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MICKIE, WE PRINTER'S DEVIL
. We Couldn't sell better Milk if w wanted to You couldn't buy purer, clnaner, healthier milk than what we aell if you "ow think you ran! W don't any lht in a spirit of bragging-wo know it i a fort I Medlock's ijiiirv JLGLiLa J e " " ,reivea and what tha consumer pava Diamond ara naw rut and polished often exceed all poasihility of Juati by machinery fication. To cite a aingla illuatratton. Farm and Ranch LOANS Plenty of money available for good farm and ranch loans on the best terms at the current rate of interest. Claude B. Hurlbut Citizens Nat'L Bank Bldg. Lubbock, Tex What Kind of Farming Do You Do? You can't farm good with wornout implements. You can save money if you are careful in the purchasing of that new implement not necessarily by buying a cheap one but on the other hand get one that will wear and wear, that will give you the kind of service you need to do good work one that you can get repair service immediately upon The J. I. CASE of course. WE'RE READY FOR YOU R. A. RANKIN & SONS SOME ASPECTS PROBLEMS (Atlantic Monthly) Let u, then, consider some of the farmer' grievance, and see how fur they are real. In doing an, we should remember that, while there have been and Mill are, instance of purposeful abuse, the subject should not he ap proached with any general Imputa tion to existing dmt rili.il ivp aK"n'ie4, of (ltitritly intentional if tir("inn, tn't ra'her with th con rm n.n thni the marketing of farm prodmln han not leen moficrniZ"'". An ancient evil, and a per-i-tent aiMr orMaerilie thn h. fii'ni one, lit the ualcr(rraioi(r f farm j ,,,.,, ,fM" nin-' l. finnheil w l'hin prr.d'icN, with 'he r'ill llutt hHl)w, llf (,,,, nvm'hx of the year, the farmer II m of on.- qmiity in resold a of a hiirher. That thi aort of rhi'anery nhoiild perit on any h'iaine jn'i-irriiy would aeem almost increHihle, hwt there ia much evidence that ft doea no perimt. F!ven aa I write, the newapapera announce the uapenaion of aeveral firm from the New York Produce F.xchanfre for ex port inr to Germany aa No. 2 wheat a whole shipload of groaly inferior , wheat mixed with oata, rhaff and tha? . like. lanihar evil ia (hat of inaccurate weiirhing; of farm product, which, it ia charged, ia sometime a matter of dihonet intention and aometiniea of protective policy on tha part of the focal huyer, who fear that he may "weigh out" mora than he "weigha i I A greater grievance ia that at pre- 1 nt th t" n ,ini'' nr n" ; control over the time and ronditiona '.of marketing hia producta. with tha reault that ha ia often underpaid for hia product and uaually overcharged for marketing service. The differ Ktumn -hMt th farmer re- Lubbock's Finest Hardware Store. J. I. CASE FARM IMPLEMENTS thk Lunnocx avaim nr., harle Stigheo OF FARMERS' I r I if I.at year, H'-rnrdin to f iiirea atteat- ed hy th railway and the irrowera, z (ii'oruia waternifl'in-ramera received z on the average 7.K rent fir a melon, S the railroad ot 1 2.7 renin for carry- IPIT l Itl linn llll'irr nrui in,- i- r it-, m 'a pnid one d.illar, leaving 7it . ccnia for the ervice r.f niarkclinv anil in riK in airmnKi 'JO 2 'nt for gr ,-ig an'l 2 i ranxnort mir The hiirit ann;iU r f " f;irni-life :ili reple'e with Kl ll Milt mcnlHrio n the criideni'sa of :iriM i eril nra-t i. c. hue finiirnml anil atirnie linil'n- lions irenerallv conniel him lo fell I hem si the same time. a rule, other indutrie are in a e;,nt inuo'ia .roce of f