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IS YOUR LI VI INC TOO HIGH?
We mnke ome very nttmctlvc price, rind otir Roods nro tlie filch crndeirindVAe linuc plcnsed runny, Let us plense you. - - - - R. G. WAY f& COMPANY West Broadway Phono 273 HAVE YOU EVER TAKEN CAL OMEL? Next Time Con't Do It, It's Dan gerous Try Doilson's Liver- Ton Instead It's Safe found :is tvimnt,..! the fnc good REPORT FROM PECOS !OQGC2ftCG0900000(l'09060i399S3G90309090 hVlipIo Simiu RUFFLlHS, Wllclt AlC TllCy? O I cia!ly f canning swoi-t potatoes, j Valley Southern Kailroid to I beans, peas, sweet corn find to-1 tie Here Soon. imatoi'S, and as the fruit indus-! You outfli ami unc-rt otni'l in. people what tt lloKH O Next bullions gotten linig lioUle will fi nil u ti know wlmt a iliincroiin hemiriil, cal now xi'vcrul milivatiMl liy very liht n lit tuck of ir livr hiu h Kci! CniKH and ik for a cr-Tonn. Vnu taitH liquid for ralonit'l o o J. VV. Millt-r and Robert Ma- q lone returned Monday from J ;J i liruif thf c lVfl' you ki Alio JrTiav tt'iyyou I ii'oy or whi'l y nO)w r i it a VcrfiTt Pecos where they wont to confer 0 This Ih the name of the finest Chocolate Candy In town. We have ItlfnVyiMUlflid If pound anil quarter pound boxes, amoA' jfuactle package for jour w sweetheart. 1 try rtcvelopes the concern will he made to accomodate it also. I Mr. J Jiggers got in touch with people through tne recommcn-; ' i f t i L Idations of a most reliable and with officials .f the I ccos alley J . tl , , n , These gentle, j' 1 nai ;c iii iiinuuu yfuaririis tfomi ninny iucsiiiokcs i niH is isle nc9i4ivc tx'ni cijjnr in inc cny, users 01 o o o o o o 8 wholly disinterested gentleman, Southern railroad. and thinks that his ir. aestiva tions are conclusive as to the hijfh character and ability of the men returned home very much enthused over Seminole's pros pects of securing the northern In ivrry r'peet ami without thf lun-(Ti-roiiH aftfr-etrfct of ralomi-l. (xlnon'it l.lver-Toni' jjivi-h th- li vr juxtthi arnount of cntli' timulation it niM-dii to'imlurp it to do Hh work properly and thoroughly. The ltwl ((j; Inir anil .Inwf Iry Storn will tlivr you your rnoni'y hark any timt' I'l on'n l.iv'fr-Toiu- fail to prove it.si-lf a perfi-ct Hul)titiitf for ralomid. Cannery for Lubbock For many months the people of Lubbock, particularly farmers and truck raisers have fully re alized t he importance of a can ning factory here. For several weeks Don II. Hirers has been corresponding with different sources on the subject, with the result that he now has a letter from parties in South Texas, with whom he has had con siderable correspondence, in which the parties state that they will have a representative here before the first of May to go over the situation, if things are I people to handle the proposition, j extension of this road from Pecos. The president and engineers of this road will be in Seminole about the loth of April No institution representing a limited expenditure of money would be of greater benefit to this entire section of country. Through an enterprise of this kind thousands of dollars worth of stuff that now goes to waste would bo converted ir.to chan nels of commerce and general benefit. All these people ask, should they find the location a good one, would be a couple ot lotssituated near the railroad. Should these parties fail Mr. liig'TS is in communic'ition with others on the same subject, and says that he proposes to work especially to the point of getting a cannery in Lubbock before the close of another sea son. Miss Marguret F.stes of Tulia, H visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Powell. o o o o o I this cigar are delighted with its flavor and easy 5tnok ing qualities. Try one, For sale by 8 O () ) ThcX object of their visit will be tojjf incial irrriri f 11 it Iwit Vl IM"ol fl Xt 1 I ' I II V V 3LI K 1 IUI HI'. I LUC 'M T" J The Lubbock Drug Co. route from Pecos north to a con nection wilh the Santa Fe. It is highly probably that the above mentioned road will build north in the near future. We understand that three different routes are under considertion, o West Side Square Phone One-flve-Two 8 ccc?coooooooococoooooooooooooooooooooooco him. was plfading for the in- but to say the least Seminole has ' trodiietion of gardening into the an excellent chance of landing : uiriculum of Cleveland's grim tlu road. Seminole Sentinel. rner 'l,o., (ns sixth-grade work ) , and the establishment of a high- i vacant Lots school coure in agriculture, j Philadelphia, started the va- .Scholarships in the Ohio State j cant-lot movement, but other; Vl v's horticultural s- hool I cities are doing well. Training r,.', to young vacant-lot gardens where boys may lean .,r,(,, ,,.,., aH ,.n, for exrel ,the first principles of farming r,. in ,ran,( rT1,.nt r,irfiv,, 'area feature of the vacant -lot w r,v ,,. r.ing a cornmiiMty irnproverpent work in Cleve- ga!'l' r an example to othr land. 4 A curator supervises these at street intersections goes un school gardens-a practical I parked. (Ira-s, shrubs ani dreamer no, iati lime we n'aru w, ,.ii--ii,.i ar- Mrs. Thomson III Mrs. I). I). Thomson who is very sick at her home ,T miles ranged that they happily divert ;,. ,,f lmvri . .,,,,.,-,,,,1 w I attention from the statuary. On 'o'clock this morning some better ! account of the scarcity of land, being conscious and able to take Washington has few vacant lots, j nrne nourishtnerit. Florence , but those few are well looked id-t te. 