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Ilir. LtniUXX AVAI AN I II .. lt l5l)AV. .sr.IMr.Mnr.il 2fV 1922
e RATES PER LINE OR FRACTION THEREOF 10c Avalanche Classified Ads GET QUICK RESULTS PHONE J 4 You can get quick tale or purchase by placing an ad in this dVpnrtment NO AD TAKEN FOR LESS THAN 30 CENTS J v FOR SALE KOK SAI.K OK TKADK Kor vnount lots nrnr (iniiiiiiinr School, nne firat lion note. Hox 15 K Oily li'J-4 FOR SAI.K acre, in Coch ran County. Ijilmri'n 8 Htul H, I.eiiir ue 147, Ahstrnrt Hl'J, of Stonewall county lu-hool land for sule for 8.0() rush, plus .'l.37 per arre duo to Stonewall County. Write owner. 8. P. Morrow, 5-ti Carson St reft, San Antonio, Texan. 67-tf FOR SALE 700 head of nheep, worth the money. Sfe J no. W. Pepper, 7 mileii northeast of Lub bock. 68-lip WANT TO SELL my home. Six rooms and bath. 4 blocks from Citizenn Bank. 1002 Avenue I. Di rect from owner. A. J. Hicks. 68 tf FOR SALE Starr phonograph, (rood as new; or will trnde for grood cow. Call at Avalanche of fice. 61-lp FOR SALE 4 acre block on West Itroadway; easy terms. W. H. Thorp, owner. 61 -lit FOR SALE 86 acres 3 miles of Meadow and well improved. Will sell on easy terms. W. B. Thorp, owner, Lubbock, Texas. 01 -2t FOR SALE-Good residence site with email building, on pood terms; also will sell my home. W. B. Thorp. 61-2t FOR SAI.K Pern he at $'.' a bushel nnd lip, delivered Phone '.02I-F2, or see J. C, Newton. fiX-tf FOR SALE -Worth the price, r. room modern house, west uf Lub bock Inn on !'th Street; part terms. See J. Si. Fleminir, owner, nt Nai! Barber Shop. f.S-tf FOR SAI.K merit harness M( Donald. -Prnft team Govern and wapm. A. F. 5 1 -if FOR SALE Small place, i-lwa in. Initiire of Mrs. J. L. Chae, fat Lubbock Variety Store. 60-tf FOR SALE BY OWNERS ONLY Our real estate in Lubbock, block lfifi, Avenue I. 2 houses, 4 lots, semi business property, close in. Must sell quick and at sacrifice. Rental income $K0 per month. M. Fulton, Mrs. M. Fulton. CO-2 FOR SALE Good second-hand Ford truck. See J. M. Bradlev. 57-tf FOR SALE Poultry farm, lo cated mile and half of Lubbock; well equipped best thing in the South. For sale on easy terms, or will take small residence in Lubbock as part payment. C. W. Alexander, at Texas Land Exchange. 60-tf FOR SALE 100 young turkeys, 10 old hens, 1 old torn; all for 12.00 each. Would trade fir Ford in pood condition. See J. IL Sconce, Route 1, Lubbock. Til-Ip tt' t f . r.n . I-... $2!0; one dining set for $100. 1009 1 Hth Street. Gl-lp. FOR SALE OR RENT 120 acres improved farm land in Grovesville Community. For particulars write Mrs. R. J. Page, Clovis, N. M.. Gen'l. Delivery. 6t-4p 1'iiK .SALE --Good rich soil, see I. li Pryor or phone H72. ill tf. K)R SALE OR TRAPK fhimd Icr car in good rumlit.on, nt a leu g.un. Texas Lund Kxclinnge. 00-tf ANOTHER speciiil piano bargain. I'm d piano in fine condition, sold new fur JIT.O. for quick sale I'. Hi tter hurry for our last week's special was sold before the printer'' ink was dry. Elmer A. Everton, of fice and sample room 1402 Ave. I., r IllliMi IMIUOIOK. fi FOR SALE Wicker bBby buggy cheap. Call at fire station. 61-lp I WANT In nioe to Pnnh.indle. j Eriertenci'd in stoic and clerical j work. Small salary. T. J. dee. M.-iik. Miss ! 