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H IF. l.riWOCK AVAI Af Mr,. IU.M)AY. Jt AT. ... 'U2
se.s
AROUND THE CLOCK
Sltrlifht end Suashiae l.i ( l 1 1 n Life's Pathws.
v Opinion Will Differ
The idea of holding written ex.
animations fur prospective lril'
rul prospective in i.i. groom may
have it advantages, though we are
unable t. understand on what sub
ject they would hi examined, H n 1 1
f OLIT1CAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Tha following parties authorise th.
Ueiajr of their names in thia eolussa
for the rarioua office, subject U
th Democratic Primary, in July, ad
est a fseorsble considrrstlon of then
rtalras:
tmt Ceaaty Jadget
r. T. BROWN, Lubbock,
! Re-election)
T). W. PUCKETT. Lubbock
GEORGE W. FOSTER.
Far Ceaaty Attoeeeyi
JOHN R. McGEE. Lubbock
(Re-electioa.)
OWEN W. McWHORTER
C W. BEENE, Lubbock.
9 mi Clark of The District Caarli
LOUIE F. MOORE.
Par Caaal Clerk I
HERBERT STUBBS.
O. T. CRAWFORD
Far Coaat Treaseren
J. 8. S LOVER.
WILL Ili-KINLEY.
CHRIS HARWELL
LESTER I.. MILLER.
Far Sheriff:
C. A. HOLCOMB, Lubbock.
Re-election.
JOE W. PERKINS, Lubbock
R. I. TUBBS. Lubbock.
I. J. OSBORNE.
H. L. (BUM JOHNSTON'.
Far Til Caltactort
SAM SPIKES, Lubbock
( Re-election
TONY Q. DYESS, Lubbock
A. J. CLARK. Lubbock.
ANSEL HINES Lubbock.
rae Tat Aiinnri
R C. BURNS, Lubbock.
(Re-election )
A. B. JONES. Lubbock.
Far Caaat SaperialeaeVat:
E. R. HAYNES. Keeleetioa
(Lubbock)
Far Caaal Cemmissioaer, Pra. I
M. M. CRAWFORD. Lobbei
Re-election.
J H BI'RROT'Gn.S
MARVIN T. WARLICJC.
f..- Hint imiH.r J'it who would I"'
competent tn pun mi the cae.
At tiny nili", sin h x uininul nm
wuiil'l reveal how far amrt the
ni'ii'., urn m some uf the vital ipues
tions. It would aonti cuiiii' to a
point of calling off the examina
tions or iMllmir off the weddings.
A u mutter of fart, the thing
has been (riven n trial, anil hero
sre the results:
Question: Nam" the marriage vow
Her answer To love, honor and
obey.
Mm answer To love, honor, obey,
rake and scrape, fetch and carry,
hand over your salary every Sat
urday, never iitay out later than
eight o'clock, foot all the bill, but
ton up her dresses in th bark, nev
er complain, and provide a horn
for mother-in-law.
Question: What is the ideal hus
band? Her snswer There am t no such
animal. , , ,
answer The first husband of
a widow who has remarried.
Question: How long- is a honey
moon? Her answer Not at all.
His answer Until the first of
the month, when the bills start com
ing in- . , ,
Question: How far ran a husband
be trusted? .
He' answer A distance which is
too small to be visible to the naked
eye.
His answer Owing to the fact
that no wife has tried the experi
ment, the answer is unknown.
1. Don't believe all you hear, es
pecially when it is about your-elf.
2. If you must knock, knock the
knockers.
3. The man who practices safety
first usually comes out on top.
ft. The trials of life would not
be so bad if we could render our
own verdicts.
6. Co ahead by uirig the head
you have.
7. people who stand around with
heir hands in their pockets seldom
have anything else in them.
W Many a self-made man is not
proud of his maker.
! A man can prove he has hor.c
sense by pot making an a of him-
MBSaJrttflsm
B
ig Baking
Powder Value
IF there were no other reason for using Dr.
Price's Phosphate Baking Powder, its well
known high quality would be sufficient But in
addition to this, think of these other advantages!
Dr. Price's is sold at the low price of 25c for a large
can of 12 ounces. It is pure and wholesome and
imparts a fine, appetizing flavor to the food
self
l'l
Sides
11
Folks say a lot of 'hir.gs bc
iheir prayers.
Iion't borrow trouble with
rh.. I.!.. i hut vi iu are to re"irn it
ui'h interest.
1.'. If people used half es much
energy trying to get into Heaven
as they do tryinif to break into so
ciety, the world wou'd he in muih
better shape for judgment day.
Ceae4y Ceaaasissioaar, Pra- Na. 3:
B N. WHFEUUCWalou.
Ra-electoo.
