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THE LUBBOCK, LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1922. PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK VOLUME .5X1! No. 44. WEST TEXAS FAIR SECRETARIES HOLD MEETING AT ABILENE MATTERS PERTAINING TO FAIRS DISCUSSED AND THE DATES SET FOR FAIR NEXT FALL Night School for Mexicans Started Last Monday Night by Volunteer Teachers From Lubbock Schools DOMESTIC SCIENCE DEPARTMENT ENTERTAIN C. OF C. HEADS TUES. LUBBOCK'S DATES TO BE OCTOBER 24-28 Pmidenl Klett Syt Hih CUm of Entertainment u the Deaire of th Bowd of Director of the South PUins Fair and Sayt TW Will Work to That End. Judge E. I.. Klett, President of the South Plains Fair Association, and Curtia A. Keen, Secretary of the as sociation want to Abilene Monday, in be in attendance of tho est Tex as Fair Association meeting, where plant for the fu:r in West Ten were ilim uiiml nnd mul". Mr. Keen u s'vrretary a.f the Lub bock Chamber of Cnmmen c. and is a live win- 1t all prograasi unaler takings of J ul boik, at d wo lire sore ha did Km pint in r pr--x nl inir Lub Ixwk in that meeting. Juilgi K ! t hs b-i n on the Plums, a cin-.i-n of l.ublxKK for many years, having held the offu of mun'.y at torney Hliojt twelve vt'in uk , and was thi n, find still is rcra.gnua-d a one of the most sun -etsful and worthy executive of tin sa-rti'.n. lie prendent of the Luhbo. k Cham ber of CiimmiTit djr'ii': Iil9, the year the pnvit.g ront'.'i't for the inrl tit .iibhiM k wni let., und hi UhliniV afforti fur the wui.irc m i bet(er.i. lit of tie ait) of I.ul'bn. k is highly appreciated hy th" people. It m noticeable thnt the lawyer who fought the la gal httl- for the peo file of the Plain when, according to Im l attorney, they "practiced more economy than l:iw," are tniing their nlacc amour the hie nv-n of Went Tria, prov.r.g their mau.il and show ing that tharo big a month men to solve the problem of this coun try revardla's if thaur imincnrit y. Mr. Klcll w,vi unnnimi i.ly a lerted Presid'-nt a.f the Sou'h I'unni I air Association, iii h plan annual furs and whi. h wa made to rmi r almo.t a dozen cnuntie throiph I he effort of aua h ma n a him and sa-rra-tnry Keen. 1 llr, Klett was especially imprrs-d with the manner in which the f ur aaaoriation of the various town and counties are tr'xnar about the work of arranging thair proprrsm that t ha. realty big and worth while en'rit.-iin-ment and amusement companies might fort i ipate in every fair pro gram in Went Ta xa 1 f . nnl the mmt prorpiuiujr feature 'n hi an ot that the rcoplc if AMa-nc a'vl l.ub boa k wa re en oiiriiged t" m.i'se ni dueement to the owner t f the rnro horaea whuh fan ea h year nt the an Ar.ffad fmr t hnrir that attrae. tmn to ttie-e t'lwr., hy K. K. I.owrie, in i hrr'' aif the l."re ra e feat'ira1 i f fre rnn ArtT' l i rair. If r.ne lra never iatfa-nded t'n' (nr at San An !. they miifht nndi'ri" tiniate the hijrm i.f that affair, ai that town i onfurt iraie eomiirh to h of fihe Cli.tr and in what it f ten re'er'ed ti n the "deo'iirM tier tion of Want Tt':i"," but we nure tt.it anyone wh i evar altered- I one of th ie ruin'y fair w !l ad.n.t th.t .'an Arfel. i there in the food when it a-annea to a program of that kind, wriih ha proof in Mr. Isiwrie' la'ateme'it at Abilene, when he aaid Ihey had one hunalr'd and pinrty-one of the finest raa-ehorae In the atata-i at that fair la't year. It take a little money, of eoure, to rt aurh attraetion for a fair, hut in the lorf run there would be no more money inent in that way then would h apent la the other attrae tion whirh would not areata half ao mneh interest. The 8an Arfelo fair ha had race horat