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THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE
St VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUB80CK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1913 'UMBER 8 THE LUBBOCK fflf DEPARTMENT AT LUBBOCK CHURCHES Announcements of Services at the i Various Churches of our city You are Cordially Invited ! NtEDS BETTER EQUIPMENT AND OBTAIN EFFORT WILL BE IT Christ would teach me how to' love humanity as he loved them, I and I think I never had a busier) day serving others than yester-j day. hike the Master, I had not, time o much as to eat. Last, ! j night, after I came home late, , MADE TO come To THE METHmmst sinkay tnp thought came to me; That; schooi, i is ( hrist's way of loving human-1 If you are a Methodist or that , jtv- And I said: '0 my Saviour, church is your preference come : jN this really one of the ways of , and join our Sunday School. It's ; 'ovinj?'." 1 am sure he loves in j a live one and we want you for a otn,'r ways, and I do so want to! member. The Busv Men's Bible , "ov? a ne loves. 1'ray tor me. " ass have a separate class room I ' ne Missionary Conference at L OPENS SUPERINTENDENT URGES THAT PUPILS ENTER BE ON HAND FIRST WHO DAY EXPECT TO urrnrn rnmniiriiT mniiin iinT nr uriuv rvnriior n.. mm fUU Mm nU nt ntfl Html . where u can g? r7 he Waynesvilie wasa great meeting opportunity to recite the lesson. a worthy successor of the one at i'J'he Wesley class composed of I New Orleans, and one that will PATRONS SHOULD SHOW INTEREST BY THEIR PRESENCE Business Men Would Get it all Back in a Short Time From Differ Insurance Rates According; to an Insurance Mn's Statement Time Now to Act. ence or Indies invites you to join them in! 1 a lHr"' extent shape the their class room. The senior and futur f 'ur mission work. A junior Baraca classes both have ! col ection ot f0,ooo was taken at iew wrieans, up to that In conversation with some of J is installed, the firemen, we find that they! Why shouldn't this city have a are anxious to (ret a better equip-' better fire protection? Lubbock ment While some of their equipment is Rood, yet they need some better arrangement. Their plan is to build an auto mobile fire truck, somewhat after the model of the Amarillo company. This truck would be eapable of holding about 10oO feetof hose, a part of the chem ical outfit, several ladders, and : carry the men on the running board. The firemen sav that the materials are at hand in Lubbock to build what i hey so much need at a romps, ritively small price for what LubtcK would get. The truck which thevarenow1 using .a utterly inadequate forj the purpose of fire protection. ; And insurance agents tell us that fire insurance rates would be materially lowered should such) an atpratus as the firemen want is a rapidly growing city. Ae ari a city of distances, and we need apparatus such that will bring the firemen to the scene of class rooms and are anxious tc have you come. The young i ladies class is separate from the main school and would be glad to have you join them. In fact any jclass suited best to your size, age ; or (Trade in the . literary school ' would rejoice to enlist you in the (Treat work. If you are visiting in town come and visit us. If vnu are a traveling man and are here over Sunday come. We will welcome you as a visitor. We had a SDlendid service last tbe hre with all their equipment .Sunday: flood attendance and on shortest notice. A few flood conduct, a deep interest minutes delay might cost us far and bubbling over with enthu more than the whole outlay for siasm. Come, the desired outfit. Both the city Sunday School Superintendent. fathers and the citizens should back these volunteer firemen. R(v. w. M. Lane will preach who do not even get pa.d for at 1 1:00 o'clock Sundav morninfl. their service of protection no No rvivn Sunday night on ac matter how Ion a battle they ! count ot ln protracted meeting ar compelled to put up in case hin n,t,.i,t k ,i, P T ... . jSide Christian church and the K. Twitty and I II. ! nmii.n.i wrrc lirif-Kiii.r! ij convention can needs. Bv the ' of fire. Chief W Simpson who the Sweetwater tell you of the We are requested to announce way Miss Model Simpson was , .. , ,f 7, ' "vy elected mascot of the association 1 th Sm c?uw at this convention. jSunday at the 11:00 clock hour. BAPTIST MEETING CLOSED Monday Morning Service was the1 Last of the Series Bg Ingathering of Members j mer Atkins, Claxton McCrummen Foy McCrummen, (. C. Jones, Mrs. d. L. Jones, R. Vv. Burton, Mrs. W. N. Coneland. Mrs. , M. Cosby. Mrs. F. V. Brown. L. ' I. Rouse. A. M. Hensley. Jean Harnett John Atkins. Mrs. H. ! As announced in the last issue C. Harry. Miss Lu la Campbell.: of the A vaJanche the bm meeting i ' Mr"- Mn M"1 Ligon. , that had been going on in the , (.; Mv, Wallace. L. W Lowe, tabernacle under the auspices of I ',, ' , . ,"''!!'