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TIIF. t.UnnoCK AVA1ANCHH. TL'rSDAY. NOVT.MHF.R 20, 1921.
fLINDSEY) j I man Remember that the "Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" run today and tomorrow at Lindsey. On Wednesday, the last day of the picture, a special matinee will run. starting at 4:30 for all school children. Admis sion will be 25c. Tuesday at Lyric The last showing of Constance Talmadge in "The Branded Wo- Wednesday at Lyric "THE GKfcAI VAT K- V -A -'I An all star cost Thomas H. Ince V' ' W !- .T'K T ,. -if I 7i Jt 17 II J Cr Comes Home THURSDAY at-LINDSEY Also a good comedy featuring HAM HAMLIN' fi iiny- - I t AT vKS. f W ,. v,.a W Mr - i Good Breeding Necessary For Poultry Success M. Sherwood, Poultry Husband Texas Experiment Station, i.n the following article on the importance of good breeding: One man said, "Err production must be bred into hens before it may be fed out of them." In other words hens must be well bred be. fore they will lie most profitable, even though they are well cared for. This principle was well demonstrated at the Texas Experiment Station, Substation No. 10, College Station, in an experiment using 840 pullets of medium quality but not from the highest bred stock; 17 pullets whose sires were bred for highest produc tion, and whose dame laid well, but whose breeding was not known; and 15 pullets whose sires and dame were of the highest breeding, they having been trap-nested and pedigreed for many years. The results of the past years trap nesting at the Station show that of the 340 pullets of medium breeding, only 5 or 1 1-2 per cent laid over 200 eggs before November 1st. Of the pullets from pedigreed eockrels and unpedigreed nens, 3 or nearly 18 per cent laid over 200 eggs before that date. Of the 15 pullets from r,nA'i ,wn.iA i.ni.Litrnli ftnrl hens, fi or thirty-three and one-third per cent laid over 2HU eggs net ore .vovemoer 1 A mini in, ,f thP nil PTS Tfom this last class nre from Texas No. 4, the hen that laid "01 eggs ner sec-1 ond lavinir season and has laid 1911 eggs her third season and is still. laying. She has two months to com- eggs (hiring the month of October of this verir. The pulle's lit the Terns Experi ment Siiiiinn now are it 1 1 from ncdi- g-eeil cockerels and a number of I them are fr'm pedigreed cocker"!- rind hens. These nre all singlo coniti White Leghorns. The feed given then- fowls is not a complex mixture of feeds that are; expensive. The fowls receive whob milo for grain, together with d-y j mash niiule of one pitrt each of bran. I shorts and tankage and two parts of ground niilo. ' Sour milk plentifully fed will take' the pin e of tankage; hut the hen J should have all they will cut of the sour milk. They have free access to water, oyster shells and green feeds at all times. CHARGE YOUR BATTERY WITH- FOR YOUR BATTERY QUICK CHARGE When you use the customary line charge on your battery it necessitates your battery being tied up from 24 to 36 hours. URADIA (liquid electricity) can be put in your buttery "whi e you wait," giving you a full charge instantly. URADIA Stations are eouipped to give you prompt atten tion and install a Uradia charge within a few minutes. NON-INJURIOUS URADIA is positively non-injur'ous. In fact Uradia is benefical and builds up the plates. Ura riia is principally pure water, with specific g -ivity largely duo to finely dissolved minerals. I r.idia service men us-iallv demonstrate the ahen-e of strong, acid content Ly pouring it freely on their hare hands. SOME CONVINCING TESTS OF URADIA fly the following rig d test you cm prove to vour entire ntfiction the r-rr'" of I'-ail i. 1 hev were all made hy the I'radu om iar y o"g he fore it. wa- (.-.-ii,'id to m-irl.et the ,io,,i,t: Test 1. Tale hittery tint is f o'y ch ir I ,v the eld I re ih irc me-'ioil. ccank th '. ", I..t..!v H h ,f-,l keen re o-(l o' t: -ie i- i n h-'terv A CARD OF THANKS. And a Poll.ird Comedy "BIG GAME" Thursday at Lyric "THE LAND OF HOPE" Featuring Alice Brady Also (j MOON5HI.NUO a comedy. 