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a Mottoi "Whit shall it profit j nation if it gauis untold wealth and its people lose their liberty.' LUHHOCK. lUHHOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, KKIDAY. nCTOHKK lb I'.miv VOL. IX NO l; It I ORGANIZE COUNTY FAIR Their i.i Unlimited Aimmut uf Benefit to be Derived from SshowiuK What the t'.uuitry will Proline Ihe At alanchf La-, for some t,me advocated the organization of a county fair for Lubbock to I' held annually, so that oui eople could show lo those who would attend, what a wonderfully pro ductive countrv we Lave. This tair should of course be opm to nil kind of farm, orchard and gar den and ranc h produce aud in our opinion would prove itself. not only very interesting. insiructite, but very lienetmal m many was, lo the k'0'I', town and country generally otne of our oldest iti.ens of the count i y might learn things about the country that they did not know liefore For .stance, take the Panhandle pair held at Aruanllo a w eek or so since j and learn what Mi. White, one of tbe oldest c -itien of the Panhan dle a.ts about the exhibit there. He savi in part "1 have litol on the Plain for twenty years, but I tind thai I did not know even my own country. The grain, fruit and vegetables mat are displayed her are a rev elation to n'-, and 1 had n idea the plains could produce such a growth. I am particularly au.ia.ied at the kplendid knowing of ludiau iorn. ror the pa'. two or three ear 1 have felt that we could grow good com here and grow 'plenty of it. but I never dreamed that we could produce such corn a 1 have seen H) these I moth. "1 hav e jmhj.ii kuch corn ill tt.e older states, but there the land i fertilized and had been in culti vation many tears On the Plain fertilization is unknown, and the ground has teu cultivated but a few years. What.t will do after year of ulttvalion and fertilta tion ii of course only problematic al at present, but juJgmg by what i already khown. there win to be no reavjn to doubt that the Panhandle country will vurpats the older state as ad agricultural ounlrv To Our Patron Having sold our hvery buitns, we lake thi method of thanking all our patron for their inovt liberal patronage and ask that you continue 'to patronne our uc lessor, Mt. J. A , Andy I WiUon as liberally or IxKtet if pceibi. Again thinking vou one and all w remain Vbuts truly. Lubbock Livery Co. Wall Paper. Wewuh to inform the public tLit we now Lave in stock anj will continue to carry a full hue of wall paper, itccludinf all the -luuiiij n cur i novelties at ut 1-2 cenuto ILX W will also latest desigba an pricrsr waging from $1.00 per double roll carry complete Hne of picture moulds, frame afid other interior decorations. We aolicit your at- ronagr. hrophire A Kin ley. - John lluffktetler, of Petef. bury spent wturday mor&itg io the city To My Friends Having purchased tin combine XL. interests of Messrs. lntou and I Poaoy in The rirt National Hunk of LubbH k, Texas, 1 wish to ex U'nd to the customers and friend of the bank m.v heartv apprecia tion of their pat pain:. age uud support and to solicit i ont.nu ancc of same. a well us tne future banking business of v.