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Tl IF. tXJfmoCK AVALANCHE, FRIDAY, f F.DRUARV 3. 1922 First Presbyterians Call Pastor For The Church Here Itev. J. M. Lewis, of Krccport, : Ti'xnn, him been culled to the I.uli-j bock Presbyterian church, and hur. i accepted the place. I He is nn utile preached ami the i ptotOf of Lubbock are fortumito to have him become Interested in the ( work her. ... ! Dr. Iturwi ll, well liked and force ful speaker, who ih been conduct-1 ing the services the punt several i week, will return to hi home ui Lnlln Immediately after the BrriViil j .of Kcv. Lewis, which will It about the first of Murch. i rir ftnrwell him mudu friends with ' the people of hi church and other churches, und will be grcutly mini d. He rum been active among theme present at meetings of the vunous civic orgniilxation and him proven himitelf admirably adupted to all kind of public work which is de signed to create spirituul or mater ial good, and his power of speech la never restrained when his sub ject la ulong progressive, channels, lie Is assured that the work he has done In Lubbock him met with ub .1nt Mnnroviil of the church mem- benhlp, and may he be successful In his undertaking In what ever ; field he may work Is the wish of hi , many friends In Lubbock. , IN-v. Lewis is well known to the rhurch members and will be heartily welcomed on his arrival in Lubbock. We learn the Manse will lie partly rebuilt, with many improvements. SLATS DIARY Friday l's and the pieecber went out In the country this after noon after skool was out ami Mr., Brown wich is a farmer win i.'it ; a calling his hogs and he has got I a Immence voice on him. The pr h- j er sed Mr. Iirown you (rot such a , big voice you Khud ouirht to of ben j a minister und Mr. Iirown leaned up vs. his fence and sed Well I j pes they is more money in calling hogs than they is in calling Sin- 1 new. Saturday-- Pa fed when !n; was a little fellow you cud tell pro-iperous folks arnrt from the unoro ir-m i ones by the kind of a horc thi v j drove but now you cant do ih.it with the ottos people i drivin-r. I'ug Stevens told me to stop thr-iwin ' stones at hi pup & I up fde What if I dont. & he deply.-d A sed If you dont stop continn.-in ! It its going to make me 'eel bad i every time I see the doctor go to j yure h'itic. 1 Sunday Are feechcr is a nev 1 at Sunday skood. The obi 1 h:f j -een v iv''"k to ma rey t., .!' jn'l she il'. l Ver; i':. Ilv pa sa.-s. !!!.! t-r p;i..fd ii;.' . dime h.' Iiirryell lii'l M:rr it ri I nn vvt . y 1 1 I i Monday- Ma t"t very r.-'tvckd 1 when I borrved her tenth brush, i She th.il I imed it f.i wii'h my teeth of. Hot she nei-diit to w I only tuk it to eleiin our tvpe'vr't Toe day Ma invited a woman hen- fo- Sin' it tniitle & she was telling pa what sniii't wo-ruio the wis. She her I on ersat ion is like fine old w ine. So uf'er s j r I'a g" hi i hat and .rmk oot L I -( Where von g"ing Kt he sed Sbiih. At I did. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUCH KF.MF.DY AIDS NATURE Medicines that aid nature are al ways most ef'ect'inl. t 'h'linberbiin's Couch Remedy net on this dan. It allays the eonh, rel eves the Inni'i. aids nnturn in re-toring th system to a healthy condition. Thon-'amls have testified to its (food ciilalities. Try it when you have a cough or cold. '! tf DAIRY AND POULTRY PRODUCTS HELP FARMERS C. O. Lessmith was In town Tues day from his farm west of town with a nice load of poultry and , dairy products. The amount of j money he is making from this parti of his farm is hard to offset by the regular field product)., even if hisi Is the best farming country in the state. Keep the ifood work going, j Mr. I.essinith, there is no estimate to be placed on the annual loss of the average farmer in not taking j more interest in hi poultry stock i and dairy herds, and the more mon-l ey that such hifjncM makes h bet- I ter undi rstiirnlini' n h- had of the j necessity of takinir ndvantaL'e of every mom y making posiotulity on the farms. BOX SI'PPFR AT POSF.Y FRIDAY NIGHT FEB. 3RD. Thi re vil! be ii I 'm i;iper (riven at the I'osey School llin'. Friday j riitfbt, February 3rd, for the pnroose i of rrealinir a fund for ihe purchase I of a piano f ir the .Sunday School t I that place, und the public is rordia1 ly invited to attend. The Udirs will brinif loes, and the men and boys come with well filled pocket books, to buy the boxes. 