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   Lubbock Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - June 11, 1914, Lubbock, Texas                                 _hl rWik    -,^ ,« X i'’*“ —-...I- J ..¿. -*d&w 3#    ili , i*__jim u ‘-...11.    J.J;.^iMi.Tj.---1i.,—a,.J. , t*.. » ‘    „^, .„ .i^^aai^g.Mtoi,tiaJb.ai'.  Tex, r  Juae  ÌETY  Limit 12th.  $1.90  % Agt. p. & N. T. Ry.  gjg^gj  Society Items  BY MRS.D. ROBINSON  pl/i  Mr«. Power« Honored  Lindsey and Downing hostesses to the Agile Embrold-r'Club on Wednesday, May 27th, at ’borne of Mra. Lindsey, honoring 'L. L. Powers, ¿of Dodge City,  ^Vtll Take Care of Me.” Mrs. O, Tubbs Bang a , solo that was greatly appreciated. Mrs. Henry again favored us with some piano selections. Then came Lola Craig with a good instrumental solo.  No one had guessed how time had flown until they were reminded (by Mesdames Lindsey, Baker, Royalty and Downing, when they began serving refreshments of ice cre&m with sliced pineapple, angel food cake and fruit cake. The house was beauti-  who *«* fqpmerly * mem-    . . ...  '#»0 ¿lub%he£ It «*8  ln  itfc{ fully decorated. with cut ' rosés and ' wi«5a    for thè  (  ferns.  while a member'and unUl she  her.  le gtleets were met !by Mrs. Lind.-in her charmiugway made t^at their  welcome. Mrs. Walter Royalty pre-the punch boVrl embroide ;dr making tatting, ilou of at few, 'ifcrs. 'Jordan w£o„claimed she was a lady ar that it wolfed be pretty '«ffefd that couli i’t afford a fe dies who cotll« I’fr spare that 1W0t6r tfatotitf and let work a ■ Wibn the room i as filled with «strains oi mu lc, with Mrs. iry as donate >. Then Mes in, DowninJ, Koerptel ai gave a Jp&ntifu] qua  ThoJe present Were Mesdamfes, 'Posey, Haynes," Prank Bol'es, ii&mes T. O. Hehry, O. Tub&s, Kberpet, Royalty, Bums, Dow, Powers, Atkins, Bfegers, Parks, Jordan, • Vaughn, McDonald, -  ;  L. E. Baker, tlito. BaKer, Richie, Chase, C'ra'g, Ratliff, Overtoil, pawning, Lindsey; and Misses Mary Boerner of - Floy dad a, Mamie and •Katie Belle Crump, Lola Craig, Glea--1 na .Burns .and Madge- Baker.  The •club will meet with Mrs.  F. E. Craig, Friday, June 12th.  &wM jNotas  AU who fafiedto ktt«iid v our '“F^fth Sunday” services missed a real “feaat of reason and flow of soul." Hie rainy weather prevented a larger attendance, but those who Were brave and faithful enough to go were repaid for so doing.  Friday afternoon we had with us Mrs. B. T. Johnson, of Canyon City, who is District President of our W. M. TJ. She made a most instructive! and inspiring talk on Woman’s Work, j She is a strongly spiritual and consecrated Christian woman and her visit will be long remembered toy our society. After the services at the church, the ladies repaired to Mrs. Long's residence, where an informal reception was tendered Mrs. Johnson, that she might meet the Christian women of Luftfbock. Mrs. W. A. Warner, of Claude, Texas, who was visiting in Lubbock, in the interest of the Mothers’ Club of the county, was also a guest of honor. A large number from every church was present, and a pleasant hour was srpent in social * conversion. Excellent music was rendered during the evening and refreshments of ice cream and cake were Served. Beautiful flowers decorated both parlor and dining room, and each guest on leaving was presented with a Leautiful rosebud that beautifully typified the character of the Christian Women who were present.  