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Tl IF- LCBUOCK AVALANCHr, TUESDAY. AUGUST W. 1922.
1 1 YJRIC "THE SOUTH PLAINS PLAYHOUSE" TODAY TUESDAY Hope Hampton in "STARDUST" James Rennie who supports Hoj A drama of Broadway'." Bubbles and Dreg told from the heart of a woman. A play that find human ity in the hadow and re veals a girl rebelled against love and the shackles which wifehood imposed. It's soul searching and a won derful, wonderful picture. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY CORINNE GRIFFITH in "ISLAND WIVES" Elsa, a South Sea Island Wife, longed for fine clothes and the cool breeze of the North. .She obtained her wish but did not find happiness. A thrilling story! Also Larry Semon Comedy "DEW DROP INN" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Charles Ray in "2 MINUTES TO GO" State Tax Readies I jmit of 75c School Needs F u n tl s An -tin, July '-'. TIk "' tut rii if fir 1 win fli'Xil at 7.1 cents i,n $liiM .i'wui.on, tin cotntitutionnl limit, ly the State Tax Board to day. This ii an Increase of thirteen rent ovit last year, tin- Inrrca-e lull. IT in (ii-vul tax from trten-ty-tuo ii'iit.i to thirty-five cents, the constitutional limit. The school t;,x, thirty-five rent, it ti I Confederate pen-ions five cents Uiiih nr.- tin1 i "ii -titul ional limit, win' nut changed. 'I'lif tax i:itf v. is ni i.le on c-ti-matos :im si-.l valuat .mn aggrega ting win, noil compared with a total valuation 1 :tr-t yniv of 1 C, II, OV.I, a il.-i ri-ii ' of $10".,- .".Cid.llH'J. 1 In- Tax Hoard in announcing the i lit stt.tcd 'hi' Hoard wn brought fate t i fare with tin' necessity of cither placing tin- rate lit the run-; sit tit : or-, ii I limit in order that other pro i..ion may he made for tilt' pub 1 it- si h"ilt or the adoption of a low-, er late which would have imperiled thi' efficiency of our school system."1 The Board repotted a large de crease in revenue under the gross fn receipts law, due principally to dn reased production and price of oil, and also increase in delinquent 1 and unpaid taxes for the last fiscal year. Final figures wort? annnunrrd to day ! the State Tux Hoard on val uations of intangible properties of railway, hi iilgr mid fi-rry compan ies operating in Tcxa subject to ad vnlorem tax, show a total of $72, PU7.ftix, an iwreire over la-1 year of $l,4!M.(i7H. The n-M'i'il valua tions of physical propcrt ies of Tex an Railroad--, rxi lusive of terminal railways for the yi nr l!)'-'l, as as sessed hy county tax assr-sors anil reported to the State Tax Board, show an inn-ease over prci ed.ng year of VS.Tl:!. Results are What Count! Having' enjoyt'd prosperity and en dured hard times in our years of con tact with people of this section we feel that this hank is a real, intelli irent, interested factor in the-upbuilding of those who do business with us and the entire section. "A Strong Bank Thoughtful ly Managed1 The Lubbock State Bank Capital and Surplus $l(r,(00.0( 1 1 Dt oal i-f M t. MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION IS ORGANIZED AT PLAINVIEW Plainview, July 31. In order to promote an extension f the town's trade territory and help in the de velopment as a market for the prod uct of the farm, the men-hint of this city have organized a Mer chant's Association, to whiih -he I majority of the merchants nave uti- si r'hi'd. It is the aim of the as-ociat inn I to co-otiernte with farmers, poul'iy land hiK raisers, asH!:nf them tn I 'their prohlems nln'ive to mark' tit p j ! and nivinf at fr"T pri' . It pi ins Rev. (). F. Sensahauirh and wife, of Cisco, Mrs. I.. 0. Holt and son of Dallas, and Mis- Merle Kin?-!'ury of Santa Anna, pn-Md through Luh hock last week erroii'e t i I. a Veta, Colorado, when- they will spend thirty days vaeation. While in l.ub hock they vi.Mted at the home of K-'V. er:-'nliatiirh's son, O. K. Sen iiiliaoirh, local exptes.s iifnt. ; to promoti- heller ! view f rem the si 'h''le;to help the tv ma I end t' t'hiis. K'-inkm is pre-.; i iii l'-i e ; a" Ion. Mr. and Airs. .I,,hn V Mi--' Harriet Kay, ntot I'l.'i'ii'-iew Sunday, to friend: . roads mio i lain-iti-.ns that trade fanvor.H I'el liet- lephone -crv.ee eleition to S. C. Spikes ! Tax Colli-, tor? 1 -In the event that bond are i, resisted to the court, should they l-trove honds in accordance wi'h 't',, vtes ca-t, or should they ap I five bnds n stated below. in) Il 'l omh as Sheriff and Tax Coilec'.or, or a Tax Collector, should he present a bond made out in that form; in other words i nul. he umh r the prr-ent sia'ii i hoose .vh.ch of the two i.fT,ie he would a -'irne d lt.es? i hi Should be approve the bond -f S; il.es as Tax CoiVctor? d i Or should he apnrovd n'l of bonds ami let th- . 