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THK LUBBOCK AVALANCHE. FRIDAY. AUGUST II. 1922.
ABERNATHY NEWS FROM Tl IE REVIEW A very quiet wedding took place last Sunday afternoon when Minn Edith Crow was united in marriage to Henry llarru! by Kev. J. T. How II. The ceremony took place at the irids's home In the presence of a few friends and the immediate fami lies, of the bride and groom. Miss Crow is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Crow and a very attractive and accomplished young lady, with many friends in the neighborhood in which she live and a large number in Abemathy. where aha graduated from the high school last year. . Mr. Harrol in the oldest son of Vf. A. Harrol one of our substantial citizens. He is a young man of ir riaproachaMe' cthanler and standi Jigh in this community with Jbs many friends who wish for .him and his new bride a hnppy home. The conn e left immeaiateiy ai ter the ceremony for a week's travel J take the position ns English teacher lefore settling down in the love nest and foot ball coach in the Lniver that the groom has prepared for . sity at that place, the little wife. l B. Cray returned Monday from a three weeks' trip to his old home r T Tl C.ntsner .Lutheran m n ooo later from Kress, preached a very interesting sermon .Sunday alter - 1 nn LI will delivered and in- fral.lc of hi time here. He says after which they will go to Las Veg first to lis 6 The cond.tions in that country are notas as. N. M., for a few weeks outing tcresting from first to last . Ihc he hft9 thorn needing in the mountains of that locality. End for him to prVach in AbVrn.-1 there as they do here, and else thytwo Sundays out of each month. , n" rnnm,r . . fnmiv arrived . . , t l .L.l . L - V ., We also unuersinnu mm inu ini-n.ovi .""".i.'.' . - ia - loan to the members lor building'.""".' ' r rr.' .. churches where it is needed und i where they can furnish a lot. , . , outcome of the senatorial run-off on riainvtew is making arrange-, thp o,.fh h,,two,.n Mayfield nnd For ments for a very creditable fair the , on Sonle t.Iilim a victory for last three days in September. It ; one anrt ,.,)me, for the other. Our to be an exhibit of various kinds c.f ,,,s is t)mt Mavfield will have a farm products, livestock nnd style mjritv cf about' fift.OOO. While he show. The agricultural display, the i our choic.,. but between the style show and merchant s both will . tw() (ivju W(, tak(, thp pvpt,.i be held in the auditorium w-hile the c G 0ootlmnn returned from his stock show will be held just across rnnrh jn Terry counly Tuesday af from the auditorium w here pens wi tpr spt.ndin)j a few .jays there in be provided for all stock that will , tm condition!, 0f thing. In be on exhibit. It is planned to havel kin)r of r(tin8 Mr Goodman says a musical festival with radio con- . ht gnow,.r!,' cxtendi'd all the certs in the auditorium and many ' other attractions will be secured to bring lurge crowds to the capital city from all parts of the country. S. W. Smith, secretary of the school hoard, is in receipt of a letter from Miss Audry Criswell, tendering her j rt.p,,rts coming in from there, the resignation as one of the teachers , meeting is proving a great success in the si hnol here fr this term. She ,,n, some very interesting sermons ffives a her reason that her mother , nrv being preached by both minister, is in bad health and feels that it is Mui-h good is expected to come from her duty to remain at home with ! this revival. her. Her place will be filled by j T,(,v j w rn(. n( wiftf ,.1me Miss Gladys Pickens of Mullin. I in M,HV frm ,hir hrve in Bur Texas, a friend of Miss McDonalds' j rt)in K t nn( is sp,.n.ling a few and who comes well recommended (,(VS n Ah,.,-nnthv looking after as a teacher of wide experience in ! r).u, estate that Mr. Cone recently school work. boticht three nv'es northwest of i town. Mr. and Mrs. Cone are very The Muthoilisr. revival that has ; w,. p(.iied with this country and been going on at the tabernacle here : (.specially with their recent purchase, for the past two weeks closed Sun-; TH1 4.(":(or,i j rompBnv with Mes duy after a very successful meeting. , sr .