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C j .- 4 sm W aw v V W W w' W1 ' m "Feeling Fine!" Ml 0 Ml ll pl and thin, rianTy tile to go," uya Mr. Hessie Hwrdrn. p Central, S. C. "I would iullrr, when I itood on my left, with bearlng-down palm In my side and the lower part ol mv body. I did not ret f ) 0 well and didn't want anything f ia est. Mv color was bad and S ' I trlt miserable. A trie.id of mine told me ol ft 8 Tits Woman's Tonic Ind I then remembered my mother med to take it. . . After the first bottle 1 was better. I began to fleshen up and I re gained my strength and (food, healthy color. 1 am feeling fine. I took twelve bottles (of Cardui) and haven't had a bit of trouble since." Thnuaanrla nf other wnmM 3 have had similar experiences in (?) the use of Cardui, which has brought relief where other ?J f) medicines had failed. pj r If you suffer from female ail ments, take Cardui. it is a woman's medicine. It may be p) K list what yoit need. 1 At your druggist's or dealer's, e n 0 Luther nurbnnk, the plant wizzard was arrest by a California traffic cop. Luther was probnbly tryinir to cross a street with an auto. Ohica Ifo Journal of Commerce. mi Qumtn That Does tot Affect tf Hew ' 'iwrMll tnnic ami laxative rffrct. TAX A ' '! v iikOMO 01 ININH i ltlrrthan oi'lmnn t ;ir mi'1 d"r n"l cause nervnu.ne nui i p- h hfsil Mi-inernlHr I'ip lull nn' nui . II. 11, c a-vnaniie I K. W. C.KOVK Achievement ; EH T F I ! Citizens National Bank IT'S THE BANK FOR YOU! m Think About! 3W ". jifc 1 1 r-i-Vi i IBP COLE'S HOT BUST HEATERS Colc-Myrick Hardware & Implement Co, Slaton Chamber of Commerce in Charge of Lubbock County Exhibit j At the Abilene West Texas Fair l.iibli.ii k county's agricultural e hibtl Is here. One of the most i omprrhenxive, Well selected county frr i. ii If exhibit ever hown hi i uny roimty fair In Texas, consisting ' ..f almost nil of the knffir family of grain sorghums such a red nn I white kntfir, red and white maize,. feterit:i, orange ami red seed ribbon j nine, blink and reel top eorghuii i rune, all of the. above being shown j in head and in bundle, siulnn, re I , and white Indian corn, winter and spring wheat, twits, barley, peanut', i also a stalk of tobacco. Vegetables, nik h nit beans, garden and field peas, cabbage, red and white onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, beets, radishes, sweet and hot pep pers, sweet and Irish potatoes, two varieties of pumpkins, four water melons, kershaws, gourds, rhubarb, okra and turnips. Fruits, such as peaches, apples, plums, figs, also twenty-four jars canned fruits ami vegetables of dif ferent kinds nnd varieties including crapes, strawberries, etc., also the butter bean which prows a bean more than two feet long, and exhib it, ng the famous jack-bean stalk with its sword-like pods. This exhibit was (rathered and is shown exclusively by the Slaton chamber of commerce and is under the management of J. T. Overhy, of the real estate firm of R. J. Murray & Co.. and J. ('. Stewart, another leal estate broker of Slaton, who are here now decorating, dressing end equipping the Lubbock ' county booth for the great West Texas Fair, ( J'ter having hied themselves to the gardens, farms and cellars to accum ulate, puck and ship this agricultural i liihil. Slaton, which is located in the MUtheast part of Lubbock county just above the cap-rock, is now u ily of more than o,"jllil people wl:en but 1 I years ago it was prairie in the heart of t big ranch, inhabited it that time by prairie dogs, coyote.