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U IF. LUnnoCK AVALANCHE. F RIDAY. AUGUST II. 1922.
RATES PER LINE OR FRACTION THEREOF 10c Avalanche Classified Ads GET QUICK RESULTS PHONE 14 You can get quick alei or purchase by placing an ad in thi department NO AD TAKEN FOR LESS THAN 30 CENTS FOR SALE FOR SALE Worth the price Tt room nioili-ni house west of. Lub bock Inn on lth street, part terms: aluo store building Mini 2 lot in Levcland, cuimty Hrat of Hockley county. See J. M. Fleming, owner, at the Nail Barber Shop. 46-tf FOR SAI.F Thoroughbred Air dale pupii. William Beaton, 1-2 mile aouth Courthouse. 45-4 FOR SALE Or exchange for good residence in Lubbock, 3'JO acres smooth catclaw land, 3 miles from Elida, N. M.; fenced, well and good two-room frame house. Box 1103. 1212 Nth Street, Lubbock, Texas. 45-4pF FOR SALE At a price worth your while, almost anything In the way of furniture. William Furni ture Company, on Broadway. 48-lp FOR SALF, New Perfection, new Mi. del and Success stoves. Will lake your stove a part payment. HodgcH llroit. 4 5-1 f FOR SALE Well token care of Buick Six roadster, 1020 model. Has had only one owner. I.ook good anil rung good an new. Would trade for lots in Lubbock. Phone 102. 48-2p FOR SALE OR TRADE Eighty acres, well improved farm, near Mot Springs, Ark. (;. A. Walton, owner, pi mif. Lubbock, Texas, 48-2pF FOR SALE OR TRADE For Lubbock property, Kplcndid equip ped, electric power, newspaper, job office; North Plains; county seat town1 good business. Care of Avalanche. 48-lp FOR SALE Full blood Holstein bull, 2 years old and a good one. Price $,15.00. E. A. Meudor. Phal lowater, Texas. 47-2p FOR SALE OK TRADE-Stock of dings with lot nml building in Brcckcnridgc. Texas. Will consider Miiull fur in or revenue-producing city property, free of debt. My propel ty will invm. e about fti.OuO. Am owner, so nn.it deal with owner. E. II. Swaim, 224 East Dyer Street, Breckenridge, Texas. 4M-"p FOR SALE Lots II 12 and U, block 208, old town of Lubbock, one block west cf tieo. M. Hunt School. Price is right. See W. M. Ralls, Route A, Lubboik. 48-tf FOR SALE -At a bargain, tw . lots, close in. Box 824, Lubbock, Texas. 48-tf I WANTED To buy jour .. oi.d- I band furniture ui,d stoves. Wi'l.iuiH, Fin n ( -ire (' m uny, on Broadway, i 4S-lp I WANT EDTo trade gome clear j property in another town lor yoir equity in a farm close to Lubbock. ('. L. Williams, at Williams Furni ture Compary, on Broadway. 48-lp FOR SALE One 5-room house to move off lot. Phone 319, P. O. Box 114. 42-tf WANTED WANTED house work. -White woman to d Phone 212. 40-tf FOR RENT WANTED - To pun ba.-e second hand windmill. Write or phone the Avalanche. 48-lp WANTED Cotton seed for feed ing purposes. J. C. Wayland, Route 2, Phone 9002-F23. 44-tf WANTED A mechanic thnt can do some blacksmithing; married man preferred. Sballowater Garage, Shallownter, Texas. 4t!-4p WA.Nlr.D io buy hoes ing from M0 to 100 pounds. Parks drain Company. :iH-tf FOR RENT To couples, two furnished apartments; close in. Phone 1.17. 47-2 FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms. Inquire at 1401 Avenue (J. 47-tf FOR RF.NT-5-room house in northwest part of town. Phone 60. M. C. M Crummens. 48-tf MISCELLANEOUS CITY H.VJGAGK. Phone 094. 'J. II. H.iynie. 47-2p FOR KENT 3 furnished rooms r unfurnished room. 614 Avenue M. 48-tf FOR RENT Offices.' See Dr R. B. Hutchinson. 38-tf FOR RENT Bedroom. Call Mrs. J. L. Chase. 4 7-tf FOR RENT- Comfortable b-d room-; modern conv eniem e. Call 512. 4 7-tf .MR. CATTLEMAN-offer I.ed erle Itlai kh-g Agressin, expreea charges prepaid, ELEVEN (11) cents per dose. It is second to none.. References: Any I'scr. C. Holzgraf, Distributor, Midland, Tex. 48-6p TRY Mrs. B I.. Reynolds for your diiomaking. 1404 Avenue K. Phone 121. 42-tf Notice A thoroughbred Jereay bull will make the mason at Atktn'a Wagon Yard. Phone 269. 21-tf FOR TRADE Span of good hor se. anil harness. See Diirhy at Nobles Bros. 45-tf LOST - fi' ld s irburst br..o. h with diamond in center. Mr. Fred Sny der. Phone 728. 