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Merry Bidders Entertained Friday Afternoon One of th prettiest and most en joyed parties of the season was the one given bv Mesdames R. B. Hut chinson and V. A. Myrick, Jr., at the lovrly home of Mr. Myrick on lust Friday afternoon. The house was gorgeously ami beautifully decorated with a profus ion of rut flowers in varum colors. Six tables of enthusiastic players on joyed the gamv of "42.'' At the clone of the game the I'lub had a business meeting and elected officers for the year, which were an follows: Mrs. Temple Ellis, president; Mrs. Sam T. Davis, vice-president ; Mrs. K. Carter, secretary-treasurer. The outgoing ofTners were: Mrs. Charlie Middleton, president; and Mrs. F. V. Brown, secretary-treasurer. The out going officers have filled their office FAIR VISITORS WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO OL'R SPECIAL FEATURE SHOWING OF THE WONDERFUL EDUCATIONAL FILM "FASHION & HEALTH" Two reels of startling facts retarding Corsets. Millions of women are seeing it all over the country. Don't miss this opportunity. R. & R. LINDSEY THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK MCAFEE COMPANY Exclusive Ladies Furnishings New Prices : TOURING W How $550 : $525 ROADSTER Wa Now $550 : $525 SEDAN Wot .Vow $895 : $875 COUPE Hoi N $850 : $795 II F. H. PAYNE. Manager 1 phone n J ' 'i en i ptio'inlly 'i II hud the entire lub ik grateful t.i then. At the close of the afternoon tni hostesses served delicious cake and ire cream topped with cherries. Those present were: Mesdames An na Faulk, Ba-s Arnett, Rufus Rush, .1. I.. Htimson, Hal Bradley, (ienrge Woltfarth, Clifton Lindsey, K. 1. Norwood, C. K. Maedgen, Sam T. Davis, F. V. Brown, Sam Cooper, Temple F.MK I'.mch Arnett, K. Car ter, A. B. Kills, A. J. Manglesdorf. O. B. Trinkle, John I.emond. W. C Rvlander, Charles Middleton, J. R. Girmany, A. M. Allen, O. F. Sen sahangh. and the hostesses, Mes dames It. H. Hutchinson und W. A. Myrick, Jr. Circle Sixteen Forty-Two Club Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Montgomery entertained the Circle Sixteen Forty- New low prices effective today make Overland beyond any shadow of doubt the greatest automobile value in America. LUB-TEX MOTOR CO. TOW T" ' I'tb M'lii'luy evening The fol lowing iilaycd the every f a - luM'miC game of "12" until a lute hour: Mr unit Mrs. II. W. Sims, Mr. and Mi. () II. TiiiUc Mr. and Mr-. V. '. Kylander, Mr. and Mrs. Sum T. I.iw. Mr. and Mrs. A II Fill". Mr. and Mrs II. W. Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. i. II. Montgomery. Mrs. Klwm Wln elo, k and Dr Ferguson. At the (lose of the evening Mrs. Montgomery served dell, ious mince incut pie, topped with whipped cream and hot chocolate. The guests de parted at a Int.- hour declaring Mr. ami Mrs. Montgomery delightful entertainers. Miks Marie Jones of Dallas, is visiting her mother, Mrs. M K. Jones of l.ubho, k. Mr. J. B. Thomas from Slaton, w us in Lubbock M onila v, visiting with his mother, Mrs. A. K. rhomas, and sisters. Miss Olive Thomas and Mm. (I lod'.iirlit. Beautiful Art Exhibit Miss I. ill', Rushing, assisted by tho fifth, sixth and seventh grades, gave a beautiful a . ; exhibit at the Gram mar si hool Saturday afternoon from three to five o lock for the parents. The upper hall of the Grammar Si hool was very artistic and beau tifully deci ruled with a profusion of !'b ivi is end crepe paper in blue i n! whit -, wh: ' is the Giinunar . h-iol colon. I'p' n entering the mil, the fii.-l thing that enrght nut's at'entioi wi- a piety decorated boot- !n r.- seven. I girls , .esided rut tin- pnnih In v I and ci i was served. M:iny lieautiful and useful articles were on exhibit such as waste baskets, rnffir bakets of many different s'ybs, book covers for l.wib'k, receipe, joke, and .