REPORTER.  The Methodist Sunday schcol will hold Chijdren’s Day services at the Methodist church Sunday morning’ at 11:00 o'dlock. A good program  Tuesday morning ineikatlM^ to, relatives Ittta^ot the dAtii Ji a    mdk oc$umd-at  home t* m «Mfwy'wyT  at Ranger Lake New Mexico. TUki sad'news ti4a.not^at all unexpeofc* ?d, as his ndad^iii' and friends here were very afoprelieaslve of his condition since they learned that about two weeks ago he had suffered & Stroke of paralysis, which rendered him speechless and almost Helpless. Ai times during the two weeks intervening the first attack and death, tie appeared to rally, but the relief was only temporary, and death claimed ■him Tuesday morning.  His remains were brought here by automobile, and the funeral' services Were held at the residence of W. S. iNforton by Rev. W. M. Lane, pastor of the Mtethodist church, of which Mpr. Coleman was a member. Interment was had in the Lubbock Cemetery at 4:S0 this afternoon, by the side*, of .his deceased wife, who preced ed him several years ago.  HUÄPHfcHS CASE WITH JURY  fe. |^, The Busy Bee Emfbroidery Club e- met on Friday, May 22nd, with Mts.  O. Judge Ro'blnson, and Miss Elba Moore, i -will ¡be rendered, by the children and j mes  i  at the Home -of Mies Moore;    their parents are requested to attend  -Delicious Tefreshments of orange,  ant j t, r j n g their friends. Everybody whip - - and angel cake werfe served to little Mildred Prang sang, !  Mesdames, Riley, Richie C. Hunt.Bi*y-«flftislea Won’t T6il,” in her charm- an,A.<J v .Hunt. S. Ch*se,    Mil  way. Next wak a reading fey ler, Robinson, Brown, Russell, Twitty,  Olenna Burns Oitle Elisabeth :  and Simmons: guests, Mrs. Graden, g sang very eweetly, .“God, [ Simmons. Guests: Mrs. Graselen,  is most cordially invited.  Superintendent.  E  Wilkerson, Faulk, Word, Moore.  The dub wltl meet on June 5th with Mrs. Clifford Hunt.—Reporter.  T  E  A  Golden Gate and and San's Seal Brand nice teas for  Chase  The Merry Bidders were delightfully entertained by Mrs. Roscoe Wilson and Mrs. W, R. Spencer, at the beautiful home of Mrs. Spencer, on West Broadway, last Friday afternoon. Lovely roses in vases, from Mrs. Spencer’s garden,- added greatly to the occasion. Mrs. Gridin won seven out of the first eight games, ice cream and cake were served to Mesdames Migginlbotham, Chase, Atkins, Sowder, Baugh, Robbins. Benson GrifBn, Cosby, Carter, Kimbro, Fain, McGee, Priest, Farrar, Rush, Cochran, Slaton, Henry, Ed Robinson, Smith, Boerner, Posey, White, Frank, Vaughn.  COMMERCU  ;LAS9  Miss Mary B^vestpn is cliss in Shondmnd, Tj^ew^ Bookkeepinjyrto begin Jun4  continue er infori Miss in co: stana La.,  Comm bam a tevallo, She wiU of Sept» to form a  orming a tìng and 8, and for furth-408. [ nstructor  Il SeptenUber 1.  Ion, telephone Ni Ferton has beén Orciai subjects ln Ahe l^oui-lustriaJ Institute, àt iRiipton, has been direaorj off the lai Department ./f Ahe,  Is’ Technical Untiuite,| Mon-|a., for the mt9t fix rears, torn to Aanbama thè first >er, bu^has been asked  The case of the State vs. Humphries has occupied about three days of this week, beginning Tuesday, and the jury notf has It if or consideration. Taking of evidence - required all of Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday, and the argument of council was heard this morning.  