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MOORE, The DON'T THROW YOUR JEWELRY AWAY! 1 can repair it and make' it last as long again. It is my business ents pf fte Jewelry Tribe, and I prompt attention. r NORTON, Temperance A stands for Adder, That live in a cup; The drunkard don't see it. And so drinks it up. B sUnds for Bottle, Market MiiMn thereon. Touch nut, taste not nor handle, Or else you'll be undone. C stands for Cider. To dnnk it is wrong: Though at first very weak. It is soon very strong. I P stands for Drunk ard. Just look at his nose; How red are his eyes. How dirty his clothes. E is for Evening. When he goes out W drink ; What he knows doe him harm. If he only would think. K is for Fountain, So merry and clear. They that only drink water. Have nothing t fear. G stands for Gin, That makes people laty ; Then cms to their wives. And finally craiy. H is for Happiness, And Heaven so true, And horrible hovels. Where comforts are few. I is for Intemperance. That ruins mind and body; And it is often begun, By very little toddy. J stands for Jail. Where drunkards are kept; Till the fumes of liquor, Away he has slept K is for Knowledge, But little remains; For what he puts in his mouth. Has run of? with his brains. L it for Liquor, What ever the name; The taste and the color Are all the same. M stand for Monkey, Who is wiser than man; If you one fret bisn drunk You can't do it again. N is for Necesaariea. Of which many are deprived: When husbands love liquor Better than their wires. O Is for Orphan, And thousands are made; Every month In the year By the rum-sailers trad. P stands for Poverty, Nothing leads to it quicker Than spending all your money For any kind of liquor. Q stands for Quarrel. Look sharp and you will find. In ajmost every quarrel. There is liquor behind. R is for Rum. And for rum-seller too; With on or the other Have nothing to do. S is for Snow, Where the poor drunkard lie Overcome by his liquor And frees and die, T stands for Tonerj Who grow wore and worse Tilt ha find to his sorrow Sell You profit. 1 keep my stock I Will Buy Your RACKET GOODS to be found to heal all the ail- cure, or no pay. WATCHES AND CLOCKS or oiling may be all that make it keep good time, elved by mall receives is JEWELER Not a cent in hi purse. U is for Union, In union there Is strength; With the old and the young We will conquor at length. V stands for Victim. That staggard around Till he fell in the river Where of course he w as drowned. W stand for V. hi!key. It is something all should dread, It robs the rich man of his wealth And the poor man of his bread. X is for Xerxes. A great army had he, But the army of alcohol Is larger to see. Y is for Youth. Darling youth, oh! beware! Lest the fumes of strong drink Should you all so ensnare. Z stands for Zealous, Which I hope all will be. Till from whiskey's dominion Our country is free. -Will Hollowat. Sweetwater Has New Paper Mr. Chas. McDonald begins the publication this week of a new paper in Sweetwater. It will be devoted to the industrial and library develooment of the latent powers and possibilities of the1 western country. The name is "The Lone Star Lexicon." and it bids fair to be a newsy as well as interesting affair. It will1 mean to give publicity and aid to every legitimate enterprise, and to point out opportunities and in ducements to idle capital. Its call will be Come to Westi Texas." and its aim will be to show why. Sweetwater Repor ter. 729 State Banks Austin, Sept 6. -The depart ment of insurance and banking today issued a call upon all state banks to make a statement of their financial condition at the J close ot business Sept. 4. The call is made upon 729 state banks and state banks and trust com panies. It includes more banks than have ever been included in a call. The last was made June 14. when there were 700 finan cial institutions concerned. V. L Ketchum, of Amarillo, was here Saturday. ' shaking hands with his many friends. Mr. Ketchum has been con fined to his room from a spell of sickness