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II IF. LUBBOCK AVALANCHE. TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1922
8 " R. 8l R. THEATRES Requirements of the Income Tax Law Returns A A m mm mm A B R. & R. 0 LINDSEY H Friday and Saturday j Zano Grey's Powerful s Story A teal KHmm . ZANE GREYS' THE UP. i) 1 1 air i AT LINDSEY THEATRE Tuesday, January 31st. CONSTANCE TALMADGE in THE GHOSTS OF YESTERDAY" Wednesday and Thursday DAVID POWELL in THE MYSTERY ROAD" LYRIC Wednesday LOUISE HUFF in THE DANGEROUS PARADISE" LYRIC Thursday WALLACE REII) in THE HELL DIGGERS" LYRIC Friday and Saturday Your Favorite Star CONSTANCE TALMADGE in "UP THE ROAD WITH SALLIE" HII! "Mr.Jwh't on-'.lhr cook tatty aav fll mor. HtlioKn 4 Corn nn'it '4rI '.ih.u. thry .mi I ntf .lorm in t" n , ,IOIM. h. VI ylx'.Jr t 1 ..ring Kt 'iuxri g evil I Don't wait another day to Jmoiv the dcliciousncss of Kellogg s Corn Flakes How Killogg's Corn Plata a7pc.1l to tho most fastidious appetites! What a worvler piiturc they make all joyously tumbled and jumbled in a big bowl; sunny-brown, oven frrJitlie Rhddcst good-to-cat cereal you'vo tver tasted or locked upon! Kcllop-'s Corn Flakes are a revelation pa!.i!i 'tiklrrs that brinu tho sunshine rijjht into the breakfast room and get the day Ruing all rij:,ht 1 Never was such flavor as you'll find in Keilogjj's; never was there such all-the-tlnie crispnessl And KelloKg'i are never leathery or tough or hard to eatl Your happiness will know no bounds when you see the little folks come back for "more Kellocg's, Mother, please!" Kcllogg'i win everybody they're so deliciousl Insist upon KELLOGG'S and you'll get KELLOGG'S tho original Corn Flakes in the RFI) and Git EE N packagel Don't forget, KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes are made by the folks who Rave you the JUN GLFLAND Moving Pictures. Coupon inside every package of KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes explains how you can obtain another copy of JUNGLE TOASTS CORN FLAKES CORN FLAKES A U Min f KELLOGCS K2UMBLLV J fcUXOOG'S BRAN, tmmki m4 irakLJ C. A. COZY PAS5F.D TO HIS REWARD TUESDAY N'CHT C. A. Coil')', aire 40 yearn, died at the family home Tuenday niffht, after an Ulneim covering aevera! et'a. He bad auffered a atroke of paralyaii aeveral yeara tf'i ami had been in invalid up until hi death. Deeeaned a devout member of th HnjitiJ-t thurih. lie i mir.ived by hi wife and two small c'tildien. Funeral rvi en e'e be'l n 3 oMixk Wedn-niay aftrrnoon by Rv. Jno. P. Harrt'-ity, r,-trr ' th ) rr Xaptixt. cburrh. burial followed ia Knfflewooil cfinctry. .S.uin 5i.-tonite. RPV. C. W SHEARER LEFT FRIDAY ON TWO-PURPOSE TRIP IHk Kl!ey. of Snyder, i at LubbK-k Sanitarium for Irtrn.miT.t, Krv. Geo. W. Shi-arcr, prefidintt elder of the Lubbork dintrlrt of the Vet Tean cnnferenie left Friday fir Dallas, t. be in attendan t at a boKpital mertintr t' be held there rl alive to th ti'iililinir n'w under rn rtrurtion in that city. He mill gr from Dullan ti Mem I'hiK, TenneoM-e, to attend a Ce" -lenary meetinir wit1! other preMi ij elileri". The importance of attending that meeting i beyond d uht. and all premdinir e'dera of vSe S iut hue-tern dmtrirt were urged to attmd. SLATS' DIARY 1'riilny I I. . y w;r u nut ll rum lo lire dour at me hou-e toiluy nJ wanted to m II xiim