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TMF: IIMMXK AVAI.ANCHF. FRIDAY. AUGUST II. 1922.
Many Plants in Texas Poisonous Savs Pathologist ' ' ' t; I i l JT'Z .11! !! -Ji : I I'll ' ' vrs . i--r ill lit ill I y 7 THE FARMING BUSINESS Your farm is a businew, Mr. Farmer. It should b con ducted as any other successful business if H is to pay a profit. And what successful business but has a good banking con nection ? Kl i jdu nave a . ---. you have a physic! collateral as good or better than any Our doors are open wide and our banking services are given to you farmers just as much as any other business man. Make this bank a cog in your successful farming business! Mrmkrr Federal Re.erve Sytem M-trber Slat Guaranty Fund The Security State Bank & Trust Company "Wants to help those who try" 5 AME OLD STORY BUT A GOOD ! (-l.VM nt.-ry). I hsl another attack ONE Mrs Mahals Burn, Savannah, Miseouri, relates an experence, the ike of which has happened almost every neighborhood in this country, nd ha been told and rcta'ed by thousands or otners, a ioiios. i - o"d a bottle of ( 'hamhcrlam's Colic I Herman S. hul of thi' S. hulz and Diarrhoea Remedy about rone j Lard Company of Ahorna'hy, was years ago and it cured me of rt ix , h.-r. Saturday evening f the same eomplant three or four years ago and a few doses of this ri'nwly cured me I have recom mended it to doens of people, "in I l.rt u-cd it and (.hall corf itme to do so for I know it is a quu k anil positive euro for bowel trinjlilw." Spikes Brothers Sell Groceries For Less Because They Sell For Cish! Spikes Brothers The Cash Grocers Friends of Those Who Save Ai tin, Aug J. The t.mc f-r rimi'roi" comnlairN about poi-'ins unit -km irri'.i ions r. t rurt ! by i ampe rs and v.icat p . n t s is .'it hand, I. M. f'utro, pl;int piithoimri.-t of the -It p:irt niioit of ii(."'i'"'It'ir-, reports. F ry umni. r m;u y p ro.pH milf. r from ra .h nml mher ninnifrstnlon a nult of rori'nit with poj-ton-oiih plnnts, Mr. ('jrto nii, ami to unrn I ravclrr iibont plantn thnt thrive in Ttxn nml nri1 cansrs "f tic h truihli., ho hn' prrpHr'.t a 'im puiry of tho most mmmon types Bnl ,ho naVire of the irr tutmn or poison contnic teil from mi h plnnti. "Mrtny iriilivuPinlt are highly mis-i-eptil'le to poisons imH irritations as a result of rnntM t with plnntn," Mr. (urto uta'rrf, "while other are re Kittnt am) have little difficulty in this way. In .v. mo cases only con tact with the plant in neicary to kin irritations, while with other plant, no t tfect is produced except whin the plant is crushed. "There are rrnry and various kiml of p!nnts that thrive in T-'X-i wl;oh rai-e lumpers fro'ilde. I'erhiip" the mo-t common nf these i-i the pom m oak, whnh jrrow-i x tei.ive!v over the state. Kx cptio-i- :ois hir e horn reporN-d uheve it i V X jf v , . .... .-r - -v j .-:-"r I VAL Vl-IN-Hf AO P)'"f A II J j rrmRj 4. JJ f VjttV MOTOR CAWS hi the i i rt! iivn il.rsy i.'i'is.. severe skin ir':at.'H B' i'oni ani. 1 y in'-rs vc it h r v rn iori. Ne'tles ro nl-o common source of trophic. "Pollen or the fn.e kVy pnrticles lrch fill frm the flowers of plant'- many time. eriu-e an irrita tion of the iii-ioi ii mi -tt'T'ire of the eyes, nose and mouth, a trouble known ns 'hay fev, r.' In the vi i n ty of Au'tin the pollen from ced ar is in nil proband ty the . nu"P of 'hay fever.' Many case of poison mi? Bre frepuently reported as the result of ent ntr wild or ornamental plants'. Antony ihe most important of these are the following: " I'he oleander shrub is a poison ous plant, often resulti-if from chev irtif twit's and leaves of the plant. "S- mo of the privets or I.tgus turns ar po'sonous. "The common pardon ripht 'hade one of the mot widely spread weeds, is exceedingly poisonoiis un der ome conditions The effect de oends upon the climMte, soil and Ifrowintr conditions. While it is used m some parts of the na';on in place of -p'OHch and the fruit as a uh-t-tute for raisins in p iddle", many a-o are on record showini th ;i!e.