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AMUtll.lO HAILT NEWS MTTCDAY, JAXt'AIlY l 1011.
Society Items from
Miss Pearl Raney and Mr. E. D
Trimble, Rev. II. T. Money ofticiat-
The marriage iu held m the
home of the bride's brother. L. G.
Raney. was a q,uct one, there being;
only a few of the most Intimate
friend g present.
The bride has made her home In
Childress for tome years and la a
popular youn- lady, numbering be
friends by the score. She bas taken
a prominent part In the work of the
organizations of the Baptist church
for some time. The t room la con
nected with the A'ama Express Co.,
hiring; worked In Children for some
months, later rolng to Atnartllo
thence to Fort Worth, where he Is
till connected w ith the company. Il
ls an honest, uprlcht young man and
ha8 a larje circle of acquaintance
here who will Join In wishing
the you i) ft couple a Ion? and happy
Mrs G S. Rlonnt was hostess to
The Went End Forty-two Club on
Saturday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Dis
plte th cold t.ltxzard thar Has o'l
quite a few Invited cnosts came. Four
tabl.4 -eri arranged for playlrg and
after a few minutes chat In tho cozy
living room, score cards were passed
Mind were soon as interested In play
lnff Forty-two. At the close ,f the
Time It was found that Miss Melon
Dyche had won eight games cut oi
nine, remaining at head table seven
The evont terminated by serving of
a delicious salnd course consisting of
butter sandwiches, French salad,
olive and coffee.
Meadamcs Jones. Favton. Ttryari
and I a Is: Misses Graham nnd Plan
ton Pmlth. and Mat le Wyatt wvre In
After assuring Mrs. Flornt of the
pleasant afternoon spent, the club
adjourned to meet with Miss Hhnrhe
Bovd January 19.
One of the most enjoyable affalvi
of tho past week was the fr.rewell
narty that Mrs. Guy Wnde pave a
her home last Monday afternoon to
her friends." Feven tables were ar
ranged for the fascinating game of
Forty-two. after dainty score cards
were passed the guests soon busily
eneaeod in the rame, when tb
games were counted, Mrs. Judge
Howard had won high score. Mrs.
Wade served p. dainty salad eours.
Mrs. Marshall Tataum has post
poned the meeting of the Maid and
Matrons at her home until tho 26th.
on account tf the sickness -of her
On Wednesday evening of last
week nt f:4'i at the home of the
brldo occurred the marrlaro of Miss
Etta Ploan nnd Mr. Crales F.vnns Th
cercmonv waa performed by Rev. H.
W. Dodson of the First Method!:
church. Mendelssohn's wedding
marrh was played by Miss Kdna
Slcan. Only the Immediate rela
tives of the bride ami croon were
The brldo i the beautiful ard ac
complished daughter of Mr. rnd Mrs
C. L. Sloan of this city and numbers
her friends by her acquaintance.
Thi groom Is a promising voung
business ma pof this county and has
a bright future before him.
After the ceremony congratula
tions were extended: nfter which re
freshnent, were served. A fine ar
ray of presents attest the esteem li
which the yottnt: folks are held and
will serve as n life Ions: memertoes.
The many friends of the bride anl
groom will Join us In "wishing Iher.
a long, pleasant and prosperous life
V. W. T.. M. Meeting.
Tho regular C. W. II. M. merlin-;
was with Mrs. 1. Ciyde Wright
Thursday afternoon. The st.wly be
ing Prrto Rico, the country, the peo
ple ad thp work of the Christian
Women's Hoard of Missions. After
the stricture reading nnd prayr bv
the ! nder, Mis. Howard. Mr. Sultl.
lOO pieces of new Book Fold Amoskeag
in Plain, Shepherd Plaid, Stripe and
Scotch, which will be on sale today, Sat
urday, January 13th.
