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1 1 It; l.L'IJ!KX'K AVALANU III. FH1DAY. S IMt-MlU Jl 39, 1922.
RATES PER LINE OR FRACTION THEREOF 10c Avalanche Classified Ads GET QUICK RESULTS PHONE J 4 You can get quick tales or purchue by placing an ad in tMi department NO AD TAKEN FOR LESS THAN 30 CENTS FOR SALE FOR SALE OR TRADE For vacant lota near Grammar School, one first lit'n note, Box 151, City 5'J-4 FOR SALE 3S 4 a. res in Coch riin County, Ijibores ;i arid 8, Leag ue 147, Abstract lU'J, of Stonewall county ai'hool land for sale for $8.00 cash, ill. is $J.:!7 per m ro due to Stonewall County. Write owner, S. P. Morrow, 520 Carson Street, San Antonio, Texas. S7-tf FOR SALE-Peaches at u bushel and U, J. 1. vend. Phone 102 4 -F2, or nee J. C. Newton. 6H-tf FOR SALE Worth the price, 5 rooni modern house, west of Lub hoik Inn on lth Street; part terms. See J. M. Fleming, owner, at Nail Harder Shop. 5S-lf FOR SALE 700 head of sheep, worth the money. Sre Jim. W. Pepper, 7 mile northeast of Lub bock. 6-'P WANT TO SELL my home. Six rooms and hath. 4 block from Citizens Hank. VWi Avenue I. Di rect from own r. A. J. Hicks. OS tf FOR SALE 4 acre Mo, k on West Broadway; easy terms. W, I!. Thorp, owner. fil-Ut FOR SALE nii'tit harness McDonald. -Draft team Govern and n(rin. A. F. 51 -tf FOR SALE OR RENT Small place, Jose in. Inquire of Mrs. J. L. Chase, at Lubbock Variety Store. r.n-tf FOR SALE Good second-hand Ford truck. See J. M. Bradley. 57-tf WANTED WANTED Someone with bailer i to bale hay immediately. Dr. Coun cil, Lubbock. 57-tf. WANTED By October 1st, talk field or Sudan pasture, for 250 calvea. S,c Fred Snyder at Snyder & Mid dlcton office, Security Statu Hunk Building, fiii-tf WANTED -' iiit'ii to room and board, if interested rail phone No. f!7:l-M. f.l-t FOR RENT FOR RENT -(Mf u es R. H. Ilut.hinson. See Di 3S-tf GOOD OFFICE to rent, ov, Barrier Bros. Phone XI. ."7-tf ACCOUNTANT Will open and close, or keep small set of books; make statements at any time; will (rive private lessons in Boo'ikecpine;, Shorthand and Typewriting; rates reasonable. Write Wm. M. II. id nail, Route 3, Lubbock. til-Hp WE RENT S1IOTGCNS and have ammunition for sale. Moore Broth ers. CO-tf FOR RENT Furnished bedrooms with board. Two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. House No. lr. l.'.th Street. M. L Todd Sl-'2p FOR SALE SiS acres 3 miles of Meadow ami well improved. Will sell on easy terms. W. B. Thorp, owner, Lubbock, Texas. Gl-'Jt rntj o , I i- r I I. ...... ait. ith small building, on pood terms; Iso will sell my home. W. It. Thorp. 61--'t also FOR SALE BY OWNERS ONLY Our real estate in Lubbock, blo k 185, Avenue I, 2 houses, 4 lots, emi-business property, close in. Must sell quick and at sacrifice. Rental income $() per month. M. Fulton, Mrs. M. Fulton. tit)-!' FOR SALE Poultry farm, l. nitod mile and half of Lubbock; well equipped best thing in the Soiilh. For sale on t a-'y terms, or will take small residence in Lubbock as part payment. C. W. Alexander, at Texas Land Exchange. liii-tf 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. 59-4p FOR SALE Good rich soil, see J. B. Pryor or phone 372. 61-tf. FOR SALE OR TRADE- Chand ler ear in good condition, at a bar gain. Texas Land Exchange. I'.O-tf FOR heap. SALE Wicker baby Call at fire station. buggy fil-lp WANTED To buy your second hand furniture. Phone 215. M. L. V aldrop. Gu-tf WANTED -To sell wagon, hai-li'-ss umi two good horses on small monthly payments', or trade for resi dence lots in southwest or west pa.' of Lubbock. Inquire for Hals. 11, at Martin & Wnleott's store. 62-1 WANTED -To sell new grocery merchants Dayton fcalea, on kiii.i monthly payments. Inquire for Hal sell, at Martin & Woleott'a store. 