"VC'hftl shall it profit .1 nation if it Raim untold wealth and its people losf their liberty."
KKIDAY. JANUARY . lm
il.n 1 ...... I
1 iv l'i's. ;
tt'llc Will readily see
f div id inr the county.
orn owt.ni to its central
Kl Count) Serkf to be
Di vili d Slie is Too
Lrtrge for Practicable Us
1 location and m iv milages over other
t ';s ili tin easier n pull of the
1 . 111 1
CUt'V hKS " Ut'CUt'U HaVALlBtfO
I'.ir the county seat of the pro
posed new county.
Van Horn, Texas, .Jnn. j. Thr
leyi-l:it ure will he pftiti'-iifl to1
divide F.I IVo counlv . the :Y kl-
wig line to run north urd oi.th!
Cig Land Deal
n:i Antonio, Tex., Jan. "2. -A
rcjur I I'lcilwi.r land sh was put
li.n.ugt tinlay in w hit. h l,Oo'J,WO
in.rt'i in "sonora, Mexico charged
h'inos. .1. II. 1'ickcr completed
Li Greatly .ieeded to Furn
ish Direct Houte For
California, Tourist: and
II I id to (TOss till' I iilvcstc.'!. 1 tin' 1 1 n t li
Harmburjr sti-1 Sin t.toi.io iail ! will tinxi-tv
way at La -, h point cightv
tlne mile-, cast of Kl l'ni'. tin'
present county sent. lie new
county is to In- r.inui! t'l.ilii'r-nri
1 ount.v and it i" I"- 'ncr.t.v liiili'i
a iJe fa--1 n:. l w "t
F.I Pu-o county I ' ttn. i-irge .11 'I
many people mi' ti n ifiiint" fii iii
the ( ount.V v iit f"T Hi -I'ilii e :t is
I'O Mali's from t!,'- i'n-Iit; l...ii.
duly of ti e cm tv t" the 1 t.v
m at Tii is i very 1 -iw ioi
vittir.sf-s :i: ! !!. -rs li'ivii. ' nt
li nd court. 1 1." -.i -1 r 1 1 " r ? - .
f the cour. t.v is i.p i
fust and the p'" !' fi- I t;.' :i:
entitle 1 to a ! . 1 .i.tv v at
It is siii'l El I'.i- ' ii! i T r i "
oppuMlioTl Mil l ,t i t'i ! ' i llril
11. ci 11 it-rt ls.
1 irlv it' lar
The tract of
us I )i la are
I s 1. 1 1 1
1 .. . j !
"Fort Worth needi to cllle an
extension of the Suits Ft' rail
rsual froru here to Texioi uj or
dor to cinch lieyornl h douht the
A riit'ru an Central ' mak'oiti' ent tratfic to Northwest
1 1 1 t It t I 1 ' I
tl.i-M-ctio.i for tlie 1 lexas, u.-ciareu j. n. .ucimiii.-i
lust nicht. Continuing, he sail:
"And I hehi've e could siur
it by the pro)er effect, for the
aiita Fe is now esteinhi! its hue
At Marfj ; Miuthe-ist from Texico or ( uis.
I'r.iii'Hi. who liHs lately atul the survey call- for Lub
1 i n,' h inti rests here, was 1 Ihk k coufit.v. Thi.-i hue is intei d
il ti e Mirla H'Mise Ittst.eil to open up a route from Mint
section to the tfulf and by way
Port Worth would In; veny r.at
"ik h a hue would j.ive a di
rect route from here to California
for the heavy tourist travel whu h
now yoes by aii Antonio and FI
Paso, as well ns brin: the live
to k aud other freight from tin
LubbcK'k and IMaiiiviw nv.u;.,
direi tly to F rt W'oitti. I ne
(ii.iiii'ii is edaiigirig las
e to I. ililfvi,, I living 1
t!,e 1 i.iintd plare there. I
a )' I le'low aii-1 we re
d ' p 1 1 1 1 1 1 e I
. K. D i ' :i r J of the P.nd.ali ',
ho In 1, '.I ti.e I 'ill I ( 101 doll I
i. v -is 11 1 I -ivi! t caller at ,
, , ; i n I i-t vM-"k and in
i'ici'.t : o-ir s'iii-i'i:'t.'iti list -
Miiii N.m l'.m. 1
ofnirig of tli Orient into Tela
from Chilicotbe to Sweetwater
give all that Mctiou a direct
road to the Kansas City markeU
and unless Fort Worth is alive to
the situation Kai aa City will
soon U getting lie enormous
trade of that fertile section. The
San'a Fe is Kmtf to extend
southwest to meet either the, San
Angelo branch from temple or it
will come to Fort Worth. Il
would open up a much letur
territory by coming thi way
and I think we should inveligate
the situation and get busy.
