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Tl IH LUBBOCK AVALANCHE, F K1DAY. AUGUST II, I9jj.
DESE RTED match or iNrrnrsTiNr. NEWS t ROM MONROE Schools On the South Plains Make Fine Progress The Swisher County Schools Improving Rapidly mv'c i-y . r Count :nir is ' though, that within n few weeks u.toiil t ru tion will bee in. With the completion of this build ing future prospects for the hoot's i.il-an. cmcnt appear liripht. Rc;-;l S huo'i Making Profreti 0-n nlt-rnble prcgress is betng oh- hv the rural m hools in S.vih- tv. A new $'.', 000 build- hc erected at Love. Honus creilit i nouia ce given i nave uiso ibtn hh-u i -.-.. ... - must, not overlook i i.m-o nuiiuing tor me . tod districts of Centra! I'larns ana Auborn. There ate twenty-four school dis tiirN in the county of whi-h six teen have voted a special school tax of one dollar. Two schools, Klktns uid Love, have erected t"ncheragc. r . . ... i.i mjj I I uiiil nci noi. The Tulia schools are affiliated! The hools ,f the South Plains with the State I'niverMtv, and hasa-e nil making splendid progress. 20 1-2 cred'ts, twi additional cr d is 'The people as a rule are progressive being added during the past term, i and believe in good schools. They In a wav progress has heeti tm-i are willing !n mot eases to- supply pered berause of an inade-p.ia'.e ! the r. Iv,,l hoards with the necessary seating rapacity, out it will he only j funds with which to push the w rk a Khort time now un-il that will have uhng. and as a result the schools in been overcome. A hundred thou- ;he plains tour-try instead of h-nig sand dollar school bond issue has ! ;nferi-r, as a great many people in been voted and 'he cot-tract l-t f"r the east would belli ve, are above ano'hir mod- rn build ng Work, , (h(, aV(,rH(?. and in manv instances however, is being delav-tl because i ... u i : ..... ... ..... of the inability of contractors to '"' the h-t in school .n.prosen.cnt prucure material. !t i th-mrht, ; ami points of affiliation. Citizens of Tulia are rather proud of their public schools, and r:gh' they should be. Few cities the size of Tulia can boast of a better pub lic si nooi system or mote - jn nn. j instructors. Under the direct management of Superintendent I. C. Harwell and Principal C. C. West, the s hods have nude irrcnl progress. Ami while due these men. one the efficient corps of teachers wh have so nobly agisted th. m, and i' is a well known f.ict that no s- h-ol will succeed unless peace ami har mony prevail. There must be teilm work and co-op- ration, anil in this Tulia has never been found hit k- ular anil highly respected young peo ple of the Midway community. TRADE TERRITORY OV JEW- ELER REACHES FAR AWAY Oscar Collier, c.f the 0. K. Wat kins Jewelry Store, aM maker, hi.s the reputation of being the greatest expander of trail-; territory of any other l.-ral bus-ne's man, that reputation being established last week when he received a watch from a customer at Clairiw-rit, Wy, A letter Aivomi awed th- watth, s'ating tbat the owner, Malcolm Chism, had taken a dip in 1'owdet River, taking his watch along, and ns he was in the water some time, the watch had gotten 'hmoughly soaked, the vnse beini: half fille-i w:th surd whit h had sifted thr.mr'i the t p, one i f the rings around the m having been remove 1 at anoth er tme. Mr. Collar took grc-it care to Have the watch goin? ngs.in in tne lea-t time posnblt, aid the Wyn minj: ctitofier is by this time en joying the use of hi? watth. r ri- . It'll--Id tlit- Mr l:.')n..bls, o.i-il .!- r froi.: M ti-ivi.'w , f.fii-ht-l h ten tiny meet' n,. I. Sun-lay h'fc'bt. S-v-n ml ,1,1 ocx VMie innilt- t- the Chiii-b of ( hn-t lili-l to re toiiuiolis. The -1 1 it- pi in her in In begin a inci ting ;,t i-.