- c-C. Jieed. the Bar.tist church for th i.imf i Ml!9 Mildred Moore. K. R. two weeks came to a cl., with : 'aynes, Miss Nellie l.urtis, L time the largest amount that had ever! been raised at one time in our church, fhe marvelous Bishop Galloway sjoke on that Sunday niflht in his finest stvle. moving that vast nidience with his elo quence. He managed the wonderful collection in his happiest mood. At Waynesville Dr. Pin son started the collection most successfully and Bishop Hendrix continued it (or them, for there were three of them), and in his peculiar apt. bright, hilarious manner led the audience into hilarious flivinfl. making them feel that it was a joy to add 3lo0,i00 and over to the treasury of our Mission Board. - Bulletin. Publicity Sept. Everything Points to 1913-14 Terms of This School as the Most Successful Ever Taught in This City -Program Outlined for Monday. The Lubbock public school will j a fair price for his last year's There will be no services at the First Presbyterian church next Sunday. Bro. Word will preach at Shalowater at 11:00. Sunday School as usual. the Monday mrninif service. fiv. 1 K. Finney, who did the jrrtater part of the preach ing, during tne meeting left for his home in Midland on the afternoon train, the sinfler Mr. MiJler. leaving Sunday to jro to another appointment. This wai one of the most suc cesfu! metinfli that has ever been held in Lubbock, and the number of conversions is not known, nor mil it ever be known. Sixty-eiflht joined the Baptist U k. k.. T..... fession of faith and baptism. K,i...y S I !e. Mrs. L. L Lee. Mr. F. M. Uyd. Mrs. F. M. Loyd. Mrs. A. V. Hinds. Lowrpy Leases Buildings R. II. Ltw rey informed us this i week that he h;id closed a trade whereby he le;wfg two of the I three ground floor buildins just . b'in completed and the uppr pari oi me ouiiuinfl. ihe rtnim on the alley, next to Rankin & Sons will be oerunuvi htr .1 It I , Moore, the close price store, and I the next one Sl'NBHAM PROGRAM Subject- Home Mission Herres. Motto ' Blessed is that Nation Whose God in theUrd." Hymn. Scripture -Acts Jl:lM-24-Alma Simmons. Roll Call. Hymn. Recitation -Mildred Kin. Dialojnie - W'illette Waters and Verna Wilson, leaders Talk. Another Operation Necessary Mrs. H. . Stone, who has been sick at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Slaton, at Seminole for several weeks arrived home last Tues day, and was accompanied by her mother. Mrs. Slaton ami daiiflhter, little Elizabeth who In ooen for the term of 1913-1 1 on Monday, September first. All pupils should report for enroll ment and assiflnment to classes at nine-thirty in the morninsr. The morninfl hour will be taken up by talks from citizens of the town and in the afternoon a list of books will be piven those whise promotion and assiflnment is definite, then they will De dis- I missed for the day so they may procure books, leaving the teach jers free to flive attention to new j pupils. Patrons are urfled to I I brinfl their children the first day, j I Monday, so that thev may be j i assiflned their work for the next i day and fliven their seats. The reflular recitations will beflin Tuesday. Owing to the newly adopted books many changes will be made, however, the course of study is not ortVcted. You may books, if they have all the Datres. even thouflh he would have not used them any more. Following is the nroeram for the openinj? Monday morninfl: Music. Prayer Bro. Word. Music. Address bv Judpe Geo. R. Bean, President of School Board. Talks by Rev. Li IF Sanders. Jno. W. Baker, W. F. Schenck and others who mav desire. Patrons and friends of the school are requested to be present Vou miflht devote an hour or two to the school interest of your town once a year to encourapre the teachers and pjpils. then come and let us talk over school matters, understand each other better, that we may work in harmony for the educational interest of our town and children. All members of the faculty are exchange the old books for the new ones Dy paying one-nail the (requested to meet in the Super price of the book. Such books I intenHents' nffipo at th little Elizabeth who I as readers, etc.. mav he p. Isehn.il hiiiMino -o,, a., wiil remain here till Mrs. Stone j chanfled even though they ao not 1 30th. at 2:30 p. m. Trustees are corresoona witn tne grade or the i invited to meet with them, book desired, which gives a pupil j J. K. Wester, Supt. regains her strength LATER -Since writing the above it has developed that another orwration is necessary and Mrs. Stone