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THE LUBBOCK AVA1.ANCHE. FRIDAY, FT.DKUARY 3, 1921
wunmm 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 m mi ii t miniimmii ttt " """ ' "" "" 1 """""" .mim.mm..ii....HiH. ........ mm.mn.mm ..i.miii ,, RATES PER LINE OR FRACTION THEREOF 10c Avalanche Classified Ads GET QUICK RESULTS PHONE 14 You can get quick sale or purchase, by placing an ad in thia department. n Ti i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiii NO AD TAKEN FOR LESS THAN 30 CENTS FOR SALE FOR SALE 87 loU scattered through the original town at price ranging from 150.01) to $350.00 per jot. bee Hcs-Sear Co., Koom 101 Security State Hank llldjf. 40-8 FOR SALE Bundle Kaffir, 4c per bundle delivered to Lubbock. J. F. Goodnight. I'hone 0008, Lubbock, Texas. 40-8p FOR SALE Big type I'oland rv,;.,. l,Ur inA triUu. all aire at 1 1 1 1 1 a. vuh. v ...... m -1 W. 11. Trotter, WiD- farmers' trictR, bock. Texa. Route 44-4 FOR SALK At a bargain on easy terra, one Emerson JiO-35 Horse rwer Engine and one Emerson nine Vine plow. Koaroa Wilson, Lubbock, Texa. 44-4 FOR SALE Long Staple Acala Cotton Seed. Shipped from Taducah, Tex. Absolutely no boll weevils. Cleaned and culled. Order now. Lubbork Grain and Coal Co. Lub bock, Texan. 43-tf FOR SALE 5 aero blork in Whue lok 2nd addition, offered at a bar gain. Texas I-and Exchange. .6-1 FOR SALE 18 acres 1 1-2 miles from town, 4 room house, offered at a sacrificed price with easy terms. Texas Land Exchange. 45-1 FOR SALE 18 full blood brown leghorn pullets. Just old enough to lay. $1.0U each. I'hone 723. 40-2 FOR SALE Severul C5 ft. lots fronting East near High School Bidg. Can sell you at 1-2 price and 1 to 4 years time. How can you afford to miss this. Several bar gain In houses and small tracts of land at this time. Come see me and let, us talk over what you have, to sell or trade. O. V. Bagwell, Room 4. Lowrey Duilding. 40-1 FOR SALE OR TRADE 6 head of mail work mules and six head of horses, will trade for good car, or will sell cheap on good terms. J. L. Brabham, at First State Hank. Ma lou, Texns. 42-tf I ou caul get (juiia nuci vi pwvww. i . tw j3 MMmiiiiiiiiiiiiiTiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iimiiiMliiiiiii'iniii'iiii'miii'iiMH ci a tp Finest Imitation FOR SALK Mchinm cotton seed, FOR RENT Rooms. I'ho,, 0l. WANTEI)-To trade go.,d nr and FOR TRADE Sumo good revenue cushion wtl" constructed, $1.00 per bushel. i. H. Clifton, on 1707 Broadway. 4U alance rush for residence. Texas bearing town property for .mail "SMlf UrKU,""h', LuUKKk4.,fr " FOR (ENT-TaTa"rtmTnTrd- 11 L ,,ar tow, ClydUokcy.40.tr ' i i w L!; ,nee stairs. See M. Fulton. 44-tf WANTED .Several setting hi n. EIGHT I-I'LL PACES of Comic s, Lubbock Bus.n.ss uoiu gt. SALE-C.ovcrnment harness. Will buy or rent them. I'hon.. 21. .j, f whi, h are in four colors. Two I y McDonald. 43-tf LOR RENT After February 9. 48-tf page ,,f Herald Junior for boys ami FOR leather built fur fur auto Call at Lubbock I'hone 335. FOR SALE 5 room house, bath, servants house, cement witlJis, I 1-2 blocks from . Square. 1'rice $3000, cash $500. balunce payable per month. This is an opportunity to buy and save money lost by paying rent. Texas Land Exchange. 45-1 FOR SALE Lots In any part of the city and aereago property from 5 to 40 acres. Texas Land Exchange. 45-11 FOR SALE 4 room house, lights, water and nice garden spot, 4 blocks from Square. I'nce $1800, cash $500, assume I13UU payanie j; per monwi. Another opportunity. Texas Land Exchange. 45-1 FOR SALE W are offering you on Broadway, a new modern 6 room house, bath, hall, and all built in features, such as boor.i ascs, buffets, linen-closets, kitchen cbinets, etc. All inside work hand finisi'rd. I'rice $5250. You can not afford to build, when you can buy one like this for the money. Texas Land Exchange. 