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THF. I.UnnOTK AVAI.ANCHF.. TLODAY, NOVF.MRF.K 27. 1921.
RATES PER LINE OR FRACTION THEREOF 10c Avalanche Classified Ads GET QUICK RESULTS PHONE M You can get quick sales or purchiM by placing an ad in (hi department. NO AD TAKEN FOR LESS THAN 30 CENTS FOR SALE FOR SALR Dig Type Poland fhlaa Piga, taut months uld. Orange and A Wonder breeding. $10.00 with Pedlgroo. Chas. Padgett, Plaim, Teas. 29-8p FOB SALE OR TRADE For vtandar lien notes or cattl, practle atty oew Wallia tractor, 1 525 horse Cwm and four disc plow food outfit it have ao as for. 8. C. Rouse. Hit FOR SALE 60 acres of Improved fcsMl with house, 3 l- miles North Waat of Lubbock. J. U. Slagls. tOtf FOR SAI.F 80 acres, 10 miles N'orthwTst of Lul'boi k, 40 acres in cultivation, good house, barn, snd windmill. Close to good school. Party will consider good car as part payment. Hire Is a rhnm-e f'r you to get you a home with little money. Halance ran rm 9 yesrs at R per cent. Better look Into this. Price 156.00 per acre. Sears and Powell. FOR SALF Two well located lots cheap, will take cow or sell on eaxy terms. Thone 723. 25-4 FOR SALE OR TRADE Case touring car in good condition for rord Coupe, town lots or good notes. J. W. Jennings, 25tf n our r- -... broke mules. A. F. McDonald. 20U FOR SALS OS TRADE Paige ear (a good condition. Phone 80, H. I. Crawford, IMP FOR SALE Four room house, four lota, well, windmill, tank, orch ard, cellar, small barn, electric lights and sidewalks. Close In, can use Ford rsr, wagon and tram. I also are 40 acres near Deming, New Mexico, for sals or trade. Bot 691, Lubbock, Texas. 26-3p FOR SAI.F Hum's Spotted Po land China Ilcgs. means fewer sows, nnri tilv mnA Kifrtrov hnM M a hinrA noar weigns tu ids., in nrceamg condition. Some yourg males for a!c. I'rl e made on in.piiry. L. B. Hum, Hi'irgins, Tesas. 27-1 FOR SALE Some rood unlm- proved quarter sections of lsnd near Meadow, Terry County. Small cash payment, and long terms at low rate of interest. Mrs. George Arnett, owner, Lubbock. Texas. 29-tf FOR SALE White wlker baby, carriage. Phone 617. Mrs. Brasil. 27-Ip FOR SALF Four room house with bath, well, windmMI and very good out buildings. Will sell cheap, as ! am leaving town Would take some good residence lots, or Ford car, as part payment. C. D. Crimp. 27-lp FOR SALF Some close in resi dence and business lots. A. F. Mc Donald. 20tf FOR SALF Largo flour aniks for a!e. Martin's Bakery. 19tf WANTED FARM OR RANCH WANTED 1 have rash buyers for farms and ranchea. If you wish to sell got in touch with me. L. Wesley Read, Ab ernathy Bldg., over Leader Store. 16tf WANTED To buy several loads of mesquite grubs. Call at this of. flee. f3tf WANTED Position wanted by perlenced bookkeeper, typist, and re tail shoe and clothing salesman. Ad dress Clyde Edwards, Crosbyton, Texas. 26-Sp WANTED A secondhand dress er, must bo a bargain. Phone 320. 27-1 WANTED Homo laundry at the Wa' kin's head quarters, 50j per d t- J. Huck-23-2p en for family washing. A. ahee, the Watkins man. WANTED Position on or before January 1, experienced bookkeeper ana naniiy shout the office. Able to manage business, know how to meet and deal with public. Address T. H. S , this offico. 27-2p wanted To rent farm near Lubbock, have good teams and tools, able to run myself. Write Box 312, Durant, Oklahoma. 20-3 MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE Full blood Jersey bull, will make the season at my bam. A. F. McDonald. 20tf WANTED To do sewing, dress making a specialty, 1710 Avenue J. j 27-2p I WANTED !i00 ton of maize heads and car corn. A. F. M-Donald horse and Mule Co. 23-tf ! FARM LOANS Rates reasonable, quirk inspections, prompt service. If you have maturing obligations ar range now to extend them. L. Wes ley Read. Abernathy Bldg., over the Leader Store. 16tf STRAYED About two weeks ago from my place northwest of Lob bock, two Poland China Boar pigs. Any information as to their where eVu.tji "ill hp "ital)lv rewarded Frank Bowles, Phone 9013. 26-tf HfY TRKFS from a home man J. M. Witt. Phone 0O14-F2. 12tf LAND OWNER Wo are adver tising the land we are selling in Hock Icy county all over the State and are getting prospectors for other land.) Some are wanting land near Lub-i bock, so it you really want to sell your land come In and give us a list on it. Texas Land Exchanga. 