was taken to a hospital at Plainview, where she will undergo the operation we hope to be able to report the entire morning ar success of the operation i ; .i,;. . , . Ill HUB Offenng - ( Bring Mite Boxes. I i Mr un,i r. t,.. n.L i scf10"1 this u v inn. Prayer-Bro. Grumbl Robert Watson, who attended j school here last term and who? has been back to his home at Brenham during vacation came lies. have deepest smpa?hy of our in this time of trouble. while others will join churches of the town opportunity. The Baptismal service was held at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon, and in the of a house-full of people, the ordinance of baptism were ad ministered to 2S candidate, by the pastor assisted by Rev. Pin ney. Wednesday evening of this wek another service of like tinner was held and ten or twelve more candidate were baptised. At the 11. -00 o'clock hour Sun day morning an offering was taken for the expense of the rtin. which included the r t fa R. Finney and bis ' . ir. Miller and . ") was tub. I'KKSBYTKHY The Presbyterv of Kl Paso. Lr. S.. will meet at the First Presby tenan church. Tuesday. Sept. 10 at 8 p. m. Ail the meetings of Presbytery are open to the public , and everybody is invited to at tend. I Ihe opening sermon will smith h. hn preacneu Dy tne retiring Mitchell and I V,ra T' Kev' N ,,t'ria"'on. of essrs Phi ma and V" "i " M- iuesoay( nd will enter term. He was eople i atcornpar.iea oy nis sister wno ' will teach the Idalu school this c . term. Firemen s Mascot i At the recent meeting of the Autno"' tne drug busi- Panharidle Firemen's Association ! nesa estimate the number of little Miss Model Simpson was i soda fountains in the United different m, ; " SenL 16. iHiikiicn vomica cuiu unna A.. chosen as mascot for the associa tion by a large vote. In fact after a little consultation her .j opponent was withdrawn from .f . ...w ih ptuv nno Ullttliuiiuus- The Association made an ex cellent selection, and she will rill States at not leas than 73.000. and they are said to represent an investment of $50,000,000. The COMMISSIONERS MET Extra Session Attends to Road Matters for the Betterment of the County Among other things that the County Commissioner's Court did at their special session last Saturday. J. II. Mullins. was awarded the contract to grade the Lubbock and Plainview road beginning at the point where the road crosses the Crosbyton South Plains Railroad thence south to the point where it had been formerly graded. The same I UinL I j m - ana coniectionery Dusmess in the front part of the building ; and E. McElroy the opera house i man. will use th hark nort ir fT!'!iDll,n)Vn Picture. They all expect to ne into tneir new quarter by the first of the month or very soon after. The Odd Fellows have leased tbe upper story of the building next to the State Bank and will have it fixed up for a lodge hall. Ripley Newt We would iust like to know who said Mr. Will Wright didn't know how to entertain, cause we know she doe, for she entertain d Mrs, J. M .Wright. Mia Katie Belle Crump, Lillian Brown, Nettie Stoke. Pearl Wright, Janie, Mary, and Cecils Mc Crummen, Eula Stoke and Marie Hill from four until six o'clock Saturday evening August 23. Mrs. Wright served sandwiches ice tea, ripe tomatoe. celery, banana and caramel cake and two kinds of ice cream. Kverv. I body had the nicett time. Oh entertain A Monkey. " of those uai. , X church a a rcault of l t revival conducted by L. L. Finney of M'dland by letter and otherwise: Mr. Geo. W. Morris. Mrs. Geo. W. Morris, Maxey Morris, Lula May Kilgove, Line N orris. ). A. f 1 I ft. ft tv I v?"L V.. a u? ii ' I 10014 ,ome ,ov'v Picture too! W. D. Shaw. Mrs. W. D. Shaw. I.p. . Gtrti Nunnerly, Mr. A. W. i Craig. Mrs. A. W. Craig. Frank I V. Brown. Viola Mob.ey. Lela! Rev. Wfd ct littlefield ray irent. Alma bummers, IVarl i Littletivld. Acy. IT. Rev. J. r of the First Teh of Lubbock I Sunday and ' '1 o'clock hour This was "ian minister town, the i a minlsur is Mcthodut t ta organlM The following committees have been appointed: Committee on correspondence -Mr. S. l'. Bobbins. Mr. Fred Spike. Commit tee on reception Judge W. R. Snencer. Mr. Clarence Symes, Mrs. H. A. Davidson. Mrs, Fred Spike. Mis Ruby Ellis. Committee on music-Mr. S. C. Wilson, Miss Margaret HulT, Mrs. B. L. Fain. Committee on entertainment. -Messrs, H. A. Davidson, H. A. Spencer, E. C. iViest. Simeon O'Neal, Mrs. H. A. Davidson. MISSIONARY AUXIUARY NOTES The Bible Study Class was led by Bro. Overton. We had a good service. At our next meeting we are to decide which mission study book we will use this fall. Let us have a large class and be come better informed on our work i that office with all the grace of a rwutn