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F010DIPG A STREAM
Is usually a risky business.
One should be careful of the
quicksands.
Getting your house,
paperedis vrisky-
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io tne worKancriise
for the job that will
the test.
We do the work and would be
pleased to sell you the paint.
BOTH are guaranteed.
NELSON & HUFSTEDLER.
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LUBBOCK,
TEXAS
I hare bo soMn to rip. They vever
become loan and baggy, aa til
shape lknlt In, not pressed In. The;
! are Guaranteed for fineness, (or style,
' fur superiority of material and Ivork
mansliJp, absolutely stalnleaa and to
wnur tlx months without holes, or a
i new pair fre.
I Don't delay, tend in your order be
fore offer expiree. Give correct size
WEAR-EVER HOSIERY COMPANY,
Dayton, Ohio
TWICE TOLD PARAGRAPHS
DIRECTORY
CROSBYTON
IMPORTANT TO TEACHERS
SPECIAL HOSIERY OFFER
Guaranteed Wear-Ever Hoelery For
Men And Women tJadiee' Spe
cial Offer
for 'Limited Time Only
Six pairs of our fliifct !!3c valuo la
dies' guaranteed hose, in black or tan
colore, wit li written guarantee, for
,J T."' anil 5 attfHyi for po-tage,
Special Offer for Men
; For a limited tino only, six pairs
J of our Uncut 5",c falun Guaranteed
I Hoee, with written V'iar:intHe, and a
I pair of oar well Irtiovtn Men'l Para
j diae Carter, fur One Dollar, and 5
I dtaiti ps for postage.
I You know these hoe; they stood
, the toat when all others falVd. They
i Rave real KfXlT COM KOItT. They
: To tlio Teachers of Lubbock and At-
; Inched Counties:
Your iittotil on tit called to the? fact
I tli ut tlit) regular exuiiilnnthui for
teacher' crlflcalin will be lipid. In
! Lubhork. l.iihlux k county, Texan, on
the first Friday aid Hatiiiduy aid
Thursday ri piling in Juiip. This
examination Is for loth xlute and
county teitlflcaies.
Th following schedule will bp ad
hered to In till examinations:
Thursday Forenoon
j History of Education, Physics, Solid
Geometry, KiikUhIi Literature.
Thureday Afternoon
rjrho(iBy, ( heiiiint' y. Bookkeeping,
I'latiH Trigonometry
Friday Forenoon
Phirul lieography, Physiology,
Compo tion, Atitliinetlr
Friday Afternoon
Texas HlMoiy, (Irnmmnr, Descriptive
(!eurup'iy, Plane (Ii min lry
Saturday Forenoon
'pp'lUi.', Wit Inp, M'th'Nlg a-d M n
ngciiicnt. Civ Irs. Rending.
Saturday Afternoon
l iilted State H 'story, tlencnil HIh
tory, April lilt lire, Algebra.
K. It. II AY NTS.
Kx officio County Supi.
The best ,frijr straight celar
pouts ever solrf f?TTt'lM k, at W. '.
I to win, in Lumber Company. (IT'fl
t'rosbyton flevlew:
Avernging more than half a bain
of cot I on each, year since he has
boen In the county, and with corn,
nial.o, wheat and other crops yield
ing Hatlhf.ictonly, nnd with bin farm
product lat year worth about It,-
(Mfl, Ih the experience of Mr 8. K.
Htockton, living four mile south
east of f roabyti u. Mr. Stockton
caino to t mliy county five year
ago and inadtt got d crops eveiy year,
and he thinks there la no hotter
country for a fanner, lie told the
j Met lew he had lived in several sec-
tlolm if the I'nlted State, hut never
found any place he could make
I much money at farming a ho I
making here.
At a meeting of the Hi aril of Trus
tee of tlm rrohbyton High school,
tt.itcher for the next eitnn of the
school Mere appointed, a follow:
J. K. lleiiilerHon, .Mixs Jemle Yolk.
Mlh Mary Kniikln, .Myrtle Terrell.
J. II. It mi K in huh aptoiii!cd to fill
the unexpired term of A. I- Klllaon.
resUnl. a a ineinber of the Hoard
of Triifctiw.