"oiiip fifteen or eighteeu yearn
ago the .-santa Ke undertook a
nad from Fort Worth to Albu
LID ON AT
heritl 11 ugh iMMarea
Thervare fw Violatioi s
ButTh?rti Mut b? Sour
Will Enforce tlie La.
The Amai illo Sheriff has the fol
lowing to say to the Iai!v Fan
handle teporter aliout law brtak
in that city
W hen show 11 a pre-s di-pab h
out of Austin ) esterda. w hn h
stated that Hangers were "gnii g
bi Auiarillo to enforce the lutal
option law," alleged to le oH'id.
pjerque, . M .hiiI built forty or vjoBte)t) sienfj J p. Ilukl,e
stated that he had no klio.i ile
4 BIK Sibf S 3 S H Z U X 2 &' E 2 U B H B O H 9 DiD BinniS D C BID Bin BID
W thaii i'vit pi'-piri i t lii'i lie 'a!;;!
fifty mil's of roadbed out to
wards Spnngtow n. Tins old plan
could I' carried out now by build
11 g from here to Texico. lor there
connection could l had with the
the mam line to Helen, and
theiire t" A Ibutjuenjun. Ihe i
vaiitages of such a road are great
and apparent." -Fotr Worth Hec
Midhiiiil Sennn df Aut('im
pan? to Mak Conn
ti( n With th Ii- Val
l- at Carlnba 1 N M.
'I he ( H i a j ,
Hit n-.iliZ' t'i;i
ei.'iit. y-.ir. i h- .pi
- i-t h-r ir Sh h i s -rv f i us all lon n'i i well
r. t K.u.'iit: ul lot'. a.- inan i- n a- planuintr tor tli
mil W'lin jtr- Vo ir I ry tonls People'" i iruportant
atid rr.-rit c Ht"i ;! co i.-id.-r itioii .
W'f are ''icl'i'.v.-i!r c ! --l il'-r-. ati 1 hall fleut' cur tl fUi- in
fetudyiiiK' tlie want- -if t'i v . I tr) in.,' t !i;ipl tlie-n in lue hea.ini
W'f '.V isb In v P
t i:i-r.-, and t h pnlilir a well, that ar tetter
s;n!l rnrrv ,i enrvip'
t . - . - r t r ;i I tiny be intrut-l to us
t -k d DkV UUUlJr. Ll.OIMI.MJ,
:0OTNVF.AR, PUkNI5MIN(iS and in addition, a line of CAKPI-T5.
in:os maitincjs akm sot Aki-s miadps linolpum. can
'A5 A.NI'aS PIC. I. : i- 'intall y i nH.i in the way of Iry (tl
W il)i the r. m. . t" c irrs ,,n amp!-- atuck i-f DPPPNDABLP ,'(mI
MAINTAIN AN POI I AU1 P CA5M PKICI: and ! very i-n-turur a
Square deal W- rc-pvi. t f u P s ,,-;t thn p.it rt'ii.-ig" of tha public
Until further notice, we will make
ten to twenty per cent discount
on all Overcoats, Cloaks, and Fin
ished Embroideries among1 which
are many new and desirable things
I V nut m, p rhas. the brt op
lntur;ty that Seminole has had
lot evrat monll.s i now tefor
lit iii the ba of the pnpoition
j tn (-'. hi ih art auU hna brtween
i here aiid Car !. J. gifing daily
' servn e
Tle Midland eminole Auto Co.
; and Cars! I h already agreel
'to aiontraittiv wd.'ich an auto
! line is to put in between Carls
bn l arid Kno!''s. and for au ad
V aneeuii'i.t of $7" for w hich the
ai.lo company will issue receipt
er titling the holders to as man)
n les at any tune as the amount
tl v j.ame would pay forat reg
u'nr ra'-s, the auto company will
fill in the gap letween Nmuiole
and Know les
This would give eiiiinole in
ni-ction with 'rlstl by daily au
t. ser i e w hied, togetber w lib the
line to MiIUi. I, would place it at
ih i ei ter of the most important
I auto hue in the 1'mUs.l Statei.