-,.M.t s,..uz Hnd (i'ubert. made There were some, conversions nnd a ( B sh()rt lllsjn,,JH fnp to Lubbock number united themselves with the; T(.w),iv n( jn. idcntlv took in the church during the me-ting. Rev. ; ,, ;,, Lubbock and Ahi- Howell preached some fin- sermons ,n ( hUi , arir(. ortr during this revival and the seeds ; .ir n sl .,.,1,,.,, Hn, blanks for both sown will spring up and r.ius.. many f fh), Ab).Vni,thv gins, to pause and think of their way- , , , . ; K i',,1P placed wardness in their preset.t and future life. The coal dealers of Ahernath" are not lagging in getting in their winter supply of coal for their cus tomers and it is being taken out about as fast as it arrives. Several are taking advantage of this opportu nity and laying in their winter PICTURE FRAMING By Men who are trained to do their work as it should be done. RIX'S Big Spring, Lubbock To the Public I have closed the Sanitary Market and now own the Sid Caraway Market locat ed in Martin and Wolcott's Grocery your patronage appreciated. "Service nnd Quality" our motto H. W. Phone fL' 1 fuil while it i to be had. Should the afrikc continuo much limgfr. there might be a coal famine ir. Abemathy. The Review is In receipt of a weekly publication printed at Howe na, Texan, with the name fo Rob. E. Downey at its mart head as owner. It will be remembered that Mr. Dow ney once published the Abemathy Nreeze at this place which was an up-to-date, breezy weekly. The pa per he is now publishing at Row ena has the ear marks of Downe's old time breeziness of a regular newspaper. Robert Robertson, bother of Mrs. George Ragland, is here for a few ilnv visit. Mr. Robertson has been attending the State Normal at Fay ettevilla. Ark., and is now on his vm-ntinn. He will return in Sep tember to Fort Smith where he will " """"S11" . " " . -m. . . i.' g M.. - - '' .."in d - - -- - . ,, , i. t&. . o is r u "u" 1,1 " "" supeTinn'nueni. Considerable speculation as to the ...... u r nr . h e went but were very light and done but little good in the way of stock water and to the grass. Rev. J. T. Howell began a meeting it the Lake Side school hoii-e last Sunday, assisted by Rev. Davis. From n advertisement in the Review to he run two weeks want a man and wife on his ranch. After the paper was ont two days, we got notice to stop the nd as the place had been filled nnd was not neees'try to run ; longer. It pays to advertise, j F. 1'. Scott and son were in Aber i r : ' i v Fr'dny from Berleson emin'y, I prospecting on the South Plains. They have traveled oer a geat j deal of the country but are better 1 pleased with this immediate section than any other part of the Plains, i J. M. Williams and his three sons, 1 Grady. Earnest and Bryant, left last iweek for Northeastern New Mexico on a prospecting trip. If they find I something to suit they will proba i bly locate. j T. B. Stone has been busy the past two weeks overhauling and put I ting into first class shape, his gin, ' preparing fi f:1the pinning season ! which will begin about the first of October. Alyen Crow and family from Sla ton, brother of E. E. Crow, spent Sunday here and attended the wed ding of their sister Miss Edith Crow, who was married Sunday afternoon to Herry Howell. C. J. Felmont has his gin building about complete and will be ready fr the machinery, which is expect- VII Hfl.V Uiy. Wll H- ....in of installing it will begin and will Sim ntl have everything In readlne for this rin' cotton crop. Rev. J. T. Howell began a Pro tracted meeting at the Lake Side school house hint Sunday night. The meeting Mill last one week and may lie lunger. Charlie Daniel and family are here from their home in Wellington, visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Daniel. Mrs. lla l.cgg and son Eugene, left Monday morning for a few week' visit to Mrs. Legg'a father who live near Dublin, Texas. Mr. J. M. Fitzgerald and family are visiting her parents this week at I'lalnview where they have moved recently from Siloam Spring, Ark. Mr. and Mr. W. M. Simpson, par ent of Mr. E. E. Crow, left Sun day for their home In lilanket, af ter a few days visit here. Will I'carce and family left Mon day for Fort Worth where they will mnko their future home. Miss I'earl Robinson of Lubbock visited at the home of her sister, Mr. Fritzgerald Friday and Satur day. Charlie