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RealEstate-Editorials AlMARILLO DAILY NEW!
Section No. Three
AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT. 24, 1922.
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EL PASO, Sept. 23, Secretary, of Interior Albert B. Fall, of
Three River, N.M., and Washington, D. C, will b one of the
speakers at the second day' session of the annual convention of
the Texas Association of Real Estate Boards to be held in El Paso,
September 25, 26 and 27.
R. E. Sherman, Ceorge R. L Barron and Will K. Ramsey, con
titute the program committee, have announced complete pro
gram for the convention.
George E. Kessler, city planning expert, of Kansas City, Mo
and John C Willacy, of Austin, state tax commissioner, will be
here for addresses.
Wide publicity is being given El Paso and the coming convert
lion, Mr. Sherman said. Calendars of the months of August, Sep
tomber and October, with the convention dates in large red circles,
have been mailed to every realtor in Texas.
THREE LIVE REALTY BROKERS.
InvlliiliimM lime l.ti-n win to n'.l
rral t'Milti l-oitiM In thi' xt:iti iiImi to
lralli In Ni-tt Mi'ktio nml Ai'lKntin.
Tln niltvi'iilmn m')kiuiii fullowe:
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f n. in. ir'iiinil Vn, rlmiiilx r nf
roiiilnrrt-r II ill, iiih'Iimi.
Aililn'MM if i Ipi iik-. Miyor Churlm
Ifctvta; i--miiiw. (Ii"iiiii K. .iIiiitoii
Mlitta I'it milcnt; mlilivim of wi-linm.-.
W K. Itniiiriy. i ipiilint Kl I'awi
U-ard. rrt-IH'ti-. J. . Klrkivitrlrk, Him
AiitiHiln: uilili- Hi naliir W. W. Tur-lo-v,
1)1 I'll.; ri-piU't of rtiitr .vMi-nt
nml miiiiiiiiKcincnl": i.ihi. Sirn-turlrii'
I'onfi-it-tli-ti nml IiiiiiIkiiii
S I', in. I'hiiutlirr i.f I . H'liiu r - im
mmiI)I)- ri iti', jityui? t-n 'Hy 1'I.i:ui.m,
(iiortfi- E. Ki'uUi'r: jiddrora ln "Cwoikt
ntion Amiik IUiitl.ni" William K. Hit.
ron of ChltHKo, Nntlomil Ku-I.l (i.vrc
tiiry: ronfrrcwv ti ViiIi-hI I'ihihtIv
nml Imnhtu, y, jA M(,,iv. Uiii.m
ItikIiIIiik: ft i. in, rti-t'i n iml lum'tut-'.
TumuV.y. Hi-iiIviiiIht Si
ll a. m. l-iMkCmtl and roiif-rrnit
JO a. mi. atm-rul rt-mum. 'Ii.iiiiIht
nf t'iiiiiiiui' hull.
Ailtlriwa. .ttilin o. Wlll.ny, niiiln t;n
loinmlrHii-mr. t-oiifi-ri'iiii' on "Own
Your IIiniii." V.. mlM.rn. Dull in.
.fl(llMlf
12 in. lunt lKiiii for vUltiuic Miniu-n at
Woim'ii's t-lnli.
t p. in. Ri'iirriil at umi ii, CIuiiiiImt of
CoiniiHTi'f hull. AillnwK on "laiii'l
I'tih-nia." KtuHur A. K. Kiill: t-imfpr.
t-nrr in lliim hi. Kur i n lunula uml Col-i-nliuilloii.
t M. N. wnmn. Kl I'lifo. ir
rkllnic. Kivu mlnuto t-uii i-imli'i In
whirl! iriilliim will tulk on Hi., lut-ntn
nf thilr limiii- fltli-H, I lie wlnnt-r rrrrlv
lint n KtlviT luvlnif iii.
- 3 l. in. Infmiiil ilium-. i:i I'aMi
uiilry tlul.
W't iliiimluy. Ht'iitt inlH-r 17.
k ii. in. hri'.tki.int foiiffif iittt on "('if
oH'tiillvt ,ifvirliiiiK "
f "II u. III. Kflii'r.il itfuNlnii I'IhiiiiIht of
i i iiinii n hull; timffri'iK't on "I.bIii'r"
V. A. Hiiulh. IIimMiiii. .rrnllliitf: n-.
mii1h of roiiiiiilUii'n. Klii I ion of lii'K
liffll IT Ullll Witt llll llf 1!IM CUIIVI'lltllMI
rliv. : . in. iiuti.miib.lt tiili for l vim
tin i.nr mt'iilf iliivf. Koit Illicit. Inut-r
nllf. mill t ihIIhk In (Mil MfXh'u.
