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THE LUBBOCK AVAI-ANCHE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, )2l
And In The Second Place The LUBBOCK DRUG COMPANY G. CRANVIl.LF. JOHNSON, Prop. "The Ny.l 3lor." Pko.s Hm. I SI The NYAL Line is not told lo lake the plnre of your physician when you are ick, bul it various formulas are to com- pounded a to assist nature in the rrlirf of minor ailments. It is because we brieve NYAL'S to be the best non secret line, thnt we became id sole representative in Lubbock. As a Matter of History Or a Comparison of Conditions Now and One Hundred Years Ago A comparison of the conditions un der which the United 8tates entered the year 1922 with those of the cor responding year of the preceding cei. lury rives us renewed confidence, says the Trsde Record of The Nat ion si City Bank of New York, in the taductrial and commercial future of To Stop a Cough Quick lake HAYES' l BALING HONEY, eonh medicine which Slop the cuth by healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues. A U. of (.ROVE'S O-rr.N-TRATE SALVE ff tVt C!.!, llcsd Cold and i (roup In enclosed with every bottle ol IIAYF.V lir.AIJNC. HONEY. The salve shisilil he rubbed on the chest and ttironl of rhilctrrn suffi-ring from a Cold of Cnup Vm h!lnt fl-1 it IUvm twin ltor In fcl lh lnwl mniMn'! mlh lh hrsllti rHnl of . O t' Iiik half llir.h His P'rt W Um shin Snrni t4nit nnrfh. boh r-m fm h-.l In oo rmntm suit iht M ,il lbs rnil-li.tl tiratiiimt Is V Just as rir dnirjtlst for HAYf-" ftKAJJNCi IIONC.Y. Insurance and Bonding Typewriters Real Estate Will E. Ballew our country. The population which In 1822 was lens than 10,000,000 is now 107,000,000, or more than ten times that a century ago, while the population of the world as whole has Increased hut shout 1M) per cent meantime. Our International com merce even in the present moment of depression Is AO times as much as that of a century ago, having grown from 1100,000,000 in 1821 to near ly or quite $7,000,000,000 in 1U2I, while international commerce of ths world in 1921 mny possibly to tnl 40 time thnt of a century ai?o when it stood at $MV.i,noo,ono. Thin growth with us has hern tii iR" ly tint to Increased fii'ilitn'H of trans portation. In H2I our jrri'ut Miis. sippi Valley with jt -i wonderful pro d i irijr possibilities liul hut sliout 2, 000,1100 people, and their only meth od of semlinif their prodnt In tide water was hy the rivers snd the fjrent Lakes, fur even the Fne Canal wns not yet finished at thnt lte and steam railways fr i-omnur -inl eerv-ltry hn come from a mere inrrease ii-e were then a thinif unknown in any! in population, for our aren has doiib pnrt of the world. Of the 7.V,0i)i) ' led meantime, the total area of the miles of railway built in all the world i l.'nited States having irrown from 1, ine 1921, over one-third was eon-' 7'J2.ooo square miles in 1921 to 3, atrueted in tho I'nited Stated, . hlef iy j (JJO.000 square mil en, including Alns to connect the (rrest interior with the ka, at the present time. Our addl-o-ean frontages, and the "Middle ! tions of territory since 1822 consist West" whi. h had then 2. 000.000 i of Texas. Arizona. New Mexico, and population hns now lit), 000, 000 and. the entire I'.k iff frontage, and thus is ni oniy mr wuriii s oiififi-n rro-; in iuue faeturers of the country. The mnnu-!aillllllHIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilillHIIIMIIHIHIMMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIir lllll 1 1 II II 1 1 II 1 1 1 f If 1 1 1 1 1 1 If 1 1 1 1 1 1 If f f f Illllt IttV ftS fncturers of the whole world In 1H20i are estimnteil by M u Until at I l,2rit),. 