Sep smith returned this week from
tli Kort Worth market, where he
had been with hoax: he took two
cars of hcg Mid topped the mar
Uet, britiKin from $".4i to $i..'n; ( n
I'tir yielillng $l.ne; he nl to mild I'i'i
j fine steTt a hort time ago to eiit il
: advantage, and he limy generally be
.countiil mi to have some utock that,
i v I J ( rill;; hlg prices Me la one of
the froaliy cou'ity stiM-kmen ho la
giving fr-iient HIiiKtration of prd
It to be derived from terming and
Mock raising in thi Immediate n c
tlon.
ti-en of the Pot City whool held a
meeting md comj lttid the faculty -f
the school for the I9H-15 torm. Fol
lowing is a lint of the teachers ap
pointed; I'rof. UriM-nflelil, auiwrin
tondeut; .Miime TomAie Chick. Am
mle McLarry. Jeiwie Letcher. Salllu
Wliitehointe, Deveiia Klkins, Wlnnlrt
Colo and liert Wilson.
Kev. J. W. Hunt came up from
Snyder '.ant week, to preach the com
mencement sermon at the graduating
exercl of the I'ost City li'gh
Kchool, hut the rontlnual fall of ruin
ic'ul) the i-erv ice impoHi.ihle, and he
returned on the evening train. Ir.
limit i an aMe and coiie-raipl lutn-Ittt-r,
and has done great good ill
Western Texna.
PLAIN8
Yakuiu County Ne-
I'htlii now has the beet mull nerr
1" e e have ever known for an In
land town. The mail from Lubbock
ariie eich i.'v as early a It",
CHURCHES
Church notlcea of every denomina
tion will be run in this column, free,
aa standing announcements only.
Baptist Church
Sunday Kittle Sbool. 9:45 a. m.t
K. L Klett, Superintend nt- Preach
Ing, 11:00 a. uu. and H:00 p. m., L.
T. Grtimhles, I'UBtor. Sunbeam Hand,
2:30 p. m., Mrs. It. 11 llaya-ti, Ki
rwlor. I'rayer meeting. We-im-sday,
:"0 p. m. U. W. M. W., Monday,
p. m., Mrs. Grumble, Pribidauu
First Presbyterian Church
Preaching by the pa-tor on erery
Hunday In eaih month, except the
second Sunday, at 1 1 : 0 a. ni. and
8 .'IO p. in. Sabbath School every
Sabbath at :4i a. ns-S. C. Wilson
S. S. 8upt ; J. I. Word. Ta.tor.
Methodist Church
Reaching every Sunday at 11:00 a.
ni , and evening at S:"1' p. tn Sun
day Scb.ail at J : 4". a. tn. every Sunday.
!l'rjer meeting and Sunday tkhool
j Worker' mu ting etery Wednesday
, evntnng, at :". Evefyt ixly It cor-
p. in., and that on the other two.dlally Invited to attend each Service,
routes are alwsvs on time. We tl"P -grangers r" urn. io coine aau gei
,, , . , , .. . I acquainted. Rev. W. M Ijiiip, Pas-
Lhat prompt arrivals on the Luhboi k ; ,(,. Ja, , s
route Mill be t.ept up after the new
Atty. J. W. ptirton, of CroHhvtt.n.
was here the firxt of tlie week, at
tending the Luhhock County IMxtrtd
Court.
SLATON
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THIRTY-FIVE
REASONS WHY
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I The Slatoil cluil far the :1t
term rloHpd last Thursday night with
an eiitertaliiment by the advanced
grades. The term Juat clueed ha
been a very iircnHful one. and Hie
advancement of the pupil has been
marked. The intlre faculty was re
jected for tiie next term, with the
exception of prof. H. M. Faulkner,
who was not an applicant to mu
neeai blmvelf as superintendent. Prof.
N. A. Terrnll. of Hlaekell.. Texas.
el ted sutler ntendent. The p-r
onel of the faculty for the next
year conMMs of. besides Mr. Terrell:
Mlse Halite !W kerman. High cliool.