in ih i n ir g ioit for t he market; they ditrihute aa I hey pro-i,,,!, Crifsr Faala ll A Duty diice, and they run curtail prod ie-j ja -ri What Tanlae Did tion withoiit too irreat injury to them- ; por Him. selves or the rommunity; hut if Ihe; farmer restrict his output, it i wun , ,,,irnii ronaeqm-ncea, hh ,f ,n,j to tne ,.n,iiiunii y. n. ......... i. i... to nun-1 ii son hi iiib i-i.iiiiiniiiii y. Th. .v..r..,n r.rmne i. '.OrU if h I produ. .ion for the major part of the to others." Kaid Paul Pnndgrns", 2-9 year, and has nothing to sell, fhe V.-t Cnpllal St., Little Uo- k, ArK., hulk of hia output romea on the mnr- who hn leen in the fancy grocery ket at onca. l!.- a'iHe of lack of ator-' Ihmucss for the past thirty yenra, age facilities and of financial aup- "When liin'ar was first in'rndii ed port, the farmer rannot carry hla in Little Rock, I was in an awfjlly good throuch the year and dispose! run-down nnd weak condition but the of them a they are currently needed.) medicine fit d me up fit." in almnat In the rreat majority of ca-e, farm-. no time. At that time I hud no aft er have to entrust storage- in ware- petite and w'.at little I did eat aeem houses and elevators and tha f i-; ed to do mo more harm than g d, naneial carrying of their product to for it j irt would not digeat properly other. and cau'e n,e no end of troulilc I Farm product are generally mar-1 .Id ararrely aleep any and alwaya ketcd at a time when there i a con-! felt o tired ami worn out I rouldn t ges'.on of both transp.rtation nd , halfway attend trj my bus.neaa f.nanea when car and money . "In a ittle while after I star.e.l on a r.rre. The tntrome. in many in-ITanlar I could eat J..M anyi hmg; I stance, ia that the farmers not only, wanted nnd was soon back to my fell under pressure, and tneeefore ot I normal hea ih and strength agn n. a disadvantage, but are compelled to! Since then I ve kep Tanlae tin h in. lake further reducl.ons in net re-1 and always tak- a little whe'. '''' turn, in order lo meet the charges the leant bit o ,t for the aervlc f storing, transpor-1 l fine alt.-r I had the f... anil ting, financing, and ullnnnte mar-. 1 recently I y e.-n tak.- jf it to kelmg-which charges they claim. ' me up and Si.e n.t.m ty gam are often excessive, hear heavily ..n ! d fourteen pounds in weight. I I e- -l i , 'i.ri T.i o I ue m the hest medn .iip in nnia flrman mns ami nrfin iionr hihi i are under tha control of those per forming the services. It ia true that llitiu km prliivi,t nf tVlM rivlirf fif M changing market hy aelling at once;, not iney are quna wining to iiiks the unfavorable rhancr. If the f i" oriihle one also I their and Ihev can retain for themselvea a part of tha service charge that are uni form, in good year and bad, with high prjrrs and low. While, in the main, tho fanner moat sell, regardlesa of tn-irket con ditions, at the time of the maturity of crop, he cannot suspend produc tion In toto. Ho must go on pro ducing if he la to go on living, and if tha world la to exist. Tha moat ha can do la to curtail production a little or alter it form, and that be-ausa he I in tha dark a t tha probable demand for hia good may ha only to 'umn from tha frying pan into the fire, taking tha conrumer with him. Even the dairy farmers, whoa out- fhiday. January in. 1022 vjeu-.voo I AIMY EVER , y iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiin 1 Oketi Records Tha Record of Qaality From tha Clattlral la th popular Bluaa. Tha Reglna Phoaofraph Wdl Play Aay DU Record Bttr Than Y Ha Er - Menra it riayeo on or.. i- ii i not Konxnniil, conifilnina tlmt ll . y find ilieiHMi.ve at a o!