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lb I rotary Norrs - - , . . I .. I... i.f e : (He ii.'i.H pi m eii in- i"r iini .the vl H.ir i ailing on mem m ri" I win-it lii idled their iiainra, ml i ili. n in h few w II rhimi-n words web .i .. . I ..l.l L t.. ihn .)4eii i .,rii'i inein in i in i a nn'i ' l(..iurv Inn, 'heoll. Hi" then turned' In t ho absen. e i t Jed Ri. r.ii-!hr mertu g over l' H gh l'm kpts j . .. .t.- u I 1 1. K Mosn... i( ;iiU K".-n . ihnirnmn nf the rn- WiNnn wielded (hi giv-d After ti , I nm inent i i.iv mi' I '" cr me o.i) f'l.ma in m in. i" introductory talk kasifg Woody offer the involution ,,,,,1,,,,.,) hit program, hi" plm-ed ho introduced :K" v'.i'nr tnm-i"'' , , h-mr g'Hts " front "f ,k nf i. m.- . hang.- I ' 'i.l Urn., waited Mr mi mini. i ! when tin- "in. Is mil thro'iifti Ir.e they were going to close their frwing ti thi CIQARCTT EXr IT? T0.3TC D I i.f who was l'i k- I r i -1 ipals "f I'" 11 l ' i,- ..in rrc.n un I ii.i?. fti.c "1' ili t.M-y i! i in- f ''i.' t I'iMi hi-if. i I I ' i ni.i ! v "ii timi" iii'.l 'V11' '"' ; ,,!..! 1 " ir iflir U ; g"o. i Men if i Id' y v. i'.I i.uly M-i- HI1 ii. M. (.,c. liit remarks by a-king, i -Mi.w ili v.:i spend ihi- prncles- .. II 1 .... I la I . ift i.f turn', uml . 1 1 1 1 ' ' i u, "Hi ". It's toasted. This onaxtra process gives a delightful quality that can not be duplicated i,. il,;i nh tu ri'-n'!iil to th" i""'- , i.. t. "I.-w I ir"! things done." Sen- ii'h Iim i a v-i v e I nifthu I .a I i. h he lies up to strictly in his ! ; ... I,,... H." take the railroad ' ir.. tVi.nl fur his exnmnl."--he has a w. lied .! the Hnnio thi' train di ' ;i'i :.. r hitvi- in Hi-pafi-hinir train. I-tn t'if c.Ti -iem v that we g"t in , ,.r ,.v,,r,.. business throiiirh S"ii-a-i I.. t,;'I) kf:.v tlvii hi" livi up to .H . h, ,.,... (i.,r Iii.il.i-i an- hh- ' i itit-.IT- ;ii"l " nrn-t kip them !. i. n l.-t pIvmiH ninil:'!"!! iilH" $3750 DOWN .,f (f.ii.il thinm In it thnt if wo wmilil f"llnw Minilil milk nil nf U'l fii'iri" lTii H'fii. y, l Hnlii rtn.M w i mIIi-iI 'P" In dm -i till" Ililpiir'HIli'H lif "'I ilf unit Invi'fmi'fit." Tin" ff't thut hm n Mutnr with im ffim ( nn.tiliiiii, 'I'ryii , l."h inll. il iipn;i him to re .in nil 1.1 In t Ki'V W. U S'MMn y i" in l.'ilil'"i k f"r thi- inr pusii n' jM'irif n IniHtmn Id limvi" Mil- ll:tih:iM Ili.m" frrnti Cnrinillim t" l.iililii" k l'' hn iii( i linvni 11 fir Kiiuih Wm'h I riinimli'' l.nl l.i., k ihi- iifiml pmiit fur tho In. mi- Tli-'" i- m thi h'-ni" mil" h.mil..il rlrlili'.'il liiiili h" k.i.;.'i' ;iml :l is nrprm" I i iill i.f (In" l!i.i'irliini I" k ! thiit i-vi-n i.f th" ilnlilii'll in 0 Ml hullio rinrr fru I '.l.'i'i' !;. S'.niv-'y w.m: hi I., pvn 'l.r 1. 11 hi pt,. A I! ir.ilmir i-i.iiipiiny will t :i k ciiri' nf th" fin n ml i-ii. I nf tint n-t ii '.t ..ri nml v.nl Imvc MViiilat.l." 'l,linl f 'l tVn- l.nil.liiifr nf thi- f T tt unit .it soon 11- i-l t j : ! 1 i putt 'ipmi the ki"? (fivi-n thi-m. Jilillff Thnnil- Ti pp Will Mpl'HK t tin- na-s ni"ftii',r l'i il.iy n.aht ni the A inlif i-rium ;it t (to p. m . li llii'ir th' in hn-.v t Vi li'H'iln will bp i. -ti.-il H'hI nmiti-il f. Ini-. citor- Tiiit h.ifi'i' will in' I'M al."1 BALANCE- EASY TERMS pi-Li ff,. PI ('I'd I'l f . . n f I..,- , 1 i ! l..i..