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TIIF. t.tmnOCK AVAI.ANCHF.. TtODAV, MARCH 7, 1912.
N MILADY'S REALM Phone U IIV MHS LJI.niH A. KM- lletlilenee III Kmirtrinih M. I I M intlon In the oily looking toward a Mf ill ion of thin matter. A nominating rommttiee wn ap pointed to submit name for the annual election (if officer scheduled fur next meeting tlide, the first Sat urday In April nncl it I hoped thiit a full 4i ifrxlunre will be out Mt Unit time. A though for todny: No star Is ever lout wc once have Horn, We always may he what we might have been. Proctor. 24-42 Club The 21-42 Club met at the home if Mr. Walter Posey on Friday af ternoon with Mr. Klctt a assisting hoKtes. A dainty mind course i nerved to the following ladies, at the conclusion of the game: Mi dames M. K. Men ill, G. C. Merrill, Jed Kir, F. W. Hoerner, Neil Wright, A. H. Conlev, K. Conley, J. T. Krue. pit, C. M. Uallingcr, H. A. Duvidson, R P. Bobbin. W. O. Stevens W. R. Spencer, Ed. Rohinon, K. Wolffurth Maple Wilson, Kiml.ro. Cosby, Ma.it, Johnson, W. H. Atkins, MaiMgcn, Cole, llilburn. Lubbock High School Music. De partment Junior and Senior Entertain. It in with pleasure that announce ment I made of the various ,'uiivi ties of our High School, and a re. fpiost i ninde that all items of chord interest, in dub or social matters, nnd general 'h"o new, will be promptly reported to 4.r-.l, o that the school nnd all that per tain to school happenings, nmy re reive the deserved place in this column. Homo Ionging (Jlidyao Murphy. Vocal Solo, Illue Delia Nellie Lok- nnrchelln Modello Simpson. English Dance. I.ady Hetty Mary Ionise Middlcton. LiiHt Saturday week thu dram ninr School student gave a prop-ram at the Huptl.it church as fol low: Part One In May Alice P-nrr The Robin Virginia Murray Tea Party March ......... Elizabeth Adam , (a)"Seissor Crinder (b) S Saw.. Elizabeth Corner Sing Robin Sin Edna Park Aeroplane Galop Louise Wolffarth Ride a Cock Home Evelyn Wilson March of the Gnome Maurine .viimcnn Elf Story .. Margaret Conner In Spring Time Virginia Rneon Part Two To Snrinir Pekie Vallet .. On the Stair.. Farewell to the 'hintr. nr.el Martin l.ui'ile Munley Vita Moore Alp ...Luciln i'ayne Edith Hick One of the most deliKhtful musi fnl affair that ha ever been given In Lubbock, wn that of the Recital, piven recently bv the Junior find Senior of the Music pepartment, nf I.ubhoek Hieh S"hool, at the I'resbyteriun ehur h. The program wa presented by the Senior stu dent, while the Junior received the patron, to whom the invitations were extended. This recital wa the firt of the kind in the history of the school nnd the stdendid success of the evening, and the appreciative comment of those pre-ent, together With the interest ami co-operation of tudent and tcie hrrs, ha re united in the plan of making these recital an unuuiil affair in Lub bock. Mis Edith Wheelock rend an in teresting pnper on the life of God owsky, and the musical program riven wa a follow: iano Solo (Concert Waltz) Wil- lett Waters. Tiano Solo, To Spring l.nlii penham. "Bnrtlctt," dm'UHsed Wheel, .ck. Piano Solo from this Waltz Alameta Murray Piano Solo. Cam i' c Margaret Robbin. Vocal Solo Mis (iarri-on. A aeries of recital have been given and last Saturday afternoon at 3;I10 the Mth and iMh grades gave the following pngtani at the I'ap tist church: Song of the Ploiighmai - Vuginiu Conley. I .a (iond'ila Annett Ilus.-ey. Hchirt zo ' ei na W ilsoti. A Sht I ards Tab -- 11 ludyse pcmi. The I'.uttci fly- I r nut Palrynipir. Valse I.e (ice Virginia llii-ily. farcies and Free --.Iomi1 I.u Vance. by (iricg,--by Edith com poser lirilliante it t , v... i. i.