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fTTTTn ft. InlJC LUBBOCK, LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAUARY 20, 1922. PUBUSHED TWICE A WEEK VOLUME XXII No. 42. ONE MAN WILL BUILD EIGHT HOUSES AND OPEN THAT NUMBER OF NEW FARMS DURING THIS YEAR FRED BOERNER RE-ELECTED PRES. OF SVINE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION RED CROSS WILL CONDUCT NIGHT SCHOOL FORADULT MEXICANS fTRST SESSION OF THE SCHOOL WILL BE HELD MONDAY NIGirT IN THE MEXICAN SCHOOL BUILDING TEACHERS VOLUNTEER THEIR SERVICES The Rotary Club Hu Agreed to Fumuh Conveyance to the Teachm Free of Charge and, Thirty-Five Pupilg Have Been PromUed for the Befinninf of CUm Work. A N'itrht School for th adult Mrx tram of Lubbock will be opened Mon day rmrht at aevrn o'clock in the Mexican School in the northwest part nf town, under the direction of the American Red Cne, wi'h the teach rrn of the l.ubbo. k Public School donating their rcrvice and the mem ber of the R rtnry C'.ih furm-hing ronvrynnce to these '.cachet i t.i and from the . h""l Approximately 3.. a f M l .m have already I n rii .!; I nn-l cv- rral cla-e v. 'II I"' nf'iiv.i -I to are f.,r the d.l'fvroi.t g-.i-b ' f "' "'' and tier id i :) ' "n i"o ' '' 11 n iu in reiiilmir, w ' !" ii mJ i-i I i.lirtr the I".' r ;'; d " Theni nr.' m y r iir.Vr of yr--n ' j.le in Mini. ;m t"M a cannot riruk Fncli-h, much I"' rend r write the Ingung ' k, i"' of Hie'" not rcvl or write '.h ir n largir.g-. An effort will be mad" ! t-t h Hie'" rnnu eh Frgleh to njie.ik our lung, uuire and asi-t them in hecomitvf re rponib!e citizens of !he town and country. Thi i one nf the rn'riKti r plant worked out by the Red Cross and meet wl'h the most enthuslnrtic approval of the educated e!s cf Mexican, who have pledged their upport and co-operation a well an with the rlii that will h enrolled In tha school. The Mexiian popu lation of lubbo.k ha been exccp tmnally crderly and law-abidinr nd have taken great pride in keeping their part of thr town in a clean, aanitary condition, Last summer dur ing the Sanitation and Nursing Class ea conducted by the specially trained Red Cros worker fur two month in thin county, out of the eleven -!..e. una had it m of rrrat Interest t' note that the Mexican class held the highest percentage of attendance a all the time than any other i!s in the- county Their eagerness to learn the way ctf their pew country, our own Am rriean, mak. thin work a most r f rfatit't f eld f-r irreat (r."d, not only t the in!ivi1 ml Mi'H'Hii ri a h-i throuifh thin plan, Imt alo f .r thi y and S'a'e at Urire. They are here ant i.iir let pol.-y arol tue rioi policy to f..!.iw i t-i If.ve tnem every j fKvl,e-in'.in. e In lie. oinin He. I riralile tiltn'" and eduiatinn 11 the. firat irrre.(i.i- ie I'hey mut be able ti read Aoieriian peiiMr and. apeak the Krirh Inririaire before they rn hp to be desirable Amer ican citienn. If any of ymi di ire to be i.f ani'- neo phone the K"d fro Sretary and h will hp able 1o nte y m either a a leather or to ait in takintr the tea. her hai k and from (heir nrht rlaiwrii. MF.TMOOIVTVVF.s7 TY Cl.A$ HAVE SOCIAL TUESDAY F. M Tha Waley fTaa of the Methodiat Runday . hl had a moat enjoyable aoelal, for tha member of tha clan and their huabanrfa, to&elher with ajama invito fuet from tha de partment head of tha achool, at the Crnia of Mr. and Mr. Sam T. Pa rt, on 1001 Are. O, lart Tuaaday avanln. A food attandanra w praaant. and a flna time w ra portad by averyona thara. Aftar an "our brim full of amuaement. da ' lijrhtful rafranhmant wera aeral ay tha antartainmant rnmm'.ttea. Thia rlia la ona of tha livaat Sunday School claaae of tha city. It baa ait anrollmant af 83 and I prowinf faat. Tha teacher, W. C. kylander. In a ahort Ulk during tha nin said ha anpected tha clua anrollmant to ba a hundred at'ona within a few week, and na f'ltn noub-h In tha work of tha Indie af timt clnxe tu believa thnt tha en rollment will reach l.'