I P K O F K S S I
OTIia First ."i tl'Tiii! PulUIIng.
Lyr anY Abstracter,
Will practice In all tt.e court.
CROWS OESTROV CROPS IN 0LA.
Crew Daatrey Seed at a Crop
Art Planted In Okla. -Govtmar
Appealed to for Aid
liuthrlo, Ok!a , Apiil IB. Crow are
causing tremendous lo.e in stacked
drain no well as to rnlnx crops
OH. R. B. HUTCHINSON
Citizens' Nation. think Pull Jin
ThoDe No. I3l
Physlan and Surgeon
Office, Iltd Cross I'liarniary
in and 51
Id Cross I
t U B E OC TA H I T A R i u M
Chas. K C'y". M- 0.(
Mr. L. V Houand, R. N
Phonea, 144 and C)
Mtdical JrnTSjjrglcal Case
Off M. C. OVERTON.
Office Phdne. No.
1 Iteeldencl Thnne No. 407
OR. C. J. yfAGNER,
Reeldenre Pbont No. 128.
JNQ. R. McCte.
AttoSiy at Law,
Will practice r!l the court of)ln ,iiiiny ,,,., of omn,,,,,,,
Texas, and with .HI the mate Iff
Office 80,1th of Court House
A few counties In Northwestern
J Oklahoma are without inn visitation
Office Lubbock FtafV rnl P"IlJlng.
Lt nnocK, rtXAS.
Office, Fint N.AJotial Bank nulldlng.
Will pruvtlcXln nil court.
of crows, mull in haa nnii'f been
ueaaii unv ttrvlf itiit vcr 111 akime .ee- 1
lion, they have hnt winter roost
for I'l or 12 years, but the damage
heretofore tint been slliiht.
Probably the blgKest roost in in
state Is on Cur creel., a Miring fed
Hi ream that empties into the Omar
run river. seven mile weM of (!uth
rl. It extends along the river for
three in llf m. The (Tdm have eon sum !
fmm-itr-1 oaty yarn tmm trml H m
I . H aiW iaw(l lh m
ALL WILL WIN IN CAMERON
Though Strong AMI County, Judge
Cattt Bali! Ball W'll Carry
SPECIAL HOtltRV OFrtR
I ',000 FOR ONE BOOK
State of T Paya This Amount to
Lady Who Poattd Fie'd Note
Syndicate Land Survey
Aumln. Tex., April I'nder in
atnirtlimii if the liovernor. th- otnp-
tri'ller'ii i'panmrnt today Immril
1 ,1 hl.-t ( an
rtw. tan y,r
r t latmw Mr K
AMI. IN iMMWt
A Mrtur W-fli flnnnf w4 Aa .
"Hot M mil OUlU1S bxll
CU. MOmiU. fLM
"Tell By Tie BUM
Ouaranteed Wear Ever Hoalery foe
Man And WemenLadie' Spe
For .Sale Hy
LUBBOCK DRUG CO.
DRS. HUTCHINSON 4 PEEBLER
J. T. Httchlneon, MO.
Eye, Car, Nbe and Throat.
O. F. rVrbter, M 0.
General MeduVe " Purgery.
Room In rirat su naj Maxk Bldg.
ed nil the (train In MarkH and have.
been foraging on tin ereen whenl
eatliiif out the heart of the plant
ainl deHtniyins the need germ. They
feed fur many mllea over the mir
roil it (I I n k country.
Immediately north or a fann own
ed by JudKe John t'otteral, of the
I'nlteil StaieM MHtrUt Court., I a 1 '
deiiw growOi of black jac k treea, co-' thl,rB were ihoiiKind of them, and
Minn four Niwk of ground. At'tnp f (llr wlng, h.j the
nliflit every tree fllUnJ to lt maxl-' ,xlni ot beutlng aurf.
mum aHlty with clamorua crowa. Town 1UU C(Hintry huntr have
warrant for !)- In favor of Mr. There are thoiiHanda of them. Went ' bn uttarklng the crow with guna
Allre niillm-h, of Waro. in payment of the farm uf Cha. Hoihe, la I r the Inst 10 day; they are in
for tiie Jonrna' containing the field foreat civerlnR ia or :w arrea, In ,.oni)tiint nnmotion when on tie
nolea nf the aurvey maile of the Cap-1 Which the crowa are no lena num r-', riHmt croaking, rawing and Joatllng.