William made a business' trip to Lubbock Monday. M. Z. Holland was a business visi tor to I'lainview Monday. Chas. Schler of l'ctersburg, and Miss Constance Iverson of near Abemathy were guests of Mis Grace Evan Sunday. Rev. and Mr. J. H. Hunt left last Thursday for Canyon where they will attend the Baptist Encampment, Mrs. Minnie Lee Hester return ed to her home at I'lainview Mon day after spending several days in Ahernathy visiting friends. . Mrs. N. (. Arnold was in town Saturday getting price on lumber and building material for a new home to be built on their block of land in the south part of town. They expect to start opemtions on their new home at an enily date. J. L. Crow of I'lainview ' visit ing relatives here this week. Auhry Hardest)' was a Lubbock visitor Tuesday. E. P. Crow left last week for a few days visit with hi son and friends in Brownwood. .Mrs. .1. R. Harrol and daughter, .Miss w limn, accompanies, uy .iiis) Wilma Finch, attended the Baptist! Encampment at tanyon the past week. RALLS Rati Banner Miss Bess Johnson has returned from a .initarium at Lubbo. k, and she and her mother are nicely domi i iled in one of the Hinson hoicc. 'Albert Lockwood has returned from the Lubbock Sanitarium where h has been durinir the pn! few weeks under titn'meiit for appendi citis. The Banner is c'''d to note lH;it he is mn h improved. We n-e inf"invd that there i h g .bolern on ihe farm-- of Mr. ( lark ni'l .ill- Strange. V - !-r-tand that thi'se gentlimen have sl ...... i... I ... . .',i h, .-H A 'nun as t'.e fli es e broke out Coun ty Agent .Jackson telegraphed to Ajst n for an expert in treat, ng the diTiis". He arrived Thursday morn ,ng, so we do not apprehend any r -utile from the epidemic. Mi Edna Birch, sifter of Mrs. ('. E. Dean, left Thursday after an . ended visit in Ralls for While . i . to visit another sister, Mr. I., vies. Mrs. J. Fj!d M -Laughlin an.) Mrs Dean accompanied her to Lub bock. We are requested to announce lhat Elder Chester A. St. ll will c.m iven. e a revival meeting at the Chun-h of Christ on Saturday be fore the first Sunday in August. Kveryb uly cordially invited to at eml. Elder Stell comes well re. -omm-ndi'ii as nn able expounder ( f rhe gulden truths. It is generally known, now, thut Troy Morris and Mis Irene Dean are married. In fact, they have been married about two months, but .n some way managed to keep it a se.-. ret until last Saturday, when see ing that there was about to be a revelation of same, they hurriedly boarded a car and made their way to Jayton, where they visited friends until Monday, when they returned home, and are now receiving the congratulations of their many friends. Mrs. J. H. Webster, who has been quite Kick for some time, has been growing gradually worse for quite a while, and last week it was de cided to take her to the Lubbock Sanitarium for treatment, and such was done. At this writing, we are not informed just how she is, but hope the is better. Mr. Igo and familv were here dur ing the week from La Grange visit ing at the home of Mrs. lgo's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Sherrod. Mr. Igo reports crop conditions in hs section about like they are here, with the exception of corn, which he says will average about 35 bush els to the acre. However, more rain has been general in his section than has in ours, which, of course has given greater test to the work of the boll weevil In commissioners precinct No. 1 Early I-ong received 8X1 votes and E. F. McElroy 3;l5, giving Mr. Long the nomination by a majority of 4'i votes. l'rfcinct 2; Croshyton, re nominated Ondy Woolen by a m,i oriiy of 21. In precinct No. H, (Cone) I.slie Ellis was nonunxifd by a majority of three votes. Roy Tdrell bad tin opposition in I'le -ro t 4. m il icecivi'd I I.I voter In I'le. Ill I I, W. A. Towllaend to iii .i.uS d bv a imil'i ity of tlnee ,(. In ll.C (lesdytoii pre lil V . I nile's iioniina'cd uvi r Frank Kipwud i by a I oliMilt Tel le in, i.l) 1 l.e L.ti.tut rev . l meeting il.