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ABOUT FITS THE RUSH OF SETTLERS INTO THE PLA
COUX4TRY
THE BROWNFIELD AUTO & SUPP
CAN TAKE YOU FROM LUDBOCK TO BROWNFIELD AND FROM THERE TO ANY PCINT YtU
MAKE. CAJTS LEAVE LUBBOCK EVERY DAY
BJ50l?iNFIELD, TEXAS
GUS PYRON, Manager.
A GREAT SWEEPSTAK
B
ifis
UY COWS
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ANY
vAnt tct
SANTA FE TO BUILD WEST
Hockley and Cochm Counties
May Soon Have Satit.i Fe
Charter Amendment Filed
Austin, Tex., Feb. II. Tli
Attorney (ieneral approved ami
the Secretary of State filed an
amendment to the charter of the
I'ccos ami Northern Texas Hail
ral (Santa Fe) providing for
the extension from a point south
Bright Prospects Statewide Editor Callahan Weds
From the "Weal her and Crop' Making a record run from
column of a few days ajo we Ihmmit to Hereford in a Iii'k
condense a few of the items for totinnvc car, ('. S. Callahan, edi
the profit of tl, os,. who did not tor of the I)immitt Plainsman,
have the sagacity to peruse them am jjss Mo.ells McCandlesM,
iii their entirety. From Slier- w,.ri. mam'ed in Hereford yester
ni'an we are told that "not in'dav.
ears have the prospects from an ' Kscapine; their friends, who
agricultural point of view heen were in total ignorance of their
as bright for (irayson and the ,,aIlSi tr. u-trothcd pair left
contiguous country of tin- K'-'l Imnmitt yesterday morning
Hiver lii-lt of Texas and Okla- 'flu- ,rj Vcr of their car was in-
homa." From Jacksonville, to 8tnJ(.t(.( to rnake all possible
of Lubbock on the Texico-Colt.'-j the southeastward, in the truck ' speed, and tlie 21 miles were
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man cutoii to i,amesa, 1 lawson 1 ami truit Pelt, we were apprise r,. .,,., 0jr jn a h,rt while.
When Hereford was reached
the automobile was halted in
front of Key. 0. W. Dean's resi
dence. The driver jumped from
the machine and hurriedly sum-
County, a distance of fifty-five ; that "for the first time in many
miles. I months there is now ample mois-
The hranch i.s to touch Tahokajture in the ground," Still oat
Lynn County, it is understood, ward, from Marshall, comes the
The amendment also fixon the-paean that "a bitf snow has
j.. I,., t..l c ..... Is lit , HH lit,, 1... ........ I .... .r . i . .
iinuii piibh oi ransni nicim i i-juivuiK amwnK monei tne minister lrom his
amendment set out the Texicu- the fruit-growers of tliis county, gpjdy. Then, with the power
Coleman cutotr, .'!' miles; that as the snow seems to settle the fu engine of the car purring an
from Canyon to Luhlnick (com- question in the minds of many I imaginary Iihenren's wedding
pleted) 1."i miles; also a hranch that Harrison County will have a march, and the driver acting as
from riamview, through Hale, , hiK' fruit crop now lieyorid .st m.lMi )rj,(.'s m;ij, an, a.
Flod. Crosl.y and Inckens to doubt." And. jumping back in- dience comhined, the principals
Dicker, s. seventy miles; also a to the interior of the State. ve sl((1 u) m t. torineau and the
hranch from Luhhock d - w est ' are told from Canton, in Van 1 ceremony vv as perfortned.
through Hockley County to the Zandt Fount. , that "farming! N'o sooi er had the mini-tec
Texas State lir.e ,n o,,r,,. .spects ere r,e er letter f'raj,,,.,j ,,,, fna).,jM. than
o'if.t.V, a dltar,ee ot se t-t: this time of rar. at, d t here IS if v. :,, nir .v.lfi this I i
tmes.i consi.i raUe new land hem .1 , .... ,,,,,. ;., h,,,,,,
. Ieai,.d ar.d p ,t m , 1 1 1 . a! j..n . (,,,,.,(
hi 'e a'i t f.- hi ' d tha' has .ut',.1v VaN-ntine I .-, .
ar.dthe I.
liVe flU'es
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The SaMta I es vv
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e-tef-i.ed
,n t he r .n.at.t ic n ,p ,a . A m
a i'i i ;o Ni'W .
W.it"fi-P.er( B ; . 'd
'I i e a'.-l'S I'leree ( ),! Co.; pa-
f.y a,-e '.!! i'i in a latye !(
hoi.s,- and torai''. tanks. 1 1
will ai'o p',t in a Mahle. 'I h
ln,l!d:nS '.Mil 1 ''Mp t h lee . . s
and will he inclosed with a hivh
hoard feiice.
It i.s the intention of the com
pany to put a waon for the de
livery of oil to the stores. When
completed it is claimed that this
ware house and other improve
ments will he t he he.st in the
Panhandle, and is evidence of
th fact that this company real
ize the importance of this
point. T. F. Kohhins will he
manager of the husiness here
and as he is a wide awake youn
man it is safe to predict that
everything connected with this
enterprise will come up on the
dot.
R. E. Hendry Dead
Mineral Wells. Tex., Feh 10.
News of the death of Judtfe ii.
K. Hendry, a pioneer citizen of
Mineral Wells, occurring at his
home in Wichita Falls, early this
morning, was received here to
day with genuine regret hy the
citizenship generally, and hy the I
old timers in particular. 1
J11 dye Ihrndry came to Miner-j
at Weils frolll K l.sk, Cherokee !
