AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT. 24, 1922.
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I-ITTIJC TIIRATKK TO IIMilN
WORK ON MCW N.tM
Anwrlllu la mil llnirerlne In fever
of dellaht m,r thn splendid aucreea of
her llttlt theatre players durtnr the
past woes, m their prratntatlon l ho
one-art plays, "The IN4 IMtcr" and
The I'Uy iPsrnt." at the ITcalc; terlan
Anne. I'er.pi- nr realism more anil
looro the value of l hi movement here.
and are alrlvwir In every way to lve
It Ihe needed autMHl. The work of th
Dramatic Hociety la becoming more ef
fective wllh each performance, an
tha (lul la healnnlnir to (limpee Ita
dreamed of auoreaa, anil to vision some
thin of Hi great field of activity In tho
Work on a near croup of plays will
Win Ihla wk, and a number of heavy
diaioatlca sre to be presented In tli
MKKTINti OP AI XII JARV
AXNOl N( KI 'OK WMIN'KSII.W
Tlie Women's Auxiliary of the On
Irst Presbyterian Church will itii-ct
Wedncaday sfternoon. at 1 oVlii.li In
tha t hun h hall tr a lesson In ho ukrn
from tha fifth and tilth chapters of
HIM- Htury." lira. V. T. Word will ba
leader of the afternoon.
F.IJKK Ol'KMNU IIWfK
IN I.IKUM.Y ATTKMKI
The owning dance of the snwn was
held by the Klka luat Thursday evenln
t the Klka llnnr. The ocvaalim wraa on
of iiit Intereat and was birirely at'
letKDHi. jtcsida the regular weekly
dam at the club, many mora Intcrent
lug fmturcs of entertainment are being
planned ty tha social committee for lh
winter montha. Niiecuil mimic waa fur
nished by lUlly Buuurds Novelty Or
MOM.tVH C'MB IIOIJN NCMC
AT M ASTKKSON RANCH
A delightful feature Hated on tha
social calendar for the week, waa the
picnic irlvtn Thuraday by the member
01 me oman a uub at tha Mastcrson
A lolly erewrf aaaenillA at ia
ThurMlay mnrnlnit. and were conveyed
In rwra tn tha plmlo grounds where a
innat blrassnt tUv ana anent A rfoll.x.
loua plonJo apeard was served at the
noon nour, and during tha afternoon the
irueata were entertained at tho attrac
tive country home of Mrs. Kloan KtU,
MIM RllUiKHM TO KNTKRTAIN
JfN'IOR WOMAN "14 ri.l
Mlaa Prance Ilurgcss will entertain
the Junior Woman's Club Tuesday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock at her home, 1410
HI. KINKS WOMKN HIM.
KNJOV NOUAI. MKKTlMi
The PnjfrakkKval and Bualneaa Worn
en's Club will meet for their regular
rlub aunner and a tilenaant no -Ut himr
TnewUy evenlna. at :IS o'dork at tha
roik. Street Methodlat Church annex.
M STI RA VIA1
IA Cuatura Club will meet Tuesday
afternoon at S o'clock, with Mrs. I Itaa-
ro aa hnateaa at her home, HOI llarri'
son Htreet. t
WlliHON M'HOOI. r. T.
CU B TO MP.KT
Tha rsrent-Tearhera' flub of the
Wilaon Hrhonl Will meet Tiieadav after
nnm. Keinemtier s, at I.JO o'clock, at
tna si-nnoi building.
MRM. WAtiNr.R RtHKIVF.fl
Cm Thursday afternoon, the memler
of tho Ml A-Whlle i:uh were enter
lalned at tha homo of Mrs. P. p. Waf
Her. HIJ Pillmore Htreet.
. The hnroe was beautifully deeoratrd
with a variety of many-tinted garden
Amarillo and vk-lnlty: Hunday gsnrr
Weet Texas: Sunday generally fair.
FUiatern New Mexico: I naMtkJ and
cooler nurtheast portion Sunday.
Kynopala af Weather
Condi t Ions.
The air pressure Is
highest over tha I0
kotss and the Ohio
valley and lowest
over the southwest,
Tvini Mturce a r a
bra-eat over the re
gion of highest air
they are about si
sonaL The rainfall la
La-T HI I
Charleatun , .
HalUut .... ,
I Vnver ,
' Kanaaa ty ...
Iia Angeles . ,
rait Lake City
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7 a. m 11
:iJJ Max ti
hours at Amartllo
II a. m
I p. m.
I P. m
7 p.m. 7 a.m. Nooa
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n.m-r. and bridge was featured dur
ing Ihe afternmn, when high spots U
vors were awarded Mrs. Hani II. llclil.
who waa the recipient of a rut slain
oerfume Iwmle. and Mrs. Adam Walker,
who aim received an attractive MTfuui
bottle. The afternoon waa lirought to a
close with the serving of a delicious
two-caiurea luncheon to the niemWrs
iml guesta, MMMlntnes Ham Reld, l. V.