44-.'n j I Conley's Spring Merchandise Event USHERIING in SPRING MODES New arrival appear now week from week showing the favored mode chosen by the Congress of Fashion Ar tists of America who will not accept the decree of Paris for longer skirts The American dictators of Fashion have decreed for short skirts. We appreciate your visits to our store and wish to assure you that it is always our pleasure to show you the new merchandise even though you arc not ready to buy Visit our Ready-to-Wcar De partment every time you are in town. Our Mrs. Cannon, in charge of this department is always pleased to show the new wearables. NEW COAT SUITS There we Many Change in the Model, But Straight Line and Box Effects Dominate Theae newly created Cont Suit will indeed please at every price. It i our pleure to announce that we have .ecured these new Spring Model at the New Low Level to which all merchandise i working Beautiful Tricotine and Poret Twill. DRESSES Peggy Page and Lady Fare for the Young Woman and the Woman Who Withe to Remain Young. -Dressr of lustrous Taffeta, Chiffon Taffeta, Mallinson' Pussy Willow, M;il linson' Oraprlla, Mallinsnn' "I Irre and 'I here import Silk" Mallinson' Can ton Crepr, fashioned hy Peggy Page and a full dozen other New York manufacturers. We confine our Keady-to-Wear purchase to New York from the fact that New York i now the Style Center for the entire United State. This store guarantees to show the latest New York Styles at absolutely as early a date as the same styles a displayed on Fifth Avenue in New York and other representative cities. We apain emphasize the invitati to visit our ready-to-wear department each week You are welcome and will not he importuned to buy. are invitation In addition to the new arrivals of spring ready-to-wear we are daily receiving our Spring Stock of General Dry Goods, Oxfords, Pumps and Spring Phoenix Silk Hosiery. Here is a Partial List of the New Spring Merchandise Now in Our Shelves and On Our Racks: FOR THE MEN and Young Men' New Men' Spring Suit. Men' and Young Men' New Spring Stetson Hat. Men' New Spring Underwear. Men' and Young Men' New Clnpp and Packard Shoe. Phoenix Lisle and Silk Sock. FOR THE WOMEN J. cx T. Cousins New Spring Pump and Oxford. Queen Quality New Spring Pump and Oxford. Edwin C. Smith New Spring Pump and Oxfords Ault William New Spring Sensi ble Oxford. F.dwin Clapp' New Spring Walk ing Shoe (low). Phoenix New Spring Silk Hosiery. Ne pring Lisle Ho New Spring Spring Pussy Phoenix lery. Peggy Page" Dressre. Mallinson' New Willow Silk Dresse Mallinson' New Spring DrapelU Silk Dressr. Mallinson' New Spring "Here Bnd 'I here Sport Silk Dressr. Poret "("will New Spring Cont Suit Tricotine New Spring Coat Suit. NEW SPRING BOLT GOODS 2 case New Spring Gingham. I rase New Spring White Good. I ras? New Colored Organdie and Wash Goods. 