-m'I-hm- in the marketing of the r pro- .l i. 'ioni', en"ciuily cow mill;, hi nn of he hllfll eoata of il. i iIhi' inn, v. ii n h they nnmf ultiimiicly lienr. IT HAS NO EQUAL i SAYS SNODCRASS "Tunlae hn been such a wonilorrji h , m iiuring the lal lour years that I reel u my iiuiy i" i,'i;t ,..w y r,.rii.nm for Whllt it ItllV tl'T Worth that I feci it my duty to renin my . ii ' ' -w . . - Tnnlae is sold in all leading Drug Stores. j IMPROVEMENTS GOING ON I IN LORENZO COMMUNITY Many thing are evidence to the steady growth of Lorenzo. During the past two year many beautiful and costly home and substantial brick building have been erected, new line of buine have been ea tablliibed here, our r-hool ha grown from a three teacher, third-rate arhnol to an up-to-date achool of the first rlasa, with an enrollment of nearly 400 and employing seven teacher, not including the music and xprtsRion teacher -in ahort, Lo renro ha grown from a village of 320 Inhabitant to a little city of about 700 in the course of two short year. And ahe'a atill growing I Lorento Enterprise. SHERIFF'S SALE TI1E STATE OF TEXAS, County of Lubbock. Wherea, By virtue of an Order of Sale lued out of the Pitrict Court of Lubbock County, Texa, on a Judg ment rendered In aaid Court on the 13th dav of December A. l. ivn er A. l. iiKi., i in favor or w. A. McDonald and A. MclJonani anu against C. W. Sargent and Mr. K. .1. Payne, a feme, sole No. 1 on t P.n. . f.m. so a No. 1431 on the Dmket of said i;oun, ana to ma-,; a. Sheriff, directed and delivered, I ... .. ..... i m t . A MIU "It ...w ... " - - 1 n ii'jo .i R .V P M.. lew ill)- .ii.i .n triM loin nm v ni jitooarv 1 on the fo'lowing deacribed tracla and 'parcel of land situated in i,unoor. U . --.i i-i r- lieu in i.u vvw ' ouniy, jexaa, anu wn.ni" W. Sargent and Mra. I,. J. rayne, a feme sole lo-wit; Lots, 1, 1. and .1, In Block No. 4, Overton Addition to the town of LublM k, a Pr map thereoj in the Deed Record of aid county and on the 7th day of Feb ruary A. D. 1022, being the firat Tuewlay of said rnonth, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. on aaid dav, at the f ourihouse door of Lubbock County, Texas, in the town rf Lubbock, I will offer for aale and aell at public auc tion, for rash, all the right, ti'le and inleret of the said C. W. Sargent and Mr. E. J. Payne, a feme sole in and to said prouerty. Witnesa my hand, thi the 10th day of January A. D. 1922. C. A. HOLCOMFT. Sheriff of Lubbock County, Texaa. 40-3f John Pimparn, well known Lubbock man who ha been in an army h -riai at CarW'ad, i he-e i ing hi ife and baby, tnd oth-r relativr. , 11 ha not bcn i' wlid-grC fro;n the i Aniy a yet. id.' . still tinder treat ! n-'"' ef Amy doctor and :t ! be j lievrd he will be a .it to be discharg ed in the rear f'.ta.e. rn-viejge without srnae fe!4 folly is two- gp- A& sure MET OWS KEMO oe iiiiutnintiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiii 1 Records PROFESSIONAL COLUMN THE LUBBOCK SANITARIUM A Modern Fireproof Building Equipped for Medical and Sur gical Cae. X-Ray and Path ological Laboratorlea Dr. J. T. Kruegar Oners! 