The defendant was represented by Attorney KMpatrick, ° f  Alpine, Texas; and District Attorney Iiockhart represented the State. The case was given to the jury about 11:00 o'clock ¡today, and up to 3:(W> o’clock p. m. i had not rei orted. The jury in the cage is composed of the following: J. \V. Anderson, ,Tno. M. Hettler, Ol-lie Wiikison, W. B. Downing, W. F. Essex. Thos. Cox, A. M. Bivens, E. L. l^w. R. E, Hoops, S. W. Page, W. B. Atkins and A. C. Benton.  Later—Before going to press the jury asked to be discharged on the grounds of being unable to agree, standing six to six. The judge dismissed them after fully convincing i himself that an agreement could not be reached.  .lames Dow,* of Seminole, spent] from Thursday night until Monday noon here, the guest of his son, .las.;  L. Dow, and family. He left at thatj time for Post City; where he will attend the District Conference of the!    RENT—Wi  Big SpriagB District, M. E. church,; 8tora  Mr*. J. South, which convened there Tues-| day.  and grain  synolài,  (4T*tf)  —i.  AUTO SALES REPORTED  5r the summer (4S?  Miss Bernice Wtolffarth charmingly entertained a number of her young friends at her handsome home on Broadway, Friday evening. Those present were Misses Fannie <B. Carter, Bernice Kimbro, Yancy Lee, Alice Bledsoe, Olive Tubbs, Cary Abney, Lola Craig, Gell Richards, Oo-rne Witt, Vero Wheelock; Messrs. Howard, Wheelock, Bari Hunt, Way-land Sanders, Jink Dickinson, Roy Graves, Luther Witt, Alvin Wheelock, Graves, Luther Witt, Alvin Wheelock.  At the eta» of the games, ice cream and cake were served.  Aubrey Cline, nephew of A. Hicks, left last Saturday afternoon for El Paso, where he will make hla home with his parents. He has been living with Mr. and Mrs. Hicks almost continuously for the past two years  The Bradley Auto Sales Company report the following sales: W. G. Russell, Lubbock, Ford tonrtng car; J. H. Robinson, Bstacado, Ford tour-1 ing 'car; H. H. Timmons. Meadow, i Ford touring car; D. A. Dodson, Lubbock, Ford touring car; J. J. Cleveland, Crosby ton, Ford touring car. Royalty & Wilson report the sale a Hupmobile to Lynn Adams, of rem co^ ^  x xx   JUOOE^J FAuUt COMINO '  C. E. Rollins, sheriff of Galne? count.v, accompanied by hi* daughter, j Miss Way, came up from Seminole’ last Sanday. Mr. Ro’lins brought a] number of Seminole people up to attend |he trial of the alleged bank robber, Humphries.  FOR SA] ner duck  Mr|. Hunter, sister of K. and Geo. Carter, and Mrs. Fred Spikes left Tue^Day for her home In Willard. New; Mexico, after a visit of several  Judge J. J. Faulk, of Athens. Tex as, candidate for Judge of the Conrt He is eight years of age, twtjof Criminal Appeals, will be in Lofo  county votes on the question option June 6th. There is little doubt titat the pro« will win, and that by a large majority.  tir. and Mrs. Jim Williams, of inde, «re in the eity this week, vi»-ftiag friends. Mr. Williams is attend inf court.  —ötotk-on Hen  FOR RE NT h**ad of catti per month.—A.  e-Bred Indian Run-cents per dosen.  s and water for 50 cents per bend  i-wtt arar  WANTBi our long leaf W. c. Bowman  WANT «agon o^y on samé Wm, Gttthrte.  toomea tom with w pine lumber.—* ber co. (it-tf)  horses  *i*e mortgage L—Phone 394, (O-ltp)  FOR BA  heti«r yearll yearling«; i  D. C5ra  high-grade registered beifer bull yearling. MIL («41)  made the trip safely, though wash outs on the railroads between here and El Paso caused considerable* inconvenience and de’ay.  