.O before thr bird amir amm in tha S.irmj METHODIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY INSTALLS OFFICERS Tha Annual InxUlIa iora; of ()f ficera of tl." Meth oli Miramnary Society hold at the homo of Mrs. W. A. Buoon, l mday !,..', iHM.n n HO wi.il n-o'e than 70 Indie of h church prem-nt. Tha officer were Inataltcd by Mr. K. JI. Aduma, of Slatun, Diatrict S.-cretary of tha Mi aionary 8o iety, with a inoxt Imprev air ceremony, Aitlnir Mra. n-'n a hotew: of tha afternoon war Miadame Ar olt, IUIdridRw. Barne. UaiiRh, Mean, Baard, SHncT and Meailtfen. Sev. oral aoaiial number wera kivi n dur ii,K the program whi.ll aa clo-ed with a two courae aalad c iurna daint ily i-rved. Tha offi'-er InBtalled for 'he com inu year wera: Fraiid-nt, Mri. U. I. Si jibs VI. a Prenidi-nt, Mra. C. N. N Kerll,,,! Kecordina; Se -r-lary Mr. J.f Babiridira. Mr. Pyran I vy rrc 'xinita- Se-retary and Mra Walter 3. IWy. Treaaurer. Via Lola Fctitt, of Floydada, I viaitina; Miu Guaaio Cannon, of Lub bock for aaveral day. Mra. T. B. Palmar, cf HarmlaiuK was oparatda on la local hoipiUl MoneVajr. Printed Butter Wrappers Helps Sale of Product Fii If ! ne Finery, ill f.ii hn a ni. h'rd of dory V II . .i.f,,., hi. i... h I.IIMW 1 it . r f .!,! -d . I MO ' "U .Mi H'li II h;iv ; th-'v i t M M . I.' I, I' I' g r, . i.n h v. 11 1 . v ic.. , . I... .!,...;.!. I ti ' y f I I ll'en III. 1 . i f "III t lie ITIM I'I V" 'Hi ll'iil i It V :tt lll ."I'll r :i M'l ot.-!. i d hii on!, r i h I b l;il" 1 1 ii if - ni!. I .' t In PtlT." lO.IHI'lll'.l vii!nr. Ii.- f..r Ih iniiii d wn; r.i. time a;.'.. , bit tlie ' del - i"i"n ha . not an Avnl'ioi ! i ii'- Tlmt 'i ,i l.'iiK rei'lt of tlii i hii''ei ai yet, i porter wa m the Spike Hr. i. f.r.e -cry Wednendiiy and found ih.it tbr were irlad to handle Mr. Kmi-ry butter, a their lilomer alwuj'n el f..r it, a they know it l pure, freih and ilean, a di'lnftion whieh any ath!e muet have to meet I he re. iiiir.'meiit of advert iintr. Mr. Kmery'd f.irenlteilne in thii n'a'tir in to be appreciated and we are mire that aomedny n 1 1 farm er will awake to the (treat rciiltrn torn that they muit make a buine of their work ami handle it a at tenia ica'ly and Judiciously a a bank er wiiild hi ilepoitnr' ai'dom, and Mr. Fmery hn net a uplcndid evample r,,f hi fellow farmer. Think about it now, how many pound of rreamery butler have you Keen on the market without a printed container? It i Jut. a rierrnry tbat the farmer fleifna'e their pr. d'ii'i" m i' i f r th.i Mii'letiie OeamerieH, Swift Company, or any oilier manufacturer to liilije bl "oiN, find until they reaUre thU f ti t le n rl el hi if firm produ't will be diffi olt a it would he for an iiti llilieled peoilui to l ompete wiili !! ailvnrtied iiti.I known hrund' of Ifo'.di Plains Pioneers Celebrate 50th Marriage Date ClHieiiflon, Jan. I i.