45-1 FOR SALE Modern 5 room house within 2 block of High School I'hone 524. 39-tf FOR SALE A grocery stock, heap rent. Texas Land Exchange. 45-1 FOR SALE Big bone bronze tur keys from the pri.e winners of the South Plaina Fair, 1021. Toms $10. 00, and hens $8.00. Mrs. J. C. Way land, Lubbock, Texas. Box 514. 41-Ftf FOR SALE New modern 6 room house, bath, double garage, walks, driveway, two 50 ft. lots. Located in Overton addition on 11th. Three rooms furnished, fine new furniture goes with place. Price, $0750. If you are in the market for a real home, this is another opportuni'y. Texns Land Exchange. 45-1 FOR SALE 4 room house and 1 lot. Phone or rail Weisenborn, at Lub-Tex Motor Company. 44-tf FOR SALE Phonu 583. -Hot Blast heater. 44-tf FOR SALE 0 room house, 2 halls 2 baths, 7 closets, also 6 room house on same lots with all modern con veniences, double garege. This in an A-l proposition for a man who wants a rooming house, and is offer ed at a sacrifice. Close in. Texan Land Exchange. 45-1 FOR SALE An A-l proposition In Acreage stuff in McCrummenn Second addition, with 5 room frame house, well and mill, tank, orchard and barn. Priced right, or will trade for 5 or 6 room residence close in. Texas Land Exchange. 45-1 FOR SALE 5 room house West of High School at the remarkably low pi ice of $1300. Texas I.and Ex change. 45-1 FOR SALE Nice 3 room house, at a bargain. South part of town on Ave I. Texas Land Exchangu. 45-1 FOR SALE Large flour iaka for laio. Martin'a Bakery. 19tf FOR SALE OR TRADE My green Buick, for lots, house, or seed. It. Q. Stubbs, Lubbock, Texas. 44-lp FOR SALE White Orphington CockrcMs. Phone Mrs. E. R. Da is 42-4pK ; FOR RENT FOR RENT 2 light housekeeping rooms, upstairs. Call 607. 42-tf FOR RENT 2 light house keep ing rooms. No children. I'hone 403. 40-tf fiv room house and bath with ail city convenience and out buildings. Dr. O. H, Westlake, Phone 183. 44-tf FOR RENT Hotel centrally lo cated, cheap rent. Texas Land Ex change. 45-1 LAND FOR RENT S. W. quar ter section 64, block B. Malvin, Hlum anil Blum Survey, Bailey Co., Texas. Write owner for prompt reply. T. J. Hanify, 1070 Ashland Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota. 40-2 FOR RENT 6 room house, two block from the souare for sale or rent. See Jno. W. Aucutt. I'hone 562. or 245. 41,-tf FOR RENT 3 room house fur nished, 1300 Tenth .Street. Mrs. H. K. Mitchell. 40-lp WANTED WANTED -A do house work. Waller Myrick. capable woman to Phone CO'J. Mr. 41 tf FOR SALE B room house, ba'.h. walks, closets, screened por. h and driveway, aiS'i garage and servant' home. Price $5000, cash $1000, bal ance easy terms. Texas Land Kx chiinge. 45-1 WANTED A list on your lots, city property and farms that you have for sale. Texas Land Ex hange 45-1 FARM WANTED Wanted o hear from owner of a farm for sale, give lowest price, and full par ticulars. L. Jones, Box 551, Olney, III. 40-lp WANTED -To ex'hange nl e ni"d ern home In West Overton addition f ir smaller place close in. Texas Land Exi hange. 4511 WANTED To rent a farm on halves, prefer ICO or 100 acre. Write Paul Hardy, Lubboik, Texas. 45-2p WANTED TO TRADE Equity in 320 acres for a good home in Lub bock, balance due on land on or be fore 8 year at 7 per cent interest. Also have small residence and good car will trade for a nice residence in l.ubbo.k. What have you? Box 648, Lubbock, Texas. 42-tf WANTED To buy 2 or 3 room bouse. Phone 230. 4-2p WANTED To buy corn and maize heads. A. F. McDonald. 4C tf WANTED To trade good piano on a Ford car. J. A. Jordan, Lub bock, Texas. 4C-2p WANTED Position by an ex perienced bookkeeper, typist or re tail shoe or clothing salesman. Ad dress Clyde Edwards, Crosbytoii, Texas. 