N i. in. t'litvrtuliiiiitMit. J ua it.
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JOHN II. f.ll.YIV
itmo: v. . i t.
SOME REASONS FOR ZD;.!..!
WAL'O. 8ftl. S3 U H. (iHrdiUT. (nn.
rt lnry t f tlir Tfu Imlt'iM nilt'iit Tt lo
hiin AMia Uition. ttui" rlnrlitl iik.
tr Ml thi Itulurv t'lult hfii. Mini i.tnLilii.
i t! I hi- iHirfiil nil of I hi- li'li'iilimii' I. urn.
iii- in Tx:i. "Dlil you t-v.-r ntup to
lliliik." tik.il Mr. Ctirdm-r. Hint wh.li
UinkN tnk' holiilay. nturra tl. on
SuiiiLivh. ilmliTit mil you miilitltuti'i,
nml kt In hi in ii it mi uti'lki-M. I hi, Ii.iiIiihii
Iktt'im rlulit on ilng ili h nm hv
niiKo 3br, uml tiumtt-r iliiyii yrnt rvery
liiliiulc mihI liuiir of no li rtiyf '
IIIIKKX VII.I.K. Htpt. JS A now t.l
lil.nlir fxrhMiiri' tiulltlliiff nml othi-r tiat-winii-niii
of thf ntittiiii of tin lil.n.
villi' ToUphonr tiNiiNiny tnnk up 11
liniinaiii to uffitril tin lt hHiI
lt'lvihini m rvli'p In thla rlly. Work un
Urr may net liii'lmlititf tln nrw bullilliig
uinminta to morr than $75. IXM).
Thf mitvoiia for x tiiiiK In a nty art?
tlrtuitlly olivloiiii, ttiry Iwvo himi vi-r,
htfii t'll MUintiuii'1.i'it lit a tAi-ltir In thr
Miiy numlHT of thn Toun I'liiniiln Ho
vli'W ImuiiI dy thn l.'nivi'mtly of UviT
mkiI a follow:
I. AiltiUJtto luovlxliui of I Kht and
11 1 r.
I. Ktalill tuition mill i.rotii tioii of
l'ri.fity v tliifit in init Iiiin.i t'inl ituivi.
t:oti for ulty rlty uml f.r !.'l Kitriit
AtTt'llt").
3. I'li'lf. t un uml iiuiliiti ii iiii'i- of the
homo uml h'Hi.i' nn Ii iiiuih iiIh
. N-tfriillllltl(i!S ,4 h tvtrt. lll-lllrt.
or tlltiliii In in tAhli h Imluntrli nml hu.
Inceit nuiy Ih- IkhIiiI H limit fnr or
ii'ott't, ttith rtrry avitlluliiv fin llliy for
trailf. nml with nut-li iinliKiiiiMiiit nm.
ittt:on fi r liiiliiMry. tlnrr nln.ul.1 l
aiVult' jir Uii.n for tire rottitlnii.
Ii.. A a t.rrviiit itlvc of i onKiotltui In
nil oiiriH of nrity,
6. To fitful c anil upply the iii't up
lifilula inrthixl of miiliiitii.ii ami hy.
Bint't'.
7. To almpliry tin pi-'J I' in of atrt't
liitffli' nml rt'anliitioit.
I. To provlrti' a workaMt prottrum
U't Willi I In- iliffii'i'iit iiiciIhmIh of truiiK
m ihUimi. tuvitnililti wntt'i j . mil
rontl ami air.
9. MukliiK piotilili' itntit ti'iiniMiili
t'Uta In thtt upkPt'ii of rtwulu hy h di"
i-rttiait of wlitt Iim ami int'lhiMla of i-oii'
triirllon, whtYi' a and tiiimtHTit i f
hulliliiiK itnd triiMHirlntliii rviiulrt"
uit'lita art llmltml.
u. Cimtioii of Impn Kiml'l'' ihiirnt"
ti r Ui'trli :a. which, tthi n otiif miuli
lUhrd. prnnlt ami mrourauf nrtli-rly
rnuiriiriiii'nt of liualtiiva t't'iitrtu, ami
ItuluKtiuil tufiiti, ami at thtt nunc tlnii",
prott'tit thn mtitti'iiiiif anil iiiatruMnn of
any lnnpiritrluli' ami il-titrui llvo umt
if liullilmca, w tilt h di'li-riomlp ami tit
tit iw protarty vultion mol Inn It h atan
ilniila. II. Klimlly In iiuike fvifv vilktar.
town and rlty a innrtt orthily. t-oiivni
Ifnt, hi'IuhmI'-. attimtlvt. and lirtllhy
plittf In a lilih to litf and work.