--Fifty year Hifo in f'amdonville, Anileron Coun ty, Kentucky, V. A. Itunlin and wife of thi pla.e were married. Tbl event waa celebrated with an annl vernary dinner in their home In thi city January 2. Huntin i an old timer here. He nay: "It waa in IHKK, that I firat aw Clarendon. There were only about l frama houaea here. Tha Jail wa a teel eaara. A bo car anwered the purpoa for a wholesale tore hou for all kind of merchandiM-. My wife and I wera tha first to put our name on tha mil when the Methodist . hurch wa organized. That wa in IHM9 and we didn't (ret a church house built until 1H90. In I8N7 we made our firat crop In Tea. (Jot four cent a pound for cotton and Iwenty-five centa a bushel for mm." Mr. Huntin and wife had s'x chil dren. Two died In infancy, the oth er four ara living and were tiresent it the anniversary dinner. The two daughter are Mr. Marv K. Price nnd Mr. J. II. Cooper, of Fort Worth and the two son are Tom of Ama nllo and Fred of Clarendon. There are five grnmb hildrrn : Jaunita and Andy I'rlm, (Jtiorun and Andrew Cooper, and the infunt daughter of I'rcd. ABERNATHY MEN HERE ON BUSINESS WEDNESDAY Mr. Itlchter and editor Redman, of Abernathy, were hera Wednesday transacting business. Mr. Hi. liter la about the busiest man in that town a together with m duties a an ordinary citizen he ia vii e-prcsul nt of the Abernathy 'haniber of Commerce, rashier of the First Stale Bank. of Abernathy, and ieernry of the Farm Ioan Asso la Ion of that f lare. Mr. Redman may not he quite o Susy a Is Mr. Rkhter, but from the anpearance of the Review he i a mighty good rustler and i doing soma mighty food work for that town. Percy Spen.-er and W. W. Camp bell went t Amanlli Wednesday to go Infer the i ourt of Civil Appeals to ar?"o In the case of Aleiandcrj v. Cr. 1 1 roan. The ra wa former, ly trxd in tha Distritt Court here,' itnJ an apteal tancn. Judge R. A. Baldwin, cf Klston, waa operated on In a !.-ci aamtar mm Saturday, January 14. V. V. Flrown, of l.ubboi k, ha made arrniitrenienta to hnve clbt wi ll ar ranged home and other huildlnir erected on hi land, ait and a hnlf mllea xoiith of town, and will put one thoimand a re In cultivation a noon a condition are favorable. F.iirht home and one thousand acre ot land all at one whack, la fforfik at a lope in tha bulldlnjr line, e think, and are mire that to people In other atate where forty acre make a In rife farm, will wonder what the reporter who write thi artii le ha been drinkinif, but nevcrthelen, thooo ulirht home will be occupied by experienced farmer a aoon a 195 Fires In Texas During the Month of Dec. I A', "n, t i-,. 11 i; ; Mi . r;. . , r i;. w. !.. M..r fr i i'i t . , c e.I T !Vy, S"iie ' I 1 . i' J ' t ; 'v Hint lire oiii i -li;i !s 1 r I I tie 1'ii ii'lf 'If moTi'h ..r (Icri'i.'ln r '.! ' wi re ;i i. 'id of I'.'". fue wiili a t 'tal . '! ..f i',:,v;. 'I'l l"" reports, 'iid T.ll. y, do not yliow th" totnl BiiioiiTit of property destroyed by fire in the s'nto d iring the month of Ileeemhcr, Ii it merely show the os paid by the insTirnnrc companie for the pant month. The total Hmount of o of prop erty will doubtb"' run over a half million dollars for the month, it was stated. The experience of the last month, Tilley said, should bring home force fully to the people of Texas the lie ,.,...iiy nf the prevention of fire and should also serve as a stimulus to every city anil t"wn In the state in their efforts to improve and make more effective their fire fighting facilities. The Farmers of the Plains Lose Many Thousand Dollars by Not Utilizing the Products of the Soil The rini'i iew Herald has gH'her.-d noun, interesting fa ii'moi! 'he: amount of products shipped into tlm'l i iiy that the farmers ran raUe right I nf home if they will get down t'.j hiKiiics and uti'ire the product of The soil The Herald says: Mere how I he people of t be S..ui h PIiiitis live nt home. A survey of the grocery stores of IVainview was made yesterday bv The Herald Ten More report that during a year's time they sell to the people who lue in Ihe I'lalnview trade territory - the "hopopolis" of the great Southwest ;i,il pounds of dry half port, packed in the center of the packing industry and shipped into a territory which ships out annually almost three quarter of a million dollar' worth of pork. H.H00 pounds of bacon In pound boxes. 