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Tiir. iufwxk avai ANcnr. ti i sday, fxTrrm. u 17. 1022 HOUSEHOLD HELPS, KEC1PES OF INTEREST TO WOMEN Ofilrr Soup Hull one pint f llillk II 1 1 I set aside, lirmg the June of ny'i'i' to boil iirnl remove tin1 s um. let 25 oysters inimrr in this Juice, to whii h has been added a lump of bit lir, iint'l edges curl. Adil milk, nalt and pepper. -A ll one hard-boiled egg finely mini rd, and one cracker, crumbled. Serve hot. Barbecued Chicken Prepare t h 1 hirken in for bro I inir Sca-on with nlt and pepper to tnte and place in a dripping pan in a hot oven. Cook for about nn hour hasting m iMonally with h it tor and '!it, Win n done remove the (hnkens nnd make ft brown same in the pun. Scalloped Tomatoes In a buttered baking di-h pl;n c alf.ernnti- layers of tomatoes and bread crumbs, iti ntr about on' pint of each, seasoning rm h layi-r with sugar, Knit and pepper and hits of butter. If using fresh tomato- bake one hour. Broiled Effplant Cut eggplant in slice about one quarter inch irr thi. knes. Let stand, after being salted, for about one hour. Then haste with olive oil, prinkle with bread crumbs and place in broiler under moderately hot blaxe. Let broil until brown. Caaliflowrr Salad Boil one small cauliflower in salt ed water until quite tender. To keep it from falling apart it may be tied in a cloth. When done, pour juice over the head, and place on W. When ready for using separate Into mnl! pieces, place on le'tuce leaves and serve with Frem h dre--, ing. French Dresinf Place one toa-poon "f paprika and one tea-pre. n -nit in a howl, n-f ) a little cahid oil and bent well. When about five tablespoons of d have been gradually added, add four te-i-spoons of vinegar. bop by drop. Charlotte Rnit Soak tow tablespoons of yi 'at . ru in one fourth cup odd water; add one fourth cop boiling water, anl when dissolved, add one-half i up sugar. When cool, add one pint m' whipped cream, one teaspoon van illa, oni small bottle of cherries and one cup of nut meats. I ine a bo-el with lady f-nrer. a id pour in m r ture. When c .ngea'rd it is ready to erve. Nt Laf With Pimento Sauce 1 cop rooked rii e, cups soft, stale bread. 1 cup English walnut meats, I small onion, I tablc-pm r. butter or bncon fat. I 1-2 teaspoons salt, 1 teaspoon paprika, 1-4 tea spoon thyme or mixed seasorings, 2 rups milk, 2 cfgs. Mil nee, bread rr iml.s and nut meats toother, ' bop the onc-n ami eook in the butter rir ba on fat for five minutes; add to the rrnmh, rice and nuts .th the salt, paprika and thyme. Heat into a buttered bread nan i r buttered individual molds. Set pan r mollis in a pan of hot wa'i r and bake in a moder ite oven 40 minutes. When ready to serve loosen the mold around the e.lircs. invert on platter and remove from pan. fiar nifth with pardey ar.d pour around the mold the following sauce: Pimento Sauce: .1 tablespoon but ter, 3 tablespoons flour, 1-2 table spoon salt, l-H teaspoon pepper. 2 tablespoons i hopped parsley. J cup milk, 1-2 cup cream, 2 canned pi Btentos I red peppers!. Melt butter ami add flour, sat and pepper. When smooth a. Id milk and cook until thick. Add i ream and pimentos which have been rubbed through a strainer r finely t hot ped. Bring to a foil ing point, add chu p-d pa i-si y and serve. Household Hints Bunny Frnuni- "Bonnie Krm w ' ia the name g-iven the new rabbit fur which is so frequently combined with chiffon and silk in the new winter styles. Thia ia usually white, but is sometime dyed in delicate tones of pink, gray and blue. Caracul Suits Entire suits are being made of caracul with wide, circular skirts and short bo coats. Caracul sleeves are seen in some of the smart new black cloth coats. Ivory Comb Carvel ivory makes ne of the largest and loveliest high Spanish combs yet seen. It shows up to he-it advantage on jet black hair, pulled back tljfhtly from the face or meckiy parted in tfce middle and drawn plainly down over the ears. Kor Childic-n Very snappy rain coats are n the market for snui.l children. 1 hey are of transparent, rainproof material in bright colors or in the heavier weight croranet. The child's uinhn-U i now i omes in small copies of the most fashionable ones for grown-ups. Some have animals carved on the handles. Pearl and Jet Pearl and J-t are being combined thia season very suc ceaafutly. A very attractive neck lace is made of alternate heads of jet and pearl graduated in sixe. and reaching the waistline ;n length. India Prints India Prints are CARRINGTON Cuts Down Tire Bills Because many a mile can be guttcn out of tire when it ia re tieaJed or vulcanized light. Cauington know how and peo ple tire beginning l find thia true, Carrington Tire Shop Royalty Motor Coa UJJg. l ii ' l ir n- wail hii'Kit.g. ome of the bc-t have patterns vrv miliar to nn oriental rug and i-ive tto .