'after by a new vacant-lot im-J A nii!t.l-r of our people will tirovement association. The rero rnber frs. Thomson, as the ''Normal School's laboratory is a mother of Mrs. J no. F.Turner. ; L'i'cenhouae where the teachers she b:uing spent S"ernl months ; learn the principles of plant rub j in our ci'y th guest of Mrs. tore; and each is required to Tune r while citizens of our row a garden or have a w in-. town. IF" IX CAN BE FIXED WE GAIN DO IT z 1 - - . . . ... rNo mttcr how ciiffieLJii the job, aao hnvo tlio ocitilpii UMit fiiui ui voci.t w rv. , ill iv.l u iiii. rill i. i hi r- i I I u u I in 11- i -picui i r... .. -- smhhlnt; find woodvAork I Kt ioco-ifLil ly tnrnccl out i our nMop.Jolf i f-vJl done Ly men vlit know how. : s s f LUBBOCK IROINIWORK Wtobu gat youx s n wimc r7 ly " ,V .' !, -if I j F7 a rr I V5ri do WetK it ? You get Ahead on what you save, not on what you earn. When you've worked hard for your money U it not folly to nquander it? HANK your money and thU will give you more pleasure than fooling it away, licside when the "rainy day" come you'll have abetter. let OIK Cnnk be YOL'P (Sank. The Lubbock State Bank A . . .1 1.1 I' 1 I1 ' Cities. A Corporal ion f U e u-e ii uv I'OX III lloMie, I'.verv dcnooi of a tucntyiicre feld in I he i Wa-O.inon m repined to neighborliood of the w..rk ho. ... '"'k, heeutif.il it yard. This' Py popular subscription, $- vur.U-n .unly i a narrow r- v.-n raised tobigin the work :, (,'r "round the yard, adding at-1 each of sixty women took a cm- ,r,'i iveness without re.buing; port IwH.k and hold twenty tickets playground space. --Colliers ' iii' . i . . 1 at twenty five cents a pu ce, j ') Tliree organizations - the City j Hltkj a Busy Man Gardens AssK:iation. the United vov t T , f fh ,,.. view District, is a very busy imr .t.wlnt. ruv their .rvire- nan. and he i doing things. un survevors and divided tht-! Hi" men are all suited admir- Cbaritiea, and the Outdoor Art! league co-operated. Engineer- land in to. plots .xl-VJ feet. Fmm a dozen sources came gifts of plows, bricks, tiles, lumUT. plumbing, feeds, bulbs, small trees, bushes, and garden tools. The Outdoor Art league P)ok charge of building a small bun- ably to their several fields, and they are in hearty accord with him in the work of the church. Since conference three new par sonages have been built, one other purchased, and a district jgalow for a nursery for the chil- parsonage has been secured. A ;dren of the gardens and for a! church has also been built, ' rest room. rvme or the women nlifi firwliii frill-Hun r.litla u m , Ifrom tenements two or three 'th Ward ig 8,H0 i miles away. The gardens were ; fine work 'or lhat 'ction. recommended by the Aswx-iated , Texas Christian Advocate, improved. loing Charities, Hull House, the Tu- Pev. Hicks is presiding elder berculosis Commission, and sim-'of the Plainview District, Meth ilar agencies. Under a smoke-' odist church and Is a favorite laden bky the nations of Chi-; among the people of his district, cago's West Side turned a dis mal vacant-lot into a prosperous garden. In Washington no lit- j tie circle Igle of ground j country. He is active and firm in his work, and seems to lie doing a great work in the South Plains Pale Faces pjlc-faffi, weak, and fthaky wos,!en--wh(j softer every djfyrtjh womanly weakns-rrd the help of agyatXmlc, with a T)$Lfi acon on tn wonting ivfiri. If weaiVijptn neeCdut, the woman'iffic, lecaase Cud ulusfTaLt d i rfclWLrt theff yuur'jrtniDle. ord of more Ti'iaar t) fears 01 ucccss. jtrausCD gooa llDl mbR The Womtn's Tonic J Mrs. Effle Oraham, of Willard, Ky, says: was so weak I could hardly ga 1 suffered, nearly every month, for J years. When I began to Lake Card u I, my back hurt awfully. 1 only weighed W pounds. Not Ion 2 after. I welched 115. Now, I do all my work, and art) In good health." Uegln taking Cardul, today. t I RACKETS, R. VWV W9 WW WW flVVIfpsaff fffjff ffff fffff WWW 9 tTT' A largo and well assortei Come a ETS,; RACKETS Dclkfl)f useful household articles. d? what I have. j i J. H. MOOR W) i. Phono Three-nino u-uMimffxiniii West Drondwny