AMAR1LL0 DA1UNEWS, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1922.
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l!iDiNlMVT,IM ANI I'AIKY.TAUiH
AT UtlfJWK.Vrt NTOKY HOC K.
Mma Corinne Naxh. who hm hiiro
of thn Mory tellmn liour ut the libra rv
for tha aummur nioniha. nil) confine
her atorfvn to the old. ,-. tr.il,,. npt
Saturday. Tlivrr will I throe ty,.
Of stores r-prr-nid: fairy, knlnht
ml Indian myths. Mm. KIIoim kc
Slamtnt. r will HKxiNt Mi-. Sunk by tll
in$ a niiinlH-r .if upiuopilntp aforira to
thf youngfr group. All children bo.
tsn tliti hrch or atx to twnlve !! r
rr Invlli.l I attend, anil m. urf(J to
I pn-arnt promptly at ;Ju o'clock, Sat
MARRIAf.R A 1 MOOR
Tha high iric of hoia han oftfn
troubled many a fjithrr. hut thf Dal
matian parent I tinconrrrnort. for he
HVer has to buy slua for In daugh
ter. The women there never wear ohoei
Until after th.y are married. 10 the
hoe bills Ml to the huxhand. f:ven
in Wf 11 tu do faniilicn thla Fimlmn nrm.
MfTIIODlST TALENT TO ATPEAR
AT INTKK-Clll KCII Ml'NIC.tb
So niuh tnlent a found In th.'
Mrthotfiat ctiur.h that it wan difficult
to nay whirh was the b.nt. Trolmbly
no other church In the my enjoys ao
wide a range.
rYnni the M.thodit rhiirt-h Mlaa
Rtatrlce Story iippr;nn im lolmlut ol
the evrniDK. Mim. story will be con
nected th the Annrillo IYiIIorp of
Music mxl aeriHon. :he ha atudlsd tx
tenclvely in Chicago and Washington.
1. C, b.'fiili!. having three aeaaona of
rutre-aful t.a.hlnir to her credit.
frder the direction of K. K. Myera.
the Amnilllo M.n'n I'hoial Club quar
tet, compos! cf Frank Nfiller. Rev.
Hurkaby. O. C. Dividxun mid llowurd
Williams will render u aelci tion. This
quartet has been divlured by many to
be fhe bent In Amnrillo.
I'erhapa Mr. T. M. Caldwell enjoya
the distinction of benK the only lady
whlntlinc i loiot in Amaiillo. Mm. Paid
elt fornix? a remaikoMe talent and
will be heard aoloiat ill the Inter
Mlaa Carolyn Rrvant of Wamhaehla
1a render of the fwnlnjr. Hurely the
Methodlota are ell reprfiienred.
A n eater anaemblfiRe of art lata ha
never been presented. Above la only
what the Methodists are nenrtinr The
vnrai nmnbrra will be accompanied by
Mrs. I.ila Auatin Mrere.
CANADIAN C. OF C.
O. V. Vernon, secretary of the Hoard
il C4y jLevi-ln)ineiit; V. X. Hluiiton,
ii tii v for the I'nrliumlle I'lalns
iiatiber'of Commerce, and Krunk Ii.
Imiiimn, iiiatina. r of the Tribune, re
urn.d home yexterdny from Canadian,
vhere -they nttenil.-d a incclliit. of the
'iiRadlan ClmmlH-r of Coinin.-ri-e. Km h
of them made two speet-hes, one each
I the ONlKlUet. anil later euch sMke Ut
he met-tinit h'lil on the mint bouse
awn. The apeakers euihasix.d the
nx. t-ly of Am.'irillo to linprexs itself on
-be Panhandle people as an inttaiul
rt of I'anhundle pnKress. and it waa
ilen cmnhalH, that the I'auhnndle-
IMalna Cbambr of Commerce
to fno.tioo fr the interest of the
The visitors said they were plena
until entertained in CansdbVi. Not
only as a bantiet aerved, i but ice
i I rani find cake wrre1 hiter ei-rved on
the "nt dense lawn. The Amarlllo
M-iK'is were also taken for a aide ovef
Sutton Talks at Cana.
t peris I to The Nsw
CANYON. Aua. Wr. ' W. H. Sutton,
Dean of the School of KiBicutioii in the
State rniverslty nt Austin, and who Is
u member of the State purvey, spent
Krldny. Ausust 4 in C.nyon visiting
friends In the West Texas State Normal
ColleKe. 1 Sutton is well known
ainoiiit the memU-ra of the faculty and
students of the ColleKe and hi visit
was a inoet pIciiMliift one. lie made a
abort talk to the faculty of the College
In which he expressed the Idea that the
social to-cd in the l ulled Statva toduy
tounties have iHH-n paid on more
eM-ct-d than 15.(100 U-ild eaglea In Alaska.