-i cit,rnj of the grcul "Lubbtx . ountiy " f Hat ing iuj self been a i men oi . t the Plains for over J'. veais, and having experienced di.r.ng ttittt time its many t icissitu !.. I feelf that 1 bate a-, leepti low .ti IU.V heart for oui counti.v as undone, and knowing the wants and need of. oui people getic-ially pr.ttv well, 1 will uy without i i tHiic that w e can Uc ai e t bankiLg onin-s i - i i . e ,HVe h'lt'I Uiol.i v '" I " and we ale goV.v I1' l'S it atld tl.erefnie ..e. tf.ill fe cjuesteer oi u-toTiiet .! U,e bank af well A- all thi i ir:. iils U make u- I'llli-ONAI. i;t before pla' ing i- i r,-v W tiere I have U-en II, e ;,e-,t sloe k hoi it r i r, iiu- i.ii.k !t,.d t. prciose lo HihKi' it u..- k.-.i nr d tSt bunk III tti:s I'ii . r. t r V . alel !u that end have h-m. m'.-.l w.tb :u for the fjtuie manugeiiiMnt of tin- IDslilUliOl. . t!,olug rl, ffl.a lie in.l minpelel.t in. I. Our president. Mi .1 l nld well, .n.-eds no ii.tiod.n iii.n.to L,.n bA k people. v !. !e ot.r (H-l.ie, Mr. II. I Ku..bro. of la.tloi. 'lexa. .aiuol comjvteijt latik'-r. bavilig had. 1" tes eper,ence in the bul.nes Kii ass.sUl cabnei. Mi Jr.. W. ak t. m alo well knuwii to L-'-bo. k people, as wellaio'ii Ikx'K ket'iet", Mr. lldgar Pnesi Wih:Lg lo all uiiUijiiJi'l tuc co and prosperity, and earnestly repeating a per.onal .v.t u, our lnk from eacL an 1 evi-rv I am er hepectf ul!. . 1. T. Leitei A c A burpris. Kivt oung lad.. l. I. ,'- upon theiLlve tourp.,iwo lonely old Utchloi ore n,4M this week wharenpon the) gathei.-l them alve together secured a chape rotie, a set of c hatf : kr -bshe and two escort ant pi.xicdcd to the loiielv a'Kxh- oi two worthy gentlemen Mes,, r p.all... jet .ml Kimmell wLer, a great surpr.s, wa given the two t st.i'uislie.J tfeLlleman Ni must surpriM'.i wu -iue . tuai ivn.iii- -.ii'- jouj ,,. , Duncb of maidens iouId .leall.l what was being done Mr J.10. P , , , , Uw, had Use,, notified U. appeal 1 . . 1 . , 1 . ,i 11. no 1 nasie 10 assiki m eiiierin.n ing tha fair t sitort After a few mmutes ..1 ulk.Lg ml laughing the ma.d, pna ee le.J to prepare a three course Intel. which wit krvcd without ere Uiony upon the floor and -ani consiSU-J of chilli aud irackert Welch rabbit (Moll.e cottontail - cotfe and .ukle and candr and LUL The paitt ...u.Kstd ol M .u.. U'.lc t,-1,n 1'UrL Rush, llyuian. Me.sa, IWrne, ajiJ.Kuh. fhapeio.ed l. Mrc Mabel Powell . . . . . Andy WiIm.ii tl,,- ..,. ,,ir chauxl tbehverv I ...... fo, loerly owned by m LubUak Lit err Core pa. o nr. I a ill ci;d.n t the businri tl thema old tai.J DEMOCRATIC CAHPAIGN T H r x l e oi lii. ueuio It I a ik ratio (,'ainj'iiiii i Jieiiitf Paid by Nuuiemu Small ( iitrilut(jr I'lioroil Worth Telegram com ! meriting on irie iemaraiic cam . . . . paign sa.v ' Out of a total of y''i.,Nu col li ted by the JemiM ratic national i committee to duU- to pay the atupu:gii expense, all sate tbe I sum uf iL'J.'.t" , me been f i ontributeil bythobe whose dona tion have l-en less than .V". x'""'Onl; lourteen demm rats have given a- much as jl.'uxi ajid onlv "eigbteeli Late given as much as Ovei ilSU.IXMi has nfU '(ollis.terl In democratic newspa per from demix rain 'ople ' "This is a yood sign of the line I'oiicenlialed wealth an ador l to give large sums of inonev foi ulu-rtoi purpose lint when , l ie gieiti ImhI.v of Xinerii fcii peo pie uii.U- in raikitig a campaign lund it prove that oelnnd the-j gitcr is a doer and at lei all il is I, allot. i,! Ixkulle ll.Kl , ouhl Hi the hnal ai alysc. 'When a man gite a great sum of mone) in the interest of ant politic ai party he is more likely to I animated by profit veking ralhei Uiati by patriotism. elfih ne and not aentunent i Uie pro P limg cause. " I .ff dion f mleresU ekiiiy h ohcentialect leadership tan overcoiiitt a cotiientratiou of inter-e-t seeking a diffusion of leader ship in a political liattle. " tide it is true that Mrtan ai.