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TTTrTn n r LUBBOCK, LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1922. PUBLISHED TWICE A WEfX VOLUME XXII No. 47. Sam Cates Is Now Confined in the Lubbock County Jail After Being Arrested in California Last Week LUBBOCK NOW HAS A POPULATION OF NEARLY SIX THOUSAND FOLKS DISTRICT BASKET BALL CHAMPION SHIP WON BY THEEHMA TEAM SAT. ENTHUSIASTIC REPRESENTATIVES FROM MOST EVERY TOWN IN THE DISTRICT HIGHLY ENTERTAINED EMMA FIVE WON CUP AFTER HARD FIGHTS Hardest Fight of the Games Made When Pleasant prUed Everybody With RI Kick When Fre ed the Fait Team. Clone Guarding Marked Good Player. Possibly the mo.t enthusiastic erowd of .port-Iover. that ha. been in Lubbock during the I art ye""; Ambled on the local '-VuKhk Saturday to wtttes. the LubbocK I "strict University Inter.chola.i S2ar ka-krtball final, played, Phe sixteen rountie. In the league were represented by 'earn of fur .-own-tie. that team having eliminated te 'other team, in their rown. and were here to contest for the district rhampHinHhip. The firt 1 ri,'"y.., 'VPI?,nf wa. between Kmma and Plainview, which wa. forethought to heenme the rlos-st contest of the season, .nd none wa. disappointed in that predi.ti.-n, Emma five were on .their toe. from the beginning, holding a" Impregnable line of the Pl.inview five at their every ."tempt to reach the goal, wh ok waa keenly and frantically battled wTth. and brake in the al-rtnea. of the Km ma team In .hout the f,r,t quarter enabled Pla.nview to rallv, w"h a eerie, of neatly made goal pitches tieing the wore nine teen to nineteen at the ending of the firt half. .... .11 The Pmma five were rot at all checked at the immed.a'e run-up of wore whi.h tied the f.r.t harf. holder attempt to Mock ,h. nnnnaine- team in their every ' every marked 1 attempt to gain, whf n wa. l. . 1... .....ril,l.lv perfect teamrk which the Lmma five have , well learned, and which proved .ewlutrly reliable on thi. ocas ion Free goal, and an attempt or two by the Pl.tnview team to rally marked the beginning of the Let half, with more than one quar ter of the last half being consumed by Kmma team fumbling the bail over the field with once in a "ng time a little interference by I lain eiew player, hut withou- re. If. e the Kmma guard, were al-v.y nn the lookout and los.-l the hull U ."d fro to their f-l.ow t-aoi. ,..e, . " ' ;"',V- .cn- . ....i.iH,n the 1 ia nvie- 1 1 ,B1 innn, - ' k..l,l!.r,. heme made for c at forty .even, n;ir ,. ten le cunt., the last r minate. of the game heirg stent in l.mma making a j-ke f.f their opponents 1 .,lh narfert teamwork. keeping the ball away from bothlsixiy ol, marking time with the pre-1 rl.U.n of an old town clock. Needle'. . .u. . d annrecliit cit c V 1 II who saw It. the alerns of the, two tram, being the subje t of all 1 the commrntont. I'Wnnview has. aomethirg to be proud cf in that, basketball team, for any f.ve whoj ran at all cope wi'h the .-vifnes. nd accur'ene of the Firr.a five; must know sonirthmg about the game. Lamc.e and Pleasant Vnlley fW, . j offered the next forty runuiea en-1 tertainment (the game. Peing piny tertainment (tile game, ornin poij-(,,, e, in twenty minute h.lve.i, but the 1- a ... Ki.th tarlls ffllH oiuriible. with good gal pitcnmg Mving the situation, marking the player, of the first class. The firet half wa. run tie k nd n k. with the .core standing with Lame. lead ing with twenty-two to eighteen. I'leaaant Valley placed her best player, on the field through the last half, and rallied, winning the game with the wore .landing at forty two to thirty-nine, and met the tm ma five in the championship con te.t proper Saturday mornuirf. Saturday morning at ten o'clock better crowd man n "i'""' attended the final game between Kinma and Tleasant Valley team., the concen.u. of opinion being that these two team, were iif unmn1.11. ..1 . ih Pleasant Valley Utinena etl. al me rieesani am- nine on Friday haj been .0 slow r. ... ... . u . Vuii..t,itw hi.il nothing to come in with, which was! proven absolutely Incorrect and un-l reliable v.hen tbe Kmma team start-; rd their run for a landslide of goais ; Saturday morning, for never on the; . T k.. iniiiiu!!!. 