attraetion at thn fair a far bark a tha writer ran remember, and it i eay to re ail the eite mrnt and thrill of aeema; thoaae reat and the two-bit rarnival were lonar aya forgotten. That will he the rae of every ern who e thee fina lioeiit in Liibhoak. The only thinf that enabled 8an Anaelo to aeeurt thoee horse w that the owner who wera hippinc them to Mexieo from tha north were jndneed to atop off thra for the fair, and found that the intrrrt created i laeed the pure In aaifh hieh vakaie that they were worth trying for. t every man who ha the Inta-reit of the Suit h I'lain Fair Aoeiation at heart lok at thi proposition fr.nn a enmmon-erii unnreiudia'eal tiind point and If It i d idio that there w'.tild be no harm dona in trying; to raiaa enough money for thia attrae tion, after It witii hold deternu na'ion and heln to make the fair at Lobb"' k another year the motit ntendid rntortainment of it kind in th at ate. TV,? fle date are Oitoher 17th tt IMt inriiive. Pan Anrelo ha dona thi thin?. Abilene mirht do It, and Lubhork can do it, ao let's go. The fair date aa et Monday are: fpt. 1 2-1 l. Haylor and Childre Tounty Fair at. Seymmir and (ihil-dre- Sept. 1 4-1 et. Ronnel County and Ciaa'O Fair, Hnliiner and Cla re ; Oerat. 2I-'2t. Tee Paw an Calar Brown wood and Plekn County Fair at 5pur; Sept. 22.21, Gdorado Fair, Sent. ".'5.30, Wa-t Tax Fair, at bil.-na; Sept. J .1-2 7, Floyd 0 l Fair at Vloydeda; Sept. 2H-.10, Pain-iew F-ir: Sept. ,:9-,ft Ter-y oyiity Fair, Brownfield; Ovt. 6-7 .art- Cvin: F-tr, V et; O-t. 17-11. Souti Clina Fa;r. T.i hek; Oct. 24 M, San XtttAo Fad Fair. 0-l a" rrvat mo"M and rat et r--r, beaiiaa killrnff karmful in-atrua, Now Time to Test Field Seed j For Germination The time of year it at h.and when jail farm eed j-honld be tc 'ed for (fa rniiniation. I'a'rhiap the ui" . lif jfi. utl atol tryinjj part in crowns a arop I thi e,ti.,ii l in a.l.liii.'ii'ur M Ijriiod eland iti the j ri nt p''"1' :,'iT tuna'. Thi diffirult y run be pnatly raaiiliad by kliowinif the Keriioital I in power i f the nerd to be pliillti'd. An expensive way to find out the vui'ol ity of no'il f ,r plant irtr pntpo:,e m often pra. ti. ed by pl.itititu? a'umt twi.e a iniia h ea i M I ni'i (:ii y in oraler to hi- an re and g' t a rooiI itund. Tha n oftinie u pa-ifeet ctiin.l jdoa- not ri'nult, and Iowit a rop yield ire-aiilt. To oblain inaxinium yield a I pa-rfa' t iila rid mut be obtained r.nd I thia aan be bmujrht ab.aiit with err jlainty only through plantinif naacl of I known nermination. It rot Just jnuiih to rtiltivate a arop with a poor Utand a one with a ffood atarid. I'ar 1 1 i.-ti Iwrly bould cotton need, pram j inrhumn, analiill and alfalfa be ta-i-t-er for (Termination and also for tha-ir 'purity. The Hied Laboratory at the !A. M. Colleire, College Station, Ta, nia'e ho' h ajt-rimna! ion ami purity left aif ureal without a harife I f ,r Hereon ala t rinir thM iTii e. A liroaxf handful of the mnaHi-r ed shouM be uffiii"nt, while a pint of) caitton and iargi r in-eii uriojiai ne .-nt. Mark plainly anal a-ive ad'lre jto whom report of reult should be i made. j (i.ioal planl.ng aa-d a'-st money and are wor:h it. Poor -ed I i-x-j pensive at any price. Now is the tune to find out the val-u- aif the sao-d to I he planted thi n-iiion nd to know their ability to irn.w afta-r they are ! planted. j Methodists Raising Funds For Purchase of a Pipe Organ ' The India' of the Methodist churi h hive agreed to cond-lct fin of ';;k". pi'-, doi ghnuts, rooki", and 'cirile era- h Sit'inhy until th hive r'"a-l enoin-h nioiey to pur- 'chf!e a pij'e nrtrnn for that a-h'irch. I . . . 