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A SAFE SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL A Mild Vegetable Medicine for The Liver That is Free From " The Cancers of the Powerful Calomel The Ret Cross Drug and Jew elry Storelhas, a mild, vegetable remedy thatsuccessfully takes the place the, powerful min eral drui cnml, the old-fashioned IwH nedieine. . This remedy i IXson's Liver-Tone, a very pleas HAS A GOOD CROP M. C. McCrummen Acknowledges That He Has a Good Crop But Gives Credit to Employes Rives quid from con bad after follow takJn: Douson Mr. Editor: By way of explanation and in justice to all concerned, if you will allow me space in your valuable paper, 1 want to say t tasted liquid that! that my friend Cuinn was per- tie relief haps too generous in his praise thout the1 in his write ud of mv oroD (and so oi ten HUMAN TOOL CHEST Pocket Knives, Knife Blades, Nails Screws and Silver Dollar Re moved From Man's Stomach but Ipation tots w -ef-Tone is fully guaranteed tojxj a perfect sub stitute for calomel, and if you buy a bottle and it does not entirely satisfy you the Red Cross Drug and Jewelry Store! will promptly give you yourj money back upon request. It is fine for both children and ; grown people. j TOY AH LAND DEAL I Twelve Sections Sold and Will be Put in Irrigation Farms by Houston People. Our readers can take the fol lowing story for what it is worth much or little. It comes from Chicago under date line of Sept. 7th: When physicians operated upon John Martiner at the county my improved methodof farm- hospital to learn what has inr) all of which I appreciate cau8ed "terrible pains in his very highly. However, I am free . ., . . . , ! v. .j . , , , . stomach, they found ten pocket to admit that I am very proud of i my crop and will say it is bv far .""IT" evv"Tn na,,s- nve the best I have ever raised either kn,f,e blade9- a dozen 9crew9 and on the Plains or elsewhere. Have a Blver dolIar- had a number of good farmers to MJ?ner who ha8 known look over it, (some trom other t0 Chicagoans "the human parts of the State) and all with- chest-" wallowed the arti- out exception pronounce it a n 8Ker9- show. Eating knives never hurt Now as I said in the outset me" ?aid Martiner before the operation, dui some times I d i. ...! onpraiion nnr anma i in lusiice to a concerned i wani r j to divide these honors with the j get pains in my men in my employ who with the 1 8t(J?ach" rilnns and antro-paHnna nfforerl hv I PhySICiailS pronounced the ' Toyafi.Tex.. Sept. 7.-0. Cy"elf made this crop. Weitm uccftaL Martiner Sparks has returned from Hous-je grown twelve (12) dif., 1? borer Jn and report, having closed the 1 ent . and distinct varieties all The poc e knives na.ls and or wnich have made splendid ;;""'. BELLE OF WICHITA "V. I am now cVpfusivclretaipfl brand of btbur in LLhWbekr from tbCream Selkted every'sack ij guatafieed. FLOUR faler for this popular It is manufactured Panhandle Wheat and C. E. HUNT, Grocer QUALITY; Not Talked, But Sold. PHONE' 24 Two Doors West Citizens National Bank. Bldg. LUBBOCK ROAO PROPOSITION r PL.... 1. U . " - J D I a.I unanie w nave a uouu nuau io Lubbock. Co-op erative. deal which parted himself and John Huffaker from their twelve sections of land on Nine Mile. It was sold to Houston and Ok.;different varieties and our suc lahoma parties who contemplate cess witl them. Corn, cotton, putting down flowing wells andkffir. maize, sorghum, peanuts, planting patches to various crops I Peas, beans, potatoes, pumpkins, and later on selling to farmers. ! melons and turnips. (So you This is a fine body of valley ! wiI1 ee I am running some land and this development will j thing of an experimental farm.) mark the beginning of a new era ' Each of these varieties have of prosperity for Toyah and the Produced crops