1 r . r . .. i . . . - ...... Itwttl court bt-rore nu. su n .Plenum . gnarilitig ben shown as they di : played. The Kmma f've are fat numbi-r. and are hard to cope with, I but the fact that at the end of the first half the score stood eight and 1 eight show, that they were not so free to put ine oiu 01111 over inn loop as they had beer, on Friday with the rlainvicw five, whi.h a comparison with the first half of the riainview-F.iniii gimea will t-how, but the first goal in the last half wa. made by Emma, and a lend wa. kept until tho tnd of the gamu when the score stood seventeen to twelve In favor of the Kmma team. The entire (ity of Rail, and the county of Crosby have something to be proud of in the Emma team, and here we must aNo say that the peo ple of Pleasant Valley mut keep in mind that their team proved the best and fastest opponent, of the two tram, the Emma bunch met nn Ihis occssion, according to one of it. leading player.. Professor Dupre, superintendent of the Lubbotk School, presented the winning team their well won silver euo, which will bear the name, of the participant, in the Emma Uam, u4 UU on which the cup Sur- waa won. Lubbock having won the cup Inst year. The large rrown. irom tne ntner town, in the district came out with . good attendance, .bowing their in terest in the respective ten in., and we are in hope, they will realize thiit the entire citizenship "f Lub bock wu. rpecially glad to wel come them on thi. occa-sion. The other contests in the t nivcrs Ity Inter hont ic League of the Lubbock Oistrict are to he held in Lubbock on April nth. and 14th., and we wish to remind tho.e who iniirbt become interested in the.e event, that the name men who par ticipated in the.e basketball games will be here with their fellow hool ma'es in contests to preve athleticl and .rholarly anperlorlty. The.e men have demonstrated what they ran do in . .killful physical conte.t and their ability to he leader, and winner, will be tried in the other event., and we believe there i no one but who can be entertained in many or all of theiie content.. Your presence will prove your interest in .chool work or your absence will prove your indifference to the prog re., of the pre.ent. dnv s udciits, therefore be ure you make the pro per accoun', of y.mrsclf on tne-e d"?" . , I m .1 hoo.t m s meeiinir ami me fiain.. TO FIIIID NFW BRIDCF. A T COLORADO CITY SOON Colorado, Texas, Jan. 31.--S"ite and Federal aid for the construe lion of a con rete viaduct across the Colorado River In the western city limit, has been granted, .ceo'd ing to inform. te n received by Coun ty Judge .1. C. Hall from J. Wind mv, engineer representing the Sta'e Murhway Commission at Au'in. The proposed viaduct will be ao provinialely .'toil feet in l.-nirth and will rrnss the river on the r ue of 'the Rankhea.l Highway. I'lam. also are being made for conipn" ri t a g.o in tbe highway west of 1 nlo rado. onstruction work on the viad id is 10 be commenced within the ncit days. DIF.D Mrs. France. Wright died at the home of her daughter, Mr.. W. II. Jl.nson here Thursday evening. De. ceased leave, three rlnldr n in Lub bock, Mrs. Ilins., n. Mrs. W. II. Mca dor and H. F. Wright, who have many friend, to join ihetn in regret, ting this great los.. Mrs. Wright hail reached the aire of eighty-one years, eleven month, and twenty five days. Remain, were .hipped . -e 11 ; u .