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i.urfeSg I'HOXE U Mitt Buna Sowtll Honored Satur day Afternoon Mrs. E. I.. Robertson entertained Saturday afternoon complimcntiiiN to her sister, Mis Buna So well of WaxahHchie. The furu inutinjr (rume of "42" mh indulged in. At the close of this (MiKhtful afternoon, Mrs. Robertson served a delicious luncheon of sandwiches,, olivet, crackers, salad, iced tea, and cocoa nut macroons. The following Ruest were pres ent: The honor tfuest, Milts Sowell, WE WELCOME YOU -Our stock is ready for your in spection and you will be delighted with the quality of our goods and our prices We want to meet you and will offer every courtesy in showing you through our store. TEXAS FURNITURE CO. "The New Store"' On Broadway, next to Hunt's Grocery. Minsi t Draithears, Thomas, Thurman, I'u.Iim.i f Am,. I in Ciiu-Hi-t. Lottie Mac C'owiirt. Annie Maud Cowurt. and MiCue. Everyone expressed them, selves as huvirifr a delightful time. Mrt. John Lemoad Entertained Saturday cvenine. September 23 Mrs. I.emund entertained in honor of Mis Buna Sowell. of axahnchn: The interesting game of "42" w played until a late hour, when me hostess served he cream and cuke to the following Misses Mury Mcadur, Mvra Stanley. Mi Cue. Maxey, anil Miss Sowell; Messrs. Ross and Owen MrWhorter. Georire Brewer and Sylvan Sanders. The young1 lady and Ken tie man holding hiirh score were presented wih beautiful bou quets. Mr. Koss Slew norler won high score for the men, and Miss Sowell won high score lor in. Indies. Miss Elizabeth Sowell left Friday of Inst week for Denton, where she will enter the Denton Normal. Mr. J. I.. Dow, of the Avalanche returned Saturday from Austin. Parent-Teachers Meeting. The first regulur meeting of the Parent-Teachers wns held at the Grammar School the second Thurs- gjap lTnd'se'y)I YOUR THEATRE WELCOME FAIR VISITORS TUESDAY Last Chance to See ZANE CRAY'S Story "THE LAST TRAIL" Just ask liny who saw this great Western Picture last night. It u the best thst has been in Lubbock this year Don't fail to see it today. also Mack Sennett Comedy, Ben Turpin in "LOVE AND DOUGHNUTS" , 6 i 8' t HI i r Art .v T Iti 6 ft-Sr Ah 1 WEDNESDAY One Day Only Richard Talmadge in u t a mw i mm CHANCE v. N f AT - ... r If you like thrills don't fail to see this wonderful picture. Dick Talmadge will thrill you all the way from New York to Mexico. Dick performs a multitude of agile hair-raising stunts nev er before attempted on the screen. also Two Reel Comedy THE ADVISER' Don't fail to see this great program at bargain prices. Adults 25c Children 10c THURSDAY What Would you do if you bad ont The Answer "THE GOOD BAD WW Sha's a joyous, trmpermental lady, that at times you would Mta to "!" Cut you love hrr withal." HuabaiwJa Wivts 5wthert Othrr Wives aa ail in terested in hrr. alto Luusslional Corned r "THE ADViSFK" PATHE NEDS day in September. There mvm seventy members and visitors prrt ent. A large number of teachers Were pre. i ill and thowed a very grati fying interest in the work. Mr. Du lro gave a very Interesting talk and he especially stressed the need of a new Ward School. Mr. Atkinson and Mr. Cishop made short talks. The I'arent-Teachers t'lub have a ktand at the Fair, and they will ap preciate the patronage of each and everyone. All of the money made will be ued for the benefit of the school. The next meeting of the club will be pontponed on account of the fair. Mrs. II. I Willcford left Friday for Abilene, to visit her purents, Mr. and Mrs. It. It. Kendrick. While in Abilene she will attend the West Texas Fair, which is in progress there this week. Herbert Stubbs, county clerk, is sued four marriage licenses from one evening at six o'clock until noon the next day, making it appear as though Cupid is on the job again in Lubbock county. During the summer months the little match-maker seemed to have forgotten his duty in this sec tion, as an average of only about three licenses were issued each week. AT THE CHURCHES Ladlei Mittionary Society "Through wi-dont a house is buil And by undeistnnding