-tff HELP WANTED. KATE-One cent a word first ItiFer tlon. one-half cent a word each sul eequent insertion. WANTED. RATE One rent a word first Inser tion, one-naif cent a word each sub sequent Insertion. WANTED Sewing Work guaranteed. (,09 Harrison. 162-8p W A NT F.I Some vendors' lien notes or a few food loans; 11? E. f.th. F. M. Iefforre. 1; WAMI l Thr...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 16 May 1912

All ARILLO nAH.Y NEWS. TlltlLHIiAV. MAY l. 112 TO JATER DATE Races Postponed Following Visit of J. Alex Sloan Yesterday PAGE FOUR r.TEETOEFERREO The world greatest raclntt organ ization, beaded In Louis Wabrow, tru noted daredevil and the grtat 2'9 II. P. Jay-Eye-See speed rrcallon, will not b '-n In Amarillo on May 22. ah waa planned arid formerly an nounced some time ago. J. A. Sloan, wanaj'-r of Olsbrow, and tre famous Rroup of cars head ed by Jay-Eye-See spent moat of Tuesday in conference with members of the Panhandle Auto Fair associ ation and trips were made to the to mile, speedway In both the morning .and afternoon. Tbo racing inanamr wanted to iiva ;ip to Ms contract hut when he saw 4hf trade and explained what lad I') J done to put It In realinesg for the jLpjvwran' e of liU hi? azicregatlon of r-rs and star drivers. It was decided .o jwstpone rhe rices until later. The recent heavy rains have wanh t the tra'k down In several shire ..nd left other partg of the surface :-v...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 17 May 1912

AMAMLLO DAILY NEWS VOL. III. NO. !. AMARILLO. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 17. lilt. PRICE FIVE CENTS 5 IE DIES HEXT I'JEEK Ueport of Three AlienUtey Leaves little Hope for A, Doomed Slaver GOVERNOR FOSS OF MASSA CHUSETTS WILL NOT RE FER THE CASE TO EXE CUTIVE COUNCIL. iy Associatrd Press. Ronton, Mass., May 10. -Clarenct V. T. Richeson was sane at the time he killed Avis Linnell and is sane at the present time, but in a Mat bor tfrring on insanity through fear, ac cording to reports by three alienists made public at the State House to aight. (fovernor Fos will not refer the nf of Richeson to the executive council for clemency. Richeson is due to die in the elec rie rhair some time next week. Boston. May 16. The crime for hlch Clarence Vigil Thompson Rlefcewn. at the time of hto arreat IMtor of the Immanuel Church of Oambrldge, waa sentenced to die in lao electric cralr, was the confessed mnrder of his former sweetheart, of 19 years. Avis Linnell, of Hyannis. a pupil In the New England Conser...

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

MHtl.lAf fiAll.T JCKWh. t:uv t If? Mi BEAUTIFUL HI i ICHESQN SINE i I inent ' ..l,rr f..r the 1 1 in Christian AT SILL HOST DIES NEXT WEtK . SIMI I I 111 MKMV 1 1 iK. ii n:. t i i:ks afternoon of Oc the Young Wo Assoclatlon rooma. Ki. In -on landlady admitted her li.:ir'lT I .i'l returned a towel to her with the remark that she bad better wash It thorounblr at It had been ofif to nit x pas'.; whl'h bad eontiln- tlu.T.M-1 fri.nds and asocia'e I.U M po.n. in' mom '" ; a,t .i-.r,i wpl.-i.ed. li i--n to i-: y dence. N.mr. ram from William court 10 M imm Vlol. t Kdmar.ds of llahn. a driMlst of Newton Center i .. - . f Mi,. :ruii !am a rr'.eml lI Hicneson. Aiioruinn wlaiy fi-' ei I I flKlK HIP, H uuuKuiri ' . - . v it.i, ir n,hn K lie hi .n cam to n m four l realize Kdm.u.d. a promiM-m ..,,,. ..., """" "J H. .f tl.ft Nl'WtOll I tl-J - WlS lfl'r lUf I.HM1TI. Rill 'I 41.. J from wli'h lin n w:i iinr.s inm;ti i ( oiitiii K 'l from I'aite 1 . mui r i m n:. v-(. k, u any to iT.l V, ,! M.'- l.T...