-rniitiiy rntiiiy nigni. The I'.tiptt meeting l-cgiiM tl iy liighl at this place. Mi tiv.on. we understand is to h meeting. fcvei yboily should be at the Liter ary St-ciety Thursday night. We are making wonderful progress an the member are always ready to repond vi hen culled upon and the commit tee is hard lit work on good pro grams. Mrs. Matheny has been on the ,i-k list, but is now up again. Mr. Spencer Wilkenson and father jtre heie rebuilding their gin that uas brought from the boll weevil di.-trict. The work is progressing rapidly. The equipment is all prac tically new, and the ginners are glad to he' locating it here on the Plains where cotton grows and has none of the parasites so well known in other countries to hinder its yield. The lo cution on the Monroe switch is ideal. May they enjoy a good business and add materially and personally to the betterment of Monroe is our desire. The Teal family left Wednesday iv.orniiig for a two weeks' visit in New Mexico. We aie ulad the road is being CTuded between here It II I I.uhbock. We see no reason why we should not have it K 1 earth road until it is giadetl which we hope will be in the near future. Many hearts were made g'ad by the falling of a good rain here Sun day night. When we work and do our part the season usually comes. The crop have freshened up and we hope for a good yield. BELL COUNTY MAN NOW VAN ACER OK THVI1I.L N K. It. iV-ivi , f.-rm r'y - f l'-M I'm. !. b ,t n -w a citizen of L-ib-boik, has taken manig-ment of C'a-ide ll.iilSufs Tumble .'. I'ool, and is n-w rv.rtg every cperp !.i lillike tha. -Tl of t':e in-s' at- Some Non-Essential ';; Industries May Be Shut Down Sept. 1st f i ni p llltol l one trnoi b!y i f- w - in. 1. 1 fr - mrl. Illtbo el t. Ill HI W- ' me ii-nri ;h the only iitlnd nil i and p-M'l-i n I't'iin yl- Mi iibii.g..-i), Aug 7.- A nation a id. t h,,t -low n of iion-cs-cnt i.il in ,1 i-tri-s will come by September I, tl ill.-4 the t oal strike is settled, (iov I r ii Ilia-It t officials keeping a t lose watth on the i.ipidly growing fuel borage said tonight. The bur- c-al ieive of C'l.fMIO, not) tons which txi-ted when the s'rke began on April 1, is n-w vir tually exhausted and pioductlon is only about half of the country's nor mal requirements. Production imr-'ii d rtmi.OuO tons Idling the pil -t week. Production increai-ed null, CD') ti ns during the la-t week, u- cording to fig-ires maile public tonight by '.he United States Geological Sur vey. P'H lh:s is a comparatively mall amount. It was said to In due to better transportation fu-ill- -es in the middle Appala- hum Coal it Ids and n--t to the reopening of in te ni'iies closed by the strike. The n.inib-r of min ti n' ban- the Pi -evident s Ian ct ion i . ex" O'li'i !y not nv-re than f f to reports to (lev- Mr tie da.r!.:.i, Stjimfoi-I, at parents, Mr. dan. 1 C. Kyle and ,t- I, i y lllun- he, of i unf. Mr. Kyle's ami Mr. J. A. Jr- r. in-red under b triop proti mall, probably tl e'l, a " oi ding t tliiiient ofTa-ial While I'rcsi.J. nicrs me lo a-l the ni:nerv-- ro t ailed by Pi t !. w !s of the miner t llar-lieg nml his' .King bo;,efully 'o- ra!ors conier-i-lt-rit John I., to meet in Cleveland M- ly e!ne s.i that it may nday, the fear is ..pi n-her- in official r,r le riot su-ceed. M m-T J. W. GRAVES & Company CALL 319 When you want COAL, BRAN. SHORTS, CHICK EN FEED. CHOLERA CURE. .'VSECT KILI.ER. EGG PRODUCER. HOME GROUND MEAL Bring your chit kens in and trade thrm for insect killer anrl egg producer On R.jilroad Trark fa-tfe and interesting playground ir the t t'.y. Mr. Uav's was o ie of Hell c-"n-,j n-Mt substantial citirens, and la- n- cotisiilt rat le property there, etol in Lcblio It county, am! it wa aft'-r veriil day spent nere pr- t i g . -r-l that with 1 i ill i! to n,,'ii Mr. il'irlb-it is for I . vi! g t nin ii,'-'' of t Ve il e is corgi i and i l-vav looking aft es t of his patrons, w h -enme so w ell .! l-.cl; Mil' It- d--li home here, ar"l -, be cot gr.v.'