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INDIGESTION AND DYSPEPSIA OVERCOME Vlitimt of stomach trouble, Indi festum, dyspepsia and their allied complaint find t.mlac an ever-ready source of relief and comfort. Thous ands of people have re-found the Joys of health by It use after every thirnr vUv tin y tried hail f.iibd. Mr Mng. N hinitt. :IU7 Franklin Ave., Jit. Louis, Md., says: i"Kor the pant two years I have hardly hail any peace or comfort on account of indigestion. At night I had such had gas puins I could not lie down Btui would often sit up or walk the floor. I now eat just any thing without feeling touch of In digestion." Tanlac help the stomach digest the food properly and eliminate waste. Soon the whole system Is built up. the blood is purified and the entire body takes on new tone, vitality and energy. Get a bottle todav and start on the road to health. For sale at all pood drug gist Dr. Feriruson. in Conley Bid?., is till mnkinir those splendid fitting' plates at fifteen dollars. Phone &35. 51-tf I Governor of Okla homa Will Address Business Congress Tulsa, Okla., Sept. 2 1. Announce ment of the group of prominent hunticui men. hunkers, agricultural is's anil captains of principal Indus- tries of this seetion of tli tuntry who will address general and group meetings of the Southwestern Husi-ne--s t'oturreos in this city October IK and 1'.'. was made today ly the t'htimher of C ommeti e. I tie 01 it i corps of speakers who have accepted invitations to attend this important hiixin.'ss gathering includes men from every section of the United States ami thus makes it certain that the broadest possible outlook will he given to the problems dis cussed. Governor J. H. A. Robertson of Oklahoma, will deliver the address of welcome on behalf of the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce, Northeastern Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce, and Oklahomu Chamber of Com merce, all of which organizations are co-operating In arranging for the congress. Senator Robert I.. Owen of Okla homa, who recently returned from Kurope where he made a careful survey of European finance, will ad dress both the general conference Miller's Grocery IS A BUSY PLACE But never too busy to give each and every customer attentive, personal, interested service. You can get your groceries, fruits, vegetables here and be pleased with every order. THE H. E. MILLER GROCERY PHONE 8G and 140 "The fastest growing grocery in Lubbock" If"" c ' ' - f J' t. -41 .; .- - 1' WELCOME TO- a uri 11 ; :f v-v "LUBBOCK'S MOST INTERESTING STORE If you have anything1 electri cal on your mind, let us hell) you, as we are "Electrical Headquarters." LONG ELECTRIC CO. S. Side Square. Lubbock ,0- l 4 :'.: ii n, I'li:!'. 4''!: f 1 - V. V . til and 'iii'ip i "iif i i eii' of biiiikcM. Ak.i I' ulliile dl be one of the iinpol talit subjects dim limed at the ci.nfi ii'iii . Among the speakers i this subjeit will he Colonel Clareme Oii-ley of Fort Worth, Texas, and ailtwnt sei ietaiy of agru iillum under Woodrow Wilson, Carl Wil liams, editor of the Oklahoma Kaim i r Stoi kman. Among the other prominent men who will address the i oneness are: lr. M. J. Waters, editor of the Kan nhs City Weekly Star; Hurry II. nrcrs, vice president of the Pan Antonio Chamber of Commerce; John I'. Kiev, editor of the Interna tional Similiters Journal; Oavid Hee iioft, of New York Citk; John CJ. I onsdnle, St. I .on ii hanker; Irvin Kisher, professor of economics at Yale t'niversity. and a number of others. IDALOU NEWS ITF.MS OF THE PAST WFFK We are still in need of cotton pickers. Our two jrins are putting out about H.1 hales per day. Mrs. T. B. Walker and children, visited Mrs. Walker'i parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Warswick of Dickens C'ty, all of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen of I'lainvii w. are visiting