-' to )e jecsoTO'Us." r POST Po.t City P t Monday morning while enirmred in c oainnif some .s. -ales Karne-t Kuni ifalli wa ideftly hit i n the head !-v a faliiitf wcit'ht and knocked ne on so 10 is. He is doinir nicely at this v r,t vv Tuesday af'emoon iitnl II soon be at his place of business a t'n n . Tne I'o-ex Pall Dub went o'er to Tro-I yton one day lat week and defeated those hovs by a score of S to S, and Sunday afternoon re peated the dose, only made it larger when they came over here for a (fame. The score was 'l to 7. Our bunch is playing better bull lately Travis Itoren and Candy did the ba'tery work for I'otex Sunday. A Clnrk, who was operated on nf I.ubhock last Monday, is d-.irir nicely and it is hoped thnt be will Mon be home again. Mr. ('lark bad one ff his eyes taken out. About twenty-five youne people attended the I. ill, book District Sinir in( Convention held in I.ubhock la-t Sunday. K'iss Ma'his jrot a little piece of steel in his eye last Saturday, while at work at Slaton. He came to Post and the doctor removed it. We are glad to state that his eye is do-' iti(f nicely nt this writing. it is with (Treat sorrow that we report the death of Mrs. Mittie Hell. She once lived here and was loved by all. She was a devout Christian,! rmouncvncj A wholly Jew line of cars built on time-tried Buick principles but with improvements and refinements which make their introduction an event of nation-wide interest. 14 Distinctive Models Astonishing Values and Prices SIX CYLINOFR MODELS 23-6-41 Tour. Sedan,1; pass. $193 5 23-6-44-Roadster, 2 pass. - 1175 23-6-45 Touring, 5 pass. . 1195 2 3-6-47 Sedan, 5 pass. - . 19S5 23-6.48-Coupe, 4 pas. . . 1895 23-6-49 Touring, 7 pass. . 1435 23-6-50 Sedan, 7 p iss. - - 2195 23-6-54 Sport Road., 3 pass. $1625 2 1-6-55 Sport Tour.,4 pass. 1675 FOL'H CYLINDER MODELS 2 3-4-34 Roadster, 2 pass. 865 23-4-35 Touring, 5 pass, 885 2 3-4-36 Coupe, 3 pass. . 1175 23-4-37 Sedan, 5 pass. - - 1395 2 3-4-JH Tour. Sedan, 5 pass. 1325 All Price F. O. IL Flint. Michifian Asi about thr O. M. A. C. Purchjse Plan which pnrvulei for Deferred Payments See These New Buick Cws No.v at Our Showroom Investigate Our Easy Payment Plan! Lubbock Buick Company LUBBOCK, TEXAS WHEN BETTER. AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD THEM lived her roli(ion every day. She had been a widow for a number of '. years. Her huslumd d ed in Cole- ' man county. She leaes three chd- 1 dren, Mrs. Newton. Clarence and Claude I'toton, arid a stepson Dillard ; I'o-ton. whom she loved as her con. We will inis her bripht j-rrtil" and ' cheerful words. She was an invalid; for five years, but never complained always lookir.fr on the bripht sole. ; Weep not loved ones, she is at rest. ! It P. Tomilson has resigned as ' keeper of the Two Iraw Lake and ! will tak" charpe of the l'o-t Pro-j duce Company's dairy. Mr. Tom-' Imson has been a (rood man for ; Two Draw, sand the patrons will' retrret to we him and his (food wife I give it up. 1 The directors of Gara County j Fair Association met in called s- sion last Friday and perfected ar-j rangements for 'he fair this- fall, which will be lield in October. Are you eetting ready fur it? If not, why not? Garza County should have the best fair yet this fall and' we can if everybody will help make i it a good one. ltoost the fair and get your exhibits in shape. It's only j a short time