IL D. Yo^cum, of St. Louis, is In the city this week. Mr. Yoakum Is looking over thlsi-section of the country with the view to buying same of our fine land and is very highly pleased with the country, and be &•* Ueves it has a great future. »  *r.s  pnee.  - m *  300-310  MOLLIC IS COMmG  Chaa. Dryden was in Lubbock on Thursday and spread the glad tidings that the «neat MoVte Bailey «hows wiU be bare nett Wednesday, Jaqp  10th.  Many .new featurea have been add* ed %> t^ls ano» and It will be a am*«» m émm to botk old « Of come, the old folk* i^ÉÌU Imi«» to be on band to took ifr ter the Uttto fctts twt ttitb all  J. D. Settle left Wednesday for Amarillo and otber points in the Fu-bandle section of the state, he will esll on the business men with his line of hats and gloves, seating his wholesale Arm, whose headquarters are la Dallas.  bock on Tuesday next, June 0th, Mid will spevk at the court house, beginning at 8:00 o’clock ¿harp.  I^et everybody turn out and hear this able jurist. Tuesday, June 9.  Cai Daughmy left June 1st for Ojjnyon, take charge of the track« lafing crew who are laying heavy sCN from Amarillo to Lwhbock.  8. C. Wilson returned last Bnnfloy tram Dallas, and is Mila to look after butlasas mattava about the «tore aa «anal. He la faat recovering finga», the raeaat opomtlon.  J«ae loth.  Hin Mae Miapiie rstnraed ftp 'AMtooe SwBday. '^ipiga Mae haa hooa  tèa    ¿ém haa *   > 'fÜ)i    ^a0kMÀ0l fot* 1,  tit#  wIMoh la^oatf mw» to of the tooys and glifi» of UbMk, as* •eotally .tkooo whom ahe will lav* «ha««« «I in the atihooi.  lira. D. W. Kìsqwuumi [left Wednesday aftemooo tor I who«» they  ; wlU «al* their Mfefhwa for Mr. Kincaonon Is u praaaat amglor ed In a bailor ahe» in Waoo.  Mrs. Dora Cavpantor left TmoNs? for her hcpo in 8»yder «Har M fur week*’ in Lohhoek.  ITV^Kershner, eon of Mr. and MrsT O. G. Kershtter, of this city, arrived ln Lubbock Thursday morning on the northbound Santa tf’e passenger train. He la from Couth America, where he haa been making hie hone the paat six years. And with Hie exception of a visit to his parents here last Christines, has realded In that country continually during the atx years. He has disposed of his property in that pan of the uattiiraa and will make his homo la of the country. It tggk him tl to make the trip, ftnllng In Orleans aavoral day» age.  R. M. Clayton, flr«; afternoon for Unaaii ftnm that point to lhai In Borden conatjr. Xa paaied by Mrs. *.  '•Mid little fflHi  Lomond «ad wife were hero from the 8 ranch and ware Of Mr. aad Mra. Cl. O. Me* whlH la oar city.  Win Arnett aad family, of Oalaea y, are vfsitlag at the Iknbo of M. Arnett this week.  Mra Monte  FOl’.VD—B two dreaaes may reeover property and  WANTBD-Ti » lo 1M mia^alf not b« over 1« Uibbock and lowest _  B**  bundle coakdalMfl e apftm.  g. (MMl ItoMirf  Wf ' nHMI w «KIMPw'VMìvI '  Taa^m.    (4  Miaaes inUn.    OUfllaiki  gnd^Qmwa, IjMnd.tnpa^ -pìMMMMNit’ mUagi ait onr o«ce th« latter part of inai woalr; it* the llnotjrpo In opffgt^fi, and aoaOered sunehine as they ur«#» We wüctupe the toMm te our o««e and it ls a pleaaure to have Umm  ' y . •  Waster and wife loft •• .whora l»a /Ilia ■ annunor tinniiirt  -Éfc—ii* Aa*««  wwmé**  aMm. Galvin Merty is IMoaNlo In flUatan thla week.   

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