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The LUBBOCK DRUG Welcome to the Lubbock Drug COMPANY Three Steps Above the Earth. M-lte thin .tore your headn.tarter. while in our city. You will find o,.r rlrrks courteous nH ever anio, to give you the bet service pr,ible. If you need anything from our More we will he gUrl to show you what we have O. CHAN VII I E JOHNSON. Pra Tha Nyal Star" eh... n. r tl i ho"!' delay in tin loat yoiir ter. Ii.it let the Adjutant Iimvi Amethcan Legion mm!'' at once so that it may bo -cut in. i.ihcr .'. i-e it may be a hard ni.i't.c to I'd it' o'nmoilalioiis wh'le ! here. Here is a Bank That Understands the Farmers Understands their ambition and obstacles that often prevent tHe realisation of them. A bank thai help tka farmart in every conservative manner. A bank that makes tka farmer feel "at kema. A bank ikat believes in diver aified farming. Member Slala Guaranty Fuad aanwi C M t '""Sl C0COl Pf vt M THE SECURITY STATE BANK & TRUST CO. 'Wanla ta H.lp Tho.e Why Try" AN INTFRFSTINC ACCOUNT OF CLUB WORK IN ENGLAND A the result of a trip to the R.iy h! f 4-trx-k Show in I'.cJl made by the Texa Team which won the free trip at the South Eastern Fair at Atlanta. ;., Mr H. II Williamson. .Stale Agent of the Extension Service. A. and M. College nf Texa. ha receiv d recognition hy the Daily Mad in Iondon, England, which ha taken an ative part in this work. Aa a result of these international trip the Associated Newspaper, limited, consisted of the Daily Mail. Evening New. Weekly Dispatch, and Oversea Mail organized an In ternational Federation of Voting Farmer Club. I'atrnn being the Vis count of Northeliffe and the head quartrrs at the Carmelite Home, Undon. E C I. Mr. If. II Williamson recently re ceived a communication from Mr. F. k Busse, Director of the Associated Newspapers, Limited, in London, slating that he had been numt'd an a member f the Provisional Advis ory Council. This Council is com posed nf such prominent men the Right Honorable The Earl of Athlon-. C M (i.. (' C H , D. S. ().. i. '. V. O , Col. The Hon. Sir .lames Vlb-n. K. C B.. I.t.-Cen. Sir Robert C.a.i.-n 1'owfll, Bart , The Right Hon xir Arthur S. T. linf fith-Boscawon, P. ('.. .M. I'., arid a Ion list of other .comment men of England. Sec o W. Jolly fr the best grade i!n Tops 57-tf 40 H Initiation Postponed On a. eonnt of propiirnt in f"r the Southplain Fair and the boost er trips ponored by the Jjnior Chamber of Commerce la-t wc"k, the ptihlir initintion whii'h wan to be 1 put on by La Soriete Ih-s 40 Hom me Ft H Chevaux, ha been pnt ! poned until Hfter the fair. The ini tiation wa to have been xtaifed on ; Thiiriday lnt, but the trade trip wii i l onrndered of prim" importam e, and ! a mot of the I'ifion men are nym i her of the Junior Chamber of Com ! merce, it wa nereary to rail off : the ceremony. It i hoped now that by the sixth of October thintr will aeain be in ; motion for the celebration, and by j that time the Society will be in bet ; ter shape to put over the initiation, 1 for thi i the f h-t ceremony of the ! kind to have been attempted public ! Jy. Through upecial effort of thi so I ciety in connection w'ith the local I American leion, a French locomo ! tive and box car ha been secured 1 for the parade opening the South j plain Fair. Thi part of the parade ha been many month in assembly, I and only through special effort. put forth by these boys has such a nov city been secured. (If course there , are certain minor parts that the or- l':! nriii urn has not yet been able to : ifet h.'lil of, but the-e par! bavt I i een suli- itu'eii tnrouirn '.ne -m;i und inu'i'iiuity of ..oini' "f the e'l-. ytneers of thi I'C al 'imm b. If you are not yet m the otM. .j- i i. o! .if I. II Societe res 10 Hom'C- I ( )' . Kt S ( lie'-HUX. and It'e eilu'lMe to ' meiii!wr-h't, yeir apoli ;ton I , taken by any of the present tnern- bers of the ortfiinir.aMon. i vul cm !e.i' e ttie Mtiolication 'vith Col. M"1-!i.