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THE LUnnOCK AVAt-ANCHF. TIT5DAY. MARCH 7. 1022.
We Insist The LUBBOCK DRUG COMPANY G. GRANVILLE JOHNSON, Prop. "The Nrl Sior." Phoa. No. 1S2 On you knowing that we expend our every effort to make this store serve you in the most pleasant and efficient manner possible. We keep a large and varied stock of ilrui m well a ninny sund ries. Our prescription department in well organized and equipped and you will always find us more thnn willing to give you the kind of drug service you like bent. Proceedings of County Commissioners Court in Session in the Regular and Special Sessions During the Month Special February Tarm Rcsignat ion of T. von Rosenberg, Commissioner, Pre. No. 4, tendered and accepted. Motion made and carried to re fund to J. B. Kelxpy $3.20 on - . ' : . I ervuni. oi error in axKCNNmeni vi taxes. Motion made and carried to re fund to Barclay & PeShazo $4.80 on account of error in assessment f taxes. Regular February Term, 1922. Motion made and carried to re fund $15.20 to Joe George, on ac count of error in assessment of taxes. Motion made and carried to re fund to M. F. Brashears $4.00 on account of error in assessment of taxes. Motion made and carried to re fund to J. E. Rucker $57.60 on ac count of error in assessment of taxes. Motion made and carried to ap prove bond of L. C. Denton, an County Commissioner, Precinct No. 4, to serve out the unexpired term of P. von Roscnberir, resigned. Motion made and carried to al low It. C. Burns $500.00 on assess ment for Motion made and carried to prant the mad petition of S. D. Pate and thers for public road, with pro vision that petitioners will donate right of way and adjust fences. Motion made and tarried to grant public road petition of S. P. Koff, and others for public road, provid ed land for rad is granted and fences adjusted. Motion made and carried to grant public road petition of T. P. Gib on, et al, with provision that land will be donated and fences adjusted. Motion made and carried to grant public road petition of Wm. Groat, tt al, provided land is donated ami fences adjusted. Road petition of J. H. Potts, et al, rejected, because road petition ed for, connects with road on the south. Report of Wm. Haddock, Sheep Inspector is approved. Motion made and carried to change the present terms of Coun ty Court, to-wit: It is ordered by the court, that each of the six terms of county court, beginning the 3rd Monday's in March, May, July, Sept, Nov., and January, be extended two weeks, making the length of each term four weeks. Report of C. W. Beene, Justice of the Peace, Pre. No. 3, for quar ter ending Feb. 13, 1922, approved. C. W. Beene's resignation as Jus tice of the Peace, Pre. No. 3 ac cepted. Vincent P. Hadsell appointed Jus tice of the Peace, Pie. No. '.i, to fill unexpired term of C. W. Beene, resigned. Quarterly report of J. Wesley Smith, Justice of the Peace, Pre. No. 1, received and approved. Quarterly report of C. A. Holm comb, Sheriff, received and ap proved. Road Overseers Appointed Pre. No 1 (has. Cobbledick: Beginning at the N K cor. sur. rt, blk. K-2; thence K 4 miles to end of S Singer Street. B. W. Casey: Beginning at the Carlisle school house; thence east to the city limits. W. T. Bond: Beginning at Carlisle school house; thence west to Coun ty line. Lonnie Williams: Beginning at Slide; thence W to Hockley Coun tv line Road Overers Appointed Pre No 2 L. W. Wilke: Beginning at. end of S Singer Street road near Wood row school house; thence F. & S to Lynn County line. You Can Do Without I nsurance Surel Juat like you can she; you