2p. V,.M..I .Man fioin Hunt coiin t. with wife arid one child wants to lent KO or Jut) acre f;iim on I shares, or would take farm job nnd ! keep house for owner. Charlie I n l. cin, at .Lo kson limine. 01-lp I WANTED - To buy and pay for ' ly the month a fairly good second hand huggy and gentle horse, suit able for lady to drive. Hugh I. Crown, phone 723. 01-1 WANTED WANTED Someone with bailer to bale hay immediately. Dr. Coun cil, Lubbock. 57-tf. WANTED -2 men to room and board, if interested call phone No. 073-M. 61-4 FOR RENT WANTED By October 1st. stalk field or Sudan pasture for 2T0 calves. See Fred Snyder at Snyder A Mid dleton office, Security State Bank! Building. 59-tfl FOR RENT Office. R. B. Hutchinson. See Dr 88-tf WANTED Steady employment i f any kind. Have fair education; would work fnrm on halves; have experience in cotton raising. Snm Fcrrcll, care Avalanche. 61-lp GOOD OFFICE to rent. over Barrier Bros. Phone 33. 57-tf FOR RENT Furnished bedroom, two blocks east of Panhandle Cigar Company on corner of block. 61-lp. ACCOUNTANT -Will open and close, or keep small set of books; make statements at any time; will give private lessons in Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Typewriting; rates, reasonable. Write Wm. M. Ho ' nail, Route 3, Lubbock. 61 -2p I WANTED To buy your se.-ond j hand furniture. Phone 24o. M. 1.. I Waldrop. BO-tf ' WE RENT SHOTGir.NS and have ammunition for sale. Moore Broth ers. PO tf FOR RENT Furnished bedrooms with board. Two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. House No. 1012 l.'ith Street. M. I- Todd. 0t-2p FOR RENT Bed room or light ho'iiekeeping rooms, nicely furnish ed, all modern conveniences, close in. 1211 10th Street 61-lp FOR ItLNT Two ui,furnis!ic,l r. "mi nt soj Avenue G. JiH-tf viji: i:i:vr - Well furnished j I'ii .i-c. I-.ir fuitlu r Information see li E. Oxer tieet (il-tf. ' LOOM A N i" T.iP - Apply nt ( I0I.1 !th Street. f.7-tf HR RENT-- Bedroom, modern I convenience. Call 3:2 M. 57-tf FOR RENT- T.) adults. 2 moms find k.tchenette; come nieu, t s; do in. Phone 137. 00-1 FOR RENT -To gentlemen, rooms i lose to school building in one block of boarding house. Phone 2'.'!). fifl-tf MISCELLANEOUS Notice A thoroughbred Jrsjr bull will make th season at Atkin'i Wagon Yard. Phona 269. 21-tf FOR LEAPK-To Jan. 1. 1!23. with refusal of 12 months, parage with jxump, lights, water and phone. AIo Lunch Room, new fixtures, for tease. I. S. ( ornwell, Star Grunge. Slat on, Texas. fill-1 p MR. FARMER We want to trade a G pnvsenper Hub k Six for Sudan gni-s seed Lubboi k Buick Co. 41l-!f NOTICE Best Jersey bull in Lubbock county at the McDonald Hurse and Mule Company's barn. 5 1 tf lit us i lean your rugs before you put up your stove for the winter. Moore Pros. 61 tf NOTICE - Plenty of .t,.i is- loot, i. A F. McDonald Sr.-tf MLS. M. F. Hall xxill open a stock .if Millinery at Idul ul. Texas, Octo l i r tu t. 01 3p WILL IK PE 5 passenger Podge in good condition for Ford Roadster or Sedan. Ad Clark, phone ,r.H or ,:t.l. 012 FOR TRAPK Fine opera house anl two lots on main street in best tox- ii in Texas; in good condition. Write foT further particulars. J. W. Stone, Box 213, Wichita Falls, Texas. 61-2p. NOTICE Thoroughbred Bull will make the season Jersey t my barn; call us any time and w will bring come and get your cow and her back. Jno. W. Aucutt, Phone 215 and 502. 