bare tune for Ins bald bine V be Hi'il lie j;e-)i he wnoili 11' lake iio lie, M:i ed (! on lilied Mini iit num. I'm be luffed and Hed Well 'iMi tin lliey niy vmi I tint have Iwire ntid I i.me Im tb. M.i ink ed at nie A ned t h 1 in. Well t hi- no ii"e in you (f liiiii without Imtb whi n you (,'ot 11 1 h lin e for a hnriritin lili thi 1. tint Hoipe: Iniii' pioil 'he fail. Saturday I wai tawkii y lo .lime today & I told her jui.t in fan that they was it i-I at the I i 1 1 ): i show milled 11! li e In-i r.ite She sed Tilll'K nothlf'sr the 1 -t tune I xeen yoii I laffed out loud. She ark m rv fi kte it tiniei. S'liiday I'n A me i' ri ! to , r,ir n wile ma h'aid lit home to ji't. dni'i r li' 1 1 the i'ot to reiuliflK a So. 11 'y Nov el hy .11111 Autber A; ! I the meat li"n li .V when we n l down !' w i" mad X .li ;:u-.ted & im.i. I;v nml i ' A' he () tl,n ..toff !ti f.l for a 1'i'il.y to et. A K"' fr mi ti,. Table'. Ma j-i In I f' .1 A i-ed W ..i! yn'i ''I half to 1 . , . hei r i ' .e t h- II I (feH if 01 !U . I,.llil'r . Motiilny I!.'n V to .!..i. days aifii. Teie her was tein I . un nhont wn.l like de-tit imd li.-r i'1 A i tit arid and die list .lake to loune a Si iit. r iim iiiir the wird I'oi lit. He tied Vy nm tent me to the i.. . ery to pet a d 'emit of e(fUM. I'oor .lake had to mrt a (rood lioxitiif mileh wi'h Iniddn new (jIuvch, n et. of hin linor anee. TiieBilay Went to a In-ture on I'rohishiiti with mn St p" t"nite. A the speaker wan tawkinif about the Country In-fore and after tiikinjj F'ro biHhun. He aed - On the 1 hand we have pot Poverty, rrime, Penoaie and PrtmkeneHs while and he atmk out hin other hand A kep on rontinueinjf on the other hand what have we Ifot. And ole Vig iron Mike jvlled ao every I rud here plain. Wartn. fle I'ilriron doemt no we have got I'ro bishnn pa ay. Wednesday Mm. Smith had me to ifo by her some meat A when I delivered it he f!av me a pence of Cake A I Hed Thank you and he sed Pont mention A I ded No ma'am I Wilt I diddi'tit i Ven 'ell .lake Thursday - f'n i-nyn the lr pr--eribed e'im real beer for Mr .lories witch w aiek on Main t. And the funny part ih thet he pot ink frum dritikmir home brew wl'rh he hud made hi"elf. CHIEf OF POI ICF. Rf Tt'RNS PI.AINVIF.W BOYS TO SHERIFF Six youths were here Tbnrtday e'eninir enrnufe froni their horned to no tellinif where, and their tnm riei'in appearance ea'lied f'hief of I'n . e P' f edler to inquire a to 'hy they rrp here, and learned t' it they were leaving their home at I'lainview. Il l-d(fed the adi In Jail, and made innuiry to the nheriff at Plain- iew, who informed him that he wound pay the ret'irn fare of four tif the lada an their parent had re. nueated their return, and they were aent home Friday. The other two boyn were n leaed shortly after the arrest, and prom ited they wjuld gn home. DIED Darke A. Coxby. ot Kluton, died at .1' h,ome there Wednesday. He was m nienilier of I.uhhtw k Mu tu. t Aid Asso. mti ii No. 2, and the f '" s-nount of the pt.liey wu de livered from the offite l'"re F. M Hoover, of At'hison. Kan M.4, wr..' here Thursday and I n-lay on businexa. I FARMER DIES AFTFR SHOOTING HIMSELF j- Kotan. Texas. Jan. 2.1. T. L. Smith, farmer liine two miles east ot Kotan, hot himxdf in the heart early this rnormnf and died about 1" a. m. lit was about 60 year old. The new