TIE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE
LUBBOCK, LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, EUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1922.
PUBLISHED TWICE A WIZK
VOLUME XXIII. No. 29.
Stop and think wheth
er you have been
coming in to Battery
larly every two weeks
to have your battery
tested. If not
Look at the level of the
solution in the bat
tery to make sure
that it entirely cov
en the plates.
Listen carefully to the
man who tells you
that battery care 13
an absolute necessity
if you want to get
from your battery at
lowest cost per month
and per mile.
Lubbock Battery &
IFor fijty years krumn to the trade a
If your tlcJcr cannot ujp!y you we will cnJ, tran
portaiion charge paiJ, upon receipt of price.
Send for BAKER BOOKLET
describing the entire line.
Baker Gun Company
31 4 BROADWAY. NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
Here to Stay
ALWAYS ON T1I2 JOI
POULTRY IS FINE FOR ALL OF
WEST TEXAS FARMS-FARMERS
MAKE GOOD MONEY ON POULTRY
Went Texas is an ideal country for standard-bred egg to everyone inter
the poultry industry. It should .Hh and
and ii fart becoming, one or the main L,juc,tionally will be the county and
crops. Drouth does not affect the community fain which include ex
poultry Industry. You have an ideal hibita of both eggs and poultry. That
climate, produce your own feed and it where we learn what ia a good or
hava nlrnlY of ran If. Because 01
your wonderful range turkeys ihould
OO riKQ III liriu.i mtu m ...
ployed to care for them. This alone
will yield the country thousands of
dollars. You nave some rauroaus ai
r..lv anH others in siirht that insur-
e quick transportation to market. I Io you want to make more money
The Fort Worth and Denver railroad in West Texas Well, the hen. bet
saw the splendid possibilities of the tir housed, better fed, better culled
poultry industry in this section of I and bred, is the surest, quickest and
the state when they "stood at atten-1 most economical nhort cut.
tion" and granted practically every I
request and suggestion of its agri- MR. BEATY 15 MAKING
cultural agent when he organized A BUSINESS OF FARMING
and featured the special poultry !
j demonstration campaign last Jan-; f, n. Be.-ity was in town Satur
i tinrv and February. This was one' dnv from his hog rnnch and farm
01 the most systematically rnnaurim
agricultural campaigns ever promot
ed in this State. The fact that a
railroad company spent several hun-'
dred dollars on a poultry campaign
is sufficient evidence that the poui-
try industry has passed its infancy
and is worthy of the attention of the J
best business brains of the country.;
All up and down the Fort Worth '.
and Danver-Wichita Valley line, !
hankers were ready with various pro-
: positions to promote the poultry in- run.
jdustry. j "The man who tries to even
Just last year in the city of Plain-1 mMi(p mrig on the I'lains with
view. the Hub of the I'lains, there ,,,lt totting down to the fundamen-
'was shipped out JiiiMi.iiMii.iin worm
'of iioultrv. This was luo.txio I'd
more than the aggregate of the wheat
If I understand the work of the
("dumber of ( Viinnen it is not only
to tiromote the various business in-
erests of th city, but its respnnsl-J
'bility reaches to the boundaries of:
the country in which the city is 1-!
Icated. In agricultural states such j
as ours the success nf the business ;
man depends altogether upon both.
ltde ield and marketing of the farm.
:cros. Since it has been proved that j
poultry is a cash crop, rank" with
tl,er crops you cannot do a greater
work for your city and county, and ! 1)lllltl,.tlt ,,f tjmH spent working
one that will ield as great a per cent tt,th them. The fart that he does
of gain for the amount of money in-, ,,, hsve a bt more thoroughbred
(Vested than to encourage ami pro- j a.Htt 1 on his place is a b'g ques-
mote campaign that will stimulate ,, , urli ,) lf h,,ut ihe
the industry. j wsv be looked at it: "The only
A successful poultry winning ( thing- I am after to complete my
c.'iinpaiicn is composed of link Kach i frn,,i g u iiat I consider a miv
, link represents a seasonable cam-i,,, ,tJ f' trade off a tvv
paign. Since a chain is no stronger j ,,,,. ,).,r,. , ;ittlt nil (ret a solid
Than its weakest link eai h link should j hrnj ,,f jPk.Vs, u h I expect to
be systematically planned and etfi-j ,.,.,,,,,!,.(, v ,thin the t" tl fi w
cientiy promoted. The links or com-' months."