4rt 3 AT THE CHURCHES C. P. C. E. Program August 13th( 7:lo p. m. Topic Pride and Humility. Ieader Dixie Cromer. Scripture Ins. 4:o-10. Prayer. Business Session. Leader's Talk. What is Humility? Kate Slover. Pride of Race: John h:X Leora Green. Does Prosperity Bring Pride? Claude Martin. Pridu of Place: James 2:2.1 Dimple Ford. Song. How May We Overcome Pride? Mrs. Clvde Mitchell. His Master: John 13:14 Edna Peek. What Progress in Humility was Shown in the Apusiles? Mrs. J. F. Baker 1 Tim. 6:4 Puseal Peek Bible Drill. Song. Benediction. NOTICE All the members of Mrs. Ballen ger's class, Mrs. Haynes' class, and Mrs. Moore's class, are urged to be at the Baptist church promptly nt 9:45, as the program will begin at that time. All prospective members are cordially invited to be present. Reporter. First Presbyterian Church Congregations nre improving; in terest is increasing; we are growing. Come and worship with us Sunday. Sunday School 10 -Oil a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Evening Worship 8:15 p. m. Remember thnt evening service of the church. It is out there. A welcome Regular Session Meeting 3:4.1 p. m. Senior Endeavor 7:1.1 p. m. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday nt S:.:o p. m. Don't forget that you nre needed in Sunday School ns well as the preaching sol vit cs. Everybody t ome and may the Lord give us u rial good day. SHALLOWATER NEWS HEMS OK INTEREST 1 HIS WEEK. SOCIETY Mrs. when awake offer Surprise Breakfast J. W. Sims is wide it comes to helping wholesome amusement for the young people, which was further evidenced Wednesday morning at five thirty, when she chaperoned a delegation of them on a ''Sunrise Breakfast" and swimming party at the Tumble N Pool. A delicious breakfast of fried eggs, cantaloupe, entree and I run yandwicbes was prepared in typical camp style, and after everyth'mr hail been eaten, a plunge wa taken in the crystal pool by a number of the party, who declare there is nolhing more enjoyable than a dip into cold water at an early hour. The party wa composed of Mrs Rims and daughters, Misc Cecil and Edna, Misses Eililh Carter and Mildred Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Douglass, Jr., Messrs. Kay C. Mow ery, Walter Jackson and Stanton Rhea. The Auction Bridge Club will meet with Mrs. O. L. Slaton Tues day afternoon, August 15, at three o'clock. on the lawn very pleasant awaits you. Cumberland Presbyterian Church Sunday S"h"nl 0:4."i a. m. Preaching Services, 1 1 :il a. nt., and 8:15 p. ni. Junior Endeavor 2:45 p. m. Mr--. C'.irn Abney and Mrs. Fran cs Grnlbs are at market at New York City, selecting milliinery for Mrs. Abney's Millinery shop. En route home, they will stop at Chi cago and St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Wright ,.f Dimmitt. drove down Thursday to vi-it with friends and rela'ives. Trey returned heme Saturday morning. Mrs. J. M. Wright returned home w;th them. Mrs. L. E. Baker is visiting her parents at Qnanah, this week. W. D. Crump and daughter, M s Katie Bell, attended ihnrrh at Luh bock Sunday morning. Mr. John Baker of Austin, made a short visit at the L. E. Baker home recently. Mr. Baker is work ing on the Baker estate of whi. h there are over six hundred heirs, our townsman, L. E. Baker, being one of the heirs. Rev. Clinton will begin the Bap tist meeting at this place next S;i' urday evening. (iladys Baker returned from Qnanah Monday, where she has been visit ing. Monday evening the people of community went to the W. I. Crump ran' h for a picnic supper, in honor of Miss Hatsey. When ev eryone a'e all the hiubetie, wTi me!on, cuke, pie, etc., that they p' sible could, tiny came back f r church. All hope that Miss HaKey will come back on a vis-it soon so as to have another picnic. The Baptist meeting started Sa' urday evening, by Bro. Jackson. A goodly number were r ut. K-.'V. Clin ton took charge of the meeting