TWO MEN HURT WHEN
Special to Ths Nt
PKKKYTON. Our. 9 Ijist nlcht
about 9 o'clock ted Tulervllle. of Jes
ter. Okla., and I,. M. fwlKirn. of Paris.
Texas, nnrmwly rscaed death In an
automobile accident three miles north
of Perryton. They were riding In a
FoM car without llcht ami rain Into
a Kelly SprinKd Id truck loailed with
wheat. Oslsirn stistalneil aevei ruts
In hla left arm and his right leg was
also mt. HI romlltlon Is fair. Tuber
vllie has Internal Injuries and his re
covery la doubtful.
Tuiamraii Water Short.
lpeci;.l to The News.
TrCl'MCAItl. N. M.. Aug. The
continued dry weallier has increased
(Ity water hoit.ih-e anil water is now
being bought from the i:i Paso I
South .-St i n liailw.iy Company until
an abninli tied w . It . which Is being put
Into shape for fmther use, is readv for
The tlty Is supplied from five wells
A sixth well has I 'il lompli'ted but
will r.(iiiii' the I lylnc of one mile of
pipe line before available for ilty us
In orib'f to qui. kly Inctcise the supply
of water the abandoned well will be
I'tit Into service.
Kil I int. iiil-nl W.'iiles states Die old
well will pmbablv l in condition for
use within h w.-.k.
Water su!oly has been so low at sev
its! times during the summer that th
mpiily was IiiaiIi iuate for use In water
ing gardens and lawns.
Lubricating oils fur the raitinads Of
those regions hit Is lng obtained by di
tilling the bituminous limestones thai
re found abundantly in Syria and Pal
For Night Flying
Mrleaj News Items,
gpeeial to The firm
McLHAN. Vg. 9 IV. Iar M.
Junes of Chllds sfwtit Saturday and
Sunday as a net of fi l iuIh In this i Itw
Mr. and Mrsl.uther MWombs enter
talneI a nuinhe of friends with it we. k
end partv at aeir ram h on Saturday
and Sunday 'lthis week. Those pres-
tut w.-re: 'Mr and Mrs. I). H Veatch
ami tittle dfltifcti-r Maybdli'. Mr. uml
rts. Luther ttfi y and son Itnyd, Mr.
ami Mrs. Ci all. t iatliu ami litlL H;uikIi
l.r Clam Pear Mrs." S. It. Hall of St.
Iouis, Mrs. S.O. t'onk and daughter
T:i in of Ialli Mieos IMbv c.M.k.
F rankle May hb.tin. Mal.le Watklns,
!es-rH. Ft am I Wofford. fir. Lear M.
J..n of CMIds and Preston Noinmo
Of I l.lllllH. j
Mr. and Mri Lv.iii Stun- and dnl
dun and Missit.ible Wntkiin rctiiniid
Sunday from t1lalioina City, where,
With the exception of Min Wiitkins,
thev underwen tiinhil.il' operaiiona.
County Aget K. I Ininkle i. tunii d
l.oil week I r ni College Station, where
he Klteiiil. il the hIkh t coui ao of the
Texas A. A M.
Tin- i v. .1 a. Iliiikal.y. pastor of
the local M.-tli.Hlixt church. s omiluct
Iiik a r l :i (his week III the ruial rout
inunity f ll.nlil.
Kaln (her A r nisi rung.
SM-rial I he News
CLACIH:, Auif. . Armstrong Coun
ty farm, is ni njnu inrf over the fine
I. ilns of Sunday afternoon and night.
The ruin was generul with the qiianti
tv virxitiK In different parts of the
county. Most of thn row crop will be
greatly Urn-fitted by It.
The rain ihiiio just in time to finish
out the aumm.-r fruit crop and revive
llic gardens. Considerable ffgtitnmg
i mounted the rain but no acrioua
damages Were reported.