pilgna m'ght be a "swat the rooster" j ,. hui drcii dollar boar w is
' campaign, "infertile egg," "culling" ,,,),,., I t,, his lo rd of hoi's rec. ntU.
campaign, a "more and better pool- ; ,t,U he expects t i kceti -h o
try" campaign, "community and ,ir,k, , f,,, ,,ne until he ha tb
county cug poultry show." Perhaps j a, h,.r() ln th(. ,-ountrv.
an appropriate motto would be "Say I The f(1(.t lhnt v,r trntv is I ,. k
; it With I'oiiltry.
i A "Swat the liotvster campaitm. ,.nl kens does not indicate n ai.v
an "Infertile Kgg" campaign at thelwnv tbt de i not after the far;!
i present season would mean a saving lnie sl ,,f proposition on i
ot tliousaiKls of dollars to ttesi in-
as. This should be followed by a
-tretiuous rullirg campaign in the!
tall. v eesi out me star ooaruers
and keep only the producers for the
breeding pen next year. Culling
,campaurn in tde various states have
done more to interest people in
j standard bred poultry than any other
one thing. It is a winner every time.
I A "More and Bettor Poultry" cam
paitrn should be launched in January
and February. A plan to furnish
the best for enicr
- vl; 'tW titv
TRADE WITH MEN YOU KNOW
Groping in the Dark is Had
Yom doa'i r4 lo o oa win Un you gt prttUm frwm IT COSTS NO MOKE to buy liuuram) tKai iv Js4uaU cor
rue bo kmiw th Iruufam Uustnca. UONT rvp U tk tlaik. tUa U buy uU that nuiy or nwty no iv jroa Ut yow wat.
HAvr. you ruu rKoit cnoN? wf. are continually paying
WIND AND MAIL LOSSLS ON WILDINGS-1 Uw AUh4 Yn Crt.1
oaa urvuuci. .-win arv
Interest stimulated for next year'
Hut some one or more organisa
tions must assume the responsibility
of starting the work. Why not that
one be you?
, the Monroe community, ann ex
prcssed himself highly elated over
prospects for a bumper crop in
Mr. Hcaty, however, is not look-
ink" on the farming business alone
f,,r money making, but has his
,Hre storked with thoroughbred
j',,an, China hogs of the most
famous type, whiih he is breeding
Ht an enormous cost, but realizes
that thoroughbred nav in the lone
tal of farming at a profit is ab
solutely using poor judgment, for
though a living can be made with
little effort, there is no more work
to making a r al business of the
work, and doing something worth
while, he snid, pointing out the
f, t ,hi, the fariiiT who r.'jys hi
,,.,,( H,, ,,ther products that ran
. ,.B.y and without cost, raised
own place, n losing just
,rHt mn, h mom y every y-ar."
, l!..ty das Wliite I evhorn
J,en, thoroughbreds too, on his
pHl. (ht are yielding a splendid
dividend on the original investment
. ,.v,.rv ,v paving for everv
j.,.. Mft).r tU' hoirs, cattle ai.d
bur scale, for with a tractor, ai"!
seveial l.i ad of fine mules, he ha
broken one hundred acres of -oil
this year, which la now in a fun
state of cultivation, besides two
hundred and fifty acres of old land
that is also put into many differ
ent ciops as another method Mr.
Beaty is employing in his attempts
to make farming a business on the
MEN BUSY ON R A R
Carpenters, decorators, painters,
plumbers and eli-itriciatia, as well
as a Imst of helpers were kept busy
alt oVy Saturday and Monday ui
th ftwaU ! to eTritfr Use fnr
ani ' esdcomi- f l
a U l1 -TaettW. Jw l i
ifhmk A;ain:riic!t. Mondav',
m4 Tliif tasR. R 'maange
twe,t have brought to Lubbock one
of the grenUst motion picture pro
grams ever seen in West Texas.
"Beyond the Kocks" in which
(loria Swanson and Rudolph Val
entino piay the leading parts is
the feature attraction with which
sH-cial musical selections will be
One of the largest rrowda ever
in attendance at a show In Lub
bock is anticipated by the R 4 K
BANKERS TO MEET
IN "DALLAS IN 112)
Dallas waa selected aa th next
meeting rlacs of th Texas Hankers'
Association, and th dates set for
May 16, 16 and 17. at tha meeting
of the executive, commute for tha
firt time under tha leadership of
M. C. Driacoll of Yoakum, recently
elected president of tha aaaociation.