Mli Myrtle HobertMin, seventh: Mrs
Maiid Wallac, Interetnedlatw; Mtsa
I'Yankie Vermillion. lntertnelate;
Q I Mixs l"erl Ihintcomb. primary.
A. G. Cox old bl interest In th
A Coal Co. to A. K
i infractors take h"hl of the line.
H'-v. . L. Moore, of It'g Sprlig.
mill aHll Kev. S. It
lug a protracted meeting
embrace the firt and t.e, ',nd Sun
days In Aug'iHt. t he priif tiltig will
be doue by Itev. Moore, who Is one
of the a'dent pieacher tit the North
W"Ht Tex:t ( tintereme, and I a re-
vlvallnt of atatowlde releitiltioti.
! paitcr of lh Methudlxt i:pli
ihurih. South, at Hlg Spring. Sec
retary of the North ext Texas Con
ference end (etcher of theology iu
the Soiihes'ern Cnlveptlty at
C.eorgelown.
Mhis. MertJtt and YoiingbhNMl
etarted to Ahernathy the first of ttip
e,k with a herd ot ' cstti. that
tbev had wild to Northern parties.
Will Helcber hroUKht In 7"." yar
ling t-er Thurday fr-m Tahokj.
nhich will run on ha paxt'ire until
next r1tig.
William Welibor, son of J. S. Welt
Iter, of SltBo, I now carrying the
Plains Sllgo mall for W. 11. Ilxg ie. '
William Is a most r'taln and
nrthy youth, and we may expe-t
prompt servlc" hlle be Is driver
on that 'in.
Cumberland Church
Services on the flrxt and third Bun
co In conduct jdays, as fo.Ttsa: Prearhli g at l!:i)0
in PlaitiH, a- ln-. a 'ni p. in. nuita.iy cn:xii
each snno.iy at :n:oo a. m. rrnyer
meeting Wednesdny nlht. at $.00
ociock.G. (j. Mubtert, l"ator.
Naiarene Church
PT'a.hing every Sunday at 11:00
He' o'clock a. m, and at 4 1 o'clock,
pal p. m. Sunday Hi honl each Sunday
at io:'o a ni I'rnyir services eaco
Sunday, at Z:( p. m. The pnhllo
Is cor-V.ally nvltd to rsch of the
servlc s. T- C KA!0.', Pastor.
Church of Christ
j Hlble c.ass every unuay at 10:94
: a. m. ( oinmtini n service at 1 1 :K
a m. prenrhlng eeond Sunday at
':' p m: and third S'luday at 11:00
la. m. . and o p. m.. by K'der Lltf
i Sanders. All art. cordial y Invited.
PALLS
"EBCO FLINT-STEEL" axle. Less friction, lighter draft, less oil.
against breakaife upder AM (JONlJiriONS.
37-inch ShelcLxi srfin. with French heads. French points, oval nuta, sawed and
grooved learef, ur leaf front and rear, 27 inches longr.
12-inch WcdLpf rought fifth wheel
Oval axle clfer and one piece MaWle clip. Nfts srround smooth.
Curvfd branch brace onaffle reach arfffrs with full lenirth cheek plac extending
to fiflh wheel.
Hicltrv srear woo, steamed and bartl, axle caps cemented.
Highest grade hiclory wheels, wifJToval back hubs, made by America'a best makers.
Coach 4ff9t plateb andorluiraMd tire bolts, bolted near sewke.
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Select; hickery high
noiselessvCagietree
3r-inchhaft teathen, hjafn
Yellow poplar Dlugleqsbodi
OverlappingrVat ruers. w
boards.
17-inchrNo. Ltodded dash
lrvounce Warl
Hair facedushl
pattern shafts with indestmctible shaft irons.
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and ()
trBDS. ainirl4tre rtrnmed. ooonn aincletreo '
seats, with No. lalfti frames. 1 1
adgroved out oLat.ll. oval atop bar, round edge bottom )
on auto seau4-inch solid foot on resrular bueiry seats.
cloth or At. B. leather tnaimiiig.
s and Mcks.
