Newspaper Page Text
: : I Classified Ads. Church Notes .iUNSI:.:.) OIL, .MTURPI:NTINI: I nit Sai.i mill bulldim, Mce. r t I (if wallpaper pply Rt till of. in tf I on SaI.K, I Mk cow, young, irent mil ifx.f milker. Ihrce 11 nil i S. A lit phone ffig. f IS I? ' It-nolif bIhiuI Banctificntion Kollcall. Full SAt.i; mules, wa'on r Also a span of is all good nti pin 1 r Vr lll ! plnl l miy mm- iHitmifMH'iilii or liunli Ni-niie. I'm lfni. ill1., In Hi' tolumn tf- of rliuru"', w licrr tin rrvi'iuiK in n-cflvwl fmm (Iip rvin . I Utor. . V. I V, I'UiMiKAM Subject. - What the P.ible young harness. horses, this W. H. Izmir. 17 lit If you want'tjbuy or sell horses call ytiffflr phone me at the LublorX Livery barn. E. H. Penney-jUoinmission Co. Lub Imck. iZxjp 1 tf. feed. Davidson Kclxrt of Secretary. Son j?. Prayer. Ix-adcr. -Pertha Pollock. Scripture reading. -Phil. 2:12 by the leader. Song. Topic for the day explained. Marshall Glenn. Short papers on. a young con vert, a mature christian-Kathe-leen Farris. Scripture Reading-1 Peter 2: 1-3 by Florence Brooks. Sanctification constantly grow ing better. Mabel Guinn. Sanctification seeking to know Christ's will and doing it. Mer tia Long. rfd uwr mules for Sanctification hatred for sin. ft&l Store. 181tjJewell purru9. For Sale Nice Murk's range same as new, nhjHt trade on good milk cojr t work horse. Apply to V. gravis, or phone 141. ST 18 Up For Trade -Gentle pony and good milk cowJforargood buggy horse, or wilLnnfe cow for milo maize or katfiMwrn heads. See J. L. Dow. ai the Avalanche of fice. 16 tf To Trade (nd u&ir mules for For Kent blocks west of Sij i" : s 8 X : SI1l:RVrrgAVILMAAlS PAINTS A. c! HOtfSTON LUMBER COMPANY ABOUT DANCING Evangelist Gives His Views as well as Quotations From Others About the Dance eT r re. oom l wo IS tf Wanted housework. C. Wo I Hart h AfrljrJ for general Apffl to Mrs. Geo. . fifine7i lltf Love for what Jesus loved. Prayer, Bible, God's people and my church. -Bro. Arbuckle. The Beading Circle of tin Missionary Society of the M. K. The Avalanche believes that there is great harm in the modern dance. We believe that it has a great influence toward pulling down the character and virtues of girls, and the greatest that can be said of it does not elevate the character. Following is what Evangelist Ham, who is holding a revival meeting in Wichita Falls has to say with regard to the dance: "Proverbially, the dance seeks the cover of the night. Dancing i i: i.i i giving , ,. taken and t w n until it is lime tney were disper sed, and often do not end until ' the small hours of the morning. of the dance. The matron of a home for fallen women in Ixis Angeles declares that seven tenths of the people who go there have fallen through the dance and its influence. Archbishop Spaulding of New York, is re ported to have said that nineteen out of twenty of fallen women who come to the confessional have ascribed their fall from virtue to the influence of the dance. Wednesday. November 2Uth, will be "market day" with the Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church. They will have for sale on the squaraall kindsof cooked and unccxikoa nAvMfnd meats. They willfedso hiVl cakes, pies, salads, birad anall kinds of nice things rfady for your Thanks- Cnner. Orders gladly and country patronage earnestly solicited. IS It Ten Months Rainfall The following report is sent us by K. P. Kirkland, of the rain fall at Edwards, Texas. He stated that he did not claim the report was absolutely correct but very nearly so and as correct as it could be with the means of measurement at hand. He stated further that the fall was ample for range purposes as well as for growing of crops had it not been for the exceedingly hot dry weather three weeks the first of August, which caught the crop right at the wrong stage: Precipitation at Edwards. Tex as for the past ten months of 1911. January February. March. April May June July .11 2.41 or, 1.87 l..t! .57 3.43 August. 2.25 September 2.77 October 1.65 Total inches 16.56 Mrs. Joe Li sen be and baby returned from an extended visit to relatives in Oklahoma and other points last Thursday after niKin. Joe met them at Amarillo. F:irm hand ianiPd. H. D ... ft i M 'I TV . . 