-il S.iinl.iy ing'it. Niutviuu. I illV.'l -lolia Mllll lllMl'V I I'll .1 111 ,ol, 7 1 adili' ii'in t ,1.1.. foi for In,, it in, -' I .v letli i M.n.y y in . m one of tli t if tli "I n oil In l.e no i I . i, i; I. ..II. !, iv i , I .i i. no nib. it il U .,' nr I , k. in, ii I una n uili Mitk. FOR GOOD SCHOOL CLOTHING VISIT SCHOOL WEARABLES' HEADQUARTERS The starting of the school term is only a few days off- 4th prepare for it NOW. th. F.very d.iy mothers of boys, and high school lads, are solv ing their school clothing problem at this store. Here, they are finding exceptional values rin stylish, splendidly tailored suits DESIRABLE STYLES in GOOD QUALITY CLOTHING at LOWER TRICES. WOOLY BOY SLITS $6.00 to $18.00 VIKING HI SLITS $21.50 COLLEGIAN JRS. HI $26.50 to $29.50 We are also prepared to fit him in SHOES and FURNISHINGS. SHOES $3. $4. $5; CAPS $1.00 to $L50 SHIRTS $1. to $3.50; BLOUSES 75c to $2.00 BUSTER BROWN STOCKINGS. KNICKERS. TIES A visit to our store a personal inspection of our exceptional values will pay you well for the little time and effort involved. L. E. HUNT & COMPANY" MEN'S AND BOY'S OUTI TITERS " We will make right lh.it whh ,. not ,iKht" HiT'i t' have a?i to lnea'e in cmrloveil and nf'er that it ' n-n ir.e.l tlist a lioiie wmild he ne -m ary to do the work in, hence, then vva a meetinir of the line, lurs of the i ommen ml i luh Monday, the object hfinjr to a-iilt the fnim.r hiii'diivir the necessary hoiie f- ter consideralite dis-uion, and in order to pet the matter in concrete. from a committee consist inir cf J. V. .la. kon, r. li. nans nun . i . i Watkins whs appointed to lend their j aid in aitn g the faui'-ets Hi I Hi II work, and that the houe built i no ipie.it ion. OF SPECIAL INTFRFST TO EX-SERVICE MEN ! The following article, presented an Agent. Women's Clubs in the the Avalanche through lh? local various communities have endorsed Red t ro-s office, is especially iir.-;the movement to Install fine. In porfant to cx-servi. r men. and welcome of the communities petitions are glad to give it space in this is-1 have been circulated requesting the uc for their benefit, and advise tnat j Commissioners' Court to make the they take special notice of tach , appropriation. It was the purpose paragraph. j ln' Half County Federation of The Veterans' Bureau at the pres- j Women's Clubs to circulate such pe pnt time is calling particular i.tten- titions in each community, but it has tion to the following important ti ne I not been possible because of the limits: "All applications for vocational training under the I'. S. Veterans' Bureau must be received o:i or be fore Pec. 16, 19J2. Regardless of how worthy a cae a man may be, if he fails to apply in some way be fore Dec. lfith he will not be eligible for training. "All applications for compensa tion must le received within five years from date of discharge, un less the man has a Certificate of Injury, in which case there is no limit on the lime within which he may apply for compensation. The Certificate of Injury must be ap plied for within one year from date of separation from active service, or before August 9, li2. "There are no provisions for any benefits from the Government for any man who enlists after February , 1922." LUBBOCK MASONS ATTEND SERVICES IN SLATON MONDAY A number of the Knights Tem plar, Lubbock Commandrry No. 16, went to Slaton Monday to escort the Slaton lAdge A. F. A. M. in lav ing the corner stone to the magnifi cent new school building being erect ed there. After the ceremony was complet ed, the members were unhervd to the Slaton lodrf room, v li.rs a so ml hour was enjoyed, the mm 1,1 IS of both lodue taking advall tatf of the oppoi luiii'y to become In Iter acquainted ln their fellow loilyv nun. The building in iuetinn Is cer tainly a iiioiiuini-iit tu the progres .iviiie of tha Hatnii pci'lw. and men, hers f the bo al lodge apok hiiilily of b appearance! and a.ib- ,i , Iliy of Ihe bull. ling, declaring llmk Mil. .11 I Ukmg a fieal ieji f,.ivanl I'l pioVid ng adiopial edu ..illol.ul fm.l.lH-. f..f lui lapld lliiliaall.g p..puUlli. -Monday. Effort Beinj Made to Demonstration Agent In Hale County Proposition Submitted to Com. Court f, ne F;,w(ir,,. imirict Home pemonstration Alfent, will l in riHiiiview, Momlay, AKUt II, for the purpose of interviewing th i'mn- miamoners f'ourt rerardirff the in will he Muilation of a Home Irmontration Alfent for Hale county. Miss Kd wards conies at the reipit of a rr p renentative group of Hale