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THE LCD DOCK AVALANCHE. FRIDAY. JANUARY 10. 1932
There's a Time Coming In Your Life WHEN-- you are going to call upon your tank to finance you. That they do help you will depend upon several thing: the first of which U collateral. Dut unless a Lank haa confidence in you collateral, no matter what kind or nature, will be of little use to you because after all, confidence is the basis of practically all transactions. Dating our opinion on ac tual observation, banks like for young men to learn the value of a doll.ir; like for them to exhibit thrift and ambition. Above nil thins; a bank expects a man to put his money in to them, to pny his honest obligations promptly or see that they are pleasantly arranged. Your bank wantto have confidence in you. We want to think all of our customers are good, honest people. Not everyone can furnish real estate collateral, not every one can offer collateral of any other kind except CON F I D K N C E based upon a knowledge that you have striven hon estly, diligently to make a success. The Lubbock State Bank READY TO MEET HALF-WAY YOU The several hundred girls, attend ing th Michigan City, Indiana, high school without a single exception, have signed a pledge which taboos, until high hi honl and college days ae ended, h 1 1 forms of masculine famili arity. The girls are perfecting an organization which will be a perma nent auxiliary of school activities. The movement was started by a lec turer, who plans to perfect similar organization in all high schools in Indiana. CARDUI HELPED REGAIN STRENGTH Alabama Uif Wat Sick For Tire Year, Suffering Pain, Nrrrons and Depressed Read Her Own Story of Recovery. Paint Itoelf, Ala. Mrs. C. M. fltegatL f near nere, recently related the fol lowing Interesting account of her re covery I "I ss la a weakened con dition. I was sick three years In bed. offering a front don! cf pa'". nervous, depressed. I was so weak, couldn't walk across the floor; Just bad to lay and my little ones do the work. I was almost dead. I tried very thing I beard of, and number of doctors. titlU 1 didn't f t any relief f. couldn't eat. and slept poorly. I believe It I hadn't bnard of and Ukea Cardul I would, bare died. 1 bought It bottles. aft-r a neighbor told m wbat It did for ber. "I began to eat and sleep, began to gain ruy strength and am now well aod strong. I bavo t bad any trou ble sine ... I sure can testify to the good that Cardul did roe. I dn t tli'nk tber Is a better ton I.! made ao I p-blleva 11 aaretl tar life." Fcr 0Vr 40 years, thousands of wa rned bave aset Cardul successfully. In the treatment et many woauuily ailments. If you anfrr as thee women did, UVe Cardul. It oiiy hel, you. too, at aQ arn;.Lli. E s; 1 May Develop the Su gar Beet Industry m the Littlefield Section Littlefield. .!si. 12. Arthur Ung ear, sulci milliner of the great I. it 1m field enisle rsu.-'i of 300,000 ai res. in a statement if The Record staff ( oi respondent, iiMi-ilcd his belief thV in the yar t come llint grciit i. one of terr'Loiv now monopolized ly the inimcii'.o ranches of Ppmle, I I'.ilefield. Klwjoi and utheis will lie Mmr the largest sugar heel prodni nig region in the UiiiU 1 Mutes. Ilia visualization is predicated up on exnerimcnts conduced by sugar capitalists interested in expansion of the industry in a way wh'ch will In vulve the inclusion of grcit'. ixtents of undeveloped lands In the Panhan dle and I'lains country. According to Duggan. proponents of the sugar i-xpansiun idea, amply furnished with capital, came Into the l.itlleliem reg ion shortly before the war and work ed In an experimental way until they had satisfied themselves and their backers of the practicability of utili zing thousands of acres of this raw land for its propagation. Experiments with the sugar beet conducted over a number of years proved startlingly satisfactory that this region Is tnu best in the United States for beet growing. When this had been established the capitalists 1 announced they would build a mam ; moth sugar refinery ut I'lainview if a stipulated number of acres tu the heel would be pledged by larmers in the I'lainview un.l Littlefield coun try. This wus dune and things were getting under v.ay for tho consum mation of the big project that would have meant so muh for the country, when the great war draped future project in a mantle of darknexs. .Since the war the sugar market arid ! Incentive to development of the sugar industry have been Jokes, ow that , there appears to be a rift in the cloud i prospects lire favorable for better : prices for the granulation and a I steadily Increasing demand is fore cast, the consummation of the big j scheme that would mean so much for j this great territory