Fm. day evening. B. E. Needles has put in a sto k of groceries in the front of hi--garage. Miss Halsey veiled with friends at this place the first of the week. Hugh Killen of I.tibhoi k, visited with home folks Sunday. MR. FARMER' LET'S GO We have the famous PEKIN, NEWTON and OVERLAND wag ons in stock all wide tires especially built to meet West Texas conditions. MOLINE ROW BINDERS Ready to help you save your feed. Re fore you purchase be sure to ee the Moline jinri get our Prices. WE 'HAVE REPAIR PARTS And should you want part i old iuoline Hinder call on us. for your GET OUR PRICES ON BINDER TWINE Ij i I I I Hodges Brothers Groceries, Hardware, Furniture and Dry Goo ', Shoe and Floor Coverings. PROGRAM FOR CLUB EN CAMPMENT AT POST CITY 16 the after 0. l JOLLY Maker of HIGH GRADE SADDLES HARNESS -AUTO TOPS -ETC. Your Business Appreciated 0. 1 JOLLY Address: Mann ger stock Cull- i Wednesday Auguat 1 Arrive ai Lake late in I noon. HMD p. m.--Welcome Mayor Ollic Weakley. A.) Ire-s J. F. Hartford Double 1' Company, (lib Songs. Band Concert Post Band. Thursday Auguit 17 U:00 h. m. .Joint Meeting. 10:00 u. m. Boys' l.iv Judging Contest; (Jirls Poultry ing Demonstra'ion. 12:00 to 1 ::i0 NOON. 1 :.'t0 p. nt. Boys' (irain Judging Contest; Girls' Buttonhole Contest. 3:00 p. m. Boys Poultry Culling Demonstration. 4::!0 p. m. Visit Double U Feed ing Di monstration. M:O0 p. m. Band Concert- Lub bock Orchestra. 'J:oo p. ni. Motion Picture Show and Lecture. Friday Aufuit 18 !.(I0 a. m. Joint Meeting FX-MAYOR AND REALTOR COVERED FROM LONG Ei" ess rMSS C. K. Parks, ex-mayo;, and one: of Liibboi k's big RTiun and land; dealers, is able to be about again ', ACF.D PARENTS OF F. MAYS DIED AT F. DALLAS SO MANY "DAYS" CAUSES I ELLOW TO GET SARCASTIC after several months in a lo.nl sani j F. F. Mays returned t Lubbock! tarinm under enre of specialist 4. this e. k, aft. r several montl.s ab- Mr. Park's health has been failing n'1 ,n,a'.,,' th,"' An alan' a! for the past y ar or longer, ami I'lMsanl iall Ihursiiay morning , bis fight to regain s'reriL"h has I away Mr. Nuiys had the. been a long one, in which he has 1 ml 1 'V'" ',f b smg bis ng d pai shown g-eat courage and indurami, I ents, who d ed at tin ir h. me in; and while be is not as strong at i Dallas. The mother wan preparing I this time as he formerly was, he is ,n K to .Sunday . -hoo on Minday; g.'flngon Ins feet in a 'great hurrv. mmg. July 2, took ill, and with-! ;ii h.. ..ho. m r.trn to h,- V. i in th-r'.v nniii.ti s passed away. She fiee in time to cure for the grain business this full. Mr. Park's hi;s been a land mark in Lubbock's development, and the W have Week. Kal Yo.ir D.bts s I ' i -1 ial day. It rctiiamr B.-irt', about Avniaiiihe joins his many friends in wishing him many days of health and usefulness. DEMONSTRATOR OF LIFF. SAVING METHODS IS HERE CHAPLIN A GOLF FIEND IN "I HE IDLE CLASS' utilized by Idie Class." K. l.ind.-ev Succe.or tt) V. Thorp. IJ. The golf links are Charles Cbi'pliu in "The winch comes I i the K. 6: Theatre on Monday and Tuesday, as the sotting lor some of the fun-nie-t incidents ever aeen m a motion picture comedy. His arrival on the links with hi tattered bag containing two non descrip clubs is the signal for the fun to Ktprt. And it oUrts with a bang, keeping up at high speed thru out. He hasn't gut a caddie, but that doesn't seem to bother him. He hasn't even got one of the neces sary irutta percha pills, but he calm ly appropriates one belonging to a more fortunate player and there by get an innocent bystamler into trouble, escaping the tame fate him wlf. Hi manages to hit the ball all right, but he is not ,erly particular in which direction be whang ll, with the result that the links bo omn as 1 1 u .