-t Keru have trie heavier fiandi- the matter of i ap to ov ercome in Wllj0iliir doubtful statea. it is also true that the campaign up to itu dte has la-en free from demo cralii mistake and from a demo i talic standpoint have not been mairisl bv discordant element iiii ii On the other band the republican c,llmigll L4s beli marked bv ,I lIliors kmrJnev . Willi B UiUi puJ1 lslroutf ,,uj , m .u.tfi.-r , ontnbutioi, bt the democrats ho are able to aid in the good work, the laurel wreath of vidolV will yet le placed uik)u Uie depilatetl firow of Will,am Jennings Hryar. to the KU,ume c,dences of the joyous !... a-, of the southern eople la.rman Mack .huuld mmr . 1 , urti.ltnin uf mm, nf Ins I l1, longratuiaiion 01 men 01 1111 ,, -. .... u ,.. , ountrv t'1 irom one enu 01 im counirt , .,,i.. ii .j.,.,,.,, the to tne tiiiiei. ne 1 piloting me ..artt w ,th a master hand and he is reading li.e poiiucw cnans m i,r, ., ,-,1,1 rl , hurt- .1, a manner that enable bini to llf hljjell r,M k, an,j umark Um ' Midland ik another town that j ha sutlered heat y Ioam Lj tie. tji he ha, no tire depaxtmwjt or 1 water work system. Sliehad two la I tire recent! t aivl one psrty ,l't hit life Now tit town irt liiLv bnsv aiel is ffOtOf to have s lire dep.rt.yent wd w.ter work. astern A we bare, oft Line, 'd before Lubbock kl.ouJJ gel linn atul trrtcra fnr wirne 1 . -. , - i,. , ,. i kind of hr fchVuig faol.tie II- UrlK- Ve all right far ai' '-bleof cxom j : p'shinl ut it is often hand-1 1' WJ- of tr. Doolin on Panhandle Country ; WEST TEXAS Kurt Worth, 1'exa.s, Oct. 1'.'- C(1M' C I f ISJ, Pat Ioolin, lite .lock claim agent! W-Jil U Vl-Uli for the Koit Worth and Iemer, w ith lien l(uaitersHl Quanah, -a.vs-"Then1 is an abundanceof ev er thing in the Panhandle rutmirt, aud in feed 'lull's the laiiners are especially well liied. Corn, hay and alfalfa an plentiful and grass i ery titie. There are a great liianv tan's in tbe countrv lo feed .,, i I ,i ... . , or, I a good part oi tbe coin to, and witli Port W orth, the Uvt hog market m the I'nited Males, easily association. accessible thcl e is lm reason w hy "To All ( AJlJilJieii ihI Club this should tot be made ail llllor-' ( iieeting : "Mln r la-,1 lueeline tanl industry in (hat set tion The anous low ns and . nunt ie. i r ; . Paiiliar: lie u a fan deinonsii a lion v-nted in our work assejubli I of what can U- a i omphshed in ihen etlnbils at the es'. Vi, r.he wa.t of diversified tufliji iikf . a hail at Abilene, held sepl '.' eiervtlutig is tieilie laised iheie iu .-.', and from lulei.c : tombi... I the wav of farm pioiJuct1-, IruilM lid vegetables. This (v what Tela needs lo gi v e luoie i nhsld- eratioh l. mid 1 sa.v Without f,esi tain t, that '1 he lalla News has doiir more to tart the laimeis on the nghl roN,! Hi dvelopi!iv llir reiouri es ol tli Mat- than alit 'other agei.it anl i lo be . oiu i mended tor it- f h I work m Ihc I respei t Killing Jt Barstow. IV. i,', leVHs . . 