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IKE LUIWOCK AVALANC1 IE, TUESDAY. NOVEMnFJt 29. 1921.
LUBBOCK HAS AN OPPORTUNITY TO ORGANIZE A NATIONAL GUARD UNIT IF WE WANT IT-LETS GET BUSY Lubbock has been given sn ou-j provisions for cancampmcnt and im portunity to maintain her Identity , iliar details have not been received, in the now famous 142 Infantry thru but all men who may ha interested the organization of a National Cuardj in the proposition and that would Company at thin place under the re-; like to be Informed of the entire prop organiiation policy of the Federal ; osition are anked to leave their names Cnvrnmi.nt thru the various states: with Adjutant Hall at Davidson's of the Union. The 142 Division will I reorganized in West Texas with skeleton companies of between twenty-five and one hundred men and these will be provided with uniforms, equipment, practice ammunition ana other necessaries of regular com pany and will maintain and headquarters at this coming years. The period of enlistment are one year for Ex-Service men and four years for all othem. The exact pay, I is only one moie opening left and Lubbock has been Riven the option on this opening for two weeks. 8 let's ft busy and do something if we want this company. It is simply up to the boys. If they want it then it will go over. If they do not then the matter will be dropped. No body frets any special favors or profit out of the matter, other than the pleas ure of continuing the exercise and sports of regular drill and rifle practice. Feed store or to write a card to same address, this city, and they will be notified of the date and time of special meeting to be called at a la ter date, when an officer will be sent here to explain the details in full. Captain Merrill baa the com- ? ? ? ? ? ? f !? i v SOCIETY NOTES A A X Alny-Con,Uy. J A wedding with much importance, t attached was that of Miss Carey Ab-i? ney and Mr. Ernest Conley, members of two of the most prominent fam-i t RUJKEN The One Shoe the Child Outgrows regular com- run. captain .-ierrui oas ine com- or two 01 me mosi prominent. iam-i j in regular drill munlcation from the authorities and'lliea of this city, was solemnized at 1 his city for the will be glad to discuss the matter i the Methodist church, on Tuesday,' with any of the boys that are Inter- November. 22 at high noon, with Rev estcd. Ferguson performing the ring cere- Clarendon, Hereford and Amarillol mony. have organized companies and there' The church was beautifully dec- orated for the happy occasion. Pink I and white chrysanthemums were used 1 1 1 u n L ei ici btvvijf niku vmuing Acriip r t New Goods for the Holiday Trade Martin & Wolcott's Store is Fast Filling Up With New, High Class Goods for Your Christmas Table You know it means a lot to the house wife if she trades at the right place, es pecially during December. If every article of food she has to pre pare for her guests is just right, it is a source of pleasure to her and also a delight to her guests. We have the goods you want and the price is right. Just Phone us, or better still, come to the store and look through our entire stock. It is a pleasure to show our goods. As soon as our new Coffee Roaster is in stalled we invite you to come to the store and see us roast coffee and get a free sam ple. PHONES 309-310 Martin &Wolcott T t IV f t V t The Shoe Billiken is con structed on scientific principles out of the best leather. For these reasons when once a customer you will al ways buy Iiillikens $8.50 $4.00 $4.50 and baskets adorned with white and riinlr " 11 11 a mil fi-ro"titfa Vt 11 1 f -f 1 V i bows intermingled with sofe pale tints ' X ' . . 1 - J II; -t- A .... t. ilf. l I A 01 anancu ufrms icni a niosi ucauuiui t r -t-.. I.-: I. . St'UinR lor me onciHi scene. Promptly at 12:30 a bridal chorus by the bride's friends, Mrsdames Hop kins, Itarclny, Rylnnder, Smith, Hilton and Misses BrHshenrs, (Harrison am) Duff a 'cmpanied by Mrs. F.d lti'b ini(in, nt the piano, was rendered. Af ter vhi-h 5!rv .Ine II ; 1 1 i n ?nn "A!'