02-1 IN THE MARKET for hogs all kinds and sizes. See Alex McDon ald. 02-1 WANT to move to Panhandle. Experienced in store and clerical work. Small salary. T. .1. Gee. Marks. Miss. Cl-2p. FOR RENT New 5-rootn house, all conveniences. Phone I'M, 02-1 FOR RENT-Furnished bedroom. Close in. Phone :;m. 02-lp FtR RENT Ni. cly furnish, d I., .1 1 . i in, or hghthoiisekeeping rot.ms. Call at 1211 10th Street. 62-lp FOR RENT- Furnished to. in. at K02 Avenue II 02-1 p FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms at 1802 Avenue G. oH tf FOR RENT Well furnished house. For further information aoc R E. Overstreet. 61-tf. FOR RENT Furnished house keeping rooms for man and wife. Phone 507. 02-1 p ROOM AND BOARD - Apply at 1615 0th Street. 57-tf AND ROOM conveniences, one soulbwe-t of the IIOO. BOARD Modern and a half blocks pitoir ie. Phone 02-1 p I'OR KENT Bedroom, modern conv. niei. -es Call 3J2-.M. 57-tf FOR RENT--To gentlemen, rooms . lose to Si hnol building in one block of b.midii ,' house. Phone 2'r.l. f0 tf MISCELLANEOUS Notice A thoroughbred Jeraej hull will maka tha season at Atkin'i Wagon Yard. Phona 269. 21-tf FOR LEASE To Jan. 1. 11123. with refusal of 12 months, garage with tump, lights, water and phone. Also Lunch Room, new fixtures, for lease. I. S. Cornwell, Star Gnrnge. SI. .ton. Texas. f.'.l-lp MR. 1 ARM Ell - We want to trad, a 5 i.:i.senger i, k Six for Sudan Krn-s seed. I.uhho. k Bub k Co. I'.i-if NOTICE Best Jersey ' -ill It. I.ubbo. k enmity at the M. !'.. .c ' 1 1 .ii and Mule Company' bum. 51-tf Let us clean jour rugs before you put up your stove for the winter. Moore Bros. 61-tf MRS. M. F. Hall will open a stock of Millinery at Idalou, Texas, Octo ber fust. 61-3p NOTICE - Plenty of ft. i.:g" room. A. F. McDonald B5-tf FOR TRADE-Fine opera house and two lots on main street In best town in Texas; in good condition. i it,- for further particulars. J. W. Stone. It.it 2 13, Wichita Falls, Texas. 01-2p. NOTICE Thoroughbred Jersey Bull will make the. season at m b.irn; call in any time and we will come and get your cow and bring her ba.k. Jno. W. Aucutt, Phona 215 and 502. 54-tf. WE WILL scw.ng. Pr, I.'.th sheet. Graves. DO plain and fancy is Ixas.ihablc. 70H Mesda me I'tley find 00-tf I AM HANDLING fresh fish and ox -'ers on s.oith side of square near K-.in Shoe Shop, beginning Satur day Je-s.. Lane. 0(i-2p TO TRADE For Plums land, M' I., nnan County fmm, well improved, . I' .r of incumberalii es For fur tl .r irfm mation, see or write Ear! M m .. SI.it hi. Texas. 60-2p WM L TRADE 5-pas.senger I.'odge in good condition for Ford Ronder or Sedan. Ad Clnik, phone or 7!'4 .1 0 . 2 w i: st. EVA MINE iiii'l ...!ish FLIES. sto' . Blotbets. put up Moore 00-tf LOST AND FOUND LOST--Bundle of family washing. Ret irn t Avalanche and receive a liberal reward 62-lp LOST- liit claim deed and $2. 'on ri-ite between Security State B.vk and courthouse Finder re turn t Aa!.in.he 62-lp MANY HERE TO ATTEND THE BIBLE DISTRICT CONFERENCE (Continued from first png) Conference He presented his pro positions to the people of this dis trict this morning, and then left for other I'oinLs. He was on the pro gram for the week here, but en ac count of this important work he could not be here to fill the dates ar announced in the printed pro grams distributed for the conference Session. a day during the conference made a few remarks, which satisfied those who heard him that in the sermons to follow there will be something great to be heard. There were a number of visiting ministers pres ent, and also some lay delegates. Most of the delegates and visitors however, arrived today, and are be ing entertained in the homes of the Methodist people of this city, as well a some of the families of other denominations. NINTH ANNUAL SOUTH PLAINS FAIR OPENED TODAY (Continued from first pace) SHERIFF'S SALE