suffer from not hav jig it and you'd suffer if yoar life-time savings go up in moment's fire and smoke. And people are suffering this agony daily. You are affered the protection against loss by fire only through fire insurance, and there are good insurance companies md bad ones. It will pay rou well to get your policy with a sound company. E. C. YOUNG Protective Fire Insurance Shallowater; thence alorg K it to Lee Acuff corner, intersecting the Lubboi k-l'lmn view road. Geo. Buumgart: Beginning at Shallowater; thence S to S line survey 33, block J S; theme E to R R. J. F. Bance: Beginning at Shal lowater school house: thence ea.rt tn (iIoveviIie aclio .1 house. Nuge Foster: Ctrtninf at R K of Shali c,.t hi hoot hi". 've N W an 1 N" t Hardy scnool h u it . 'V G. Muriy Biginniog at the '.ui.ty liiie at. .'.. riiht ' y , thence S I t mile; thiM.o W 5 miles lo N V. 'oiner survey I, l V. '"-K. Johnaoti: Beginning at point o' mtereseitiuij of Lubboc-k-Lit tie field road i.t; 4 Lie -jtvy 8, ul. (a D-5; thcn . F to intrr.-ti n f Jjicallowstt i-II ir.ly hi- I house ".ad Motion made and carried to allow W. Donald warrant for $Tt".13, balance due for publishing delin quent tax roll. Motion made and carried to re scind the order formerly voted to abolish the office of County Treas urer of Lubbock County. Monthly repoit of C. A. IIol conih, Tax Collector approved. Butcher's report to T. W. Mc Neelcy, presented end approved. Butcher's report of Ilirry Mar tindale presented &tid approved. Motion made and c an iod to trans fer $:!:(. 75 from tlu General Fund to the Park Fund to return money borrowed from 'he Turk Fund. ' Motion made and carried to trnns- SJttlllltllllllltllltftlllllllltlltllllllltttlltllltlllllfllfflllllltftfltltflllllllllltllllltllftlltllfltllllllltlflllllllllltltlltllllllllllfltttllllllllllfl frr tl2(ii25 from C. J. Fund - : to the Park Fund to return money r borrowed from Park fund. E Motion made and carried to di- vide the Highway fund according z to mileage in each C'ommissionern' Irec inct. H Report of Mary F. Hinton, Coun- - ty Treasurer for the quarter ending Feb. 14. 1I22 approved. E $87.00 balance due Panhandle s Construction Company in settlement s for repairing Courthouse roof al- r lowed. Motion made and carried to fix the County Treasurer's coniniislon S at 3-4 of one per cent for receiving Z and 3-4 of one t er cent for paying S nut. to take effect February 1st, 1922 till January 1st, 1923. The Keport or Jury nr tipw an- C. F. Austin: Beginning at Sla ton K R wells; thence N across canyon to N W cor Sun Augustine sc hool land. Bill Gentry: Beginning at Lub-bock-Slafon road at N E cor, sur. lit, blk. K; thence K 2 miles; thence S 1 mile; thence 2 miles to Slalon Wortham road. Homer Ktlley: Beginning at S W corner S. D. Stewart farm; thence E 6 miles. Terrell Williamson: Beginning at E. J. Cowart's S W corner; thence E to railroad. J. A. Nunley: Beginning at S E corner ci'y limits of Lubbock thence S E down R R to Burrus switch. O. R. Patterson: Beginning at Burrus switch; thence ulung R R to Slaton. Lois Rogers: Beginning at Luh-bock-Tahoka road; thence E 4 miles to intersection of Joplin road thence to Sluton-Slide road; also south to Lynn county line. F'orney Henry: Beginning at La mesa R R crossing, S E of Slaton; thence to Garza county line. Chas, Wild: Beginning at Slaton, on Slaton-Wilson road; thence S to Lynn County line. Ptilr cJimnn.