50 piece New Spring Silk. I case New Spring Sheeting. All of whiih we guarantee to e a low or lower than ame quality of merfhnndisr ran he sreured else where in lexa. OUR FINAL WINTER CLEARANCE SALE OF ALL REMAINING HEAVY MERCHANDISE $5.95 SPECIAL Choice of about one Bnd one half doen fine wool sertfe Coat Suits and Serge Dressr, former (high) price up to V) each. Your Choice $5.95 -While thu general advertisement U to an nounce the New Spring Merchandise, yet in trictly Winter Merchandise we announce final reductions that appear unbelievable. $1.95 SPECIAL I (') pairs Women' High Top Walking Shoe and Dress .Shors, the former pricr of which ranged from $12 .50 to $17.50 prr pair, your unrestricted ihoirr, prr pair $1.95 Seasonable Merchandise 1-2 Price Throughout the month of f eb ruary. we offer your unrestricted choice of the following H)0 per rent Merchandise at 1-2 Former Price. Every Woolen Dress or Cloak. Every Silk Blouse or piece of Eur. Every Silk or Woolen Sweater or Middy, Every Silk Petticoat or Woolen Skirt. Every Kimonn, Silk or Cotton. Every Child' Cloak or Overcoat. Every Woolen rr Cotton Hlanket. Every Auto Ruk or Quilt. Every Woolen Union Suit, Man or Woman. Every Man' Overcoat or Macki naw. Every Man' Sweater or Knit Cap. Every Roy' Overcoat or Macki naw. Every Winter Cap. F ur or Woolen Every Rain Coal, Men or Wo men' Every Woman' Winter Hat. Every Piece of Silk Underwear. (except Phoenix). Every Pair of Women' I lih Shoes. SPECIALS THROUGHOUT THE STORE Oulinu Flannel, best grade, yd. 13c Pepperell 10-4 Wenched Sheeting. the yar d 59c 5,000 yards Eace, former price 15c to 25c, per yard 5c Splendid Grade Gingham, yd 13e 5,000 yard Embroidery, reduced from 15 and 25c to yd 5c Edwin Clapp' Calf Shoe, English last, per pair $9.75 Conley Full Value Merchandise for Final Clearance at a Discount of 1-3 -Entire Sto k Men' and Boy Suit Entire Stock Men Woolen Shirt Entire stok of Silk and Dress Shirts. Entire stock of Silk Neckwear. Entire stock of Sheeplined Coats and Vest. Enlite stock of Erlt and V'elour Hat (Except Stetson). Entire stock of Irtinks, Suit Case and Hag. Entire stock of Purses and Head ed Rags. I .ntire Ick k of Jewelry and F ancy Notion. Entire stock of Children and Women' Union Entire stock of Fall Silks Entire tcvk of Drapery and Fa ble I .inens. Standard Merchandise Reduced for Yours and Our Benefit, 20 per cent Reduction on the Following: (Except New Spring Shipment) Entire stock Women Pump and Oxford. F.ntire Mock Holt Good. Entire Stock Silk Hoiery (except Phoenix). f .ntire etock Cotton Hoiery. Entire slock Stetson Hal Entire alock Children' Shoe. Men' Shoe (except Clapp and Packard). Justin Dont. These Reduced Prices on seasonable merchandise continue until the last vostago of Winter Wearables are sold. Every price quoted guaranteed throughout the month of February, 1922. Come and bring this price list with you examine the bargains and be convinced that during the entire year the store of A. II. Conley, Jr., will sell dependable merchandise for less money than can or will any competition. We give no coupons No Premiums .Just Bargains Bargains Bargains! ! On the cut price merchandise No Approval-No Returns. SALE CONTINUES UNTIL MARCH lt A. B. CONLEY, Jr. The Home of Hart Schaffner & Mark Clothe. Lubbock, Texa SALE CONTINUES UNTIL MARCH Itt I LOST MY BEST CUSTOMERS THRU RATS," WRITE J. ADAMS M: ICuth I.C'iran left Tuesday t.) visit home folk lit kosfhiiil. .Sh" Is a student in the music Hss f.f Mrs. J. Gclin. and will return t her studies after a few days. 'Tsed t have the busie't Ket.iu rnnt in town until news spread that the kitchen was infested with rats; luft u lot of mv hest customers un til I tried KAT-SNAI'. Haven't a n-t in the place now. KesUurants should use HAT-SNAP." Three sizes .tic, fi.'ic. $1.2". JMd and iruaran-ti-ed by City liruK Store and Cole Jlynck JHw. to. 40-tf FRUIT TREES, PECANS, BERRIES Will help you live at home Plant them, and they will do the work; plant cotton and you will do the work. Fruit i the only product of the eoil that ha not gone down in price Let us make your home ground beautiful forever. We have hardy. Climate-proof native Tea tree and shrub that are unaurpaaaed for beauty. Write for catalog. We pay expre. Satisfaction guaranteed. RAMSEY'S AUSTIN NURSERY Auatin. Tea. 4-4t 1922 MOTOR LICENSE WILL EXCEED PREVIOUS YEAR Austin, Jan. 