21tf SEE Lewis and Meredith for spec. ial bargains in an improved 5 acres, close in. Also several 1-4 and 1-2 sections, well located and Improved, at 135.00, 40.00 and $60.00. These are fine Investment values. Call and let us tell you mora about them. 24-4 NOTICE: To Agents or anyone desiring a prieo or any Information on the Colby Thomas property, please seo Roscee Wilson. 23-4t LEARN TELEGRAPHY Limited number students accepted In Tele grsphy snd Telegraph offico account ing, positions furnished upon grad uation, possibility of becoming op erator or manager on either course. Call manager Western Union Tel. Co. Lubbock, Texaa. 24-5 TYPEWRITER Re-building, any part for any make work guaranteed prices reasonable. Out of town work given social attention. Offire supplies of all kinds. Office Equip ment Company, Lubbock, Texas. lfitf MORTON J SMITH and Frank Vaughn of Lubbock, and Mr. Chiplrf of Crosbyton, are selling twenlff thousand acres of Slaughter lands at f UO.OO per acre. $3.00 down, ba ame in ten years at 7 per cent inter est. Land is located 45 miles west of Li'liliock and 22 miles ao"th of Littlefield. 25-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE A Ford son Tractor with 3 and 2 Dine Olivet Plow, all in good running condition. I will sell for cssh or accept in pay ment corn or Milo Maixe., all com plete F. O. B. $600.00. A. G. Krue ger, Caldwell, Texas. 25-4f FOR RENT FOR RENT New 6-room dweltta; Hth bath, garage and windmill. 4 nice house. Phono 352. Lewia-Mer odith Land Co. 20tf LOST AND FOUND LOST Diamond Dinner ring tween Grammar 8-hool and Lubbock Sanitarium. Reward $20.00. Retura to Avalanche. 29-4 STRAYED Monday or Monday niirht, a horse, 3 years old. branded 7C, on right shoulder. Any informa tion in regard to tr" ill be appreciated. The Avnlun he. .... Write or phono c tate University Lands May Be Placed on Market Seminole, Texas, Nov. 28. Arthur: I.. Duff, county attorney of fiainesj County, has taken up with the West! Texas Chamber of Commerce the mat ter of persuading the hosrd of re-1 gents of the University of Texas to! dually sell the land owned hy the i nivenuty in Gaines and Andrews! counties. The universi'y owns more than $00,000 a -res in Andrews County alone. Ninej pr cent of this land is suits Me for agriculture and 7S per eent la high-class agricultural land. The Midland A Northwestern Rail road bisects this great body of land fur a distance of more than fifteen I miles Duff bwlicves that the university, would net considerably more money! if the land were s i!d to settlers than is the cn now by Ira-mir it to cat tlemen fur grazing purposes. j Duff advocates selling the land on s smaller bais ;hun was the ease in j the .-ale of s-hool lands in West Tex as during the !.it twenty yeas, most, of whi h was sold in four-section lots. He would he opposed to let'ing, ne man have more than one section, snd believes that if the sections were; tit ino halves, or even quarters that most of it would he taken and by horn fii. auricultunsts who would huild homes. Full O' Pep If you have tried everything else and failed to get your hens to laying, try FULL-O-PEP. Car just arrived. Phone your orders in for this real food for chickens. Th omas Grain and Fuel Company A number of the Ralls people who i attended the Thanksgiving football ! irame here stayed over for the pro : irrsm at th l yric theatre that night. I.uhbo'k offers splendid entertsin j ment fr out of town visitors and we are glad to have the people of Ralls spend the evening here. SLPREME COt'RT REFUSES TO HEAR INDIAN CASE Washington, Nov. 21. The Su preme Court announced today that it had rrfuved to hear the caso brought by Texss Cherokee Indians involving title to more than 1,000, 0O0 acres of land in Texas. WATERMELON CLUB BEING ORGANIZED AT CARBON SANTA CLAUS Will Make Our Store His Headquarters His toys are on display now, one of the most complete stocks of nlidnv annd pvpr sfinwn in , Q rr j Lubboclc. "cp O D Prices Much Lower Than Last Year FOR THE GIRLS We havo beautiful drenaed Sleepy Dolls ($2.00) each. Also doll furniture, doll carriages, range stoves, tea seta of all kinds, doll dresses, doll jewelry, doll heads ami hundreds of other articles which are popu lar priced. FOR THE BOYS Electrical traina. mechanical toya of all kinds, air riles Daisy pump, priced at $6.50 each. Wheel gooda of ail kind a. WELCOME MOTHERS! Bring the children down, let them see what SANTA CLAUS has for them; you will not be obligated to buy; children al ways welcome to our store. v ' OTHER MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY Beautiful decorated China Ware, 42 piece Limpgese TThina Dinner