000,000 whllo our census of 1 920 puts the viiluit of thoso of the United States slone at 102,000,000,000 or nearly IS limes that of the whole world a century earlier. With this tremendous irrowth in our msnufac lurinir industries our rxports of do mestic manufactures exclusive of food stuffs havs irrown from less thsn $H,000,000 in 1821 to over $2, 000,000,000 In 1921, or 2S0 times as much In the "lean" year Just ended as In the corresponding year of the nrnrmlinir rentorv With this in- ircsse in Industrial, commercial andia business activity has come a cor responding advance In the financial r requirements and supplies, and the j 3 total "money in circulation" which 1 was of filially reported at $17,100,-13 000 In IH:'0 Is officially stated at ! $.,0711,711,000 nn December 1, 1921. 1 S Meiintinie the centers of industry and z liuslnei's have (frown nniironifly, the I populiii-in of New York having in- z rensed from :i0,ooo in H22 to over fi, 000, on,) in 19'.':.', rbiliidelphin from lOM.ooo to nearly 2,000, tion, ami Chi- inifo from "a hamlet of log hou:ws 3 inhabited by less than 1 00 people in IH'IO to approximiitely 3,000,000 in 1922. Not all if this growth in the In dustries and prosperity of the eoun- The only consolation about cheap meats is the pleasure you had in paying for them. Believing that you buy meat because you want to eat it, I am killing fat, corn-fed cattle and it doesn't cost you any more eitherl SID CARAWAY HIMSELF i iiniiif lit iiitf itiisitf iiiitit fit ifiitiiiiiitiiif ii iitf tiiiittiitiit iiiiiiitiitiiiiiitif till iiiitiiiiiii lit tiiiitiiiiittiiitiiitf iitiiitittfiitiittititif nr: SOME RAPID PROGRESS MADE ON THE PLAINS dii'-er of rrsln ami meats, but is turn Ing out over one-third of the mniiu- Abernathy, Texas. Jan. 9th. 1922. Mr. Neil H. Wright. District Agent. Southland Life Insurance Company, I.ubrock. Texas. Dear Mr. Wright: I wish to take this opportunity of thinking you and through you your company for the manner in which you han dled the matter of my deceased htib nd's if insurant in the Southland. His two policies of fifteen hundred dollars e.nh were dated September 12th. 1921. He met his denth through an accidental fall from a horse, December 2th, 1921. fle caus of the Southland's Double Indemnity provision the face of the policies doubled through accidental death. I am today in possession of four drafts of $1500 each mnkiny; a total of $6000.00 you paid in settlement of thes policies. For your courtesy and promptness in handling the mat ter I am indeed grateful and you may use this letter in any way that will assist you in your work. I feel thnt others should know the above farts and have no objection if you see fit to publish this letter. Sincerely yours, (Signed) Mary A. Johnson. Neil H. Wright District Agent. Lubbock. Teiaa. enormous additions to me nirrii ultiiral and minora! wealth of the country. Thus the year 1922 finds the Uni ted States the world's chief sgrlcul tural, manufacturing, commercial and financial nation. The possibili ties of a further expansion in all these lines sre found in the fact thnt What the Halns is doing in the wny of developing, and what we ex pect to do in tne future has been the stililect of mors than half of the rending matter in past lsues of the Avalanche, and that we have some thing to be proud of is shown in a letter received hv us from an old timer on the I'lalns, who is now at Sntiti Anna, John R. Havens, Route I, Ib.x HID. A part of the letter is as follows: "I wish to give you a little informa tion that you can use as a bnis to prove the growth of your county in s little more than two decades. Under the head of Knrollmcnt of the Public S hnol by counties for the year end- with our population, exclusive of i jnir August 31, 1 H97. I.tibbot k coun Alaska, is still only 3tl per square iy with Cochran, Hockley and I.ynn mile or less than one-tenth thnt certain of the most prosperous our Kuropean neighbors. MOTHER I OPEN CHILD'S BOWFLS WITH CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP 1 Your little one will love the "fruity" tns'e of "California Kip Syrip" even if constipated, bilious, i irritable, feverish, or full of cold. A U'Bipooiif ill never fails to clsnns the 1 liver and bowels. In a few hours you can see for yourself how thor . ouirMy it works all the sour bile, snd i undigested food