-, end antelopes There are more than 30 views Not only in accumulated strength, in fi nancial prowth, but in friendahip ami es teemed fellowship with the hundreds of people we call "our customer" that's the achievement we are proud to acknwo ledf. SAFE EFFICIENT PROGRESSIVE Some thin J to TT.:-L -r -.L-. .1 1 j l.l for coL Hurl of Rii that i)iQ mi I i to Ji of jJourfuJUIL 'Think of Kt jour M0in Would unount to in Mr WitK llus rmailuli Rng. Ttiink of tK miint in ton y'oart MrMca, Trunk of IUn tK )ill paj Its o'n InituI ant vlrulo Mrhnf you. Vt'' Jt ot jurt vihat you va ihinlufif atout POLE'C SANITARY DO'N DRAFT RANGE Th Stov of txilaibtt calurtt -ALSO i,f Sln'on being shown of street scenes, business house, churches mid resiliences, also a pi ture of Sli ton ,u I '.Ml and 11 lirger one of ' which is interesticg and illustrative i the rapid but iuhtanliul growth of the Wt't Texn town. Farm Land and Prndiictt Mespite the extreme drouth this year Slaton territory is making an average of 1-1 bale cotton per acre, and with the increased acreage is producing more cotton than last year. Maize is producing from .'1-4 to a ton per acre. The wheat crop this year was good, producing from 15 to L'O bushels per acre, while many farmers threshed from 20 to U! bushels per acre. The anil is a deep red sandy land to a black sandy land with some deep shinnery sand, j Stock Raiting While much of this territory is now in farms, there ia considerable j cattle raising, also much interest' in hog-raising the last few years and J many thousand heads of cattle and hogs are fattened on the grain sor ghum and hay crop of these farms. Most of the cattle are shipped to Fort Worth and Kansas City mark-1 ets, while a major portion of the hogs are bought by the packers of Los Angeles, Calif. Progrrit in Building j Two new gins just completed this year making four gins at Slaton, one of the best cotton compresses in Texas, an lH-ton ice plant now under construction. The Slaton dis trict voted $'J.r),000 for good roads which will be used immediately for the improvement for Slaton trade territory including two crossing" across the Yellowhouse canyon just north of Slaton. There is also un der construction a 1.10,000 school building. The Slaton scholastic census is lU'J.1 for 192'.!. The SuntH Fe railroad shops are located here an.l the pay roll is more than $i0, uou per month. There will he on exhibit each day one quart of licpiid corn. It is es timated thai Slutoh's corn crop is KiMiltK mg al !:-1 one barrel per i acre. -Abilene Reporter, i . i THE KEY THAT UNLOCKS , THE DOOR OF LONG LIVING The men of eighty-five and ninetv years of age are not the rotund, i well-fed, but thin, spare men, who live on a slender diet. He as care ful as he will, however, a man past middle age will ocassionally eat too much of of some article of food not I suited to his constitution, causing in digestion or const iiiation and will j need a dose of Chamberlain's Tab : lets to move his bowels and invigor-: nte his stomach. When this is done, there is no reason why the averag" man should not live to a ripe obi age. 54-4tF FARMERS MUST BE CAREFUL IN SELECTING WHEAT SEED Owinir to rfisastroUH comlit ions, makinp our wheat crop in West Texas practieally a failure ami par ticularly in thiH district, the (itje t ion of (rimil Heed wheat (ihoultl be interesting the minds of our farm ers and they should be looking out fur pood eed. Of eourse it ha not rained for an nir" and Horn'' are holding hack no doiiht on that a--court, but i! ha aiwnys rained, n the L"rd sHitl in the beuinninp' tint it wo.dd ruin .! m tl:e just and un just, and in tr-al case rai'i fhould reach all of us. We ought to he luuking out for seed wheat suitable to produce the best results. It has been demon strated to all who tried it out that good seed produce the best yield ur' the small extra cost for good seed over the ordinary Heed will pay big dividends. 