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JJo r n v .5. . LUBBOCK A LUBBOCK, LUBBOCK C0UN1Y TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECfMBLR Hi, I'JO'J. NUMBtR 23 VOLUMl X, VALANCH LI WILL LUBBOCK MEET THEDEIVIANDS OF THE HOUR AS TO HER FUTURE" DESTINY? THERE IS NO USE TO DULGE, BECAUSE, LUBBOCK T And The Only Way To Gt Them Is For The People To Put Th?re Shoulders To The Wheel And Pull Like B'aes To That End, Lul-ho-'k has one rai'.road Lubho.-k has ! ;i r-1 1 ! 1 of :i ii ii . In r n' hT sect i( the e .-,:,t l y, i. . ore ' I a i-if m the ; t-p! -f a i.'-v. it I ' l!--.' . v, e i.i i- l i -op road ; ami i ... lhi. o Hi! lli-ed ll.i Ii: ha :!;.'. Th-lV is loot.- activity in raiiroa-i i-i.ii-iir.i- in thi.- -art the c ,'), I '. t ' ., .i . .. i... ..i i i they an- readm a ' Ut t-.v.ard ad i-laces thai i.romiM' returns for , ' , , , he1n,estmen,necea,w ,-,,ard the.r h n day and support at ,, i-ni nf f ' . j i T o 1 1 It I rf-l i x i i s tin' are o .i I-n iij.; in eei v liiieru-ni i i . .... I.. I . .. .' .!..... . . ' . t i" a.wien U--I.I iiioi sleep m the premises and secure more roa-ls. I h:if f t i si r.'i n 1 1. - 1 1 i.i- I ill si 1 ,i -i ti ' i . . , , dem-n.strate- I, w at ha, ah rea-l In ell (l ine. Ih-- pe-.pn- i-t this section havf only l-run un j.au, U;1V p,r Kr,.at,.r the matter of h-.nus raising. tun p. a jn, t. f,,ration Tiie have tn. rdy waded ankle ll)(la- Ii,.ag kVt! ,lwru deep. As last as one h.-nus is 'ari( (,a I;oW tyiff ow,.r Wl,r, js raised, it will paw the way for : ,,.4V,.,i wjth niu-titions. The KreuterthinKS.au it is fact j hUr f destiny is hovering above that each thintr neure.l for thelU3- At present it is xUmJinK town and country will enhance gti!I ?h(. must u, j9U., t tw the value of holdinffi of theme in- j nj, ()f hr Kory (,r p. sie terested her until there is prac-jwin tj,.srt.n,j to iKrn(my tically no limit to the tfood thvj jn lanuaK'e of Junius can do for themHelves and the,, ' What is your further community at lare. , , LuM.M-k has make a start in! pleasure. gentlemen. (et tiie riKnt direction concerning , busy. i As to Bond Issues in a p-cent interview with Ja. (irinsley. of Wichita, Kan- sas, anent city t. jii-iin. tie f.a-i the following I--sav a!-ut v--t- je' Imnds for iv ic in, prose melts: "K y i .em f.ce ar ! , ta . vh t ic ... . . ,.' , , . , ( l l..i irior,.-. in i i- m i. ii i.i i , ii an -, we j-cted t-i aocon.pisii thll.K. li'-W t'l C,-t (Lis hnl.fi . a-.d tl nl l-Ki.-a! the b-.nd iss.,,-. We lan.e t.ext, a w av w as m bad a hard tune f-r awhii- e.-t- tii.K the in.jM.rtan, f this .r,t.. thenun-ls .-f th- , pie. but when.t was o,.,,. th-.ro.hly statti-d. the wa wa-e;is. resoi t hits been that we h: av e evervthme we t.ei d in th-- way of" nio-li-rn nnpr-v e'n.-'.t s and tin.'i.'s are stol n,.i-.i'v a--i.'. at a li v i : . t .i ' '. " lit is to- I. it f :t ll i i wo. ! . . -, ;.!; ! i for )!, C. A. I - wl.-i Las I i ii making an extended t-ur -!' tl.i- northwest, returned home this ti accept a position with the San-, ta Fe railruid. at this place. I lis ' many friends are glad to know! he contemplates remaining here. ! . ... i.....r L ...... I . oa i r i.iais-'o i ..