- .'"Ilil'l. t mi I i ll l.i- l'i,' t .' K Ulli." tnlk wi.t very intt r-.i. tivi T is Like Having a Made-to-Measure Corset said a woman in our corset department after she had been fitted to a Uinner. And it is even better than having a made-to-order cor set. The corset made to your measure is bound to have the imperfections of your figure, whereas the Binner corset is moulded to the form of a per fect living model of your type and style. These luxurious corsets may be had in any number of beautiful models, develop ed in the finest materials. Come in todajr and lrt uj Show you th many new models we now have on iii.tpl.iy. 99 The Leader (Incorporated) MIXED FEEDS FOR THE COWS, CHICKENS AND HORSES The bet you can buy Phone u youi next order. THOMAS GRAIN & FUEL COMPANY SY .l'i .-ll'ii)! Iini -rln.nl. It Wit IK'V t I th. liny tnn-'tnin pmppriy n.i..-; ,,.,, ,., ,.M, i,,,v, .,.! svi'n n '.nif f ir vnrk mid tinn fur i-v.-r j f, ,),,.,) ,., ,!.,, i in y will Im nml 11 time f..r play. S-n-'iV j ,t,.f.l tv th.- t-.t ,'!.. "ik ,1 1 r. xin I'lip 1 "- if . t if 1- ' I'-'iiiy ; m i.-t i nu n a;nl whuhmi nf t ininr- " : r.iw. TI; ! 11 r ' ."i'' H. "1 it 'v'utt j 1 'h wll In- 11 ifr.-Mi 1 '! f ir I.nh- , If., k a ml fin- t'mi1 I. i'.I. 1. K ppnpli" , will t.ikf pnilp i-l. 'I ll' r-iliiiii'l , . niiiii.'inif n:i" ifr.Mitlv r.ti'i'ftf'l in ' nrphun Bi hiiiit"! hikI tint nrphanaifi" I Ik-iiik mi thp Smihh K' , U"V. Swin ' ni'VM ti'lli n tlmt ml iv hut ti ilo in ! t win" imt ntily ni th St t p I Tpxii-, ll'it 1" till" l"l' fi" I 1 lif SiiiMh I'p riim- f. r ppnpli' to df- 1 I mt iirphnn ihililiPii In tlip riimlni : t.ir Mini thsit thi-V wilt lip tkp hii.I i 1 iiri'il fur on Hip truin anil Mifplv dflivpri'il tn this iirphHtiKe hv thf S:iiit;i Kp HnilrniiH Ciimpany. One nf thp chilili'Pii fmm I.tililm-k is f ..ni ni-" I :n llip S-M'finlipr numliiT nf thp TfHs(ll;liihnniii Rinlwny fin nip, ii"il a stmy in i'.'htIpiI in th" Sn"ii Kp Jnurnai t"IHni nf thep nrnhMii rhililri'ii. Kvpry intivpsliil ,ii,7..n l.nill nttpiul thi- mar meet intr at the Auditorium Friday niRht. September th. j Wimily Howpn wan then tiled upon t respond to the snLieit, ! "Ilnw tn imprnvp my timp." hut he : umlfrstiMiil hm snhjeet to he. "Hw to improve our spare mnmenta." He I rani that Oirtm wan the imn of a j preacher and should have known bet : tcr than have asmirncd a anhject "f ; thm kind to a preacher. It t.-iken innip tune to (fi't ready to do a 1 ttiiinr than to do it. That in hm I work he ran have no regular nrhed ' ule but hint to take rare of the mm j uteii and hours and the days will 1 then take care of themwlvea. He I gave a very jrnnd illustration nf thm j in how we should value nur lime, in telllnif the xlory of a man who wanted to purchase a book. The clerk in the i tore Uild the customer that the hook wan worth $1.00. He I tripil to purchase the bimk fnr less I amount but emtld not do ml He ! then naked if the proiirii'lor i f 'he store was in and lieinc inlnmed i that he whs but that he very ' li 'sy, he insi. ti il that his buainpsa I was of rfiirrt importatii i- that he ; wnntel to see htm The i er! then linlled the prnpript.ir nml the u ' t.niier pxnluineil how Ii" hud tried ;t . pur hate the hunk for less 'Iihl the pur, hsse pin e ,irnl wanted to I n.iw what he cmild boy the tuml, frnm him for, and beinif infm i"fl thill the book w nild cost. I.im ' i he oh i.'i t. il. sayilitr that the clerk had only asked $1.00. The proprte i lor iiiloimeil him 