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TM K A VAIi A .NO! I lO
Tlllfi AVAIjANCM I 12
JAMfcH L. IwtVV.
JM, F. Tl'HNKIl,
KnWeil at tint IVmlomcn t LuhUtrk,
Malm a aecoml clan, mailer.
(Strictly In Advance)
One Yrar ll.tK)
advkhiibinh itATrn:L(Haln liU"pnl ht Hnppirli Insertion. I Mnplny- n
Vf MlM'inrnU 1') ccnta ier Mnttle column Inch per wetk; apeclal rate on
year contract. Card of thank. resolution Oliltuarlea, (other than
wrlttcnby ourselvca. 2 1-2 eenU per line. Church advert lament, where
a revenue I derived therefrom, ft cent per line. Professional card 11.00
per month or 110 per year If paid In advance.
r KOUU WKKKS CONSTITUTKA MONTH FOR AnVKUTlSlNU
OFKICK 1MIONK 14
LUIUJOCK TKXAS. TIirKSDAY, NOVIOMIMlIl 1 1 . 11KHM
Onward for a $25, 000 school
building. The ground was brok
en for this building last Tuesday
'Rah for Lubbock.
Every man who owns property
in the city should plant a few
trees. It makes a great deal of
difference when it comes to the
appearance of a place.
Lubbock wants a great many
more farmers, and in order to i
get them we should offer all the
inducements possible by furnish
ing him a ready market for his
produce, and at the very best
Lubbock will have one of the
nicest school buildings in the
vest when the new building is
completed. Vou need not be
afraid to come to Lubbock t.i
send your children t' sch"l, we
will be prepared to take care of
them in the very best way.
According t the reports fruii
the market ai.d the bi;r ho
raising districts, a few hogs
planted ai"ng with the cti: crop
next year will '.-. be a bad ii
vesification. The man with the
hogs to sell this year is the man
with his bank account on the
right side of the ledger. I'lar.t
a few hogs next year and you
will be on easv street.
More rent houses are needed
in Lubbock to accomodate the
people who are coming here.
Many are moinghere and want
to n r.t a building for a time,
till they can build a house of
their own. and the rent that
they are willing to pay is sutlici
ent to justify the investment of
several hundred d dlars in ten
The California State Normal
girls are having ari"US kinds of
aches liecause of the edict of a
certain principal of the school to
the effect that they must not
wear "rats" "puffs" "switches"
braids or monstrous riblxin Ikavs,
to add little touches of beauty to
their tresses. Indeed, it is sad.
and quite a calamity on the deal
ers in these gools as well.
We are of the opinion that
Lublntck is needing another
cleaning up from sanitary stand
jmint. and she does not only need
it. but. she must have a thorough
disinfecting, if we expect for
eop!e to conn" here and become
attracted by the healthful con
ditions of the people of the tow n.
Ix-ts have enough pride to keep
everything around our premises
in a i-erfect sanitary condition.
Tho City Council should by all
means take up the tt at NT of es
tablishing a uniform sidewalk
width in the business- part of the
city at leant arid it would not !
a bud idea to also establish a r.d
regarding the residence wet ion
of the city. It i coming the
proper time of the par tn m!
,.it trcen. arid it w ill I-- a in at
belli to those who waf t to M t
. . . .
out a f. w to kn.-w j..t
b.retoput II. r, sotl.at there
Mil I-- t.m troul !e al-.t th.m la I
w . ..
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MV I wiHAV HV
PUIII JHIIINM I'D.
MUTnU. 'guilty l ,h0 '""'I'''' "f l-l.v I
Asm K'l ATM l.lMTnit.l Audrey f F 'ft Worth ami threw
himaclf nn llin mcrcv of the
Tei. (of tramunlwiltm tlirmitfli tint
Mt Moulin fKH-
KKSIDKNCK 1MIOXK i!42
With men, teams and track
lajin ma h.nis strung aion tne
line irom iaujuock io coieman,
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it looks like there is going to be
a noise like railroad connections
with several live towns along
the line in a few months, and
Lubbock will feel good connected
U m I til int. LW no ii rvv a. v i- . , 1 u a 4l
1 . o t i injr. and sai'l that a death son
water. Coleman. Snyder and;, . .