If tht limt pnrainaph auniiiiarliu-
POWELL REALTY
COMPANY OWNED
ONLY BY WOMEN
ornrtly thn fit icon fur anlilna. thfra
mirrly ahould Im- lot opixni tl n to tin. up
I'llrttim of Itit pi'inilp.-a. Yn thtrtt l
milt h opiMntltioti, and many i lili-H an
ml ii im It iHii.fitit tixliiy. I'roUU'ly o
iinili'ratund am h nniMltloii. wo mual
Ho luti k to lhi iM-BlnnltiR of thf vllbiitt'l
umi lonnw ii a in vt'inpnicni Into lowii
and rlly.
Mm Antonio. 8'Pl. 53 Knuli.inriif
mid nuilna of thn Kan Antiniu I'ulillr
Hi rift tVnintny iirs Iw.na nrrottrrd
( nuturnj Riia whlt-h la iM'lng pltwd to
thla PltV. Th libtnt mitt ! rMilv
thn tmw mipply when It fi'inna ami II la
inn iM-in r or niiuiny orfk iala th tt nut
uml ria wilt Im nvdllul.lr at thn Utift
hy thf ttilil mrt of thn itiinlim wlnttT.
Thn I'owtl Ittftlty fomiitiiiy la the
only firm In thn Anunillo ntil ratal
Iniard rniiiMa.i rlitll'fly of wonit-n.
Thn iiii'iiiht-ra if thla firm ar Mra.
Myrtln M. I'owi II. Mra. Mmidn Wllmtn
mid Mra. Ft i n t'url; Tin y do a son-
nial rttnl wiuiln and llfn luaurantti liiial-
hum and luttn two ttiliittilliiH aloKana,
"Uila of Iota," nml "Inaunainf ' thai
llllll fit.''
rtttvntly thla firm put on a vvri In-Inn-atln
tit iiioiintriitlii (if f a' 'iimmIi-I
liutiitnlow. Ilnvlnv llrtttl X auto a ni-w
larlt-k, ninKi1ow- oo lr of the !l ft,-.
UttlUf atrpcta In Anwrlllo Ihw hnutaowma
tur mil ovrr In u la mI huuao fuiiilrhlnii
f.nn and wna furmahtl i-iantili4py
ihrnutihout with Vfty attrat-tlve Ihltuta;
and waa lin n opt mil for limixt llon i on
Sever a) Peppy
Delegates Will
Boost AmarWo
Amarillo Real Estate Board is all pepped up for th Third An
nual Convention of the Texas Association of Real Estate Coards to
be held at El Paso, September 25, 21 and 27. AmarClo wul bo wo9
represented at the convention with several deUgmtos that Wi3 tell
the glories of the city in a manner nver before oquaUed by mb!1
a delegation. " , . . .
Amarillo Is going liter the 1924 convention! By thtt time Am
rillo will have so many more Improvements that it can taka care of
the convention in a manner that wiS surprise oven veterans la at -tending
gatherings. Sc all fho delegates at tho El Paso convention'
had just as well to get ready to pledge their support toi A&hr tnV
1924. .
But these Amarillo boosters art not for tho city only. They art '
for tho entire Panhandle anil want to see growth all over this groat
country. The hundreds of visitors at El Paso wCl know mora abovt
Amarillo when they leave there about September 27. ' ' ' ' ' '
John B. Cilvin, who is serving his second year aa arceUaat of the
Real Estate Board, wOl head the Amarillo delegation, lie Is also
a member of the executive board of the stato ttmistlon.' '
thr aui-tvaalva afternoon to thtt t"H-
t ial public.
MihP than a thouamnl t-allnra rpet
liTffl iturlnff the three afiertioons and
ware ahowtt through Ih hollar: had the
iiMM-hanlnm nf thr m-w kind of furnara
tipkilnt'd hy thn man who limtatlrd It;
worn ahown thn rltttrlrally rtiulpprd
Intindr)'; Ihr tlM laith: thn nemhrr ot
i-onvniin-iilly ariananl rltrta: and alao
thr now niitoinat.lln (n thn nrw;
whli h waa dnnionatraUt liy a aalrainatt
wnt out for that purMtn, Thr dnnain-
ttrallon i-lltilnil mut h Intrrrat frian tlw
irnaa-tilve homi-huynra and la ripr1.
