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TIIF. l.UnnOCK AVAI.ANCI IF., FRIDAY, f F.BIUJAKY J. 1922
STOP THAT COLD! The LUBBOCK DRUG COMPANY C. GRANVILLE JOHNSON. Prop. "Tli. Nyal Slor." N. IBS In cast- of bad cold use Nyal's Laxaeold. In case of pnclimonia, send for your physi cian immediately and when he prescribes bring that prescription here and rest assured it will be compounded properly. Very Important Meeting For Farmers To Be Held Here Saturday Afternoon, February 8th Interest Farm Bureau Amarillo. Jan. 31. Farmer from all part of l.uhhix k County are ex- rcetcd to attend the meeting In .ulihork on Saturday afternoon, Feh. 4, at two o'clock, for the pur pose of hearing lion. L'. M. Mo Cracken of Groom, Gray County, Texai, who in Chairman of the Or ganization Committee anil of the F.lecutlve Committee of the Tea (Farm llureaul Wheat Grower A aoriationj director of the National Wheat Grower Association ; and prominent furm bureau, lender, and J Arc Your D.iyi rieamre? Perfect Health Will Make Them So. firainola, kla "l ant n t.rv hllcly free fmuj (,e liotiii.uie troiiUrt from mtiieti I Mf(cre, l ifi lhi-r t.'i ann"Ving nervotine, and I rertumiy ' my recovery to I -i. .r r'n-r-e ' avorib- I'n'xT ptiori. I btive taken f ny thr-e t,t;l,. In! ain sound n i . . 1 rll and have yn.ric l J'l p. n;i.: " !'. Minnie t tnn. If you're iiervnK or Iron1 !! like Ir. Aos'ui, f t' your 'IfittK i-t at tnce and oti'.nn It., Ir- r. j i i t of It. 1'iefe'n, in in'.litu or li.ui.. Wr ti It. IVrr in lln'ftilu, N. V., for fr'-e, Confidential nn)iea advice. -ril Ims a you dcetre trial package tablet. no Good Plumbing u an investment n ol a n spent. Save money u f Judge I Co ugh of Hereford, Deaf Smith, County, Texan, Chairman of the Constitution and Py l.aw Com niitti e of thu Tcxa Farm Hurea'l Fedenition ; vicu chairman of the Organization and Executive Com mittee of the Texan (Farm llu reaul Wheat Grower Association; vie president of the National Wheat Grower Aociation, and projrre Ive farmer, tell of the work ae. compluthcd and plunned in organ izing farmer cooperative commod ity marketing association under the aupica of the Texas Farm llureau Federation. They will tell nf the cotton asso ciation with 40,0ii( member, start ed on September !, IttlM, that ha received from I'l to $2'i per hale morn for It member cotton than received on local market, and ha horrowed over ".,inui,Oii(t and se cured a cred:t of ll.'i.nno.onn from the (government. Copies of a letter from the Culi fornia State Market Commlion, utatirif that all of over l grower cooperative markettr.(f aoriiiinfm made money in l'.t'JI, and that no crop independently marketed did o. A letter Ktalex: "To ak a San .liaiiuin Valley Hunker for a letter recommending the California A aociated Hal-in Company would he l'it the name an a k'nir l'ri"iiletit ll.irdmir for a letter recommending the I'nited State" Itefore orjfan- izmir. raiin jfower marketed if. 000 ton of raimn yearly at a !o. Now they market 2-0.000 ton year- i ly at a profit. opie or on h letter from ffov ernment, state ard many different farmer cooperative commodity mar keting aicint.on wJI he shown, They will include telegrams, report, bulletin, etc. Ail will he exilained. I'lun for formation of Commun ity harm Pireau will be made; "iirn up" of farm bureau member and the loo per cent, five year, compulsory pooling wheat grower contrat will be staged; wool and mohair, cotton, wheat, watermelon, alfnlfa, peach, prairie hay, weet potato, dairy product, tomato aso ciation now organized, and grain I vnrgriiim, broom corn, cattle, wine poultry association to he orgnnired will he eitplalned Following i the i'enenry of Judg" fiough and Mr. McCracken: Hale County, Hale Center, Monday, Jan. .'ID; I'etersburg, Tuesday, .Ian. Ml. Abernathy, Wednesday, Feb. 1. I.amb Count y: l ittlefield, Thursday, Feh. 2: I.nbbock County: Friday, Saturday, Feh. ,'), I. Mriscoe Coun ty: Monday, Tuesday, Feb. rt, 7. Swiher County: Tulia, Wed"esdav, Feb. H, Parmer County: Farewoll, ThurHnv, Feb. I. Q'y County, New Meien: Clovi, Friday, Feb. 10. Flovd County: Monday, Toe, day. Wednesday, Feb. It, H 1 roby County: Thuraday, Friday, Saturday, Feb. 1 it, 17, H. WHEN YOlR FARM STOCK IS SICK. LOOK FOR RATS 'ije among farm animal don't jut happen. Kata are carrier of dangerou plriguea-- hog cholera, foot and mouth disease and that terrible of all ncoorge Kubonic plague. Farmer should throwr around premise RAT SNAP. It' ure and aafe. Three aire, .'Lie, rt.r)C, II.2.V Sold and guaranteed by City Prog Store and Cole-Mv-rlck Hdw. Co. 4rttf MONEY to LOAN on FARMS and RANCHES Can handle some pood brick