I'ost City. The I!ig track-laying
machine of Col. Hurley's was
put to work on the Lubbock end
of the line, where the other ma
chine left oir some five or six
miles southeast of town. Friday
morning, and they are going
down the line at the rate of four
miles a day.
TIIK LAW OF AVFKACFS
The happy anil contented per
son is that one who figures life
on the law of averages. It mat
ters not hew hard the lines may
fall, if we will only make a calm
li.-ust-il inveritort of the
, sit i;at i' n we :.r
we are ( :v.r
all the ti:.-..
iy l.a.e a t
t lungs o
oppressive nature. Life t be
lived fully mast of mvcessity be
active. Active forces are need
ed in the march toward the
grave and to keep the eventual
destiny from palling on one's
nerves we should devote our
time dilligently to the things our
hands find to do. Every walk
in life demands certain duties.
No life can escape its demands.
Those who trv to shirk will find.
to their sorrow, that life is in
exhorable in her demands and
no respoctor of persons. We
sometimes envy th-i fellow who
wears the monoele and sports
the gold headed cane or the
I, I .. i.v,.r,,.k .....dl..
V H I I (.1 : 1 II1' 1 11 i 1 I l IK M " rwn IV
in her lap, in place of a wet
babe, yet what can possibly
compared to the joys of mother-
.. i- !
n.H-d or me connuence oi men.
ti... i f u - r,.. ,.r
. . A LuUImx'K lyountv (ireeting
the moving forces in our exist- Vou are herehy commanded to
ence. As we labor so will we summon ihe unknown heirs of li.
be of the really greot. That M. W hittle and I on W hittle, l.y
man who g'K-s forth to the tasks making publication of this Ciudon
r u i,. .;.;, . . . i,;- once ea li week for eight succes
of each day with a song on Ins , .,
, . . sive weeks previous to the re
hps aad a determination to add turJ day hereof, ir. some news-
to life his proportionate share is paper publi.she.l in yiur county, if
getting more out of life in a day
than all the fobs of earth can
possible obtain in a century.
1 ..-..1 .1 f . . t m . in
I M I Oil l II I M I HI I III.- rlMfll V Mi
which you are fitted to lalmr is
the greatest of achievements. To
work with willing hands. Fig-
i.re vour station on the law of
n mi i n
averages ard ad u.ll be well.
Strive f.-r the In st, but do not
let the mind iM-cotne so poisoned
bv en y. jealousy or hatred as lo
unfit vou to know the I st when
.. ,, ,
it arrives. LemrmU-r vou can-
not esi ape the law of averages,
It is of the earth a part and of
yo.r life a positive ijuahtv. !:
faithful to ,..,h .hns demand
, ,i .i
and rest your amd with the
truth n.bra. -d in this oi.
!l ief ' e. ( T 1 W hu h f.of.l
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M I I
I l 'll s . I i I I. r( III',' li h
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u . ! r 1 1 !. i nf l. f I
I o res. i 1. 1 A. re
hlaciiic M rnlleil In tin' Inn -
Miletroiitl nt I'lntendon HiUnf -
,m I! 11 Miller i.IkiuIimI
Autrrv Hh.Un unknown man
,.,, . ... .
were killed nN.Ar.l n nmvinjf
train nenr iiiiea nisi
The crime caused one
of the most profound sensations
that section of the country has
known. When Miller was ar
rested he was taken from Clar
endon to the jail at Memphis.
At Memphis he was tried for
killing the unknown man and
piven a life sentence. A few
days ago he was removed from
the penitentiary, by virtue of a
bench warrant, and brought to
Clarendon to answer to
charge of killing Autrcy.
Whl.n the accused ha(1 ,(kl.ukl(1
.w , ,. ...
'guilty and sued for mercy. I)is -
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the infliction of a life penalty,
urging that such would not be a
punishment for the case at bar.