'rknitlM Sr&sr-fer-& of wrrfi a ARE MEN" l i ii..u f, fnllv anH annronriatelv return thanks for benefits and kind nesses re eived is at this time a (HI fi ult undertaking f ir me. I feel .. twillu ineiinn.'itnteil for the OCl-Rsion The milk of human kindness so wide spread in the human is of divine origin, and when the impulse of the divine gets possession of us we are hesfowing a-ts of kindness and of fering words of comfort and conso lation to the bereaved and sorrowing we are walking on the plain of Heav en rather than on the plain of earth. We are manifesting forth image and likeness of Him who is the Author of our being, and demonstrating the whole truth of the marvelous word ahove (pioted. (od is love. We are more divine than human. To appro priately respond to this divine im-! pulse in the human heart so niBtn-j fest on the re -cut ocra-i-m is more; than I am capable of doing. All that - i f. r.in h ,ttt.rv ir-sprrt.on. If the t lates h"e hu-k'eil muter tie -ram. res.-il battery and fi ! with I ra 'n. N ,v run hatt-ry down wi'h 't-.rter agiin. True on erat:on and com 'are; in-e- t :t- Slid yo I W'M f nd thev have returned t nor-ial. e h iv. rever heard of anv'lvr g th it wo- Id do th-s ex -e t Vj,dia. I li.M'IA hi old I- used hy ee y car owner in the country f,-r this re son alon-. Tet 2. Tak- sulrha'ed ha"ery. rins- thor oughly with soili wa'vr, emoty and fill w 'h t n- (!ia. Shake well an I t'-en o' ve that I'r al- i h-is hl-.'te off the su'ph .ton. K-i -ty orteot. and refill wi h Uradta rd your ha",ry is r,ly for instant use. Another rea-on for wheh car owners can well afford to use l'Kl)A. Test 3. Temove plates that have h u kU-d r- ,r..l..nmH ,1 1 si-ha rv from bstterv that is rted ty worn out se;mraior. inv-ri m-w h. CHARGES INSTANTLY rators that have been soaked In Urad for at least four hours; replace plates and fill o1 with Uradia. Vour battery is again ready for immediate use. SAVES MONEY Uradia Service does awsy with the extra expense of battery rental wh fe your battery (s being charged. Uradia charge costs less than the old method. It has been known to give 60 per cent more hours than line rhtirged mUteries, an add tional service bused on cost per hour. Yes I'RMM eliminates much of your bat tery cos'ts as well as solves jour battery service problems. PUI! DS POWER Re nose I'rndia builds up your plates and does not overcharge or undercharge, it holds a strong uniform charge, therefore adds to the power of vour motor. An intensified fat s-nrk nt all e n nre the maximum lorce in coo, niov the thrill of a strong l--vmg motor puwrr eV-ttrg in n II! !l V charge in your battery. UR D1 A PRODUCT, rt.US A SERVICE I'rulii is h-in.lle,! hv regular a-'thorired de les, with le 'aclit es for gvit-g -e most eom-lete. e'ficient bitery service. I nil I sta t a.n ben if rapidlv rl iced in larif ci'ies and tours all over th country Thee n-en in r-hnrge nte f Hy trained in the I'nd n me'lu-U snd are f e.'l to render efficient battery service. Kvery I'HM'IV charg" is guaranteed to f il-f-'l cm ty 1 1 am made. I'R'DIA s' I'ions will give you In a few rein i t, hie yoi wait", a service that formerly re,,u red d :vs liv the old r-ystem. N'o maer how ,1' hi .'. -I '"iir battery problem may be. drive i--o our I'r.rlu stato.n a"d t-ll your troubles. N,j cHnrge f-r nnsweriig iile -tin". 11 possible in-v.