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

ir;L five. AMAMLI.O MILT rfEWtf- LIVE BASE BALL AND SPORTING NEWSF FIIIII HEBE TO MEET lively Mat Contest Prom ised at Grand Opera House Tonight Inn. the middleweight champion of Colorado, who is matched to mc.'t llraiison, welterweight champion wrt'tler, at the Grand Opera House tonight, arrived ia Amarillo Thursday ever-Miff. He is apparently in fin form, and has all the earmarks oi a man hard t" brat, l inn expresses coii iidcrcc in his ability to make Dran on ixtcnd himself M the limit. Finn ha participated in ','' matches and bee:, defeated only tliree time, and ii. ti.cn rase by men much heavier than hinrelf. Finn was defeated at Den ver by iSoh Managoff, who weighed 196 pounds, and twice defeated at ("ripple C reek, once by Adolph Frnst and ence by Chicago Sandow. Eranson ha been in Amarillo do inf light training for the past week. He expresses not only confidence but willingness to meet any and all com er?, not only at his weight, but will give twenty pounds to any wrestler ...

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

I'.M.K TWO. BEAUTIFUL llll AT SMALL COST: A SIMI I.I TIIK MAM 1:1 mmv ih.ai iitir.s . m:rs ihmh;i rv JAM l. M Mil. ...... "7. ' ... ... ...... nnai a pnv n ...... people with thin, or atreakt-d with wlnv liair fclcd i :irooKiiii'. a mmmn . .rv' aid 'realif'Edit.and-t. a prominent liaptlat lay ' ' . . f - i !.. Vr.utlili TIlMJ. that most of h-f I oft. gloiny, a v,'t n .J r. t i.-.,r i,t l.e.iu- tlful (c.-r ard 1 mre if t i v would but ttiH proi-r t r a t ni r. t TN-re la no nf esshy f'ir w.y hair under Ixtv-flve usm f ai.'. nr. I tier" If BO erui for nroi-- vfmn;; or old, having tl.ln. itrasglinr hair, Htbfr full of dandruff or h-.nv nnd nnk nvl1ins 'h cxt r-t-f!Y ol! Yen can l.rir:? la k the natural -!.r tt w ir h.-ilr In a few dav and i.'l forecr rid y.irlf of ftry tlar. li 'iff and Ioom halra. and makp your hair grow ftrong and beautiful lr unln WyetrTa fane and Sulphur Hair km dy. K.t Kcri'-rationg common gar den Sag has been unci for restor ing and rreM-rvlw; the olor of the bal...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 17 May 1912

11 AM1RII.LO DAILY NEWS, IWfiE 1-IVE. frnmn I TFI I I HUNK 401. Pulling Off A Job By Claudia SUaon One of the nir.t elaborate functions of the raou wa the beautiful break fast given by Mrs. John V. Veale ye1 tenlay morning iroin 11 a. m. to i . m., anm-tincing the rna;,'iniciU f Mis Lticyle Veale to Mr. If. J. lion fer, June 11. VJVi. Tin- drcoratimi were beautiful an J tlal ( rate, and nothing lovelier can 'e imagined than the gathering of j-rct-tily gowned KirU around the fctive board, with Mis Liicyle looking bean in an appropriate morning gown, as the cente rattraction. I'ink carna tion were the flowers utd and ma es of the,e were ed throughout. lom a banW of fern in the center the table four white satin streai'i ers were extended to the corners and from thee card- were drawn which read, "Henry .1. Houer, his fate soon we shall ce." The second, "For the pir! i t be Luycle." Third, "Lflvilc i a fcirl who nuit have her way, o June 11 i to be the day." Fourth. "The dre.it Lakes i w...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 17 May 1912

AMARJ1A0 DAILY NZTV'B, Wire and Wireless Now Leave No Spot of Civi lization Untouched Democratic Women of Wash ington to Give Notable Harmony Feast Old Wooden Frigate "Wa bash" To Oe Reduced to Junk PACK SIX lITil I Mil doom nine nine in FAMOUS VESSEL tVathtugtoii Out- man In Waatilna; ton ( In touch, bj mire and wlreleae. with eyery lornrr of the I'nlted Sta'- een up to farthest Nodid, Alaska And this aame man, by wins nd alreleha, Ik In touch with th h(!' aorld -with n,e li or ren hiiPfirel wlrel- ; : rtb h atiore, sta '.Ion" KtiT'-i all over the globe, not 10 m ak of ibe iii-r,ilor on the ablpa tS'i ri: of tin kW.Iih if tie d'- lrcil and If t Knvern nn-i I k Ii j . . v - li i in hi- KHlary In the ! .irtm-tit of war to orilirwl, 'hi mil nitiUI vntd tin- oira'or In Ktttirt. Muiiif. the ll.irvar l 1'iiiver. alty uliorator) , f i IikMIiIi Skunk" f lli- llnjcliah in,m. with the Kua liar, vtatioti lit Vladivostok. Siberia; will I'erlm or anlliHi, antiie miles to the Koulhwaid If It aa ...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 17 May 1912