-cmp books, aivl many other avti les too numerous to mention. liiroiil'h the courtey of Miss Lot lie Mae Cowart, there was a number of beautiful hnnd painted china and l-ely hnnd painted pictures, the work of J. D. Jenkins of the sixth grade. Vutrola music was enjoyed throughout the afternoon. Quite a number of parents visited the ex hibit and especially the mothers. The art work done by the pupils was indeed a credit to them, and Miss Ku-hirig deserves a lot of praise for the interest she has manifested in her work along tins line. "STOP THAT ITCHING" I'se ISlue Star Remedy for Kc rems, Itch, Tetter, or Cracked Hands, Ringworm, Chapped Hands and Kie-e, Scalp Diseases. Old Sores, and Sores on Children, alo for Feet troubles. Guaranteed by LUBBOCK DRUG COMPANY. The latest Greek musical hit eema to be a Turkey Trot in Asia Minor. Manila Hulletin. See . W. Jolly for the bet giade Auto Tops. 57-tf Lubbock. Tata ML Amarillo Ranchman Missing And Foul j Play Is Suspected The mysterious disappearance of Arthur E. Stinson of the Stinson Cattle Company Monday morning, and the finding of his automobile Tuesday morning near the Ro k Is land i rowing east of the Great West Mill Klevator Company, with ron-1 siderable blood on the seat cushion, gives rise tu the belief that there has been foul play, according to information given out at the Sher iff's dep-irtment Tuesday afternoon. Texas Rangers, members of the Sheriff's und Police Departments and citizens of Amarillo are srnurwg the country in search of the missinp man, but up to a late hour Tuesday afternoon, he had not been located. Mr. Stinson, who is '26 years old,1 left his home early Monday morn- ing to feed his hogs near the dairy. He did not return Monday night and. Tuesday morning the family became j alarmed. in-1itiitiiig the immediate search. Stinoii is the son of J. D. Stin son, and has been working at the dairy huincs for the past few months. He whs formerly with the Amanll'! Grain Kxchange. Amarillo Tribune. CF.NTFR NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST THIS WEEK Everything is still dry, and the cotton will siMifi be all picked, if the wi n' her stays favorable. Mr. f. II Ifuney and family re turned from Ohio last week. They repot a nice trip, with Lit of s i-n-ei . !V".-.r Almy took a ,'! of .t tor t'. tie i;;n last Wednesday. Mr Walt'r Overton's brother, from Kat Texas is visiting him. Miss liena Hahhirign and brother River, picked cotton for Mr. W. T. .elnti the past week. We are very sorry to Miss Frna Goe'h being on list. It is reported that hear of the sick she has for her Sanford, blood enrlv Mi tt'. A poion. We hope recovery. sr. R. lieiken, Hert Dunn, Ernest Jones and F.d- gar Abnev, were among the Aber- nnthy visitors last Saturday. Mr. E. A. Abney was transacting business in this locality one day last week. Mr. Wallace, who has been visit ing relatives in East Texas for some time, k turned home last Saturday. Several from this vicinity were present at the party in the E. A. Abney home in the Badger Lake vicinity recently. Mr. I.. I.. Reed and family, and brother. Frank, who live south of Idalnu. attended ihunh and Sunday 'cbnol here last Sunday. Misses Martha Abney and Rena HabVinpa. were isitors in the Dunn home Sen, lay. A larev crowd of young people gathered at the Rieken home Sunday and held a sieging. All report an enjoyable time. NEWS ITEMS OF IN- TERFST FROM SH ALLOW ATER Everyone is busy getting ready for the big South I'lains Fair. Yes, we will ail be 'here one hundred 1 er eent strong with our booth, exhib it", baseball ti-nm, etc. The ('rump family attended chur li at I ill. lxu k Sunday. The farmers are very busy Mis week gathering the fleecy staple, and we are mighty glad o hear the farmers .y "my cotton is go ing to be better than I thought it was." Ward Crim of Monroe, was a call er in