riains girl, and to the de light of the members of the Association. Kicked by a Horse The sixteen months old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bryant, of near Crosbyton. was kicked by a horse one day last week, fractur ing the skull just above the eye. He was brought to the Lubbock Sanitarium for treatment, and a portion of the bone was removed. He is doing nicely at this writ ing, and will be alright again in tne course of due time, Phillip R. Sleadd. who has been here with his mother visit ing st the home of Mr. and Mrs. u. w. ICobertson. the past month, returned to his home st Shelbyville, Ky., leaving Wed nesdsy forenoon. His mother will remain here possibly snother month. She is under treatment of Dr. Overton, and w under annual receipts of these supplies i man wa9 fliven a contract to of soft drinks i.iav total $o00.000,-1 Libtx and Estacado UM, . road thirty yards from the point , where it intersects the Plainview R. P. Mull, of Crosbyton, re-! and Lubbock road, and for which turned Saturday morning from i gjjje 18 t0 receive the BUD1 fi Fort Worth where he took a car ' C. A, Joplin was empowered load of fat hogs and a car of fat with the authority to put the cattle to market He stated that I uiDbock and blaton road in first llensky. W Sott Cochf Cochran, j Stringer. . .i I lie Rich. Tlieu. Scnv Mrs. laurt, hey. Ceo. I OttW Bulf" I T. Hull. V. ICujr. X i. Welimrn. li ra. R. Scott ,1-ee. BuUh , M. Hensley, ' HenilrV. lah lu-berds, Mr. Tom Tom Ivey, Roy. Mr. .4 Uullock, J. a 14 lor, Uit- r. urd. rtr-PrtsbyU-rin t was in Lit ' preached .", : and in thn Ui first I) lUptist ha her lwie having Uit a charcii c. The September Circle will .stand is getting along nicely and serve ice cream and cake in the much improved in health since court house yard Thursday even-(coming to this country. ing, epi. -tin. i.ome and eaii wun ir.em ami enjoy usiening to the splendid music made by the Lubbock Band. September is the month for membmhip campaign. It is possible to double our member ship if each member will do her duty. oNh I)KAom:.s3 mtimatk or sun uk "1 often wonder if we really appreciate at we should the very ureal privilege we have of work ing for the Master. 1 am sure 1 try to, but feci that 1 du not know hew. I prayed vtry earn eetly yuttrJr itrnir iht Mrs, Hutchinson, of George town, and Mrs. Harris, of Tay lor, both cousins of Mrs. Jno. Baker, enroute to Hale Center to visit other relatives stopped off here for a two days visit with Mrs. Baker Tuesday and resumed their journey to Hale Center this morning. C C. Dor.iphan, of the Thomas Hardware Company, Canyon, as her Tuesday looking after business matters. Mr. and Mr. VV.Tl Hill are visiting rslativcs and old ao quuntccs in Ohio this wssik. he disposed of both st very satisfactory figures. A. D. Jones, who has been l spending a few day here with I his cousin Raleigh Martin, went over to Lockney Monday to spend a few days. Mrs. N. W. Whatlev. sister of T. E, Michael is visiting here this week. She arrived Satur day from Wichita Falls. II. E. Allen of Fort Worth, arrived last week and will work at the plumbing business K. L. Law. class condition using his own judgment as to what work should be done on it C L. Hettler, of Marion, Ind.. accompanied by his-son-in-lsw, C. L. Card, and grand daughter. Miss Hazel Thomas, is visiting his son. Fred HettJer, for several days. While here Mr. Hettler had us send him the Avalanche for another year. C, L. Taylor, of Henrietta, Texas, was here Saturday and Sunday, returning home Monday. He is liking the Lubbock countrv. with j the very beet and will likely be i come a citiren of Lubbock in the Mrs. A. E. Whitehead has ' 1 uture" been visiting her parents. Mr. I Mrs. W. II Dow ninir ntr. and Mrs. W. K. Dickinson this tained her Sundav School riau wk. last Monday afternoon. After an enjoyable time spent in ap propriate games they enjoyed a watermelon feast Jno. R, Iwia, of Sweetwater, is visiting at the home of S. J. Winn this week. A. It. Robertson and II Met lee were here Monday look ing after business matters. T , The Mothers Club will serve a vis iuv I. R. Powell and Earnest Witt of Crosby Pn, were here Satur day. Miss Hazel Fried nch is visit ing friends in Crosbyton this week. Ixmrey building. west side square next Monday. P-enefit school grounds fund. Eat all you want. Price a quar A. R Stanley was Ralls aturdy. Brigut and Poul PoUrtson wer her from ZUn HzUrdzy, Lillard Davis, a friend of sev eral vears, of E. I Uw, came out fnm Fort Worth laat we k I an. I , .... i ... I u I. ... land ekt-etts to maks Lubboc over from j county his home henceforth. i Mr. J. P. Word Is visiting her jdauuhts-r, Mrs, Tom Clayton si ! I'ott ll.i w?vk.