semis not so far ; away. In the interim the sugar beet , experiments are being carried on with results of a sturtling nature, destined to draw the attention of all investors In sugar beet refineries to he. latent possibilities of this terri 1 tory. TRUSTEE SALE STATE OK TEXAS, County of Lubbock. Whereas, on the 20th day of Sep tember A. I. 1920 G. J. Merrill and wife, Mollie Merrill did execute ami ! deliver to tnn Temple Trust Company a corporation, their mortgage with a ! power of sale upon all of bit No. 12 1 sr.d W 1-2 of lot No. 11 in bbick No. ; 41 In the Overton Addition to the town of Lubboc'i In Lubbock County, 1 Texns to secure the payment of five i (rt) notes for the sum of $:ion.oo each due October 1st 1921. l'.22, l!2.l, 1024 and 1925 and interest 'inyuble semi-annually on the first day of April and October in eni h and every yenr. Said notes and mortgage further provide that a fail ure to pay either chnll, nt the option 1 of the owner mature all of said in- debtedncss a'-d provide for 10 per 1 cent Atlorn"y fee ,it.d, I Whereas, nl1 of said notes and in ' debtedness hi, been duly assigned to i John K. KoaeM, who is now the owner i.nd holder of said lndr htedness and 1 said Lien and, Whereas, the said Merrill and wife. ! Mollie Merrill, have defaulted in pay ment of principal and Interest due October 1st 1921 and the owner and holiler therefore has declared all of aid indebtedness both principal und interest due and has placed same in the hands of his Attorney for collec tion. Whereas, - it Is provided in said mortgage that in the event of the default the said Temple Trust Com pany or it's surressors and assigns shall sell said lands for the payment and satisfaction of said indebtedness. Now, I John K. Roach, will on the first Tuesday of Kehraary A. I). 1922, same being the 7th day of February 1922 at the Court House door in the town of Lubbock in Lubbock County, Texas, between the hours of ten o'clork A. M. and four o'clock P. M. offer the above described property for sale to the highest bidder for rash In accordance with the provision of said notes and mortgage. Witness my hand at Lubbock Coun ty Texas this the third day of Jan uary A. I). 1922. 4()-4f JOHN E. ROACH. lllllllllllllll! The crew of a train, arriving at on of the stations on the Uganda railway in Africa, found three lions had taken possession of 'he tfftjon. One lion was in the telegraph room, one in the refreshment room and the other stalked up and down the plat form, "in true official style." When the shrieks from the engine whistle caused the lions to depart, the station agent emerged from a building some distance away. U. S. GOVERNMENT WARNS FARMERS ABOUT ISEASE CAUSED DY RATS They carry Bubonic plague, futal to human beings. They carry foot and mouth disease, which is fatal to stork. They ki'l chickens, eat grain, cause Jest ruction to property. If you have rats RAT-SNAP will kill them. Cre mates rats after killing them leaves no sine1!. Comes in cukes, ready for use. Three sizes, 3.V, 6, $1.26. Sold and giarsnteed by City Urtg Store, or Cole-Myrick Ddw. Co. When Kinnaird Castle recently burned in Scotlsnd, many bo ks j paintings were deMrnyed. The lit raryj iors included a 1497 foliu irid ex-, Aim favntoMoini to Our sajsjsiBMsiBasaasaaBBeaaaBsiaasMaaasBwsiVBjBBs gBmmmammtmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmi asAWaasjawMaaaaaaamaaaB awsaaaiBaMaaaaBiaaaaaaBBBaBaBBssBBBi Stockholders We want you to come and let us show you how wc have the State of Texas dotted with wholesale grocers and cigar jobbers who handle our cigars we want to show you the orders they arc sending in for five and ten thousand cigars at a time to be shipped direct from the factory Wc want to show you where your profit will come from this business We want to show you what these jobbers think of our cigars.' We have the State of Texas almost cov ered with jobbers We have the State of Arkansas closed for wc have a wholesale cigar house in Little Rock, Ark., which will handle our brands and traveling men selling our cigars over the entire State We are now opening the State of Oklaho ma and have just taken on one of the larg est jobbers in Oklahoma on our brands and expect to have several more by the time this ad goes to press We will then open the State of Colorado for we have several good salesmen in that State who write that they can make a success of our line. We want you to see these letters We want you to be convinced that the pos sibilities of this business are far greater than you have ever expected. We have just gotten a letter from a man in Jackson, Michigan, stating that a friend of his sent him a box of "Shaws Hand Made" cigars for a Christmas pres ent and that he would like to know where he