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Groceries and Rocket Goods
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Moles and Warts
Removed with MoleitofT, without
how far ramed arlpv U mir
turn, nnd no trarAorr wj
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appear in about ti
Letter from persons
formation, are cont
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ain or danirer. no matter how larure. or
of the akin. And they will never re-
where the mole or wart wan neat
Mole or Wart, which entirely dm.
erm, leaving the akin smooth and
together with much valuable in-
tive booklet, which will be mailed
rieon i puiT oniy w on nonar Domes, wniem are n etl imme
diately upon receipt of price ijnd mailed in a plain cane, accompanied by
full directions, and contains enough remedy to remove six to ten ordinary
moles or warts. We sell Molesoff under positive guarantee, if it fails to
remove your mole or wart, we will promptly refund you your dollar,
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LANE QUOTES LAW
Parent Unable to Authorize
to Minor, Says Con
PECOS' ANNUAL FAIR
To be the Largest and Most Ex
tensive Ever Held in the West
-Oct. 8th to llth.
Committee Composed of Gov. Col
quirt, Will H. Mayes and B.
F. Looney Investigate.
Accompanied by Hon. Will H.
Mayes, Democratic nominee for
Lieutenant Governor, and Hon.
8. F. Looney, nominee for At
torney General, and the three
Gov. 0. B. CoNjuitt arrived in
Kusk Monday afternoon, and
j spent the entire day TueRday in
vestigating the conditions of the
Kast Texas Penitentiary. Mr.
(ieo. Waverly Brings of the
Dallas News arrived Tuesday
morning, and will be with the
committee during their tour of
investigation of the entire sys
tem of the state.
A representative of the Press
Journal joined the Governor and
i his party by invitation, and was
with them during: the entire day
Tuesday. This was the Gover
nor's first viHit to the Uubk
prison, and it seemed to be a
revalation to him as well as to
Messrs. Mayes and Loonev. i
iney rounu tne Dox lactory un
der the management of Mr. Sam
J. Smith, to be working in
splendid order and turning the
product of the factory out in an
exceptional satisfactory manner.
Austin, Tex., Sept. 19. Con
! troller Lane advises that he is in
receipt of a number of letters
from citizens throughout the
State calling his attention to the
fact that certain saloonkeepers
are violating: the law by selling:
intoxicating liquors to minors
upon receipt of written authority
from the parents of these minors:
"It appears that many of the
saloonkeepers themselves are
under the impression that they
can legally sell intoxicating
liquors to a minor when the said
minor brings along written au
thority from his parents auth
orizing the saloonkeeper to make
the sale. 1 his is an error as the
law absolutely prohibits the sale
or gift of intoxicating liquors,
either by the saloonkeeper him-'
self, or his agent, to any person 1
under the age of 21 years under!
any circumstances, and any liquor ' annua! fajr are 0ct
ucii-i win nviis, iRTmus to oe:ii i..;i-.i
will prove a revala
people of the Sout
soiii or given intoxicating liquor
to a minor, does so at his own
"There also seems to be an im
pression among the saloonkeep
ers that when a minor comes into
his saloon and attempts to pur
chase liquor and is required by
the saloonkeeper to give his age
and in doing so he assures the1
saloonkeeper thtit he is 21 years
oi aire, mat wnen thp a tan on
made under these circumstances I pickers'
, the saloonkeeper incurs no liabil-! price r
ity. Such is not the law. The mill Co
i i . . . . )
iaw maKes u tne auty or tne sa
loonkeeper, whatever may be the
representation of the customer,
when there is any question of
doubt as to his minority, to as
certain the truth about his age
! before making the sale, and if
I the saloonkeeper dors make the
sale without taking this urecau
I tion and it afterwards developed ! with her brother.
i mat ne nas sold to a minor, he
subjects his license to forfeiture.
. more scnrt observance or
FiVerv effort is being bended to!
make the second annual fair at I
Pecos, Texas, the largest and
most extensive fair ever held in I
Southwest Texas. Nearly $6.-!
000.00 has been put into the I
work. Beautiful grounds have
been laid ofT and permanent i
Duuaings erected. An American I
Standard race track has been !
built. Irrigated agricultural 1
products will be a feature. j
Best horse races ever wen in
West Texas are to occur each ot I
the four days of the fair; aerial
events are to occur once daily.
The liayton Mighty Midway
Carnival Co., now touring Cali
fornia are to have charge of the
paid attractions, of which there
will be twenty, including all the
late up-to-date bhows. Poultry
show is to form part of the Fair,
as is also a decorated automobile
The dates for the Pecos second
8. y, 10. and
j WHO GETS THE MONEYYOU EARN?
ECONOMY IS THE ROAD TO PROSPERITY
EXTRAVAGMCE IS THE ROAD TO BANKRUPTCY
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Kwnoniy i soniftiraeft an
tliauaiad that wh all must
travel if w tuPw(i irth fUiaii-ial world. Kenrm.
mize! Place a peru of your &wekly aruiugj iu our
bauk and. it wjJurprfQjrli the anvmtit you lay away
in the couiwCt' a vear. AKeep thin up and when you
are old and cannotj work, or calamities befall you, you
will not be facing k fiuaucial crisis.
Hegiu today a Deposit Account with
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
i very low rates from all points in
Texas, Oklahoma and New Mex-
ico, with liberal stop-overs. Ail
j persons wanting to see an irri
gated country should visit Pecos.
It is believed that the Pecos
Fair will be excelled by no other
; fair in Texas west, of Dallas. It
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to a I
RotanBoy Drowns !