'as familiar penalty is now pend-
tence should be imposed.
A verdict has not been
A cash basis is t:- only w ay to
give thf people value received for
what they buy. Uyad the ,lno. ( ',.
Cowart ad It tells you about tins
The Wellington Times has r.--
verted to its original owner, 11.
H. Templeton. who will super
vise its destiny.
Moi ev save.! is moni-y mu
.. .1. Cowurt is pri'pared !o sum"
( u mo; c . Ilring him vn!.r ex
t:'i;'ltts t,;, orx!;C'-l m l:d .
I he most pi
"i !i ';!.
m: lir wii v
I-. o'i ;l i. a
e el' ' . ,
' I i t 'i" ;i;i'ss;..
' 'W .li t :. i ill I i
ad- a !
'. e k .
I tit re
gi nn 1 :
trip to S,,ur
;i-t a big rush oi
and the prospects
of that section.
0, R. HilUr riHdi lHnit
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Alnntlll't, I ",, NtV li. - - nH
Amerea, Annie Lhi.ih-, Auld
Having hoiigl.t t!:" ll. F F. I-:mg . ne, Fattle Hymn of the
Craig photo gallery I will ap- Kepuhhc, V.h the unshiiie,
pre.-iate the patronage of old as ( 'olumhia. Coimn' Thro' the Hve,
well as new friends. .1. I. 1'hillips. Farhng Nellie ( ', ray, I hue's Lund.
1 It Flag of the Free, Had Colum
hia. Home, wect Home, .luanila.
K. L. Crosser, of Clayton, N.
M., is here this week prospect
ing. He will likely locate at this
Come around and see if we can
not please you We are going to
do first -Nss and up to l ite work.
.1. I. l'hllhps.
Mrs. Ann Koland an i daughter
"f Weitherford are viV.ting in our
city. Mrs. Koland is a
J. It ireen (if this city,
CITATION ItV l'CnLICATK)N
I o the .sheriff or and t-onstnble of
therein a newspaper published
therein, but if not, then
newspaper puonsneii mine Mia
ludicial I'lstntt; oul ir there in-
. .... I 1
,udlCial Ihstnd, then m a news-
paMr published in the near .st
Itrn t to said r,th .lu.jieial
' to appear at ;he next
regular term of the Ihstrut
(;jrt ,)f ,,,,,,, k . ul)
Monday in Noveiul-.-r A. I. l'o
the same heing. ', 2ul day of
NovemU r A. '. p.n.r.i, then and
l" usv''r Kiit'"" in
sai l court O', the ."'.rd day of ."si'p
1i-1. ,. ..... ' c ,.,
emix-r A. p. iu a 6Jit,
umlred ,,, the docket of fcaid
co irt No. ;ih7, wherein, Viola
' " k'h', ,y, joined by her buUnd,
luirUrty. . P
atl the uiikown heir of K. M.
Vi- ml..hi.i..i. .u.
mint" iin i tiii niii" - ....
.'endants. uit to reino!" loud
from title, by fceeUing to hate
tlift inititaket on the part of the
w ritnii-rt who drew ihe deed
constituting part of ihe iii-n
ioi -3ni in plan. tiff' ham of
line, i or ri- wi aii'i rrioriiii
Ulir, llllinn'l mi I
Pu...t.i!, .Ihgmg ih.t on r
.i.tl .i.e ,.l day ,,1 Unf.
, r,.,. 1 1 at they Uwf.dlf
i i i ..i ii . ,
if..VNl land fth'l i.tHnl,
limited In (lip limn itf Ii'iIiIhh It,
,(,,MM L ll,1i,.. ,.. ImlJi,,,,
" .' " ' "'"
1 mid lulrtiltitr !hr Minn Im fer
hot V, ,1 MhM III him k lot
20 III block l)t, lot 10 III Mot k
MA, lot HI lii block m1., nt 7,
IN, IV nnd o In block hi, ami loin
i'. 17, IH mid i in U.xk llM
an ftaiur aro aliown un tlio map of
"" ' .1 , ,, "', ,
iiatfca Jisi-ft, PtTtl Hecorda, Iub
j,, (,MMlt . r
lit a i .