Mr. Bowen's sisd v, Mrs. Yandersliie. Mr. Perry Hill of Canyon, is vii' ine his brother-in-law, Jess Joyner. Ir. Karl I'ipkin of Matador, came in last week to help Mr. Vandcrsli' e in the barber nhop. Mr. Walrop sold his business house to Mr. Williams, who is put -tinp in a grocery store. Mr. Coleman of Lubbock, took over Mr. Summers' barber shop and is now rendy for business. He is to move his family here next week. Mr. Glaze traded his home an I car for a farm south of Lubbock. Miss Nora Sawyer, who has been attending school at Abilene, is now at home on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ynnderslice enter tained at "VI" Tuesday even'P;.'. Those present were: Misses Nora Sawyer, Margaret Warswick, rVarl Lambert. Ymln Lambert; Mcsr. Ilarland Holt, Karl I'ipkin and (! bert Sawyer. Mr. Sniallin is having an add 'turn built onto his In. me. NEXT DOSF. CALOMEL MAY SALIVATE YOU ll i Mercury, Qukkailver, Shorki Liver and Attarkt Your Bones Calomel salivation is horrible. Ii swells the tongue, lossens the teeth and starts rheumatism. Hhere's n' reason why a person should take sick ening, salivating calomel when a few cents buys a large bottle of I Unison Liver Tone a perfect substitute for calomel. It is a pleasant vegetable liipiid which will start your liver just as surely as calomel, but it doesn't make you sick and can not salivate. I Calomel is a dangerous drug, be sides it may make you feel weak, sick and nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose a day's work. Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone instead and you will wake up feeling great. No salts necessary. Your druggist says If you don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts better than treacherous calomel vour monev is waiting for you. 12-Df POST From Pott City Post Scott Stanfielil and wife, passed through I'ot Sun-lay, enroute to Lubbock, where Mrs. Stanfobl goes to enter a I el bin k sanitm-ium for no opera: ion. The fust annua' session of the (iarza County Baptist Assie ta'.ion was held with the First Baptist Church at Post, Thursday and Fri day of last week. The new ass icia lion had nine churches represented in its first meeting. The officers for the year are as follow: T. -I. Head, Southland, Mdr.; Mr Wil liams, Cap Hock, clerk", K. E. Cox. Post, treasurer. Kev. Jeff Davis of Abilene, was with us and represent ed the state work in the association. The next annual session will be held at the Southland Baptist i hutch beginning Thursday, before the first Sunday in September, 1 92:1. Last Thursday just before dark the little baby of Mr. and Mi . Os car Braniien in fvnith '-'. n- bit ten by a ra'tlei:i.i!;r, ui.! t!i" next a!ternoon John iiabl .v- i.itten il-.ii. The hahy was play, .c out on tl.e sidewalk vhen It I. 'ti ll, .iinl John l(. wa herding cnn ,ihen I c i.'"t in his horse and at'initid io kill a ra:tler which nturti .1 (be liirht ami bit him twice in tic- I. md. A dm tor was summoned a iji K-l.lv doctor was sunimoned us , . . K I y i.s possible snd lie was r.i le- ! to the sanitarium. Both ! and John II. ar.i doing ni.tly a d arc not IllUlh the wor-e for the bitet. WILLIAM RUSSELL HERE IN "A SELF-MADE MAN' William Russell, who is among the most popular of f.lm star, is offer ed in another Fox production at the K A K. I.indsey Theatre, todav. The film is called "A Self M ule Man," and describes the advent uri of a young man who is soli) heir to hii father's fortune. The umi dn. is a fast i nr and stud.es art ith a cap ita! A. but hui little Use f ir bill-iii-s lie briaks into the m- -paper hi ailliiu s bi cn'iMi of lm pn ul r pi it , and his fall i r Hi h i ai fry Mcoi. lit disovins him. Ti.i n h 1 1 i l.i-.ii t tuitis hut d'n. Tim fniiiie set m lihi. k, but vi iil prova I. in I i be a g i getir, and he itii't out at I'm t"P i'f 'he heap It. ! fi.on tlliea isloiv tlil b .i. ' i I in I' ' ii i.nm i.