'ir' d- ' ,. I i- b is er.H'ie.l f t" H e'T; .-? 1 i d-r t - t'a. t- 1- !" .':r, , ye, i PROFESSIONAL COLUMN dent f i ! till Try Avalanche classified ads. -ICE CREAM -COLD DRINKS -CIGARETTES -CIGARS And every thing pood to eat when you Are Hungry Manhattan Parlor & Cafe TO THE VOTERS OF LUBBOCK COUNTY November 2. lOJo Hon. .1. H. Moore, County Judge, I.uhbock, Texas, liear Mr: The Attorney General i jus! in receipt of yours of thp 1.1th in-'., in which you state among: other things that at the last peneral elee- i tion C. . Holcomh received It j votes as Sheriff and H votes a Tax I Collector and UT-II voles as Sheritf end Tax Collector of yon'- conn'v ' You iiNo -late t hut S. C. fnikes r-- ee-v'd ll7 vtiles IIS Tux dole. Tot. Fioni Iiervious ( rresti.ind'-n-'e v ti'i.ler-t.-ind thu' the IMH I'lo'ed ' Sla- i en ms showed your cotu ty to have n population of le- tliau j I il.Oilii. Hut after the primary el", . tion and before the jreneral ele . I tion, a certificate was issued by the i I):reetor f Census showing your county to have a population in ex cess or IU.ooii lnnatiilantB. I mii-r these circumstances you propounded the following questions: 1 Thi-i beinit the cine-, whose boiul should the Comoiifsioiiers ap ' prove for this office, and to whom i should I, as County Judge, issue cer. ! tificate of election for these offices? j 2 Should I issue certificate m election to C. A. Hulcomb as Sheriff and Tax Collector, or should I im certificate to him as Tan Collier tor? Should I insue certificate nf uiiiauiuiiiimiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ! C. D. SHAMBURGER I LUMEE TO) SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS s s Wt Sell 5brwin-Willim PainU and VarnUhe. 719 Tkrteenth StrccU- Pboo 419 L. II. M'LARTY, Mncer 1614 Suttnlh Strt, Phonm 604 iiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiu iiiitiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiir l.d to elct ,,r it i n- and the off. re cf Sber ..r. Th. re be. to he filled IP r :i n i.f oi het -illy wa s r -t en! oiid not !' I a el i rue I i -on ft.e th :!T -nd I ix C 'lle, ing no in h otf.ee V'Cir - oll'lt v hv el w i' , at su h i l' I'lif, On the contrary the c reoutre.l to elei t and hav f'll'llt .eiv,.ns for these repe oiTice. That is, one a Sheriff unty two THE LUBBOCK SANITARIUM A Modern Fireproof Building Equipped for V-dical and Sur (riral Ca-c. X bny and Fatb nb'irical 1 jihomturie Dr. J. T. Kroi(t IV t rt: tt ?! e Irr.. c l'h.n "l Or. J T Hutrbifurn F. V, (nr. Noh ftnii 7hral IV're T'cine yi Rn.'-p I'h n ?' I was ive and the other a Tax Colic, tor. (Mate Constitution, See. 2H, Art. 5; State Constitution Sec lfi, Art. X; R. C. S. 1911. Arts. 7110, 7120, 7H0.'., 760-1, 7Ui7.) I'nder these facts you are ad vised that in the opinion of the Attorney General, Mr. Holcomh i entitled to the office of Sheriff of that county, and is entitled to a certifnate of election to that of fice, and has the right to qual fy as Sheriff of that coun'y, in the niacin r pre-i ril-ed by law, but tli:t he ts not entitled to a cert if i. ate of election to the office, ri'T to a cer t.fuiite of eleilion as Tax Coller or, nl-o that he I us not the r g'it to i hoo-e letWeen the-C two officii, us to v-huh he will aricpt. You are also advised in the opinion f the Attorney (ieneral, S. (. Spikes, i entitled to a cert'fuate of elec tion to the office of Tax Colle. tor in your county, and ha the right f to qualify as such in the manner j prescrihed by law. For your fur-1 ther information we are enclosing j herein a copy of the opinio No. 20iM!t, rendered by this Department September 11th. 19L'0, addressed to i I'eyton H. Randolph, and there is in which the question raised ly your inquiry are discussed at aome