- t. .ic r..-.i in LuI.Imk k w ith a load of farm produce which he disposed of on the loeal market Tuesday. ll. K. Meyers .of I'lainview, was a business visitor in our city this week. i... (.,, . o ii... ll-.l I tit -ii -J' IL.I' ii ' ' . people i" l.t.v down 'i th- jo! i ! it a! i ii - ' .:!; v. - i; hei-ht of l',l!y. to l-a.-.. Ti'- re I- - e lo I..- a Ml l on th-- Piains L.hbock IS the logical point, f.-r the queen to reign in h--r supreme majes- y,,,.,,. js n-. other --int in this i. ...... .. ...,.... i.i ."" u ;i ,,.. (;(, 1)I1S, tl, .,, Thl. ,,,,,, is ,,, lMs i :i i:. .. I from ad,;icent territory ami at r;l a; ,,f , i(.m ar,. (.ade. toward I.uhl-- k. We must feed i ii.- : . . U" "a" " 'M-e.l ll ioK.--( ,inl .atlh,Hr, lnh.,,, . , ;irl(.(. Is Going to Stay Mr. S. I. Shi pmari. w h- farm- ,,n the H. I . I' al place thisl u.;tr w;H jf tti. Avalanche otlice! ednes-la.. . lie came in t- kani wliethi-r or not m knew ofal farm he c-, ,1-1 rent f--r the com-1 v.-! ear. sai I he lie- ame d.s ' W'1 afN r .fa : Vear. and decided t lea'. e ;;. (",i,,r- butafer .-.king an.-,: d;,.ra.,s f th,. lst ra:,se" in "I" b-r a plaivthathe th.-ught t,i:,,.iny an, jH an ,-xceedmely fJ " P'.ular r-ung man. U c"uA ''" -'tter in LuI.I-k-n I S. T. Wyd.e. captain of -p." ''" ;nU tt,:,M "n-vw h,"n' ,,ls''' s'' '.company, is a s.-nior electrical lor a place to make a',.,.,,,,,,. ni,.,,,(.r f i:,,ss Vol- ncio - i.rvi ic.ii, e len iii u lorn -e " ... i to a i in. r of prop in ttie count v. and h-- went on his wa .nr. We h- pe that he w ill b'e pla''-', 'A ! i i - h we I . 1 th" , - .-, f hat h A h. .-.:.- i . At v f. : A id tin T lie taf t. f v.h ice v. a:- I b. i' g 'em to th" pars, nae 1 cc.:t fn-m .To l-K-k to b J ciot k p. m. PememU-r the date and bring your hog ready for the slauchter. A Letter to Santa 1 t ..f..-. SI I 'ear .arua v. laus; . ii i i lease nnngio me anon anu doll buggy and to my little brother a train and to my big ! brother a football. I am now in Lublck. With I)ve to Santa Clans. Marie Gentry, "PANHANDLE" CLUB Ti, di-- o , T l- I he r a;ns li.'i.nT.piit.irivi'S ake u .. ' .... r. 'sopliom , 1 i ' i have not ' H.fh Stand..,! and Make a Fim (.stallIis,.(.., , ,, ,.,,. ,,. tUwv SliOA .fifr. Among the Students lh,.y ,re V .in the I'anhar d!e, . - , t hey ai e sine to he all ( ). K . ,is TO COST FIFTEEN THuUSAND DOLLARS AND WILL BE The foil ing letter reeuved; The ,-! ;f '.his Huh i, , THREE STORIES HIGH hv The Ii, raid from one of jt.s '-si tii-n, nn indU' (ooi.'iy and student friend who is attending I to dd her sons together at thisj theA.M. college will he fj(i;.rlul,i ;illl;,(U.,.h Mn;li at; inten-Moanumher of friends : Sl ,,, ,n o(J,u;, ' ) A MP 1 1 j H C D T P I T ! P S Tf fl FJ C ML" DW CIIDMIITTCn of the boys who arc now school from this section: College Stat ion, Texas, December 1, r.xi'.l. At a recent meeting of all the hoys from the 1 'an handle who are attending the Agricultural and .M'" i,anicai College of Teas the I'ai handle Chili was organ- 1 .1 I . I 1 . I' iz' . wnti J . u. Miro.".