Itol PjTidlcatn lundii nf Texa Ten.ou. ( Tn hunten. aurround the roiKt on
field nntei were compiled hy M. A.! ' It haa been lniiaf.lhli." ray Koine. 1 j,u ldi, ami fire Into the mnag aa
Wller, who aff the time the fli4(t'"tn linei the number perceptibly it nine
notea were taken wa the hua- by abting of polaonlng. if all ofj (;0v. Lee Crucn haa been aaked
band of Mra. Bulloch. The field notealthe farmer of Logon county annctn ( urtM-lulm a day lor killing crowa.
are to hn ued In Hi Invea'iiratlon b ed ahotfiina. the cont of the Thi renueM hna brought on con- dicta that Hall will carry Delia e conn
The Aunfln Tribune I authority
for Hie following atAtemelit:
"Judife H. 1. C,aie, County Judge
or r,.ni ron coiinry, ta tier rrom
llrnw nHville on liiHtuM, ajid la ac
coinimnled by hla wife, ihl being her
flrt vlvit to the rnplial.
"Judxe C,a tea (a an old Vuralty boy,
and eei-tiied glad to get Wk ta the Hoae,
cene of ma younger manhood. lle:nlr of
waa of the da of OS
"Anked ab nit politic, Judxe Oaten
riiille and said:
" 'Kverybody In tJie Prownsvllle
country la expecting Hull to be elect
ed, and that in Itaelf mean a good
deal of atrencth. Then, Judge V!1
I fr,r him, and he never fails to get
a big; majority In Cameron county
for the man he bark. It la a safe
prediction that he will not fall this
time, ao you might enally count Cam
eron county in the Halt column.
" 'Outside of the gubernatorial race
there ln't much talk aa yet, but a1
Ilia l-amnntMi Wurnia II n (ku.a will ka '
more Interest ahown. Our iwople are
antl-jirnhtliltlon, but now that they
are convinced that the phohlbitlon
question la one of coiiatltutlunal
amendment, pmhtbition will not cut
Kor Umlted Time Only
Hl pwlra of our !1nnt :ic value la.
dloa' jruinuiteed hoax, in luck or lan
i'4lira, with wHywT girantee, fur
ll.no and jLTIiitMi tug poetaie.
SpaVlal Offer Jr Man
r "II it. six 1H
Hi Culr an Bwif"
ao much (Imire in the election of
"The Judne and bin wife will re
main in towu until tomorrow or Tues
Saya OaMaa la For Ball
"Thurmond llarn-tt. an attorney of
Pallao, who la here on bualnewa, pre-
OR. O. H. WESTLAKE.
Practice Limited toVh Olee of
l6v and Cbl!drenand Chronic
meaaea of ,Sn
Office at Realdenee rhnti No. H4.
ty In the July primarle. Me I aec
retary of the Tom Hall citifb of lkilla
Office rirpt NatiorarSank Billd'Bg,
BEAN A KLETT,
Tour letral biitneand otjiril wort
Office Ot!ien' NattilWl Paok R'dg.
now in proan-n ror a re-nurvey of ammuniuon neceary to exterminate ; tniverb.v. Many contending that the
the Capitol Syndicate land, aiithon?.-' the crowa would be pmhIMtlve. I crrnv la a peM blchly deKtuctlve to
d bv the laat leg!laure, to deter-' have "h't tin worta of abella In rhe-mp., pr and lmbi. and a nrfiber
mine whether or not thla syndicate i biat week, and I caji't notice any of-useful bird and that It apreada
obtained over .l.nuo.OO't arrea whlcb dlff-rem m the number of blrda. hoK cholera; while other claim that
It waa intended to give It fur the c.n-, "rnleee uhe crow begin pairing ' their wholenale deatniction would e I Manhattan l'Mr only
n'rucilon of the atate rapitot. 'and migrate soon, there la little like-! Itijurlooe to farmer at large. j
Orange Julptxncw drink 1 O.K.