-tior n,rinninr at V V. rnrnr or il hlk. S: thence ! W to S W corner sur. 7'', blk. S. I. Shufer: Beginning nt S E cor. sur. 41, blk. S; thence N to north zz side valley. i Fred Baldwin: Beginning at N t sicle of Canyon on road running I sz: from Slaton roiindliouse; thcn. e E I zzz and N to Crosby County line. ) J. C. Roberts: Beginning at N E corner survey 7, block S; thcn.e S! to Slaton-SIide road. Ofrrirm Appoints in Pre. No. 3 i J. W. Lemmons: Beginning at i southwest corner survey 2, block A ; 1 thence N and E to N E corner sur- vey 21, block A. ' C. II. Beat: Beginning at mid- I zzz die of N line survey HO, block A;1 thence E 1-2 miles; thence N 7 I miles to N E corner survey .')!), block I. H. C. Barber: Beginning at N E corner survey .'!, block I); thence N to Hale County line. F. W. Johnson: Beginning at N W corner survey 70, block A; then N !t miles to S W corner survey 0o block A; thence E to S E corner of survey 65; thence N 1 mile to N W corner survey 7, block R-G ; thence 2 miles to N W corner survey 'J, block K G Farmers Short Course, Lubbock, March 20-21 Russell Sage Said: Hoy Arnold: Beginning at N K corner section 21, block P, thence S and E to the R R. Tom Groves (West half l : B gin- Jno. W. Allen: Beginning at N El mng at S W corner survey 21, blk. D-2; thence N 2 miles; Ihcnce E 3 miles; thence N 2 miles; thence E 1 mile to Lubbock-I'lainview road. Emmett Wright: Beginning at corner survey 4; thence 2 miles to S E corner survey 53, block A; thence N 2 miles to S W corner survey 6fi, block A. Robert Bledsoe: Beginning at S W corner survey 1, blocs; D-7 ; thence N 10 miles to S E corner survey 15, block D-7. Elmer Rush: Beginning at N W comer survey 6'J, block A; thence E 5 miles to N E corner survey 15, block R-G; thence N 1 mile; thence E 1 miles; thenc e N 2 miles to the N E corner survey 157, block C. Pat Nix: Beginning at City Lim its of Lubbock at Broadway; thence E to S W corner of Experimental farm; thence N 1-2 mile; th.-nce E to N W corner survey 70, block A. J. W. Bullock: Beginning at the midway between survey 112, block G; thence N to Hale County line. G. C. Burke; Beginning at mid way between survey 112 and 97, bloc k G; thence S W to an inter section on with Becton-Idalou road. Jno. Crim: Beginning at Acuff public school road at S W corner survey 3, block R-G, S E corner survey C8, block A; thence N 2 miles along and between surveys 3 and 6, block R-G and survey 64 and 67, block A to intersect the Idalou road. Overseer Appointed Pre. No 4 Horac e Gaither: Beginning at the Shallowater; thence along R R to H ekley County line. J. V. Hale: Beginning nt S E corner survey 20, block A; thence N H miles to S W corner section ,'M, Ni k Beat home section. Bill Robinsor. : Beginning at the Nil k Be al icec'i in, S W se ction; then'c N 4 miles; en(.n,-e milis I to intersection of Lubboe k-Abema- thy highway. "THRIFT is such a simple thing and it means so much. It is the foundation of success in business, of contentment in the home, of standing in society." Our Savings Department is proving a great help to many. Funds deposited in the Savings Department begin to draw interest at once, are not subject to check except on thirty days notice, and are kept separate from your regular checking account. The Lubbock State Bank Capital and Surplus $150,000 rj C. D. SHAMBURGER UM ETQ TO) PHONE 419 1 JUST RECEIVED A Car Load of Red Picket Fence H Ifflltfltllflllllf tfltfllf IIM llttf tllllllflllttlf llllttltlf tiff llltfltf lit tnitf f If If llltltf flllttlllllfff If (Iff lllllltlltf Mf llltf Itlf llltlltttltlllllllf tlF pointed on the J. M. Stephens road, The Crowd won't go wrongfollow them to THE MANHATTAN PARLOR & CAFE Good eats, fresh smokes, fine candies, etc. Attention! An Opportunity For Ex-Soldiers and Young Men Lubbock is going to have a