Tops 5(Wnches loag with non-fadinr, atf-wool head linings.
Block style of stdping gears and whadla. Very handsome and attractive.
High toe rail, ovalpattern.
liablead system ofipajntingon gears, usinpafthe finest and most elastic colors.
coats are applied
High grad-relvet
Special M.BDathe
ming. I
15 springs in fuzzy ci
18 in surreycushioo;
Four roll-jfp straps.
a 21 Ulock style ofirlpiig.
J oU-inch sest regit r orf
inch body; 32-incJeat reg
ain r on ZLfnch fwt.
Bolted spring bars.!
Shifting rails to conform to
seat lines and fit closely.
9-inch steps.
Melodeon cloth storm aprcn.
He-in forced side curtains.
Deep quarters and 1-piece
back stays.
Oval curtain light
Ilixi v loops, lapping under
rub iron.
Ideal Top -locks down
hicks up-safe, convenient.
Fii'inaSJ. Q. S. couplers.
by fibbing tM
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Amsnllo Katur.hty. Mr. Cox made
large number of friends In Hlaton
during bis stay here, end all regret
his decision to retire from the Arm
. W. Cwtnn moved to Wilson, Ok
lahoma, Wednesday with his well
drill, to operate In the oil fields. He
wants the SJatonlte, so aa to keep
posted on this city, and says he ma
return aa noon a the well drillln
at New WIImw ta over. At present
all well drill there have all they
ran possibly handle.
'Miss Frankie Vermillion went to
Wichita falls. M.tody la response
ta a telegram announcing the) death
of her aimer s husband at that
place, which was due to accident.
Mis VermiUtoa will be aocompsjited
by her Bister when aha returns.
The Rooerteoa IrrlgsUom well,
suited sooth of Siatoa Wed need ay
Is sow dowa so feet. Th first tes
ta of water was tapped at a depth of
49 feet. Work has sera alow on ac
count of delays la getting th drill
point sharpened.
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IIAIimVAKK and FUUNirUKE."
Borden C'ltlrea:
The rlonda were Mala opeeed aatd)
Borden county reevdred oam of th
finest raJos of the season. A (sod
raia fell her last Thursday sad ron
tiaued through the nigtu sad FrttUy.
and lbs eLher ha resnalaed cloudy
and fnlty all the week.
Th Gail scnool eiueod Friday. It
was on of th heat schools Onll has
ever had and th lrchrr are to be
complimented opoa th wxirk they
have don.
fOST CITV
Ihrnt City 101
Mr. and Mr. J. E. Htoke. of Tah
ka. liwesed throu4h Pot City. Mtv
l.t. .kl. In tlIUa
j lt wtek. following the ralxa that
LJ i fell few days before, auother rain
f 1 tani on Frday. and acsia on Slir
Q 1st ntalu gotMl r.lus fell Ibis eeek
r-y i rat.' s have been bountiful aJI over
J f ! th plain, and at lfr(ud. th fas
th hetei r known. Th
PI j iHililittiiid triu as aver iwe hows
( ) late Tueedey eveaiag. u ' air mat tf
f y soft track t.Mweea Amsililo sad l.u't
I kjhta'k. IJra la grow lag sn faet y"
. '!sJ'l a II. at4 ahlie (nur ih
J i ! g Milt lUuir aVtds, yet evaryuuly
t ) 1 IS kSMtf. !
Rail Manner:
S. I. rhtwnton. an old settler of
Croeby county snd fr.n of Kla'do's
very bet clttrens, wss In to ee u
Wednesday. He says he hss hern
living In Crosby a long time. a. id
nevT hernfe saw prmiie-t Pir s
bum per i mp so good.
I-Siirs May. the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cletulennen, fell
downstairs st home last Monday
i South Sid Christian Church
j There alii he reg-iUr service at
I th. South Sid Christian Church la
: Lubbock, each Sunday, at 11:00 a. n.
f"V. 1 , F" a. " . aw W. Ml. , .'"1
Lords Pay In each month. Th pub
lic generally are Invited to attend all
the services J E. Cha, Pastor.
Political
Cntigreanmm 16th Dtntrl' t W. R.