64-tf. WE WILL DO plain and fancy "ewiiig. Prices reasonable. 70S 15th street. Mesdameti t'tiey and G rives. 60-tf I AM HANDLING fresh fish and nytt.-s iin smith side of square near k' n-ri Shoe Shop, beginning Satur day Lane. 00-2p SEWING pu 'imnteed. I.. DONE Call I t HEAP, work ! 1917 Avenue 61-lp TO TRADE - For Plains land, Mc Lennan County farm, well improved, lenr of inciimberancea. For fur ther information, see or write Earl Morris. Slaton, Texas. 60-2p WE EXAMINE -nves and pol'-h It' o! hers. FLI ES, put on toves. Moore Ou-tf Schedule of Base Ball Games to Be Plaved at Fair LUBBOCK POTATO CHIP CO. CHANGES HANDS ROTARY NOTES A I' ll T!.e following schedule hu-i been planned for the baseball tourna ment for the Smith Plains Fair: On Thursday afternoon at 1 :30 p. m., Ahernathy will play Shalloxvater, at 4:00 p. m. Union will play Carlisle. Friday morning at 10:00 Berton will play the winner of the Ahernathy and Shallowater game. There will Stanton S. Rhea, who has for the j prt several months been in charge of the Lubbock Potato Chip, Co., ; has -old his interest in the business , to Messrs. Roy W. Stnrnes nnd E. C. Adair. Mr. Rhea took charge of this busi ness some months ago, ami through service and attention to Ins business j has built up an enviable record, and i a gmtd line of customers, j .Messrs. Starnes and Adair are well i known here, Mr. Stnrnes being a 1 young lawyer of ability w ho has been i the question of proper i lasi-il'ti ai i I associated for some tune with Percy in Rotn.-y Club. I Spencer. Mr. Adair is District Man ager ot the siperry-llut.'hmson t o, n t r the i"t coibe t;on of th. tors. But let fluke w as i idled ii tell a few i f the things if ti t''iit lie (Id in Chicago. We r "ire that he didn't leil all. One of the interesting feature--i f the program was an imnmnit u iii liatt between Susie and PaiMv mi n- hb, no li.-ivoh.'ll! ir;in.f Kriil.'iv nft.ip. noon, owing to the fsxt that I.uh-: vv' untierstami they will both retain bock High School will plnv a foot-!1"''" present positions, and Mr. ball game. On Saturday afternoon 1 Adair will bring his brother here to at 2:00 p. m. the two winners of the;';ike charge ot the inside workings previous games will plav for the ov-i"! the plant. Mr. Rhea will remain in" Civ. with the business until the first of 'There will be no additional charge ' October. to see these gmies ami as they will be hotlv contested thev will bo worth going to see. Thec games are Just; a few of the amusements that are' being provided for by the Fair man-! agemint, Arrangements are now practically corenlt ted throughout the entire ground fo" the best fair Over hell Tic- to lil'i ' niis- ( ! n m i Par" i - thin th" S. il' n't .' good Cltll ma k Plains, i- it a p'i ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. Alvis O. Thomas, of Fort! Wm ill , musician, singer and com , user, wdl lie here lit the Baptist! t iiun h Sunday, nnd a program to be carried out under ha directions i.s Ik in' icade by I.. M. li-ook-, to be it C'llii ul S niii.iv li g".l m intere of Louie Moore., iviwaniaii, trion made h two minute talk urging evi ; one to go on the booster trip. Harper delivered an interestipii talk on methods of farming in thi country. He opened his Mildness by stating that this kc Imri should n't (eel discouraged because of any