Dr. Dickinson delivered a very fine sermon at the First Methodist church, to a splendid congregation, Wednesday evening, after which Dr. Morrison, who is to preach twice DYE SKIRT, COAT' DRAPERIES WITH "DIAMOND DYES' t Each pin k.age of "Diamond Dyes" contains dire, ti.s so simple 'hat any wocria can dye or tint faded, rhnlib) sk.r's, dress,,, v.ut-, .oats, aweatcis, knurs, ham.'1 mis, .'rn- perie---, i very! 1. i to: like new. Buy "Diamond 1 ')' " -no i.'h.r Kind -then oei fe. t home 1 1 - i r i n is cuar nnteed, even if you have never dyed before. Tell yiir dii.i':". t whether the material you Wish t i dye is wool or sill., or whether i! is linen, cotton, or mixed foods. Diamond Dys never streak, spot, fade, or run. :J-2t-22 t POIITICAl ANNOUNCEMENT t THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Lubbock. Whereas, by virtue of an execu tion Order of Sale issued out of the District Court of Lubbock coun ty, Texas, on u judgment rendered in said Court on the 10th day of August, A. D. 1!22, in favor of the Panhandle Construction Company, nnd against The Continental Com mission Company, No. 152H on the docket of said court, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered, I did. on the 27th day of September, A. D. H22. at 11:00 o'clock a. m., levy upon the following described tracts and parcels of land situated in Lub bock County, Texas, nnd belonging to The Continental Commission Com i anv, to-wit : Lot No. l'.t, Bio. k No. 1 a! to. n of l.til.hock, I'otintv, Texas. di. 'the 7t:i day of N'o I) l'.'2, b.uiLT tlie fii-l said month, !.cti-cii !h. I 'l o". !o. k a. m. and 1 I terest in proper care of the livcstoik i about them. ' Newman Boles, son of a proniin lent Hereford bleeder, and also a, i member of the Animal Husbandry j class last year, is showing five Here-i I ford registered heifers that he fed, land fitted for thin occasion. His father is also showing some of his i Hereforils, which young Bo'es was instrumental in putting in such fmei shape. Many others also have ex- i hibits in this department. The livestock exhibits will '.lake ' anyone sit up and take notice. The I fine sheep and goats dissolve the theory that good ones cannot be raised- profitably here, and the young mules and horses mark this country t V V V V Y ? y y y y y y mens in those breed, The poultry exhibit hall is beyond , DM, -lig- Lubh-.ck I... ir .do. . p. 111. n sail! dav. at t he ( ..ni l ui ifoor nf . ui. bo. k ('. unity, Tex. a will offer for sal,. ;tt pu 1 .1 i. an t for cash, nil the right, title and teres! nt the said Coiilinenl.il ( niissmn Conipaoy in and property. Witness my hand, dav of September, A ('. A. sin Hir of 02-4 F I 1 1 , ,1 m- "arc excellent as the home of fine apeci- crit 1,'Kiii umi I. (. p. m. in rhiiri'i. of this department. i to be congratu lated on having created such a wide spread interest in tnia uepartmeni. i as practically all principal towns in West Texas are represented by citi zens who have made entries in this department. The rabbits are exceptionally fine, and we are glad to know that mieh interest has been shown in this de railment Mr .1 ni -.m if I'o-t Ciiv, .ml S A R.bMc. of I.Mn.ck are the evhi'-itors in tins ilepin t iiient, ." .! ile i .M mm h ured't for the s; lenll'l silo" illgs l o de. The lnduitrial Buildinf. Wiihal Lubbock has nuule mi im i.r. sMi.n on the minds of those who here for the fair that will make South Plains Fair Visitors I Arc Cordially Invited to Inspect Our Fall and winter Exhibit of Men s Wear We are glad to join in the hearty welcome to every visitor. Make our store your headquarters. "KUPPENHEIMER" Good Clothes S.llll this the ''7,h D. 1!22. HOI.COM B. Lubbock County, Texas. ANNOUNCEMENT For ReprMnttiv: R. A. BALDWIN. Slaton. For County Judf: P. F. BROWN, Lubbock ( Re-election Tor