-. . i r 1 1 i as "No Man's Land." But the golf.hg lioidinl are bit a small pint of "The Idl CUs." the lr-t National attraction wh.ih U p. ked aolid with laiik'bs. Captain Baki', Ked Cross dem onstrator of Life Saving Methods, who started a two days cotnse in life saving at the big pool soiuh of town yesterday morning, is meeting wkh nieces in interesting local peo ple in thnt great work, Hoy outs, (iirl Scouts, Women's Business Leag ue and other organizations laving made arrangements to meet with the di monsti-ittor en nias--e that the most pos.sible good could be received and the program as outlined has loin curried out splendidiv thus far. A WORD WITH 1 HE VOTERS y " M.--cs .o. It i fl C4 VT ell-'. tin. i il v, atn r Kl'IM Ih.l.lil .1 I dhtol II A, !' duys the Is' I i nr. d1" ba I, a li her In 'id Man Ki 'dii gir, I! I- NS.Ileford of pt ml c' ki-v r r at C 1 01.1.1.., I'tith and i d i. it h. re a f s r a 1 1 or U t i . k t One M i l.o. y It hi I Kt y Colli ' rfiol II Mi.. Miy t,4i li. . lu rUn Antonio It is reported that I am a wealthy man, that I have a 1240 acre farm, and rent houses that are bringing me l.'iO per month, and thai all I want with the office of Treasurer a a place to loaf. I do not own any rent houses, nor a farm of 2410 acres. My prop erty consists of three b-acre blocks two miles from the court house, and a six room home. You do not have to take my word for tins go to the county records and e. I am nut making a poverty plea, I Just want to correct some things which have been said that are not tr ie. I have made a k.i ciss of v eryth.ng I have tried, by attending to my own heincs. I believe that anyone who b.is made a success wiih his personal affairs l more I ki ly to li t the .imi With the af fa.rs of a county office, and will at pie. inte your lnvi-atitii' inrf my ru ..rd. J. 8 8!MVFi:. Can.lnl.it.i for County Treasurer, I ul.b.., k CuiMy, mibjc, t to the at..n i.f the I 'i in 1 1 ni i.- .Si. end I'rooiiy. A ir ml I Now . i v- 11141 by appiUiitint nl I Is if M S'e.il niu a s, Ji .In, ..!.. i 111 I 11 ll. f it Id, tha !.. it.a ul ,S.al I' .ncl, I cut 1 s . I luf fir. was seventy-six years el age, an 1 j was active op to the last hour of j her life. The remains were ship-i red to the old home of the couple at Kiplcy, Tennessee. After fifty years of companion-j ship w:th the beloved wife, Mr.! Mays was unable to walk through life alone, and on August 1, passed: uway. lb- was seventy-eight years j of age. His remains were also ship-( ped to Ripley, Tcnnc-ses. j The aged couple had many friend, in Lubbock, having visited their son; here, and the news of their death! will occasion 1:1 u h n gret with their ( friends. 1 They leave three sons, F. F., of Lubbock, L. (., and Ii. k, of Dal-' las. had Better Frglis'i More Bei f Day, Pay Day, ami a'l sort'- of no k-. at d mo til lis d for Fred, ru k Onn 1 111 "l ife" t t get tan a lu ll, aa follows: llais n Day. Fat M .re Fruit Mon-h, Thrift 1 car Dear Charlotte: I toid you 1 was planning to Mcnd Prune a Day Week with Mary. I left here on Backer' Bur Soap Day and motored down, reach ing there on the afternoon or Ial- pLye to dc te t mora readily short paid ma''er. Cn -i I n i..n marks on stamps frequency i.bl.t.raie the ri.ri.ern!-, 1 (T 1 mis pointed cnt, but w id a change in color and design of Mrikirg contrast aid dis-imilar-Ity, fecr mi .takes, ihi-y addel, would be made and 'h d.-i artmrnt in t;m would save thousands of lar Itjth and Alberta J .hn ret irned fr. m Lampaa, rgetown, Austin, Sa M 1 ses -n bile Bertram, Ge.. An'onio, and other sou'h Texai towns, where they spent their vaca tion. The M'sn-a Johnson erjoyeii ; ineir vacation very mn. h. hut re- ' -L.. .l. rum Day, Toilet Treparation .Month. ; ' " f w t . . .. We ran .nto only one storm on Hih.!?,' "Tred with the delightful b.n Dentifrice Day and Talcum , 1 "ln" '" morning broke clear and cool. I was ! glad because first impression" arc Mr. A. H. Carter, and daughter, apt to be lasting. I shall never for-'Mist BerU Lee Groce. returned U get Kettle Day of Kitchen We. k hp,r hom" t f loldetmlle. Texaa, when I first visited Louise. How it ' riday, after a month ' stay in Lub r, nd! ;!.rk. visiting her son, F. W. Grnra, Mary was as