Coi.rity, jM jsC, and after en-1
ya'iriy i'i ihe practice of law, j
the ahst 1 act husiness and t he
foundat.oM and pulilicat ion of the j
Mineral ','. iraphic. ,e head
ed a co'iipa' . hich a' u iil'i d
Vt. ;, which in-titu-
Ih-talrV de .lopel.
. i.ich institution he
:i d as the active had
.fl.iMMt, and removed to his GOLD PLATLD
ranch near Wichita Falls, where' KINO l;KLL
he died this morniny. j
Judy Hendry was years o f With l:ach Order for Old
aye, and hesides haviny an hon
orahle record as a Confederate
soldier, was the representative
of this district in the Twentieth
legislature.
Judye Hendry i.s survived hy
a widow and two yrandchildren
Misses Willie and Kathleen lien
son. His only dauyhter, Mrs.
Willie Dean J!enson, died herein
W.7,.
The Ixxly of Judye Hendry
will arrive; here from Wichita
Falls at noon tomorrow nnd the
funeral arrangements will he an
nounced then.
As Judye Hendry was looked
upon as the man most responsi
ble for the development of Min
eral Wells as a health resort, the
merchants have all practically
ayreed to close their stores in
order that they as well as their
employes mav attend the funeral.
Time Song liook at l()c.
to Mr. ami Mrs. Jas. I.
Monday morniny, a hahy
For Quit k Sal1
1-1 of Sec ' '-K
the Cra;.
ten J.ld;'
and with
w as id-? '
until l.e s
on-. ,a!f .
hea.led ic :
levue, for a
ut aliout two
an-
ai's ayo to a compaii v 1
S.-lr.ey U. hh of J I--1 -
consiilei'ation o( ,
Horn
Flliott.
yirl.
S. W.
Cert. 1 1:. I
land in l.'.r.n
-outhea
Ml, ooth 'M
there i-s , that
a re d y Mate
nus. -t to o
hala-y- lour
per cent. V t
JohriSon, Hamlin
aJ dear old turns we all love,
words ami music complete for
piano or or'an, for lu cents.
America, Annie Laurie, Auld
Lany S.vne, llattle Hymn of the
Republic, ('atch the Sunshine,
Columbia, ('omit Thro' the Rye,
D.irlmi: Nellie (irH.v, Dixie's Land,
Flay of the Free, Had Colum
bia, I lome, Sweet Home, Juanita,
Iciid Kindly Liyht, Lilly Dale,
Ixjny ayo, .Marchiny Thro' (ieor
yia, Maa.'iJiy the CJd (irourui.
My Bonnie, MV Mitr.vland, Old
KcntLickey llynie, Old Black Joe,
Hobin AflbMCTuockcrl iriUe Cra
dle of the Iiii, 4waj(eT(iver,
Sweet and I-1. n&m0iAs of
Scotland liaWrlioseof-Summer,
Old Okfti RTket, Star Spanyled
Haririer,aoHrit (Jhuir, Those
Kveriiny Bells, Tramji, Tramp,
Tramp, Undo Ned, We're Tcht
iny Toniyht, When the Swallows
Homeward Fly, and twenty others
for lic, htHinps or coin. For a
fchort time we will send a y(d l
plated fmyer riny f'HLL as a
soiiveiiier to each oru who sends a
dime for the sony look. Send to
day to Piano ftnd Music Co.
Galesbertf. III. Jo tf
.. iV K. K.
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I have some forty
land from one to
Vt.s of
I.'' IlllllIU C Wl Y
,s w.,i f 1 ' - " ' '
III! I M- i I II m
-s' cla liU'ioocK, hial Hl sell some ot
; imm a' tl.etn for acre. See or
'!!:' P"l-, w rite Frank Bowles. C. tf.
f '. M I I...
ca-1i. ; iau (.N,.r Ln,,. trH, ,,, f
' 1 ,, V ' I ',d rany.r,
or wiro U . . .
Toa-h ,..of. -H-tior,s
ter less than Ihivo considered. , I"'r rre. l.oiiinson r.ros.
:;::-it
fr.,.
krht to forty-
from 7 to
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BARBED WIRE
Poultry Netting
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rv varicucs mil an 01
(iiality.
fittle outlay rfor poultry
wireto keep the chickens where
they belong
wilw)a' for itself yj
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in s short time with keeping the chickens
Our wire fencinir of all kinds will statu
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lasting service, for it bears all the eVirirfarks of ' superior rade
irooils. and there are none better Viui n' as usual that
our prices are riht.
I '.tinted UnrlK-d Wire - - 52.75
(ialanltd Uarh Wire - - S.L05
,u huh lilcctric Weld Poultry and Mo;
fwiuc .171 -2c cr rod.
Diamond mesh poultry netting in all
height . lH)tli in I and 2 inch mesh.
A full line of ire stretcher, staple pulU,
ern pont hole diKcr. tamping hars, etc.
lectruXI
Till: VI:LI) THAT III:LI)
Pittsburg Perfect 1:1
Welded Pencinvr.
Pence staples, oiHfs, cable
JeiiciiijiK?f)fliNv i re.
And all (ther equipment for
farm work, collars, bridles, trace
chains, backf bands, breast strap
and halters In fact a complete
harness shop.
We Jmly guarantee the quali
ty of these goods. We know they
are &fght and that our prices,
quaffty considered are lower than
eWewhere- We know we can
please you and that our prices
will satisfy.
Sec our new line of enameled ware. ColVec
pots, lea pot. Rice toilers. Sauce pans,
l)i.h pans and Tea kettles. White en
amel inidc. Oreatest values eer otVercd
at such low prices.
The Western Windmill Co
Lubbock,
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