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Tl IF. l UniUXK AVAI-ANCHr.. FRIDAY. AUGUST II, 1922.
Farm Bureau Will Sign A Million Bales and the First Advance Will Be $50 Per Bale-Want Warehouse Dallas, Texas, Aug. H. Having alone $8,777,7'JJ.12 worth of buM aew in iU first year the Texas 1'arm Bureau Cotton Association de tided here at a statewide conven tion of 800 cotton farmers to put M membership campaign to sign p 1,000,000 bale of cotton. The campaign it to start on August 7 n South Tetas and move nrh to the border, taking as much time as ia necessary. The derision to wage a campaign BASE Lubbock vs. Amarillo Gassers AUGUST 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th Sundays game called at 3:30 p. m. Monday Ladies Day all ladies free. This promises to be the best series of the season. Week-day games called at 5 p. m. M o S3 Up About was made amid-it much enthusiasm after a two dny session during which farmers from ull parti of Texas invent. gated the workings of the fint year of their cotton asso cinlion. President John T. Urr and the board of 21 directors, all of whom are dirt farmers living and working on farmi, outlined pinna for more growth of the Texan I arm Bu reau Cotton Association. Secretary J. W. L. H.ill of New Boston, says that the campaign will BALL Hubbers Dddeb Brothers BU5INE55 COUPE Built and priced for practical, everyday use. Beauty and light ness skillfully blended with rug ged strength. The steel body finished in Dodge Brothers baked enamel. Genuine leather upholstery. Ample doors, window levers, heater and cord tires. A wide, straight seat. Spacious carrying compartments. In short, closed car dignity and protection at little more than the price of an open roadster. ROYALTY MOTOR COMPANY 13th and Ave. J. Lubbock, Te depend very mt' h en local support ho m to keen down cl'eiine. in niltame of f 0.0U a hnle wilt be made when hank driift Is attached to the lull of lading Another heck will le sent the f mmct as soon aa h.s i otton is rlnuied. The Texas Farm Bureau Cotton Association whs organised Reptem hcr I, I'J.'I, receiving its first cot ton one week Inter. Texas was one of the first stntci to market cotton co-operatively, the others being Ok lahoma, Arizona, Mississippi, Ark n n sat, Georgia, North Cnrolinn, S. Carolina and Alabama. Texas, how ever, signed lens than 20 per cent of its cotton, or fiDO.OOi) bales. Starting with no friends, the young organization now numbers among its supporters the War Fi nance Corporation, the Federal Re serve Rank, many leading local banks, A. & M. College of Texns, and mnny newspapers. Large quar ters have been rented, the clerical force has been improved and increas ed. A field service under Mr. Hall will be maintained permanently for the information, aid and service of its members. An expert corns of cot'on classors have been employed. Relations have been established with cotton co-operatives of other states through the American Cotton Grow, crs Exchange. Very nd nntngoous contracts have been secured for the handling and storing of cotton. Finnnciul arrangements have been made which include banks' accept ances some of which last year were made ns low as 4 per cent. A lonn up to $9,000,000 hns been negotia ted with the War Finnnee Corpora tion at a low rate. This was all asked for. F. F. Florence, vice president of the Republic National Ran kof Pallas, pays that the Asso ciation's finances Hre fo sound that the Texas Farm Rureau Cotton As sociation can command enough mon ey to finance every bale of cotton in America. YOU WANT A HOME and YOU CAN HAVE IT. I can make you a loan on the ea-v Monthly pavment Finn, for the I'MTKP ST ATF.S SAVINGS RANK OF DETROIT, MICHIGAN, and also I can Make you a loan with small annual payments, at only 8 1-2 per cent Interest with good on or be fore option. I can save you from 6 per cent to 10 per cent of the amount of the loan during the life of it over any lli.ng that is being offered. Come in and talk the matter over whether you want to build now or in the future. CT.Al'PK R. lU'RI.RUT, CITY, FARM ANP RANCH LOANS Citizens National Bank Building. 