'hut bp lmil not 'only takpn the i lerk'a time leu had taken hit time swiy from iniifHiti't ; work and that the bonk would now j be worth Hp aays, well what ' . an I purchase the book for mil the prnprietor replied it would now c isl j him $ 1 .;". that he had used Tnore I of his time anil that he would have I to i haitfe it up Hirnnist the ptiri baser nf the liool:. The customer wanted I the book and sipimr the fnitce-t of 'the proposition paid hi t)..i0 for a $1.00 book and went away. He I said that we all iliould tret awav from one work for a time etch year and that he went at fnr away from the i itiii as he enuld for his ac.i tioit, where he could rit and re lieve 'us mind oi the duties that full j upon him whenever he whs in the ! city. Curtis Keen then arnoun ed thai he wanted somelhimt humorous on the program and ask d Daddy Hi' k iiisnii what he did with his time His reapnnse was contained in four words, "Get even with Keen." The meeting was then turned hik tn Kufci Wilson, vice president, who i" a few well chosen word thanked the high whool class for serving; the lunihioii. Made an announce ment that a mass ntretinK would he held Friday right at 9 o'clock to dis- uss "he Orphan Home. The following is a list of the visi tors: France Kakrr, truest ()f V. H. Ward. It. A. Sowder. cuest of S. K. Cone. Dr. N. I. Greer, Riivst of ("has. Wanner. J. V, Ormand, Stam ford, ituest of J. W. Jennings; A. I'. DtiiCtCan, Littleficld, guest of Neil rs . ijrr-j sw t t i i a ' vu. r i . i t 1 am mo Ml II! A Duplex that Does Two Adding Machine Jobs at One Time 0 The BurroiiRhs Duplex lists and total two wts of items at one time and prints separate or comliined totals a bie saving in totaling cash and charge sales, and other double adding jobs. The Duplex will list and total separate groups of items and at the same time automatically accumulate these totals and print the grand total such as figuring sales by clerk9 and total sales; and other summarizing work. The Duplex will save so much time on your figuring that it will pay for itself before you pay for it. AMln, Bnnkkerplna. Cl'iiU tln and Rllltn Mtrhln lit many (rylf and tlum. frierd as low as IIS m.ll amouat damn balanc In Mar paymanta monthly. TO) Amarillo Office, 602 South Taylor Street Phone 1S82 MFFOM 41 ADDING MACHINE COMPANY L Wright. Dr. M. F. Shu mnk. go.-' of S. K. Cole; C. K. Mi.ei'ireN. g,,"-i nf I.. (". Montgomery; G- NlmtfJin. San Francisco, K'-'est nf ('. K. Hum : I'eiinett Slnc'e, guest nf .liit,i"s I.. Dow; Kay Hush, AmariM . .1. I. Fly, guests of T. It. Di.-ggm. LRCES BOUNTY PAID FOR RATTLESNAKES Austin, Sept. 4. Uepresentn. i . John T. Smith nf Travis . outity n o i i'.oIik e nt the I'Pi-ii'ar 'i-si n . Ui" l.egisb.t ure next .liiiiiiary ji i. nrovidiiig foi a bountv to .p .fi UUIIIUIIIHIIIIIIIMHUiUllllimUHIillllM C. D. SHAMBURGER I SOLO ON INSTALU'NTS We SU 5hwin-WJian4 PainU and Vnha, 719 TkateeatUi SUmI, Phone 4IB U II. M LARTY, Miuf 1M SikUenth SUeet, Phtsne 6lM tor thw" 'tillinu wits announced vVicd of Austin, v -ii nil mnnth 1 1 t. mitlcoin' todav I y So, i lin- I'Cl prt ;t entered in ta'hering rattNsnal-i' 'atisti s. Mr. Weed f.pl lh.il the mltle snake is more plentiful this year thrniighout Texas than in nry .n vious year, and that senres of r sons have been bitten, in a number of eases the bites resulting fatally, lie reports that within the