-f fei t of n rug wlu n npplrt-d on tlu wall. Three P,i-ce fint itnie Till piece ro-tuoies of maileen nnd vel dyne have straight line fro ks with tops of brocaded crepe i" chine. They have round necklines and prac tically no trimming. Iriental Knibrmdery-- II. mi l and Chinese prints and embroideries an greatly in demand for smart mil- I ry. Very i lever cop es of old ile-.'ns are being turned out by American silk mills f 'ontrasting .Maier;a's - Coni'unti lion froi ks n-r the rio.le -his i-a -on, I X- opt in the very tailored frocks, the liodo e is usually if a d tfcient material from the -kot or the coat contrasts with the die. The contrast is more frequently of material than color. RALLS The Banner Friday. Sept. IA, the friends and relatives of W. S. Taylor's family were saddened by learning that in the early morning the death angel had entered the home and claimed as its own little Warren Wester, who had been in our midst only eleven months and twenty five day, but his loving disposition had won the deepest affection and friendship of hII who knew him. According to a report r- cio.t'y re ceived from l.iibhock, the Texas t tihties f'omnany are unloading lie nia't-rial who h is to be u-i-d in the i on -trucl ion of the h fh line f:-.-n thai place to R ills. , nro ;'--, In formed that the con'.rict has been let and that the i on-t : u- ' ion uoik will lie common ed ill a wry -h-n'l ' nie. and ere l-onf we will b-hold 'he fc"! mmer of real el.-cti ic iiglits. I" is not uolikelv that hv the t in--the Banner is rir-ulnted this Week that there w.ll have been more tnan .(.nun hales of i-ottoii inaiki-t.il m Kails If is now being eftimn'ed ' y con-ervative men that he yield w.ll i nine near rea' lung tf.lioO bale, i-i o'.r territory, and money lhiif nor farmers are ib-rivirg from the fleei v staple is putting a majority of them on easy street Kighl thousand hales how is tha' f.ir a droiithy year? The Review Mrs. CluTord Smith and !ill da iwhter returned to their home in Oklahoma Friday, after a pleasant visit here with relatives, jer par ents, Mr. and Mrs. K. W Suggs, went with thi-m as far as l.ubbock in their car. C K. Hunt, manager of the I.nli-b-M k Sanitarium, is looking after business matters in Crn.hyton. ib is a native of ("rimby county and has the distinction of being the first child horn at Kstacado, and the third one in the county. Attorneys Bean of l.ubbock, Ran dolph of I'lainvnw, and l.loyd A. Wicks of Halls, were in Croshyton Miking after legal matters recently for Percy B. Kails, who accompan ied them here. Otis Pili.ird of Lorenzo, has ac cepted a lucrative position with Swift Co., at I.nhoi k, and has mov ed ho familv there. Mr. Dillard made many friends over the county luring the campaign this year, who are pleased to hear he is lined up with so strong a firm, and nil join he Kevu-w hi extending eongratu hitions and best wishes for ton :nucl (rood luck. SEMINOLE The Sentinel Austin A Kstep this week sold 1 120 acres of land belonging to Otto Kngle, south of town, to W. H. Kirk of Jones County. They also Mild !4II acres belonging to J. S. Heans to B. F. Kenfro. This sec tion is east of town, and was form erly owned bv H. C. Carr. W. H. Mitchell sold :t2tl acrei. be longing to W. 0. (Jiblis, this in cluding all improvements, to T. H. Hahn, of Oklahoma. Mr. Uibbs will give possession aome twne be fore January first, as the pun haer will move here before thut time. L. A. Johnson, who has been in the garage business on the north side of the square for some time, this we-k sold his interests here to C. K. Rollins. Mr. Kollins was for number of year owner of the Seminole Garage, and has many friends and former customers who will be pleased to know ha has again entered the garage business at this place. j CROSBYTON j Al.TOf fN TRIP ft Httfiir sprNcm i.ANr I! II (.nen, .,f the C ,V II t l! ll . if drill, n' f -r the Spen lands in I uhho k couu'V. lilt hit week f'-r an ex'erobd t ' i over ft'i-t Texas, to wors oi the in ter -t of the f.rni. Mr (iron was well armed ;'h hot spot i n ulars nifht off the Avalinche press, and w are uie this trip Will be i tfe, tire in putfl'.g over some deals that will land a irood ninny farmers in I.ubb i. k county. The Spenier lands h.