1 ' 1 I. - .u. u , rm u ri:a J will oe inr I I r e a, hi in ne , urila- anil the ladiea will offer a i Kidendid assortment of theaj eat, ,whii-h ran be purchased at a rea sonable priep. Thi male will be held in Mr. F.d. Rohinon' Furni tura tore. If you have occaiwion to ue any of the above mentioned food they will appreciate your or der. The church ha a handome build ing, and a place for the organ wa prepared when tha building wa con structed. Thi organ will he a great deal of help to tha church. LOCAL CLASS IN TF.LFCR APHY HAS EIGHT MEMBERS NOW The cla in telegraphy atarteil by W. II. Ward, manairer of the a. a al Western l'nian Station i making rapid stride in la-arning the secret of that trade, and aa the last meeting there were etirht peroti, all en thusiastic about tha'ir new wank, and interesta-al in ga-tting through the stnalie in the la-ast Kiible time. The cla wa oriranired Friday, January ZOth, and there i onty room f.ir two or more studi'tit in the das. MRS. J. R. FARLEY RE. TURNS TO TENNESSEE Mr. J. B. Farla-y left today for Caaokville, Tennessee, having come here sit month ago with her alaugii ter, I'-a-uln. in an alla-mpt to rrgnm the young ladia health. The d.-i"gh-ter a-ft yeleralay for Kerrville, Tex a, in better health than h ha pp. javl for a lamg time. They were both highly pleased with I.llhbocl; FORD SIGNS CONTRACT FOR LEASING SHOALS Pi-tmi Mi h., Jan. 2.. The run tract covi-ring the nro-wised lae of tha government ele-tri- and water projaa ta at Muscle Shnn!. Ala., wa signed by Henry Frd and returnej i th War Department by one of the Ford engmeira tonight a few hour after it had fren r-eivd. it waa an nounced at tha offica of tha Detroit manufacturer. Mr. E. B. Free and dvghter. Dir-a Ruth, of Plain, era here visiting at tha home of her aunt Mrs. M. F. Ilinton. C VT. Wall was he-a Thindiy trnrn h a farm tail miles north f ShaJlowatar. County S hoad Supt. F.. K. Hufnu and Mr. llishop of that Craminnr Ka hool were thr first two intrua tor to initiate the Mexii an intii the my terie of "Literary Kniphthoaul" I ant Monday niK'it. The weather wii very iiu lenient, and (liaourH(rin(C for the opening, yet 14 bright and enthusiastic fupil were am hund, elevi'it mala1 and three female. Afta-r a (Treat deal of (re tulntinp, maneuvering, ti'itina; and rte. on the part of the teui her, the h'tail wa a rudely Inaiaified. F.ik'ht were placed in the primer, four In the aerond (rr'le, and two in the fifth (Trade. The nupila were uka'd by County Supt. Ilayne wha're they wre born, and thay ra'ported a follow: Five in Texas, fo.ir in Old M xien, four New Mexieo and one in Spain. 5, ii. leri-ni-ii went ra-eitad the first nifcflt 'if the hoi. I, and the t"H' her "Daddy" of Bledsoe Optimistic and Drill Will W. F.. Hli'd"e, a.f Aba rnathv pa" I'd through l.tibbo'k Wednisafay af ternoon en route hoti.i' afti-r a bjl ne trip to Cot ( i y. Mr. Ulailsoe i (he "iladdy" of the aiil well thrit i b- ng drilled at Ab ernathy, and even if ha' did not get oil at the depth he eotiteniplata'd, did not go ha k on the nraiapeet one bit. and i a optimia'ic a in the first alay of the drilling when the bit 'ro k anvill i-howit g' of oil. "I g wuril thi morning that they are va-ry hopeful of ",'riking ga at j any tima-, and I ftill hae ronfida-m r . in the alriller and aol poiKi1.il it i. ; Voil ee we are goit'g to ga-t oil over ; there and thi we!! v ill pro- a good j aine liooner or later," he aaid. Sui-h da-termination i the ara-atori MBS. 7. P. COPP DIFD i THURSDAY AT S O'CLOCK j Mr. . P. Copp, aga- nixty-five years, dia-d here Thursday nnrning at five o'a lock. She is the mother of (!. F. (Oud) Copp, who ra'sida- upl and a ha'f mile southwest of town, v h'-re he ha made ha-r home for the past reveal years. D-iring her stay m I ni l. m k coti ;'y he hit mada- many friends, who r---aret h -r ala-ath, A daugl t'-r, t.