battery' of Field Artillery organized before many days, enlistments are now being taken, and we are anxious to complete the organization work in the least time possible. Will have four pieces of artillery and for ty horses, a big opportunity for you inves tigate at once. If interested phone or writc O. L. PETERMAN, Lubbock Phone 40 P.O. Box 334 rr joe-ted. T. A. Rotch, J. S. Lenha n, J. W. Lokey, T. A. A mem and J. U. Lukey appointed another Jury i.f iew on the proposed road of J. M. Steph ens t al. Meition made and carried order injr IV F. Brown to have the tree re-set in (he Court House Yard. NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST f ROM ACUFF COMMUNITY ! Mr,. W. P. David Sunday I J. Carroll Sunday niit-ht and pecially enjoyed the muiiic on the trinif instrument. Mr. and Mm, G. C. Dvi were at (nrinjr Sunday afternoon. L. S. F.vi't purrhaiind two PotancJ China rilta from A. M. Evitt Thur dav afternoon. Mr. and Mr L. S. Evitt ancl lirother, Urney took dinner with Oh! You rood old Winter day. How we lcome a If eod fire is thei-e eveninp". Bjt my! how cold the wind howN on the otitMele. Mesr A. C. Evitt and P. E. Hoops 'nm-d to Kansas City Sat urday with three cars of cattle. I'er hapii they're feeling little of this Norther it well n ourelves, Mrs. Julia Kelley visited Mr. Earl Davis Sunday morninfr. We are aorry to report her on the sick lint, hut hope he'll noon recover. Hujrhcy Kunh was visiting home folk thin week end. Mr. and Mr. Bracceen were wel come vinitors to our church meeting Sunday morning. G. C. Davis sold A. C. Evitt a steer last Friday. Miss Ada Darby spent the week end in Lubbock visiting friends and relative. Mrs. Kelley gave very nice and interesting little program last Wed nesday afternoon, celebrating Wash ington's hirthdny. There were not many visitor, hut the children acted their parts fine and they, as well as Mr. Kelley d-erv encourage ment for their efforts. Mr. and .Mrs. M. A. Evitt and C. W. Evitt and wife and Mr. and Mrs J M. Bloyd started to Trus- ott Knot County, Texas Sunday after noein. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Iarby were very pleanant visitors to the nrf inir Sunday afternoon. Mr. S. S. Ruh and sons and daughter wer Lubb tk visitors Sat urdsy. Mr. Rush has an aile broken on his Overland car. A large crowd enjoyed a good ainrinf given by Mr. and Mr i. Mies Auclrv Mac ami 7oa I niair were dinner g'ief at Mr. and M-. D. F. rounds S inday. Pv is Pceoriel nd Curtis Crimes visited Chr!ie I.e Sunday ni(?ht. Mrs P. Pounds was on the sick lint last week. Everyone rome hack the 2nd S"n day and help us sing again. We certainly appreciate the visitors from fthtr communities and also their help. Miss Arvrlla Evitt was a dinner guest at the Misses Cunningham'a Sunday. Mr. W. P. Rush Is out at his place near Iceland seeing about things out there. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Evitt wer Lubbock visitors Saturday aftcrr noon. Slim Adams went to Loreni Monday morning to get a load of coal. SIXTEEN CIRIS STUDYING ENGINEERING AT. STATE Austin, Feb. 'in There are six teen girls enrolled in the colleges of engineering of the Univerify of Texa, in cnmpnriin wi'h 600 boys registered for engineeHrg reurw. a-vordirg to Dean T. IT. Taylor. Of !ie girls there are three seniors, three J"nfors, foeir se-iphomnre and i frehmen. Mis Edna Btrkp't nf Fort Worth, is a sophomore in the department of chemical enri neering. The other girls ar reg istered In the department of archi-tewture. Jnn. Ge'in. local contractor, made a trip to Tahnka the latterr part of the week in thej interest of his lino of work.