last two months there have been four per sons to die in Travis coun'y from the lute of rattlers. Kntllers of enormous sue have been found this summer, nc ovdii g to Mr. Weed. Recently, nt a point a short distance west of the city of Auston there was killed a jriant tattler, Mr. Weed declaring it tn have bad twenty-seven raitbrs. It was probably the largest rattlesnake ever killed in Texas. Recently Mr. Weed was in Fisher county, where he found rattlesnakes in large nuin liers and great siie. He ren. the killing of eighty-one rattlers in one day by C. G. and Floyd Kiser nt Sylvester. All of the.t. snake were found under one rock. The larest snake hud nineteen rattles. "We believe that the time has come when the people of Texas ought to take some action in ridding the State of the deadly rattlesnake, " said Mr. Weed. "With a bounty of 25c or SOe for every rattlesnake killed, we believe that it will not be long before the snakes are killed out. I don't he!:rvt that there is a taipayer in the State who will ob ject to such a bounty if h will only stop long enough to consider the number of deuths which o.rur every year a the result of the bite of rattlesnakes." W. C. McADOO TO BE IN RACE FOR NOMINATION IN 1924 New York, Sept. 7. William (!. M. Adno, former Seen tnry of the Treasury, it an avowed cat ili.hit for the Ili'ii'.i. rar.. nominee f if I'll-illlellt ill ! HUl. 'A'.illii'H C t.y ns. i f Denver, n Senator and ti rim ,' I - r.;. ant it the last three Democratic conven tions, declared here today. "I -aw MiAdno in I.os Angeles less than a month ago," Mr. Lyons .ml, "anil he tnld me very plainly that he would be in the race this timi'." I. ('. Dradley of Amnrilio, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. M. I Mr-. H. II. I'.rndtev. I few I AVALANCHE JOB SOLICITOR VISIIING IN OKLAHOMA Mr. J, C. jin,er and i hit. Inn, of I'li-t City, passed thii'Utili lul.liuik Friday morning riirnut lo Sennnul, OkUhi.nia. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mai tl.rwa, ci'oni.amcd tlum nil the trip, whiih thty am making by suto in., hlle. Mia. Iiiiler l Sir. Mat thvw moilnr. Ih.y will iH r I hlli la Snillni'l and nlher I'U.i'l In Ibat sviliiiti. Mr. Mallhtoas Is Job ..ln it.r if ll.e AvaUinli, and lis bat-n lf life. tl l'i tl.at nilt Una ial, n I Ibv . all.m In. I, id ilmliiil III II ,ll ItlUltl 10) l 'Hi 111 ill Always carry a can of SUNOCO in your car The exclusive qualities and sc'en tific accuracy of SUNOCO Motor Oil ;ire the reasons ;t saves repairs and increases the service value of a car. But you must use SUNOCO exclusively n;t mix it with ordinary oil if you want the best results. For this reason, a I or 5-gal!oa rervo can of the riuht tyie ol SUNOCO should always, be carried under the seat or irt the hack of your car. If you are not yet wains UNOCO, bein at oncn. Don't nt-aWt l,i rnxntur..ty tn tve money and improve the corraiion oi your car. Hore'a the way to Wu. Have the nearest SUNOCO dtliT tlrain the oid, deaj oil from your criikw-b0 Ntore rnuhtiK wi.lt bUNOCOk With SUNOCO t i a clean) st-i.ktjse you'll U aatomahed at the tiou.vr imleaite you ki front (as and oil AUj ; I'm rtnowwd j owvr ai4 "li' your rvuM. LOWTIIER & KUCKF.K, Dtrbutor LuLkotk, Ttsaa fpr ni, AT TsT? XV have an atualive aal ,-Uit -::u;M!:iiuiiuiiiHiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiii(iiiiiiiii)i!!!iiiii!