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THE I.URBOCK AVAl.ANCHr.. TUF.SDAY. MARCH 7, 1922.
AROUND THE CLOCK 5Urlihl nd 5un.li. ft Th. Dial 1. A hook U nut liiiuncl to bo ffoml JuhI hc hum it has j,"""' bind ng. 2. IL'h liar. I to clown nn upright Bum. 8. There's no danger in ! i n i forger if nil you do if f"rio head. 4. Some people make pleasure their occupation, whil other make their occupation a pleasure. 6. Hy living within your income, you will have a n'.i-f.vlory out some. H. "Safo" investments have emptied quite n few safe. 7. liroke relatives nre umally the one who break wills. H. At some I imi! or other every utoliit get pulled either by a rp r a rope. 0. Iota of firms fnil lieinun' they're not firm. 10. I .ink it the shadow of pluck. 11. Talk i cheap until you start ii nd traffic rop. PLANTS-ROOTS Front Proof Cathay 100, 35ci 300, $t.00i 1,000, $2 25 itermmla Onion Plants, utnt price an Cabbage. Everbearing Strawberry Plant, Rhubarb KooU, per doren Asparagus KooU, per doien Horn Radish KooU, per doren .. Hradley Yam Sweet Potato Seed, r pound Cobbler and Triumph Irish Seed potatoes, j r pound All 1'repaid by Parcel Tout- Heady Now. All varieties Sweet Potato and Tomato Plants, April l.'th, per 101) a0 for 11.25, I.Oimi fr $T.Vi; Postpaid. Sweet and Hot Pel per Plant, per doen. ; I 'HI. f.,r Try Soma Bermuda Onion Plant C. E. WHITE SEED CO. Plainviaw, The is THE FRESHEST AND BEST LiKling LiiVt Pathway. 1 2. M"t ilivori e suit I li illiililf mid prcviintf. need Naturally Father You wuiit to (jet married on fifteen dollars u week! What are you thiniV intr of? Sun -The girl. Evolution What has become of all the quaint character n used to meet at every turn? Possibly many vanished Into oliK'iiro corner, of unknown spots, (nit here and there an enterprisiag editor ha dug up an individual hi tory. And wo find that The iild-fiinhiotied rnan who told his irirl pood night, at ten o'clock How Iihs a son vvlio get home in time to wn-h up f'.r breakfast. The old-fashioned tmin who used Id Kit in the sun and whittle for hour now hint a son who liven in a pool room. The old-f.ihioned home tlutt had a hiif "Welcome" doormat now has per 100 1100 $1.00 45o 40c 7e . 7e 50c $1 00 If You Wan! Good Onions. Taiat. Q tire mi.Eade unusually high D0D6 DBOTrlBRS Pedan, $1440. Coupe, $120. Touring Car, $S0, Roadster, $850, Panel Uusinesa Car, $980, Screen Uusincia Car, $8K0. F. O. B. Detroit ROYALTY MOTOR CO. Coraar J anal 131b Slraat -o- Vegetables and Fruits are always in stock at our store. The economy of buying these article while fresh is known to of our customers. YOU LOST MONEY on your last bill if you failed to trade with us. MR. FARMER it i to your interest to see us before purchasing staple and fancy groceries. Our Urge, well selected and efficient sales force ia at your service at all time. We also carry a well selected stock of candiee and nut. "YOU'VE TRIED Tl IE REST NOW TRY Tl IE DEST a Wler who open the door for you. The old fashioned woman who Spent her time rocking the i radii' flow ha u daughter who npi'lult her lime turning a steering wh'vl. The oM-fii.-ihioiied man who wan horn with a ailver xjioon in In mouth now han a son who wa.t horn with rurly hair and became a movie star. The old-favhiotii d woman who married to gel a home now ha a daughter who married to get a ear. 'I he old fashioned man who knew everything there win to know no.v ha a xon who think nzonn is a hratid of tooth paste and Newport New s a newspaper. Good Cauia Poke Do you believe in the re call of judges? Jnblia No, ir. Tho last time wan in court, the. judge aaid: "I re call your face; xixty day." Joba for lha Fool Killer The man who tries to drive a rar and at tho mime time flirt with a irl on the lidewalk. The man who spend his time a'andinir on tho corner watching girN board atrei-t ar. People who rron crowded at recta hil reading rapcri. The man who pays $12 for quart of atump rum and then heg the judge to make the fine light be. raiixe he ha family to support. Men