AMARILJiO DAILY NEWS. PAGE SEVEN. Wherein Scoop Interviews a Hold-up flan in Broad Daylight r5fX(-'TXE."H &CVCNYH NCWSMTM &OY DATS t,F t J I - I HeUlT 6e. Mt ITS Ian oe "n utrv abiuk I Nausea cure uttultoWJ AT Mt MUD AViNUCWM Vi-VNtRve -MOwOlN I J .1 V MUCX - mj up m day .wVri 09 rc win- I 'H ..,. op- A ir rt story- J 4Mu&Hx V ' optws tsru.) f m.up i. rrv II A ONE CENT A WO RD FOR FIRST INSERTION If You Are in Doubt a Trial Will Convince you that Daily News Classified Ads Surely Get Results--12 Words Three Times, 25c HALF CENT A WORD AFTER FIRST INSERTION DAILY NEWS W ANT AI) STATION'S. Lear your Want Ads at any of three station for prompt service. They will do the real: OWL DRUO STORE, Buchan- an and Fourth streets. BASS OROCERT STORE, 16th and Plerca streets. L. W. NEWTON, .'8tb and Fierce streets. ILLIS t IIARR13, I S N. Dnchanan street. liOKT AM) FOUND. RATE One rent a word first Inser tion, one-half cent a word each tub sequent Insertion. FOUND A tetter location for...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 17 May 1912

y pr.K vovn TlllllSDAV. MAY 1. 112 -A A Women who bear children and re nal healthy are those who prepars their systems In sdvanca of baby's comtnc- Unless tha mother aids natar In lu pre-natal work th crlals tnds bar system unequal to the de wads mads upon It, and she la often Ufl with weakened health or chronic ailments. No remedy la ao truly a help to nature aa llothar'a Friend, aad bo tiaactant mother ahould fall to h It It telievea tha pain and discomfort cauaed by tha atrala oa th ligaments, nakea pliant and elaa- Ue thoaa Bbrea and mute let which aatara la expanding, pretests aumb- aeea of llmba. and soothes tha InBaav aaatloa of braaat glands. Tha system tela; thua 'prepared by Mother's Prteod dlipela tha fear that tha crlala may not bo aafely met. Mother's FrWnd atiuree a speedy and complete recovery for the mother, and abe Is left a healthy woman to enjoy the rearing of her child Mother's 7Kftt. Friend la aold at PUslUoaTS drag storaa. T7-Xv1 Write for our free If afiUa-J b...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 18 May 1912

AMARILLO DAILY NEWS VOL. III. NO. 189. AMARILLO, TEXAS. SATURDAY, MAY 18. 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS FEDERALS PI I Decisive Engagement Ex pected Almost Daily Be tween Main Forces III INK FIGURE TUNCTION OF THESE WITH GOVERNMENT FORCES EX PECTED TO HARASS REAR OF REBEL ARMY I Associated Ptesa. El l'asu, Tex.. May 17. Should plans of Federal commanders be con summated, the rebel army of General Orozco will be hemmed in on all sides at the opening of the big tngagement, which is expectd daily between the main forces on both sides. It was learned today that Federals have six hundred men, mostly Yaqui 'ndians. who should strikea point on tiic railroad between Chihuahua and .lin.uu, the rebel base. A junction with this force is expected from the tast. I'm 'tli bodies will harra the r t lei rear. During the lut two days there have ! ren frequent disturbances of tele graph and railroail communication be hind Orozco, indicating that the gov enment is aiming to cut off the re in at of Orozco. Disp...

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. — 18 May 1912

AMARILL4I DAILY N1.W8. 3 UIICLE SI IS II J. W. KEARBY Attornay-st-Law CIVIL AND CRIMINAL, PRACTICE PHONE 71 Heavy Purchases by leading Kims for Equipment Material Grant'sOriginalTieldOrdcrs Among Many Inter, esting Momentoa pc.r tm. BIC RUHS SITU SHOW OPTIMISM RELIC III1BEF! HOLDS MH The Old Oaken Bucket Filled to the brim with cold, clear purity no such water nowadays. KxConvict ant Alleged Slayer Awaiting Pre liminary Hearing FORD TAXICAB SERVICE FATES 2oc and 50c or $2.50 by the hour. Phone 301 -Pink's Cigar Store -OR- Garage Phone 161, ICE Made by Panhandle Packing Company I have just opened an ice business of my own and so licit the business of all buyers of ice in any quanity. J. W. GARRETT PHONE 88 N. S. GRIGGS EXCLUSIVE UNDERTAKER Ail kltitlt of Knuiral Hup yuf nr rniliHlnmr furnltiifil to l pnrta r.f th l'atihn JIp by nrtt tmlti or auto lrft ttixk of Cnnkfin and Coffin Id ortbwtt TfiMi Work, kooU H ad prl titrantvd to'f ! if !) rtv unit Dlcht Ii PHONE 250 y "o - Groceries E...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 18 May 1912