--iur president; l. II. I!. Todd, vice president : ;.nd Jl. T. C-v, yen t. and 1 reasu'" r. 'j l,. 1 1. Mir-'p- f'jre. ,i i m.'-r lei-t i ic:. ! e- :o';c r ' J "!ai r i! I i i a j i-i.i-i at ; I '--!!ee. a m- !il.er ii e "Vt- i a - ; i he I ,o;U ( a i.-.". m 'I coinpa-.y. l--t't tackle on "J)" company J" -. T 1 :t ! I team and eli.-ri- h!e fi.f t'le C(, .i'ia-l. I). II. I!. Todd, a junior dec- tnca! en-ineer. from I'lainview. ( -Veterans ( . A., center n "I " fo it- !v:!l s-i'.ia-l an-1 eliihl-- for the "I'j.don of 1 1 .to -r. ' ' next vear. , J, rlS j..rii(. ,.j(.al ( . .v- -liU.1 III ll I '-Il.jltlMV, OJI.II- Iht '-f Ji. Ii. Assofiation arid a ery n. pu!ar man. l-oth at home and at n-IIee. Tlie metnhers of the duh ar1 us follows: W. 15. Smylie I'lainview. T. S. Wyche Hereford. Ii. K. Stevens Dalhart M. M. Coleman Lubbock. I. (I. I'arw is - Childress. S. W. Hardwick - Quanah. S.J. Houston Quanah. K. II. Walker -Childress. It. W. (V.x Chil.lress. J. II. I'endelton Stratford. J. S. Tolhert Memphis. N. T. Myers Mem-his. J. C. Prtterson O'.arendon. J. A. Lu trick Strip. U. L. I.utrick Strip. I!. 'Im M-'tnphis. L. L. Ku-l..!ph Stratford. II. I!. I'ii'nier ( "lorado City. W. K. Smvlie. structural etud- r;eer. fr--m I'laitniew. is a juni-r member of II. ll. A., ami "Yt- Uli.e rs, men-Per "Swastika" LancmgCli.!-. left ta, k!e "l!" j -n.pany f--t ba'l team and an ;ol-r- .'.n-I ir-- j:. p. sr. . i . . ! co,i p;. i i . - - i . a l - .." t a ml f.'!.-W. i i -. !i uti i a r t i'l '. , !.- :i M'nior " t V ( i t !!; V : ' . r 1 ' i t ' I i- ( ne ! : lb to,- A .. ' i -. 'i idi 'i c."ra! .her I. fls' (,f e-m- n.'-er i ' tcrat s of th- . ( , ( .,.l. j; ,;;ct ( .,. tain of ca-let band 1 ;s a s,.njr agricultural student. a ,n(.mK.r ,,f International jSl(K.k jll(Irin T(am fr,,m T,.XJIS 'meml--r P. II. A.. memU-r P.. & ! p. Club an-l a p-t-ular man. I Il.,l,.,. . oiunn, wiKiaia i company,' is a junior civil engi neer, mendn r of Kanglers Club. right tackle "H" fxtb )ll team and a god fellow to know. L I Kudolph, a junior, it a chemical engineer. memler Vet- t rans of the Lost Cause, in "A" jconipany and may he ol'icer ti t j year. The le-i of I ! e in i ll" j's In f vin the'anuation. ami I they ho,,, have mmv ranhandle hoys each year, until they make it the best and strongest club in the college I'lainview News. l:v Mi.s.; M 1 1 . 1 1 j ; I ; j Moi.m; I'l.'.ne No. 7. In i.i.i i - ' '.'in- i vi i- 'I !( V i ' I ' ! ' I : .-. ,.lil a J- -I' I .'. :i - i-;; I i : , I : .! A ;i '.I 1 . ;. i.:. rt.i p.'.- i -. i ..i. tn-.., r i I . I .. I : W III U' T' . -' I t V . t :. r a I i ).' !i- i -. . ! ;. - .riji-l i! M i'.' n 1 1 s. : -. a r .-ii's I : - : '.,! ii .1." .' '!,' I ii ,i :i . : .ii... -J i "ii;s ;i " 1 1-'-, I.miv l '.i !:K);i-i-ai:ki;;; Mr. Walter Uurford of the Acuff r-ommunit.v an-l Miss illie I'arker, of listaca-lo, wore mar ried at th' home of the bride's parents at 1 istacado on last Sun day afternoon at three o'clock. The bride is one of Kstacado's nut charming yt'inir la lie.s arid is greatly admired by a host of friends i-oth here and elsewhere. idcer li irfonl is a prosperous younj farmer who by many acts of kindness