- tg-to n Is w elcomed. Do it r ght now. The freeving point of a I'm- charged battery is lower thin under the old system. We have expert battery and ignition men to fcrve jnii. t" I- b PATTER50N. Prop. PHONE 72 LUBBOCK URADIA STATION J W Lor.ted 2nd door E..t of th. Fir. Station, in fe-iHir,, formerly orcaoi-d by Lub-T.s M.lor C tnan i am cupaoie. m u c o nreil in tne ru k or one s n,w I ran say in behalf of myself, son. (j(uri.Ht pllg,..,..jri s Can't daug'iter, grandchildren, Hnd other j m,.mlM.r those hatipy joyous relatives and friends of Mr. John . tjmes when Mother used to g; l l .J....aa.i.l im t h 1 1 1 I t I Ik. linnet? PARENTS AS EDUCATORS Tho Best Story Teller In The World. I'.y Anna Mae I'.rady. Memories mean much to in es pecially as we grow older and who ; ttw , . Litio hit ns Vi ho docs not count the early home pictures treas ured in the ba k of one's mind as its you re- are- f ree LITTLEFIELD CATTLE CO. SELLS STEER CALF CROP Littlcfield, Lamb County, Texas, Nov. 23. The Littlcfield Cattle Company has sold its steer calves, crop 1921 to W. L. Kllwood, and is now delivering them. There will be something like 2,.r)U( head, and the price was $JJ.."0 each. NOTICE! Call Cicero Smith Lumber VorJ for Roof M.m: 2 5 years experience; all kinds I of roof painting and roof repair ng. All Work Guaranteed Phone 24S COKE COUNTY IS PREPARING TO BUILD NEW BRIDGES F'lans are being made for the con struction of a heavy steel bridge across Oak Creek, between Hronte and Blackwell on the Del-Rio-Pan-adian highway. District State High way Engineer Peary and Assistant Stephens of Rallinger, a-companied by Count y Judge J. E. Stoi kton of Robert Lee, Bnd Commissioner W. J. Vandore and W. D. I'ruitt, visited the site and made preliminary in snection, a-cording to a report of the West Texas Chamber of Com merce. The Dil-Rio-Canadian high way has been graded through the large part of Coke County. With the com"!e!on of this bridge this wi'l be one of the finest pieces of gravel road in the entire Hate. gather us rprentlv deceased, is that k...- L in th evernritr af- we are truly thankful and grateful, i tFr tne jny'j work was done and tr as we can express it, to the many friends and neighbors who so grac iously came to join us in our recent sorrow with their heart felt sympa thies and helpful hands: we especial ly thank the good ladies for their devotional vigils beside the casket up to the time of the funeral; we Bin eerely thank the many friends who, individually and collectively, eontri muted the many beautiful flower wreaths; we thank all sympathizing friends, and do most cordially thank Hro. A. N. Julian, our pastor, for his noble services. And above all we thank (iod for the out pouring of human kindnesses of whi h we have been wc trust the grateful re i ipients. J7-Ip JOHN' R. M.-GLE. A Christmas Gift Nothing more appropriate for Christmas than your photograph. Make appoint ment now before the Rush Comes. WE DO KODAK FINISHING in the moat wonderful niofleii it ha ever been our privilege to hear? Many of us have studied the art of story telling since then and have heard the world's greatest story-tellers, yet to us Mother surpassed them all. We never knew what story she was going to tell, that was always a surprise, and bow we did like to guess which one was pominij! Wasn't it strange the very night Brother jack did not wash his hands and said he and Jim Thomas we-e never ro ing to wash their hands again, wasn't it strange that Mother should tell us the stnry of the Pig Brother? Ja. k i : Ti .. l, .usl thjtir ruirwl " . . ... ii'tw.n I elude Atrnn iiT - irn n iitii I iiinn u. Ku'h Elizabeth told the r't irmmn Johnsons Studio Leader Building Phone 301 SAN SABA VOTERS WILL VOTE ON ROAD BONDS V. P. Took, one of the cowboys of the S;iU(le ran h, who has been here for the past six weeks on ac-ount of a br iken leg sustained wh.le brand ing steers on tin- ran h, is able to be about, and will go buck to his ; work soon. i i., W. T. Cook, salesman with the ..." ... . ' ,lerf ul! v Sweetwater Cotton Oil Company, was; nial,t)H,,v)1 fllirv tale. And every here this week, buving seed and ' evening we hud Mother Goose rhymes M-IIing cake and other by-prod t- j for the baby, but I tlmik we older , ,, ., . . , . ... !iies enjoyed tlu-m as mu h as the of tae mill. He .iid business in this;. . . . .i.,,,,,,.,!. ... ,..., the-.