12 1-2 cents regular price
Sale Price 1 0 cents.
gave a gagraphlra! sketch of I'orto
Rbo, Mrs. Wright ted.', f tb pVM1'.
t t this far any island. Llllo'.t
lol l something ot what tk rhnt!in
rople have done for tbe I'oito Ki
Uiis The acdoety had as visitors
Mrs. DUckwcll and Mrs. Ear) C.
lohmon After the meeting adjocra
cd an hour was spent In solal con
versation during which time dainty
refreshments wers setved bv Mrs
Wright assisted by llttV Mlsj Ve!
ma Greene. ,
On Thursday evening of lact week
James D. Wilson and Mrs. Minnie
Montgomery were quietly married nt
the Methodist parsonage, the cere
monsr being performed by Rev It. W.
Do.lson. The bride is a very popular
lady having lived In Memphis from
childhood where she has made many
The groom Is a young liner
man who has been living In Memphis
for several years and Is a worthy
young man lth a bright future bo
The happy couple went ort to th
ranch of Jo Montgomery and ncn".
several days, but have returned o
The n any friends of th bride ard
nrioiii will Join the Heme rat in
wafting them their warmest oneru
tulatljns and best wishes, for n ha
pv and prosperous life
Mr. ar.l Mrs. S .O. Cock entertain
ed a party of friends with ar. elabor
ate dinner a their home in North
Mrlean on Wednesday tvening of
this week. Covers mete laid for
twclv) and a most pleasing menu
At the conclusion of tbe dirtier n
game of progressive hlnh-fle was In
augurated and furnished amusement
for the guests until a late hour. Mrs
R. F. Horsey was ihe winner f the
favor, a beautiful hand-painted dish
while to R F. Horrcy fell th some
what doubtful honor of tbe bonbv"
a lobster mayors! we dish. Ti e fcl
lowiiiK guests were present1
Mr and Mrs. R. E. Horsey, Mr
nnd Mrs. J. H. Horton, Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Richardson, Mrs. R H. Collier,
Miss I.inlle Horton. Carlle Cook, C.
n. Hedslck and Mr. and Mrs. S. O.
t ook. t
Miss Haisy Murray and Miss Fyron
of Jericho were here this week the
guests of Mrs. H. C. Gardenhlre
Erwin Randy of Hnllas was her?
the first of the week, the guest of
his sister. Mrs. Will H. Lnngley.
.Ism i. Jellies and condiments of the
highest class at prices no higher than
you are often asked to pny for thj
Inferior kind. Griffin Grocery. M-tfc
We jMinrantee our coal- quality
and weight. Iletier order today.
Kenvcn Grain & Ccnl Co., phone 7S.
lime thie white fnr ilcr.r.rd up
by Aten's Dry Cleaning. ."9-lc
ii iii i'ii i-i nt'tii-; 1'iir iu ,jii
note, a present, a parcel or make a
llvery of any kind Ring IIS: we
e the esndv kids. IMfc
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sre the esndv kids
It's full weight anil t:.i waits when
you order your conl from us Ken
yen Grain & Coal Co.. phono 7fc
WAXT ADS. TtM LA 'IF TO
W ANTI.'D To buy a good second
band sowing machine; phono 4 77.
FOR SALE IIS Victor phonograph
with SI records cheap; f.03 Fierce.
F(R RENT Offices In Clnnslo
buildlng: steam heat; one 9 room
modern hotiso and several not mod
rn: Molynenux. room f, ciians'n-r
Hide . phone f.f.S. !!-.
FOR SALE Newspaper, k"! Fan
Handle town; offblnl county paper
would trade for bind; Invest Kate
litis: 2.M Daily News. !:;
Cor. 5th and Polk.
The meetin? of the Library Board
announced f be held this afternoon
at 5 o'clock at the llhrary. will bf
pestporel rctil Mondsy afternoon,
when a Food atterd;mce Is urged to
Th Marv Jennnes Circle af the
First Christian chimb, will meet this
sfternoon at S oio k
Clemma Rllllngsloy. at
WILL TKK rUISONKK
L. J. Rolton received Instruction
yesterday from the federal authori
ties to stsrt today with W. M radic
ett, for nirmlnfham. Alahama. near
which place it Is alleged the young
man burglarized a post office seven
years aso. Deputy United States Mar
shal Bolton has deputized G. M. Led
ford to assist him in the removal of
the prisoner to Alabama.