now. Sunday nipht or Monday morn ing at about 1 o' lock the huildirsg formerly occupied by Postex Ath letic Club and re-ently occupied by I'o'-t Produce Company, was dis covered to be on fire and before the fire boys could get busy, was totally destroyed It is s t.osetl that the fire was caused by a'i in gine which was doing some 'wi'i-n-;ng near there about 11' o'clock. Th" building was the property of the Double V Company, and was insur ed. The contents, property of t-e Post Produce Company, was al-o partially insured. The building sheds atid contents were totally ! st roved. QUANAH TO HAVE A NEW FIVE STAND GIN Quanah, Aug. 8. A car of ma chinery for the new Co-operative Gin Ccmpany has arrived. The new gin will be five stands of eighty saw gins. Overhauling of the other four gins here will be undertaken nt once to get them in shape for the full run. Women, Here's Your Chance to Buy CROCKWARE We have nearly a carload of crockware and are offer ing it today at the remarkably low price of 15c A GALLON If you need crockware for milk, lard or a hundred other things buy now while these exceptional prices are in effect. ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT A STOVE? We invite you to compare the Buckeye line we have before you purchase. Winter is not many days ahead and you will soon be in the market and we advise you to not purchase until you have investigated the Buck eye stoves. We have them in varying sizes and prices. R. A . Rankin & Sons Lubbock's Finest Hardware Store'9 SUMMER COLDS usually leavea trail of weakness. Build up on Scott's Emulsion It promptly, pleasantly and effectually adds strength to the h dy. "yPj It builds up resistance! J ij Srott I llennr ll'imfrli N J. Z.'-S SLATON The SUtonito On last Sunday morning before the i los-e of rhurch services M. M. Taylor and Mrs. O tavia Short walk ed to the al'ar and were united in marriage by Key. .Ino. P. Hardesty, who performed the ceremony in short, hut inipres-ive manner. The bride has been a ro'!"M of Sluton for several yor. The groom rams here recently from Texarkana, hut ctis formerly a lesulent of Slaton. The now lyweds have gine to house kooiung m South S'nL.n in a home hat had alr.ady been prenared. Mr. and Mrs. A. Delving, icon William, and Miss Flora Dunseomh have re'"rned fritn n .x weeks' nut omohile trip to the Pacific' coast and other points (.f interest. They first went to Kiverside, California, where they visited Mr. IVLong's mother, who Rcromnnmed them on their return. From California they visited Old Mexico, then went up the Pacific coast, coming hack by the way of Salt Ijike City and Den ver. They drove over 5,000 miles and report a delightful outing. Alet has pome excellent fish stories to tell of his1 adventures in catching game fish in the mountain streams. The Presbyterians of this com munity are going ahead with tha proposition of getting a church horn of their own for the near futura. Those handling the matter have been surprised .3 f.nd so many IVeshyterians in this community. They hope to have their own build Inr beofre the winter is over. The Sluton Masonic Ultie l.odp No. 1 Of t will I v the cornerstone ef the nrw Kant Ward school building at 6 p. m., Mondav, August 7th, They will he escorted by the Knight Templars. Senator lib dt 'f I.ulx bosk will nocu the address. Grand Master D. Frank Johnson if Frown wood was es peeled to be re-oent, but on Mccuunt of previously er rs tiered iUu at Fort Wor.h, h cil I e represented t v a tih t it ut, m qmn TM Pat Mt nact a ea - act Mt fcu -l I. lalix -. 1.11 Ch II . M twt'Mclul 4 - fecl t-tl.c iMM !. t s-J rt e -4 l m m ...s ..(-..-C It. m.. . e. i i. .tl .oi 4 CMM 1.4 i. - CM to, Ct. S. CCV-J Ck. M