7H.IO0 pounds of fancy breakfast baeon in strip. H.otin pound of ham. It all happen in the greatest po tential hog country in the world. There are old in Plainview each year pork product for each person In Hale County dry salt pork 3.14 pounds, boxed baeon ,KH pound, breakfast bacon 7. HI pounds, ham .K pound. Hog dressed in fancy pack ages, reshtpped and resold in the land of their birth! In one of the greatest potential dairy countries in the world, iH.WO cans of condensed milk are sold in ST. LOUIS MAN HERB j AND BOOSTS WEST TEXAS K. I.. Henicker, vice president of the Preminger Company, clothier of St. Ituis, wa here Wednesday, helping to stock our merchant for the business they are sure to have a soon a that rnin I here, told an Avalanche reporter that the sales men for hi company had all been outsold by tha representative who work thi territory, and attributed their uccea to the superior finan cial condition of tha Plain farm-1 era and stockmen, and said thev wera going to keep a man in West Texa all the time to rare for th trails. "Thera I no need te. worry here. a the people have nn troubles at nil as compare! to those of ether section. All that really effect the buying power nf these peopl ia tht they are not aware nf the finnnc.il condition that surround them. I wcild not give una Vet Texa customer for half a doxen of the) same calibre in I. astern towns re said. All we have to aay abo"t hi statement is that ha l de id rig'i' about it. Thene men who trivel fr'n c.ne ide of the S'a'e t- the oth"r have someth'n? reil Interest ing t" ay, to n if wa will oplr li-ten In on what they think, end thi 'act w.a made evident by Mr. II"nirera eutementa, a ha i-weu po-ed rn ro"d'tir r cr t,-e xt'te. aa hi company haa mea ia all parta they are completed (and thut won't be very lonir tiff a a larire part of the lumber i now on tha irroundH and teiunMcr are hauling larire load every day, and our builder ro in a nin onie they atari on a Job), who will aHkint in producing wealth from thr natural resource of Plain land durinir thi yvr. Kvery day men like Mr. Hrown make hltory that will be recojrnired a the brfrinntnft of iimkinaT Wml Texa the unmnt. h able proilurinu area of tha atate. Who' ni'xt. There' plenty room left for buildinir In Lubbock county, and nur lumbermen have all necp aary material. Tarrant County Out a . Year On Its Federal Prisoners I !:iu federal pr;-' .'icr . in the coi ; iai! is evc'i-ivo, -ording to W. P. ::r i i'", I'n, 'ed S'nfes d.'pu'y iti:i' wliu lia i linrj'o of tlie job hen' I' .r tl .- lil t three oi'.oibs the bonrd lull f..r prisoner in the Tarratit coon ty Jail mnoiinted to $l,.r.i;2 Ml, or more than $i!,i"iO per year, allowing SO cent per day for each prisoner, Pin aire Mild. an enormous board bill," the deputy marshal continued, "and the worst 'part of it i that most of them are only in Jail for a short time." Sin-'e he was first sworn In office Savage said that COO warrant had been issued for alleged federal law violator. He took the oath of of. fire April 11. A J. proximately f.0 per cent of the wariants were for liquor violators; 2't per cent narcotic and the remaind er for violation of interstate ship ment, Matm act, Pyer aet and other federal statutes. l lie leading tow n of the county, to -ny nothing of the sales in the other townv This in