-.leinonis, lexas, in.111 nif iw j )Hrri Krulay morning and inter- ' uu in f hit i-emeterv there. Mr.. Ilinson "went attend the funeral. to Memphis to 3. L Miller, brother of the well known local groeeryman, II. E. Mil ler, ha. been in Lubbock the past two months, coming here from St. Augustine, Texas, .nd last week made arrangement, to sell the goods of the Panhandle Cigar Comnany to Lubbock customer.. Mr. Miller is a good mixer, and able salesman and the people of Lubbock are fortunate to have him make his homo here, for he will prove a booster for ev erything for the good of Lubbock. Hamilton Sheppard, Mica Foster, Mrs. K. A. Log-in and sons, Arinon n.l f'lifif'li.K Ami 1.11. White, were .. . 1 V 1 : V 11 here Saturday from LiUlcf ichl. - - - . I ei . an oofisi wn- i" ""b n" 'iini. delivery, oni Trie .-m-thi i-i. let l.nbbock become the Olympia of nn Avalanche reporter that the con- . m . ' . ..... lilil Commissioner of Agriculture, George B. Terrell Requests Farmers to Keep . Lost ot Producing Lotton and Report I To the Cotton Grower, of Texas: j The Inst two cotton crop have Isold below the ctmt of production. I No business enterprise run stand , when forced to sell it. product, for ! less than cod. Farming i. tho big j post business enterprise In th. State. It is a sure business baro- meter, measuring thu success or filur of all other businew enter prises. It should bo placed on a sound business basis, and to do thi. it is neceisary to find th average cost of production, ao that money crop especially cotton, may he sold upon ro.t, plus basis, aa the products of all manufacturing plant, are sold I want two or thre. thousand farm er, to keep the cost of producing cotton thi. season, a. they did last year, .nd report to me upon blanks to be furnished by thi. Department Enter every item of cost upon a day hook, from tha time the break ing of land begin until the cotton Sheriff Holconibi accompanied by Nrite Mitchell, sheriff of Crosby county, left l.nbbock Saturday, Jan uary H, for Au'tin, where they re ceived proper paper, for the return of Sam f ates, who broke Jail in Lubbock. Friday, September 80, 1921, with ilughlvtt .Smith which case ia well known to Lubbock peo ple. The officer, received their paper, at Austin Sunday morning and left immediately for San Antonio, where they caught a Southern Pacific train for F.I Paso, then on to Kiver.ide, California, where officer had Catea in jail. Reaching that place Tues day evening at H:0( o'clock, and went directly to the jail where they found that the officer, had the right man. Amcng the first thing, they In quired into in their first conversa tion with f'11'e. wn the manner by which he had gotten out of the Jail in l.nbbock, ml he confessed before Sheriffs' lloleomb, Mitchell and the sheriff of Kiver.ide county, Cali fornia, and Deputy Sheriff Bout wright who captured him, that he and Smith worked out a plan for turning the combination on the jail with a belt nmde of .trip, of their cot, opening the other door, and lock, with a mechanical device con structed of the lumber in the cot, u.ing a. a guide to direct their work on one of the tap. they had to take off a small looking gla which wa. fastened to . long cot rail. The wrench thev constructed of two pieces of the cot, making a V shape I ; .. -........ nf it fwinn.liti!? th lull off after several tedium attempt., and when they finally reached the top of the Jail and the open wind ow., made a ladder of what sheet ing and other cloth they had in their cell and swung to the ground. Much' interest has been shown in .1 . I, L ... .1... uL..u:ff reion irom aie. 001 miv different to ine pian 11 was 'nooicm they had used to get out of the cell, I a. some of the instruments, ini-lud-1 ing a small s'eol bar Hbotit the size! 1 of a pencil which they used in some, manner, was left in the cell, to- j gether with part, of the cot. . Cates and Smith parted at Lub- j I bock and have not heard or seen ' anything of each other to this time. ( te. made hi. way to Seminole by : night, taking two night, and a part j I of the third morning to reach that I ! place, and