.ilated i ),'- . i .'- u 1 m! !.- N. it, ac-'-'i oiaiiiic- ith .1 view i f rendering every n rvi e p..siMe in conection with the reg'ilar m conimodations (, the pool, and has annmimed that before mit-iv davs he will add several feaMire to the pool which will make that alr-a ly Mrs A. C. Costin of Lamewi. I popular playground more a-.-onimo-mother of Mrs. F. R. Pickens .of (.biting for the li-le fo'k as w. ,1 at this citv, is in a local sanitarium for the grown-ups. .l medical attention. She is well known I He empha-izes the fact ns. the in Lubbock, and is being cared for i park adjacent to the pool is op -n to in every respect, as her friends and 'the p-;l! - at a'l times, and that the rickens aie irta-l pet-ue oi i.ih" -' r " - the friends of Mrs. Tit ken aie to offer every comfort possible, and we are sure that under (inn favor able conditions her absolu'e re. - v eiy if a mitttr of only a few days. SEMINOLE From the Sentinel. M. A. Salley, of Scurry county. has been visiting C. II. Wescott and family, south east of town tne past week, and while here he purchased :i2'l acres of land one mile north of Kairview school house. lie intends moving here the coming fall to make Gaines county his home. Dr. anil Mrs. L. D. Richards were called to Midland Tuesday to attend the bedside of the latter's brother, Cliff Longbotham, who underwent an operation for appendicitis. Dr. Richards retined I Thursday while Mrs. Richards will remain there a few d.iys. H. V. Renfro and family arrived Friday from Goldthwaite and expect home. tax for school purposes, same cur ried by a majority of t- to 44. Ta-h--ka .a never yet failed to vote n-v'i! on ii-iy matter that pertains to the advancement of the town and ii-mmnnity. Tahoka bus one of the best public s-hools in this section of ih vtnie If von are looking for at the home of i ,. .-.i.,,.,. to live where vi-u i an have 1 u- Miss Kliinheth Robbins frderw-nt an operation for apei nd-citis in a ! at sanitari-im Wednesdav, Auir evt 2, and will soon be thfe to be I n-.'-ain. Miss Robhip, i- poa-.Ur ir. Lubbock, b"ing a rrln e fa '.u :n ail .-'icial e . rits of the t.'.inv- r set. there for th-ir tartie-, pi-rile-, e ;v, when- sin h !a. e - an b.- used. With'n a few years, when the re certly planted trees are of sufficient sire to offer mm h bnd.', tne im provement work the Tumble N. t-tit'i-Hireniept hits done will be n-ile clearly realized. Horn, t-i Varkham, ;vht p-ain- Mr. and Mr ' -ndav. A gi g 'l. ' J im--! P. t T'h, an WE GIVE NATIONAL Saving Certificates to our customers in addition to the best service it is possi ble for a procery to give. Ask your neighbor why she trades at the "Clean Store" she knows! Hunt Grocery Company The Clean Store Phones 24 and 7S a ce-s to a I've school, move to h'-ka. Cary King, director of the Tahoka Chamber of Commerce Itand, has announced that he will take the band to Post Saturday evening, where they will rentier special sel ections and spend the night at Two Drnw Lake. It is likely that the bund will be accompanied by a num ber of Tahoka people, anil we are sure the outing will be thoroughly enjoyed by all. The News overlooked an import ant item of news in la-1 week's 'ie, in not mentioning the jail b-eak ng of Will Dulaney, age about es-l.i- inuLu Kttmirwiln fhfir filtnn Mr. K.