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TIM. 1 imncx K AVAI.ANCHf.,Tlir.M)AV.5r.lMr.Mnf R 12, 1921
knoikcd him there myself. AROUND THE CLOCK STARLICHT AND SlNLlCHT LIGHTING LIFE'S TATHWAY Tlia Lucky Kis Oranges are sun-kissed. Honey is hec-ki'sed. The oceiin is m n -k i-! . KInKi'i'-. lire llcw-ki -soil. It'll u j refer tn In- girl-ki: sed. . rr rcnoi'is wonuer pei oi- what satisfaction we got nut of ant ing this stuff. Well, there art' hm drcd i f thuig-i that we could do if we knew how. but we don't. An Fsplanatioa wnriflor iHTnaii Household Tin- butcher. Till grocer. Fiithi-r. Helps i we knew how. , Tin- dciid explanation i .1-:..:. I Imvo to live, ami ' m dead occupation. is tlint driving mules i Fak. Mummer Jimmy, what are you doing with my hut wuter bottle? Jim It's no good, Mom. I put cold water in it yesterday, an" it ain't even wnrm yet. Saw Him Firt Pokes-- I've j ust met a man who said I looked like yon. .lahhs What fool wan it? Show him to me Hnd I'll knock him into the middle of next week. Pokes You needn't trouble. I MOST PEOPLE KNOW That if it is a City Farm or Ranch Loan They can pet the Best Sen-ice and Options here. CLAUDE B. HURLBUT City. Farm and Ranch l.pnns. Citizen National Bank Building. Lubbock, Teiaa A Modern Son A .mull hoy hud hern unruly, and in consentient e had r reived r pri mands. threat", and at hint mild pmihmi r,t. With wounded dimity ho went to hi mother. j "M-inurm," he "aid, ill a voice i f cxaspotntion, "1 can't Maud ihnt husband of yotiin moi h longer." Ths Ralkinf Placs I'll eat most any kind of chow And chane it down with diink Of iiny kind Unit' lentil now, From Votfee up to ink; Put there's one thing I will not do -I iiitii".t. v ill not. di n k ho. ne brew. Others sre Uncertain 'lhere Hie niii!y only two classes of men who know where the next meal is coming from. One i the rich mnn, and th li.i t is the fellow in jail. Thinjt Worth Remembering A man-eating shark always en joys the Ind'cs. The proper way to (revcrit a (rill from s ream in g when you kiss ut her time hetwee:' to give not tisunlly an nl if she has a large is not them. A woman is I tractive picture fni me. The I V 'it which lies in a woman's eyes frequently lies. Voti i annul nh'ays read a pcr Min'i fv. o, e i n i) the type is eoer-e. Yon inn surround the old w with with ban, b'it you . annul milk a j-'in (nr.. The tailor's bill will give you a fit if the suit doesn't. The e'si-t thmir to do for a inir is a i''h father-in-law. At It Goes A fool at 4 is usually the onc w ho knows it at 'Jo. For us to simply attempt to please a con fiding public is to fall short in the execu tion of a sacred charge. We aim to do more than please because we feel that the relations between the druggist and the public border more closely on the professional than do many other busi ness associations. To attempt to simply please without trying to analize the individual needs of our patronage is to deny those who favor us with their patronage a service to which they are entitled that of INTELLIGENT GUIDANCE! To serve and to please you in every way that will make for your continued confidence and good will this is our constant endeavor. Floyd Beall DruggiSl "Easy to Find Worth Looking For" A Girl Named Lena What is the thinnest thing you have in shirtwaists?" asked the shopper demurely. "She is out to lunch at present," the floorwalker replied. Ten Wounded Soldiers (A poem by K. A. lichee, dedicated to the Pisiiblid Veteians Bureau). Ten wounded soldiers, standing in line, One died from Governrnentitis, then there were nine. Nine wounded sold. en, resigned to their fate, One was examined 'till he died, leaving only eight. Eight wounded soldiers, their only hope in heaven. One choked to rleath on red (ape, leaving only seven. Seven wounded soldiers, in a terrible fix, One swallowed a bunch of promise, leaving only six. Six wounded, thankful for being alive. One went blind looking for help, Icuvmif only five. Five wounded soldiers, fed on com pensation lore, One died of mentul indigestion, leaving only four. Four wounded soldiers, pining to be f ree, One drnnk all the iodine, leavii g only three. Three wounded soldiers, eiiling hos pital s'ew. One died upon finding meat, and then there were two. Two wounded soldiers, wishing t! y had a (run, One was helped out by God, lehv: ijr only one. One wounded soldier, he a general's SO', Was granted compensation, thin there were none. If a hank was run solely for gain, without thought for con structive service, it would nec essitate competency in man agement, courtesy and effi ciency. Otherwise it could rever operate. This Bank while earning for its stockholders, has ever had in view the welfare of the cus tomer and community. The Lubbock State Bank BIC-nUT NOT ONLY BIG IN RESOURCES" FEED GATHERING L'NDER WAY IN FLOYD COUNTY Hat vm ir.g of fall irops has been under way in Floyd county for more ' than a week, ami