a country which is capable of entering dairying on a larre clp productively. .. lM,l'iiii dim of beans are sold in Claim i. '.v unnunlly, on estimates frorn the wholesale grocery houses in I'lninview. Tins in a country where the wax bean, the Pinto bean, and' any other kind of l.enn flourishes around any man's windmill if the nan ha initiative to plant them and n good wife to care for them. 1 4 4.000 i an of corn are sold in Plainview each year. Pit, 1100 can of tomatoes are im irtel annually into a section which raise tomatoes sr cond to none. While the windmill work only part of the time, the good farmer worries along with hi wheat and his kaffir corn, feeding hi harvest hands on toma tor canned in the North. He buy the tomatoe and the can, throw the i nr. iwrj. ff.nu mn i.'i ii, 11. Mint. '--, potatoes, bean and milk must be paid for in money from wheat and kaffir. He sell a ton of kaffir corn to pay for a case of tomatoes, haul ing it to town in a wagon and rush ing in an automobile on Saturday to get hi tomatoe. He trade four bushel of wheat for a rase of con densed milk, generally getting his milk two can at a time. In the land of the cow, the sow and the hen, we live from tin and wonder why prosperity doesn't smile on us. who know how to sell good and when thing go against them it Is because condition are bad, and what he had to aay in comparing West Tcxaa with other part of the country wa mighty good. Not thnt we have any sat.sfaction in knowing that condition are bad elsewhere, but becauee these fact show that there I no room for pessimism in West Texa. Attaboy. Mr. Henicker. You told ii something that i good for u all to know and emphasized the very thing we've been telling them of in every issue of tha Avalanche. CONTRACT LET FOR ANOTHER NEW HOME J. E. Vickera ha purchased ma terial and let the contract for the erection of a home on hi plare, one end a half mile west of town. Again w have something to 1e nroi'd of in the building rrnr'tn of t.ubhock county, which will add that re ii h to the development of thi ter ritory. to Mr mr,A Vpa I I Wind. ell. Wedne-d.iy, January IS, a finei IT. 1 1, w.iiini? seven anil m ran pounds. Mr. Wlndeil U employe at ti e lf ; '-e Hr. Store, and ha been asiocisU'l with th business men of T ubbo'k for tha rat few year, and haa many fri. od her who jia them la welcoming Ua )vss( lady to Lub Sok. CONVENTION MET AT HEREFORD, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MOST INTERESTING SESSIONS EVER HELD PLAINVIEW IS SELECTED FOR 1923 MEETING Big Auction Sale Wa Staged During the Convention and Attracted Large Number of Buyer, and Many Flna Hogi Were Offered For Sale to the Higheat Bidder. Many South Plains Farmers are Joining the Farm Bureau t, i. . tun II Karmcr of 3wlh- joirpo'i" of 01 ir-'iniing the Swi her C'.uiity l'':inu Il.irciiu. 'i i'i y i!l b1' ii ii ii'd ly furuiera Iror.l II :in drill. Xiui'dri.nir a nd J''f Smi'h CmiMy I'.'iimi Hureiius, and will have u !h"ir iriie.ts many f'iriiicrs fr-un Hi bene. Cns'ro, l.n-nli, Jlale nnd Fl iyd Coun tio'i, who fill come to Tulia to meet Judge I.. Couch of Hereford nnd lenm how they may secure farm bu reau for their counties, which will lie organized during the remainder of January. Floydada, Jan. 1 1. Farmer of Floyd County expect to atari a mm pnlgn for members of the Floyd County Farm Bureau within the next ten day. I). V. MeCalib, I'linhandle-rialn supervisor of the Texa 1-arm Hurenu Federation, who it directlnjr the mem bership drive for farm bureau and commodity association member from the Amarillo headquarter has prom ised to seeiire ome of the best known