42 tf Wanted I want to buy your second hand furniture or will sell you aome. W. V. Terrell, at Model Grocery. 86-tl Real the CLASSIFIED ADS An Egg Laying Contest Inaugurated At Rotan Oct. 15th Rotan, Aug. fl. October IS will witness the inauguration of the first West Texas Fgg l-aymg Con'e-t and it will be staged over a' period of one year. According to Supt. R. W. Faton, indications are excellent for one hundred hens to be enter id, and prospects are that West Texas will be well represented. The period of one year for the contest will make an official year's test for hens in the contest. The rules ar" practically identical with those of other contests in which hens are en tered for a year. The contest is promoted by the local Chamber of Commerce with the itssistancc and support of the A. M. College and West Texas Chamber of Commerce. 1 he first unit of the equipment consisting of an attrn-tive concrete poultry fious- surrounded by sub stnntiiil iron and steel fences is com plete, which, when needed, will be augiimented by other units. J. P. Cohrn, president of the lo cal chamber of commerce, declares the contest is an outgrowth of the rapidly growing interest in the poul try industry in this section. Its purposes, he explained, are to en coinage the industiy to develop along proper lines by centering in tcret on high production as a lie.--ess;ny quality of a useful hen. OFFICIAL RESULTS OF THE PRIMARY ELECTION JULY 22 Repn sentative lli'th A. Riildain :W2; ( has. :i:is. Pitri, W. R. t: R. iberls County Judge: P. J. Rroiighton T'.'H. County AHorncv: R. L. (i raves 2 J " : Geo. W. N. ill 40. County and District Clerk: II. R. W.nstoti Kilo. Sheriff and Tax Colleitor: Woo l F.. Johnson 751. Tix A-essor: W. R. Bridge 111; R W Glover 14.1; J. C. Green !i7'.'; Mrs. Munford Smith 27:1. County Treasurer: Mrs. Lul.i Smith 71'2. Commiioner I'recinet 1: p. S. I imhltitf It'im '??') ('onimissiiim-r Precinct 2: J. Wttlcs H7: Jay Itarrett l"'.l; J. ( r.iwiey l.'X. m Commissioner Precinct 3: S. Sheoi,.rd r.S; T. O Hooker fit i Lnimusioner Precitu t 4: R. Thomas r.s; W. H Ulack t. Public Weigher. Precinct I : U . Hvmim 'Ml: K. A Graham io! County Chairman: J. K. Shelton I .'!; R." M. Kendri. k l'.'."; Joe J. M.-Gowan UoO. Terry County 1 1 r- al.l Ttir la mors "'rrh tn ttils section nf th country tlmn II oilier He.f put tn(r'iher. anl for . pnrs It Si I s-iv--I. '1 lo ho uv uislil l.no.rs pr"' rll.cl locul temerlt)!. nil itf ons(Hfitlv r.oloiv to cur wilh ls-nl trwslmeot. r.-rv 'ion 4 It ln nsllf . OttitrrU ih In. n''nHt rttly ini1urni-l liy viois'liutionl ion ilitmne nn-t lufn f. ' rooirc rons'liti tlonal maimeni H ill I'Hisrrh M II ein. ni.iniifsctnred hr ! J i in. -. A Co. Toledo, 'llou. Is a ronmit'i'lonal remeih IS Uhcll lntern;ll!y SM.I l. thru tl. Idooil rn tlo Muemis Hurf. of th Hl m om lti,..r. I'.illsn t. warf Is oiTernl tor snv ciim t!si Msll Csisrrh Vi. li trie fn' : to cure. rVn.l fnl nrojUrt n lst mi.mluli K J CMKNKV ". Tole.l... OI.U. Hnl'l l.y I TMrists. V, lisil I Fmro.y I'.ila tor comtlpnt'on COMPRESS AND WAREHOUSE BEING BUILT AT FADUCAH Paducuh, Aug. 2. The West Tex as Compress and Warehouse Com pany cotton compress and ware house is well under way. This will be a modern plant in every detail and one of the best in thin part of the State. Greenwood 4 Phillips of Green ville and Athena are the owner cf the name. Some hot winds are be ing experienced in thia part of the State just at this time, yet a good cotton ctop is expected, aa there ia estimated to be luO.Uuu acres plant ed to cotton in this county, with an estimated crop of 30,000 to 40,000 bales. COLORADO METHODISTS TO ADOPT TITHING PLAN Colorado, Aug. 8. The Colorado Mehod st church haa adopted the B.ble method of financial support following the visit of Kvangelist (). F. Zimmerman. The membership took the tithing pledge. Stewards will nut longer collect sums for the salary of the pastor, but tithing funds will be