-nfro nutws that before leav I thtrty-f vp years, who made that all the ein cuim- from the Lynn county Jail ln,l..,l nn th rnrsleated on the third floor of the court and th'tt it should arrive the latter ! hi. i-e, th m,rl ,.t Ihw week- lie eXtlPCtS tO I A $-". ') put a sufficient lorce oi men on me construction work to have everything completed and reatly for ginning to tart in !( days. Nick Alley, of Hale Center, who ranches southwest of Seminole, the first of the week delivered 600 steer yearlings he recently sold to Jenkins 4: Armstrong of rloydada. They were loaded at Seagraves. TAHOKA Lyaa County Nrt The annual Methodist rrvival meeting will begin at the city taber riMcle next Sunday, according to i-reviuu announcements given out y tha pastor. Rev. S. J. Upton. Rev. ('. V. Williams of Melrose, N. M., who ceniloi led the meeting in Ta hoka for this denomination U-t yeat, has bt en secured to eoml it t lha servues aga.n this summer, ami the Chllstinn people of the tn nil community aie lookiig f..rwarl wllh tagrr audi i atioii t" the br- tinr-intr 'f lt-e meeting. Rev. V illmms bus already pi-iveit (bat lie I t a C bktT i f "f uio uul ability. Laif i-w.ls atti n I , both !.iy an I n gh i-i.n- b. I I . i.t iitiiiiiur All Hi s iik'-i ' .-n and t - iniimniiy ai n-itf-l I ' tul pall in II- "kT i! e I I n-T i.l 1 1 i I iiiu t or l- ikt : l h rlixloiii I til :i.itlu, I . f' in H nit C m n-ao,ltiiiao niirht of tin -Mrd of .liilv. $.'.". IP) reward has been offered for his arrest. Dulaney is said t be a earn Mer and all around crool; and dope runner. He has a soar on the rik'ht side of his head ami the end of h:s nose is gone according to a description sent out by the Fher iff's department. lie is charged with white slavery. No tract) of the escaped prisoner has been found up until Wednesday night of thrt week. The Baptist revival meeting which has been in progress at lha city tabernacle the past two weeks, will probably come to a ose the latter nart of tha week. Kev. R. E. Smith of Waco, assisted by singer. Rev. Cowles, and pianist, Misn Smith, have .worked hard and faith fully during the progress of tha meeting, and althougn there has been only a few conversions to dale, it is evident that their labors have not been in vain. Rev. Smith's plain goicl message have been re- j ceived favorably by the people or every denom. nation, anil If there were any ihurth members who were I not inspired by his g...el mcai'e and who within thei- hearts failed, to find a resoonsivN 4 lord, tin re was- something wroiiif aid we are urpri -ed The News fei I that Ti lt, ka an. I surr-.tiudintf ttiritory l.a bun f.ia'.'y helped by l'-e nnrtin ami l,oi- It g - d lois b- i m tl n-e for , the tan a of the ri i i!iinht in -tl,.- on i-f Talt--l.a. , l.i-v Y N I. tun 01, Li.111-' inlti iklvr of Mi-Uv, p- rf. lined C. r- 1 tit 1. y .ai-iiiUy f - in , unit ,rf III 11 ..1 1 1 . !! r ll.itimt il,i-f and M - II -Hi r l'ta-1 J. .I... n. p-.o- , I Here are the LateSl Shoes A partial of the very latest shoes for men and women are here shown; all of the many new and beautiful shoes for fall and winter can now b inspected at The Leader. We will gladly show them to you, so come in! A whi All WHITE KID prattr number :h comas sisas. only ia tha abova wbita kin. $7.75 Coot Ik KID 1 In ailbar black nr Wrown ry lalatt nan1 all sis $7.00 Vi 1 I Ik cr Wa am sura tkat ya will lk Ik ... ,hu. ka. a. f.r yn tka finnst ajaality al asaninat rica. MAHOGANY BROGUE Man's ' fine aJMaatkar iin ssesJinni waigkt sol, all stsaa. $7.00 BROWN OXFORDS Main Ika linaal k4 In aitkar klack nr krnwn. All i aa al $6.00 THE LEADER incorporated I ,t r - i