lack of moisture because iu per cert of the earih's surface wa in 'he same boat. He went en to give a number of points Insed upon the exruTien e of the Experimental Farm over a period of years which if followed "oiilil make better farming for this St'ilh Plains country The firt ; i i'ii! met tio'icd wis a three inch vi I! from whi. h could be ir-.g-iti-d ten lor use at linnio. He w: rii i y y V i.t : -y t V t y y It.el .I S II I''.' till tc ! lllti Tin i . I-.. Ot..' i; T I'll -I I ( lie I . Lt.H.o, wet:' t his SO') May tires a '. M.vtin. '. ( llillM1'. i ni.n i ' !i !.. T., Jr. we call a r.biier b: ret.irv .r t'e t Vl-lt t is v. ell knoxx n tl.'-oiigh-ivnig coiii;;ii-eil inure ',!.,;. i.t'H ii.pul:.! th.iii i' an in tile S'.itc. and to p.iiu tunitv to hear him is a treat. on fail to attend this program ill miss Minn thing winch could great v.ib'e to you.--Lub)iock iiattist Church. 01-2. a e 1 1 y n. i x e IMlln' I; Villi 1 m ;v ' l"g. Ulg ,'. I,, i. l-hl lee VX'1'1". " sf.,! .1 b v v !" V- ":'.f s .. :,e. or h in i s, tre Ilir fai m f irm- fe. d would i-fif.h tenia. gang nil" stealing ajto ' Tha'.k... : FATHER OP LOCAL MAN IS PLEASED WITH LUBBOCK POI.ITKAI ANNOUNCFMEMT For Representative! R. A. BALDWIN, Siaton. For County Judge: P. F. BROWN, Lubbock ( lie-election ) For County Attorney: OWEN W. McWIIORTE'st For Clerk of District Court; I.OUK F. MooRE For For For County Clerk: HERBERT F. STUBBS Mi. and Mrs. B. C. Rix. of j Spring, are here visiting their i Jed Rix, of the Rix Furniture j I'ndertaking Company. , Jlr. Rix had not been in Lubbock i for more than a year, anil said he was delighted to see such wonderful I growth made in the business di.s I tricts here. Those new bricks ulong j Broadway, he declares, are a credit i to toe town, and he i' hopeful that I before many months imve passed 'tint! street will be She location of ninny more s o h structures. V lnlo Mr. 1! x is a ht.ie '.it niiil ; iile age. he still ( burns to be j is: as active as any nt his hoy, and jal'tir talking with him for a while ixxe ii.iin that a great deal of the i alertness of our young town man is hereditary. that the tirlr c : iv iii ... " '. if x. , Id '': . . 'II.- tiil.i ii M'lo l.a!f;r. aed one-f I Karnei strongly j.d- .,.,1 pbieting I a vanity of enfon that will be tire lo mature in this country every year. He gave results of ten year-. experience with three varieties prov ing his statement. He also, strongly advocated the cutting of corn arre- Biir i ac' down to a patch only sun n ten! (ion, I io iiirnisn roasting ears, i.caui e and 1 "e said tins is not a sure corn i try, and in many years mm h more l If V I a . coun- n-re- feed can be raised on the same age by planting to aome of the kaf firs than by planting to corn. also strong'.v advocated the raising! of sudan both for hay, paturairr anil feed. The jM.int lie strongly j rmphusizeu wus continuous (lean County J. S. Sheriff: il L. Trsaturrr i SLOVER. (BUD) JOHNSTON For T Collerlort SAM SPIKES, Lubbock For T Aa4or: R. C. BURNS (Re election) r- c nty Superialeaeat i E. R HAYNKS, K-Uctiua (Lubbock) , Fair visitors Make our utore your headquarter-. Plenty of park iug spine and lots of good water. Texus furniture Company, on Broad-wax- next to Hunt's Grocery. til It MARRIAGE LICENSES Counlf Cemiiior, fro. MARVIN T. WAKLICK t Coaatf C"Milar, Tr. Na, 9 B. N. WIltlLiR. IJalou R-lttun. For CrtMixixbiaer Pro. U C. DtNlfN' Na. 4i r af ! I III. f w f ratiiiil N'. 