-..ri;,. I'.llllf HI ,nr i inn Mary Low ISayles Moonlight o nthe Water . . pori Ilaugh Rereeiese . F'ay Hunt Spinning Song .... (Jeorgia Ilufstedler l.uhbo. k Civic Club The regular meeting of the Lub bock Federated or Civic Club met in the Justice Court room Saturday afternoon with but a mall part of 'the membership present. The mem bership of this dub is made up or two representative from each Lad le Club in the city and their work i purely of a civic nature for tho good of 'Lubbock a a town. It wa reported that a large number of the member were out of town. After dis 'iission it was v ted to affiliate with the State Federation of ilubs in this district and in this wny enjoy the assistance of that body of organized clubs. The ninny problems connected with the boy and girl question in Lubbock were dis ussi d, centering around the need of an auditorium, or meeting place for them, ef suit able rending mutter both in the way of magazine nnd a library where good book could be had, and direct lion of their piny, and activities out of school periods. The only practical solution that seemed to be possible wn the play ground director for another year and the problem of financing this work wn gone into. The Chamber of Commerce Secretary, in discuss ing this matter, pledged tho full support of the Chamber of Com merce, Rotary and Kiwani Club to tiny movement looking toward the proper direction of the boy and girl movement and outlined the Com munity Service Plan a in effect at San Ang'bt and other sta'e towns. It i very evident need that must receive the attention of this cily. What is to be done with and fur our young people d irieg the years betwein early childhood and y.iiifig man and young womanhood? A committee is to be aopoiiped to confer wuh the different, organi- Mrs. A. L. Kirkwood, of Lubbock, entertained the cast nf character in her recent play, the Old Fash ioned Mother. On Saturday even ing, Man h fourth, at the beautiful home of Mr. and Mr. (,'. L. Mill", the house wn rozlly heated nnd beautifully decorated with frrn and pot plant. Table Were arranged for progressive forty-two anil the older couple enjoyed forty-to, while the voung set reveled in other games ami mimic and song. Among the number wn a sweet, benutit'ul Solo by Mrs. Holland and several Saxnphone duet, nccompMiicd ly Mis Clark and after the very en joyable and delightful evening wa spent Mm. Mill, the hoste and Mr. A. L. Kirkwood, cn. hostess, assisted by Mr. Holland, Mr. Jen kin, Mrs. Harkham erved a delic iou course of punch nnd cake to Mr. and Mr. J. II. Jenkins, Mr. ami Mr. Holland, Mr. and Mr. Henry Ault, Mr. Rarkham, Mr. T. J. Moore nnd daughter. Neita, Mi s- Xrepnha Clark, Alva Mcllride, Irene Kirkwood, Mis Adam, Mr. and Mrs. Rnmond Levy, Mis Lois Mill, Mr. Ray Allen, Lester Miller, l.onnie Montgomery, Mr. West, Pen Pixou. At the end of this most pleasant evening spent, Mrs. T. J. Moore rave a very touching and beautiful farewell talk to the honor guest, Mrs. Henry Ault, win i leaving for San Antonio nevt Tuesday. Con t rihutcd. Another thought Your Home of lUpninet Tuke what Cod gives, O heart of mine, And build your home of happiness. Perchance some have been given more; Put ninny have been given less. The treasure lying at your feet, Whose value you iut faintly guci, Another builder, looking on, Would barter heaven to posse. Have von found work that you can do? Is there a heart that love you be-t? is there a spot somewhere raited home Where spent nnd worn your soul mny rest? A friendly tree? A hook? A Song? A dog that love your hand' caress? A store of health to meet life's need'1.? Oh, build your house of happiness! Trust not to-morrow's dawn to bring The dreamed -of Joy for which you wait; You have enough of pleasant things To house your soul in goodly rate; To-morrow Time' relenllese stream May bear what now you hnve, away Take what. Cod gives, I) heart and build Your houe of happincM to-dnvl Illy IS. Y. William, Lailie Hume Journal ) AT THE CHURCHES Announcement I made that the Junior of the High School will give n piano recital in the near future. Exact date will be given later through these column. The I'arentTeacher Association will meet