AMARIM.O DAILY !KV8 I'AfiK THHEB. FAMOU&IIEADrA OnMAJOK IfAOUt OfANONDS By -WILD BILL- DONOVAN, Veteran Pitcher Detroit Tigen. Whc It Considered One of the Best of the Pat Gall Hurlen the Came Ha Ever Known. Ttr :iK' . f V I cv ,- 1: ! r i a:, h- xp'iii:" ,1 It 1 ,t,.- i thi.Mj thir.v.- liia' will 1.iH- : in ('. ' ball, i,o iTi.it i r h" titri,.!l a t:. ' may t.pure out n play or how well In ni; T V'!!! It tiff It was t!i- tou.u!; .-' tbinv; that ever li . . j riI to me In ban I'.-Jl ami I always will believe J' was the play that beat us out of a worlds hanipionshiii. Anyhow, it kept i.t- from wlnninn th first world's t hainj Kinship f:anie we ever were in. atid tcri.ed the whole series an.ili.xt uk The fad that I did exactly hat 1 wuLted to dn, and then lost ihe ptl ty It, doesn't make it feel any akr. It was tbe first game of our first world's series against the Culm, which was the ;rcatesi cam In many re spects, I ever saw or took part la. It was sIfo the nior.t heart brcnkii...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 18 May 1912

X TACK Fol'll AMAItlLLO DAILY XEWH. ifllL Dl HEWS ROUSING MEETING Of till AN IM'KI KM'JINT !FMOrHA TIC Owned mill I'iiMMimI hjr 1HI' MIMI.l o Pt III ro. C rnT Sixth am! Trlr Strwft. JO' orporat'd rnd r th l.a of ti e Stat or Turn, Capital Stoe k ii'iO. sritNriiii'Tiox i:ti:s. Te I 'ally .w will he d IS carrUr anv where in Amariilo, or ty mall outbid- of th c ity, frr I a year, or '' f-ntn a north, in .iilMti"- TH.I 1'IIOM.s. Biulnrvn )ff If 171 Editorial I'oom 4 I BorP'v F.!tfr 14 Elrt Mornlnjr NewFpp.pi-r in tli Amariilo Country. Coven tr.- Pan handle of T xas, EaaN-rn New MexW, Bo ithern Colorado and Western Okla. noma from twelve to twenty-four bourt l.i advance of Ix-nvrr, Italian, FV)rt Worth. Oklahoma City nnd other paper carrying telegraphic dlfat' h'i El I'rc id tit . H I ii'jiU tin: ImiiiI.i r of ',.n imt.t. pre-iled oy.-r an inter--t.t k 'urn i.f tin nrj.tn iatioti -1 f r I.i y afternoon, at whnh in,..- , .- In -i.l nt I: I V. are, Iri.innr l'i Whtatl-y, S-, rrtary I) 1 . ...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 18 May 1912

AMARI1.LO DAILY XKU'l. PAG 12 FIVE. J rn.KrunvK 4i 7 Personals Mis Ldith I latn entertained the Senior class Thursday at 4 p. in. in the sttt'ly hall r.f the high school. The class flower, the daisy, was used for decoration. A salad class followed by cream ami cake was sened after which the following toasts were fjien: 1. tir t la" President, Martha Mullen. 2. f'reiIent I'liurito, May P.ea on, Mary Clark. 3. Senior Class, Miss Whitman. ... To the Post-Graduate, Caniille Ko'iuemore. 6. Our Superintendent, P.radley Kimbrough. ?. The School Hoard, I.oie Keeves, s. The Cap Rock, Mr. Syron. 9. The Faculty, Louise Russell. The Seniors F.lect, Rachel Ken- 10. dall. 11. 12. Vacation, M. Faulkner. 1012 College Freshmen. Miss Robnctt. 13. Our Hostess, Ruth Dimick. Aside from the senior clas and fac ulty the gnc-ts included Miss Mac Drown, Mis J'.cssie Robnctt, Mr. Hig inbotliam and Mr. Owen. Catherine Owen, F.nid Sugertoii, Louise Sullenburger, Willie Kate, Meador and Carrie Trollingcr of the...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 18 May 1912