40-.'tp giris and two puges of Magazine features. All for be Boy wanted to sell tho Sunday El Paso Herald. Address H. Jl. Fris, Circulation Manager, f.l Paco Herald, El I'o, Texas. 40-2.1 FOR TRADE 1 COO acre land ia Crosby and Dickens counties, 75V acres in cultivation. Good improve incnts, three miles of McAdoo, good thunhc, si hoids, and other , con veniences. Will trade for cheaper land further West. Apply direct to owner. R. R. Woolen, McAdon, Texas. 48-4F FOR TRADE Some good farm for city property. Texas Ijind Fx change. 45-1 We want an Agent in Lubboi k, and other towns to sell Potato slips, Cabbage, Onion, and Tomato plants, wrile us and send reference. .Milan Plant Co., Milatio, Texas. 44 6 Tost and found MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE -After the 1 Oth I will be permanently linated with Mrs. Easter. Will Jo District and Obste trical Nursing. Miss Ivey, Phone 550. 4rt-2Fp - t 1 WE HAVE some exceptional bar gain in house with small cash pay ment and lor .a time on tinlsme. We also have cheap building site. See! us for bargains. Sear nd Powell, Lubbock, Texas. 41 tf "NOTICE Full blood Jersey bull, will make the srtson at my barn. A. F. McDonald. 20tf FOR TRADE - Good city property, well located, good Improvement. I want to trade for farm near town T. A. Curry. Phone 7'.'9. 44-4p LOST Black good sized nurse, In. ,1. ,i fh.r uni t.iiti small crkMniri. keys, silver pein il, snd paper with my name on them. Finder leave at Avalanche office and you will he paid for your trouble. Mr. J. C. Bowie, Sh.illovat.-r, Texas. 40-lf LOST New revcrsable raincoat In Lubboi k, Monday. Finder leave at Avalamhe and receive reward 40-1 LOST-A brown fur crf, w left t the Masonie Hall, Tuesday. Jan. 21. Fiader please call f5 or return to Ruth Foster. 40-1 p I.oST Either on streets of Luh b'M k or on 11:30 tram from Plum, view g ,ng South last Wednesday, a brown fur ne. k pice, Frsnklia Simon Co. on lining. Finder pleae retjrn to L. E. Hunt tt Co. and receive reward. 40-lp PLANT PATHOLOGIST HERE TO TEST PLANTING SEED RAISED IN THIS SECTION AND FINDS GOOD SEED J. M. Dclrurto, plant pathologist and chief of division of seeds with the State Department of Agricul ture, of Austin. W'as here Wednes day and Thursday making tests of Plulns seeds. Mr. Del tirto expressed himself , greably impressed wi'h the favor able conditions he found in a'l the! seed of the Pbiins farmers, especial-, ly clean of foieigti specie, such as; Johnson grH'.s, esnecijilly nmong the Sudan seed, wns the absence of that j detrimental seed is noticeable, he! laid. The laboratory in the state dc- pnrtmcnt of Agriculture is at the service of all planters, free tests bring mad" on all seeds, with of ficial reports made on siime. All fudd seeds pla-ed on the mar ket must be labeled according to law, with laboratory tots shown, he said. The results of these tet a?e published, together wi'h Infor mation on oriirinal label, to help place the standards of seeds on the market pri-ed according to the stan dards ihown in the laboratory tests, whi h would eliminate n great deal of the practice of selling worthless CHERRY BARK (COUGH REMEDY) Efficient and Easy to Take One of the Many Excellent "Rexall" Products Which We Have in Stock at All Times CITY DRUG STORE "THE HEX ALL STOKE" seeds at the standard prices. Il is shown that the tests of eed held over from l'J'.'O crop have a germination test of only 70, some seed ranging below that fig ire. with others considerably higher Ware house conditions are responsible for th difference in these standurds, in the opinion of Mr. Deb urto. The fact that, farmers everywhere are making bold attempts to in creae production through better yields per acre will play a great part in the agricultural protections of Texas, and the faiiliins of the De partment of Agriculture at the service of the farmer should In crease their Interest to even a great er degree. There i.i absoluteij no difference in principle in trying to make money in the run bing busi ness from scrub sto. k and in the farming business with scrub seed, only the results in the former are more plainly seen. It is Jut as hard to grow a full grown, well ma tured head of Muiliin from faulty , . i :. i . .. . ..... 