who let poodlea alienate their wife' affections. Those who go to rhurch In a lim ousine and put nickel in thn col lection. Soma Fact. About Watar Knough water goes over Niagara Falls every day to furninh chasers for all the drinks of hoo h confisca ted by enforcement agents in a I ike period. There are a great many eels ia iiie Hii.li, but liohody know how many be. hum- they are so ulippciy that some of them may have b -en cut, i, till twice, ' (ireat lietid, Wyoming, is o call i d be. ituv there is a great bend m j the river at that point. If all the wa'er were suddenly drained out of the Atlantic (Venn, boat traffic between New York ami F.urope would be serlounly hamp ered. Fe Srora "I'm riot dwiyin' the women are foolish," raid Aunt Henrietta, as she patiently peeled potatoes for dinner. "iod Alini 'hty had to make 'em to match the men." "Nothing li Impossible" Some great philosopher once taid that nothing is impossible. Kxpen enre, however, teaches us to em phatically disagree with the propo sit ion. In support of our contention, we want to know if you have ever tried To carry a mattress upstairs. To find out what a woman is thinking about. To write with a postoffice pen. To sleep In a hammock. To rave ten per cent of your in come. To swim a mile with your arms full of eels. To rest quietly in a bed of ants. To find bow some guys get along. To lonk innocent on the witness stand. To choke a wildcat with hot but ter. To piny a slide trombone in a rlothca closet. To enjoy near beer. To get soup bone from the butch er for nothing. Ska Caught Him The young lady confronted him with flashing eye. "What did you mean," ahe de manded, "by kissing me as I lay asleep in the hammock thia morn ing?'' "But" protested the youth, "1 took only one." "You did not," she retorted. "I counted at least seven before I awoke." Recollections ( From Judge by rctical) U'e sat in tho Hector's g-irden and whI hi d the kids at play, Digging their tiny trern ties and earth-works made of lay; Spoiling the grass with wire from old, discarded toys To tangle the feet of heroes who still arc little boys. t Thp missiles they used wire harm less but thi y called them deadly shells, They seemed to know that modern war's a thousand kind of shells; They (Jug in the ground for shelter, then over the top they wen? Like troops, at t h dawn's first glimmer, to death or to victory sent. I g!aniil at the Rector furtively, and saw bis eyes grow dim, And I felt the tears on the cheek of me as 1 tried to smile at him; For I knew that he had a vision, beyoml the lawn and trees, Of what we had seen where War wa real when we were oversea. BLEDSOE NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK (Delayed) The young people of tbi com munity enjoyed a party at Mr. Jas. li. Held Wcdncsiluy night. There were about seventy-five pres ent. F.veryone was glad to see the shower nt rain which fell Tuesday night. Kev. Williamson preached fine sermon Sunday morning and Kev. Joiner preached Sunday night. The house was filled at both service. Kev. Williamson ha Just closed a course in B Y. P. L. work here. (randma Wilson has been spend ing several day with her son of this community. Rev. Watkin filled his regular appointment here Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. King Sr., spent Sunday in our community. Mr. G. D. King and I.ee Shelford were in Idatou Friday. Mrs. E. A. Koss and little son, Vaden and Mia Hirda Pool spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. E. H. Moo(y. Misse Elizabeth field, fleulah Pay spent Sunday afternoon with Mis Helen Johnson. Mr. Earl Wilson spent Saturday with Mr. B. V. Thetford. Misses Heulnh Day and O'lin King snent Sunday with Miss Elizabeth Red. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Moody spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Freeman. Two cf Mr. and Mr. Geo. Durn' chi'dren are very ill this week. CONCERNING INTFRSCHO- LASTIC LEAGUE MEET Judging from tho number of in q i.rii's being made at the o'f'ce of t'c Dis'riit Director Gen'xil for the Inters, holastir l.encoe. it n; rcar that an unusually large num ber f schools are grooming their s"deTit for the ('minty Contest hic h are to be held prior to the District Meet, April 21-22. For the most part there ha been an Improvement made in thf prep, arstinn of pupil for the various county contest. When the Lcatrue as first organised, the teacher never begsn their work with the children until a few weeks before the contests were railed; but now it seem that the preparation fr these contests i becoming regular part of the school work, and well worked out plan are made month tn ad vance. This ia a commendable feature and should be universal? adopted among the schools. Opportunity isn't a steady knock er. 5W Certainly March is the time of year when you need one, since thi is the monlh that nature is putting on new clothes in honor of Spring. Our new toe k of Adler Collegian Clothe is in, with a full assortment of the latest style, color and patterns. Priced $28.50 to $45.00 De fair to yourself Look here before you buy L. E. Hunt & Co. CLOTHIERS "We will make rigth that which i not rlht" AN INTERESTING BATCH OF BADGER LAKE NEWS (Delayed) The sand doe blow around these "digifitis," tbi"-e days, but we lire hoping for a heavier rain soon so the farmer can do more than raise sand." Some people are trying to farm, and lots of others are waiting for mure moisture. The Ijiwson children, who have. been quite ill, are quite a lot better at thi writing. Mr. and Mr. Carl Allen are the proud parents of a baby girl. Moth er and babe are doing well. Little Arland McNccly, who ha had an absess on hi arm, I re ported O. K. at this writing. (J. G. Gililland ha been baling hay for Pat A'kina and Guy Mc Nccly this week. Quite a crowd of our young folks enjoyed a party at Mr, and Mrs. Wiley's last Saturday nirht. They played until all were tired, then drew candy and had a stiil better tim eating that. Miss Ora Karr and her brother, Trix. were visitors in our midst Sunday. Mr. Hal Showalter and E. M. Jones were business visitor in our midst last Wednesday. Mr. C. L. Quillen from near Lub bock, was transacting business in our settlement on Monday. Mr. Mowdy was seen building fence last week. Mr. Breedlove attended court last week. Mr. Kendall ha been painting hi house the last few day. Several from thi community at tended church at Idalou Sunday. All enjoyed the sermon very much. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Myers are wearing a smile that won't ruh off. Tho cause a fine boy, born the Mrd. Mr. and Mrs. Far! Rowley are vis'ting in our midst this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Williamson and son, Ros.-oe, of near Abcrna thy, Mr. and Mrs Walter Grice, of Lubbock, Mrs. Robert Myers of Center and Miss Martha Abney, of Center were callers in the Abney home Sunday. Miss Cat'tola Morris wns a busl ness visitor in the Center commun ity Saturday. Mr. Raymond Flanagan and Mr. G.-aham t Lubbock, were trans acting business in our settlement recently. RANCH DEAL IS REPORTED FROM NEAR DIMMITT TUESDAY Dimmltt, Texas, Feb. 2 D. C. Laird hat sold his ranch, five miles north of Mown, consisting of GtyO STea, to E. C. Iamb of Plninviesv, the consideration being $70,900. Mr. Laird i to give possession My 1. Thia Is one of the oldest rsnches in thi country. Kerr and John son of Dimmitt, handled the d al. Some bosinos Is slow because it isn't being chased. Palace Grocery Go. Cross street from Cadillac Garage. PHONE 261 many stock 7f When Cold, isn't it? Phone us for Coal and just see how quick we warm you up! Thomas Grain and Fuel Company Coal, Grain, Feeds A. W. Worsham, a live and prog ressive farmer of the Grovesville community was a caller In town Fri day. H reports crop conditions very tavorahle in hi section, how ever, we regret to report that Mr. Worsham wa very unfortunate in the last severe pell of weather In losing quite a nice bunch of prizs pr It was a hard winter for those squirrel who stored up golf balls. .THE. V