caught a mailhack to ' i Midland. While on be mnilbnck Cates sold hi. WMtch to tbe driver ' for enough to pay his fare to El j Push, and claims that when he step : ped from the train there he passed ! by three policemen who failed to be ! attracted by his presence, and he , made hi. way into Mexico unmolct- , ed. F'roin there we have nn further ' : report on hi. rounds until his ar rivul at Indio, California, where be I worked three months in the F. J I Tebo restaurant, where he made many friends. It is said that he I 'told an intimate friend of his being' I wanted in Teta. for forgery, who I ; told another friend, anil the new. j i finally reached the deputy sheriff,! who recalled that be hail received a I card from Holconih, of Lubbock, and I a. the card had been misplaced he j wired Holeoitib and received instruc. ' tiona to arrest and hold Chics until hi. arrival. Cates was arrcMcd, and 1 locked that night in tbe Culiboone at I Initio, and carried to the Riverside jail the following morning, where j he wns interviewed by a Reverside j Review reporter and stated that he I had been an attorney in Tea for live years, ami nau aincti 111s mw partner, Judge Burton, a full ac count of which wa. published in the Sunday' issue of the Review, together with the untruthful report that he had become tired of dodging the law and had given up to deputy Boatwright. The following Wed nesday', issue of the Review pub lished another account of the ac count, giving an account of Sher iffa' Holcomh and Mitchell, and dep uty sheriff Boatwright'. ntntemePi concerning the prisoner. The ar ticle is ouite lengthy, and headed: "Biggest Liar from Texas Asserted" with ub-heiid: "Lone Star State Sheriff 1. Emphatic about Sam W. I. laid by. These item, must in clude cleaninp up the land, break ing, harrowing, bedding, plantiry, chopping, hoeing and cultivating at current wagv. paid in other linen of work, and must imlude soil de preciation, taxes and interest on the investment. I will furnish blank form, upon application, to be flilcd out, and re turn to thi. offi.e when the irop is laid by. In order to be aid. to price the crop w mu.t know the cost of pro duction, and in order to sell for the cost of production atid a profit, the farmer, must make the farm, self supporting and make the rottna . surplu. crop, and be able to enforce the demand for a cost plu. price. I hope to have co-operation of other states in this matter. Raise less cotton, and more te eat' George B. Terrell. CoBuniasioaef. Cutes." The following i. an ex tract from tho article, showing Boat wrii'ht's attitude toward Catea: "lieptity Sheriff John Bontwright hold, a grudge against Cute, be cause of hi. statement that he "turn ed himself over to the authorities." According to Boatwright, Cate. wa. cutting bread in an Indio restaurant when the arrest waa made. The of ficer, followed by another deputy, stepped up behind Cntes and order ed him to put up hia hands. Due to the feeling of a revolver against his skin, Cntes complied, Boatwright said, hut kept the breudknife in hi. hands until ordered to drop it. Handcuff, were jput on him, .nd although he at first attempted to feiirn iirtiornnce of whHt his arrest was for, gave it up and admitted hi. identity within a short tune, iioiu wriirht said. ate. wa. brought back to Lub bock with the two officers, arriving here Friday noon, many people m t .Tested in the case met the train to see the returned prisoner. He wa. rushed to the county jail ami is now there waiting trial on a forirerv case. Together with the punishment he may receive for thi. offense ho has a 14-year sentence in the penitentiary for the murder of Judge Burton. Sheriff lloleomb'. statement to the Riverside Review that Cate. is a "smooth customer" has proof in the fa'-t that while at Indio fie made many friend, and saved money, and had a letter of recommendation innde with signature, of many