1 "seminole NTiti'iel.
j Mr. II. A. iemer, mentiou of
jwho-e arrival in our city will be
loun I in another item in this pa
per nil engage in the real etV
m nes here aa 'nn as he can ar
r-i:,ge tor n i offn'e. Ha anJ wife
are i,u ntvpt'tf with their old
Irfiri Mr. Webb in cast Lubbock.
Mr. Spencer ha trn ecgawi in
tne renfesta'.t business in Sour
Fake a nuinlMT of years. He it a
very progressive man, lull of en
ergy hi .1 wi.'l make Lubbock t
Jno. P. Lewis . Co.
M.s Amy Nlclarry, who hai
1 twn spending Cbristmas aivl
new yers with her parent, re
j turned this week to Tahoka,
! w here she will reaume her work
at t.'acbrr in the Tahoka Public
II. F. Jones of scuiry, Teiat,
lieiome a regular reader of the
Avalanciie tbia week, through the
lourirsT of Mr B F. Montgom
ery W MNTKD-Putitioo as Uiok
keeper or would like to flerk in
drygooU or groceriea. 'AJIreas
Mik "u.ih, Atiiler.e. Iia.
I' nn lo Mr and Mr. Klkina, a
d'bne ly ay, We.iaea.la of laat
H I wi-ek.-- llarstow Journal.
n m a n n if n n e h a n i c a z i n n n n a n hib n n ma niB &b n mn lku'u'1 ,iu,lr
of such ar rangineiit, and had i "l
Uhmi consulted iigardug such a
tlialUT ('onllliUllig henlT Hughes
"I have reason to telife inat
the lid is more nearly losed heie
at present than at any tine
since the law liam" operative
in Amarillo I bae now declined
to issue any more h(ei. fur tie
disMiising of intoxieanls un.l-i li
drug ait, and in future 1 i I oi.lt
issue suih jM rrrnts at the cno wl
luandaaius peicee tings. I am n ..
sure if I will not readily do it
then. ' w ill liave to U thorough
ly coiitinted that I have to do it.
"I'nder the i pi n saloon c.iiii
lion in Amanllo U-fore prohu i
lion we had fourteen salons
There are now four plnce . p
eratitg under the provision of ihe
"drug a t " Ttiinn? latter are sup
posed to sell only upon the pie
nplion of a regularly prai tu uig
physician It is intimated to me
that tl law is being violate.! i
some of these parties holding
licenae or permits uridyl ihe a l
mentioned. I'tiey will receive at
lentiou at th hsii is of the tii er-.
"I am some what puzzled as in
the maimer in w hn li tins w mk is
to m done, tiut it must Iv ilmie
1 have asuranies from t uil
it. at 1 will I if protei led in lie
work to bm-g to gr i f thosr w I m
offend the laws. It may n u
1 will h una bin to do this w 1 1
inyM-lf or w ith my men at pn s
ent engaged with the ilepsrlmen
Hut I will see to it that omeii.e
taaea the work in hand who will
tw capahle of Unding with re
' tioiernor Cariiprwll i insi,;
ing u)oo Hi lid, and I U-I.eve
that it can be put on in Anuarillo
At least I will not ibilu.e u
here it until it ha lien luli.i
deiuonstratvi to the contrary."
J. C. McCrumnten Dies.
Pari, Texa. Jan. 3. J. C.
McCrumrLen a pioiuineut til.
of Paris, died lat night at I"
o'clock of pneumonia atter a brie!
i lice. Deceased was 19 year o d
and was a tative of Alaliama, 1 1 1
came to Texas id infancy with I, is
parents, who Milled in Chero e
count j. , He inove.1 to I arts tw.i -
tr-ei-ht jear ago and had :,
fiigagid in business as a firm -i
and ttockraiser. Hi father, who
lives in Lubbork county. i still
in robust rVaUii at tie age of '.e
Deceased is snrvived by widow.
Line children and a rounder of
brother and sister.
l'he entrrtainiiient given '
Mis(mpbell at the rl Hall
last .Saturday night was i r e.cu
aense a aucces Several ecel
lent aelet tions wure rendered by
the orchestra after whiib il.e
'Tom Thumb Wishing a
ushered iq by Master hot lyptee
I'iach little lot erforma-l well 1 1
rt and the innmtufe ' ride aid
groom were duly )o.fd mi ibr
"holy Umh's ( pa.ll k." "Ihe
.Milk Maid' linil and CoMrn
tion" by twenty four jonLtf la b.
at well renderf-k and ef.).m- i
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