fHrin leaders of the southwest, as speakers, n soon as the county com mittee in charge of the drive has de cided upon dates nnd places for them to tell of the farm bureau nnd farmers co-operative commodity marketing associations. Lubbock Building and Loan Ass n. Hold Annual Meet The ini'i'iiil met!nr of ti" -.' cl holders of ihe l.ul -lio-k ! "1 dr." n-.l loan As-iciai. n was held al lie of fii'e of the Sc.r"tary -Manager last Monday evening. The .Mto khod T voted unani mously to in reae '! Cm; it n' Sloe1, to $1,000, 000. (ill. The association was orgnnixed only lat A'irll and has granted lonrs ntr- grei'iiting $.'i,IMlO.O(, secured by l'o t Mortgages on imnroved real e'atc. vslueil at f I 2. 000 The enrnini's on the amount paid in on stock (exclusive of rvmber ship feel ws lit the rate of 12 per cent per annum. The following officers and diree. tor were re-elected for Ihe ensuing year: J. (I. Jone, Sam l Arnett, Koscoe Wilson, (J. W. Heiggs, J. A. Rix, W. M. Atkin. H. W. Stanton, J. A. (Andy) Wilson and Joe I less nSCO NOW HAS A FURNITURE FACTORY Cisco, Texas, Jan. 18. Cisco is appaently the firat city in West Trxaa to engage in the manuue tura of furniture. Oak and other hard white lumber i daily being re ceived In this city by the Cieeo Plan ing Mill Co., which company manu facture lumber into furniture. Porch furniture end vriou other type of high grade furniture I manufactured here. The mill now ha order for several carload of furniture. It ha been added by the West Texa Chamber of Commerce, according to II. F. Bennett, Iis trlct Manager, who wa in thia citv thi week, that the condition which warrant tho successful manufacture of furniture in Cisco may be dupli cated ebewhere in West Texa. High freight rate from Kutern and Mid dle Western furnitira manufactur ing center are by no mean tha least factor in the development of the furniture manufacturing Idea In West Texa aa exemplified by the Cisco situation. W. M. Chandler, of Sweetwater, hs ordered the X-Ray photograph of hi arm which were madi here In the office of Dr. SUmri hat June. The arm had been broken several month when he had the examination made, and it waa found that the muacltf had grown so short 'hat en operation would be very d ffirult. and ba decided not to hnve t dene. The photograph wce mailed to him Wednesday and It it net known v hether he i con templ.it. rig having ihe on-ration per formed or not. If - the work will be done in l.i.bWk. Mr. Henry HuJnall, of near Won re, i here at the home of her aunt, Mr. FJ'a Ma kae, with her little dsighter, who took K th first of te week, a she wan'e tt he near l4)lh-wk peeialiat wha are caring for th child. Hereford, Jan. 18. Plalnvle wo the 1H23 convention of the Panhandle Swine Breeders' Association from Amarillo and Pampa at the . loving; essl n of the convention i.e'd here today. Fn d V. Roernir of I.ubb... 1. wa unnrimourly re-i le -led j.re'il n; of the Association. Other o'fi era chos.-n wire: John I. Hamnion.li of IToydsio'a, flrt vice pri'idei:' : K. N. Iloir-io of piuiipa, i-.'-ofi.I vi r. si it' ni ; F'irl I v ; i of Child'e s, -e -.!.. V :ii n.'t'rcr, and I". W. I; i "i-f. ! .I. I. Jin -..ford'. I'. U. II'.?.- i. I'-irl j I "l ' .1" I M. I . -i.'ir!-o of h Ml, dir i - v. , Tho A oci.'-'i '' Voted pnni. is- 1 ly to pur' I. iv . . iiu-iiiii'-rMiip i'. ine U'-.t li'j'ii t I'liui ci of t omv" !".. A permanent cgi !.i' i o conimi'.tea vns appointed whi. h is to hm e . luirge of the invi -' i-r.'