of the town', most prominent people attached thereto, according to a re port received here. The Avalanche received a letter from (kite's em idovr. F. J. Tebo. Saturday, stat in W that "the boy made many friends here and wa. employed by me a. a waiter. Wa. very faithful mid honet while with me," and went on to say that he waa interested in the trial and would appreciate informa tion of the case at all times. Me had two hundred and fifty dollar, in tbe bank, some nice clothes and other possession, when captured. In Indio he wa. going by the name of John Lewi.. B. O. M' Whorter and wife left yesterday for Rochester, Minn., where Mr. McWhorter will be placed under 1 are of Mayo Bros, for an operation. LUBBOCK WAS ATTACKED BY PEDDLERS WHO CAME IN DROVES AND FLEECED CITY "Sin ker Alley" ha. long been tbe name a certain street in Coney Is land is known by, due to the fact for about five blocks, on both sides of the -treet, there is nothing hut little cheats petty thievery stands selling worthies, trinkets, spun sug ar iiindv, yallar lemonade, rubber balls, cheap jewelry and other wort files, junk. Lots of lights, noise, hawking and hubbub attend, the sale of this junk and the cheapest wonder of cheap cnrnivnl attractions are displayed on every hand. Folks know they are throwing their time and money away when they go to the Island and yet through six months in every year for tbe past many year, there is a veritable m.s. of humanity gawking up and down thi. "Sucker Alley." Lubbock h.d much of the appear ance of "Sucker Alley" la.t Satur day afternoon with a flock of bun co stands of every kind in the world holding forth with much hawking. Medicine Show Comedy and cheap attraction, that serve a sugar to draw a crowd when they know they are getting stuck with a hunth of cheap good. and yet they buy. At one time Seven Joints were going each one of them with its crowd the manager of each raking in "Sucker Money" and already lilt town. He pays no tax, supports no .hool., does not back up hi. goods, stands for nothing straight, honest or constructive ami yet he draw, a crowd that spends their ah mon ey with them and thin gels fi) banks, the men bants and the in dividual business men of thu U y to tarrv him until crop time again. "You know. Hill, I lan't see why we should pay $ 1 H a pair for shoe, at one of these here dry good, store, when we can get just a. good one. here for a dollar and a half" ay. one dear brother that in idently live, in the city of Lubbo. k. I heard him say it myself and lie didn't flutter. 1 glanced nt hi. rlioes and then at the man and so help me Shade, of the lireat Iri h Mike if that man ever paid ten dollars for pair of shoe, in hi l.fe I am twin and if dollar for do Pur 'u can't get better values, with a reliable firm to gunratitee tho values in any store in thi. city, than the t.o to three dollar, they paid for that lot of fire sale, cutback., sample shoes peddled out Saturday afternoon may Ieb. be called a na'rioti'' American. And yet "Sucker Alley" continue, to draw it. crowd. Canned las.es, patent soap, r.s on, tire patch, book., leather good, woolens, pills all of these and don en. more are pawned off om tbe public of this city, and as soon as they make their cJesu-op they move on, ... ACCORDING TO THE CENSUS LIABLE PARTY SHOWS NO WONDER OUR TW ha been Three New Residents Day Since the 1920 Federal Census is the Record for Lubbock as Shown by the Late Count Much Needed to be Done, PECULIAR ACCIDFNT ON MAIN STREET SATURDAY According to an Avalanche re porter, view about the most pe culiar near-to-aecident happened on the street, here Saturday when a Ford coupe wa. bucked into a run ning E-sex car on main street, only battering up the rear fender, of each car and destroying the tail lifht of the Essex, and here is where the peculiar situation come. jnboth cnr. w driven by ladle. and not a single word, nor even a bad look