Far Commissioner, Pre. Na. 4t
J. C. SHAW.
L. C. DENTON.
Not His Fault
Five men stood on the street one day
When a flapper pa-ted along that way
Four of them stated; the other de
clined
He eoiil.ln't stare, be was totally
blind
Far Jastice af the Paara, Pra. Na. 1:
J WESLEY SMITH
(Re-election)
J H. RICHARDSON.
GEO. B MLXLIN.3.
fOL W. E. JOHNSON.
(Auctioneer)
Fa PeWIe Walfhee, Pra. No. 1.
C. T. JACKSON, Lubbock.
I Ra-lect ion).
J. P. BUM PASS, Lubbock.
T. W. McNEELY, Lubbock.
J. P. NELSON.
JIM Sr uTT. Lubbock.
Far Pafclia Waifkar. Pra. 3.
J. D. FUG ITT.
HOCKLEY AND COCHRAN
COUNTIESi
Far Taa Ahmmwi
W. O. FRAZIER.
.LEONARD C. TOW.
Far Saariff and Taa Callactart
J. A. STROUD, (ra-elactloa)
Treat 'tis Rough
"Ethel," he whispered, "will you
marry me?"
"I don't know, Charlie," -be re
Mlii'it riivtv
"Well, ulien von find out," he
said, ninKT. "M-nd me word, will
you? I shall he at Mable links'
until ten o'clock, and if 1 don't
bear from you by then I am ifi'in
to usk her."
She made up her mind at once.
He
A Dalrnte of Man
Man was made nut of dirt
is naturally duty.
Wiman was made out of a lib,
which is the irokedest part of
man. And there you are.
Rum Your Own
If you're looking for an added
source' of income, you mijfht take
up the sii(f(fetion of one of our
perfectly natural naturalists and ac
quire a private ostrich for domestic
use.
You can never tell when your
wife is iroinir to demand a feather
fan, or mime such trifle, and if you
have an mtruh on the premises
Money to Loan
ON FARMS AND RANCHES
Five, Sveti ad Tan Yera at Eight per cent intereat.
We offer good service and immediate action on
all loan.
Cosby & Posey
In Kuaaell BIdg.. Above Tea Variely Store.
Jackson Brothers
Phono 505
COAL GRAIN AND HAY
Our Specialties.: Milk Feeds, Cookinj?,
Heating and Furnace- Coals, also Tank
akre and thicken Feeds, Wo buy and
sell Krain and hay in car lot or lew.
It contains nothing to leave a bitter taste,
ingredient which is not in itself wholesome.
no
Large can, 12 ounces, only 25c
Powder
New Cook Book Free
IN the New Dr. Price Cook Book
there are 300 delightful recipes
for all kinds of cooking and baking
some of therri the most famous
recipes in use today. Every house
keeper will value a copy of this
book which can be had free by
addressing Price Baking Powder
Factory, 1003 Independence Boule
vard, Chicago, Illinois.
SPECIAL!
Some grocers may have
a few cans left of Dr.
Price's bearing the
label with the special
advertising offer re
cently announced for
a limited period. A big
value at its regular
price, Dr. Price's is an
unparalleled bargain at
this special sale price.
Don't fail to see if yotrr
grocer has some Ieftl
ym inn (fratify her slightest wish,
like ruiiriii)(f out to the atrawherrv
led in the yard anil getting some
lerrie for breakfast.
teque, whirh is worn jauntily, with
Hrhaps a hoot on the side.
Ilouhtless the new hat will he
seen quite a good deal on the owl
earn and at the owl resorts, of whieh
nearly every town has one. How
ever, it will hardly he popular with
the
more
owlih
The reason the milliners have hit
A well-hred, leggy, plume-leariri
ostrich ran te purchased at from
i:!(M) to S.rillO inrlurliriir unr tut
The value of one year's crop of i ,h' "M " m,h
feathers is from f.S to lion, w hi. h j -ff "f mk,r''r ,h"m af,f,""r "
ought to he enough to satisfy any
l.... L i.. L 1 1 I
woman, oui winin prooaoi won i., . . , . . . .
. ' ... L ... ..: : . upon the owl hat is heraue the owl
. is hard to get. lhats whnt iuhKi-s
w th anvthir g. i .. , ,. ,,
i it the lage. The more difficult it
Ostriche may he parked in the!,, to gn thing, the more desir
etdlar, hack yard or garnge. If left ,e it iomen.
in the gaiage, do not leave gaso- fM ,nt, Bam), wllV jn this coun
line exped, as the ostrich is rather ; try wjln booxe, aa perhaps you've
carele when thirsty. Also he I noilceii alrfBv.
might eat all your tool. A rPu f the vogue, the
Kememher. in plucking the hird, . mark,.t pr. f w;, has jumped
that the estruh s kick ix one of the frm j2 for a live one to 2l'0 for
most powerful things in the world ih,md one which-would seem to
now that the aupply of hard liquor
has dwindled.