l'laititiff would here hliow to
the court that there wan a mis
take on the part of thp hcrivPhors
in describing lot 10, 17 IN and 1',)
a in block 1'., when they
should have described them as in
block ID, and other imperfect de
scriptions of the above descriU'd
land and premises, in that it does
not designate the town, county
or state, in which said land and
primises is located, which ren
ders the alaivc described land and
I premises uncertain as to its exact
identity, and thereby casts a cloud
on the title.
p r a y
Mudgment or the court the tie-
1 fpmrtn , llllk,)OW1 h,iis of
judgment of the court
i ., 1 i. w i .
1K. M. Whittle and Hon N hit-
, t ll0 cite, l(, H).ar HI1( HIlS
t wer this petition, and that plain
I i ffw Ituvw iiii 1 irinoi i r f t irtu i r. ir ur.il
,,,.,.1,, tu. msKtks HI, orrors
of the scriveners in the deeds con
stituting the plaintiffs incite chain
of title, and tint pliiii. tills !
quieteil in their title, for cost of
suit, and for such other and fur
ther relief, special and general, in
law and in enuity, that they may
be entitled to.
Herein fail not, but hav e before j
s'lid court, at its afore i d next,
regular term, this writ w ith your
return thereon, showing how you
have executed the suine.
n iti.-.s, F.i;iU-th Mo.vd, Clerk
f the I iistru t court of Luhl.k
(riven under my hand and seal
of s-ud ( 01,11, at ollii e III Li.Umi. i
this the ,"rd day of Septni,! k-i , A.
lilinl'i'tii ll. i. ( "oi k.
of tli" I bsiriet ( '! it , I , . hiiei-k
r ,tV. '. I'd
LMNCi I k'lili
With I;acli Onlcr for OKI
Time Jon Hxk at MIc.
."e.' ih-iif old tiil.i s we nil oe,
mo!-., and niu-.li' eonipli'le lor
oiai.o or oi-'un. for 1" (iids
liCHd Km.llv Light, Lilly la!e.
Iong ago, Marching Thro' (ieor
L'ia, Masses in the Cold (iroun l.
My lionnie. My Maryland. H I
Kent iicke.v Home. ( i I I'i!a k .be,
Koiim Adair. ke.J in the Cra
die of the leep. will:ee lover.
weet atid low. Blue IUdU of
"seollalid, I-iist Lose ol ,:mil.er.
( l I ( ken It'll ket. Mar pnneed
Itanner, m ant Chair, I hose
livening Im-IL. Tiamp, Tramp. I
I ramp, I nele Ned, Were lint
ing Tonight. W hen the waliows
Homeward Fly, andtoidy others j
for Pe, stamps or coin. For aj
short tune we w ill si-nd a gold1
plated finger ring f Khh. as a
souven.er to each one w ho sends a
,. , . . , . .
dime jor me song inkik. .-mtni u
day to Piano find Music Co.
4 J tf
The Lubbf :k Liveni
CUS 1 N. AAnnfiucr
Hlir riMiliii r
Stuff in well
TeMiM. If you
Inn. I LIST IT
j Real l;stntc ami Insurance
: "Proper s
i LISr YOUR PROPERTY FOR SLr WITH US I
Z Prompt, reliable and courteous services JJ
m Poirth door West Citizens Naonal Hank S
J I.UMSOCK, TI;AS i S
Cool, Clean and Comforablc
Hie hoiksc is
Phono 2 CH
Parker 3Vuo SaiW
I r the best in
w ill not go w rong if ou
me. None but
absolutely guaranteed. .
And GoocLluery RIm
Some es One
Sic has a fc second hand
vehicles thatV' offers cheap
Don't forget fle cab and bus
service to aS' part of the
city. Czi, of course.
Lcinp Co. 2
i tiino fl Mlil 1 1 1 ri j
h frtiiii nil purl tif
wimt t m II vinir
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