wa. exchanged, and both parties drove on their way without being in the least disturbed. Again we say the world ia getting better every duy. W. O. WILKISON STRONG BELIEVER IN FARM BUREAU W. O. Wilkison wa. here Satur day from hi. farm three mile. ea.t of town to attend the Farm Bureau meeting at the Courthouse. Mr. Wilkison heartily endorses the plan of the Bureau and said that he saw in it an opportunity for farmer, to regain the prestige they have never been able to maintain, but which they deserve from the pigHn'ie busi ness they opernte. "One farmer i. a. helpless a. a straw on the- sec. in these days of close financial con dit ions, and a whole lot of us to gether might make a pretty good ship, which would easily glide over the unsettled conditions" is the wny he summed up his opinion of the Bureau for the farmers of thi. sec tion. All together the farmer, can do something worth while for them selves and make a business of farm ing and we are glad to see our farm ers so well interested in this system of co-operation. And yet the City, the County and the State has trouble getting enough tax money to run our schools, tlx our roads, take care of our chnr itable cases anil all that. They raise the lax upon private business, in crease the valuations of lornl busi ness properties and residence prop erty and there i nos,wiiy to touch these floating grafters! hat unload goods uron a gillible public. A Ordinance i. being prepared by the Uetnil Merchants' Associa'Ion from samples taken from a number of towns over the state to be pre sented to the City Commissioners who have indicated that they will favorably consider any ordinance that will relieve thi. situation and it i. hoped and expected that some thing will be done to take Lubbock off of the calling list of every cheap John Peddling scheme concocted anywhere in the United States. At present they all include thi. city in their routing and never fail to make a cleaning. The beggar., one-armed eneil peddlers, blind violin player, and similar other fortunate unfortunates used to pa., the word along that Lubbock wa. a profitable stopping place until the efficient organization of the local Red Cros. centralized the charity work of the city and educated the public into sending nil of the.e people to the Red Cross office and if you could see the way they lie, squirm and get their s'ate menu crossed when the Red Cross Secretary start, to investigating their condition you would K'et a rev ..l..ii..n itiln uhv thev mnv be called 1 the Fortunate Unfortunate. One leg less bee-gar recently tola ine iveu Cros. Se retnry that he averaged better thun $10 per day Just sitting on the street, and holding out hi. hat. He i. a strong, healthy, able bodied man ex ept f r the loss i f his two l"ir and might handle any number of business positions but wilh perfect b'g and one hundred per tent more intelligence than he now ha. be couldn't ms!;e half a. much nt he make, by holding out bis hat. ' . All of these folk, are to be pitied and dealt wuh. hut it U only thru intelligent investigation and innsid eration are they to be rrevented from imposing noon the generosity of the general public. A real ritir.en of I.tibbock, and Iibbm-k i jealon. of the standing ft the City and County and the ri'i renship nt both and the continued success of soan box peddlers petty beggar, and fly-ly-night skin game artist. 