buildinp: loans. Loans closed promptly. F. M. MADD0X LaadKsck Stat Baali Bldf. Lubborb, Taaa snari dge Brothers announce a substantial reduction in the prices of their cars effective January liJ922 ROYALTY MOTOR COMPANY 13th St Ave. J. Lubbock, Texas LOCAL NEWS ITEMS FROM ROPESVILLE SECTION Th I -adieu Community Club met Wednesday evening at trie home of Mr. F.d. Thorp. Tho preaent were, Meadnmea Carter, Cowan, Trtmmon. I'eelar. Stambough, Cald well, Copeland, Tbomaa, Ator and Mi F'lorenc Carter. After the cluli program, Mr. Thorp nerved fruit-punch and lemon caka to the club member. Th next meeting will be at Mr. George Carter', Mtn of February. There wa an old tim spelling bee at the school building Friday flight, uainir tha Itlu Hook upeller. Mr. Milap tiroved tb bet tieller. Itrother Morrlwin preached Sun day night to a good crowd. He or dained five member a )eacon for the Itaptiat church at thin place. Hro. Nelwin wa with Brother Morri mm during the service. He i a vimting minister from Delta county. The Jtope basket ball teams play ed l.evcland Tucaday. The arore stood li to fl In favor of I'oiw. Those doubting Thomase of Mo(:y should have been there to nee the gnme. I'erhap they will be like GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING FURNITURE .We Don't Do Everything BUT WE REPAIR harna and collars, taddlet and car top rurnitura and up hokter chain, bucket, tube, etc FURNITURE, HARNESS and HARDWARE Moore Brothers The Store of Haroeaa, Leather Goods, Auto Top, Etc North S'Je Square PHONE 65 Lubbock, Texa THE BEST HARNESS IS MADE AT MOC r E EKOTHERS 5 Z 0 c 3 z D a m 7 50 z SI the little boy the calf run over. They wont have anything to say. t.eorge t arter, I,ee t owan, Mr. Hivin and Pee Moore went to Lub bock Friday to attend to aome achool matter. J. K. Kvan made a deal with Mr, Calwell and Ixul Stambough, buying back the store at thi place that he old to them neveral month ago. We will be orry to loose thee good people from our town, but wish for them succes wherever they may a" Mr. Jerry Hronrh I vlitlng hi brother Kd and Sam Mranch. He came out here for bis health from Greenville, Texas. Mr. Walk I'endrick water from East Tcxaa i visiting her. We learned (Jeorge liarten will move hi family to Lubbock thi week. Mr. Harton ha resigned hi position here with the McAdam Lumber Co. an I said that he wa going to follow some other line of business. Ceorge will make good wherever he may go and our lo will be Lubbock' gain. He surely will be missed aa a business man of thi town, also our nodal circle will greatly mis Mr. and Mr. Harton. Mr. Stamhaugh visited hi son, Lois, Friday. I .on I and wife ac companied him home to Abernathy Saturday. lrof. Humphrle and family and Mi F'rance McDonald were din ner guest with Mr. and Mr, Kd Thorp Sunday. Mr. Gilbert North", who under went an operation for appendiciti at the sanitarium at Lubbock I get ting along nicely and think she will be able to come home the lait of thi week. Mr. and Mr. Newt. Copeland vi Ited their parent in Lubbock Sun day. Mr. II. II. Tlmmon received word that her mother wa aerioualy sick in Knox county. She left Sun day morning for that place to be by her bedside. Mr. and Mr. Bern Ice Evan visi ted Mr. and Mrs. Hob Swofford home Saturday night and Sunday In the Moody community. Mr. and Mr. Sam Sander' baby got aeverely acalded Monday by fall ing over a tea kettle of hot water. OuftaM Teat DM M MM M R r. f fr tnakt ! IraatHe iiU. LAI UK mulMOUl IMINM KsiWf ISM antiaaf .. . 4w 4 cm mm M M i m Ihs Isiii mmwmmmf mmm M.I I- 4 K. W. UUV. aiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit' I 33 PHONE 33 I I 3s NUMBER 5 I And Leave it to RAY and f FRANK Lubbock Laundry Co. '2 SOFT WATER RAIN WATER 3 PHONF 3 305 rrLUi 305 .5 NUMBER 5 Our "Family Wash" Way Got Ten New Customers This Week nniMiiiiiiiiiiiniMiiiiiuiitiiiiMiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiR WOMAN ENTERS RACE FOR STATE LEGISLATURE Houston, Jan. 30. Mta Katie Duffy ha announced her candidacy for the State legislature from Har ri county. Mia Duffy will bae her platform on the 'maintainence of the law." Thi i believed to be the firt Instance of a woman ek trr thi office in Tua. P. L Carlton and wife were her Toeaday from their home at Rail. MRS. VAN SANDERS RE COVERING FROM OPERATION Mr. Van Sander is able to It at her hotel again after everal days In local medical and surgical In stitution where the underwent an operation for appendiciti. Mr. Sander i well known In Lubbock and her recovery la ap preciated by many friend. She hi been in the hotel burne her for many year and i a b"ne won an of extraord.nary abiiity.