1 here is perliapit enough good need in the country to Hiipply the local requirements and it behooves every farmer to M'cure or arrange for what need he will want before it is all shipped out of the country, and in this way elimi nate the necesHity of paying the freight on the eed if it mu.-t be shipped back. No one is capable of advising what clop will be best If) depend on or when to plant it, but, it is a fact, tlnil if we i'it no mote than .;i lur l.tre from the wheat, it will 1, veil w.olli the tunc and epcn-e .f pWn?- 11. g a big hi reage, at lea.-' C.'-ivj '. .i.M be some on every fans.. ii i. on- aie erv Hbntrmal and li.eir'i im m i was a time as now wloti ti.cie r'.i.iild be thought iind piiui'ion in fon ing uheail. We cannot af ford to give up at this stage uf the game. Wheat wus short, row crops la. k a lot tif being noimal, i ii. n is pour, and lots of the hogs nr.. being I ..shell on the market but th" fellow who will buckle down and do his best will win without a doubt. No Worm In a Healthy Child All rhtlilrro irulW1 with Wurma tlva an ma hi alitiy o'lor. li b lull, atra pour bluul, and aa ru. tl la mK it lea toniah disturtattra. oKilVt S TASll LI'S chill TONIC ivq r. ,ull dtwot thr, w,-4kIU rnri. h tha hl'RMl, Im prove tli diiirti,.R. atxt a-t at a (.-nrral Ntrrntn Hltn4 I.-Mir t' lh- wli'.li, ..jrMrm. Nature will thra thrw f? "f ili"il o wKiiia, and the I hild ftiil ha ta prlnt hral't ' I'lrnsant I., latr My t hi.ttla PAMPA MAYOR NAMED HIGHWAY REPRESENTATIVE I'limpa. Texas, Sept. 21. Mayor F I. Leid of I'limpa, lia been nnm nl I'anhftndle l'l.'t;n Leprr-entat ivt of the T- xaa II ghway As nition. 1 he a"pointmcrtt a inndtt by Secre tary W. T. heeler. There i" ii ' i"oo iig the f i. t that the I i i- .e of Nltlo's i Htiil V t ft I r.ii. i'h t i i a 1 1 y in .e.i in'i.nr m hi. h in i I iii,.!e A . i iim-I -i i! h1 X.ct,e nl S I i ,-' n .-'!ir 'I I.m i.g,- i f ti i n i S f r t'.ii I cm III I - M i . i.l v. ) J I , I I III v., I I f .1 il at l .- II.. rt f.,1.1 I inn FAIR A. B. Why ? The 28th, 29th, and BOth are Fair Days and also the last three days we will be in this building. Our new house is all ready waiting for us, but first we are going to sell all of this big $75,000 stock we possibly can. Why ? Many of the Fair visitors will come miles and miles to visit the Greatest Fair ever held west of Dallas and we want to make their time and money do double duty. SOME OF OUR MANY BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING THRU FAIR DAYS Ladies Coat Suits, Fair Discount 10 percent Dresses, Fair Discount 10 percent Coats, Fair Discount, 10 percent Corsets, Fair Discount 10 percent Shoes, Fair Discount .- 10 percent Men's Suits, Fair Discount 10 percent MANY OTHER THINGS NOT LISTED We Are Looking for You and Your Friend in Lubbock! A. The Jennings Confident Lubbock Co. Exhibit Will Win at Dallas Kverything is net for Lubbock County to kike the prize at the Dal ian Kair this year, and County Agent J. W. Jennings declares that if we do not make a allowing it will sur prise him. The exhibit'! which will be d': played at the fair this year are stored in a room f the courthouse where .Mr. Jenning is assorting them, to make the exhibit the most attractive one a! the fair. The fart that the drouth has hurt crops in this e, tion does not in dicate that crops will not be at its best, for it is proven this year tbut regardie of dry weather the plains country is in a class to it-sclf as a producer. An Avalanche