for their regular busmen iliscin son in the (ieo. Hunt S dool liuibhfig, March It at '1 o'clock. Thero are matters of special interest to come before the meeting and all member are urged to be pie.ent. C. ANOTHER CAR POULTRY WANTED Wc will pay the following prices for poul try beginning Friday, March 10, until Sat urday, March 11th: Hens, per tb 17c Fryers ,2 1-2 lbs and under, 17c Lot us have all the Poultry you have to sel as we believe this will be our last car at this price. RUCKER PRODUCE COMPANY East Side Square T. CRAWFORD IN RACE I OR COUNTY CLERK In tins i-iMie of the Awilanthe will be found I be name of (j. T, Craw ford, who becomes a ' nadiil.it for the of t'e e of County Cletk, subject to the action of the Pemocratic rn mary. Mr. Crawford has an an i nuiiiH ement t'l the voters of this county in another column of thu ! paper which in a most favorable in ' troiluction of hi (purification or 1 the office to which he aspire, and ! he Will be glad for you to look thin letter up anil read what hi former employe have to ay regarding his qualifications. Mr. Crawford moved to Lubbock 1 county, in the fall of 191ft, and lo cated in the Canyon community, ; where he had been stock-fanning, 1 and is considered one of the most substantial, reliable citizen of that community. Prof. Roger Purges superintendent of the city school of Merkel, Texas, drove through from there Iriday evening, to spend the week-end with home folks here, and with old hool day friends at Canyon City, lie re turned to hi work Sunday night, j Scratch pad for sale at thl office UMirtitiiiiittiiiiifiMiiitniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiittiti(iitiiitiinii rfilllifiiiiiitililiiifiifiiifiiiitifiifiiiiiiiiirirtL: JUICY, SWEET MEATS The fattest young cattle bring to my market the choicest meats you can buy. Just phone in your orders and we will deliver them promptly And besides, I appreciate your business. Phone three-four-Oh! SID CAR AW AY-the Butcher li!TMmimmmmmMiimimHiiHiimtin?niii!iMniiimi : : O . r V Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y V Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y V 5 GINGHAM SPECIAL y--ji.Jrr:."--iv&iA s '. ""f'l. tilil'lm V 1,1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 J f! ' !2.ric (lingham now 4.rc (iingham now "Tic tiingham now 19c 59c Continues for balance of week. Our shelves and counters are piled high and you will be able to find just what you want. Prepare now for Spring Gingham is the most popular cloth and both pattern and colors are in spiring aid to creation of Spring cloths. Buy now and Save. 19c lGc 13c New shipment of pretty patterns of best percale, only Rest Cheviot only Romper Cloth only J I."') Silk Tissue now 89c Pretty new good coming every day. Visit our store often. WE GIVE DOUBLE STAMPS EVERY WEDNESDAY Barrier Bros. Dept. Store DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE Save Gold Bond Saving! Stamp Barrier Broi, Martin & Wolcott, Sid Caraway. Poultry 5 how and farmer Short Course, Lubbock, March 20-21, ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y f v t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y RibU Confarenre Rrn Mundar The Hible ronfereticc, at the Rapt 1st Chnr'-h, began Monday morn ing with an address by lr. II W. Virgin, of Anuirilb). Ir. irin will speak twice daily until W ! nesday nirht, using as his general subject, "The IScginiiiiig of 'I lungs. " Those present Monday riiornmif were inspired and thrilled by tne great mesage a it carried u back to the fundamental things of the christian faith, as revealed in the Hook of t.cncM. Thl Is a time when christian people need especial ly to rtvnme the foundation of things and be able to give a ren'on for the faith they hold. Other speaker Will follow Ir. Vugin throughout the week, and a cordial invitation is extended to all to at tend these service., 10 H, C llllll 7 :'!U p. m. being the hours. Rupert