for the first time in many years the first "f October is going to see the hulk of the feed crop in the county gathend and in the bins and stacks. A laige per-: centage of the crop i being gather- ed in bundles and wilh an apparent, probable shortage in feedstuff in , ihe southwest this s,aon the crop will be cleaned from the field more1 closely tlian in a number of year. This section will be more fortunate: in the matter of feed-f ff hsn other sec'.ions of the southwest this year. Practically every farm is B- i ir.g to have enough fed to run thru to another crop while a few will , 1 have surpluses. Cotton gathering is also opening ' up much sooner than has bt en the; case in former years. A dry eason since the middle 'f July, with ex-, trcmely hot weather for this se-tioti are attributed as the iaoc for Ihe! early opening of the crop. Scetal! bales were received for ginning at . local pins last week and '.hi week I the movement from the f itld is be-1 coming more pronounced. A mark-j ed Inening i.p or busings over tn county is expe ted to ri -ul'. from this harvest. Es'imales on the yield vary s greatly that anybody's ruess looks u!niot h pool an another. Fx tremely pe-s.ini t-c per' tn put the -ICE CREAM -COLD DRINKS -CIGARETTES -CIGARS And every thing good to eat when vou Are Hungry Manhattan Parlor & Cafe FOR MEN WHO BUY GOOD CLOTHES Fashion Park Suits Society Brand Clothes In ninny communities the exclusive custom tailor is able to offer woolens in his garments fined than those obtainable in suits ready-to-wear. But that is not so in Lubbock! FASHION PARK and SOCIETY BRAND clothes are made from the best woolens to be had today. Tailoring is the next important consideration. This is to be had every feature that is obtainable in made-to-measure gar mentsand all at a saving in money in time and in trouble. STACY-ADAMS and WALK-OVER SHOES Ma Ft . -A X I FALL CAPS! Every man is a boy when he comes to a cap department and every man needs a good cap for knock-about hours for Fall and winted 1 FALL HATS! They are here! The new fall felts, and they are opened for advance selection. STETSON NO MAME Lines that need no defense in quality. We also feature Wilson Brothers' Furnishings Shirts, Underclothes, etc. We do not handle goods of which the quality is questioned. Jonies Brothers M-il (Vie.. Tilled M mi ill ll 'lcl UuiKlinn yield very low hile some still claim i! will run four to six thousand. The thmir whi' h make an estimate so difficult is the tremendous a rentre ii-. er the territory The fir-t four hales whii h car-in in lit week had good cob-r r.d -tuple with indi. utions, if weather is good, that the futility this sen-.n is goiiig to le good. Floyibida He Iterian. DROUTH HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON FALL BUSINESS OUTLOOK Optimistic prophet of Lubbock estimate the cotton crop for I.uh bMK county at 13,000 bals, wht h is keveral thousand more than lii.'t year. It is believed that the lirht yield fur this season will be mole than made up by the increa-ed a create. Strict middling sold on the street Ibis week around twenty irot, however under that figure was the rule, nineteen- cents betrg the oet figure given for this class of lotton. Although the fed crops of this county aie short the valuu of the cotton rrop in dollurs and ccnti (oils up around more than a nul Ion and a half. It is on account if this estimated yield that we dud the meribHiits ot out city in an op timistic mood and sto k for the full bu.-iuei uic greater than In yearn. Kusiness i nun h better with m.isl of the merchants. New firms tl at have opened up for hu.iness with in ihe past few weeks ur feeling good over the business outlook al though they made their preparations for coming hero when condition were much more promising for fall business. By October 1 Cih, of this year there will be not less than fifteen stores in this city engaged in re tailing dry goo J, men's furninhiiif c!v These figures being mndti from what businesses are now heri and those , which have closed deals for business houses to b occupied within the next fe weeks. "Competition will create nioie business," is the atlitudu other dry good houses are taking toward the new funis. $ TOCKMAN KIILFD IN 1 RAIN WRECK isMii Antonio, Sept. 6. --II. I Msoldm, pmiuiiu i.t utotkimm of Ooiia. lotas, was killed, and Hom er Adunis, another stockman, was Injuii'd in a tear end collision of two flight trains on lh M.oiihiin I'iilfle tliar ri.ilonal, se-t of Hn liitciiio, rnily t -,1 v Jlncl lisin ,S i. ficni F-mls itadicd Into the ler nf IH S t. ItTfl. I'om pliiily VMc kn It u i In IT COSTS YOU NO MORE To buy your groceries here where you get the best of what you want and get treatment that shows you that we want your business. Try a Sack of "AUNT JEMIMA'S" FLOUR (For Baking) PHONE 594 iron Grocery Go, buh Msilliu an Adams, who ir in ilii( ut ikiiiiI irs of tu k ioi th ritis, ii, lo g 1 Coins ( .ubboi.