sweet as she could ot h Security State Bank Trust be. She gave a delightful lunch.n '"''"ipany. and her aister. Mr. G. t t..r me on Fig Day. a bridge on Ap-I "aiKins. iney were hiifhly pleai pie Day, golf and courier at the E. HENDERSON WILL VIEW SANTA IE COUNTRY J. K Hetidei son, ei ri-tary-treas-urer of the Avalamhe Publishing Company, left Thursday morning, in company with W. V . Henderson and family, of Lawn, Tesas; Will McDenn, Kdgar Fden and Mrs. Gar rett, of Fort Worth; and Luther and C. A. Henderson of Ktpesville, for an automobile trip into New Mex ico, tuinta re Iwing their objective. They will return within another week, and we are sure Mr. llend- r- aoii will have a great time on the trip, as he has been on the Job for many months, and the vacation trip ia a deserved one. ! Country Club on Canned Peach Day, ai d a pretty hiile dance oil the eve ton" of Pre-eived Pear D.-iv. 1 met j a 1 harming man, Peter Doiliver, and he .'ac us all a delightful lumheon ' at his club on Apricot Day. So you ! ee I had a buy Preserved Fruit j Week. 1 It win sweet of you to ask me to 1 spend Potato Week with you. I have I a dressmaker for Cereal Week but I she ought to be through by Huffed 1 Kne Night. Mmd if I do not rive n.y aiu-wer until, say, Kolleil Oats Day? Just think, 1 haven't laid my eye on you atnee the Brorn dam 1 last Patronize Your Local Poultry man Month. Aa ever. Maud. eel witr, Ltihhock in everv resnes-t. and are looking forward to another visit here. Mr. and Mrs. G10. Carter, of Ilopesville, Were in l.iihhm k Tu day trad if with our mer haul. The people of that seitioti are ad-lint? materially to the development ef Ltibb.uk and the gnat South Plains, and their wotk is looked unon with admiration by thos familiar with the good they are doing NEW DODGE CAR STOLEN FROM CARACE MONDAY C. E. Hunt, of the Lubbock Sani tarium, had his new Dodge cr atol en from hi. garage en Avenue 1 sometime Monday night, the car nut haviig been missed until Tuesday morning, when Mr. Hunt wept to the Karage, The officer were Immeiiiateiy no tified, and will do everything possible to apprehend the thief and return the car. The fact that car theft I getting lit h an evriy day occuinii. e in tin e, lorn points to the pr.il. ability of ail organised gi"' of thieve operat ing lute Thry have, with but few rti rplioii, i h'.M ii bland hr car Ihnir pre. Cum lit LubLoi-k POSTACE STAMP TO BE ALTERED SOON Washington, stamp ranging from I rent to ra. Inal c.'iangee Aug. S. Postage in denomination 6 are to undergo a to design ami color, with a view to preventing oc by the I'..-' .ffi.e Department due to la. k i f di tioctive feature, ll was anno. 10, 1 d today. All lainp rargng in dciiomuiatinn from I to 7 n now bear the piilialt of George Wash riiftnn, while an rich leg if ll li j lit 1 11 rianklin appeat 1-11 1I1..-11 ranrfii g fr mi lent to .V 111. d"p.il t let-nt t unit III). Isles rclalll ir the W liingioii a". I hranklin 1.. Hrmit upon itiUiu ef the lni li it, it W is nei.l, w ll aotisl tut . limits if ba.l. g ff.ii. 'H am ll'. mi I 1 -.1 11 1 y on l. 01)1. is Ihe il. pai Inn i' w of Iti e p lo ll. o, ll v-a. ilini., Hal .tit.rtnl .li.ikn. aid ill. Would vi.all 10 Miss Gladys Murfee returned home Wednesday morning after se en weeks visit at the home of her brother, J. K. Murfee, Jr., of Pampa, Tela. Mism Murfee is popular in Lubbock, and ha many friend her who were glad to welcome her home again. Mr. G. W. Shearer, wife of the presiding elder of the Methods cnurcn or thia distrut. underwent an operation at a lo ! sanitariu 1 uesday. Mr. Ke lotspt i, h of Crosbytoa. wa viMting in lubbo. k the firt o( tbu Wink. Mrs. W II oin.an, living Rout Xt I, n . t Miuuiiani I r caie .f apei mllU on it Mks lp It ,, k I .-y of P. teutoire, uiidi rHri.t an opt ration Hi a I al amli 1. 1 in lnt wet k. Judtte J It. I aha an 1 It I y, i f 1I-.11, tiansa t ' I HI I...I !.... Wi.lo. .day. II IU.I-.lnr M .t any n.an will till a lie abttut is tr .il ful be I.