. Fnr V. .11." Mj.ss Winnie Hates at th- 'piano and Mr. Prown on the vil:n, ntinmiric'd the arrival of the wed.Ii' ir mirtv with Vendel. -i n WccMi')' Mur.'h. The ii:.hir: Mr. Amos Hwni(!, Mis Feme Wheel.) -Is. Mr. R .s M -Whorler, and Mi--s Yaney I.ee led the way to the altar, where white ril b.ns were removed for the bridal party. i The young lady ushers wore bla.k canton crepe with corsage bouquets I of pink roses nnd picture hats. Miss Mary Meador attired in love ly gown of purple canton crepe with Bilvrr embroidery and lAre trimming, wearing a silver lace hat with pur- ' pie ostrich and carrying an arm bouquet of pink rose buds as maid of honor, was the first to approach the alter followed by the Hopkins little flower girls. Catherine Weaver in a; : fluffy dress of silk crepe and Char- lotte in pink tulle scattering petals before the bride and Master Brentl.-y . Malone in a black velvet suit carrying the ring, accompanied by Louise Jar-j rott in a fluffy little dress of rink. Then came the bride, who never look-; ' ed lovlier attired in a brown Duvetyne , j coat suit and brown Sables carrying' i a shower bouquet of Brides roses, j accompanied by her mother, attired in ; a blue Duvetyne coat suit with ac cessories to match. Mr. Frnent Conley accompanied by best man, Mr. Flmer Conley, met the: bride at. the altar, where she was "CROWN given to him in marriage. At the j .lose of the beautiful ceremony Mis Hates and Mr. Brown rendered Owinir to our location. Irrigation march and the bridal party immed-: rB,.,;j. and experience we are in in'ely left for the train with good . p.,t j,,n to supply trees in varieties wishes, Gods Mcssinrs and showers a,,j l7,., best s-iited to the North of rice unon them. They will be at ; '!;,,nv West Texas, and New Mes- j home in Lubbock, Texas, after their j, 0. . honeymoon spent in hicago 'Barrister" A ttraihl Lit mtJtl, in tf, knf-wtarinf Park Brmm r VLrui K J dU in Tan Kangtrm Shoes of Worth The "Rirristcr" is ptrtictilnrly ncccptn!ile fur IntMnrss and profrssicnal ni-n, ami thoic t ho pn fi-r a Mr:ii;;!it, ! Icnk-r ai'jK"ir:ini c in their footwear. We al o li.uf ct!i'.-r nfrrncfivc Ntft!rron tt Irs in a v. ids nv-ortnu-nt of uzvs t.'i. t av Mtrrs jo'i t f a perfect tit. J Ja Je- J. J . J -e(Ja. '4s5"' A f f V I ? X x 2 Barrier Brothers Dept. Store f ? Y v 1 aV AAA 44 A 4 A4 44 AAiTA iT I A) A ) "Dependable Merchandine" Lubbock, Teta 4 : : : IMPORTANT MEETLNC OF THE COUN1Y h aKM BUREAU The regular monthly meeting of the Lubbock County Farm Bureau will be held in the Justice Court room Saturday, December 3, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. All mem bers and any other interested parties are urired to be present as some im portant business is to be disposed of, and also some important informa tion is to be released at this time. AT PLAINVIEW O.N THE PLAINS" j Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Duke of Ama i arillo, passed through Lubbock Satur- clay enroute home from Dallas, where I they huve been on business. Mr. ; Duke is an oil man. and has many friends in this section. I Send me a 1 i t of what you will want and we will make you a prt e. Our prices on shade and ornamental trees have never been lower. We know the varieties best suited to vour lo-alitv. Ae-n's wanted. H.AINVIEW Nl'RSKR Y, Dainview, Texas. 