County Attorn': OWEN W. .McWHORTEfi For ClirU of Dittrict Court: I.OlTE V. MOORE For County (Irrk: HERBERT F. STL' BBS Far County Trra.urrri J. S. SLOVER. For Shuriff i II. L. (BUD) JOHNSTON. For Tai Colloetori 8AM 8PIKCS, Lubbock For Taa Aori R. C. BURNS (kr -election) f of Coaalf iprUta4ti E. H. HAYNKM, Ka-Uctloa aubbwk) f. Coaatf CraBiulMWi Pr. I MARVIN T. WARUCK. Caaaty Cmtmtumr, fra. Na, Si M N. WllttlLK. Idaloo, Ra-alavton. far CamiulMiw"" Pra. Na. 4 I, C. I'r.Nro.N Far Jal a' PratU.I Na. Ii t tu w i: joiis.son far CwH.lat U f.a. (n, N.. i 1 I Mill I i H II Far PaMia Waigk.,, fa. Na. i ( T J 4 ( a .oN. K.ba,l ( I l. . llcM I Mr. A I vis O. Thomas, of Fort Worth , musician, singer and com poser, will be here at the Baptist Church Sunday, and a program to be earned out under his directions is being made by L. M. Brooks, to he rendered Sunday night, in interest of a singing class V:-'. Thomas is well known through out Texas, having composm more gns el Honrs that are popular than any i tlu i man in the State, and to have the opportunity to heur hnu is indeed a treat. If you fa. I to attend this program you will miss something which could be of great value to you. Lubbock Baptist ( hurch. til-2. forgetting the citj's airt of the great fair almost impossible, as the vari ous businesses of the city have their booths so Hrtistically arrnged that they are indeed a credit to the city, and the various businesses are com peting for championship in this de- part me nt. The Industrial Hall under the di : recti, .ns of L. Earl Hunt, is a suc cess, with the automobile and truck ' depart ment. under the directions of (ieorge Benson making that part of tlie program exact in every detail. The machinery and implements departments, as well s the automo t f t ;y y y V r.1 i(;.IIH'i9 je&. r Mthm iV I k ',; 'rf , .r-v. ' x .'-42 HOWARD GRADUATES ELIGIBLE FOR ARMY Big Spring, Sept. 2ti.--IUrry Whfeldon ami E. D. Notestine are eligible for commissions in thr Uni ted Stales Army if they desire to accept them. Thry ivr included among the 3fi who graduated from A. and M. College in the ilasa of l'JJi and Live been designated honor giad untes, making them eligible for ap pointment as lieutenant In tha r,g ular army without examination HARUAIN IN MEADOW prop erly: 4 room house, porch, fiaina buildiiiir, east front, 4 lou fi0xl4'i, Well, windmill, tar lie.. bain, well loialad; pre fliiil'l, half issb and trim for l alnn. e .Mo no at let biles and trucks, are and gie good display I.. shown under I two large tents, which are spacious,' 4l City. Mo.. ' C. Davis, of Webl v as here last week in con terence with the management of the Provna ( :gar Company, wholes;ile distribu tors, having spent the entire week here, looking into the possibilities of the trade territory covered by the new I.ubbock firm. There are won derful nossihilities here for any business which is backed by wide A awake business men. and we are I J sure the success of the local husine'5 men depends entirely upon the work put back of the taski that arc be fore them. f V 2 A laxy no-account feeling with yawning and sleepiness in tha day liqia ia ia.ui.ed hy a torpiil liver anil liordereV bowels. llerbine ia splendid remedy fur auch ailmenta. It (leatisvl the ayatem and re.loraa vim ami activity. Pi h e BOc. Sold by City Drue Stora. .1 lari aaV7..Tk . Ju "X fill ilfi'l A K r UI ! f ' m a kMMdiM 'amy Wa rn www y y y y y y ? y y y y y X y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y x x X t IS CARS OF CALVFS SHIfPLD A T MIDLAND Midland, Sept. 2 - A cMl ileal D f In. .re llialt Usual llileiil In Hie, a Soiilbwieiit a t 1 1 s., in in a l w . I in Mn J 1 i I I ..f Ubnt H l- 'r tit I Ml I ii. b t "f il.nl il .i.l ii I II (. ..r jt af I la ! 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