(Yadlt. tluy K. Iliver. J. tl. McClln
toi k. V.. K. iwrawuy. Jack llnusi-r, snJ
A. V. ItiilMTsiin.
MRS. RltACKHI RN TO II K
IIONTKNH TO TRIP1JC T.
Mrs. r, J. nUckburn will lie hostesa
to Triple T. flub at l i o'ebak Tues
lay atermain st her home, 1410 I'olk
JOHNSON M'HOOI. I. T.
(i.i n wiu, m.Kt
The I'aretitTeni-hrrs' Club f the
lohnmtn Htret Ki hnol will luei t at 1
o'clock. Tuesday afternoon at the
school building. A full atlcnduiicu of
iwtroua Is urged.
SOCIAL MP.KTINO OP IHMTKKT
POI R WKINKSIAV APTKRMMIN
District Ywr if the I'olk Htreet
Methodist Chunh will hold a social
meeting Wednesday afternoon at i
o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Owar Wise,
I (Mi J West Heventh Htreet.
BIG STATE FAIR
DALLAS, Hcpl. J Various special
days at thu 1922 KUite Pair of Texas.
Dal Us, Oct. til this year, promlne
much of Interest to practically every
section of the state, (lelnsvillc snd
Whlteslioro are two towna which hiivy
tho distinction of having had sHal
days designated fiT them, while Collin
county will be honored on Monday. Oct.
t by that day going on the list aa Collin
county Pure Itred live (Mock Day.
Reduced railroad rates of a fare and
a fifth on all railroads, will be In effect
and Indications aro for a record atten
dance. HperUI Days Follow!
Plrst day. Pfldai, tht t
Children's Day. Roy rVouts Day. Mu
sic Day: HicyeJo racoe on track; foot,
ball In stadium.
Second day, Saturday Oct. 7 ..
Press Day. Traveling Men's Day. tsld
Pellows and Itebokaha Dwy. AuUsnolille
racra lietween wtrld famoua drivers.
Third day. Kunday Oct. I
International Day, Postal Employes
Day: Automobile rarea.
Fourth1 day. Monday, Oit'l.
Thirty-Sixth IMvlalon Day: World
War Women' s Organlaatlon Day: (1. A.
R. and Woman's Itrllef Corps Dav;
Tessa Women'a Press Association liny;
Cotton (llnnes Day: Collin County
Pure Rrod IJve Htwk Day: Orphans'
Day: Hoys' LMucatlonat Kncampinent
Fifth day. Tuesday. Oct. 0.
Diilbis Day. Patnais of 1 Day;
Elks' Day. Automobile rai-es.
Hlxth day, Wednesdny. OiH. 11.
Confi-dcrate Day. Masonic llmiie Itay.
Heventh day, Thuraday. Oct. 12
!agua if Tcxsa Munlclpallllea Dir.
Cattlemen'a Day; Whtteaboro Day; Tex
as League of American Pen Women and
DmIIns Ieesue of Amerlinn l"en Wtn
n's I lay; Pedfe-aQnn of Women's Hubs
Uiy; Jtural Ufe l iy, tiirla Club KUuca
tlonut Kncampmetift h tit.
KlslHh dy, I'riilay, Oct. 11.
Ch:wtM-ra of Cisnnierre Day; till
Men's liiy; tlnlni vllle Day; (iiiod
KruiN lViv; CiMinty JiiiIkc and Oxnniia
nliiisj'rs' l;i; Oklahoma I lay; M'xlm
:(lnih ilay. Hitutitiv. ist. II.
Ul II Tl'Lll llat" l4a ll VV..Ir..r. Ik..
(ill In' I'llllsi Km ninieiK lit cIiim-s; lulti
mot.llc jinn 2;30 i. in.; nnnunl "Kun
Fist." ! p. m.
T with day. Hiiialay, O.I. 15
"KverlMly'a Uiy." "Aulil Ung
Hyne." A,liliMiniiili ibn-es, J .30 p, ill.
SOUTH PLAINS WANTS
MANY COTTON PICKERS
Cntton lockets nr wmileil In the
O'Dmttii'll (otiiiiinnlty, uct'oiiling to a
tdt'Cnitii I'lVi-lvi'd heri yentrrilay fnsii
Paul (Itaicl. nt lAioienu. Mr. ttnoh Is
a prominent cotton Xiiiiiht ut tt'inniu-l
and wired Hint tho totton pickers Hi"
Amarillo la-riuina who lire Inti n-titi-l
In this work may ito illti-wly IiiII'Ihhi
ncll. or they limy innoiro at th lluird
of City Is-vi liipiiH'iit MiuiiLiy. It Is !
liovi-d that th Ixniril can put I-x ji I ih-o-pie
In touch with the prnier nntlmr
It li s.
rilrnffa la the nnlv nnlmul wlilrh la
unable to express Itself in any sound
YOUR BARBER CAN
Ak lilm almul Msbileen the tat
lime you gel a Itslr rut is-sliaiiiMHi.