-ing put on the market is a gnat thing for l.uMioik and this -eition of the plums, in that the terms are "ueh as will encourage farmers to come here. They hemi; the greatest pr -duiers of wealth, their coming to l.i bho. k county is pood news io I.iihho. k men harts aid hankers Mr S'neiii er in plio it g thee hinds on -l.e marki-t is doing a (jre-it work in il veloinmr llo- plains, and we are u that the Ctreen A llo't agency wl1 male food with the opiiiriun:ty e veri them to help populate Liihonk county. There are 7,0'iD acres in the him k of land Spencer Brothers are pul ing on the market, which will nat urally mean a great deal more to I. ub hoi k when in cultivation than in pa-ttire lands, and the quicker this is accomplished the better for all concerned. Mr. (Jreen goes on this trip with the best wishes of all his friends in l.ubbock county for it being a sue ressful one. OBITUARY Mrs. Ann Moore, nee Wooten, was horn Aug. la. 17.1, died July .'!, I'.l'.'J She wa married to John B Moore February L'o, 1 !.!. Ten children were born to their home, eii'ht of whom -Till survivt . two of them h.'iv ng pre -ded their mother to the hett.-r land. She pro- I fe-s.., -a'.ing faith three years ago I i-ndi-r the ini-Htry of the writer at a meeting conducted at Carlisle, Teas, nnd a vein- r more bit' r j joieo.l M. K. t bur -h. South. I S' ter Moore wa- m-de-t and un ! v.iif and not veiy detnoitrn It ve, but pr.n-teal in all the walk' of life. She hud very prouonced I i onvn tjo-is on all v.tal questions and was unswerving in what he thought to be right. Her Cbri"' iati I expenen e w is clear and grew mote 1 serene and snt isfactoi v as the year-- pas-ed by Her fai'h was urif ulti-r-I ing, and he met dea'h w thout fear, land Went on home to be with loved opes gone lo'fore, and to join th bloodwashed throng above. Her many friends at Caei.le :md Lub bock, lament her gong to feel very keenly the !o of o nobb a woman as she was. We sympathise giently with uir dear Brother Moore, and his motherless ihildien and f it curfur: would coinniend their, to the crae of our Lord, Josh i Christ. I). C BOSS. A former pa-tor and friend. BURGESS WILL GATHER 17 BALES FROM 51 ACRES Hubert Buigess was 'n town Fri day from his farm five miles east of town, and report that the cotton crop on his farm is turning out much better than had been expec ted, as from fifty-one acres he is assured of (fathering seventeen bales. The stalks are small, and makes (fathering the fleecy staple very easy, and be has had the he in of a large force of men for seveial days taking advantage of the ideal weather for pii king. Seven bales have been guthered thus far, and though "ix of his men were compelled to be out of the field the last thre days of this week, the full force will be on hand Monday, and he is rushing the work in every manner poible. "The yield is mm h better than we expected, ami proves c oiiclu"lv.--ly what can be done here without ruin," he said, and when we made further iripnry as to how the cot ton bad been worked, we learned that he had cultivated the growing crop four times, and had gone over a part 'if it the fifth time. LOCAL BOY SCOUTS ARE WORKING FOR PROMOTIONS Friday night, four scouts of the second class troop, made the seven mile hike test, this being a part of the woi k necessary in gaining a place as first class scouts. Fourteen of the little hustlers are working for promotion from the ten derfoot class, from which place they will go to second c!a scouts. The Boy Scouts of Lubbock have had much encouragement from local business men, and the success they have enjoyed in the work may be attributed to the work some of tie business men, including Mr. O. F. Scnsahaugh, have done for them. SEVENTY-FIVE MILE COTTON ROW IN WEST TEX. Now comes Went Texas with its most recent claim to greatness a cotton row 75 miles in length. Five or six miles across the Wilbarger line into Foard county it can tie found or. the farm of John It. Hunt er, of Margaret. Few of Hunter's neighbors are aware of the wonder in their midst. Hunter for years has been a large wheat grower and is nt present a county commissioner. To A.ve time he planted hi cotton in rows, of whuh thciu are K on -in) aires. He nui.ly stalled at the outer edge of the field and drilled in huge cm le to the enter, bke the puttie plate on the case thut entitles you to a citiur f V'U wuik rd it out. It's the longot ruw on recoid in these parts, and West Texas Is willing to put it against the rest of (be ivmlh. 