beyond my ex Toyah country. j pectations and crops that would I compare favorable with the Mr. and Mrs. M. Green were crop8 of other Bection9. E. the city shopping luesday. ; T ,0f I nam iu iiivtii 1 1 vs 1 1 sua pea cropi 0f which we are grow- ing three (3) distinct varieties, the Clay, the Whippoorwill and Mr. A. Marcy was down last week and in conversation with the editor, he said, "Speaking IDRE Iff ! . . - ftff t growth. Just here I will Ve MBnmer 1 romacn were placed -rcy un.. you the names of the twelve (12)!" a cardboard by Superinten aeni i. r. letters of the hog we are wi pital and placed on exhibition at the institution. "All of the articles were lodged in a corner of the stom ach." said the surgeon who mg to give $30 toward removing a mile of sand in the Dr. Miles' pasture." This put us to think ing, and we not only promised to mention the facl in the Herald this week, but told him we Will he tht verdl suit of clothe latest Improv Clothes called ceives LUBB SELMAN A. JONES. PR cl otsf our litem Jod havelt CleartnK raYmeilrfdsof laf arid delivered a nfl proprpi aitVHioi anuximf OCKTAlL 7 up! If you will brine; us your and Pressed. The Cleanln aid Pressing used. all work re guaranteed. OR SHOP I SELMAN A. JONES. PROPS. PHONE, 85 g operated on Martiner. "A would feel the pulse or Hrown ulcer had formed and the man field and 000162 and M we were would have died within a month , oin to Lubbock this week, we if he had not been operated would have UIk 00 the ubjct with the business men of that WARD COUNTY FARMERS or the' for the boring of wells building of reservoirs. Ward County Planter! Want Right : A Preliminry drft of such art. $sue Bonds for Irrigation !c...i... . ,J Purposes to in t Telephone and Find Out What was the weatltt' report I What 1 the market ' prae of ctMton f Tiaa ray Metil left lown la Uieae arMr freight loc- Do j lt Bay any gutter or Hit When l tb awM1, Who aa electad Th teapphoaa anrrs' lnM ami many tlir quaatuHM lor ummj-' aanili ( (arniera , avery Say. i i Tba cua( of a tntrpkone i aa your farm a) ainall, The Mvinils Sraat. Our nearmt maniir will tell about it or writ to I I I Soothtutiri Telegraph ud Telephone Co. tiUU. TEUt 6 you the Black eyed, all ot which are producing splendid crops; and by way of suggestion wi is a crop that our farmers are overlooking which I think can be raised profitably. Now in conclusion will say if there are any "Missounans" in ... . V the country we will e only too glad to show them Your very truly. McCrlmmen. - M M Have so. in town country Kobin upn.' . j Ten knives found in his stom ach had been bone-handled, but j the bone had been desolved by j the gastric juces. I The woodened-handled knives 1 were intact. i act has been made by J Starley, it being modeled in iti form somewhat after the present! drainage art The Ward count J I'eos, Sept 7. A movement ' people are taking the initiative has been started by the members, in tn matter, proposing to hav of the Ward County Farmers' the preliminary draft printed, irl town, wnicn we did and they .... , .... order that it may be sent to tM were neartiiy in ravor of the' . various members of the hous move, and ready to put up the. foLr.lfe Vm,n,r ol " ll'f",It,ve, and senate, and to all other in cash, both wholesaler and ... wnicn win permit me commis-, dividuals who would be interl tailer hardware irrocerics. coal ,ioner f any county to create s ted. or from whom valuablf and grain dealers, lumbermen ,rnrat,,,n d,,,lr,cU their ggtion. m.ght be obumed counties, to issue bonds for the A silver dollar which Martiner, and druggists. Also Mr. L. I). S"'' """"" , ""i air.,ana Mr. nera Mandeie :r . Iswullott-PH tn Kankm. who is chairman ot the " ' 1 L . I . ..... ... f frrkrul vr a Am f.,AwiAr.fr m Ik.l onirni as tr rno onm hoH mt ," '"us uni.nuciiii m ui as if the coin had mat ' come from the mint. Tho ini.. : Clt'' oromised iof the stomach hadkeut the ished con- nife blades Dr. Chaa luesday n 1 M r m the retidcj; hatXTll y-.