Plans for carrying out policies
adopted at tha recent meeting in
Fort Worth were laid.
But the best garment we know of.
Made to fit, give extra service,
hold their shape and will not run.
Guaranteed against defect in qual
ity and material.
Lee Garments are, therefore, the
Cheapest in the Long Run
RFCTOR LUBBOCK EPISCOPAL
CHURCH ARRIVED LAST WEEK
licv. John F
Showell, newly call-
nl Rector of the Lubbock Episcopal
Church, arrived last week from Vir-1
ginia, and will make his home here!
m the rectory, which was com-j
pleted some four months ago at a
cost of $5,1100.
Kev. Showell w ill have charge of j
the church a' Plainview also, until!
i the oople of thar church- are able I
1 rn secure n re'or, atid w ill have I
. lontinuous iha'ge of churches tn-i
several sma'ier town adjacent to i
Bishop K. A Temple, of Ama-i
j ril'o, has dad his ..yes on Lubbock
for a long time, and it certainly I
, reflects well upon bis judgment to j
I know that he da made extra ef-
1 fort to establish a large church
here, and Rev. Showell will be an
able helper in making the work of
that church known to the people
of West Texas.
Jed A. Kix. of the Kix Furniture
Company, leader of the church in i
Lubbock, and possibly ono of the'
most iilfluent lal business men here I
f-ir the development of the moral
fibre of our society as well a.s com-1
menially industrially and finan
cially, looks upon the arrival o' ,
Rev. Showell ns an announcement '
of the coming of the popularity of '
that church in West Texas.
There are seven rectors in Dish-',
op Temple's diocese, whereas there I
were one hundred and seven in the I
diocese from which Rev. Showell I
was sent to Lubbock, which com-
prises no larger territory, which
will give one an idea nf (he pop
ularity of the work these men have
dona in that section of tka Uliited
The Av'.oth. i1 t-KZf j i
ti welco ir f llrV -.J. ' i lul
boirk, amd '''rejoice"' af the" Vonnnif
Vt anottir man - sjvhosiF entire at
tention is turned to the religious
development of Lubbock, and the
surrounding trade territory.
CROCERYMAN RETURNS AFTER
THREE MONTHS ABSENCE
John P. Lewis, of the Sanitary
Grocery, returned last week from
Fort Worth and Pallas, where he
has been the rest three months on
Mr. Lewis is a substantial busi-,
ness man of Lubbock, and while
h has resided her only a short
time, he is recognized as a worthy
patriot to the development of Lub
bock in more than a commercial
way, and his return will be acknowl
edged with rloasur by all with
whom he has been aauux-iated while
Th D. L. Wright residenc on
thirteenth street ia being remodeled
at a coat of about fifteen hundred
dollars, and will soon become one
of th most attractive houevi in
thai section of th city.
Lee Unionalls for boya are made just like Dad's which
is the best material that can be bought. Also play suit
are of the same quality and look and are comfortable. At
play boys are rough on clothes and it will be economy to
buy Lee Unionalls for them.
Save (Sold Bond Saving Stamps. Barrier Bros, Mar
tin & Wulcott, Sid Caraway's Market.
HEAR ALLIE AND EMMA IRICK
The Around the World Evangelists
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
AVENUE H, BEGINNING
. .FRIDAY -NIGHTi ,9th- -
Com Hr i . I -u iKf
Th W. Sung, J
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TEXAS RATE HEARING
IS SET FOR JUNE 13THi
Austin, May 30. The State Rail
road Commission announced today a
hearing to be held on June 13 for
considering a general horizontal
freight rat reduction not to exceed
the 21.6 per cent increase over the
rates effective August 26, 1920.
MOST PEOPLE KNOW--
.That if it is a City Farm or Ranch Loan
They can get the Best Service and
CLAUDE 0. HURLBUT
Gty, Farm mad Ranch Loans.
Gtiien National Dank Building. Lubbock. Teia
! tory of Lft od -rf
TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA
Texas postmaster nominations: B.
J. McDowell, Del Rio; Daisy M. Sin
gleton. Marble Falls; Henry E. Can
non. Shelbyvillii; vAU A. Lacfner,
(ieorge F. Cutshall was nominated
to be postmaster at Cement, Ok.
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