-hii. R.ilnh Heilf u.l. Bei nett Sialic or any of the other fif'een member whom you know to be in the oi;mi ration However, there are ,e!.ii'i reiiiiremcnts that will be made "f y hi liefnie y et c.m be nccepted for iliembei -hip It is necessary tba' you be an ex-servb e man, and n member of the American Leif.on, and must have been a consistent member of this organix.it ion f ir at least three months. The Society is composed -olely of Amen, an LeL-oei men, and is an orcnnirntion 'vihin the Li-irton. If you are not yi hi sa d society it is to be consult" l a privilege and is eer'ainly r'h the money." Buddy, i he Lcjrion i.s (famii'ir. force ry day, and you need a hand in this A few years from now it will he considered a privilege to be a I.eirion man. Now is the time to start. We need you. FARM LABOR UNION MEETING TO BE HELD IN ABERNATHY President W. W. Fritzwater, of the Farm Labor Union of America, and other speaker of importance will be in Abernathy, Texa. on Sep tember HO, li'22, and will addre the farmers" at 2:30 p. m., on the inmoi tamp of be in if ortfantred. He will irive you the reason that your condition i so bad, and will also tell the farmer how they might better their condition. He is fully able to handle this question from any anirle, und will also answer any question that mipht he asked of him. The Farm Labor Union of Texa is now over 200,000 stronir ntul trettinif new members every day. Come out and hear this (Treat Labor leader - it is to your ititerert to do so. If you think you are not fret titiif th rijrht treatment and (pie there will be no arfrument on that question. We want every farmer, his wife, sons and daughter to come out and h'-iir this able speaker. t.'.-Jt Committee. MASONIC MFFTINC.S BE HELD TO IN TEXAS The Foes that Attack the Summer Milk Flow Between flies and drying pasture it is no wonder the milk falls off. Every day the cow robs her own body tissues more and more for enough protein and minerals to make milk. She can't keep this up long. She needs a balanced concentrate. FEED COW CHOW NOW 11 from the Checktrboo'J Bag tniinilla Real the CLASSIFIED ADS Don't Delay make sure now GET AaCOLA with a radiator in each room while we have Arcolas on hand an J more time to install them. Last Fall thousands of people who wanted this wonderful new hot water heater were disappointed there was uth an Arcola shortage. 'I"ht Falj there'll be another last minute rush. The wise thing to do is to Install ARCOLA now at lowest prices These approximate figures give you an idea of how economically Arcola can be completely installed to heat: 3- Rooms Arcola with 2 radiators $ 575.00 4- Room Arcola with 3 radiator S 478.00 5- Rooms Arcola with 4 radiators $ 410.00 6- Rooms Arcola with 5 radiators I 350.00 Call or phone today for an exact estimate for the complete cost of placing Axcola in your liome. Roche Newton & Co. Phone 28 Lubboc k, Texas' !d ,t New 'l III I I , v A . I S c! V 'if lliif i '.tl- Natinnal Lefon Convention To Held in New Orleam, Oct. 11th to 13th The meri'im Leiflon wiU V next Niilion.tl Ciiveu'ioii nt ( ii li ims f rorn ti- 1 I'h to I :: cbiHi'-e, of October. New Orlv known a the I'mi.. of the I' and a krreat tune is assured Legionnaire. Preparations are made fur the irreaiest and ! vent ion yet held, and everv Lvi;ion member who can po.ibly be in ,it tetidance is urged to atteiiil Pleas, ure, as well ns business w II 1 ,-x-I'trienied. If you have never at tended one of these conventions, you r" quite the loxT. Speciul rate" have bei u p it in for. e by ail the railroailr lei.dii.r in to the ' metropolis. One rtay fare ba been secured for the round trip, and indetitifii ation slip can be sr" t -ten from local Adjutant A. B. Slav ic, for presentation to local tickot atrent. Jet in touch with Slatie at once, so we muy know how many ace T" I ii if. The reception committee at New Orltans are very urgent in their requests that every man who will be in attendance al the con vention have their names sent in, in order that preparations may be made for their accommodation while th. c.ll.is oil Ci. mil ng to a s(. ie bullet ills Sept. The Masni.- ; and Service Committor of i l.odifo of Texas is pre- : Ibe various lodge of the of prugrams l.ased on is-ued by the Masonic Service A-sociation of the United State Approximately one lu.liilred f these profrram have been pre sented in Texas since March. The committee has announced the lowing d'stri. t meeting lose of completing the illation at which all for the stu'e or-Masons .ii mi' wel .