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SOUR STOMACH II1DIGE5TI0H TWlW. BUck-Dr.ofM HlMy Recommended by a TeoiiesM Crocer lor Trouble. Re raltiif from Torpid Lifer. But Naihrlll, Tann. The effl ataacy of Thedford niack-Draoglit, the tasrfna, herb, liver medicine, If tombed for by Mr. W. N. Parsons. pwir of thla rltf "It It without sVmbt the boat llrer medicine, and I stoat ballere I could jet along without tt. f take It for sour stomach, head oefee, bad llrer, Indigestion, and all tier troubles that are the rfiialt of torpid Itrer. "1 hato known and axed It for roan, M4 eaa and do highly recommend It I rrtrr one. I won't go to bod vita Mt tt la the house, it will do ail It eiaJms to do. I can't say raongi for It" Maar other men and women tnroueh art the country bar found Black Dranght Juat aa Mr Paraona describe raJoable In rgulaMng the liver to sta normal functions, and In cleanalnj th bowels of Impurities. Taedford'a Rlark-Dranght lleer medt atna la tha original and only genuine. Wept ao ImlU'.lona or aubetltutea. Always ask for Thedford'a. at The prr.Homs of the pr,r ''" aiimptive are his; the prnblrms of the cnnswmptive por-r are our. According to Report Compiled Recently by Cotton Statistician, the Cotton Crop of Texas Is Very Spotted F. N. fimy, cotton Klnti i inn, an nnunres the f .tl-.wi n if condition of counties nf the Texas cotton rrnp: Conditioned by Counties Northwest (15 per rent of rop.) Condition Ki per rent of normal. The district includes tlie following nami'il cotton counties, condition Known for narh county. Archer 91, Armstrong K'-'. Bor den 2, Brin'oe 92, Carn H'., Chil dress M7, Cochran !", Collins-worth Kn, Cou'e H'., ("rohy M, Iawson 91, Pickens 92, Donley 8. Fisher K7. Floyd Of. Foard X!. Cray H:, Hiile 91. Il.'ill 7, Hardeman Kl, Haskell H7, Hemphill 91, Hockley 9, Jones 8o, Kin 89, Knor 90, I.nni!) 9.i, I.ihvomh H9, Lubbock. 0r, fvnn 94, Motley 9R, Potter 9:1, Scurry 87, Shackelford 8H, Stephen 87, Stonewall Mn, Swisher 93, Terry 9, Throckmorton 89, Wheeler 90, Wichita 89, Wilbarger 88, Yoonjr 84. North (13 per cent of crop) con dition 72. Clay 77, Collin 6. Dallas fin, Penfon 74, Fannin 71, Oiyon 70, Hunt 72, .l.T-k 71, Kaufman fit, Montniriie 74, Pnlo Pinto 7-t, Park er 71, Rockwall 71, Tarr.int 70, Vie 71. Northwest (II per cert of crop) condition 7."). Howie 81, Tamp 7n, Ca 81, IMta 71. Franklin 74, fire ":", Hiirrison 7'l, M.-pkins "rt, l.nmur 71, Marion 78, M-rrm 74, Pnnoln 70, Kmns 79. R.-d River 7i. Ri-k 7-', lind 88, Fdw;inU 78, Cillenpie 78, Kenilall 7", Kerr 71. KimMe 7't, I hno 1H, M.Cull.xh M.ion 8:, Menard 74. Milla 79, Mitchell 90, No'nn XI, Ren" 71, Runnels 75, San Sana 80, Schleicher 80, Sutton 79, Taylor 74, Tom (ireen 79. ( enter (29 per cent of crop con dition (15. Hatron fi'2. Hell Brazos U2, Burleson Cnldwell ,rir, Comal Rosque 71, r..r, Hurnot 72, 70. Coryell 67, Falls Fay fit!. Hnva (54. Smnh 71, Tit.i Zandt 7.. Wood West Center cron( condition Bandera ", 8". Callahan 8t 84, Comanche I'pxhur Van 7'V I 1 0 per cent of 79 Blanco 77, Brown , Coke 71, Coleman 8, Concho 78, Fn-t- YOU CAN PHONE MILLER'S GROCERY For what's good to eat vegetables, staple groceries, fruits and fresh meats arid they will be delivered promptly and the order appreciated. Do that today! THE H. E. MILLER GROCERY PHONE 86 and 140 Th faateat growing grocery in Lubbock" Fills 72. Frath T. ette fiO. Hamilton II II 7't lino, I 71 Johnson 71. I.nm- passjis 75, Lee fiO, Limestone llfi, M.