- I Hi ll . in! it o i i' I i: t.t It hm io ii v I., it of t.m ii if i 'in dv , j; to i i.l , ... do I I. I in It.., .i i. ii.' 1. 1 1 1 1 1 -i i " .( I b i i I. r I , i,i I, .1, , 1 I ,1 ,,f ! .1 l,C I. ' II .1.. I . ...II , l..,fi.J t it Fair Visitors Welcome to Our Store New, Fall Merchandise Arriving Daily SPECIALS! 42-piece Decorated Dinner Sets, with engraved initial, now $8.95 Blue Enamel Water Pails, now. each 95c SPECIALS! Ladies Silk Hose, Pure Thread Silk, Guaranteed, On Sale during fair week, per pair, $1.19 HcavT Ice Tea Tumblers, while they last, set 65c NEW FALL MILLINERY JUST RECEIVED LOOK THEM OVER COME IN AND Texas Variety Company "Popular Merchandise at Popular Price" SCHOOL BOARD STARTS DRESS REFORM AT STOCKTON .Stockton, Ran. A "school dress edict" has just been issued by the Stockton school board for boys and Bil ls of the city s hools during the coining year. Short skirts, silk (l,e.s.es Hnd French heels lire tabooed lor the misses d.iring classes and the, boys must not come to school in silk . shirts. I The hoard's regula' ior.s were for-! miilnted, it was announced, with a , view to co-operating with parents to , secure a complete uniform for; school "without financial hardships to anv one " Following are the regulutiona laid down : 1 "All new dresses niade for school ; wear are to tie of uniform middy' suits with dark skirta and middy of anv color. ! "All students, boys, as well as girls , are to wear lisle, cotton or wool : hose. I "Girls are not to wear French j heels to school. Girls who have gingham dressea or other umas 01 wool or tm frocks on hand are to be. permitted to wear them, but all georgette blouses and silk dressea are to b barred from aehool wear. Boya are not to wear silk shirta. "The length of school dressea shall be Mt least four inches below the knee." - . Hill 'itv. Logan, Norton. Tlain ville and Wukeeney are ull under stood to have adopted dress reform measures similar to those announc ed her. . The Pal hart Texan. OCTOBER 9 TO BE NATIONAL FIRE PREVENTION DAY Washington. I. C I'resident Harding todav issued a proclamation ib signaling Monday, October V, r National Fire Fiewntion Pay. Tne fire waste in the I'mUd States year after year, the president declared, reaches appalling figures which are not approached m any other coun try. There ought to be especial ef fort, he added, to minimize such losses. The Chamber of ( ommerce of the United States at the same time an nounced that local commercial bod ies throughout the railed States wdl take the lead, it Will added, in ob servance of f.ie prevention week from October - to lb The ( hambi r, It is said. Iris pbeed befoie bisiiiewi , uitn. lit a nugci sled piogiam for the week and In UU incut s A : "1'i-i.peity valued at about 7,Mi. iiii),liui w destroyed by f'te in I be I'lidi I Stale dun the for'y er noliiy wilh X'Jil. The o-s d.iiinir Hi" !' y ar of till.' period wat appioiiiotelv l tunes as fe'il a llat of t - f isl ir "Polo T ihc f'l't i-o a m .oil ,.f it-,, eonrlil yc .r pi l lIV l!o d nl I . 0,1101', I'Oil v. is ad b il t i I' " I u a h l ci " HI6GIHB0THAM-BARTLETT LUMBER COMPANY SERVES: The home builder, the contractor and carpenter. LUMBER THAT MAKES HOMES OUT OF "HOUSES" There is a Higginbotham-Bartlett Lumber Yard in your home town. You can rest assured that it pro vides you the best possible ser vice. HIG6IND0TIIAM-DARTLETT LUMBER COMPANY Successors to A. G. McAdams Lumber Co. Lubbock, Texas. W M IP ' b ... 1, Ii HI to l A g. i i i u for tin i .ii.oi i' , a! in . Iiw ami kl If MARVIN OVIRTON k'LF.CTFD VILL I F ADl R AT T. C. l. "Poc ' t.M. ' I Overton of I - bo. k s. i I. led yell I. aib r of Ih.i 1 f. ti uli.it holy S.itmd.iy af I i icon lb' d he ll ii al em i'h ) !' pi' " i'l I " .Lit, hi f r tin I nil hi bl to' ' ' I. 1 II, , i I ii H i I. !-'l afli r l il l..,l.,t. 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