-i- 1 oen Bilver in a highly dition. Some of the i were rusty. 1 Buy cou to 15 cent your ice property trade, for See Louis A. 9 tf W. B. Ham northwest o A 4 Icel fte I l(.ty r w it" porf booltagnd slatsTlOO r Ti Of us to put the, question before the members at its meeting tonight Now what are Terry county people going to do about the matter? It is altogether a ques tion of rivir nn'rl that will ahnw save 5 -,-,, , u ,...A--:aA. A pounds on ' s,r' a '"Kii't;M i 4g I i our people wnen mey iravei ine I road. On the other hand it will seven miles .. i Clayton arrived from Louisville, Ky. He will be associated with Dr. M. C. Overton in the Lub bock Sanitarium and his general practice. His many friends are ' gild to welcome him back to Lubbock. Frank Smith, of Washburn, Texas, was in the city Monday and Tuesday of this week and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Haynes. , Mr. and MTETfC Earhart returned Sunday afternoon from a visit to the.r son in New , Mexico. i show our non-Droirresaivenesa if Lubbock was in i thev have to travel a road thai ia the city luesday looking for helpers to gather his maize crop. Mrs. Maude Howard and chil dren left Tuesday for points in New Mexico, where Mrs. How ard goes to look after some land interests. Read the fail announcement of ad of Mrs. Clara Abney in thia issue. Saturday September 14th is the date for this seasonable event. H. L. Kokernot, of San An tonio, is here this week looking after ranch interests. He made j the trip in his automobile. not a decent hog path. As for the Herald it ia ready to put up tome cash and a lot of en couragement Lett's get busy on this move. What are the business men of Brownfield and Gomez and the freighters going to do about it? Mr. Freighter it will save feed and your team. Mr. Mer chant it means much to you. Brownfield Herald. New Town in Andrews Shafter Lake, Tex., Sept. 6. A town has been laid out on the line of the new surveyed railroad six miles eat of here. DIKE'S TONIC COMPOUND EFQR WOMEN) This rema Unicorn. Squaj barn and Jami Beat lor . delicate funcM nerves are qui blood Is clear the tissues i reconstructor; system is strenghj cd; (g) boKi Price $1.00. nUhs LlfVroot. Black Maw. False Cascara afrsda. Rhu- (af It acts directly on the -rid sirenfthens them; () tfait against Irritation: (c) I hened -enabled to nourish cts as a general tonic and should be avoided until the constipation should be avoid i enclosed with each package. FOR SALE BV ) THE LUBBOCK DRUG COMPANY yt West Side Square First National Bank Building ( Solo I3 Now In Progress And you can buy in Wholesale or Retail q f. 4flrbe4ak VI r-t-i very satisfactory so far and we want to remind 6 A. B . i Ml 4 a . I innuitis attrreati w ei- V 1 NLA rmC l a, 'aving for three more days. ept. 16th. Our sales have been very satisfactory so far and we want to remind y6uJjVtfre price) uuoted Tn last L. A. I a. - B . e til a. m . . . I " nave mruwn our cost morK away anu it win astonisn ana surprise the most ecoMMnlcal buyer, th money by not saving It, if ycu tell to buy wfcst you want at thb sale. " ALL AlTG CLOTHING AND SJRAW HATSQO IN TOIS woeCs atfVi lawhrealns wd UUK UUAK.. I IM e assure each and every customer satisfaction. V money on an unsatisfactory purchase fur reason what so ever. We eu a r a a . . . . . " section, rriccs mat positively cannci C3 duplicated.r km ouj gt ant d In the circular, still prevail. We offer on this occasion. You lose HALF PRICE forth the money and will take back, exchange or re. reatest money saving; sale ever before the people of this Strictly CASH No Xloods Charged. MEON O'NEAL TEXAQ Strictly CASH No Goods Charged.