-s I.i hi of Lubbiia-k, and two oth-r children, Mr-. J. J. li'-ntly, of Wal'Vi s, Us lahonin, and .1. K. C-ip, a.f (niyma'i, ( ikl.'ihon a, are here to atta -n I tha- fun- Til I, whi- h will be ii ted hy It'-v !..v,i n at the fi. F. C-po home t hi afternoon at thr.e-thlrly. Inta-r-nient m the I.id.boi k a- itii'!' r LOCAL GROCER YMAN TURNED ORD DELIVERY CAR OVER While making abdivi ria s I' li-sday for hts grocery store, W. A. Tcrra l! 1 had ht a nr turn over on Proadway, . m ar the Lubbm k Sanitarium. 1 The rear casing wa-re twisted,1 ta-aring the innertuba-, but no other damairaa wa alone. Mr. Terrell was not hurt. DALHART MAN HELD I IN STREET SHOOTING Dalhaet, Tex, Jan. 21. Charlie Duna-an i held here charged with shooting Jes Stewart Tuesday. Stewart wa shot through the face, the bullet leaving through tha back of hia head and chance of recovery are small. The cause of the shoot ing was nait ditclosed. Texas Utilities Is Now at Work On A Bigger and Better Plant to Replace the One Totally Destroyed by Fire Work on the new Ta-xn I'tiiitia power plant i g -ing on at a p.-d ra'e 'he eonlra- tor, A. .1. Mor- h, of Mop h $ Company, nt Rt. I.oui, artived Saturday with two foremen v'.m started am the wairk immediata-ly. lie li ft Wednesday with everything go ing nicely. The larget and nmrt inoalern m--live equipment in the country will be installed, the rrea-r part a,f whi-h has already been bought. Tha company will make thi plant so much larger than i now needed for this territory that there will be no need of enlarging the plant f -r fen years at the present growth of l.uhlxick, and the development of thia territory, whi-h show that tl.se men are taking aavantaae of this op-x-rtunity to make Lubhork known a a power center. It i announ rd 'hat several town and communities in this e-tinn will receive power throegh this plant, therefore it will "rove a rrt asset to the develop ment of this country ard the conven ience and e-vice of power entiinnent in tha adjoining towns will iterest th-se who will berome interested in the Plains. II. U Allen, the (oral manic, said they wera emiloyina; laxal lakor on tfee plant, and t foreaaea bein te only la ported me oa the ob. line trreutly astoni.-.lied in that thr piinil took hold ho readily. Mm L'll.. .1.. .. Ik. u..hi...l IV,, ipra jn iit and aited in the orpaniza- Ition. The fame of th" promoter and teaeher had fotie abroad by the ea' und nitrbt, a the tudent baidy in areasrd to twenty-five on the tveond nilfbt. All the pupil ar obedient and ubmiHlve to authority and are extrema-ly atixiou to It-urn the En(f lioh lanirwiire. The recitation on the erund night were very atlHfac tory to the teaeher. The work the fiM two niftht wa handicapped on aaeount of liphta, a we only had for illumination Jot one amnll i:na oil liimp. Mia Flli made arrangement 'for plenty of I'.jrht for the raonainaliT of the week. The public i invited !to viit the aahaiol and lend tneour luireinent to thi worthy undertaking. ' !'.. R. Iliiynen, County Supt. Well Is Still Believes That the Strike Oil Very Soon a.f no-re Hu.