Ostriches have Iwen known to
rearh tha age of fifty, hut their
keeers usually die young.
Har Detira
"Did you hear that Maud Is to
marry again?"
"What? After three hujthands who
went craiy, run away or got in
the poorhou?"
Sure. You see, she s hoping for
a safe and sane fourth."
prove that the owl, like some peo
ple, become more valuable in this
world by passing on to the next
APPORTIONMENT TO
SCHOOLS INCREASED
Lai Ut Reaaaaaber
How ran it matter what comes now.
Winter, and summer, and day
and night;
Sorrow may tangle the paths we
seek;
Let us remember we held delight.
Let us rememhar that once we two
Listened and quivered and hear
the rail
Of the nesting bird, and the bud
ding seed
We have had happiness. That is
all.
TVs Usaal Case
"How da you and your wife get
along so rikvly, Joe?"
"I always let her think she i
having her own way."
Hul how Ou you inanaga to tie-
lude hn?"
' I don t."
Auatin, Texas, May 2i. State
Treasurer C. V. Terrell announced
today that there was sufficient mon
ey In the Treasury to the credit of
the available school fund to make an
apportionment of $l.n0 per capita or
a total of $1,946,986. Mr. Terrell
will advise the State Hoard of Edu
cation Tuesday that the money is
ready and the board will immediately
order it remitted to the various
school. School heads believed that
only $1 would be available this
month and the $1.50 allowance will
be a most agreeable surprise. There
is yet $3.&0 per capita to be paid on
the apportionment for the current
vear. It will ba reduced to t'l when
i Tuesday's action la taken.
A corrected calculation snows
there are l,2t7.U91 enumerated scho
lastics in tha State of Texas en which
basia the State Hoard of Education
made an apportionment of $11 per
capita, for a grand total of $16.8(3.
ssi. W hen the $1 50 is apportioned
Tuesday there will have been paid
a total of $I4.2T7,141 on this ses
sion's whole amount, leaving $.',f'.'a,
Vi yet U be paid.
winosom rirciin ai oil
man IN rlOlDAUA I Lit HON
Once a Friend, Always
The Manhattan's friends are those who want what
they want and when they want it and want it AS they
want it at the price that does not deprive them of their
wants.
Candies Cigars Drinks Lunches
The Manhattan Parlor
&Cafe
'A Good Place to Meet Your Friends"
SOUTHERN PACIFIC MAKING
IMPROVEMENTS ON ROADBED
Del Rio, June 3. The Southern
Tacific railway track from Pel Rio
to Sanderson, a distance of 117
miles, is to be completely reball
asted, according to a statement by
Koadmaster J. M. t'orley to the
West Texas Chamber of Commerce.
Crushed stone i to be used. When
completed the Southern I'acific will
have the fine-t ballasted roadbed in
the state. The remainder of the
road in Wet Texas l said to be
ballasted with a'ag from an El l'sv
UlleUei. It so ilosely resembles
roal that frequently the railway of
ficials receive protests from Char
itably inclined persons who think
the line is using roal for ballasting
when po"' widows are warning fuel
In winter. Two larga rock crush,
era are to be installed at the rum-
piarry at lai.f" in.n,j-
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STOP THAT ITCHING
Use the reliable Blue Star Remedy
for all skin diseases such as: Itch.
Enema, Tetter, Ringworms, Crack
d hands. Old Sores or Sores ea
Children. Sold on a guarantee by
Lakkask Drag Ca.
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pany q
Ut-ly. it
was staled.
A Hist frees Parts
Pans ntilliioia hawa itiHttv nearly
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. lu.l.i.g mm man- in thur scrhisor was a let led alderman of la r'lv
fer liutsltlv l l)la. of I'lovdada in a spstul eletHoa
.Now as a !! rrsoft th. hsie , ..l,i,Lt Ir the imi sa r h i s
.1-.. . l.i'. .ti ll.a uwl. Ike lal tha -.. en Ihe hoe id e. . ..u J
PLAINVUW TO HAVf ITV
mail ituvknv trr t
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lw a. II tsie fre ! " ! I
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fio.l be tha t'lutsJ Statea Toatal
IVpanmetit to this effect, Twa car
riers will be employed at first an J
more wiil be added later.
Mr. Stmkton and the riainview
rommert tal uiganisslions have been
working for the new mad service
for srl yrara sod the mure my
Is teltbratit.g the i.l. 1 1 f .1 1 out
route I ar p..ll ret a i pi a, tha
crowded ioti.ilt n i f lh I m i .i-..
elfua anU pl.nly f si l.wa.ss ns
llta t.to wkuH li.flii- in t I''"
eisal.i'S' if tie is I li.try I .
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