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Lubbock Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - June 18, 1914, Lubbock, Texas ’ 1 •4?^' < '- * -> f * 5 ií v o v ^ ^ i, . . , ,. *',«?» tiàér.J li W' *£•' m \ f i ?£,\ ßiSi Pf: •AT- i Lyric Theatre ïbJ URDAY NIGHT OF THIS'W RUSSELL and YES FRIDAY, SATURDAY MATINE! SAT- “AMERICA’S GREATEST BANJO ARTISTS” In their ownfjurijcimrf^ct of Music and Mirth. Banjo Spankers... Will be imore Than equal to the occasion. Their versatilelability and untiring energy places them in a class Juch as few artists ever acquire. Their motto ia to please, even where others fail, that’s why they always succeed. To see them is to see a novelty in the rausicial line, and «ottietbing that you have never before had the opportunity of seeing. ADMISSION: 10-200. "THE PHOTO PLAY HOUSE OF QUALITY.” W. H. M. M. 8.—PROGRAM Following Is the program of the W. H. M. S. for June 15: Subject: “Conquest of the Cross over Self-Indulgence.” Leader: Mis^ Mae Murfee. j Song. j Bible Study: “Christ's Vision of i the Future.” j “The Saloon a Breeding Place of | Crime”—Mrs. R. I. Tubbs. Song. "A Convivial Sabbath”—Mrs. W. E. Robinson. “Mission of the Bible Woman” Mrs. 1 F. E. Craig. CONGRESSMAN SMITH HERB Hon. W. R. Smith, Congressman of the 16th Congressional District of Texas, was in Liibtock yesterday and addressed a good audience of Lubbock county voters at 5:30 in the court house in behalf Of his can<Hda-cy for re-election to the Office he Is now holding. Mr. Smith devoted the greater part of his time to giving an account of his work in congress dur-his tenure of office, and those who heard him were well pleased with the account he gavo. He also denied in emphatic terms many statements that his opponent lias been making relative to his acts in congress, and de-j mands that they be proven or with-l drawn. i Austin, Tex., jun^^-12-13fc Wichita Falls, Tex., June 15-16-17. £ffn!t June: d. $13.15. 60NVENTI8JI OF UNOERlAKEflS - Dallas, Tex., June 15-16. Limit Jane 22nd. $14Ls|p. R. ALSOBROOK, Agt. p. & n?t. Ry. The Shalowater Embroidery Club met at the home of Mrs. Will Wright Mr. Smith has rnanv friend« In Lub-jon June Uh, and while embroidering! bock county who will lend their vote»! the delegates and the few who were-in his support, tor re-elect it n to this fortunate enough to get to atferui Mrs. \\. il. Hilliard, of Seymour. ^ j,jgi, believing that he is au | the meeting of the County Federation j Texas,, is this week visiting at thn j honest, 11-pright gentleman, qualified j of Clubs, which met at Lubbock on j home of Rev. and Mrs. M. Lane.: ¡ n eV ery way to fill the office, and'the previous Saturday, told the other Brother Lane was pastor of the Sey- that he is doing much for the “Jumbo; members of the good things they had Hiour Methodist church before he; District” which he has represented j heard. .Judge Haynes' .paper m “The FOR REN store.—See Mr; j^raand graia ■Reynolds. 7 (47 tf) ; came to Lubbock, and Mrs. Hilliard ]n congreas fo j. th e past 12 years, was one of his highly appreciated jj e ¡ g g re atly encouraged by the many words of commendation that he heard while In Lubbock and feels confident of re-election. members. FARI We build the be used the put discs on y (49-11) LUB low made: can ’ear. We also Mrs. J. E. Murfee and daughter, Miss Mae, left this afternoon for Franklin, •style “go-devil. , Robertson county, Texas, where they CK IRON WORKS, j g 0 to attend the bedside of Mrs. Mur-j nU) thcr, who is reported to be j The Avalanche has this week print-1 dangerously ill. The afflicted lady is* FOR SALE -or credit. - Phone for separatori sàie coirti—w.-* E. Rural School as a Sorial Center,” was read lor the benefit of those members Who did not get to attend. Fruit pungh and cake were served to Mfisdanfes Hill, Farris, Wright. Crump, Frank Boles of Lubbock, Me- j WANTKD—1 • 'rutninen: Misses Mamie and Katiej on g j.. a Bel'e Crump, Lillian Brown, Pearie j \y (* ¿fowm, Wright, Nettie and Eula Stokes, and j Master Allan Bowies. ! »homes bunt low pine lumbi Imfcer Co. Dick Jarrott is In Kansas city, .Mo., ed a large batch of circulars for the j nearly 80 years of age, and it is feared ! where he has gone to purchase a pure advertising committee for a two-days that, she cannot rally from the pres- bred Hereford bull. The Abernathy celebration on the 3rd and 4th of July.! ent attack. I ranch now has a hundred head of Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON Crummen; Misses Mamie and Katie Belle Crump, I.jllian Brown, Roberta Hargett, Helen Buchanan, Eula and Nettie Stokes. They are exepecting a large crowd of people at Tahoka, and arc preparing to accommodate all who attend. --------------- --------j purebred Hereford rows, and It will! W. R, Spaulding and wife came up 1 v >e but a short time until this wNl! from Abilene Wednesday, remained 'be another of the noted ranches of here over night and left by auto forl'hjs section for its high grade of Seminole Thursday morning. They j -fork. in Lubboc and Ica-es dress M. Lubbock. WANTED—To buy frt>m owi ■W to 16o