ounty women. There is no doubt that th women nf Hale County really want ousy neapon. It would hardly seem necessary to speak of the nature of importance of the work, as probably everyone is familiar with it, but we can but add that the sight of boy and girls, men and women assembled at College Station last week for the Farmers' Short Coifrse, which, as Mrs. I'hebe K. Warner says, is the "Commence ment Kxercises of the Extension Workers," wss an inspiring one. There are girls and womea over the State who have never had the opportunity of attending a College of Industrial Arts, who have gone into the business of home making with no other preparation than they were able to absorb in their former homes, and with the good wishes of CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN FOR as anything could be. LUBBOCK IS NEEDED j ivoPi j,.. cI,.nlineaa in a tow. Those of us who have been Inter !" w" " ,B Individual, and any eated in th. development and main-! on ,,miI"r W'tth ten.nca of Lubbock with view of,0"' rtfU " 1 h'" 10 Jm,t having her keep her alaea among h" to. muck trash on . . . . .. , I the pavements. This article is cr- the most ttr.ct.v. and aubeUnUal. Uin,'y . critlclllrn, but towns in W est Texas have too many , to remind our people that moro good things to see In the way of rare should be taken of the streets, buildings under construction, streets It would require but little time for that are being improved, and other tho accumulation of trash that Has thing that are adding beauty to the blown In front of the door of Luh- tovni to desire to look for her faults, bock's business house to be removed but the f-. t that the atrerta of I. ub- and we are aure it would add great boi k need to be a great deal cleaner ly to the appearance of the town, than they are can not be overlooked. There are hundred of UiHts by anyone, and we believe that l.ub- going thru l uhhisk each day who bmk would please the tourists, w ho are going away from here with one pass over Ihe street daily to a kind of opinion or another about inn her digie if those stivita were Lubbock, and the tlung they see) not ao duty. v H i'i-sIh thit opinion. The main sir fit around Ihe let's nutke this town just a rtan blink are o liteially covrr, wnh a it deserve to be, and there will paMiili of paper, Ugar and cigar- I tn.lli.nif to uvake the turi..t dis ci la i il.l., tl i t . oil, lost, h .tuns, I niuiil I ul'h.i. k' rral worth. C1en and a thousand other un.iktitly par- j log the inl ie nv n t a small p.S li. ! that one vamiiit hli but oh- if svviv .ii" will (..in in Ihe Work, live ll.i'iii, and we believe that thsl s . I a I. ir.ii i ue than un two il l I I a. , 1 v al a li. i li. e ll I uli'mt k plgn WuulJ du fieal tiival u( g.iud. SOLVE THE BOYS' SCHOOL CLOTHES PROBLEM- BUY 'EM AT HUNT'S Install Home their families, which, however effi cacious, do not give any real in struction in the businesa of adminis tering the family income economi cally, advantageously, and artistical ly. The Home Iiemonut ration Agent comes to the home, and tearhea up-to-date methods in the prediction, preparing, and preservation of foxl. of making and making over besides the selection of clothing, and of house decoration, etc. Surely no woman in Hale county is a well a?ified with her methods of man aging a home that she is not eager to learn more. Surely ws want our girls to know as much about home making as girls in other sections of the State, and further more, we want them recogniied. We want a repre sentative team of rrl to go to Col lege Station nest year and bring home the prizes in Clothing Contests, firead-making Contest', etc. The Hale County Federation of Women's Clubs gave one of the pnxea tn the Clothing Contest this year, which is evidence of the interest they are taking in the work. Now let's have another exprvsaion of that in terest in a petition with a long list of names to present to our commis sioners court next Monday; let eeery woman interested find an opportun ity to speak to her commissioner be tween now and then, and let us have a representative committee to go with Misa Edwards to meet thou commissioners and convince them of the wisdom and economy of em ploying an agent for our county. Ahernathy Review. era