has won many friends who join with the Aval anche in wishing them the great est success of life. The ladies of the II. M. S. en tertained at the home of Mrs. T. T. Price, on last Friday, from four until ten o'clock. A free will offering of Jll.l'i was con tributed. A salad course and tea were served and a delightful time rejKirted. A crowd of younjr eople spent several hours last Friday evening with Ilev. and Mrs. A. ('. Miller. Many Karnes were piaved after which refreshments law an -1 cake were serv- After thanking the host and -less for the delight ful time j - - nt, the follow ing q uests de- i Parted: I Misses Klva Clover. Liilie Lar ciay. Myrtle Patters m. I)e,v.i-.' ..lohnstoii, Ch.attie I'.owles, Key .1 -hliston, Stella Lee, .Maggie Patterson, Virginia Pucker. 11a d Frederick, .lima Patton. Irene Iion. Messrs I'urwani. Simons. W. K. hickin.son. Add ; Clark. P.eti I);on. Ll--vd lkiker. A:!nu, .r. .; .s s Nancv Patt-r.son enter .! h- r : USiC cl.i- s i'h ;i .: :! arty '! !.- t '! -n lay af - o't. . ' - . : t v - . . -1 ! .;.;-' ..is v. i ; e s . :, i i '. 1- a : o !' w :,.v i, ! i.v '. . '--fr- si. '.a t.ts - f i ' m olate, i a e. c i: . i . , f r ...J . and n.ts wen-served. At U:l'the; guests d'-pat 'ed. after voting the -I'-ct -r a P"t iharn.ir.g h'-st. i The f.!l-nvi.ig members were present: j Misses Iora Pucker. Lucy i Pupree. Mae'.Norton. Amy Mc Iirry. ( I race Pucker. IVrle Clark Frederic!:. Nora Mae Dupree. De lia Wilkerson. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Ilobinson and Miss Myrtle Pack man, were jjuests of honor. Andrew Thomas of F.lida. N. M., was her on business this week. unnnnii GDUWTYS ."TLHIW H II U JTLUITIUrt I IUI1 And Adopted. A Bond Election Will Be Ordered Shortly And It Is A Cinch That They Will Carry. This Meets One More Urgent Need. I. ';!! ck (');, ty is to have a new jail in t he near future. ' Lublio.'k h.'.s n .led a new jail ' for so:.v ! im the j ;( M-:it one !- ;:n e.i- s to the to'.vn. The '. ii l.S lo lie mo ier., ill eVC:' . . -.-ji'-ct ii-i I will 1 i -( threi st-.r-ii s iii:-ii. b-u'.t of brick. This I will L'.ive the sheritf a home ri'ht ne'.t i .or to his place of 'business and meet with the dem,u;..s comnam t- its oilice. The pkms for this building were suhmitted to the commis sioners court at a recent meeting and they accepted same, with a few reservations. It has not been definitely decided just where the hiiiidiny: will Ik.' lo cated, but it will likely be some place on th" s iuare. The new building will cost about fifteen thousand dollars, and tiit' election will likely Ik.' or dered in a few weeks for the is suance of bonds to this amount to erect the jail. One thinK calls for another and it will Ik? up to LubUjck county to make araangemcnts for a new court house Iiefore many mexins. With the rapid development that is taking place MARRIED AT LUBBOCK Plat n view Herald Maker Nice Mention of The Fi n ley Reed Nuptials "Wednesday morning at seven o'clock, 11. K. Fmlev and Miss Pearl Peed w ere quietly married at the bride's home in Lubbock, in the presence of a f-'wrdatives ami friends. They immediately took the train for Plain v i"W, reaching this city some time in the afternoon, ami leaving here Tliurs lay morn ing on the northbound Santa IV for San Francisco. The contracting parties are p-pular flien bers of Lubbock's social set. Mr. Fmlev is a pr'-mi-n i.i business n..vi of that place, arid tie 1 no'-- is a da o'ht- r of P. t cattl ' a " ' .1 1 - - i . !:. !! I : --.l. a ;r.. , .. ;:r:.i ft i- r I ':rl--..', acc- -as Air.:.n. l- i.i I s , , a:. 