acjjjp^Wiimprov«*d one-half cajy^baJanceV term». Ml not be over ^mileg frop court h< descri; letter.. AJS-Howard Hot*!. (48-ft) 1 Mrs. T. !1. Ellis and two daughters. The Ripley Embroidery ^lub (Delayed) The Ripley EmbroideryVClu at the home of Mrs. J. on Thursday evening, May iness session. The co write the consttmtan »ported and with a few dRngesl it was adopted by the club. THelmost important change made was Mat of the name from Jtipley to ShMowater Em broidery Club. The cMirman, Mrs. Farris, appointed Mis®Katie Bell Crump delegate to the Cofnty Federation of Clubs, which convened at Lubbock on ’"May 30th. A delicious two-course luncheon was served to Mesdames Farris, Will Wright, Hill, Crump, Me- Tho Bridge Club met with Mrs. B. O. iMcWliorter Tuosday afternoon, and enjoyed several games of auction bridge. Ice cream and cake were served to Mesdames Boerner, Powell, Feebler, Frazier, Thomas, Prient, Robbins, Higginbotham and Mrs. l^adell,! of Carroll, Texas. Mrs. Boerner made j the highest score. visit a daughter in Caines county j MNses Ruby nnd Opal, returned from : several w^o! s before returning to Ab-j Milford this week. Miss Ruby crad-1 iiene. j uated from Milford College this year: -----------—--------------J and Mfrs.. Ellis and Miss Ruby went ] (.has. S. Middleton, wife and dau£Ji-' plains, down there to be present at the com-; ter. Mary Luise. left Monday fori mencement exercises. j Waco and other Central Texas points. Mr. and Mm. Ben Wolford, parent*« j j ( ; THE LUBBO Has . .¡Miss Maggie Lindsey, of Gateavllle.; Texas, formerly a teacher in the !uub-j bock public school, arrived In ourj city this week apd will spend the summer, visiting at the homes of Mes-1 dames Richmond, Boone and Agnew Clarence Lokey returned this week from Houston, where he attended school the past term. He is here only for the vacation period, 'after which he will return to his studies. Post card g the big rain. White’s Photo >8 of Lubbock' after fe ceuts each.—R. c. tv. (49-11) Mesdames Baker and John King returned Saturday from Amarillo, after attending the District Missionary Society meeting of the Baptist church. M!rs. Middleton and little daughter ¿of Eugene Wofford, who have t>een will remain for a few weeks visiting t visiting here the past few weeks, b*rt J ----------------— relatives, but Charlie will return in j Thursday morning for Plain view. ; *' ?r - ai! d Mrs, a few days and bring a shipment of! where they will visit another son for a d;. v afternoon WAXTED^SKo sell or etch fur town iKjjnt^TXm well Improved half f-ecti.p farming latl with in cultivation, gli the main LubftjcftTfihoka road, ftfta mile«» from 9m\mn and ef^ht ml|w from Tahoka J For full pirticul^if, apply to V. R. Kershner; Phone Lubbock. Texas. (I# Shetland ponies back with him. Ed Goode and gon, Waiter, of Fort Stockton, are here visiting Mr. Goode’s sister, Mrs.. 0«o. A.*nett. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Coleman were here last week from Ranger Lake, X. M.. to attend the funeral of Mr. Coleman’s father, J. C. Coleman, an account of whose death appeared in this paper last week. Mrs. R. M. .Hester was here this week from ASberaathy, L. B. Fain left Mon-on the soutWbc nn<t short time. j Santa Fe, Mr. Fain for Snyder, and —---------Mrs. Fain for Fort Worth, where the Louie Shropshire has reelgned hl*!'"W relative» a few week*» and position with Martin ft Wolcott. toi w, H J hen go to Wichita FaJs to #»• ongage in business for himself. We | i°y *» * weeks more rtsitin/ wlOi wish him well and feel that he is a young man deserving of large success. P. F.. Brown left Wednesday morning for Canyon City, where he will spend several weeks at the Normal. relative bock. before returning to Lab* Post card the big rain. White's Photo of Lubbock after % cent* each.™ R. 4MP Tf. (4911) |> ( fe i a **i Tfr H ■, One way to overcome the high cost of living is to plant a garden grow your own vegetables. Not only that but you can have vegetables fresh and just when you want them. Without tools to with, no workman can accomplish much. Why not visit our store supply yourself with the neccessary implements to enable you to have good garden. See our line of garden hose, rakes, hand cultivators, ing forks, shovels, spades, garden plows and other tools]we h to mention. lAJNfted v0ÌF garden or lawn needs some irrigation, r you will want wW/ some hose, so let dut remind you that the place to buy it is The, esterjrWindmill Co. As you know, we have several stores and when buy hose, we buy in large quantities, hence we can get a f better grade or the same pice others pay for cheaper grades and we give you the benefit of this. ^ o you nave anv traih to move jfbout your demises? Or perhaps you npight with té hatfl aome dirt to fill in aàiwir bea. wSth a wheelbarrow the work is easily and quickly done. You would find innumerable use» lor one. Wc |ave garden barrows £ke eut, also wooden ban»ws with tavy Aa&d body iüd all «ledi bf?i9*rs. SStf ''D.E^IlilCr RüCMCTD 1A#C ■ A DC ; f'l'Ci HrlCpdlVIDCMm WJC. 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