27-1 . -si. I mm Vli y,. .11 8 1 k3 Eclipse Windmills When you consider the purchase of a Windmill, be sure you select the mil that will give you the most efficient service and will last longest. You ask, how shall I determine what mill will fulfill those conditions? -Here are some of the features of the Eclipse Windmill which determines those results. Material selected and none but the high est grid) material is used in the construe lion of tScse mills. Wheel sections are hell together with rl.ps and bolts which will not allow thj sections to blow out unhst the bolts are allowed to come out otely. Automatic control insures steady run ning in all k'nds of winds. The mill shuts off entirely in case of storms. Direct pitman stroke gives greatest pumping power. Long babbitted bearings on main shaft and in upper piston guide. Hard maple pitman, lasts longer than any other kind. -Largs wheel surface to the wind gener ate great amount of power. The most satisfactory mil! as evidenced by the fact that more Elclipse mills are used than any other make. The Western Windmill Co. ('Una 127 1212 Ave. F. R Hsynes returned from the S'.att Tea hers' Assoia'ion Sunday mfiminir. He reports a largi attend ance, seven thousand, or more, and a very enthusiasts meeting:. Supt. Haynes was honored by the County Sui erintendents of the state, elect ing him Chairman of the county sup erintendents' sectional division of The Texas Slate Teachers' Association. NOTICE I now have a supply of James D. Vauphn's 1922 song b-wk on band. Single copy 35 rents. $3.60 per dot. prepaid to any address. Tony Q. Dyess. LuM.iik-.'Tex. 27-2 Monte Bowmn was on the streets of Lubbock Saturday with a comnlete demonstral injr oufit for the Del-o Litrhtinir plants. He has sold several plants to pennle near Lubbo k, which makes the farm more convenient, and a better lace to live. The ladies of the First Cbriian church will bold a hazsar at Kn's store, next Saturday, December 3. Come and see what we have. 27-1 Mr Amo R TlMrnr fnrwnr1v of !,..LL I I . M .1 . ' ijUiirmm, p'u jor ine pasi lew mciths residing at Tulsa, Oklahoma, is visiting friends and rela'ives in Lubbo k. Mr. Harper owns a rde ; farm near SeBgraves, and he Is think-' ing very serioi sly -f moving back tot this se-tmn, and will take charge rfj his farm about the first of the year. "We Do Right Right Because it is Right" TRADE WITH US DURING DE CEMBER AND RE CONVINCED: -Our Fruits fine. and Vegetables are Our Fruit Cake Ingredients are fresh and complete. All kinds of fresh Nuts and Dried Fruits. Let us serve you. We are at your Command. Silverware Coupons Given on Ac counts paid by the 10th of the month PHONE 57 Darby & Willeford Grocers HEREFORD CHILD DROWNED IN A WATER TROUGH T. R. Williams, one of the big wheat growers of the Ab-rnathy eountry, was here Friday. Mr. Wil-i liaros is very enthusiast!? about the possibilities ft that country beeom- ing an oil field, and is not liking in those qualities that produce real boosters. Hereford, Texas, Nov. 24. The two-year-oid son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Morgan, living 17 miles south east of here, was drowned today, when he fell into a watering trough. The child wandered from the house and fell in the trough nearby, and was dead befurt he was missed. T. G. Shaw and family ' returned Monday from llrenham, where tney' spent two weeks with Mrs. Shaw's' niother. Mr. Ross Mitchell has returned to his home in llill-boro, after vutiing fi lends in this riiy. John Kuni was here from bis farm near Khallowater rriday. G. E. Lock hart, of Tahoka, wss here Friday. J. T. Street was here from Little field riaturday, sccompanlitl by Mrs. W. G. (Street. If. N. Hmith was hers Saturday from his farm northeast ef U. J. O Hopkins, of A i gust, Okla homa, was Lars iUUrdej M. Sowder was here ba'i rdsy from his fsrm near IdaUu, Stiompanled by bis son, J. N. tiuwder. frank Jarred wss here Friday from the Vaughn Dairy, northeast of towa for supplirs. Mrs Goorg f. Smith wss here Friday and bsturdsr froia Leveland. C. II sad t H Williams were kev fiwas Abernathy kriJay. Pure East Texas Ribbon Cane Syrup Guaranteed. Well cooked, bright and good flavor. )6 per case oi aix ten pound buckets. F. O. D. Ml Ver non, Tesaa. Send check or f O. Money Order to L B. Newberry Ml Vernon, Tea. F.. It. Ptons, of Abernathy, a here Friday. . C. n. Uurnelte, f l.lttlifield, was here Saturday, tranaatting busineae. Free Al West Teaas Urn. Fertiliser for gardona, beny palch , and yards. tl i Dsn Cuuk was kers Friday tmi Abrnslhy, louking after Imata Miallera