A G-rlTwild MMnisht It Me.
To warn peonle of s. fsrf :l f;iret
fire In the Catsklllr a ynti kID
rode horseback at ml 'nicbt and sav
ed many lives, .'lei dee I was yl--rlous
bi't lives are often sat el by
Dr. Klny's New r!"omy !n fi-rln
l-ng troitlle. roi-'bs an 1 colds,
which nilcht h've ended In cons'.itip
tlo n or pne'.'nonla. "H cured me
f a drealfiil eo-:i end bin? div
erse." wrl'e-, V. U. Fatteron, 'el
llnzton Tev., ' after four In o. r fam
ily ha-l died with coriHumi tion. and
I rained 91 po-n'ls." Nothing so
si're and safe for all th-o it and lung
trovblfs. ITI-e Rrr rrA '.ro. Trl.tl
bottle free tii'-uantcei! b Amrrillo
Dr. C. L Porch of Glazier is vis
Itlng with friends In Aniarllla.
E. V. Harding left yesterday even
ing for a visit of ten d ivs !n Kansas'
C'tv, St. Lot: Is and Chtao.
Dr. E. A. "Johnston left 'ast i vn
Ing for Hillas. and will return to
.mnrtllo Sunday. While there Dr.
Johnston will confer with meningitis
Let ii clean your white furs and
plush coats Aten's Dry Cleaning.
0)sters. fish and poultry as well
as choicest cuts of beef and pork
always at our market. Crlfflu Gro
Out of conl? Ordr now and we'll
et It to you rU-ht awav. Knyon
Grain & Coal Co., Thone 7S r.l-tfc
WtiXLW AHKKS11H OX
"I'AXIiKHIXti" ( II AltCi:
Dell Da!n, better known to the of.
fleers ss Relle Foster, was arrested
yesterday afternoon upon warrant
based on .grand Jury Indictment,
charging "pandering." the exact na
ture of the nlloratlon belnr that th'
woman had caused her ovn daugh
ter to be used Immorally, In thl city.
This Is the frrst arrest In Amnrlllo
tinder this new law, which was a
(oo.-tion of the enactments of the
Texas legislature of 1911, The of
fense with which the womnn rtand.
charred. Is punishable V-y fine of
from five yenrs In tho penitentiary
up, the limit ns to maximum being
In be bands of the Jury.
This Is the first Indictment to be
returned to the court by the grand
Jury during the p'esent term. The
arrest of the woman waa followed
khortly bv her Incarceration In the
Frightful Folsr Winds i
l lour w 1th f errlMo force ?.t the far i
I north and phv havoc with the skin. I
raising red, rough and sore chapped !
hands and Hps. that need Ducklen'S
Arnica Sah to heal them. It makes!
the skin soft nn l smooth. Fnlvaled'
for cold sors, ulcers cuts, bruises
and ptles. Only 2S rents at Amnrlllo
Funik'atlnS Denntll Tlieat
I For the protection of their pa
jtrons the mnnacomont of the Deandl
(Theatre are fumigating their pop
liar place of nnit'sement dally. Those
who en lev goo.J shows need nut be
afraid of contacloits diseases, as ev
ery precaution Is taken for their wel
! Kansas City Grain.
Kansas Citv. Mo.. Jin. 12. Wheat
; May It. 01 1-S; .lulv 02 7-Sc: oats,
sfeadv: No. V. white. r0i?5lc; No.,
j 2 mlved t9T? 49ic .
T D. Mpseomh of Flnlnvlew Is In
Amarlllo the geest of hl son. T. I.