Set. priced at $12.50; French Ivory; Cut Glass; in fact you will find practically anything you want in the way of gifts. Lubbock Variety Store IL B. HILTON (Next Door to Cty Draf Store) MRS. J. L. CHASE n. D Carbon, Texas, Nov. 23. Follow- inir the work of marketing water mel ons as worked out by County Dem onstrator Means of Tarrant County, as reported by the Servi e Hureau of the West Texas Chamber of Com merce, a watermelon club has been oriHnirefl here. The l'ih held its firvt mertinir N'nv. 12th. and tha ' next niee inir is to be held Nov. 2Mrd ' At the first meeting premiums were awarded to the (rrowers of all mel- ons exhibited weiffhinff over 50 pounds. It is proposed thru this water melon club to first stimulate the acreage planted to melons, and then to co-operately market the same. DWINDLING COTTON SEASON INCREASES UNEMPLOYED Stamford, Texas. Nov. 23. Word has come to the West Texas Cham- ' i-er of Commerce today that a rge number of unemployed have been at- J traded to this section by reports that there wu still plenty of cotton to be : picked. Now sine the cotton sra- ann is over in this territory and practically all the cotton has been I (fathered, scores of them are having i to return to their homes without work or funds. FEED GRINDING AND CRIST MILL FOR IDALOU We learned from J. P. Alvey, a farmer of Idalou, that a building la under cosntruction there that will bo occupied by a general grinding outfit. It is reported that all kinds j of grain will bo cared for, and that meal and flour, toe-ether with crush ed and mixed feeds, will be shipped I by tho new company, we do not know who is behind tho project. STANDARD VARIETY COTTON WILL PAY FARMERS BETTER The farmers of a county will find their marketing problems much eas ier if they stiik to an aerecmf all plant one variety of aiood hard 1 1-8-inch staple cotton and have lue prins equipped to handle this one grade and thus avoid mixing lint with a short stanle, to say nothing of keeping planting seed pure for the next year'a planting. If this nlan can be followed out and a largo enough quantity of good, hard 1 1-a-inch cotton is produced it will bo no trouble to get in touch with export era who will send repreaentativea to I our county to buy this cotton at ai premium. It's worth trying. Bigl Spring Herald. A. M. Evitt was hero Ssturday, transacting business, from his fsrm fourteen miles northeast of town. Introducing- DEVOE'S PAINTS VARNISHES We are proud to represent this well known line of paints and varnishes. We have known for some time that this line possess ed unusual merits. We guarantee: DeVoe't Paints to covtfr more surface than any other ready-mixed paint on the market! Whatever color you want, we have it. ROASTERS for the TURKEY Come in and get our prices on roasters be fore you buy a new one. We've something attractive for you! R. A. RANKIN &SQNS Lubbock's Finest Hardware Store II. A. Farrell was here Saturday from hia farm, aouth of town. INSURANCE Sound Advice is Free AJ bee atriof ! it. Il is a SMico ml iaautsm asea wko kaow fmmt bsMMtt as this Sfaawy Joes. Not muf sound liberal palicUt, but adja! fir pravaaliaa adi a is air-r4 yait bp Ika llsitlofJ Hre lasuremo Co. INVESTIGATE THEN INSURE! Here to Stay BRIGGS DENMAN ALWAYS ON THE JOB PROMINENT PAPER SALES- Texas, and his friends are numbered1 MAN MARRIED IN DALLAS by his acquaintances, wno wish for ,, , 1 1 im and his a prosperous, happy and Lrnest uouth uas hero Saturday : useful life, in tho interest of the Talmer Taperl He has a lro'hr near Abernathy, , Company, of Dallas, making hia usual ! Charles Go. th, who is looking afer , round, but In his general appearance 1 hia farm intereits there, and tild aa and conduct a happier ilnpoition j Atisianrhe rvimror tH4'. he was . i was noticed by the Avalan. he force, well plcawd with the plains country who, on invent uratun, found that he i Inat he Intended t k.p his 'snj 1 wa emmg -nly a perfect rn'hf, ivr Abernathy as he ices great f-, and thnt the i hang in dtipoaitlon , fillMa fr i's increjM in otue. Wo ss only rirtturul. a on VVeil'ieis , ; vo.ild vr piu.i at ny tnr'w t, V..vrn.lMr Vr-d, he was married til, lean, of his i.ii.-iiin t make the "r. 1. w.iein, l'I .-HO .A III "III I : , fits IVllMi I ha out le n-nrru- in Hi ' mi. ini. tiirilistely after nut n Mr. (i.mlh's regular territory sl in apr for lila i'iifit"MV. Mr. tioata is well knua all The Vnliiw II him ranch, s nitS-e- i.f i.l.l,,,, k lis ln',L-.l 1I, u hk'Muw i t,,,ilgsl ( Mulilo iiuw. rva, uf l.ulilHxk,