it is estab lished.'' Last Monday afternoon at 2:30. af the home of Mrs. J. .1. Richards, the todies of the M. E. Church were entertained by Me-dames Richards, Foster, S:nis I'eeMcr, Rylander, Ross, Stubbs and Royalty. Our lesson for this meeting w- iin N :ul ei vice - family Lite. Mrs. Geo. Wolrf.iith was leader of the devotional and read a UiM--scripture from Mark: ".It mis' Criter ion of (ircKtncss." Interesting paper ice were read by M Itaiigh iii'd f; i i i ins. Mrs. W. O. S'evms gave missionary news. After tins interesting froirram. the hostesses served the Indies with an , ed tea tourse of fruit salad, chiik n and pcrminto satidu i hes, t i mat. ves and peppers and iced tea. on social s'civ il.imes'Spen. er, us th Nrw Clai to Meet Monday The Study Clas whii h was oi gam.id two weeks :igo fur the study of Methodist discipline, with brother Ferg'ison as teacher, nnd Mrs. Coh as secretary, will meet next Monday ; afternoon at at the church and i begin the spidy on thiit day, v:'l. i the firs: l! " articles of "l aith," in ; our first lesson. Let all the ladie ' ef the ch'irch make a special ef- i fori to be present and eneonrae" our tea, her. "Hh (iod, who w''Ke-.t. hitherto, ' Workioi.' in nil we sic, Fain Would we be and bear sind '! As bi-r it ple-eh Tl'.ee. Oui skill of hard and strength "f ; limb. A i e not cur i ivii, hut Tku e. 1 We I nk them to the uank of Kmi Who iiuide all life divine." i A Great Sunday 5 . hool Clai Siinday School class o. J I, Fit -t Methodist church, l.ubboek, Texas, is perhaps the largest in the Northwest Texas Conference. This class ! composed of middle-aged women. There are two other classes of younger women in our Sunday si hool. The enrollment of the class is now one hundred anil forty! A few months ago there were ninety one present. Last Sunday ninety members were present ami the inn tribot or; was ten dollars and seventy-five eent. The class has more than doubled its membership this year and adds two members ea. h week. It is well organied anil en gages in all the class activities. I he class is taught by V. C. Rylander. He ih faithful and punctual. lake Wellington, he is fifteen minutes ahead of time. Me has been abroad, has read much nnd is a constant student of the Holy Scriptures. He knows how to teach a lesson, loves his work, is proud of his class ami appreciate the opportunity. As an all-round teacher he is in Clas- A, anil is perhaps at the head of tins class in Texas Methodism. Here is a great Sunday School class and un efficient teacher. C. N. N. Ferguson, J'asio, MethodUt The growth of the Sunday S b iol attendance is being stimulated by the i orttcst which is tin iittv , ii the l.ubboek and Am.iriSlo ehun l.c-. and we are glad to know tr.'.ii tep,,r' from the various class,.- are t,, t),e ires t that practicaby the enure membership is deeply intere-teil in the final outcome of the contest, eager to take the lead, and keep it throughout the contest. The contest which is on between boys anil girls classes of the Junior I'epartment is increasing interest in that department greatly, ami Mrs. Sims is to be congratulated fur the success of the contest thus far shown. Nest Sunday tells who has worked the hardest, anil we have inside information that the boy are going to make a favorable showing. I'romotlon time has also had great effect on increasing the rneigira of the rlun-ts in the Jiniiir depart ment the llielllhcls of huh ait' eiiirti to lake tlo ir plai e one t l,i-i higher the fiit .Sun, lav of neat in .Ml. U.'V f el glsoll's Ulit'lllig ell it- lo lie . '! I'l'iyi r MretniK al'elnl i l'i on edi , tel.ty evfiiintf wat t u ,n,r s e l a I I Hi' l,i I no t I iii(f a u I h g i eitt itltt.i, Mat rfijo)ed ll I-, ot .l.l lie i.l I i.h . i ll.Ml all ibilih lli.lnbiK Ukr an o.lit Hi ;lu pKtl i I II. h It ii 1 1 li wi iii, and U v . ftii)iA..o ii oil ll.e Jib ti lei Ibilll li.,n (l,.,l (a- l(vv Inn i"H at hi In ! In Ihn pulpit at luilh tiieio, and la ht.t I f .U til I 0 hi I'll w ll It I lit w HI llvlfld lltl Mgt gitnti II, till ttaelttt ' I v Ibt .l l I ) on ii i i . ,. d I i I I I i ! I ,'i i ii 1 1 1 t tin -4 al , l, llol, l.illl Itol.f il IVnt I4I1 1 V f my i J fa r V A 14 Ji.!. st . ! 