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A "General" Inspection o 8 Si C MiA o o o 8 8 () u peri or oreri. are after result ; a mer. lodkye chosen Kwtna view to Trfect purity, I are thus in a i to offer them customers with guarantee. We do not shelve our goods for future sales, but make a point of having everything fresh riirht alontr. LONG BROTHERS GROCERIES AND RACKET GOODS .STORE ONE DOOR EAST OF POST OFFICE PHONES 435 AND 284 f oreriPS isrespg AuA that inal, Qy'Cjfr will in enajr you iwt?inetpust a es of thil ls") 'the fact that they were not (); enumerated for the year VAX Everybody is invited to attend J,thc opening exercises of the M school Monday. September the O first at !;:) a. m. Q J. K. Wester. Supt. O I )oes the word reputation mean ()! anything to you? Stop and () J think and figure and you will know why tlTNMajeHtic rajige 5 1 has the ri'Vuflatfun of being "not J', only the beitVihul the leastex- I pensive. lAt&hjman from'the () I factory showou. See our J)ig ) ' ad in this paper. Western Wind ();n.ill Co. 7 2t Pi J. 0. Quick of the Lubtxck () drain and Coal Company, has just P returned from a trip to Iwing () ton, N. M., and other places ()' southwest of here where he O went in the interest of his firm 0 PHONES 435 AND 2B4 O! He reports a nice biness while r www www www waw www www www www K""e. Don' ASSIGNMENT OF TEACHERS Supt. Wester Announces Assign ment of Teachers for 1913-14 Session of the School Following is the assignment of teachers for the Lubbock puplic schools subject to such changes as the superintendent and board during the entire term as the success of the child depends largely on his being in school every day. Children under seven years of age may be admitted by paying tuition at the rate of $1.50 per month in advance, provided they enter by the first of October, as after this a new class will have to be formed for these little fellows-they may enter again thing Whin tht thecal A ikVf 'Will A f T i i no rtpoV use some to home. convince you like home. 6 4t A. Robinson, one of Terry county'a prominent stock farmers waa here Monday and loaded his wagons out with grain and sup plies for the ranch, from the Lubbock Grain and Coal Company. think best for the interest of the i the first of Jan. 1914. 1 J. w. Da I ton and wife and school: English. G. N. Atkin-' If your child is seven years old ' Miss Willie Burgess, J. IX Lind son: Latin and German, P. F. any time during the session and 'v and wife left Saturday after Brown; History and Civics. W. T. - you intend sending him to school i noon 'or San Antonio, and other Bowers: Mathematics and Science : please start him the first of the I points in South Texas. Thev H. P. Webb; Mathematics. J. K. jyear so that he may be graded ! made the trip in their autos. Wester; seventh grade and with the rest of the children. j H. 0. Waters left Monday for Spanish, Miss Mary V. Beard; ; The last legislature extends! J Abilene, where he will probably sixth grade, Miss M. L. Walker: ' the scholastic age to twenty-one ' be located all summer and will fifth grade. Mrs. F. V. Brown; years, hence all pupils living be engaged in buying cotton, fourth grarte, Miss Johnie Collins: ; within the Ishhook Independent , family will remain in Lub third grade. Miss rean I.we; School District who will be bock. U .' - fct msT.sms.ws A a n A lit t k ', mA Kit-, t W A ft J . AD m V'D'iri ff UirA U ft I " Store. U -t Miss Roberta Dukes, of Mant- f I field, cousin of Mrs. Raleigh Martin, who has been visiting here for the past few weeks, re- b-r.a fide citizen of sa.d district. , lurnen ""l'"- Bruce Mitchell, and wife of CLEARANCE SALE PRICES COUTKMD AT THE MERCANTILE A harvest of low prices on this season's merchandise for quick selling. Goods must he soldin season in which they are bought. J All figured and stripped Lawns and Batistes worth up to 2'c, all at one price per yard 10c Tissue (iinirham in com plete line of checks, stripes and solids, 2Tc values 1 ft I3U now Big reductions in ' plain and fancy Voiles, 25 to 5(k? values QKr now 1,1c to JjU Knickerbocker Checks, bpecial per yard Apron 75c 27-incn Lily Per cales per j ard 7Jc A A Advertiser Bleaching sold below value for ad vertising pur poses per yard 10c New case Proeress Ging hams on sale fj per yard I UU W. S. Norton , second grade. Miss September the first. 101 :l, are Grace Rucker: hi h first. Mrs. K. entitled to the benefits of the K. Haynes; low first, Mrs. J. K. public school without paying tui Wester: music. M s II. Brown, ti' n. and those living outside of School will begin the first the district will have to pay tui Monday in Serten.ber, which is tion unless their parents become the first day. We h.pe parents bona fide ci will have thftr children ready Pupils from seven to seventeen and enter them the first day of may be transferred but pupils Crosbytori, were here schixil and s-nd their, regularly jover seventeen cannot be from Saturday. shopping Case of new Shirtings per yard Sterling 10c Our entire line olGJ?es' Wash STrU 1 iues, sale at 3.' 