out of the bowels ! snd you have a well, playful rhlld I strain. Millions of mothers keep of j nil embraced in one s hool district, of the four counties hsd a scholastic population of H4." We are very gTateful to Mr. Ha- I vens for this information, for espec. i inlly do we like to have the outside 1 people know that our present growth I hm been made in these few yenrs ' from such small figure. FISHER CO. MAN SAYS PLAINS CANNOT BE EQUALED .1. It. Martin, of Fisher county, ' formerly a farmer of the Abernn'hy section, was here the first of th" week looking after business matters. "I think there is no place on the globe' that will beat the South I'lalns as a "Call- farming country, and from the way fornla Fitf Svruti" handy. They , oils country is developing it iooxs io I know a teasnoonful today saves a 1 me use evcrynooy knows its vaiue, sb k ihild tomorrow. Ak your drug irlst for genuine "California rig Sy-iip" which hns directions for ba bies and children of all ages printed on bottle, Mother! You must ssy "California" or you may get an Imi tation fig syrup. Judt'e Otis Trulov snd H 0. Pin kin, of the firm of Madden. Trulove, I Kyhurn and Pipkin, Santa Ke attor i neys of Amarillo are here looking af ter leirsl matters in District Court, rrgnrding Santa Ke damage suits pending. NOTICE TO REAL ESTATE MEN My property is off the market. Govern yourselves accordingly. . G. S. DeRardeleben. 41.2. Silence la lovers' rhetoric. From $54.75 to $250.00 Beautiful Bed Room Suites, made in mahogany, Walnut, Birdseye and Ivory are really Great Values $14.00 to $42.50 Will buy Exceptional Values also in our stock of LIBRARY TABLES Robinson Furniture Co. West Broadway LubboclOTexix he told an Avalanche reporter. The people who know the Mains know there is no argument against this being everything Mr. Mnrtiii said it is, snd we are sure that the rapid development of the country is great ly helped by such boosters. AUCTION SALE OF RFC ISTERED HEREFORD CATTLE Mr. Hereford breeder, on Jan. 23, 1922, at Spur, Texas, beginning at 10 A. M , 1 will hold my first annual sale of pure bred cattle, consisting of 18 cows, bred to Prince Rupert 48; three of these cows sell with their calves at foot. Seven coming 2 year heifers, 9 coming yearlings, and 7 one and two years old bulls. The rows have the standard blood lines and were secured from the famous R. V. Colbert and Son hrd. Th voting stuff is of Prince Rupert and Majestic Ruler blood. Come to this sale and buy of the best of blood lines and at your own price. Nothing listed above reserved, everything sells For further Information, Address Chas. Whltener, Spur, Texas. 39-4 MARRIAGE LICENSE Ralph Smith and Miss F.vies Re- vill. January 9. Chester Moore and Miss Haiel Me- Clendcr. January 12. Claud P. Henderson and Miss Esr gle Ilsmbo, Jsnuary 13. Joa Richard Ilailey and Miss Uda Moore, January 1(1. Stanford De Priest and Miss F.ula S proles, January 14. IF STOMACH IS BAD LET DIAPEPSIN END GAS. INDICESTION "Pane's Diapensin" has proven It- ! self the surest relief for Indigestion, Gases, Flatulence, Heartburn, Sour nesa, Fermentation r Stomach Dis tress caused by acidity. A few tab lets give almost immediate stomach relief and shortly the stomach Is cor I .j t n . . i. rrriru mi yin enn r t, i ui it iinni. without fear. large case costs only few rents at drug store. Millions helped annually. 11-11 B. C. Clutter returned Saturday from Ronham, where he has been with relatives. NO. 2 OPPORTUNITY Opportunity No. I is now gone, as we have just completed the sale of 6000 acres in Hockley County, and in the securing of Opportunity No. 2 we feel we have a proposition that is aa-l and for a Homeseeker't Chance Can't Be Beat. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET A HOME OF 177.1 ACRES PRICE IS $18.00 PER ACRE, and for the next six years your payments, with interest added, will not exceed one dollar per day. TERMS AS FOLLOWS: Amount you pay CASH is $3.00 per acre $531.30 You assume $8.40 per acre (due Sept. I 7th. 1929, interest payable in advance Sept. 1 7th each year at 5 '2 per cent) $1487.65 Balance to be paid in Six Notes, (each for $194 81 at 7 per cent interest payable annually on December 1st.) $llf.H.A5 The Cost of 177.1 acres at $ I 8 00 per acre is $3l7.oO LOCATION: In Bailey County, Texas. Northwest of I.ubbock. 15 miles west of Sudan nnd 10 miles aouth of Muleshoe, the county sent of Bniley Countv. She above towns are all on the main line of the Santa Fe Kailroad. DESCRIPTION: One of the best farming counties on the South Plains, prnctically level, and 99 per cent tillable. We consider the Cunli!y of the SOIL the best on the Plains pecu liarly adopted to the growing of COTTON, Keif fir. Milo. Fet erita, Sudan Grass, Cane, Corn, Wheat, Oats. Millet, and is one of the greatest Dairy. Hog and Poultry countrie in the South. SOIL is a sandy loam, very rich and fertile, drouth resisting and easy to cultivate. WATER: An abundance of excellent WATER is available at a depth ranging from 50 lo 100 feet. The rain fall here is that of the entire South Plains Country, from 22 to 2 5 -in. annually. We leave Lubbock on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS of each wet-k at 5:53 A. M. on train for SUDAN, where we have closed cars to take you out to inspect this LAND, and if you buy we pay your Rail Road fare both ways. If you are interested in the above LANDS, or other LANDS in this section of the Great South Plains, and want further par ticulars, and unbiased information about LANDS in this coun try see, TEXAS LAND EXCHANGE (Lubbock, Texas. C. W. Alexander Office Conley Building, Phone 44) J. E. Alexander A LITTLE BOOKLET EVERY TEXAS FARMER SHOULD HAVE NOTICE Call Home I-aur.dry. Flinne 797, Tor your laundry, quick service. 4Mp T J. A. Ctudle was her Tuesday from his farm south of town. Dnighnuta made daily at V-i fc-Pakery. The Thirty-Third Annuel Report; of the Texas Agrbmlturnl Experi ment Station, A. and M. College, li-s recently come from the press end contains the very newest and best in-1 format inn for the fa'mers or Iexas who are engaged In s business amounting to more thsn 725 million dollars annually. If one desires in formation about proper fending and breeding of snimals or tre'itnient of animal suffering from d'reases or insect rests: proper fertilizer and cultivation of field crop or their pro tection from the ravages of plant dis ease and insects; what is best to do to provide ample fruits and vegetable for home or for market; how to study the fertility of soil or the value of feeding stuffs and fertilizers; how different varieties of corn, of cotton and various other field crops com pare wi'.h one another in production under lair tests in differert sections of the State; how higher yielding strains of different crors are being developed and distributed by the Sta tion; or, in coneral. Information on the economics of fsrming and ranch ing, he should, by all mesne, read this report, which contains tichty pages describing in a frenersl wsy and in imrle Inngnage, the divers activities of the Experiment Station system. As lorg as the supply lasts, this report wi.l be mailed free to any per son tn Ierss, it renueii it maue to P. Yni:nblood, Director, Cjllepe Station, Texas. SCIENCE REVEALS I that foods that abound in the vitamins best promote) I healthful growth. I .Scott'sEmulsion! I at an aid to growth and strength should have a place in the diet of most children. S t B.a, ai...,r..n. TLX AHO Mrs O" RK-iams (Tibial or Cul.J r INDIGESTION For fsilure to supply hot water te, a tenant, a New York landlord was recently sentenced by the Court of Kpeial Passions to pay a 1250 fin and spend 30 days in 1Jr" ','houe p-n tht it itl ' .ttr as the activities of m ik je new crops advance. prNr u means hrlpie. owardJ inadi rstanding and realization that' B,J. W. Purkett. of rortaVa, New .fxico, who has been here for sev 'ral days visiting at the home of It. C. Randolph, left Wednesday for may! Sweetwater. Scratch pads for sale at thla uffr.