Smith. Waxhingtou, It. C.
Sta'e Senator tV. A. Johason,,
Memphis. Txss
Kepreoentatlre !J2nd District T.
M. hartley, Tahoka. Texas.
District Court
Convenes id May and Nvembr of
each year, st weeks term; W. ft.
Sponrar. Lubbotik, lexa. Judge TZui
Jadl'-iaJ Ihstrict; o. A Ixtcfthart.
Tahoka. Texaa.Atttoraey TJnd Judlr
rtlil I'littrM-t.
County Court
Resa'ar terms, February. Apr" I,
Ausust sad November. Crttnlnal dock
et taken . flrtit Monday ta eaek
fracturing her left arm In two pi ice. ! 7,.""'- rr; " ayn-. t ointy J.dge.
. .u i-loha V. Mrtle. County Attorney.
Just Court
She wss brought to Balls and the'
broken hmb waa art by Ir. Preeiey.
and at th's tlm (Thndsy) she I
doing nicety.
ft. ft. Trsrt and family returned
this week fnw t'anyia City, wher
they had been s trading lha row
mencement eirreUe at th Plat
NormaL His daughter. Miss Pearl,
and niece, Mlaa Omi le. being of
the graduating class: and that the
young ladle acquitted themfceive
splendidly wlli reedlly be seen when
wa at at that they graduated with
the highest rUa honors, both rere.v
Ing perman'Bt teecher s reritfamlew.
R. ft. while Uier. had lb ptaMure
of getting acquainted with the entire
faculty, which ha consider among
th tmst body of educator la th
South. II also auted that plan are
uader way to tbutd lb col l eg
building a aoon a possible, at It wUI
b rwatem bored th building were
destroyed by Sre lev era week ago.
HAPSNIS
BrowaUeld Herad
Kd Spear secured th ooatraet fori
th sew mall rout from Toalo to
Harrta. at a ealary of 'U.n per an
Bum, . Th present lin frem Oomn
will be discontinued after July 1. and
then ih mall will leaf Harris daily
at IS: meat th Lubbock msB at
Toklo and retura to llarrla In th af
ternooa.
I leva and Bob thaw, of Lubbock.
ram down to th Mall In tb lat
ter a car, last Tuesday. While there,
ltv got a hot s and rod over tn
'lain aud other places. We udr-
eland they were buying up hid.
J. W. iiiather. Nick Heal and e..a
left for laibbork last Thursday. Mr.
teal waa moving bis young mme
back to Lubbock county.
Mt th first Saturday la each
month. J. D. Caldwell, Jasttc f
tb Pat.
Cmmieer Cet
Regular term Kebrwary, May. Oe
tnbr aad leeember Special meet
ings every second Moaday.
Cunt OW
rouaty Judge K ft. Hayae.
Coeniy Attoraey John ft. MVfa.
Sbrllf aad Tat Collector W. ft.
Urn.
Deputy BheriS W. af. Rosa.
Cottaty aad I Met r let Clark J. A.
Wilson.
Iteraty lrk-T. r. Stebba.
Tsa Asseaanr It K. Porter.
Crmty Tretusrer ft. H. Wllso,
County Surveyor- H. O. Calan.
Cauety Ceimlatnr:
PreeiBct : 1 W ft. Pnner.
Preetoct No. J O A. Joplla.
P nsciact N. I U O. Borford.
Precinct N J. ht. Wright
Juettoe f th awsee:
rrerlart No. I J. a CaldwstL
PrecUct N. 4. F. Loemia.
C'ty Ornehxr:
Mayor Prsnfe K. Weloc,k.
thwratary TimmrW M. M.
City Marshal C. t rry.
AldertaeB fUMgH Martin. W. K.
Dteklasna. W., A. flaeon. U B.
Wrtgbi. ,W. B. Atkiaa,
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Seheet
Lubhork Independent School IMel:
Presldeat W f. flphenck. .
Secy y W g. Power.
tHher Memtera of th fV ard J T.
Ilutchlneon. A. N. I. wis, r B.
Crsut, K. t arter aad J. A. Wiasow.
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