length. Your verv truly, W. W. CAVES, Assistant Attorney General. To Tb Votr of LubbocW Couotr Crootinf: The above and foregoing artiile, speaks for itself, and shown clearly that I was elected to the offico of Tax Collector of thia County, during the year of l'JO. I wu installed as TaK Collector of the Countw how ever, after a long hard-fought auit for the office wa derided in my favor, and have actually had p aesaion of aaid office aince in April of thi year. Being lifelong Democrat, I am naturally a candidate for re-election for aecond term to the ufllce, tole ly upon mv own meriu, and not up on the DEMERITS of m one elwc, and brrauae I know that I am competent and qualified to fill the duliei of the office. At my OWN EXl'ENSE, I have employed a eometcnt and reliable assistant, for NO MAN tan be at the t Dr. M. C. 0roo Gnrl Maiilrln oifit ron ri a-i'len' F'l"iri 7 Dr- O. F. PeebUr GtlMTsI MtdlclM niii-t rtimt Afftiilrnrf Then S Mli t. rx Mink. R. t uer4l4iMt Ml E. CMMka, R. N Atf. uet Hstra E. Grtffilk, R. N Dirt lias C. E. Hvt, IiiiImh Mr A rhMrrd Tointrt ? tlnol It l dwt.l hy M m F. ! M nk. N. SMpflinlfnlnil Hr lit. ht'li? t"l comrtl ho ( In fnlrr mtf 4 I I ill 1 WEST TFXAS A I, .r I If It M Chiropractic Masseur DR. KATE CASTLEMAN With Ilul.m K. Finley, M. D. Phone 7l0 Security SUte Hank Bldg. Lubho It, Texaa. HOSPITAL rtf ! Ftfft rd ewiie.i tif --jK Vlh I I fit A ll'Hnf-ly vkn, ahiolulr'f tut F"t. tff ! kakJ- if. tu'iT -iatl't lt wli4l, mr- ar 'I f,l,tririrl rf i. 4 T-rn lo ill r'h.ijt ti,in il ol f icrr.l aKM. (nxatr i. A(.NH, m o t.ei-r'il -oiit I ,t n l'l , I f Hf W M R l';n. M. D. If" f! M- I t rf I h. r, (.O f ' Kt. It a j. mm t . M n .i v;- ., i I-' C-,.f l"l Prt W f.. t RAVI'S'. M D I .-! V- -... ri PI, !''- J M H SrARNF. M p. l'h'.rt l"Ut V Ho m ) Ml,a Dmohir R Anikrmi, H. Sru-'hirnt'rM el Nert Mm Nrlll Wlkaa SargMal Sarrinr Mrt. Uilrna Sam T. r Raira Maaer Vaantf la'fia arith fvwat ahlaj. tintia ha ttif ta Mr I Ha tvai- ti whnnl fef aaraai anaa 4raaa ih l(eMtal RIX FURNITURE A UNDER TAKING CO. l.ubbflsk. Tetaa J. A Kit and II. If. Griffith Licensed F.inhalmer Day I'hone fi7.'c Niiht 1'br.nea: J. A. Kix f'.'.O: II. II (iriff.U J7 A. C. Sander 221 DR. W. 5. FERGUSON Dantiat Conley Building Phone 5.'(5 Lubbock, Texa DR. R. M. HARKEY Veterinary Snrgeoa Ltcraaff Nam bar 174 otiir sn it, an Lubbock, Texas. BALLINGER A REED Deatiata Office Lubbock State Bank Bide. Telephone No. i0 Lubbock, Ttiaa. M FULTON Altoraey al Law Practice In all Courta, SUU and Federal Lubbock, Texaa. DR. R. B. HUTCHINSON Daatiat DR. J. & HICKS Ailiatanl ana AnatatlartiM Bush Building Phonei: Office HI, Rea. 12S Lubbork, Texaa. DR. C. G. BLOOM DENTIST 0er Burrut Building Pkoae 2 LokWk, Tea a P-0-S-I-T-I-V-E-L-Y! You Will be flensed When You Buy Your Groceries From Phor.e 594 Inmon Grocery Co. office every hour in the da, aix days week, twelve month a year, therefore the nect-aaity of an office assistant, in order that I may rive you the VERY BEST SERVICE I'tiSSI'il.E, and gie it ben you come foe it, o that it will not be iierioMtiy for )oi to tall a aeioiid time for the aaine M-rvhe. Coiisidering the mean at my command, I have contributed liber ally to all woithy riuui prrn-iiltid to nie, or ti iiiiiig to in notue, In 1 1 nl.r af nri 'ly individual, i hurtbv. ai'hoola and railroad bonus, and only Mgrt-t that I Hot able lu i mi. I.nl.l.o. k ia n y f il ore liome. whither lie. trd or d frstad, an I mIi, i.. r or i I I k C inly 1. it.o I'h ST t iHM V IN It X A tl la food ruooyli t 'f a l I'twVi II by th fact that I have lived in Lub bock continuously for 21 year, dur ing which time I hav had no da air to move away, and I hop t are Lubbock County continue to develop end come into notue and prominence more and more each and every yrr in the future. 1 am imbed thankful to every mi that Voted fur m during b year of l!i .Ml, and at the July Pri mary of Ibia year, ami bellev that you will by your majority vote, nominate mo attain for a SeeonJ Teim of olfli ill th Haiond t insiy Flo Hon on August litHh, an. I for lihh shall ktlsin fori Vrr giauful, for the oill. 1 a (fifl ut I ha people and I il.-.iie to be YjT cli.il.nt M-ivaiit f,,r anoth.r T i-ar Trim, and am am- ' V y"r, 41 at (' M'lkbS.