- sertcn was good, as our tarmers are j rny,es mm inir so mm ri seei. u.u in: uic -ale of feed i halted by the excep tional crop raised here. uti 1 111 lit i it i ii iti it 1111 ti it 1 1 iitiit iiiii ill 1 111111111 ii ii iiiiii linn ii ii ii i in i w M 1 1 ill i ti iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii: C. D. SHAMBURGER n n a b ra hp i n I ' il mm . n ;i 2 p before she r mid talk, she used to lang'i und clan her hand when we would say them. Sonietim ......I i, muK mi tunes and sing them for her. Those were very ha-- H ny times, come to think of it they were the very nup;ie. i r r-i known. When we went to the Kindergar en it seemed just like home because there we heard the same stories M-v bi er !iad told us And wasn't it fun l l...- ull.,u.,l lis In till them to the other children? In the primary I this time our firs reading bonks comaineu o many of these s'ori s we knew and hi eii that we reud it through in no t"e. Mother i" gone lo w but I can shut my rv' i and c her in that old r k-,-r, and iie-!y en-rv day of my bf" saoiethimt front the-: ..oi ies she t "Id iinies to me. I g' c.v. 1 li.'encd in tra Iv and lived 'lorn men lha' l,.u I.e. nine a urt i,f inV life And Ran Saba. Texas, Nov. SO. The! Commissioners Court of San Sabs, County has called an election far he purpose of voting good mad bonds for road district No. 1, San Saba County, whi. h territory In-1 ,. th,. ritv. Following this at ion citizens of the west -rn par-, tn.n of San Saba Coun'y have ad vised the llieiway Bureau of the West Texas Chamber of Commerce that they have requested the C m missi .ners Court to a! an el-cti n in their part of the County f r a fi: Ml (i(KI road bond issue. The tiwn -f Ki hland Sprint's 1 xa'ed in the Western part uf the county headed tin movement. f Sold on Installments I Phone 419 ! S r HlilllllMMII lllllllltnittllMtlltllltltlttlKI'll lllllltlllMIIMIIMIlHIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllMIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIHiHIIIIIIIinilllllll.llMllimiUlllin Uiev mu'- . , . in Mie end of tunc far me M itbr pHin ol t y .. . I . .1 I.... I .I...U . Il HI win aiv o'' fij ' rller III the world. (I T. M trill, i f I ml in i, was brre thu hnl of 'he e.k li ku.n at er l is f,rin. lie 1 1 well i l' in 'I "h 'III cll itl Mini l I t old of In ! 'J I H. JONS HELPS TO KEEP LUBBOCK ATTRACTIVE As can be seen from the well de signed fronts nf our many bisiness houses, H. II. J"os is doing a gr'-ut deal toward keei ing Lubbo k thu most attractive pla on the plains. ii- i Km busiest man in town at and his e-.rk i las"!- monument tu his skill. II is called u on by every business man in ti wll 4i,. n putting over a ale needs hi utteiitun, and his rourteiu and ef fi ii nt manner is a prist as-et as hv retait-.s the f i iciulhi;' 'f all Ins us lon e- s. , . Mr Jons i not limini'g his work to'M,'o iaiutu.i al nc, a he ba a huge building wlieie a h l;ir is ke t liu-v sulfa lug aaloiiu.bilcs la be bin. J I -.1 lee i i : oi I.. I. I y,,i. . f i ill ( oi.rl Kni .g of th i ri,.,n-le lU-'il I, an I - In t' ' C , l'' "d I" l oo i If l-ail 't Ut " lie has i it i.-onu led d S Very n U riiblu j ! en ll,e front and u l i t the II id'- Hi .'Lit Mer " ''" :;t.r. , alb lw. n'y f."f I"' h wlut i n..,' a bla k I 4 Ig aiind al ' I fun tn't lin". We aiu prul of lb.. v ol. Iia Is d-ii, a" and "" I l he I a cie UU l by eiy ihc .o in.' d in (! M "il ap.nai a'oe I , l.b, k L I "ii y i l hhI li. m i II. a' f' oilj be Ills l I , . h. a a il I' l"W" 'n"' d... in a ,; J foikio.ii iai A Product I Known by Its Quality Medlock's Dairy Products have lived up to and are now living up to all the claims ever made for them. The Phono Number it in your directory H. T rlild bure frm ,UI .a rroUy Mr t H u- ral l l iih the !al lUi.k, "f thai , I, e