Lubbock Avalanche Journal, June 25, 1914

Lubbock Avalanche Journal

June 25, 1914

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Issue date: Thursday, June 25, 1914

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Lubbock Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - June 25, 1914, Lubbock, Texas ”/*' >' ' tafi&^j£gg ,A ‘¿r: '„ y'/'-~ ■; 3is J> ^ «'-' ■< •■ >*'■ ”»ifV »K < • * * '«v-t «*•*> ■* *< v- *****    , - ft•£•«» *'•*“► «• A*^ V** f i 'M ,rf V'Ui ITE COMB rt ( ;.• : .> ■>. *&.- if \ l* V. tf’Vt . ii ilÉÜwA -otPïéiaWew, »¿MS? Sim», of Crockett, Frazier, Lad ell of Tyler, Peebles J*s. A. 0*N«*r, Voe Rosenberg, ^{g-tofcotham, Spencer. Mr*. MeWhorter and Mrs. Cochraii tied for high score. Fruit fcunch waa served during the games, and delicious, brick Ice cream and angel food cake were served at the cIobo of the afternrion. Bring us y cents per po [cream. We pay 20 'Long Brothers. ' (49-2t) ^ SHALOWATER NEWS Last Saturday afternoon, June 13, itf rJ5 »iS^mstrOFg entertained the "Pbl-lathea-Baraca class with a moonlight picnic, at TI^-Fom Lake, a delightful luncheon of sandwiches', pickles, and ice-tea was served. Those v.Ko enjoyed tbt* repast -vere, Mr ii:id Mrs. A^rrt^rong, Masses Nettle end- ^uia Stbkes; Robena Hargett, Bauma Har-idy,;»^Iessrs. Boss, Groves, Alton .Har-{dy,‘ Clayttin Vance, Newton and -Jason Stokes, Guy Vaughn, Paul Ray, Armstrcag.    ’ Wg-'hoiiie Mr. Armstrong ^ Hi ? tain again soon.    A OUBST 'Bring , tia yo Rents' pfer'pou créam. We pay 20 fon^ Brothers. (49-2t) Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON Canyon Mothers and Daughters’ Club Program Of club, which meets with Mrs. ,1. H. Harris, July 3: Vocal Duet—Misses Bess andjfJTbra Green Paper: ,#A Man and/Wojian-Mai World”—Mrs. R. D. Reading—Mrs. J. Fg ujpe. Pape«*; “The New jpoiftan and? Her Career”—Miss Alice#Wflliainsoi Piano Solo—MlS8«Ev|iyn Looney. There will be refreshments/served by Mesdames Hams and Hi MISS TOLDA WAftREN. MRS. J#H. HARRIS, Immittee. The Busy Bel Club metfwith 3Vj ..¡80. Bt Hunt on/Friqay June 5, && a *%lost enjoyabbfe afternoon fw^spent at fancy wort. The hostess, assisted by Mrs.IClaude Burrus, served cream and angel cake to Mesdames Br^aH,' B'irrus, .J. L. Chase, A. <5. Hunt, F. K, Mitchell. Riley, Royalty, and Simmons; guests Mesdames R. H. Martin, Lewin, Faulk, O. Tubks, T. O. Henry, Atkins, and Miss Beim. The club will meet June 19, with Will. Flynn. NOTICE The Democratic Executive Committee of Lubbock County, wir meet at j the law olllce of W. D. f- !> ¡on, Tues-j day, June 23rd, to transact such busi-: ness as may be brought before tiiom I relative to arrangements of tickets ! and other matters pertaining to the I approaching primary. All members ; are urged to bv present. The W(*qesday Needle club Spent a delighttia afternoon with Mrs. Colby Tnunia* and Mrs. Briggs, at the hfeme of jfrs. Thomas. last Wednesday. Thi# club continues to grow in interest ijfthe fancy work art. Ice cream and cakp were served to Mesdames Word, JDavidson, Wagner, Robbins, and Jp83 Overton; guests, White, of Col«pan; Ladell, of Tyler; Tom Clay-toir and Farrow. j The best oar i posts ever sold I Bowman Lumber I have boi: I and Paper Corn |C. E. Hewitt, an j ligations owing strr.tsrht cedar Lubbock, at W. C. i ompany. (47-tf) NOTICE A. J. TowU« Class ny business from all outstanding ob-o Mr. Hewitt are Mrs. W. B. Powell was hostess of the 24-42 Club last Friday afternoon, at her handsome home on S. 2nd St. Present were Mesdames Pcsey, McWhorter, Thomas, Slaton, Rush, Jno. Penney Ed Robinson, Lewin and due and payable to me. Phone '^2. (50-2t)    W. a HUMBLE. The price o&pUozen fat hens will build that chickenjbuse.—W. C. Bowman Lumlbeisfift^any.    (49-tO Geo. Tiernan, Sheriff and stock man of Terry county, is spending & few Faulk of Miles, Cochran, Robert Le- days in Lubbock, attending court. § & I U- 1 $ {9 &r We have the Smalley Ensilage Cutter this year. One of the best ensilage cutters that is on tfaaniar-ket, and in the Smalley Ensilage Cututf^wi will find advantages that has nothMo oflmd before here in airensilu^tt»^ A LOOK AT THE ,    ’> i, < >/    . Vi».., :r ' • .i’r    • ;» y ft » '    , " • /    " JNO. P. LEWIS & CO. At Cost RDS FOR MEN, WOMEN CHILDREN AT COST We are Showing a Large Assortment in All These Lilies and YOU are Sure to Be Pleased. BE 5URE AND TAKB ADVANTAGE OF THESE BARGAINS LEWIS & CO “MAIL ORDERS DËLIVERBD FREE.” PAINTS, WALL PAPER, =OLASS«= Picture Fromln^c o Specialty. ====s*===sssass Varüisbe», Oi I Bru find in a Fii t 01^ Get Acqaainf L. 1'mb fact e?er;thing tyon could hop« to >tbi* kind. Comt» to 8*e Mo. Let’« *erv« yon at aU tltn«* with the Be«t. PHONK n. AL50 A NICE LINE OF Hhey are cheap, and are guaranteed to you to be t as we represent them to be. Take a look af a. x T North H A ft VEST INC BY M< Out In YoiUlS I« so toc* «a •oaivee Hat tba èaiiymS ~^y ■ .# the wheat ^ _ M the #ity mmM of heavy wheat erop «that satttnw t: of the iMiaie it aiÉgUe >«Mole of the night nd Paper CortffMiny. tubbock« Tmmmm * , Summer to here. and Jiave yum ':s|cur«avi|ii: 1 Cook Stove, Refflgerator or I» Cream Fj»sz«r. If not now to the time to begin with the Rev-O-Noc il Codk ôtove afld^Meftrick li«frigerator. AT mi....... I I .......I,......... • .WWW" IlflSflr llfn mttm Mi Nattosal Saai of IM» «*Ur» «Patirei H»    . Ottr M* \ yçi<y0m*ë calf fiipe tw/ff* «•a .na omat» et uwmwtty. luta last Mr. KlUeoa aaya thoy «mia hetwoea hle ptoce $5m. Jfeuihÿ, hat ^ao. at hie t*èa»    ,«mip»^f|ok «• I    L' M>y^i MMi«a^|aa» JliPPVKMpPiMh ‘    1 H P'*» AaM» 'ééUë Ié Jhl mHr> M«a 0. UL >1 ron pronerij .-—4. I*. TM«H f * "I *jìy 1. *!*; TP a®. fon 'ìÈàk< WJNt'JBa. ;