reipircincnt of the in come tax law that returns hnll be made of jcross itieoine of $.",(II 0 or more reifardlens of the amount of pet income upon whi h thu ta i as sented, necessitates iHreful romputu tion on the part of llu taxpayer. "(Jross iniome" ineliide practically every dollar received by thu taxpayer during the year 11)21 in salaries, waifes, rumniissions, rents, royalties, interest on bank deposits, cash divi dends on stink, "or income from any source whatsoever." "Net income ' is jrroea income less certain deduc tions provided for by the act, in i lulling all business expense incur red in the conduct of a business, trade, profession, or voca'.ion. Certain expenditures, however, are not deductible as a buiioi expense when made for the purchase of ar ticles more or less permanent in character, or for permanent improve ment of property, ror example, a men bant would not be allowed to deduct the amount expended in the erection of a new store, or a fanner the coat of a new tra tor or thrash mK machine, since such investments are held to lie capital investments. The law expressly prohibits the de duction of family or living experisea, such as rent for a dwelling, repairs to a dwelling, cost of food and cU;h iriui for the family, education of chil dren, servar)t'i wages, and similar items. Amounts spent during the year for any of these items are not deductible. ITFMS OF IN1ERF3T h ROM THF. LYNN COUNT Y NFWS A I'M llciub't'oii, a fot'iicr ti'icii of I '.nii coiinly, n spending the week liie sting wi'h reilt'lVes und tic nil'-, etirouti: from l.i bore la I.i - A-.geles, ( ill., to Jl'illa , Te.-, . n a b'lsiners ti ip. 1 he Itt'th Sunday Meeting of th' I:, ow nf ie. I'.ai,t,,t A-o, u: I lop, lie ran in '1 .1 -k it la-it ev- r ing at the l ir tt I'.ap'iU church. A l.uec trowd of ilelc'.'i.t i s from the vai ou n'u' km r the A .-. .iiiuion ate ot.-.-i te.l to .:. and t-i'ii.n row to h - l l ;rtci-d-,1'i.e at the M'sHioh held t'Mie dai'y. A -i nrdmir to information re. i ivc.l ti.e f , r t of the week, the l:'Me i i: y Hi I'lii'tincM w.il hold an il'-itnm wi'iun the rn't tweii'y dav !o de li inline whether or ri"t 0"P'l i-I-iiU I vt.icd in the amount of .! J.'d'O.i.Ml ! i.r I he purpo ie of ere' t u-g n pioih i o lo i' k icliool building iviiiday afternoon, .J.v"i . '-' !.' 1'mma Towp.eii and Mr 'onl..iid I edl.etlcr, both of the Weill oin uriiitv, were onilcil in m;n r.ai'e a! III! Ve'bolll-t pars .Pill'", 'be Ki v, V i Cpton, officiating. poughnuts mad" daily at M-irtin's r.ak. ry. ' V tf This new sugar-coated gum delights young and old. It "melts in your mouth" and the gum in the center remains to aid digestion, brighten teeth and soothe mouth and throat. There are the other WRIGLEY friends to choose from, too: mm .l-.-s-J t'. LJ Mr-. .1. It. Kirn aid, 'f Camp M-- Mai tan I I'eiivr, if Wil.'in, ."springs, t ame to I.i.l bo. k lo t mr ' miaul at I'e I ut-bo. k Stinitarium to be opeiated on in the I.nbbo'k the firs! nf !n-! w, k f ir piedi, al a'. Sani' a ri u'ii. ' ten en !!!llll!l lllllllil t Newspaper Bargains! and Subscription Clubbing Propositions Read the lust below and make your, selections and we will be pleased to order them for you. Avalanche Semi-Weekly clubbed with ihy paper at a special clubbing price. 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