-Lennnn 70, Milan fi2, Navarro fiO, Robertson fiO, Somervell 7'1, Travis fio, Washitivfton 67, Williamson 67. Fast (6 per cent of crop) condi tion 71. Anderson 67, Antrolinu 70, Cher okee 74, Freestone 69, Grimes 66, Henderson 7.'l, Houston 73, Jasper 7't, Leon 67, Madison 6!i, Montgom ery 67, Nacogdoches 68, Newton 72, Polk 79, Salnne 74, San Augustine 7.r., San Jacinto 74, Shelby 72, Trin ity 67. Tyler 70, Walker 69. South (14 per cent of crop) con dition 64. Athascosn r,o,, Bee 6,r), Bexar 67, Brooks fi9, Calhoun 6:t, Cameron H2, Ie W tt 68, Duval 68, Frio 6.r, (Joliarl 67, Gonzales 6H, Gundal'ipe 70, Hidaltro 7, Jackson 6.1, Jim H"(rir 61, Jim Wells 60, Karnes 62, Richer 61, La Salle ..7. Lava- a 60, Live Oak 60, M Mullen r.x. Mi-ilimi 6.1, Nue.-e.s '.8. Refiiirio 6r,, San P:it ri. io rtt, I'valde 67. Victoria 6.r, Wehh 70. Willacy 60, WiNon 6 a. Sou'hweit (2 per cent of crop) condition 61 A''m 77, Brazoria .10, Colorado 77, Fort Bend 6X, Galveston .18 Harris 61, Mataiforda 58, Waller 68, Wharton 63. PROGRAM ON "MEXICO" TO BE ATTENDED BY LOCAL MEX. The Phlathca H,-. ,.f the First Baptist Sunday School will ive a proram on Mexico Sunday evenin. Auirft 13, at the church. This pp'ram hids fair to he very inter esting insomuch as there are to he some very entertaining speakers. Mrs. Owens of Slaton, a very tal ented and educated woman of Span ish descent and who has done a very commendable work with the Mexicans of the county, is to lie one of the principal speakers. Some of the local Mexicans will also assist in the evening's entertainment with sonirs and instrumental music, which will be intercstinand beautiful. It is indeed wonderful that the subiei t, "Mexico," can be discussed th personal representatives of the country Mtoken of to be present, and we are siiri the program will be one of exceptional entertaining ijuiil- .tie. The class members have been if -tiv in bettering conditions for the local unfortunates from that coun try, and wn feel that in the Mex ican's participation in that program we will be given a clearer idea of YOU GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH IN GROCERIES AND THOROBRED Aluminumware FREE Inmon Grocery Company wants your business. Wants to show you just how well a grocery store can serve you when they try real hard. Our stock is all good staple articles. Like you would expeet of a store, we are prepared to keep vegetables, and f ruits in fine con dition. Just to show you how much we appreciate your business we are giving coupons which are redeemable in Thorobred Aluminumware with cash purchases or with accounts when paid by the 5th of each month. This doesn't affect our prices whatsoever. Trade here and be pleased and get this aluminumware free. See our display in the window! Inmon Grocery Co, Phone 594 On 11th Street The Cadillac Garage Of course is still managed by Joe Hilton in his new loca tion between the Lubbock Inn and the Security State Bank Bldg. The repair department is also moved, as well as the gas and oil station. THINK THIS OVER! When you buy a gallon of gasoline from Joe Hilton, you get a full gallon of the best quality of gasoline. I sell this gasoline at a small profit enough to justify legitimate business practice.-We handle Racine, Bruns wick and India Tirc also Michelin Tubes. COME TO THE NEW LOCATION FOR YOUR GARAGE WANTS Joe Hilton Cadillac Garage Between Lubbock Inn and Security State Bank Bldg. the needs of their people in the na-1 tne haunts. Don't forget to attend, as all are welcome, and the program is of a very interesting nature. YOU WANT A HOME YOU CAN HAVE IT. I can make you a loan on the eav Monthly pavment Plan, for the lA'ITFD STATKS SAVIMIS BANK (IK DF.TROIT. MICH III AN, nnd also I can Make you a loan with small annual payments, at only H 1-2 per cent Interest with good on or ne fore option. 