.t ion i f various appropriations that will bo made for the support of the extctiMon service of Texa A A M CollR:e nnd the Live Stoi k Sanitary Comrnisiou and Bny other appropriations which may af f e. t thn swine industry. The matter of a pn'i! scrilarv for the Association wa discussed :t length and was left to the discretion of the board of dir-ctnrs, althoi ;h the members voted in favor of tha measure. '"It is a essential that thi breeder of pure-bred live stock advertise a it is that the nvrchant advertise," de'dareil II. S. Hilburn of Plainview, edi'or of the Southwest Poultry and Swine Breeder. "Mot of the breed er do riot study Ihe advertising close enough. They waste money for ad vertising lhat does not bring fhem the proper return'!. Run an adver tisement in your loci.) paper. Joe Mantra, assistant secretary of (he National Dnroe-Irrsey Associa tion, told the breeder of the value of tlie coun'y, dii'rict nnd '.itp fairs to them in soreading the good ipiality. "A man's live stock wi I tell you the I ind of a mail Ii- i-," 'aid the speak er. S. K. I evis of Childress, reonl. ed as ope of the leadinjr i'bihitor of i wine at tie gi'ciit fairs of the South west, to! I of the prooer wiy to pre pare and -el." t ii show herd. II" went in'o dot. id on his sublet, and many ,f ih.. I.i- e lers de Ian d his talk waa most instructive. Twenty-six hundred i avs of hog were sfiiopi'd from the Panhandle dur ing the last year, said It. Hollnnd of Amarillo, .f the Mistletoe Creamer ies, in the hog industry in the Pan handle He pleilg-'d the moral nnd finan.iil sunnoi't if liis Coiiranv to ! the sw ine breeders and urgru! them to us" his firm in i.nv ny, as hia roniern, ns well as most of th oiher rommi'rcial interests in the Panhan dle, had awakened to the value of the swine industry. Members of the Association din cussed at length the need of a atata veterinarian in the Panhandle and many member told of variou meth od of treating cholera. Hog Palmer of Canadian received great applause when he emphatically declared that the way for the Pan handle Swin Breeder to cure cholera wa to quit shipping hi hog. Thera ha been only one outbreak of cholera In Hemphill County and that waa among hog that had been shinned In from other sections, he said. "Buy your hog at home and yu I wdll not have cholera. There are Just r.s good hoe- in the Panhandle as there ara in the world," declared tho spepker. Breeder from all sections of Tex as and adjoining state have b"en ar riving In the iity for the sale thla aftern oon. Member de: lured thnt the 1922 convention has I een the mo't suc cessful meeting of i.-e Assoc iation. Res . bit ions of thanks to the ri'l r.en of Hereford, for lie royal en tertainment afforded d. I. iiaVs to the convention, were iiiinniip adopted. Resolutions i.lso were a ed urging that other towns fo. the example set by Horrfonl in h: ing a gct-toi'cther ban.iuet of tn farmer and business men f r a gen eral discussion of the puro-bred liv stock industry. The Association also foioute l a l ess oin! ion san-tinning any effort put forth for the betterment and promo tion of the live stock interest In thia aeetion. Roy F. Fox, manager of the a? K. Fox I'iayers. who are at tht Llnd ey, took adrmtnge fo the op-ior-tJnity offered by our sanitarioma and underwent an operation Tue. day. Ha t reported to be in migh ty good condition at thi time. Rer. and Mra. O. M. Raurum end little daughter, of Fcydada. -cut Tuesdsv night at th her.,e of Rrv. I. F. f-iker. avtor of tha Cumber land Pieslvter'i.n eb'irch of Lub bock, and Rev !'ucom is pastor of that (litir.h at Floydada. J. A. Fare, of Ijrenxo, arrived at a local Sanitarium Wednesday end waa operated on Thursday, and i. reported to have uU.nJ th opr tioa auccaaafuliy.