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All Trimmed Hals ivt hedf Price. This Sale Closes Saturday MRS. W. HULM At C A. Raine Sc Go's Store TWO ALDERMEN ELECTED B. 0. McWhorter and N. R. Por ter Elected to Fill Unexpired Term of Retiring 0!'f cers Mention was made in our last issue rejra riling the resignation of two of the Aldermen, and the provision for the election of two other men to take the place of j the retiring ones. The election, was htld Monday and though the j vote was not as heavy as it should , have been, there was a fairly, pKxl vote cast. Four candidates were in the field, and received votes as fol lows: II. 0. McWhorter. 7! X. l. I'orter, ti I J. J. Ihliard. IT Jiio, A. (!li ini It will lie sen; from tin- a' e results that M-.-i' McVYi.orrer a'ld l'ol'tef Wiil he the ; eV aM''V 11, el). The 'i of the e!vtio;i will no doubt ii'.e ;,., ii satii'ac-. tion. though it mic lit not have heen ji,st as so.'iie miyht have liked to ha e seel it. All should rive the council the, heartiest co-operation in their work and K't the very greatest ' results from their work possible. ' I liRVP "Olli'-ltl Lllb'ioclx tovvii j !"t 1 will exehniiL'i' for vendor" Ion lull I notes where I, lf I, Us Led, j paid I r ,1. A . ( !'tr en. L ll ll pe4 Teviiv. I -J l ( J. M. Copp and wife who have been visit jm here for tl." pa-t Wi ek le ft Two -day '! i"l'I,i ',ir !''' their home i :. .-' ,' t.ea- I e The Ne a South i l l)id eii ever really think of; the meaning of the words, the new south? Well it means much. To beyin. the old south was a south of unidentified individuals. The slave owner held the balance of power and by this subtle in fluence he controlled the affairs of men. Out of this old south sprang a hih type of civilization yet its purposes were not broad enough. It was a selfish south. The jrreat devastation wrought by the war id' the rebellion left the south little better than a held of carnage. Here came the opportunity of the individual ami from this influence we now have in the new south, one of the greatest developments the world has ever witnessed, within a few .eaiv. I 'rtdi r the old condition ' of thiij's this could have never ! been accomplished. The new! -oiith stands as a monument to the saacity and brute di termi nation of the soul herner. Spirit ! of social hamper I he you n blood of the south asserted itself. It ! is the blood of the ( 'avalier. j l'ride f the slae owner was a j bar to the rise of those of the middle or lower classes. They i cm, M not hope for social recogni tion arid without it they were he!iless to make their way in I the affairs of public moment. : I'oin away with slavery has1 proven the salvation of tin- south hit '1. It was the breaking down of the barriers to a vivain- so ith . Th" new south has proven t he Worth of t! e l pic of the So'.ilh. crushing effects of such devasta tion as was wrought by the cixil war and that the south has made Kood aloritf the line is evidenced in the new south. It is the piide of the race. It is the savin;? tfraee of the nation. It is the mark of the American. All hail the new south. She has meiycd from the ashes of defeat, and builded on a solid basis, a struct ure that will last with the ares and each year will see her rise to even creator things, The new south was the poor mans opportunity for recognition. He fore the old conditions of af fairs were swept away he had no voice. With the advent of the new era he saw his opportunity, arid reaching out with steady stride he outrode the storms of opposition and came into his own. Hats oil' to the new south. It is rrow inr by leaps and bounds and its rlory is found in the fulfill ment of t he t raditions of a race who know no master, savoliod, imr defeat. sa e death. Notice There Will In h meet i n.' of the SliiuelioUers of the First ution;d I ii 1 1 It on tlie l!t!i ihty of .Inn miry )i)P at iu luinkii.t; house, for the purpose of electing a lnmrd of Ii,'eclors mid tniiisiirtiiii: other business ihe.V limy properly come before the llieel ilij II. I". K imi'i o t !itsliier. It Sunbeams If the world does not ro just riirht smile. The darkening i clouds of disappointment will not dead you to the liht. Learn to smile. A smiling sunshiny face is the best asset one can possibly I possess. Life is sunshine and 'shadows but if you want the sun to shine lor you you must learn the lesson of litfht. He cheerful. The art of the sinshiny smile is the art of rare cultivation. I'.e like the old man in the home for the friendless. When ashed what he had to be thankful for he re plied that lie had two jaw teeth, one lower and one upper, and that they matched. There is a specimen of the sunshiny life. The rnunpy fellow has much to learn, much to repent. Scattered alonjr lifes highway are the impressions you left while on your journey toward the Krave. Have you made it sun shiny, or does the hovering cloud of pessimism show your trail. Sunbeams are yours for the asking. Smile. I. Tubbs aiid family expect to leave soon for Austin, where the children will be placed in school for the winter, while Mr. Tubbs will compli te preparations for another excursion to Old Mexico. Mrs. Tubbs will accompany him on the trip. Mr. Tubbs informs us that this will probably be the hirrest excursion that has et been pulled of,. (Juite a number will yjt from Lubbock county. A nine cent coal Sfile at the Alfa lfa Lumber (Vs. L'J It J. II. N'ickles of Mart, is here JJ this Week prospecting aid visit- in;' his oM friend. .lohn !r en. People Wonder Why We Prosper It is tsiM. Listen; No Secret. We I !ny IJitfht. IJuy (lond (ionls - Pay Cah Tin re fore we can sell Uitrlit. Masy, Aint it? Lubbock Hardware $ Furniture Co. it H ', I I. 11. a c!:.-s of rio;- ; o t he L'l'iO'icii I'liil I' M: il:, I to p:i. k v iter p;, do I1." Wi'l k, lis. ill ' I we L'J tf Lulilmck. Texas it'"' Hi 7. ..t i a r ii I jtf. uyu m:3 At Prices That are Bound to Appeal to you if you Appreciate GOOD VALUES Watch for Next Weeks Announcement Respectfully, THE LUBBOCK DRUG CO.