could get more of them in the North as he liked them so well. They surely must be giving satisfaction for we can show you mail order after mail order for these cigars. We can also show several telegrams from merchants who have run short and do not care to wait for the mails to bring their orderss. We also want to show you how we arc get ting along with the Hamilton Fish cigar We want you to see the amount of roy alty we are getting every month from this cigar We only wish that it was so that you could every one go to Dallas and Ft. Worth and see how they are selling there, as well as in San Antonio, Houston and other Texas cities It would make you feel good to know that you were part own er of a brand so well established, for every stockholder in the Panhandle Cigar Co. is a part owner of this and every other brand that we own. We want every stockholder and every prospective stockholder to come down and let us explain the workings of this business and if you haven't the time fill in the blank at the bottom of this ad and full information will be sent you. Miiiiiiitilfif imiitifiif tiiiiif iiuiiftiif iiitiifiiiitiiitiitiiiitiitmiitii iiiitaaattiiMiiiiiifiiitilttttltiiiMtiifitrtlf if E Panhandle Cigar Co., E E Lubbock, Teat. 5 E Gentlemen: 3 S Please mail me what information you have with referenr to your j E business and keep me posted as to your progress. s Name. E Address 5 niiiiiiiiiminmimi iiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii niiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiinn Pamltaamdle Cigar Co, Wholesale Cigars and Grocers Sundries Lubbock, Texas AVERAGES ON REPORT BEAT BY LUBBOCK OFFICE tremelv fine to- its of the 16.12 an'i ldS" Shake; an f jlios. S ors of valuable paintings and a cabinet of CC0 antique gems were destroyed. The g"ms we-e 'hiefly in'ajrMos if Babylonian. A-adian. Assyrian, Per sian and iiittite ucn.u. Results of "Perfect Package" eam paign for the month of November, l'Jl, as tabulated from 12'J4 cities and towns reporting. Total number of shipments, freight D,33U,745. Total number of exceptions, 101, 7C0. Total number of Express ship ments, 10,HDl,352. Totsl number of exceptions, Bl, 070. A combined total of 20,219,097 shipments and 182, 830 exceptions, give a percentage of tflMO. At Lubbock there were 68.1 ship ments by freight, with one exception and 1941 shipments by Express with 24 exceptions, giving a percentage of Kit. 25. This is indeed a pood showing and discloses the fact that shippers are willing and ready to render any as sistance to the trsnsHirtation com panies, not only in regard to hand ling shipments but in placing those ihipmenti t: h cond.tmn that they i an be dcliv rcd without damage and waste, y li i.iopcration g 'es a lung wi.y towards taking the "dam" out ef damage, th- rest curse in the transportation game. As a direit result of the Perfect Package campaign, the transportation ritb of New York University were taken on a tnqr of S'ime of the larg est shippers in New Y rk, where they eie shown the method in p- king i and handling, and then to one of the! terminals of the American Railway, Express Co. where thry were shown the way in which these shipments were "tullied," weighed, waybilled ( and etc. Again Lubbock makes a good show ing in Express and Freight handling, ; which speaks well for all our busi ness men, and especially those who do big shipping business. CARD OF THANKS We take this means to thank our friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindm-ns and the beautiful floral offerings during the sickness and upon the death of our father, J. fj. Miditower. Walter Hightowsr. J. B. HiKbtower. lliihtowpr. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. McSpadden. j Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Smith. I CHAMBERLAIN'S COUCH REMEDY This is a pleasant, safe and re liable medicine for roughs and coldj. It has been in use for many years and is held in high esteem in thow households where :ts good quuli'.ies are best known. It is a favorite with mothers of young children, as it con tains no opium or oth'-r harmful drjg Try it when you have need of suih a remedy. Secrecy is the soul ut business. It's Not by Chance That your orders are filled with pick ed goods at this store. The best of our vegetables and fruits go to our custo mers only. That dozen egjv you ordef from us are fresh, big eggs. Hunt Grocery Co. S3 3 3 r4 S3 rs Si si si U S3 in Th'ough the transparent ke of feet of water. He was tartly cv. Moose Lake, Manitoba, searchers sawi errd by an eiderdown rob. St ret h the frozen body of Walter Coyne, ed out la front. In perfect atignnfi.' famous Ameri-sn d ig derby ra. er, were the Bine raring dugs h jj sitting bolt upright on a aled in eight been driving.