I.lrscorrh, or.e of Amarlllo's merch
ants PM1 Per Plate.
was paid nt a bnnoeet to Henry Clay,
In New Orleans In 1S42. Mighty cost
1 for those with stomach treble or
Indigestion. Todav people every
where use Dr King's New Life PI1U
for these troubles as well as liver,
kl inev and bowel disorders. E.sy,'
safe. sure. Only 25 cents at Ama
rlllo Dru? Store.
let n clean your whit furs an I
pl'-sh coats. Aten's Dry Clesnlng.
Try this Rrocery this month for
satisfying goods and pleasing service.
Griffin Grocery. 51-tfc
We want two hundred more club
members this month. Aten's Dry
' TODAY IS THE
We hope the weath
er will be pleasant
so that you may
You'll love those dainty laces and embroideries.
You'll appreciate these lower January White Sale Prices.
Open till 10 O'clock Tonight.
WHITE & KIRK
We have cards showlnjr diagram
of boundaries of all the five ward.i
In Amarlllo and riving number of
fire whistle blasts for each ward. If
yon will write us we will mall you
one or cnll at our office and get one.
Have those white furs cleaned up
by Aten's Dry Cleaning. 59-lo
Itad weather coiniiiu. Let us fill
vour coal bins. Kenycn Grain A Coal
Co., phone 78. 53-tfc
ChoUct ronis and steaks, cut Just
as you want them, In our market.
Griffin Grocery Co. Dl-tfc
flub lloiie hrnnd groceries sold
onlv at this store. Griffin Grocery.
(ray ft Kosu cleaners, pressers. hat
ten.. Phone 522: 304 Fast Fourth
"-tfi-.---.! OO" ...
I'ariirular people find our grocer
ies nnd meats highly satisfying. Grif
Vilict for 1'lalntiff.
In the case of R. V. Davidson u-r-
isus .'. E. Niinn, tried In the county
oi:rt yster('ay, the jjry found for
' plaintiff In the aum of 1730. the ac
tion being one In which breach otf
i untrnet was alleged .
cvrriK i.ssi:s i.h.iit
IX Ll IIIKM K (X)I XTV
By Nwi Staff Correspondent
Lubbock. Tex., Jan. 12. Lubbock
has had so far a stormy winter with
no extreme cold weather and a rnow
fall whtch, while sufficiently heavy
to Insure winter wheat growth, has
not interfered with range atock feed
la?. Cattle are being more or less fed
on mllo male, kafflr, cane and oil
cake considerable of the. rough
feeding being on uncut forage fields.
Losses up to the present are prac
tically nil, and, under any now pos
sible, circumstances, will (be light.
The flftv thousand acres cultivated
In the county last season will bo
swelled this year to sixty thousand
and perhaps seventy thousand
acres, the Increase biln? chiefly In
stock feed stuffs and winter wheat.
Msnv new farmers have come In,
while the older ones are largely add
ing to their farm acreages. This
year's cotton planting will be at leasi
Ask Your Doctor
Stops Palllne Hair An Elegant Dressing
Destroys Dandruff Makes Hair Grow
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
We Told You So.
Ccme in now
before you forget
and get that Suit and
We want onlv
75c on the Dollar
Many other big bargains.
Saylor & Kendall Co.
LAST DAY OF
You'll enjoy seeing
the pretty white fa
brics and Lingerie.
as much aa that of last season-
probably reaching 1,000 acres.
The McWhorter. Daron. Digger
and McMillan pumpage Irrigation
wells will all be In operation this
ear with an aggregate of several
hundred acres under cultivation,
chiefly In alfalfa and garden truck
One or two more of uch wells may
be, also, ready for Irrigated crop
pane this season.
Trobably 250 arret of peanut! will
be planted In the county this sea
son farmers organizing for this
purpose with Individual pledged acre
ages the crop to be chiefly used at
a hog fattener.
w r.i n.vj.t hm i.Aiitn f
IXHAXE IlY JVRORS 1
Inqulrv Into the mental state of
Charles Weldman, in the eoiitJ
court yesterday, resulted In determl
natlQQ Sy the Jury that the defendant
is insane. Investigation of tbe con
dition of Mrs. Crwaford on a similar
count, was continued until today.