1. i seen oi il is ci i ry n me mui n market from an Intermixture of off breeds of the nvcit inferior clas. We urge the farmers of Lubbock to take advantage of these oppor tunities especially, as the Plains lands are worthy of the best atten tion and the planting seeds should he given every care. IDALOU ITEMS OF THE PAST WEEK CARD OF THANKS We take this method of extending our sincere thanks to the people of Lubbock and the Woman's Mission ary Society of the Methodist church and ma'hy other, especially the doc tors and nurses who have been so thoughtful and kind to u and our daughter, while she ha been In the sanitarium here. We are truly thank ful to each and every one, and pray Cod's richest blessings upon you, as we remember you in our pray- I ers. I Sincerely, I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hart and family. Roaring Springs, Texas. Mrs. Neil Wright returned Mon day from a visit with friend and relatives at (Gainesville, Temple, ' Austin and Waco. .She was greatly ! missed in the social activities of Lubbock during her absence, and I has many friends who welcome her return. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hilton and son, Wayne, of Chelsea, Oklahoma, arrived in Lubbock Monday to make their future home. He is the twin brother of C. H. Hilton, well known local man. Bill Cook and J. E. Shelton, of Brownfield, were here Wednesday, transacting business. They hav been in the real estate business there the past few years, and according to Mr. Cook the work of getting new farmers interested in that conn try has been carried on with ease and rapidity. ABOUT HIGH PRICES We neither claim to ae!I the cheapest good on the market nor at the lowest price. The good we aell are the beat and on them we try to realize profit that ia fair to ouraelvea. If you are treated fair and square you should be pleased that' what you get here. BARCLAY & DeSHAZO, Reliable Grocers Merrill Hotel Block LaLbock, Texa We have been having some bad weather the past week and we hope we will get some moisture before It is settled. Idalou is still improving. V.' bsve another barber shoji, whiih gives us two. Quite a lot of Idalou people at tended the Pinging Convention at Carlisle Sunday. Idalou curried olf the banner for being the best sing ers. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Vanderlie and daughter snd Mrs. W, It. !-h.ston, and daughter, Mrs. I . f. B.irr from Oklahoma. H. W. In t r, .1. T. Leo and .1 I!. Kudi atscded the Fifth .Sunday meeting at Abernathy Sun day. Mi-s Cleo Sw. fford. Mi-s Wilma Boles and Miss Margnrett Boatner, thri f our teachers spent the Week end at the Robt. Bledsoe ranch. They reported a nice time. Miss Violet Bailey and Mi's Ruble Hamilton, who have been vi'iting at Alex Wear for several weeks left last week for their home at Head ley, Texas. Last Friday night the school far ulty entertained the school board of trustees and their wives. After an interesting round table talk, delic ious refreshment were served. Our school is progressing nicely, the patron all seem to be taking more interest than they ever did he. fore. Our school is crowded to the full rapacity. We hare seven tea it ers. Vi e will have to have more room and more teacher next term. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barr from Oklahoma, and little daughter are visiting at the .Shelton home. The later is a daughter of W. B. She ton and wife. W. (i. Rns and Paul Hufstedler shipped a rr of hogs Saturday. WONDERFUL WEATHER PRE DICTIONS AMAZE THOUSANDS For more than 2.r years there ha been published in St. I,ouis, Mo., the most remarkable book of It kind in the world. This book has at tracted national notice year after! year because of the in-eiiruey of ils weather predict ions. Thousand of I farmers, orcharclists, dairymen and families generally have for years j pianneu ineir wor ry me iniormn tion given in this Almanac end It ha saved them hundreds .f thou sands of dollars, because of the ad vance weather information thev have secured from its page. l the big storm, tornadoes, blizzard and unusual weather conditions have been predicted by it a year 'in advance and to the very duy. The 1fJ2 edition of The Saint Louis Weather Book, known for year as the Hicks Almanac, run tains more than lf..r pages, illus trated with storm charts and con taining all the predictions for i'J-2 is now ready for distribution. Thousand of these books are go ing out by mail every day. The present demand will soon exhau.it the first edition of 1 On. 000. If you will send 4.'.e to The Lin coln I'resa, 3401 Franklin Ave.. St. Ixi n. Mo., they will send you a copy prepaid by mail and guaran tee safe delivery. If you will mention thi paper and send 10c extra in stamps, they will send you in addition a ropy of their 64-pag book. The Scientific Weather Forecaster. Thi Wsather Book ia needed In every borne. Thousands say they cannot get along without it. 44-lt Gold Boed Savings Stamps Trade with MART IN & WOLCOTT and fret (iold Hond Saving Stamp.. Wo give them on all ea;h purchases and on all ac counts that are paid not later than the 5th of the month following date of purchase. Double Stamps Given on Home Roasted Coffee (Mftrtin'f Beit) And say, this coffee is sure making a hit! It is rich in aroma and has a harmless kick! It is better and cheaper to you. Won't you try it? We will refund your money if you are not satisfied with the coffee or any other item you pet of us. Martin & Wolcott Phone .309 Grocers You Know Phone 310 Mry Alice Johnson, daughter of J. B. Johnion, residing on Urnad way, wa oterted on in a local sanitarium Sunday She is a stu dent in the local nigh s hool, and is greatly missed by her classmates, who are eagerly waiting her return to school. Mr. II. W. Sim wa operted on In a l'al sanitarium for appendi citis Thursday morning. Her con dition is not at all serious and she will be able to return to her hpme soon. T. T. Harris, of Slide, wa her Wednesday looking after business. L. B. Inmnn and family, of La mesa, were here Wednesday. CARO OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thank to the k,eojde of Lubbock fur their great kindno to me while in the Sanitarium, f r the many beau tiful flower and o'her token of kindness shown me. I shall never forget these expressioi s of love and my word of appreciati n rannot ex press the fullnes of n y heart to you. Mr. Van Sander. Hamilton Shepnard, member cf the Li'tlefield chool faculty, wa here Wednesday evening, leaving Thursday morning f r Lmlefield. Mis Mary Bellah, well knowa local woman, underwent an opera tion for arrcr.d . itic la a local sani tarium Sunday. We Cut Children's Hair And aave you money Cut your hair and aave you money Shave you and save you money. , And We Do It Right Too. A. M. Nail's Barber Shop la Broadway Hotel. J. C. Holt, ad compositor on the Avalanche, was taken ill Monday evening and placed under care of specialist at a local sanitarium. lis wa able to take up hi work aga a Wsdnesdsy, and the ad work wa not delayed, owins; to the T ! y with which he went about it lu.r getting oa the Jib agaia.