Shallowater Monday afternoon. Mr. Southward has gone to Dallas to fiend the winter months. A large crowd was out to hear Rev. Clinton both Sunday morning and evening. Rev. Clinton has been coming here f.ir nearly a year and has been preaching for nearly ten years. He held a two Veeks' meeting at this place this lt sum mer with much success. The Ku i Klux left him a nice sum of money ( and the community subscribed over j a hundred dollars. Rev. Clinton j says this is the largest amount of , money he ha.s ever received for holding a meeting, which we th'nk i peaks exceed'fgly well for Shal- . biwater. A cross, sickly baby suffering i from d gestive troubles and loose ness of the bowels needs MoGee's j l!ahy Elixir. It i hecks the bowels,! eases the stomach and restores heal- i thy conditions. I'riee 35c and tiOc. ! Solil by I ity Drug Store. MISS ALT A BURRUS IS YELL LEADER OF A. C. C. Word was received here that Miss AlU Iturrus, a graduate of the Lub bock High School, daughter of Mr. and-Mrs. C. H. Iturrus, 1216 10th Street, has been elected yell leader of the Abilene Christian College Ath letic Association, and as Miss Uurrus neiu mai piace wun ma lucai so-, riaiion last year, have rwason to i know that the A. O, C, student body) knows leadership at a glance. Shaj has just completed her first wek,'s wort, in that school, having rnter-j ed there last Monday, and was civ. j rn the yell leader's position at a , niKcUiig Saturday liiulit. ( It R. LINDSEY WELCOME FAIR VISITORS! FRIDAY WILLIAM RUSSELL in "SELF MADE HAN" In which luxury loving chap scores hard in big business when an emergency arises. .He had fun with a boxing bear, then tackled the Wall Street Bears. AL ST. "A STUDIO RUBE" .Children' Matinee Saturday Morning Will Start at 9 O'Clock on Account of Fair m r- ;m a. I Ww 1 WILLIAM rCX fKtstHTS CHARLES JONES in Ron Sin brf CMAHLES A SELZEIC D.rtcltd fyfifuES EASON O 4 -U . i4s .i K'V -.r- '. - li TARADISE LINDSEY NUNN OF AMARILLO HERE FOR THE BIG FAIR Lindsey Nunn, the live, wide awake business manager of the Amarillo Daily News, is here attend ing the South Mains Fair, and look ing after the interests of his paper in this section of the I'lains. Mr. Nunn is a booster for the entire Tanhandle-riains country, and bis paper is giving a wonderful lot of good publicity to this section. Lub bock will be well presented to his readers during the fair by his spec ial articles, which will be of great bene lit in telling the world alio ut Lubbock, and the wonders of tK Suuth Mains Fair. A Jumper crop is a rrop wherein the farmer get bumper. Minnesota Star. AX' 4 I. iHAWs-- JOHN in SATURDAY, 10:30 A. M. A cowboy romance in which an Eastern girl lends a help ing hand. A drama o fthe West pack ed with grit, gumption and "get there." A wUd and wooly picture made out in Arizona. also ROUND FOUR THE LEATHER PUSHERS' and MUTT AND JEFF 'THE CASHIER' Adults 25c Children 10c MONDAY & TUESDAY A BIG FOX SPECIAL "A VIRGIN PARADISE" You will see a village de stroyed by a volcano. You will see the most terrific volcano ever staged. And an attack by a tribe of Savages. Don't Miss This It is great. BUSTER KEATON 7 (Mil 1 AdulU 35c Children 15c AT THE CHURCHES First Christian Church Regular Cible school will o n at 9:4.. Mrs. Lowrey's class will give speciul instruction to the school for ten minutes. Hartley's class of thirty young folks give splendid en couragement on last Lord's Pay. Wednesday evening servut will be devoted to the study of the Sunday school lesson as usual. All that is receMtry to settle the railroad stuke is fur some genius to Hi' He the ike-breakers In stnkd that the strikers can have their jobs .. k as strike-breakers Nash ville Southern -Lumber man. lurrn ULi Moore Emc-o North Side Square LulbocU, Text Stoves, Harness, Furniture and Leather Goods Your Business Solicited