-ra-Hi-ful un'la-rt iik ing than any o'ber one thing, nnd the people i f Aba ri.athy certainly have a plenty of that da ta-riiiinat ion about thi-m. Mr. Illediaor is jimt a ra-gular citizen with, high iib-al and unf-tteri'd aan-f:(!a-nre, the kind that make good at every opportunity, ami poiaeoaa- lhoe apialitie that mark him well a a p!ainman who know the priie aif a- hia va-ment. lie ha mada; good in the run- hing busine on the X'lnin. and it in not unlikely that heill n uke g-ioal at the oil husines. The wa-ll wa down 3100 feet Wa-J-rn .diy at noam, with good indication the 1, g comparing almont identically wi'h proaluaer the alriller ha had etperia-nce with. LOCAL PF.OPLF. ATTEND SWINE BREEDERS MEETING Mr. and Mr. Fred ILiarner want to llera-foral lnt wat-k ta attend the meeting of Swine Breeder, and ;he .nil- aif the hog They "reti'itie-l via Cluvi., where they planned to spa-tid a night with friindi atid rvlat:ve, but '.ha- next nuriiin (Friday! he wa taken with infi-ia iiJ.'i, and was unnble to start home until Tuesday. The cold, al.unji, dis.'.jr abla- wa-ath r made the trip very hard oil him, hut ha- : able to le Ilia ng.lill. He is one i'f the lug bog raiser a.f he Luhhoi 1. country and ha a h'-r-l of fine otia s on his place Hi"1 of town. J. B. CALLAHAN GETS SEVEN YEARS If PEN J. I!. Callahan wa-. giva rt two ya-tar in the penitentiary for hurglaming a alwalling at Slatam. Also a five year sentence on a charc-a- aif uiault imd attempt to murder. O-ir read er will ra-memtu-r when trie Jan bird attempted to overpower Sheriff llolro'nb and hi wife, and make their esa ape some month ago. Callahan wa one of the three prisoner in the attempted ga-t away. A total of sev--n year were given him in both re. J. B. Pott ws here attending court Wednesday. lie na a line farm eat of town, and i taking a prominent place in agricultural de velopment of West Texas. J. D. Kimhrell, of Idalou, wa here Wednesday. I and thi alone i to be appra-a iata-d I by the people of Lubhork. I The enlarged plant will enable i those people to make more headway I in securing and keeping the busines in other town, and a they alid large amount i f shipping from the other mailer plants they will no d mbt prove strong competitor to other ice plant along the railroads leading aut of Lubbax k. Substantial and cos'ly buil.ling and plant like this one are to play their part in the development" of j Lubbock and thi buiMing project I - lawika-d upon with pride by every In I dividual whose ambitions turn to in creased activity in our city. The Texas ITtilitics company is well known to tha many prne in Lubboak and we are sure that they will do a goid b-isines here a the building and maintenan-e of thia nlant in Lubhork will attra-t tha at tention of many local reoH who will be glad to receive service from them. Ke-nirf the home town Industries rrnwin i the ambition of every ro-r-reiai-e aC'vii anywhere, and as ihi riant will he tha source ff power fer s e-ianr towas in this terriiry it i-ill have many boosts in Lib-- k and those other towra ho fe-1 a Va sens of inters at la ha opera, tioa. LUBBOCK SCHOOL GIRLS WHO LEARN BY DOING MAKES A GOOD IMPRESSION ON THEIR GUESTS THIS DEPARTMENT IN Mr. Rix PreaenU the School With Fine Hoo ier Cabinet in Ap preciation of tb Work That ia Being Done for the Young; Ladies of the Lubbock School. Plainview Kiwanis Club to Foster a Club in Lubbock 11. e Kiwauil luncheon program to day w:i devoted largely to the report i f Y.. H. Millar, district tnita-a, upon the ma-a-ting of Oklahoma and Texan ' rniitct-a in I'alln last week. The niei'ting at I)al!a wa purely a busliies tiu-i-ling ab-alirg with the problem of Kiwariia International a l hay affect the lan-nl club of thi district. From the chief of these problem come the m-wlv adopted aponsnririp plan in which each existing a lub in called upon to aponaor at least two new club in the nnmo vicinity. In compliance with instruction to pro- cea-al in the matter of appointment of, sponsoring committee rreaialent Charley I'ii-ne appointed two com mittee to ponor the establishment of a-lub in Lubboak and Snyder, which cilia- hove unofficially a(kcd for alub. The six Klwanian named