-ome .in I uiviteq to attend: Matonir Serviia Mrtinf Datv By order of the (irnnd Master, Hin' her I). Frank Johnson of Brown wood, the following Masonic Service and Education meeting have been willed for the purpose of completing lustra t organisations: Wichita Falls, District No. 2, on Tuesday, O tuber H. Amai illo Dim rid No. .1, Thursday, October 5. Plainview. Friday. October fi. I.ubbo' k Distri. t No. 4, Saturday, October 7. Midland Dis'ri t No. ')ctoher !. K! Paso D-strict No. .lav, October 11. Brown wood Distri, t ober 14. San Antonio District tob. r 'J7. !loiiton District No. O' t.dier '-'t. (ialvesfon District No. day, October -'4. I Austin Distrnt No. 11, October; JK. : A representative of the commit- I tee will be present to explain the j plan of organization. I The committee is composed of An-1 drew L. Knndell, chairman; Judge j James V. McClendon, Austin, vice j chairman; John T. Howerth, Dal- j las, secretary-treasurer; Walter T.I Smith, (Julveston and William W. j Evens, El Paso. i Get 3 pounds more milk per day for every pound of Purina Cow Chow needed to balance grass. It will put your cows in good shape for fall and winter production. Try Cow Chow now and let your cows show you. Order Today STAR MERCANTILE COMPANY W. S. HODGES, Prop. .., Monday. (5, Wednej No. 7, Oc No. S. Oc- Mondav, 10, Tues- .- n a iiitui... .rrtl HEADACHE? BACKACHE? A Beautiful Woman is Alwsts Hell Wunian Bird Song. rk. "For twaily two yer ) supend ae (ully wild teiuirune trouble, wiui li ,u caastsl lv I ftm bravv limits, and wcuiint'y I Iih I hvn or kjx oIIh r coiiipl.tinta ncl.l"! to it. 1 uffereU aith tor lower part ol ri. v hack and liati Im-.I be nearly all tin- time. 1 httaii to llniik tlwre waa lu.ihun that Would do die any good withoi.i .n uprr a lion, but I tboiitiht 1 w.HiM x.y lr. IVree'a renuxlii hrU I tisik .in !silti of lH. IVrca'a raviarite l'n- npuoa ami one ol '(ji.l.l. o Melicl I iw nvery', aiao Uneil a lsj of lr. I'leree Punlvuig Luttou Tableta aiul oua of the lb im hiijirsmitorH-a' and tuuk the In lie I'lnaa atit PrllrU' to rvgulato ruy Is so Is aiul I fell bka a new wuuiaa." Mra. S'.nifc I) hite, lU.s 7. lr. Pu n-e's faimiiM ranxslie ca ba nnwuraU from your drugil, tl.!n or liquid. W nia lr IVrce, fiJLl lavaiiUa' Hotel lu UuJSalu, N. , f Uxm iuasUol aUiruia. THE IDEAL PURGATIVE ! As a purgative. Chamberlain's; Tablets are the exact things re quired. Strong enough for the most! robust, mild enough for children. I They cause an agreeable movement of the bowels without any of that ; terrible griping. They are easy and j pleasant to take and agreeable in effect. 54-4F Mr. and Mr. B. C Rix left Thursday for two weeks" Msit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kit at Lubbock. They will attend the South Plains Fair to be held at Lubbock Septcm ber 2S-2y-3U. Big Spring Herald. To Stop a Cough Oulck iak HAYES' HF-ALINti IIO.NtY. 3MiKh medicine winch s(u the coutib by healing" tut) inflamed and irritated tuaues. A Nix of OKuVfS O-PEiN-TRATt SALVE f Chest Colda, Head CoMs aud Orcup is eucloaeJ wuh every boltlo ol IIAF-V HtAUNO HONEY. The aalvs Uould tie rub'ifU on tha chest and throat of children ullerunl from Cold or Croup. Ttw kralias rffr-t ol Hv' tleatlns llunr In klr Ih llifMt ounlwirsl ilh lh lit.iua Am l.iuv. O IVt-1rl Sslv Ihluuaa 111 pma o lUa ftloa aisia Kut a ciMb. hiMh Mnmlin arc s -d In mm rartua aa4 Itw sim ul ibm ix n.LunJ liraiuirui U u. Just ask your drugiM f HAYE51 MKAUNli IIiiNt Y. FAIR VISITORS! VISIT "The CI a ieao otore When you are in Lubbock to buy gro ceries, The Hunt Grocery Company believes you will be pleased if you trade here. We carry the best line of general groceries, fresh fruits and vegetables and best country produce. Phone us your orders! Hunt Grocery Company The Clean Store Phones 24 and 75 West Broadway Don't fail to rwasl tha Avalanche For skin eruption, rash, chaf - 1 1 skin, ricklv heat, ihigger bites and ' sling of poisonous insect. Bal lard s Snow Liniment is an effective application. It heals quickly. Three sixes 30c", fiOe, and ll.l'O per bottle. Sold by City Drug Store. "THE TEXAS PIONEERS" The pleasure, hardships and haz ardous life of Texas Pioneers is told by Hon. A. J. Rose, himself Texas pioneer, in the October tUh issue of the Avalanche. Mr. Rose relate, among other stone, the fight be tween a band of Ind.ans and two pioneer by the name of Will A. Miller and A. V. Morrow, nar the San Saba River, in San Saba coun ty. Miller received and Morrow L'O arrow wounds. Both men m tved the battle. Subscribe now for the Ava'.an. he rCHILDRENn require vitamine-bearing1 food is abundance Is keep tbesa (Tewing snj in strength. Scott's Emulsion bniUs op the body and .L-- I l . l iircagiarne lav veava It contains elements that art riia in kealth-boild- ing vitamins. hmll HumM aieemft!,! I 3i We are publishing; paper that dcMivra and your patronage. real liv ntv your boo.iinf We Join in Welcoming You to Lubbocli -T" !h Uundrcd.-i of our customers, no doubt, who reside out of our city, will bo hero during the w LIU LIvTO j l-'air. We will gladly .show you through our modem plant, which though uncompleted, lOsTtTrllliM tlW will give you an idea of our effort to givo the In t mtvuv at all time:. UilfiljJclIl'