reporter was shown through the store room Tuesday morning, and though we have at all times felt that there is a tendency toward discounting our crops this year to a great extent, and have tried to remain along the top list of optimists as regards this feature of our country, we learned on this trip to the exhibit room that we have been a little olf as to the real value of Lu'-fk county lands and we believe tla! anyone who will take advantage of an oppor! urii1 y I" W. i!l. the thing-i that have b-n ......iiiolikliei) hei. iii raising iirre agriiultuial prodvt tha' tl.iy will niso be awakened to n keener un derstanding of the great po.si!u! il n along those lines lo re. Tl... f')n,,il...r ,if t'ommi-rce for.'. home demonstration agent, and the county Hirent have worked laitn fully, and the farmers and truck growers have co-operated with them well in preparing the greatest ex hibit to be shown froi here, and nhould the Lubbock county exhibit be realized to be the best at the fair by the judges it will be no sur prise to us. tjeo. W, Biiggs ami Mr. Jennings will take the exhibit to Dallas. CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH IN A FIRE NEAR HLRMLE1GH Hcrmleigh. Texas, Sept. 2.1. Thursday about noon two small Mex ican children were burned to death on the L Si battle farm five miles south of here. The parent of the children and mime other Mexiiaris were puking cotton Home distance front the wag"" where the ihddr-ii were asleep. The wagon bad high frame fixed W.th sniina and bed d nif en top. t'ndir the bed Wi le two trunks whi h c..iita!i ei lotlii' K and nboiit I I" in ni in y When the fire wn f,rt noticed a fish ti the w ,g n by all -f the n ki n i r- I fon, bit too ! ite to mm. the ihihlien tine of tl cm t ..ill to i-H lll HI I'oi fhtniea n, I th. it full I n k. It I" ' If I'"' , h '.li. n "k np i ff the I, , hi I Hit b no nth, where they DISCOUNT! AT- Conley, Jr.'s B. Conley, Phone 185 Store of Quality and Service" The City Drug Store WELCOMES YOU TO LUBBOCK If you a.e in need of any kind of toilet goods or any sun dry articles we carry ve will be glad to have you call on ua Anyway, we would be glad to have you pay us a visit while in the city. Mere's hoping the Fair is bigger, grander and more in teresting than ever and that you enjoy your visit in the city. f- r .T-- -1 - f--iinii i n i i nJ Phone 422 struck a mat h and find the bedd ng and the fire bad them cut otf frnoi the front part of the wagon. ilurial look place here f inlay af ternoon. A donation in the way of clothing and money wus taken. SEASONS FOR OPENING GAME HUNTING IN TEXAS For the convenience of our read ers interested in hunting w are glad to print the following Game Laws, regulating hunting in Texas: Deer N'oTcinbcr 1 to December 31. Q iail - Dect inber 1, to January 31. Wild Turkey March 1 to April 3uth. Migratory Gam Oirala. (The seasoim here shown aro thu times when migratory game birds m.iy be hunted without violating tither Federal regulation, or Mate Pink, goime, brant, coot and (.iill Inule Oitohcr In to J.inunry 31. I I o k'. li ed and Hidden I lovera and Yi lhi.tl. gs in toher IA to I'c ci nd er .l. W.l-i.n Soil of J u k -nipo - h to hi ' til to J.inuHry .11 I'll. I Hi tub i r Ifl ! Noveoibei 3 i. Dove Septeniher I lo I'ei ember I Ih Jr. West Broadway REMOVAL We have moved into the offices formerly occu pied by Vickers & Campbell at 1006 Broadway. Call and See Us. Wilson Abstract Co. I'lu. ne 13) K I. Wilson. Mrff. J. J. Sharp, D i . I Hi f- f.'h and II. . (,,,ir,lh. Went t I Hit. I . l. ,M.,i,.l.., to u. -il an. I kl. In, ll.e t.ii,,iii . f '...er I 1. 111,1 b. II NOTICE I II.-..N, Hit: Uh c