will airgnnlz'.' in two committee and each committee m-lect one of the town for a urvey in the very near future. Those appoint'-d were A. K, Boyd. R. A. Cmlcrwood, F.. II. Mil ler, Dr. K. O. Nichola, Will Stockton und 11. C. Ayre. I'lainview lla-rntd. Women's Clubs Are Urging the Payment of Your Poll Tax The women of Lubboak are go ing ti know the ncrc-ity of pay ing their poll tax if the members of the Women's Democratic l.enirue liava' their way. M;.. Molly I). Abeennthy is a-ha;r-man of the l uhhock l.i--il'ue ni d s wurkin,' con (taiitly in ire' tin'? the ladi-.s li'-' -l up, and him- the'ii val'zc that tliri-s is a great part in the comnr.iiiit y wo:k, assuring them that the l-ast mean of v-oi irur tha-ir opin ion in the many un.leitakinirs in I.nb bock, is to have a pt-ivila-g..- to vote at nil a-lection. Mr. Abcrnuthy raid i-he wa not so intarestarl in the wurk until the fact thnt some thing bad to be alone to iat the women aif the county 'o a-.vake fi the-r re,iainsibil:ties in exercising the right to vaite wa realized. Custing u vote on the election aif our officials, bond issues, etc., i a duty, and these women are go ing to have the fact known by every woman in the county before they censa- working. LOCAL MILLINER IN ST. LOUIS TO BUY SPRING MERCHANDISE Mrs. K. H. Bark ham left the first of the week for St. Iouis to study and buy the latest thing for her popular Millinery store. Mis V'eve Furby, of St. Louis, her accomplished trimmer, will return with her. Miss Furby has been three seasons with Mrs. Ilitrkham and her many friend will be ilaal to learn that she will be here again in the next few da vs. Mrs. Harkham will have many beautiful hat creation to show her many customers when she return. HARDWARE CONVENTION ELECTS CANYON MAN Dallas, Ta-xa. Jan. 2.V Snm Cruwther of San Ang"lo wa elea-tral nresblent aif the Ta- as Hardware and Implement Assai iii-n at today's e. slon. Other officials elected were Bert Ileall, aif Creenviile, first vice president; T. C. Thompson it Can yon, secoml vi . president; Ulan-J Smith of Itaanham. third vi-e presi dent, and Avery Dowdl, Ma-Kinnry, John C. llos. Austin, Sam llandVt:, Lancaster, director. TWELVE CARGOES OF FOOD TO RUSSIAN FAMINE ZONE Washington, Jan. ?2. Sin-e the -onaree.sional annropriat ion of $ -000,000 for Itii'iian famine relief wa passeal. tweW" faad ca'goi' enn isi (n of 3 000.000 buhel af kTain have been shipped from this country, Secretary Hoover said today. ll added t'it eighteen mare vessels now are loading. A Canadian ren'ly left Ottawa a 9 000-mile jftun whirh, when eor"letd. will tala him to Punfa reras. tha moe southern cby of S"th Ame.-iea, ititrted on the Stit -f !Ta-s- r.. Uunng h' lonr hike the sralk-r wi" carry only sporting rf. Ha wii' -aa tnroagh many wild re-i "f "outh Aai-tira, inciud !r.g te 'ry waera tha ha4 hunters liva. NEED OF MORE ROOM That the class in Domesti- S ia-n-.a in the Lubbock sa hools are learning; "to do by doing," wu completely and satisfactorily alemamsti a'a d to reprcsentativa-s of the Rotary Club, Jr. and Sr. Chambers af C o.imerce, and the S' hoad Board Tua'dny even ing when W. S. Posey, H. . Duk inson, K. L. noiiglas, J. R. Kix, ltos coe Wilson, A. B. Conley, Supt. M. M. Dupre, and otha-r wt:e enter tained in the aa hool dining pii:!.