Yon know U'e h.; they etood
the tret when ill otlfrre failed. They
gave real K)t COMFOItT. They
(jiRve no euiy in np. They tanver
tx-come 1H)S. and baggy, aa th
fhape la knlln, not preeeed In. They
arm GumrmnlmMA faa. Ananoau f ..htn
. "v-ua, ' 1 .. . i u no , luf bijivt,
fn- auperjaf ity of material and work
manaMpTubaolutely talnl(w and to
wrair all inoiith without hole, or a
new pair fre.
Don't delay, tend in your order be
fore offer expirt. Give correct aire.
WEAR-EVER HOSIERY COMPANY,
CARD OF THANKS
We feel very grateful to the people
of Lubbock for tfceff" k Indue and
orda of aynurathy during the yg
lllneaa of Atr. J. U Caldwell And
for the floral offerings furnlahed ityid
take uhia method of extending ur
appreciation to each and every tme
who in any way did arte of Jtlnd
neaa or spoke words of coikdnlencn
in our sad hour ofJ)aeetvpment,
J. U OALDWKLL.
J. D. CA1.DWKLL,
MHS. E. 8. KEKKH.
MKSS MAMIK KKKFJS,
TALMA OK KEKfT.
Xtill her.-, read fO . h e all
time. - I'htine tt!n .i
4J III ,
'.. Tnwifi and
llhood of my being able to plant airy !
corn. I planted 15 or i'O acre of:
oata hmt week, and a fast aa rtie'
aeed were noma and covered, they!
were dug up y the cmw. Hundred
I of them followed in to j" feet be
Hev. H. Y. Dickinson and wife
n pent Saturday and Sunday in the
Shaiowater community, and Mr. k !
Inwtl pre hed at that p."ace Sunday '
d baby are h)nd my wt.ivr- erratcJUnr
vialting Mn. Tldw.aib parenla it (, faj,( . j ,,,. tnw
i rem una leavtng on me ar . A ,iitor u, ,.ar , K Roec(!e M'llmo made a tiualneae
tMnoon train fvr Wat pi, Int. t the rrnws came In the evening Oiat ,riP ,0 rVrwell Monday. r turntng on1
j hn was there. Half an binir before ' Wednewday morning. I
...... .... I . i
ii. t. wni-my, ranuiiiaie or re pre , minuet, taere waa flH
nutlve, and editor of the Pnt t ity aight. Ten mlnutee
P nt, waa here Saturday for a aiion crow wa thfwrd
"It. in lb aky hem
Another Car of
LljiCE.SXPCKFKED. Thank yo
lur au ur irr.
aa not a crow in a - - . - ryT ' - - T
nut, later-. .InUe; H. Kat.lff and Frank Irtry. of Rod-1 f Sidc .1 I . phwne ,j4
awina, then eM k rem, were here the latter part of I If T
raided their cominr: I bat week ll I I
W W W W 4a VaV W W m m 01 l Brf 00 0l 01
"QUICK nEALw WICK 'OIL STOVE
THE OHICINAt. (ML STOVE EQUIPPED
WITH A CLASS FOUNT
SIMPLE AS A MAI P.
MAKES A CLEAN AND POWERFUL
EASY TO RC-W1CK OK REGULATE.
HAS PORCELAIN BURNER DRUMS
THAT CANNOT RUST, AND AUTOMA.
TIC WICK STOP WHICH PREVENTS
BURNS ORDINARY COAL OIL
Quick Meal Coal Oil and Gas
We have just received the most complete assortment of Coal Oil and
Gasoline Stoves and Ranges ever brought to Lubbock.
The new Quick Meal Coal Oil Cook Stove has inuadvantatfei of exceptional value over any other. They
are well constructed and of heavier material than otlyrs. Tnt burneireagWrtTTrples an ordinary lamp. Notice
the enamel burner drums, automatic wick stop, the gass oil toAnt.
Let us show you these stoves in operation at our store.
Have always been the standard
of etTicierfcJ'their line. They
are constructed according to
the safety requirements of the
National Board of Fire Under
writers and are as safe to oper
ate as an ordinary lamp.'
NE EVAPORATING RANGES
J .-' I . , '
I ! r c
These ranges are the most
economical cooking devices
made. Your cooking can be
done with so much greater
comfort to yourself and besides
they are an ornament in any
' ill' er7l' 1
Western Windmill Co
DEALERS IN RELIABLE GOODS ONLY."
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