Wlii-ti we my thut Mnhilceu Is "Ihe
uiuitcNt iLi mil uff r iniily cvr (llwiiv
ireil" we iiiiiin junt I hut. Kr M.ihdtHii
will niillv Hliip that iiKKtaviitlng snd
eiiiUimiKKlng snow ul m m m iur col
Why? lliiauMc It g-ta to I lie very
I'm it of the troulil. i It siiiniititea the
wliaroiua glands, which niHirinli the
hair. nil when thee kI.ukIn are active
the eeulp Is prii)M-rly nourlnhed that
"aly ilryneea dlwi'lnr lhi-re Is no
mine itiiulriitf. A few iiiiilentisis of
M.ihili-n wilt convince even Ihe moat
Kkeptleul of its merit.
Try It the next lime vuu go to your
Imilir's inirtlciilarly after a hair rut
or ahinnHM. It iliM-an't "net you a Niinv
if ll fa. Ik. ,k any gM ImHht or hnlr
ili eNx-r for the "gimrintetil" treat men t
-f l.'i niillcntliiua of "Maluleen."
Write to the .Mahilccn Company,
N'ai omtiKheH, Texns, If )ihi can lot get
Mahilccn ut your favorite driiKRlst, do-iNirtiiii-ni
slise or bnrbrr shop.
ItrltlHh nnhitei t has Invented a Isnk
for catching b-w and condensing it Into
For those who pay cash there is a substantial
saving in store. W'c want you to get the habit
of buying here. You'll find it a winning way for
"If It'. From RichtrcT. It's Right" m
Ladies Gordon Round Ticket Silk Hose,
Regular and outsizes, pair 95c
Ladies Ribbed Sport Hose, excellent for hard
, wear. Special introductory price . .$1.80
N Dress Goods
56 inch' wide, vcf y fine All Wool Poirct Twill.
sponged and shrunk $3.50
56 inch wide Fancy All Wool Skirting $1.85
1 lot Silk Canton and AH Wool Poirct
Dresses, beautiful new Fall styles, at
tractively priced at $19.75
Other styles of new Dresses as low as. . . .$10.75
The Fall Suit, and Coat are on display
"Where Women Who Drew Beit Buy"
A Good Chicken Dinner
Beginning Tuesday morning we will be closed for
3 or 4 days, remodeling and redecorating. We have
secured one of the finest chefs in the state and ex
pect to have a cafe worthy of your best expectatons.
.. . 513 Polk Street.
Chairs fia rent,
t an i as repaired.
AMARILLO TENT SP
I!9 K. Sib M. rhoiw ZJ7S
NEWS WANT ADS BRING RESULTS
fllavs ut repair that 'awn4
blister" la-fore tha whole tread
l a Imise It will prove A real
repair that Will aavs you
Tread Injuries, blowouts, rlia
uts, and other cssin Injurtea
ire reisilred ItlOlIT by our
ixacting methods, fine equip
uent and Al materials. Try ua.
Kres Road Htnkt
ttk aad Trlae
Chalmers Six Wins
Judged on any basij,the Chalmers Six decisively
meets the demand for better motoring at a more
The responsiveness of the Chalmers engine to
every drivinc requirement wins the instant
enthusiasm of those who know fine cars.
One demonstration will arouse in you a real
appreciation of the exceptional worth of the
Chalmers Six Prices
5-Fauenier Touring Car. 1 f 55 Roadster, ! IM
7-Pasenger Touring Car, 134S Coup. 1595
Prieu .. Detroit. Rtvtnm tarn t e k m444
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Panhandle Motor Co.
711 Polk St. PKon,
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the desire of every housewife. It cca
bo had at small cost, little effort and with
such attractive and permanent results bj
It fa so easy to transform the kitchen, create
A new room in the attic, have new walls and
ceilings to make over the entire home with Atlas
Board. It can be done in a few hours; plaster
takes days. There is no dirt or muss. A coat
of flat oil paint or cold water kabominc, narrow
panel strips and the change is complete.
ATLAS BOARD will last for years. Both
sides con be used as the pan b arc not defaced
by a trade mark. If one rde becomes damaged
or worn, the strips can be .emoved, the panel
reversed and a brand new surface presented.
Crme and let us explain the many uses of
Atlas Board. We carry a full line of other
THE FOLLOWING DEALERS CAN SUPPLY YOU
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Amarillo
Ferris-Moore Lbr. Con Amarillo
Whitehoute Lbr. Co., Canadian
Canyon Lbr. Co., Canyon
Palo Duro Lbr. Co., Canyon
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Hereford
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Slaton
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Panhandle
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Pampa
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Canadian
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Follett
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Perryton
Panhandle Lbr. Con Spearman
Brazleton Lbr. Co., Amarillo
E. S. Burgess, Amarillo
Cavines Lbr. Co Qaude
Groom Lbr. Co, Groom
Houston-Hart Lbr. Co., Muleahoe
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Canyon
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Southland
Panhandle Lbr. Co., White Deer
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Mobeetie
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Glazier
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Darrouzett
Panhandle Lbr. Co., Buckner
THE E. CAREY FIBRE PRODUCTS CO.. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS.
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