-r hy the class member and their in; rue tor. Mis Price. Many interesting talks wera- made by the guest ramca-rning the hool work, and the Poma-stir Scicm e a lna wa credited a having a major i art in the da-va-loiima-nt nnd education of I he young la'lii s. . That Mr. K ix wn impressed with the meeting i shown in the fai t that he presented the tins with the beat lloosia-r Kitcha-n Cabinet hi stoak in hi taton-, and axsurcal them that such efitertainma-nt bs that proved that the das command the highest con sideration of the board members and anyone else who realized the import ance of tha-ir work, and could e how splendidly they w-re carrying it on The Domestic Science alar.s in ev ery - hool i always more Interest ing, a a gena-ral rule, than any oth er elfin, and the fat that tha-sa young India- are putting their time n this study, .other than on Latin, which study was sidetracked ta give time for these lesson, i believed by Mr. Kix to bi' a wise move on the part of the school faculty, for he ha the opinion that a gooal deal of knowledge in the work in which the largest percent of the young ladie spend the majority of their time af ter the school days are a thing of tha past i more helpful to them than all the Latin tha-y might learn in a er ic aif ya-ar. The s-hool board is as progressive a bun h of men as ever manned an institution, and their aegre'siveneiia is sun- to he renli.ed bafoie many m-'tit bs. That the sahools nea-d better and l.ii'er h'liMitu", more play grounds and other a-a,-1 i j m .t-nt is b lia-vaol by Mr. !!:: to constitute a In g" part of the proi-rani f-.r aleva loprocn'. "SiKH oiiii' a" tins" of tli" Domestic S i.-ti e i lass id sa-rvo l.i 'ti r h'i tilling end ta'l other a--jio.rn-n! thnt they have," he said. It I -. IP ti a'tibli- 'hat the p-ipit of the present day sahoads are gradual ly r'-tnrninir to n standpoint i f ef fi'icncv and gra-nti-r interest in the work than in the pa' t few ya-arx, when iinn-s'ri 'a-d finn-vial ..ndi ti ns bail ii-op,' a-- eryv t.i re believ ing th.-l' t!l";e wa llttl" Pa e-l of v.-orry ahopi th ir future ib-s'inie, and especially are the boys und girls coming to the front wi:h their work a no other school '-an b iat a.f more prograssive procram for the year'l wairk than thry have outlined. An annual for the school with mor phaitngTaphs, better reading mattr, more pape and wider circulation than in any previous issue is planned and thj publishers are now at work on a part of it, which, when com pleted, will be a credit to the entire sa-hool. The following menu was the cans of much favorable comment on the Tuesalay evening' program hy those who were fortunate enough to par take of the delirious foodr: " Clyster Can-Mail, baked hen, dresa ing, dutrha-s potatoes, pa-a in tim ble, Siparairu salad, iheese ball, a-herry mousse, angel food cake, cof fee noir, salta-d nuts, Neatly printeal and hand-painted a'arfis na-arirr me menu wa-rr piiieaq at the plate. IDALOU FARM I- H MS HOC, AT BREEDERS Mf F.T1NG Amop the thirty-four fina- hotr that were sold nt the Ann-.ml sal" of West Ta-xa Breeali'M, at llerfo'd, Wednesalay aif lat wea-k, an Mnloa farmer had one of who h u'l of Lud- bairk count V colllal be proud. He exhibited Oolda-n Miv Path finaler, a Dnrne-Je r--y, and the an imal was sol-l for ftlii. We are all pro'nl a.f Mr. U-v' interest- in bis herd a.f swin and it is gratifying to note that the hog rsi ing bnine on the plain" is rapidly e'-mirg to the fron. with nen like Mr. Kais snaring nei-her mona-y or time in tla'velimir g the-r to k into the be-;t spe-imen pai"ibb-. ROARING SPRINGS PASTOR HERE WITH SICK CHILD P.nv. W. C. Hart and wife arrived at Lubbock Wednesday from their home at Ii'armg Srinr, in MotVf county, with their littlo alauirh'.er, R-'h, for an examinatiin. and pos sibly an operation at a Lical sanitar ium. Rev. Hart is "aa'oe of tha Ma-th-odist ehuech at Riaring Springs and tha famiiy is well known in Wt Tevas, and have many friends who will regret tha illness f the Iittia ru-L J Ta point ef money value enf-t is UU kinf of Aasencaa f -s f re : r.