Rotan, Tex.T Sept. 19. -The
lifeless body of the 8-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Nelms
1 was Id ragged from the Double
' Mountain river yesterday and
j buried this morning. The little
fellow was a deaf mute. He
i left home with his two dogs and i
i was net missed until the return'
of the dogs, which he had tied !
together. It was his custom to I
istendmuch of his time around
; the place in company with his!
I pets and nothing was thought!
! of his absence until their return
: without him late in the evening.
Rev. J. W. Hunt returned'
Thursday from Vernon where he !
was engaged in a meeting fori
two weeks. He reports a good
revival meeting, about thirtv
j conversions. Snyder Signal.
i Miss Margarette HutT went to
' Hale Center Saturday to visit
Wind-1 Smith Shaw, a substantial
11 It farmer and stock raiser of the
Abemathy country was here
of a asp
Lard u I vill act dl
nl noUnal work
National Bank Bld'g.
Will practlcoto ail tlit CourU
'ill kriotic.Iin Hlh court, of Tex a,
jj OFjrlCE:! Nortl of Court Houa
VtVict in Lubbocl StaU Bn Builtling.
I Lubbock. Texas
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uut . ,CIll lc pnwn proper anu , thg provision of the law will
4a. V8"'" f"rnaLe j" kP many liquor dealers out of
..iru r,c , inil)nt!u trouble in the conduct
mc miiiiciinr invesimenis inai their business "
had been made to develop the I "1
ZyjC?,thi FZl0" If th' Mrs- A- Harrison, " who has
SUte that it had been allowed, been here visitinif at the home
jff2tWT,'1 and,wh,ch TT of J. E. Hanley returned to
PJILJITV1-, TheiLubboc-k Thursday.-Plainview
(governor made a close and prac- j Herald
tical inspection of every depart-,
ment, and insisted on detailed : -
information regarding the fur-
nju'e ami entir iron imiimtrv !
Mr. Louis informed nim that
the Sam Lanham furnace could
be put in condition for $10,000,
anu tnat nrick for relining was'tvT a f
already on the ground. After! iIOLtCri OlI
gting over the matter thorough-j
ly with Mr. Lewis and getting!
all the information obtainable,
regarding the expense of opera-i
tion. the Governor and his party
then visited the ore beds and
found 11.000 tons of ore mined
ready to be hauld to the furnace,
and an equal amount "stripped" i0f 0
ready to be blasted. He then j
mmla tka ououiti.n that if U 8lOC
v. mnii nun .11(11 it k 1 1 J
present proposition to lease the
furnace was not consumated, it
would be operated on State ac
count. Uusk Press Journal.
We aim to keep, at all
everything in lumber and
i Khort notice in the X
! bt pomiihl man- X X
i ner. All work A
; g u r an teed to f TNI
' plea and w no- 111 1 '
I licit a reaaonabl 1 1 f 1 I
har or you work. I I
B T. DBiiirtwrtr I
( HHMrai Minwtr
Thursday and paid the Ava
lanche orFice a pleasant call. He
said he had a fine twelve pound
girl at his house but still he
was all out and down in the
mouth and lamenting that it
wasn't two or more. All people
are not alike. We know of
another home which on two oc
casions has been blessed with
inillfli H IWLI 11 IH10.1IUM VVBSill
hand and the happy father was
sent for a doctor. He crossed
his fingers and lit out yelling
"ventchie dubs" at every jump.
Mrs. Sarah Trudgen and
daughter, Miss Hessie Trudgen,
who live at Sutter Creek,
I vaiuurma, wire in our cuy oai-
urday, sight-seeing and looking
at the country. Thev own con
siderable property in West
Texas and were glad to see
the country improving so rap
Pale-faced, weak, and
shaky women who suffer
every dav with woman !w
weakness need the helo
tie tonic, with
etitn on the
a " 1 . . .
me cause pi your trouble,
Cardul tin a record of
more than 50 years of
success. It must be good.
Th9 Womin's Tonic
Mrs. Effle Graham, of
WilUrd, Ky, says: "I
was so weak could
hardly go. I suffered
nearly every month, for 3
years. When I began to
take Cardul, my back hurt
awfully. I only welched
99 pounds. Not long after,
1 weighed 115. Now, (
do all my work, and am
in good health." Begin
taking Cardul, today.
sell your gr:
Eastin Wolffarth shipped three
cars of cattle to the Fort Worth
markets Saturday, and also two
cars to the Kansas City market.
Richie was in Hale
ter last week.
Miss Vera Murfee left Satur
urday for Georgetown where she
will enter the Southwestern
University. She will stopover
at Abilene a day to be with her
sister, Miss May Murfee, who is
teaching in the public school
Albert Taylor shiDDed two rum
of calves to the Kansas Citv
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Haskell Boy Shoots Self
Haskell, lex., Sept 19. -Cecil
Scott, the 7-year-old son of H. C.
Scott, accidentally shot himself
through the leg. with a target
rifle this afternoon. The wound
is not considered dangerous and
he is expected to be out in a few
On Saturday night, Sept. 2Sth. ;
and the following Sunday, Rev, I
Llif Sander of Lubbock, will
preach at the Christian church.
All are cordially invited to at
tend. -Randall County News.
j L. Lunesden and wife were
here from their Lynn county
umber, every item of our
is of the highest quality.
pricellcyrya big figure with
th .epTional quality
r stotxis lppreciated by those 5 i
10 have learned its superiority. ,l
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el xfJF avbiUy's price-but !
at thcsaftil tftna we have found 1 5 :
We Want Land 8
ic iia.c iiiuiiu j v
onal quality of!;C
If you want absolutely high
class material, at a just-right
price, buy your lumber here.
Your small wants promptly. at
Wsfnt a bic: list of small tracts.
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jJWor you if your price is right.
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