1 l. II l.. 1 KL't --, .t i rw r ' Kosser. Ai-ernyr, lexas. ine-1 cnuico wm no.u u - , dancjnr as. pnone connerifins. a" '!'; .innua, ioeniner i-hu, ui W-WTEH - Wyi to cook and p.tn.at Mrs. Kimbro's. TheCircJej do house work, wfiy Mrs. (). lJ will study this fall "The Light Slaton. tssri ; of the WorM" by Kobt. Spier, j Vanti:d -Tls in need of! Let each memk-r come prepared ' the latest in nyflivv to call on on the first chapter. Subject-; nie at .Ino. I'.ltfTs and Co's. ' MjnduiMii. ! Mrs. Clara A semblies seek not recreation with a due regard to freshness and vigor the next day. but gaiety, ignoring the laws of health ami rest ordained for us by the Creu t r ranks dancing as ordinarily pursued among the dissipations which 1 th the moralist and two first class! Ti. i,s;n,.f,c meeting of thei.i i i..,,.i place to work on . y.-., ,.... ,,f! ... ...... .. , . ... nan rl- """-" " " " j ' j serine iiiev nave no cnoire m ine e can nae w orh : ., ,. . , . ... .t. .. ed in our crop, i "ic ,uetnouisi cnurcn niei ai men , premises. Ihey are hound to do iss references, j regular session Monday, govern- is It; Wanted farmers, tialves. were when noem J (,an giv or will tike,Tajch work, life time ber 6th, and the following was experience incattle and hogs. ,enfered. Address lockjnox 4l, Amaruio. T... t 1 Ot Scripture Heading Mat. 2S Bids Wanted - Sealed bids; prayer -Mrs. Ratlilf. wi be received at ine oince oi Opening song No. 1311. so. .Vlinuies OI imm iiicciihk ieaui , i assails Mrtl.traicrriLul until 'A tiffttfc p. m. of the 20th day of Novem- and accepted. I ier, 1D11. forlie construction of Ueport of the officers. 14-foot cement sidewalks and Business was then taken up curb, irtfntfit otnd abutins Id's iand jt wafl decided to have a abuttindlots No 11 and 12. Lb ck , fo..o.vir.g committee v.rs lOo; lotsfCo. 12 f.d 11. bl..ck 106; appointed on arrangement jrik, th(, h;Jman Suul toa christian and lots r.o. ari io, oiock jo,, , rs s.rosev. chairman; .Mrs. en North) 1st. sheet, according w y i:((bi,lS,)n Mrs. Slaton, to tl e p'Ans ar d specifications on , . ., ... file at this office. The right is. Mrs. John I ermrv Mr. . i. r,.,..rv;Ml to reiect anv ..r a'l bids. Norton and Mrs. I.. l I lerce. 18 It W. M.'Sil vw. Citv Sec (2) "The modern dance has contributed greatly to the empti ness, timelessness and selfishness of the social life of the times. Conversation is not in demand. 'The modern dance thus trip to Terry. the highest intellectual improvements of its votaries and of society when given rein. (1) "The modern uance ex erts a positive influence in with standing the Spirit of God call J. W. Leeman, of Dallas, fore man of the construction depart ment of the Southwotern Tele graph anil .Telephone Company, was a pleasant caller at this ol'ice Wednesday. He is arrang ing for st re room for a large amount of material to be used in the plant at this place. It is to he thoroughly overhauled and improved throughout the entire local system. yr Phone vojfl- to Martin A: Holland. y IS It W. T. Clitford. formerly of ferry county, now of Clarendon, was in the citv the first of this week, returning from a business i i THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $120,000.00 i We invite your patronage with the promise oi evefvelp that can he extended. Our method) and our C icouii't ithe hased on conservative lines fare f nKvavs fnllv protected. A hank jiccoui 1 anchor of reverses come. hope, w hen i i LLimoCK. TI-XAS i. C. Wolffarth. Pre. W'. A. CarlMr. VLe-l'rcs. A. i. Hunt. Cashier S. U. I'icrce, At. Cahirr OQODODODODOnODODODODODODODODOQOOODODODOO O O life. o o I (tST A I I lie M. Kovaltv. i nag. Finder eSh Ihmf ice oi t. io inanionu he r-'V, urded. is ltp Lost- Set rfjK.ildirig plans. Kinuer return to thi'i ollice or M. K. Merrell ar J i ve regard. I'nder the head of new busines the society members will vrie a pounding and house warming for the new preacher, Urother Lane arid family, tet Wednesday. November loth. All members that would like to contribute something towards this may do so, and 1 am sure it will be Io) "The modern dance oper ates both in the individual and in the church in retardir.g the Q growth arid estabilizati' n .,f O Christian character and in hm- D del ing the greatest ef!icienc a' o a o DiNNKU Skiakk Tne ladies of ;i. n ciated. the So'ithsi.h' Christian church t wus announced that the wm serve ,i;nr;.,rai uie ..un.iirg "Week of I'raver" would leloniing to Judie .viciiee, m: the south side (f.the sonar'. Wednesday November '11. 1 It November eek of I'raver woufd legin November L'1' and continue until Prom'rent Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Ghent a-e the host and hostess of Dr. an I Mrs. II. C. Ghent, of Helton. Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Crowd'r. Tu la. Dr. Ghent. NAZAKINK CillTK II Iist Sunday at 1 1 :M i o'clock Rev. II. C. Cale preached and at niht sister Cagle occupied the pulpit. The congregations at success of Christian efforts. "The modern dance in its na ture, in its tendencies and its D results, is dangerous to s ial O purity. In other words, for we cannot evade the issue it is, as at O present indulged in, fundament- D ally and necessarily immoral. "Dr. Horace P.ushnell was led D to say of the modern forms of i he O 1 dance; "They are the contrived D ! possihilit'es of license which be-; O i longs to high life when it runs, 0 ;low." :0 Gail Hamilton wrote; "The D very pose of the parties suyvests 1 Suits, Cloaks and Overcoats each Service were rather light on impurity." The central source. the father of our townsman, in account of the very unfavorable Ins Miih yi ar is h-ile and hearty weather, but the sermons were and whose mind is a bright g m well received by those who were ri.a cting ttie ias of a rtolile and permitted to attend, active life. Mrs. Ghent, a years jour.ger, the loved treasured w ife and mother. few school at the regular hour every and Sun.lav. In the future there will a f.f the attraction of the modern . w dance is sex, and an amusement jO that depends upon sex for popu-1 O i Io i t if hi A i n i rttT't .i i 3 E3 .Sunday . .... r ' avs nr. wi Kinson: m nt'-'w Says Dr. Wilkinson: "It ming-' ' les the sexes in such closeness of Mr he preaching every first and sec- , ' , . Q a mitciL if t Kii iQn'i) IQ M Crowdermhis .1st year is an- (,nd Sundav. and everybody ,s Me S(. O other example .f t. oh e rr.anhoo.i extended a very cordial welcome. f ,n Q ?.!"UllXJr The m.mbers'ol the Udies n.,misStrewn with wrecks of I O ZunZZVZ A-d S-.iety of the baptist church 1 character and lives. g and both , : ar(M)rariro l.,t for IJurk-i Said Dr. Howard Cosby: "The1 0 and wives o.rnnf, ...rates,. l. m () n I(mp ( u, set foundation of a large amount of, 5 These four live, wen .,ve, are tU tirst w,,.k in Dec. ndn-r. We (imestic misery and domestic 'O precioii4 treasures. earnestly plea I wath every mem- . which s,artle us after 5 May they live long and v.sit us h--r of the I'.aptist church to help (1,,r,,.;ritr WJ1, ,,,,, O 1 id i'. ., r:iu. ;ifi,l JiDV ori- e'"" , (..... Often. , .... i, . : L,,u ., uticn t.:trent.4 Mlloweii th H;rriil- eis- ii'i lias ii io un "i ii' i i - J'hone )rV''s t' M 'Ttin A.- ,. ;ir1 lt ,,, f,,;jlt thing that will ness of their daughters' persons 1 lf..i.iw.d. r I" ii te!! for time ami eten.it v. liea.se ,ir,,i .i... ,iritv i.t t ..ir ti.-.;,l. nlu " . , , . . i. , ,1 i.r r:,rrv -a rontrihuti'ins t . . i , , , , ' 0 . ii..... ...!' . . T . . w , irtiimrri rn iiu r ii i- v krH'ki.i n 1 Ii. aie,e.u.. '; th. ;a.)?1?)t parsonage where - father of .Mrs. u. r. tho )Jt ,; ,,arked. .inewan.. ...t wv.ral da, her. Mks J Ii. Muni i v. Mr. T. A. Faulkner. III. il m I, lit uuugi.ter v 'rre 'tilling rx crewtr). time proprietor oi me iis Angi , . " ,,V , .. U Dancing Academy ar.l ex- l:.v. Ldin .Ueary, of the f , Ma.t,.r- MTmfnr t isropal church, will fTeach in , O .. bat? I th. lowle holding. Saturday Ariati ot the I ache L oa.t, ( g H,! V it i'A, iTraU'd tnin kt t-.'jio'rlKk and S.n- hm givrn it as hii opinion thatl hav it l" wi -j, I..r.l--K T ... t-triir.U i.f the irr lhat m.- c Ur. lhn week, visiting -r.J lo .kb.ir over the countr. a o a o a of one w uVcf t Xi v i - fCo'l VV.. Ai.mv. Mt'iWv at LverJiy i x-1 twMMrJi of the girla that ar , - - - - rt r- ri r r r r n - ft n n nROnonfino ." VVl-.. 1M llitendH a rorditl weleofn. I ruinrd fall U.rough the mrljenct UU LiU UUU W U J U W U J u w u wa w m w m w a w m w w M w - - w M w winterv (lavs. climate an(U0Js()i' our store. S O X '' i It I i j ! ot of comfort these uit adai)ted to the s an easy task at vou are going to need a suit, cloak or overcoat for yourself or any member of your family, come in and see us. Something new for Misses and Ladies, in Black Caricule Coats, this week. At $10.00 to $17.50 In Men's and Boy's suits our stock is complete. At prices that are as reasonable as you have seen. Men's Suits $15.00 to $30.00 Ladies' Suits $15.00 to $27.50 Boy's Suits $3.00 to $10.00 Your money's worth or your money back. Jno. P. Lewis & Co. o o o o o o p o c n o D o o o a o o a c a o a O D o o o a o a o a o a o a o a o a o a j no, i "