'H. Motor vehicles registration for the year IUL'1 to tals 4!lt,o:i7, according to the record rif the State Hiirhway Department. The VT1 total will exceed that of the previous yenr approximately C.1, noo. Dealers to the number of 'I, .tdli were registered in IICM, chauf feur licensed 17.17."); tranxfers 11 744 and motorcycles registered 3,- Kefcistration for 1 122 are coming in rapidly, the number received up to ami including anuary '!. Iieing iiU.1, UHH motor vehi les and 1,0 11 mo torcycles. Transfers so far this year n'imler 9,0(11, chauffeurs' licenses, 28.8U4 and dealers 761. LUBBOCK BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ACTIVE M. D. Henderson, of Got r bo, Ok lahoma, left Monday for his home, after having spent several day here looking after city properties, making settlement with Uncle Sam and the city officials for the taxes on same. Japan' princi-s' export are raw jiilV, cotton Ims-is anJ auk tisaurs. That the Lubbock Iluilding and Loan Associntion has-been making good speed in achieving it purpose in building modern and good homes in Lubhoik, can be seen from a re view of what has been done to dute. A loan was made to J. ('. iH-su for the construction of a six room home on the lota rienr his fioral businesa. being the fifth loan made by the Association. This is a going concern for Lub bock, and one that is every day making headway in it line. The association was organized for the sole purpose of stimulating the building business in I.uhhovk, and is li.ic ki'd by business men who are interested in meeting the demands for new home in Lubbock, realis ing that only aa homes ar bult can the aubstantial population be in creased. The willingness of Lubbock busi ness men to care for this situation is one of the many things that has helped to make Lubbock the live trad center it is. W must not be misled into the Idea thiit a tv n or city can h built wit boat effort, and the really progressive, construc tive arid live-wire ritizena are prov ing every day that they realize the problems that are before them, showing a willingness to offer the To Stop a Cough Quick tak HAYES' HEALING HONEY. onuith medicine which slops the coufth by healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues A ho of CKOVE-S O-PKN-TRATE SALVE fur Cheat Colds. Head Cold and most prsctical and best olutic.n ; ""P enclosed with every bottle ol possible, which was one of the things that helped to create the Lub bock Building 4i Ixian Association. It. W. McDsniel. of Hotan. vnr her Tuesday and Wednesday look ing after businea matters. Bullet from high-power rifle and explosive mines hav failed to ex terminate the hair sesl f'om the Krsser River of British Columbia. The hair seal is the enemy of the f ixhermen, he ause it eat ton of salmon and ha a voraciou appetite. Thejr frequently consume 10 Urge salmon at a meal, raiding the fish ermen' net and eating all but the heads. Their skins ar of no value, and th department of fisheries has granted the fishermen permiasloa to us crosslin ia aa endeavor to ei terminate them. HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The alv should be robbed on the chest and throat of children suffering from a Cold or Group. TTx kslln fWf nf Him' Hltnt Honev h tM the thrtc nffliNlKI Mh thm CMWilna rftiwl o l.m O H 1rr tain ihruiak Mm pant m Um ma iipvt a cms. ttfh rrawtw tn partMl In one cartas as ISt SSM ft ICM CSMUWll UeSlMMMit U iSc Just sxk your dnubtiat HAYES" HEAUNU HOMEY. Health hint: Get your own over coat when leaving a restaurant. Next month is th month In whl. you pay 30 day' rent for 2 day. When a woman get a man up a tree th make a monkey out of hin,. They say a moral wave i wee . Ing th country. It netd tweeir.g.