rd to ntliiniliitn Intnrnat III tho "tiwn
Vour Own llonm" wrrk that thr Ama-
rllln lltaird la hottlns lo f.-atrr hy a
fprtlal pulill-lty taiiiMlttn annir time
in tint nnur Cut urn. , ,
llltKi'KKNIlMXlK. , Hft. 'JJ-Tt
imwi-r llnw to tha furry poot har htn
i-nintilcted ly Ula iiU W-it ltiwt!r Com.
pnv- ami a Ihinl 4uia ki atrta4
iftnuppt wttb ofhrr driHinv wrlbi lit
thr "l Tlir pownr llnna Into Ihr (Hir
ry niI oimratn at 12.000 volta oat-h and
mipply SOU hia-tt'DoWftr. ,
C P. Atwood
T. M. Bruner
Robert Ricks
Invest In Amarillo Property
TOTHEHOMESEEKER
W'c have many attractive homes both larjrc aiul small, various stylos,
priced at lowest prices obtainable, in all parts of the city to offer you; but one
in particular we offer lure:
Ucatitiful six room highly improved modern bungalow home with jrarajre
and other improvements that tfo with a complete home, every modern built-in
convenience with elaborate electrical fixtures, la rue fireplace,' beautifully tinted
rooms, lare living rot mi and dinimr room, nice latticed arbor and concrete
aiiiarium in yard, on eat front corner bit located in choicest residence district
of Amarillo. We have had this home recently appraUed by competent appraisers
and their carefully estimated value of this home based on the present cost of con
struction including the lot is $X.5(X).U0 and the owner has accordingly agreed to
sell at this price. Very reasonable terms can be had, there is an incumbrance of
about $4.U(0.(1) placed in a good loan company payable in very reasonable
monthly payments which buyer can assume.
Further information will be gladly furnished when application to our
office either by letter or in person.
TO THE INVESTOR
W'e are offering for trade a very attractive piece of property located on
corner lot with paving on both sides and on one of the very best resilience
streets in Amarillo and counting of two well improved modern residences on
the lot. sic of lot being MK140 feet, priced at Sl7.(XX.).m. incumbrance aliout
S5.UXJ.U0 placed in good loan company, owner desires to trade his equity for a
good well improved farm near Amarillo or other plains towns. Iljis proper! v is
located in a section of Amarillo that is continually enhancing in value and an in
vestment that is absolutely safe and will pmve profitable. Further details will be
gladly furnished.
T. M. Bruner & Co.
Office Phone 2206
"Seventeen Year in Amarillo
Amarillo, Texas
S02 Taylor St.
Mr. Oil va haa bom arlrrt) to leaf
a littkfal ronrvrrtKW on "Omptratlv.
Ailvrrtiatag" the momlnr at Hrpltmher
n. . . i
. John IU (taut, a charier mrmbrr of
the hl rlult. wH go to M J'aan, He.
la third VI in prraldnnt qT the Utata Aa
anciatlon. I In will make the five minute
talk at Kl Kaao aliout hie home town.
Mr. riaet dt ltvrrrd (hi. sadraae t rrt
Worth laat yrar and won jnanjf word
o rpraiNn for thai rffnUve .tnwtner tn
whlt-h bn dt-IIVHrrtl It, , .
Mra. John II. O.Mn will acmntpnay
her hualiaiM to III rau, fur, the f"nven
tlofl. -.....(.
II. Iho-hitm ot Aikry. Khort. Durham
and lrtfnt will Mi t 'a a u drlntt
tn thr Kl I'aae pontrfftlon. II has bean
otin of the faithful wfvkera In thr loral
a - a .ft. ' . . . . . , .
Itmn mrmbnr.. 1 I ' . ' ' , t.
Iat lmt not haut'antent Uioae onlnf
la Tr4 .X iWtlamaj, aj-riC4tlon iftawpr
f thtt IWly a'mii, AlthnueH hr haa a
a on hla hairS - aj(Urf . the Cast
rawtNiTrfitoa'akKK U Tke-Dariji Nera,
h Mi any.e. Ue vrarM jaflhs bnarl.
Total area of lh rarth te . fflLSta'
aqua re mike, , t -a
1 ' ii... if j, ey
We
Make
On Farms and Raimctees
And Amarillo City Property
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Loam on land 5, 7 or 10 yean with prepayment priri
leges. Loans on resident property at straight 9 per cent,
where the amount does not exceed 40 or 50 per cent of
the actual value of the property, 1-10 of the principle to
be paid in one, two and three years and the balance at the
end of the fifth year. We solicit your loan business on
this ban's with the assurance of fair treatment and help
ful service.
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Rocms 335-338 Blackburn Bldg.
Compaimy
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