1 can save you from 5 per cent to 10 per cent of the amount of the loan during the life of it over any thing that is being offered. Come in and talk the matter over whether you want to build now or in the future. ci.ai'de n. ih'p.i.iu;t, CITY, FARM AND RANCH LOAN'S Citisent National Bank Buildinf. 42-tf REV. C. E. LYNN HERE ON MONTH'S LEAVE OF ABSENCE ! Rev. C. E.Lynn of Texline, pa- i tor of the Methodist church at that ' I place, ia here for a thirty days rest 1 I and recuperation. Rev. Lynn made 1 hi home here for several years. He i was preacher in charge of the Lub- bock Mission for a time, but wai given the pastorate of the church at1 Texline at the Annual Conference i laat fall. The work haa been mov-l ing nicely, and he has had a very j successful year so far, but the al titude of that place haa proven too j high for his family and for his own good, and he will have to seek low er altitude in order that he may hettcj care for himself and family. Me 'will likely move back to Lub bock to make his home at the end of the present conference year. His many friends in this section of the country will be glad indeed to have him and family back with us. Now Sid Says If you owe me, and you know if you do, please leave payments with Raleigh Martin at Martin & Wolcott's Store. Please SID CARAWAY A. TOJN1C drove' Tasteless chill Tonic restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. When you feel its stniujtbniug. invigorating effect, see how It brings color to the cheeks and bow it Improves the appetite, you will then appreciate Its true tonic value. Grove's Taatrles chill Tonic Is simply Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. Se pleasant even children like IL Tbe blood needs QUININE to Purity it and IKON to F.nrich it Destroys Malarial genna and Grip germ by It Strengthening, Invigor ung Effect 60a NEW FRUIT HEDGE PROVES ADAPTABLE TO PLAINS Hereford, August 7. Experi ments made here hy L. P. l-andrum, proprietor of the Hereford Nurseiy, with a cherry shrub prove that it will grow and bear prolif ically when planted and grown as a hedge. Th bushy tree is known a the I on' I pan.- berry and is t'ret'y, practical mid profitable. Then now grown j in hedire-rows at the nur.vi) ai j covered from top to bottom ith i fruit. Tbev i an b lUied from three tu fue feet art anj wiil produce a r ncry yer if ru rily rated ir. Vole for S. M. N Maris, the I'toplcs candidate for Male Nhot.ii Uioli'iit of r dut ali.in. 4 I V.ry f Hi. ii olio bu g fur th f mmI oil iU)t ioo! rut tiiiiogli iti hi s i f hi i hi ha. MIXED FEEDS FOR THE COWS. CHICKENS AND HORSES The beat you can buy- Phone ua your next order. THOMAS GRAIN & FUEL COMPANY KANSAS MAN DROPPED DEAD IN AMARILLO Amarillo, July 27. A. Hearn, 70 year old, dropped dead at the Ver dun hotel here yesterday afternoon. Mr. Hearn was enroute to the south ern part of the state on buaineas and had made a stop over in Amar illo for the day. Ilia home is in Plains, Kansas. Wltnesws stated that he had Just entered the hotel, I rrsumal ly coniirg d.rect from the Santa Fe depot. . N. S. (ricgs called the Plains Sute I'.ank i I Plains, Kansas, for information conicriung the dead man, Mine icrl notes were in hi pitMH'Miiin rudored to him by tl bank. Information disvlosod that lleurn had ft thrte "lue-wlay niurii Ing, and official of the batik were haid tu loiuio that the mall for fclo rn information bring aktd loiii.l po.-iliiv be lleurn. the body is being tit Id ndmg aJti. ra fit in rUn' In Kinwt. If ) . . isiui.g aiioih.r )ll !.!. ) t.4l M ! f . REIOVAL NOTICE We have moved into the offices formerly occu pied In Vickers &. ! Campbell at 10 0 0 Ilroauway. Call and See Us. Wilson Abstract Co. I1..n 13 III. Vtlson, Mzt. .!e for 8. M. N. iUirs, tha pe.il ics aii.loUtu f or .S.s'e r nn I. I .1. i t of I .I i. .ii-ii. a.