1 1 K. JuUN.sos Elbert W. RolTey and Miss Lvona Sumner, September 24; Otis Branch and M.ks Beattue Cobb, Stptembiir 2t; Jack Perry and Miss Pearl Cluv ton, SeptembtT lit; Iwnyiuotul 1). Mlit ltoii and Mins Eva Robiino.n, Scp-ign timber ID (. D Young of Jese Jewel, S.'lit. Ilighrlilllh Mini .Mi Seiit. H; Otis E Maude T II. lfi.li. ll.r. Cutter and Mo li:i" tl; I in. t y iVull.r soil L. Hi t Hill, . j I I'l. cultivation. He closttl hi- interest ing talk ssith the lematKs that if every farmer would farm a yea ju-t us if they oxie tetl the eur to be a dry one ho would n.ie a mure iiiiixeisal auccesn. Pay-on, alias While, in ule n xi ty iiHett'sting talk al ng ;i,e line of what ho would I ke to -,,y if he xxas (rally represent lug tin Santa I t . X liumlrt-r of our b. illiant ".eakera euch as Kos. Df Wii u,, Tom I Diiggan nnd Tom Hut. bins.. r, mnde J sinnted and interesting tei ' . s to bis 1 otfer of co-opc ration with I.i liliock. I All together this program was one I of the most interesting that the Ro- tary Club have enjoyed for aon.e j time. I The luncheon was M-red by the, I Baptist ladles nnd was equal to the protrtam. The following is a i,t .,f the visi tors: Gi:v McAfee, guest of W A. Myrick. Jr.; Mrs. C. A. Kun. guest of ILgh-Po. k. ts: A 11 P.is..n, guest of R. F. Raylcv.; L. C. Hli, guest of Chris Harwell; Fu-v Mor- guost of I.. C. Montgomery: Kn- He A W iUoi', and Mms Dl; DoutrU.. l. s Jewel m i en. Rush and Mo .pt. il; i;.iy S o(t, Sept. Ml.. 1 1. e voy V , r. lit. Hi y, Phillips ; Rev. Jak R E. Krtip.r; Louie Pound-., guests ,f I .1 J l. at i o lUt of .1 t.it .'i It. in. in I I ' ..lie I o.lll In i .; r" ' i o.ol ool 0 St. v, ns, S . D.-ni, Sl'llt'g. guests of Jed P. 1 NKll. bet I V, g I' -t of J I - .I. ; P. II IK id hi, goi .1 t olie, guest of ll. D l- Wis, jr o-st of Mnorc, Iruigl.is T. Mart ri : W. .f Big G G II. ill bin ..f S. E. bi ll disc; w ii l dr ki Am soon ok Y At. I it Muti. y V it it , ! if f y f ? ? f y y Y iY IV 'v i Y South Plains Fair Visitors Arc Cnrdiaiiy Invited to Inspect Our Fall and Winter Exhibit of Men's Wear We are glad everv visitor. to join in the hearty welcome to Make our store your headquarters. "KUPPENHEIMER" Good Clothes It tA A All 1 1 .-A 'is A: tv A It - (Irffylljti'l'l X . t x .a s s s, . ii1, V ' i aM ' . afvy Jx: ' 1: V V artt . T I I 'a il 1 II T ':- .1 A' urni-i mi Are the greatest values in many years. Prices are much lower, but quality has been maintained. EQYtiCY ByOS9 "Dependable Merchandise .Save Cut. Ban. I 5 aving ni.in pt. ii.iinn iif'i WE DELIVER Mallilt Wnl. otl f y y v y y f x Y X Y Y Y Y f Y Y ? f y y Y Y f y f y y Y y y f Y f Y Y y y x x x x X x x y .'i 1411 b i n no a w il ti ..ill .".'I ills- .1 n li i !. l . le . ll ..'. I, . I . h.i.ii.iy l' I I II Hi t I V a. 'l ... I I I. II t '( Ce.l.lU f. N... t J M i l l I o II ffclli. W.ik'. Na. li c t J mos, I i'i i '. (Ka lcl l M II ii .1 ii Ui t i.i .1 I ..t I 4 1 1 ' Ii .1 .. .1,. , ii . . Ul ' I 'I.I ..I ll, 1 1 1 "l.'l. I, ll, If '., ..... .... ! ..U I I. 'i. I ' .I .II I at -) Ml) villi! ill 4 ill.' ll . I'l -ill lit.. I'l' I it IL. O I I ti i 4 alii ri'l -I .it ...it .1 ii i I , ,i I. 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