Too much Irrigation la a menace to
grow lug crops.
jumn r- -T
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i? ' ILLaI
Of Crepe De Chine Underwear
. In our recent market trip, we were fortunate in
securing" this as.virtmcnt of beautiful Underwear.
These dainty garments were hought at a special
price concession and wc arc passing the savings on
to our customer.'?.
One lot of heautiful Crepe downs fl4 AO
Very special at irf
llc.iutiful downs of the very finest Crepe dc tfC AO
Chine, wonderful values at pvetO
One lot of Crepe Teddies, verv special QQ
One lot of Teddies that should sell at a much CO AQ
higher price. Special VaWelU
The verv finest heavv tpialitv C repe dc Chine 00 AO
Teddies' Special . . .' JW.fO
Vine Crepe de Chine mourners, very 09 40
special at PetO
I'xtra good tpiality Crepe tie Chine lilnoiiu rs. tfJO AO
very special JytaeeO
Women's and Mism s Crepe de Chine QRr
Camistdes", special iOL
One lot of women's and Misses good tpiality fljl OC
Crepe de Chine Camisoles, special vletitl
( )ne lot of our very fiiuM Crepe de Chine CO AO
Camisoles. ery special at PellJ
The Ladies' Store
Equipped with bath houses, electric lights throughout
the park, lunches and cold drinks. Courteous and care
ful attention given to all.
H. C. DOLCATER
Nothing Like An Electric
Iron These Hot
It has been many years since you have had an op
portunity to buy a standard make Iron for this
We have a limited number left at
order Yours tod.tv.
s price, so
V t1 PHGNE 105
CITY LIGHT & ATER CO.
"WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE ALWAYS
United States Tlr$ 5?
V. S. Nl4nr T nuk Tire limit
cpci i jlly for commcrci.il service
lirrc kperd anj maaimum cuahion
art: rcuuircJ. 0
V. S. Regular Solid a cneral service tire f
or average loa.is at moderate speeil, broaj flat
U. Mono-Twin The heaver July ctihlon lire for k0
big tnuki at moderate pcrdf over all tpn of roadi. k0
I'. S. Uili-Sie M.ire rulibt-r than regular oIid, giving
frftrr culmn and greater mileage.
id States Tires! ml 5
tates 0 Rubber Company f g b 1 1 .( 5
I fW -T W 5
Ihe Local Dealer with a
" TOTOIl transportation has pottcn post the point of being just an
xYa. economical solution of an individual hauling problem.
As an ever growing supplement to our railways and waterways it's
playing a big part in our national Jctclopment.
No better public service can be rendered than to safeguard these
trucks and their foods and our roads with the right tire equipment.
That's the U. S. Truck Tire Service Dealer's job.
To do it he has
1. The scientifically developed U. S.Truckl ire line.
2. The U. S. Truck Tire Technical Service to aid
him with the latest technical dita.
3. A recognition of the fact that it's the scrv
ice he renders the truck operator in getting
the right tire for his needs that is going to
further the d-.'NcIopmcnt of motor trans
port a tion and build his business.
Tell him your truck tire problems.
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V. S. Truck Tires : 312 E. 4th Street Phone 1 830
DEAS0N TIRE SERVICE
Jack Daw's Adventures
(This Feature Appears Exclusively in the Daily News)
By Leslie Elton
TU kttto tat Safe fct tfe btrtom
f tta pictor ts czptetad to msJis
rt ftvttt t U mU pUaas pet.
Ab tn machlM com up IN
goaa testa forsntec a auatr.
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FOP rtTiO IIWTii. TttlaCll MAO0OMI.AMO thn
SaftaJt TO ATTCT JACf TTamo TNl UTTU
ADvasmaaajta ir ysy clAO twT Mif rArrtana.
TMt 0OC a.lT rAa.tf MiC T JACa, wnTil at r0t
Hit raCT WlOINf TAD MlC PkAM. JACK. THMi
raud-T aot.O c Tat PoCV sa ad Cuaud up
,r-pN icajs war A AIIjmOn. jack. Cmoo
J A Hf DCVT Pm KiAATitY, THANK.PUI. FO HIT
t ATI TT tfCAe Thin TMt Two wAia.tD QOwn
'tM Ct1T SNO AtCTfO VDl A TAEa.
. BAIN SCW.DC MiAK.CALArMtf CAYl.IT HAD
to ru AtCa. JACK, t TOO. 10 Tut MP ACtA.Ceii,t.l
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