'ed t i..-i:i as J..r MaT ed At the Papist pars mage. U'ed nesday aftr'rn-x.n. Miss Craig Dalby was united in iv.arriage to Luther McCrummcn. Mrs. Mc Crummen and daughter were pres'nt. The ceremony was perfornifd by Rev. A. C. Miller. The Aval.-nche joins with their many friends in wishing thtm lion voyage. Mr. Willis of I'lainview, was here Wednesday. NEW I J HAIL ULUI dUUIVIMILU 'here the present court Ik. use will soon be too small for the amount of b i -s that will occupy the minds of ;iie various otlicers and 'a.-i-le Ironi this fact is the , tfi'.iilu that oilier towns have I line .str,.c i;r - of this nature ! and of course Lubbock must ko thotn one better. j (n.e coinmeudalile thin about I the Lubbock way is found in the fact that her eop!e made ; ample provisions for school fa cilities before taking "P other matters, and now that we have settled the school building ques tion for some time to come, it is but natural that other matters , of vital public interest should come forward. It might be well to add just here, that the buildings, of a public nature, should be cast alone; lare lines. The Lubbock of tho' future, will be a lare town. It will be even larger than the minds of the most optimistic imagine. Let the good work for Lubbock and her territory continue. We are on the firing line of all the good things known to the man who helps to build. Sunday School Movement A movement is now on foot in Lublxick to increase the attend ance of the several Sunday Schools of the town. A commit tee was recently appointed from each of the Sunday Schools for 1 the purpose of forming them sev ies in1... an orgar.i.af in non-den-im.i.ati .rial, to work up a greater i..t--rest in the S ind iy Scm-nl work ami this committee met at the Methodist ('". ill h , la.-t Tu--s lay r.igtit ami a!! the schools " , !( rep;-"s r.ti-i s;ive one. and ll w ill no doubt come into the work later on. A stand ing committee, cotr.jMiSv'd of the i superintendents of each school and the pastors of the church was at pointed a id this commit tee will meet again, a the s-'.m pla'-e. M--:.day n;d.t at 7 ;.'! to i-it. r fuf.t.er ' ti-e w.-rk. All i ! efs v. a-- i : 'i-r- - - i i.l t ';is - ir ( hi i . s p. i-r v. i.i t;i;e it ;.s- a p. is .:-! if the po-.ple will p.'.tr' M.c th.-s.' w!o pi'.r'.r.i.e tr e p:.p r. T l, y ure teal live wires of the town an-l with your help, they will build up the town and surrounding country. A !! tax receipt will enable you to exercise every voting privi'ige of a g-d citizen, which if you d- not hold one. you are a I ig cipher at the ballot lox. Kev. (I. P. Overton preached Sunday to a large and apprecia tive audience at the Methodist church.