distributed among the several needs. Thia is the sixtieth Methodist church in Texas to adopt the tithing system of support, other, towns in this section shun nave already become tithing churches be ing Sweetwater and Snyder. HOT WEATHER DISEASES Disorders of the bowels are ei tremely dangerous, particularly dur ing the hot weather of the summer months, and in order to protect yourself and family against a aud den attack, get bottle of Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rem edy. It can be depended upon, Many have testified to ita excel lence. WINS FIRST PLACE ICR STUCK JUDGING Clarendon. Aug'M 4. County Air nt lu.y W lli iolrix ret imed th vi i k fi'io Colleyv Malion, where le aticn.icd thv A. M. Suiooier .:),,, it ('..i.!.,., ufol was winner of tie- f.rt I 'fa' e in this district in lli l.M k J - f i-' 1 1 1 f coiite-t, and of sec ond plin e in the elate. ,V, 'I'r iliu Rii bmoiid, our coun'y li iiioii (r.itioii ak'ent, and the yoooj, Udo'r ' oiii Mill) d her to ! lu A. A M omoicr Moot Cool. ba !., ritumul to lb s coni.ly. Vote for K. M N Mao. the l',-. cl,i isiol 'luiK f r Mist h ii i i I. o.I. i.t of L l o alioo 4) i in Well Supplied No store in Lubbock is better few as well stocked and organized to care for your every drug need however small it may be. In buying drugs for our prescription department strong tests for purity are applied. This then places at the disposal of our competent pharmacists drugs which they know to be absolutely pure, so the prescriptions they carefully fill can be relied upon to perform their proper func tions. We woul'l discharge a tlerk who would change even the 32nd of a grain without first telephoning the physi cian whose name appears on the prescription. Floyd Beall, DruggiSl "F.asy to Find Worth Looking For" POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT Conetf Judfet P. F. BROWN, Luhh.MH ( Re-electinn ) GEORGE W. FOSTER County Areyi OWEN W. McWHORTER "or Clerk of Tk Di.lrlr Co.fl I.OI'IE K. MOORE r Canal f Clark; HERBERT STl'BRS County Tratrert .1 S. SMIVER WILL MrKINLEY Sheriff! II L. (RUP JOHNSTON i Tat Collartari SAM SPIKES, Luhr.o.1 ( Re-elect ton ) J CLARK, Lobhock fas Aisataori R C. B CRN'S, Luboocfc (Re-election.) CnaatT Suparinlaadaat: E. R. HAYNES. Ke-ele.i.. (Lubbock) -Csaaty Cammmloaar, Pra I J II RURROI'GHS MARVIN T WARI.ICK aaf Coiraniionar, Pta. Na I B N WHEELER. Idalou Re-lecton. a Caatailaaioaar, Pra. L. C. DENTON Jaitice of tka Paaca, Pra Nc COL. W. E. JOHNSON J. I). CALDWELL. Far Ceaatabla, Pracincl Na. It J. L. McCULLOCH. w, P.klle Weigkar, Pra. Na. I C. T. JACKSON. Libbork (Re-election). T. W. McNEELY. Lubbock If a golfer walki around the link for hia health, any mail carrier ought to whip Dempey. 1 1 FEEL I ALL NEW I AGAIN To yoar dotheswe brinqnew.Ufee-- Atdlvrvc.petser; If you want to make a good iuet hit with the wift tell Suda to call for the family laundry. Bcttrr work cannot he done th.in ia acco(iili.hed Vt ihia shop. If you are not acquainted with lhi fact coll Ui and let us prove it la yuu. i.(X)r; rou suns h nuiw Lubbock L-uuulry phona am l.itl.bnik, Tins feSs V NEW SCHOOL BllLDNG TO BE FRFCTFD AT COLORADO Colorado, Aog. 8. J. M. Morgan, Rig Soring contra, tor, has been awarded the tavk of constructing the nem (rrammsr s nool building arid repairing the old building at a contract price of It.', WO. The new building will be two stories and con tain t. n class rooms and be mod ern and fireproof throughout. aaaaaaa4 What Water Does for Batteries Not too much or too little but just the right quantity of water ought to be kept in your battery all the time. The water does two things : it keeps the bat -tery solution over the tops of the plates so that the whole plate surface is used; and it gives proper strength of solution. Don't hesitate to ask us for water service even if yours isn't a VVillard Battery. The Willard Standards of Service are the same for every make. LUBBOCK BATTER A ELECTRIC CO. , pkaa aa LaWWattk, Tea. Reprwnting A TO11KKJMI 117 UNI tJ H ai il f f aafcaXaafcSMfcJaV VU