PAGE SIX AMARILLO DAILT NEWH. I SUCCESSOR 1 I President Taft W ill Not Ap- pointl'ersonal Aide 4 Hat Present Experience in ls6S KecaM cd by Death of Col. DeCourcey ahinton.--Troldent Talt doea Clatend at ptH-ut to appoint a pr l mlliurjr aid to eucceod MaJ Urhlbald W. Hull, who went down to Ida death In 1 h tea at the tiiin of Ik Titanic dlaaaWr It U Mr Taft tfttenflon t (all on ono of oeveral Jeo'irfi an:.y ofWrra or raw! ofTirera Ttot irn ti t:ii for mti I' It Tr, .1 'rtb !,'' ll l.r V't III' ' ol'iflfl f '! 1: 1 11. 1 I. lo 'r;MV a I ' n t S' .11 mini ofV er l.o ha been on he t 1 1 r . I I. for f en' one yea ) I a ) if ; l 1 V,l -iif ! I if I'o'in waul . 1 l.o I'liii.ii l r ' h J Mi I p'Iv K ';if'" to fl;H fO'if-'TT , ' ' . tt -ifl'l o j ' i t ;i:ofi ,i' 1:1 v I v. I. I :.vr I,!- OCT a - I;. ' op :in,' lift f: If ffta'ra l i f t, . 1 IlO V a i'l I I.I or e 'I i .11 v Wo. t 1 "., I. 1! - 'n oath of tinrer To the war depart men Colonel S.ever reiort the r'l nT ff m"t'-?n rn.i'-jr f...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 18 May 1912

AMAMIXO DAILY NEWS. rAUE SEVEN. It Listens Like Spring Fever (scoop! , n-m PROFESSIONAL CURDS H. V. ROBERTSON CO. Accountant, Auditor and Systen.ilcrs. Amarilie. Titi Albuquerque, N.M. Bot.311 Boi 70 ONE CENT A WORD FOR FIRST INSERTION If You Are in Doubt a Trial Will Convince you that Daily News Classified Ads Surelv Get Results-12 Words Three Times, 25c HALF CENT A WORD AFTER FIRST INSERTION J Hits, ( lit Ml! KILLOUGB Rooms 1, 2 and 3, Blvlns Bulldlae Practice Mrnltrtl to KYE, EAR, NOSE AM THROAT Phone AON. DULY NEWS WANT AD STATIONS. Leave tout Want Ads at any of these ftatiom tor prompt servlre. They will do tbe rest: OWL DRFQ STORE. Buchan an and Fourth streets. BAPS GROCERY STORE. U.th and T'lene streets L. W. NEWTON. '8th and Fierce streets. ELLIS . HARRIS. . '3 N. Buchanan street ioi: i:fnt. iois sue. mim ri.i .WKors notices. FOR RENT .Sav l.ov se. 17('4 Bi eh.'i.an. K rn.tij'.'l HT-tp FOR RENT To pet.: It- man enly, dou ble or sinzle rwm. 7'M Fillmore. Mrs. D. C. I'rhiJy. 1...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 18 May 1912

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Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Amarillo daily news. — 19 May 1912

AMARILLO DAILY NEWS VOL.111. NO. 170. AMARILLO. TEXAS, SUNDAY, MAY 19,1911. PRICE FIVE CENTS ARMIES DRAW G H Rebel and Federal Forces MovingTogether for De cisive Battle FIGHT fiUHOlS THICKEN OROZCO ORDERS TROOPS TO WAIT FOE NO LONGER BUT TO ADVANCE FOR ATTACK Hy AwociUfd Pre. LI Paso, Tex., May Is. Spread over the territory between the Ameri can border and points four or five hundred miles south, the Mexican revolution tonight presented an aspect of decisive military operations. The main army of the rebels tonight is at Kcllano and Escalon, on the Mexican Central.. Along the same read nearby are the federal columns. Hourly the armies are creeping to ward each other, with the Rebels ap parently on the defensive and await tng attack. Intimates of total forces on both "ides are ten to fifteen thousand men. The Federals arc bent on getting in behind Oroszco's army to isolate him from Chihuahua, the mo-t important city under rebel control. Hands of Federals arc sweeping down from the ea...

Publication Title: Amarillo Daily News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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