of Sunday' Service Service last Sunday were riot up In their usual Ktiiiolnnl. Kolh Sun day S- liool and pica long attendance riot lip to the usual stand. trd. We wi.nil, r if the sand storm had any thing to do wi'h it We have an iilcU We lilul tier bi'fill to H . ' j ,' I'lirnlvi to some Mnlilin iifnl n il a li ui'i l l,c i' plcaiuit i hoiig.'s in li e wcn'her, for the-e chances may hapi'in to cooio this way lining tb pevt mty days. Cumhfrland1 Preabylrrian Churt h Sunday si hool progressing nieely, with Mi prcMOil, i Mi-nt. Li jI interesting lesson with Mother I ar hart's class in the lead. Morning Service: A goodly num ber of children present, where were your parents? Scripture: The en lire Sixth Chapter of 2ml Cor. was read. Text : "Lovest thou more than Me?" Thinking Thoughts; "The Ievil has hi hold on those that shoot crap or play card in the form of hiifh society ciri li of the church," "To be a Christian be for everything in Lubbock that the Ilcvil i against, and be against everything in Lobboik that the Ilcv il i for." "Are you laying your boilv on the alter for Cod'x Serv ice! using a chart to il!itrnt". Word", action., thoughts, liiatn 'er ami hearts were enumerated to be wat. hi d. Matt. 'J I : ::j.H. wa the si rintiire rend Ver-e 4 1 H' r. mg as a text. Watch, therefore fur ye kni not what hour your I-ord doth come. Thi exhortation to Christian occurs very 'fter n var lotis form of expression. 1 Peter, 5: K gives reason for wad hmg .e sober, be vgiliirit; be ntie your ad versary the ilcvil, as a roaring lion, walketh about m ,-kitig whom be may devour , ( hri't gave as a reason for rommnndii g us to alh be cause of that day and that hour knowesth rm man. We are not com manded t" wat, h the devil or each other, but ourselves. Kpt 4: 2'.l. l-t no evil comni'Hie at ion r h eecj out of your month, .las 3. 'I. If any mini offend not in word the same is n perfe I man and h!e als'i to bridle the whole lmy !y -tion, also are we weighed, Rev 14. llles.ed are they that do h' com initfiibiicnt't, ttiut they may have a rurbt to the tree of ,fe and may en ter in thru the gate into the r it y. Thoughts are to be watihed, a a ptan thinki t in his heart, so i he. Character i whut. we are in Cod Mlhi, so We sh'i id be wa'ctiful here, more con ern d linn bv man' Jnilgilicnl :. A!o We should keep f -r out If the toe ; the t lie In art u ii h ail d .lil'eri' e i f it ate the issues of life, "t i'"l,l'i ! Slli'V'itl ," mere ep "i.ircil; if n IS lie. I ' r cntany b d it ni'i c.sury for Wei, of I h r il th'i'l f ll'h- 1 K the d; ttle Si rit ore : 2nd. "Imperial among ignt Jse rv i' e : Cor. 1 I : ".'ii. Text fale lirethren." .Some folks were missed in both services, and you missed two real (r,,,.rl '-rmoiis delivered bv Lro, J. F. Eakcr. Natarena Church Our Slimmer Meeting We have arranged tu have our Revival Service at the Church of the Naarene, I.ul.Vnk, Texas, July 7-17, l'JT. Kvangelist Rev. Allie and Emma Irick the Evangelist emdoyed for thi meeting need no introduction to the church-going people nf Lub bock and vicinity, a thee Evange lists held the meeting for us last year and quite a number of good people here gladly heard them and we are sure yon will be delighted to hear thym again. Rev. Allie Irb k made a tour around the world a number of year ago. lie ji the Iitri't Superintendent of the Ham lin Ii!rht, Church of the N'arn r ne, and he and bis good wife are among the leading Evangelist of the L'nited Stat,.. We cordially In vite you to attend all thee service. "Come over and heln tis," help o'ler and get helped. A hearty w I ',ine await yon all. Y'"irs in Hi Serviie. REV. W. B. PINSON, Pator. holiest men, David, v l .i t man. S dorr the hi Met ii, .in, I how i"iii h r i'ire i n a h'i"''lc fn'l iw !! to wa'. h, Hi v. " : J". II f'i) u n' il ill i' h n ml I v. a rri.ti n i i life An ap'U i mtive iiolicme heard I'.ro. Smi'h at th evening hour. Arinwer, "VS'hy send for Piter," a a sut jei I. It wn shown that Corn elms ni a child of Cod under Patriarchy, the unwritten law of the Cent lies, that he v at not amen able to Judaism, wlib h hud parsed away 7 yar before. That to be come a Christian he must do the same things an alien sinner wa comrniind"d to do. Peter must tell him this iriteud of the angel, be lause Christ had given this author ity to carlhern vchm Is, 2 Cor: 4-7. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT The following parties a'ithorli the lacing of their tiaric in this eoluma 'or the various offnes, vibjeel to b Di inocrat le Primary, in July, aed sk a favorable convijcra' ion of their -lainii, . For Coast? Jut(ai P K. IlkOWN, Lubbmk, ( Re-elect Ion I I). W. PICKETT. Lubbock For Cl-rh ef 7h Didrirl Coarti I. OI'IE K. MdOltE. For Count f Clerki II. v. KTIUtrS. I ubhork. (;. T. CKAWEORD. For Sharif fi C. A. IIOI.COM B, LuLhock. Re-election JOE W PERKINS, Lubbock. H. t. Tt'HbS, Lubbock. P. H. PENNEY. LubbfM-k I. J. OSItDliNE. S. 'I 21: Pad. IV, 2- Senior Epworth Prrgram for Mirch 12. Totie; IJHbits, Oooil and Li ader - A ritiel t 1 1 u. y. fig. iniliirii reMdifiis irftv Hi b. X. 21-2'. - P.y Leader. What i Habit? - Evelvn W ilson. The Power of llnbit I.ois Tubbs. Inue'erate Main's -Mi Rhea. The Dinger of II.tI.it .Mr. King. Solo- Mole Ottingcr.l Wl.it tu d.j vi'h our Time -Mr. Doogla: s. Kong. League lli r.e.lii 1 ion. Chnrrh of Chrlat The interet in the study of the Pible continue to grow. Quite a few eame with perfect lesson. 178 were present. At the hour for worshin, Br. Smith spoke on the auhject: "YVaUh" Firtl Preitylerlan Sunday Si hool wn well carried on, fifty-eight of the eighty mem ber having attended, even If the wind did seem to invite or"! to stay at home. Rev. Dr. Purwcll j reai hej both morning nnd evening to !ar?e con gregation , nnd the member re gretted very inti'h to kn'W hi last S irnlay wi s spi rit In I bbork, a h is making preparation t' re torn to hi home at Dallas, and Rev. .!. M. fewi-i, the new patnr will be here in lime to conduct the next Sunday' service. He will be a ronifanied ty hi we and little rlaeghter who will receive a hearty wcl'ome into the social at I religion life of Lubbo'k, md Rev. Lewi will meet wi'h courteous assistance from the alert members of that rhttrrh. Dr. Rirwell ha made mmy friend both among the mrmberhip of the rhurrh and among the bui ne and professional men of Lob bo. k, having; taken an actire part in the businesa men'e work, and as sisted ith the xarinum protrama In which he wm in.ited to prtii i; ate. For T Colleetor- SAM SPIKES, Lubbock. TONY Q. DYESS. Lubbock. A J CLARK. l.ubb.Mk. ANSv;l. HINE5 Lul Imm k. for Ts A.t.'ir I! C. IIL'RNS, Lubbock. I'.e. election A. P. JONES. Lubbock. For Countr Swoerjnladent I r , R II Y.NES, Re-election ( I ul ll.M K I For Covnty Cnmmiat inner. Pro. 1 M. M. CRAWFORD, LubU-k Re-election. J. II. I1CRR0UCII3 County Coftwniisioner, Pre. No. 3l R N. WHEELER, Idalou, Re-electon. For Commiationor, Pra. No. 4l j. c. Shaw L. C. DENTON. For Jmtira nf ls Paa'a, Pro. No. 1 1 J WESLEY SMITiI (Reflection) For Ju.tna of lha Pr--a, Pro. No 1 1 J. II. RirilARDSON'. For Public Wei.er, Pre. No. t. C T. JACKSON. Lubbock. (Re-eleeti.ml. .1. E. prVPAc?, I.ublioek. T. W. Mi NEEI.Y, Lubbock. For Public Weigher, Pro. 3, (Idalou) J. D. ECCITT. CITY OFFICIALS For Maaori PERCY SPENCER. J. T. INMON. Comti!tiontr, N. Ii L. II. SIMPSON. If. C LOVE. Commistineor, N'v. 2i J. (I. JONES, J. R. PRY OR. Commitfiniier, No. 3: CEO. C. WOI EFARTIT, J. A. PHILLIPS. Cominiisionor, N, 4i W. S. POSEY, HOCKLEY AND COCHRAN COUNTIES! For Ta Assessor i W. C. ERAZIER. LEONARD C. TOW. For Shariff anj Ta Cntlaclorr J. A. STROCD. (re-election) He leave LnMwvk wi'h the highest esteem and mot reverent prayer, nf the Lubbock people. IT. I Parker, boildinf eontractir of Fort Worth, waa In the city a 1m dayi lt week, lookinf after buai. neat ia his tin ef work.