4urfry 0i- Phnn 710 Rfiidmra I'huna 71 Dr. J. T. Hulehlnsnn tr: tmr, Nom sea Threat Offer fhmta W R.iHUnr Than 1M Dr. M. C. Overloa Onaral MMtleiM r Phona 7IB Rtiioanca Pboaa HI Dr. O. F. FbUr Caaaral MralclM Offir Phona Ixid.ara Pbo Jt Aaa O. Lsaaa. N. Sspar in !) Maale A. Davta, R. N. Aa.. kupt. Helse B. tVIIHia, . N. Dtttmaa C C Huat, BuabMM Mgr. A eharrarad Trusls Vhool Is en dactrri br Ui Anna D Lofta, B N. .Sirminrfnt Briht. Saslttif addiaat Mitt Uugaa. SIMMONS UNDERTAKING COMPANY E. C. SIMMONS Ltcaniad Embalmar Day Phone 43 Night Phone 437 Lubbock, Teia DR. G. G. CASTLEBERRY Modiciae and Surgery Office) la Leadar Building Pbeatoe Office 74 ReaUence 742 Lubkock, Teaea CHIEF OF POLICE HELPS YOUTH SECURE WORK Tuesday morning a man sleeping near the railroad, west of th city light plant, waa noticed by one of our citizen who Immediately made a report of it to the l n.ei oi i oui who made a hurried trip to the place !"' and founrj nu i' - ----- . . , lad of niOUl eiKtiirro ! year on me grun, h we e out of ne ana iw " - , .. ,,). money, and "J' ' tft aiMintrt. on the PUuiic lor u " ' r . , amount with which to purchase a bed. The chief carried the boy to a cafe whcr he gave- him a most en- i t M ... i I loved lireakiasl, tnt n aeriirru ,. , ' !. ia m.lif.a a S-"'! ; . . .i- v,...i i u i.,.live.l he is the mem IIM1IU. .v ' " - ber of me respectable family and has been running around too much to have accumulated anything, and i too proud to return home broke. Little a we might think about it. uh case a that ar to be looked after with earnest desire to help out in every possible chance, a there i oftentimes that youth become with out funds and a little assintance at uch timea make a lasting im.,r""' with them. The people of Lubbock are to be proud of the work Thief Hufstrdler i doing a he is doing a great deal mo than i done by of fleers of other rlace. "THE FARMER'S WORST ENE MY RATS. THE FARMER'S BEST f RIEND RAT-SNAP" These are the word of Jame flax- r, N. J.: "Kver ine I tried RAT SNAP I have always kept it In the hooae. Never fsils. Haed about i3.f0 worth of RAT-SNAP a year and fig ure it saves me I7"" in chi k. rjrir and fed RAT-fNAP is convenient. j't break up rake, no mixing wi'.h -ther fo.d." Th r-e ixe. 3Sc r'c, 11.25. S'd and guaranteed by Cole Vyrkk Hdw. Co., and City Pirg Store. t TAc 0e owe 7oti Again fcvteNScxN m Vk"e- I mimuimiimiiiiiiiiMMimiinnimmm j r Boyd's Music Store f CAST SIDE OP SQUARE For any thing yon want ia 5 I ha muaical Una, Shaet Millie, Book, Inltru- s mnt and Suppliat of all 5 Kind. j Eapert Violin Repairing 2 M. FULTON Attorney at Law Practice in all Court, flute and Federal Lubbock, Texa DR. R. M. HARKEY Veterinary Surgeon LwanM Number 174 OaW ST . KM Lubbock, Texas BALLINGER h REED Dentitt Office Lubbock Stat Bank Bldg. Telephone No. 209 Lubbock, Texa DR. C. G. BLOOM DENTIST Over Barrier Bros. Store Phone 268 Lubbock, Tela DR. R. B. HUTCHINSON Dentitt e on. j. a hicks Aitittanl and Atieeithetlat Suite No. 2, Burru Building Phone: Office 131, Re 122 Lubbock, Texa R1X FURNITURE A UNDER. TAKING CO. Lubbock, Ttsat J, A. Ril and H. H. Griffith Lieenied Embalraerf Day Phone n7R. Night Phoneat J. A. Rlx K0; II. H Gnfath 0T A. C. Sanders 227 i Good Dumbing is an investment n o t an expense. Save money sea us ! LIGHT RAIN FALLS IN BURDEN COUNTY Rai as M ... lit rru tut Uiiiii mor tu but oniv5-' 1 """hsj most t frna In a llc-ltfcy Chil rain. , ,t w i h Vocma Uaino. , teHil fid-niaa tlood. o4 ee. Tf la a-e ku ainmatb dUarto . . lASKUSAfiiUIUWi.wlK V 1 , r it.ee r It uo eorkn Ike Mud. -'"i.jodM oa lnarmi Mn-if . b I.iruc u laa beat tratam. arura ti.l i t am alt m ill.iwl in. w. . mrJl ik. Liu ..... aarlaw aaaJia, pi mat m laae, HmrMiA Scratch pacts far aale at thi '.