1 I .I. tt . leVHs . i I. wns -. I iol I o M at v death ;llartow la-t n.dil wlnle leading a leltei I ...I I oni,y admitted timm the shot- il, d siirrendri e I l the shel ill I'leylioili was -Aandliig in lioul of the (xisl office lending a letter: when he incivsl a load in his I back. He turned aiound and re ceived a set (Hid shot m ihe head and tell dead Vouiig wa- a i hum oi t.uthur Howell, who wa-. k.lled last ug- by ( leghorn t l l-K The fatmcik an gi-llmg nlong Well fcatheril,fc' -he tliips. Kveilnly well and doiLr well. .1 h tUi on went to Plamvievv I nevlat ol, fi,isii,e. Mio aiidei s tilled hi Menial appointment utida. .1 K. Miaikl.ford. ot Lubk, 1 wasoullosee the AcUfl people j and attend preaching Sunda.t . (9 K. Kuh and Alton I'.iowi '"' I'la.nview Mondat after fieigut for Lubla k W Clark of Lubbocl. is help Harford budd his new i .. ICsiucuvt- i ' Kolml, the hiK'i shelin, I f 1 wa.. out Mondat mt itii.g some ol our ctwens up lo help ,n the - - - court w im i. ouv en- m s,eui- diss Uush is pulling iu some good time for 1 John s. .11 now dav Jno. Aide left Tuedat lot l)i ken cojlIv on husiu.. Hurt Itjrfoi I and wife left MciuJav for lerrt eountt on loi ne . I. It Ituifor l au.1 iiiothn were "t s.,.,d. to .iten 1 preaching Happy Jak a Se tics . k pla on tlie Ov ert-tfi Addition to ' bu.l l another ies. Iente Bs a.u a. material can collected and cat- pnlei can do U. rk .sirrrtnry ThotuHS i. Much With tin- IW lesM IjeiUK Maile Ii) t IViii- ( 'uiinli--. The follow llig is tk'llig se'il out bv eci etai V J lioinas to nil I i k t I . oiiiinen ml ( lub m alt tl..- exhibit was sent h expiess lii li Allloiiiii. Ilolli wloih pla saiue Will be shipped lolu!!,. and showii their dining the Mule J Hi I "At the Abilene I'mii the iilv ol Mambiid wuii lit-t i'ii,' ui, I (he lit He i i lili. n a a low , e 1, 1 1.,, I while alahaii imui,1 wie, Ii, l pll.e as a ciniliU evhibil rt 1 . 1 Kdoi cumilv se. ,,id tlml'-l COIililv Hlld ttietllV of Ahlli'lu- l iiig barred tiom both contest-, on account of the fail l-inp held tl Abilene.) s,,uir. rj dlfleie, I '.ouiities were reuirsented and the i .j,;,! s ttt.(, j t ( ieiilat le and at 1 1 acted a g teat deal of lav oi "e comluelit floin ihe t isitol'v "At Min Anloiiio ti e lombined evhiliit of ( elilinl West Texas look lirsl prie.- wim (fit- blue lil'U.ii aild 1M pietniiim of). -led b.t the International hair Asmi. m t:oUof lhal iilv. rhousnnds ot visitors calle.( at the liead.iiart. i s and tegisterel their naim' foi literalli re of the ditlereiit tow. ; in the association memoi aii luill of these I, allies m In- sel.l each club a soon as iei eived rroui liie gentleman in charge of the 1 evhibil "The netl lueeliiik; of t )- , soiiatioli will lie iir-ld III t 'oho i I,. leiAs, mi Tuesday le, t'iiiU i ., I'M, and an elainate pioyiam tnjlh tor the elilertau.lliei,l the Vst .Hid the sUlcls to l- di Liissnj. is heinv airangeJ S n,!,- l,,e attendance lalelt ha avnage.i '-' to .. it i etite.ll. have a thousand in alten dm,, e ai this meeliliki. aud it is lh lefoie unportaut thai each town adiliate.i make their arratireiiients to Iiul large deleat Hills to the mee.mi pecial men will In- uli hand irp re-Dting a laige nunitH-i ot uewi . . . pHperi to let ord tha pra.edn . iii, and help u in then usual hbeial mannei 11, pushing the w. ik 111, ,,,.,., "K11.. U keen th.s .,it..e .1 . ,., .;,..,. .i .i i.,,. opuing 111 vuui town Inn', number of ui.u.nes ire slantly bemg received Irom pe.. pie who ate hunting bu-n,ss tpeii ings and mdusliial opHtituii,tirs oui o n ti uli . '( P. rilOMA.s ""seiiitait CVntial Wei le VsstM latioti of C omiiien lal t "lu'.-. Notice All -ltMi know uig theit-t r to be indebted tt the LubUk Invert ( 'ompaii.v w H please in a arraiigeinent to - eUl ame at otH-e we hae'o. our lHi,,e. auJ dene to i io4t ttiir l.L a OOU a poSiMe. 1m tt Lcbn.k LikrlV i '