'Iheie are few hands of a ilipo,lioii to at tempt to lultisalw II' plant, "there is no pla e to top," la llu .r coin. plaint, "so a fellow tan go to d o m i."- Tuba Hi i. ild. Vis. M. C. lb n-.iii h iituiiicl 'III a lo noli m l l loll Mo t, 1,11,1 Wii'.i Slid VVcltUl f .1.1 WESTERN UNION OFFICIALS WERE HERE SUNDAY Mr. F. A. Mahr, general mr.ragit of the Western Union Tclegrnph Company, nnd J. F. Wilson, div.sion superintendent, ' spent Sunday in Lubbock looking over the books of the local itulion. and whue here took advantage of the opportunity to nee just as much of the territory c-wered by tie local office as pos sible, and w a e glad to know that they are highly pleased with condi tions here, 'hw Pavi-itf exori-m-d great surprts - at the developments made in and aro ind the hub city in building lirvs. It is gratify. ng to know that the I usiness mfi who tome to Lubbock i.re optinv.i a-i t' the future de velopments of mis section, ar.d join I with us in the opinion that the hub of the plains is destined to be the, m titer of development of the Soih Plains. ARTILLERYMEN WILL MEET ON THURSDAY EVENINGS Battery Captain, Ernest Conley, announced at the meeting of the men of Uattery C, 131st Field Ar tillery, Friday night at the Armory that the meeting night had been changed to Thursday, effective here after. The Avalanche was requested to announce this change, and we will appreciate this notice having the at tention of all the men. MISS HUFF HERE TO HELP THE RED CROSS COMMITTEE Miss Ruth Hertford Huff. Pivis ion Kepu sentali.e of the American Ked Cross, with headquarter in St. Louis, was here last week hcl ill' the io. it c ninnttee pel fist plans to furth i thu Koll Call here in November. Miss Hut is one of the m.ist able nr. ulio i of the Ibvisi.ui tune and hi r i ot to I.iibbotk aie lieailily .ipprev l.iU d ' her fl u ;. lit heui. Miss Nina Suucr, teacher in the and Sslni.Uy at the li. Iiu of In I Iannis, Mr and Mrs. A. J. I'olt.i, S Hllll of III I ... k. Mi. Moil. ,ii J Sm-th ittuiii.-dj s.i..i.;.y ti on a i.i mi i' i- i , t j I'.U. 1 WANTED A MAN! The Leader wants to get in touch with a man who wants to buy a suit of clothes that is perfect in tailoring and workmanship and made out of the highest grade of materials that can be found. Regardless of the brand of clothes he has bought hereto fore and the price he has paid he has never felt that he had secured the answer to his desires. We want to show this man Hirsch-Wickwire Clothes The Leader FARM and CITY LOANS T. B. DUGGAN. Vice-P res. TEMPLE TRUST COMPANY Conley Building SHERIFFS SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Lubbock. Whereas, by virtue of an execu tion Order of Sale issued oui, of the 19th District Court of McU-nnan County, Trxaa, on a judgment ren dered in said Court on the CsWi day of July, A. 0. m.'. in favor of the First tale Hank and Trust Com pany of Waco, a corporation, and ngi nisi C. II. pemer. No. -fit 77 en the docket of uid court, and to me as Sheriff, dueled and deliveied, I l.d, on the ll'h iluv of (K-toher. A. 1. at ID-no oVbi. k a. m., levy Upon the following des. i ilird tracis Mini parcels of land situated in I nli bin k CiMinly, Trim, and belonging to I . II. Spencer, to- it ; leli Nos. nine (ill. tell (10 1 eleven (111 and twelve Hi. of Mo. k No. ik'bly-thiee lli, of the Oxi iton a. 1.1, li. m to l.iiM'o, k, in I ul ho. k ('utility, Tr; on the Pth lay i . IV.,1,,1,.1, . I. I.'.', I lliu fil I Til. -.1,1) i i x.lld 111., I, til, I'd tt.ll t!,f bt.iila if 1-1 It'll I, il 4, III. hid I o . I.o k p. Ml III -.ul .lit, nl II. u ( o.l I VI d - I . f 1 1.1. 1 ... Lubbock, Texas County, Texas, in tlia town of Lub bock, I will offer for sale and sell at public auction, for cash, all the right, title and interest of the said. C. B. Sencer in and to Mid prop erty. Witness my hand, thia the 14th day cf October, A. l. 1SJ2. C. A. HOLC0MB, Sheriff of Lubbock County, Texas. tiMT ADDITIONAL HELP WILL BE Per IN LOCAL STATION Supei iiiteed.-iil J. F. Anioii, i f the Santa t'v, was here Saturday making eriant-meiiU to pU More n en in tin- service beia 'i rel ets in tu.'.i l i in ! oy ea t.ho hate be. II .ing fahi ..lv in lurrtr on llii ik of in ii--v.l butiiiest ni ir. The rai'i .l li iiociu .tu be t ikhe as a line no ,f,i m tl,'..c.h V l.i. It t i fe I the puUe i f the iii He staiioit unit, and fn i a .oisr f w I. a I . i i.il i.mij ll,, 1 1 i s I I the I nl. Po, k . , I i , lot i ,i is liiu. h HI tt,-Uioe. k,;i 1 .!,., J.l.