1. not a Recommendation to either. Compare their ware., their tale, of woe and their akin game stone, with solid fscts. real good, and then see who te support and where to spesd year moat. RECENTLY TAKEN BY A RE ALMOST THIS NUMBER. CLOTHES WONT FIT "Wanted Thirty-one men, wo men or children," was a Hgn Sec retary Keen of the Lubbock Cham ber f Commerce wanted the Ava lanche reporter to run in tins issue of the pa pee. The only rooi.ircmont i. that these 31 folk, have not ye been counted in the Census of the City. Do you know anybody that luis moved to Lubbock within the fiast fifteen days? If ao, report them by phone to lfi!l immediately for we have need of them. WhyT Because Lubbock has only M'70 folk, living here according to the completed census rechecked, and we want to g over the (1,000 maik. To do so we must find HI more folk, and if you know of any new comers phone their name, in o that they be listed. Roby Cathey won tho reward offered for the closest guess to the number in town. Hi. gueas wa. fi97H or just eight more than the actual number shown by the check. A lot of interesting, funny anJ pathetic things were found in tak ing this census. For instane, there i. one house in town with nine fam ilies tiling in i' or eighteen grown people under one roof. The largest family reported had 13 living in the family at the time the census wa. given in. Didn't say how manr they had in other towns or wits) home, of their own. More than a hundred and fifty gues-e were re ceived in the contest a. announced in the Avlnbe more than a month ngo and the estimate, ran fiom 3H70 the lowest, to 702.1, the highest number guessed. In the distribution of the letters B lead with a total of fSXH namee, beginning with that letter. Z brought 11 n the tail end with two names starting with that liMle used letter, Smiths' were reasonably num erous with a total of ff!3 S'a. As figured against the check of 4061 made in January of lll!(l we have n consistant gain of three pew resi dents per day for the past two years or in other words, at this rate it will take u ninty year, to be as la'ge as Fort Worth. Hut if we continue thi. rate of gain, or :!.'! l-:t per cent h two years, how long will if take us to pas. IIKi.tJOD? Or again if .'17n popula tion grew into Mlfi in fifteen year., how long, with incrrn.itujf facilities for rapid travel, will it take .V.'TO to grow to 11)11, 000? Another way to ft nt the prob lem: If the schools were over crowded in li'20 with a population of 40.M what condition are t hi y im today with u population of Ii'.l70T What shape will they le in next year when we pass tbe 7..K0 mark unless we get busy today to 1 are for t hem ? "Town. Do Not Hauucn They Are limit." And it might be added that they are only built around good schools, 1 hurt he., and modest homes, with hard working, God-fearing mother., father, und children. Petit Jurors Summoned For Balance of Term Jurv for veek bet-inning, Frh. fith, 192: L. T. Friel, II. H. Jons. O. II. Akin, A. M. Jiecton, T. C. Calley, K.I. I). Allen. A. C I'.en ton, O. A. Ilivir.. J. J. Carroll, Cur tis A. Keen, Joe (ieorge, T. R. Allen, K. Carter. M. C. AH man, M. V. Cute., J. A. Caudle, II. C. Arnold, H. F. Kendall. S. A. Orahnm. 11. T. Kimbro. G. W. Knoles. S. T. Ht'l, T. F. I.l.ey, C. A. Ashley , F. W. I'oerner, C. C. Chase, S. F-. Cole, C. F. Austin, J, II. linker, and II, C, lloone. Jury for week bei'inning Feb. 13th, '1522: W. I'. FuHineim. R. K. Karper. C. W. Alexander. J. H. Uen nelt. Joe Caraway, R. M. At'en, J. I). Cardwell. II.' A. Ilia .-k, J. K Gar. rison. 1. r. tiiDson, w. 11. niacs- man. 11. W. Casey, W. K. Amen, F. O. A. A. Cathev, J. F.. Rloy.J. Kelley, J. It. Good-in-tiite, t. k Graves. M. V. Klattcnhof f. Greenhill, II L. Ijiw, T. J. Illume M. T. Askew, nuell I Rule.. SuJ Clark, W. II. Atkins, .1. S. Ilnglev. Frank I'.owle., C. I'.. Mnedgen and II. P. Milioney. Jury for week lei'Inning Feb. ZOth, 192'.': (i. I. V'il. 1. I. Cole man, S. F.. Cone, W. H. Meador, Ceo. C Cooper, J. K. Miller, W. Ii. C.oe!and. L. V. Uraril, G. M. Cos by. C. M. Ilawes K. A. .Moody, P.ocoe Cowart, A. K. He'er L E. Moore. A. J. Hick., C. K. More man. I. F. Holland. J. T. Har. (. F. Cor,,, J. p. Itreedlove, Chris, Harwell, C R. Baldwin, H. J. Ilal lew, T. E. Cntes. J. W. Da'.ton, F.. A. Morgan, Baxter Honey, L. 1L Hooker, F. W. Denbsm and Jas. L, Dow. J. M. Lemons, of Slatnn, w.i a business visitor ia Lob bock Ll Tnesday.