4.:0Skir now I.(K Skirts now :j.(H) Skirt. nowy 2.06 Skirts now 25 pe Press Mum. r 0 n further He ld uctions in .OOPfs yuits. Ihemust LXgo. 3f).K) Kuppenheimer ", 20.00 scount on all Woolen 10.00 Skirts J 7.00 Skirts jj rt.tN) Skirts 5Q .1.00 Skirts 3.35 About 10 Indies' Waists worth up to 2..10, divided into two lots. Sizes most I v H4 and :tS. Priced J Cft 1.00 and I.JU 2.1.00 iuits Kuppenheimer .16.65 22.50 Kuppenheimer Suits 15.00 Pallor Suits 13.35 12.00 10.00 8.35 20. 00 Faller Suits IS. 00 Faller Suits 15.00 Faller Suits..... 12,50 Faller Suits Ladies' and Chil dren s' Oxfords and I'umps at special prices. LUBBOCK MERCANTILE CO. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY C o ( ) C) ) () () () () C) () ( C) 8 () C) ( () () () () () o () () tt () () () ( () () ) t) ) ( ( () ( () ( o J. W. SMITH BURIED Johnston's Row Binders The season will nee Now, let is lighte no jzfue & isImqtflere a X 7 s ifof draft. a ncfyou Binder. a Binderthat and thathas equ trouble tP Alio.a()inder tQ automatic ave you'the repairing: nat of St a r,-W indmills AND PIPING, WATER SUPPLIES AND ALL REPAIRS. JU. A m v M Fjmily and Other Relatives; ed Fufieral at Big Springs Last Week Range Demonstration ! Mr. and Mrs. Sid Martin of In this issue of the Avalanche 1 Trenton, who have leen visiting Attend- foun.i the bijr ad of the ' at tn? nome f Mr. and .Mrs. ! Western Windmill Company. rerjruson. at i-.staeado. They are roin$r to have another ' wore here between trains Mon- 'nf thoM fniPstiV I.'ancrp fiwmno. dav. Mrs. Martin is a former 'strnllons and arp nffrintr mime ; School mate of MlSS Amy The Hi'it SiiririL's llcraiii lH v- ! rwrial imlncomunti Th nnIjarry. They returi out the following additional in- they had last year was a great I Trenton on the aften; formation rejrardinK the families ' success, and they are expecting I of Kiley and Smith the principals I you to visit their store during in the recent murder at Slaton: the week beginning September 1 "Kiley made his home in this .and ending September Hth. city many vears. and while here he was enxaued in the real es tate business and bore a tfood reputation and was a j u ;-t and peaceable citizen. "J. W. Smith was .1.1 vears. eicht months and 21 days of me. had made his home in this city a number of years; conducting a furniture store here until re cently. He was at present fn Kak'ed in the drug business hav ing recently purchased the drug stock of A. L. Wasson. lie was a Rood citizen, a kind husband o o o 8 8 O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o C) and loving father and the heart- O o felt svmiathv of our Deoule irolO O to the sorrowing wife and two.D o sons. The remains were brought i O o ' to this city from Slaton on pas- n i senirer train No. 3 Monday niuht i w (),and funeral services held at the q family residence at 10 o'clock jl Wednesday morning conducted ,bv Rev. A. C. Miller. q "In addition to a wife and two i D j , sons deceased leaves a father, j O q J four sisters and two brothers. JJ ( ) j Two sisters Mesdames I). A. j O ) I Brown, of Comanche and W. A. , D ( ) . Schrader, ol Athens, were here O v ' In uttpnil thA funeral: his broth-. Q () ers, M. 1. Smith, of AdainvillejO n.t M S Smith, of HumMiitJ U ; 1 - -- - ( ) I Tenn.. were unable to reach here (), until Wednesday night." O Kducation cinuisU in knowing ()' things-kdtPhsw a range is ( ) made inWe anLfaitsid. Call at Onur stora during our special 5 ' Sept lit ttSsit. t'.th inclusive ti Wvstern Winfn.ll 7 L't V I - Us Something fo while-$X.(M) nothing is w vestigate. paper. W en to it n train. Lilac and smile, i 4t , ffloth imn vouj esiern jv, ingis worth f ware for time to in- ig ad in this indmill Co. 7 2t II. K. Iiiddle. of Kookdale, Ixe fowan was oer from i Texas, was here the rirst of the llrwlilpv rnuntv S!atnrrlau t acting business with our mer- South Tlains country. chants. I . c, ; ... ' T. C. Ivey and wife, of I'lains. W. 1. Schenckmadeabus-nessiare spending the week in our ! trip to Sweetwater Saturday. ' city. ononoflonon a o 2 'yN w ' tu tu t o oaoao:QoaoaoDOD o mm Order Coal Now and save money. a o o a o a o a o o D O n o MlM Stagnt4. if Ia- ) .'rviu.i. was L'-rt Saturday buvinv n o of coal now means a savins: of money. The o selection of the justly celebrated SUNSHINE n MAITLANI) COAL means not only a sating of O money but a whole lot of satisfaction for those n who hum it. Afl A ifomMtie ril It koa no iu.ii.1 w w - w vm. Mima ii v (iNM, Hums to a w hite ash, makes a hotter fire than I 1 . . . J 1 . A L f I I I a . uaruwiMNi, vim is a iniru iew, ana noes not mi me ) house with soot. (j n n o o u o u o i r ) UZZCZZZZZZZZZZZZZOCZCZZZZZJ 'K'mhJa from our mercham.