1 i,lt.,. z7! !f- I'O; U I .!:-r S i a:.s i. hi. I'lLf 'IvlJ? Fair Time is Dress-Up Time You Will Get Clothes Service Here! In buyinpr Adler ColK'ffian Clotlies there assurance of satisfaction. These clothes, like most other lines we . sell, are nationally known for keei'intr you lookin.tr your best. When you buy nationally advertised lines, you buy merchandise that the manufacturer MUST stand be hind. He has a reputation to uphold. Furthermore, you are assured that the price is right and that you are getting: FULL VALUE for your money. BE FAIR TO YOURSELF DURING THE FAIR BY COMING HERE FOR YOUR CLOTHES New 2-Pant "AV00LY-B0Y" Suits for Boys, New "IDE" Collar attached Shirts, new "MALLORY" Hats, New "CAMPUS" Caps, New "NOTASEME" Hosiery. WELCOME TO L. E. Hunt & Company Clothiers. "We will make right that which is not right" inir up the tusk t hat wan before them nnd htdtl one of the most impressive services the laymen have conducted in some time. Some of the .eiiker were new in the work, but hope to become, efficient in the work, and show willingness to comteerate themselves to the great work th.it is before them. The Laymen have taaen con spicuous and worthy part in Lubbock county church work, and their efforta have been eneouraKed with the won derful results ralird. Rexirivr. SIDNEY MASON, A BROADWAY FAVORITE IN "THE GOOD BAD WIFE." CwmbarlaaJ Pretby tar iaa Clmrtk 'J here a an uniual la t iff at tendance at hiitolity St hool, anil ev ery one from the young-cat to the olile.it, aceincd to ink apet lul 10 ltlit III III, or her illicit. Hlollirr lldker tliliwieil lu en. client lie III. ill S ll11l.1V In btii ao.lii iii en, III fj t. Ilie thil.ll Wit Well fllltli. We inwle vuitoia ami iiai.tftii to 1 iilliu and Vlail Ii" llirl l alaays a wvliutni f.,i mi Id pt,i ui Me hat entile nootl tallica III he use fai nulling,. h a kii.l.111 tai.inil, Uititiitf and bhiaiir ialilta, .e kins' ilian'. t Nu lnnil.lu to h.iw unr a ind tt twiniiKie I i.IIIi4I., Ii , I 1,1 ll.llil III.'. II I I ll fik. i M J ll I 1 ll. b..i a". L Aiv. 1 if it The "Good Bad Wife" conUins sut h an unique and strikinfly origi nal plot that it would be an Injus tice to relate the theme, but it may be Hani that the producers have suc ceeded in creating a brand new type of screen heroine that it always con vincing in its fidelity lo human composition and always captivating in its surprising actions and atti tudes. That It is a character of un usual appeal to women la but stating a half truth, for it is equally ap pealing to men and children. "The t.ood Had Wife" is at the K. A K. I.indwy 1 hrette Thursday. (adv ) NOTICE TO lKUCK OWNf M On am 01 nt i f the f at t that 'i"J of il.c tiuika in operation In I ub Inn k ili nld williuol niofllcK, I l.ai iiiHuiUtl tii t M y Motor I'td it, man l.t te I lie 111 a leasoliabU 1. int anion vibe h In piopuly iuii llu ir ma, loiica bifuiw Mtuku.g any ai 1 vita On and afttr lite l.t day of th iol..!, In.'.', all liuika, aa tatll a tt. will i (in. id lu uU "M ui.illUit isiiloii it. a tily liiniu I ii It In V M'l M M, kl., .1, I ubbtii a, la li. on 11.I1 1 Hi 11 I ll fi)i I'ltataol I 'J- Uifc ll.. I I'l t. 1 t el ll R . FARMER- Our line of team Karnes, brid les, lines and collars will bear in spection. Come and let us show you our goods even though yoej don't wish lo buy. TEXAS FURNITURE CO. "Ilie New Store" On Droadwav, net! lo Hunt' Grocery. (ins Shaw, of the lamb Countf Men ant. In t'oiii any, of l.l.tli (11 hi. aa turn Kllday, ami St compaiileil Iba I nlilne k Inn. li i on the Julilof I liallil.t r nf t iiiiinit 11 a i itrali.lt. He tsaa "una of lha gang" front ttiy ligiiiitiiig t.f the lilp, and Km tlf iit sut girally applet laU'd lf hia ioii i i, ii.U title. Ili l We hake aoNie good saJ ill. I .mi in and ' look im mil Ilia i n.. aie n,'.ll lata Iklke luia I ii.t l an, nit ti"Sdaa, natl it II mi a in .it 1 1 1 I II tt.iy lithe in sute It Iho.k ai.. ..I lha t'.al .bulas.