tor about six weeks, but is getting able to resume his work. Elder Penney, wife and baby left Friday afternoon for Abi lene, where they will spend sev. oral weeks. J. J.. Dillard returned Friday from a business trip to Hurley. IZ STRONGEST G LS XX X as com Co I wo ISSUES COTTON REPORT Crop Exceeds Last Year's Yield More than Four Million Bales Says Hester. New Orleans, La.. Sept. 5. The cotton crop for the year ending August 3, 1912. according to the statistics compiled by H. C. Hester, secretary of the New Orleans Cotton Exchange ex ceeded that of the previous year by 4.018,331 bales. Its money value was $107,074,825, less, due n tno ln7 ormA rf th cfod and r j w w m m . I .-LI - m ,9 , M a IT HllllllllllMIIMtMM the decrease in price resulting ' Paducah to Roaring Springs in from over production. j Motley county. It was the lowest grade of any ( The contract calls for the con crop in the past ten years. i struction of the road complete, Hester says the acreage in ! even to stations, by May 15. Mr. cotton was larger than v. as ever' Lazarus: president of the road, ciUiwotorl in tho Smith hv ,OIW,WI SUCI, If to the value of the crop, I thevaueof the cotton seed isj added, the actual wealth pro- j ducing capacity of the Southern ; cotton farms this year will be SO.T7.710.073. Last year the ,.nl,, inlnHino- rh wd was $1,030,133,527, so that for a a nltt holoa IIUI' CINUia.lUK 1 'i ' " ' " more of cotton and 1,822,000 tons more seed, the South re- ceived nearly $92,500,000 less money. During last year, he says, was the heaviest consumption of American cotton on record. 1000 Biles Per Week Mekel is receiving cotton at the rate of over 1000 bales per week and giving a price for the Btaple that makes it look all the more good. k On last Thursday at noon the 1599 mark had been reached and on Thursday morning of this week at 9 o'clock the 2500 mark had been reached, mailing our j record over 1000 bales per week, The average per day at the public yard is given in at 140 to 150 by Mr. Tittle the weigher while the average at the Gazza, wav yard is given in at 85 to 90 per day. at this rate there would have been c ose to 2750 bales in the Merkel yards Thursday night. -Merkel Mail. Good of water. good p 000 head - 1 of cat of Cochran toun Alexan-10-ltp der. T.'T. Price and family left Saturday for Chattanooga Tenn., where they will make their fu ture home. gtTplenty ractction. for i utyin west siae j if r fiedand;Jl. KDQWMNG (EL MILL COAL, GRAIN and HAY ALL KINDS OF FEED 3. INSURANCE t Cost market will permit. Come rofluce supply your needs along Doors VAeat of Citizens National Bnnk CONTRACT LET ON Q. A. Texas Construction Company Lands Contract For Grading and Construction Work Quanah. Texas, Sept., 6. -The Quanah, Acme and Pacific Rail way Company has let the con tract to the Texas Construction Company of Fort Worth, for forty miles of road from Paducah westward. The contract was awarded at Quanah. The ex tension carries the Q. A. & P. i from its present terminus at i save; that material is on the way. In i j.. j j kWlllc lico . . v uuj v.. construction will be pushed, LE. Walker, president of the Quanah. Seymour, Dublin and Rockport Railroad, will be here this week to see about beginning work on this road, which has i fhnnirprl its. name to Central of j Texas since it is to be financed! I hu tio f!nu.'iMrthwaite syndicate ' ' i - - of London j Democratic Nominees Following are the nominees of the Democratic primary, who are now suoject 10 me general election in November, and whose announcements appeared in this paper before the primary: For District Judge: W. R. SPENCER. For District Attorney: G. E. LOCKHART. For County Judge: E. R. HAYNES. For County Attorney: R. A. SOWDER. For Sheriff and Tax Collector: W. H. FLYNN. For Tax Assessor: H. K. PORTER. For County Treasurer: R. H. WILSON For County and District Clerk: J. A. WILSON. For Surveyor: H. G. GUINN. For Hide and Animal Inspector: BOB JASPER. For Commissioner Precinct 1: R. A. BARCLAY. For Commissioner Precinct 2: C. A. JOPLIN. For Commissioner Precinct 3: L. 0. BURFORD. . For Commissioner Precinct 4: J. M. WRIGHT. For Justice of the Peace Pre. 1: J. D. CALDWELL, Need Any? Phone 324 COMPANIES in and trade with me this line. i Citation by Publication To the sheiifT or any constable of Lub bock county, Texan, greeting: You are hereby commanded to sum mon Benjamin H. Stuckert, and the heim of Benjamin II. Stuckert, de ceased, the names of said heirs being unknown, to apear at the next regular term of the district court of Lubbock county, Texan, to be holden at the court house thereof, in the city of Lub bock. Texas, on the second Monday in November, 1912, the same being the 11th day of November, 19U, then and there to answer a pe tition filed in said court on the 27th day of August, A. D. 1912. in a cause'numbvred on the docket of said court, No. M9, wherein J. K. Caraway is plaintiff, and Benjamin H. Stuckert, and the heirs of Benjamin H. Stuckert, deceased, are defendants, plaintiff's cause of action, briefly stated, ia a follows: "Plaintiff sues all the de fendenU in trespass to try title for the title and possession of survey No. 7, in block E2. certificate No. 55. B. & B. in Lubbock county, Texas, patented to i Samuel Tinley, Jr., by patent No. 29. , volume 31; containing 640 acres; plain I tiff alleges his chain of title an follows: The natent from state to Samuel Tin- I lev. Jr.. above set out; deed . . . i i irom Pow- I Samuel Tinley and wife to E. M. ell and E. L. Gage; deed from E. M. Powell and E. L. Gage to Benjamin H. Stuckert; deed from W. M. Lay, tax collector, to T. J. Murnane; deed from W. M. Lay, tax collector to Chas. Archer; deed from Chad. Archer to T. J. Murnane; deed from T. J. Murnana toj. B. Mobley; deed from J. B. Mob- lev toF. E. Wheelock: deed from r. t. Wheelock to J. K. Caraway. Plaintiff ' alleges that he and those under whom adverte and continuous itonsession, un- der title and color of title, from and , ... . .... . t T under the state of Texas, the land above described for more than three i years next after the accrual of the I cause of action of the defendants, and for more than three years before the ' filing of this suit And further alleges I that he and those under whom he holds. have had and held peaceable, adverse nd continuous possession ol In l an a bove described, cultivating, using ing and ! SffiS. ed.inAn u i due thereon for more than hve yearn J f ' r - ir after the accrueal or the cause of ac tion of defendants, and for more than five years before the filing this suit And plaintiff further alleges that he and those under whom he holds, have had and held peaceable, adverse and con tinuous possession of the land above described, cultivating, using and en joying the same for a period of more than ten years before the filing of this suit, having taken and held said land under a written memorandum of title, specifying the boundaries thereof, dated April 3rd. 1901. Prayer that all the defendants be cited to appear and answer the petition, and for title and possession of the land sued for. and that the title by limitations be established, and for all other relief, special and gen eral." You are hereby further commanded to serve this citation by publishing the same once each week for eight succes sive weeks previous to the return day hereof in a newspaper published in Lubbcck county. Texas: but if there be no newspaper published therein, then in a newspaper in the nearest county where one is published. Herein fail not, but have you before said court, on the said first day of the next term thereof, this writ with your return thereon, showing how you hava executed the same. Witness, J. A. Wilson, clerk district court of Lubbock county, Texas. Given under my hand and the seal of said court, at office in city of Lubbock, Texas, this the 27 in day of August. 1912. Seal J. A. Wilson. Clerk district court, Lubbock County. . Texas. By C. F. Sti'BBS. 8 8t Deputy. of ON EARTH 16 I ....I I liMMIIMHMMl SCSS2SJ P. R.ODDHFJS COMPANY tZ1 i w .aw m m rm m m 1 .aa..