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Tl IF. Limnof K AVAI ANf llF, THf.MAY. OCTOP.r.R 17. 102.?
, 'j' '' !,. I..".,!- f. i. si. I. m m ( .ir. ii .mler rf'"til , -S ,4, -f ' ;.. S'.-vi", .. W'.i w' . iffV a, per. W.I mi, Kill , M Kc. rTrf 7rr I ih..ni.,. k. i.. .i .. Ma.i.i .-s.' i I I ... I i!n wt: it fllONK 1 I I In. , Ihh Mr. II. A. I hf. . I it Mi ..Ian" ii-', h i , IVhb ii-.. My, I , i.l . Ml, w r. H ml Mi" line' lux' .'lit .nil. A T TMF. CHLRCHFS Auction Bridie Club ; playing minus game and takiti!' Mr Snm o..i:cr vn hnti" to kmliiK pictures, In' cream linn cnno) lh Auction Bridge Club Thursday afternoon f Ikt home, whi h wa decorated very hea'itif ully with cut flower and the cn'ertnitiiiu? suite wa a pretty stage for the party. At the rlnw of the nf!"r noon the hosfes -mcl a delicious snlnd course. I win- served to the following gue-i: In Km' Harrier, .link. Almo and pnrothy Itunrnn, 1'nvid J. illy, Ma ino iiikI Mansfield Mcf'ny, M. W. ami H.i Kuykeml'dl Nil Maurine Tom Entertain Nils Mnurine Tom entertained with a pnrty Monday afternoon from three to five o'clock in honor of M. W. nnd Ma Koykcnd.ill, vho nre visi t i n(C bcr from Sun Snba. Afte; Wednesday Needlo Club . "jilamn f.e.irge I'.rigg and ' 'I Smyh were hote-co- to the Wc.l nedny Needle flub Wednesday af ternoon nt the lovely home of Mr Hriirg. The 1 1 m- seemed to fly by ami all too soon the lovely af ternoon wa pn"t. The hnste-cs served H delicious Mllilil course "f WE THANK YOU express our sincere thank to the puMic l.u!Ho-k nrl vicinity for the enthusitir gave to the announcement of the open ing of this exdusive SHOF1 .STOKE in thi rity List S.t-urrl.iy. We fleure lo in genernl of response they We expert world's ei rrowrN. but attendance. we did not expert a l.ttl A WORD OF APOLOGY Friday Afternoon NeHI Club Tlie Friday A fUTiloiiii N"i'de I fl'iti IiikI .in nil ilny in-ft i"ir 11' the j lx'11 ut il'iil hiuiie of Mr. .1. O. lone ' llllit Klevetitll Street. Hie spliemtiK j front room uml ilinmir room were I niale more lein liful ! 11 profu-ioti I of rut flower ii'l e- pe. Hilly pretty I were I lie henutif ill rn" Ihnl )fiine.l i 'he lonir ilimnir tnhle. Of emir-e nt j li o'rlnrk the tulile wni Ion. led wild I evry fooil to ent l'i Min fi iei I ehii ken to nil knuU of nte, and Iiml fllll-lied there for neveriil more, en- h one Imd nom f.ne y woi k to sew t;nh h:id bean lo 1 y h.id a mid nt'ter ii wiis iTijoyed rry iiinti th" ilny wiis d"imrted for home, . t nil iliiv meeting I when everyone ! wni plent y left 1 After ij iner I -iie- nil p, e of Inn, a nd w ' en 1 I forpet ilm-i r tl'. i noon luti. h. 1 liv ' nr.. h. All ' . ; .Ion" 11ml em -I 1 voting It the In lh..c ..v..r loot 'fhoi' pre-ent on thi oi-.n-'ion !'V were: Memlitmi' .1. D. I iniNey, N. tHlkd K. M.tior, H. W. Wiilker, Ar. hi.' ' 7 1 T.viltv. HA-i.n .1,,.. n..rimim. : Little i Morii-bv, l-onir, Mil. hell, Aleximder, 1 member. 1 ..n....i Hol.tr Prv..e l.l.l ( ' lii ill . ! t hne w ho il.awm Murfee, Foster, Frank Bar ; rlny, Mr. MrSpudden, Kite, l.ltulsey. I J. t. Jones, Trippe't, Meda frat(f Nt, th.idi.t Th" iii'en.bin. e l otil. -.i tluii h 11 I n "ii w ih Amiiriilo i'..k S' re.-' M"tliodi"t ( h u i' h Siiiidny -huol lrn -timuln'i d interest irreally, wbi. h roiiple.l with the ifoml work tlmt hm ti. en done l.y thou' mter.'i'd in f.iithei "ir the S'ln.lny uehool wul., :n retiMii.ibte fur a lutrh mink to l.e rem lied in Sunday' Httendnne", there I., in; n total of -ix hundred lilld e-ely pflelll. No report hit I i received by 'he -opeim' -mli'ttt from the Amur illo Sunday hcIi.ioI for Sunday and ju-t how the cunte-.t tatnN i not known, but at I.ubho. k hud beaten on previmi Sunday and even jrreater inteteut i beinjr hown now, il i believed that the lead is -till m:iin'aineil Kev. F'erif ii'-on a" yured the Sunday school that he. know the Anrir Ho dcl. L'a'i.m well enouirh to know it 11 not w i-.e to be- the w:tiniiif can be ut effort, and urife.l tlieoi the president in every carry 'he coti-eom-luxiiin. lieve that miiile wi' h to nit manner po.ilie to tet to h s'l"eef ill Fetiruion Ktarted the mm h of "Sprintf house cleiminu" M-rmon nt the niorninfr hour, church member, ttiir chureh Twittv. (ihidys Hall. (fiie-t were Mr. II. H. Miss Jinm I'ryor. The (JntTith lub and Me-dmnes W. I). Morton J. Smith have r ii two week tr' to Mil Fort Worth, and 1.iI.i-c Henxon and t ui ne.l f rum nil Well", Mi. V. T. Sw. Amniilio to .lo in the Xud.ior's S.ii-t.i Fe n'Tice. ii'-on ha nine 1' I ui It llien Junior Party Mr. ail Hensley ctit. ii .luiiior Fiiil.iy evenuur. fames were plavml and at it ion , close eveninif the truest were serv- - ai in ' th. ,! :b. I .lie no church members and have never been a church ' member were told a few thintrs be- ; fm-e the pa'lor romtdeted hia aer-1 lion, which was interestinir and in-1 siirin? throuirhout, and the expre-, ion 'He's ht'tinir ti pretty hard,"! wb no doubt made by many of thoe at'endinjr. Rev. Fetfruson know how to preneh, and exercise that know- ' ledye without fenr, nnd hi work ia m'O'tintr with decided since' in' I.llbllOl h . 1 At Kid.r i,. a Ian.'" held -t" tu re -.h tt an-l eve-iitur hour F'reiidintf ... W Shearer prea. te. to . ti "i'iii ...n, w hich u!i l-boliiol eh was .l.-.-nlv .1 .tet-i'-tmir. throi'ifhoi t prai ti. al. In I. nnipi II- who could we wish to a.y To thone ruah, invitation to come better position to not he waited on during our hig that we extend to them a cordial again thia week as we are now in a give you prompt and efficient aer- Located in Old Hunt Grocery Stand hy Western Union Telegraph Office. the ed to pimento rnndwii lies and hot h" (date Those prcent were Mi"" lone ('limine, F I"" I'ryor, Mo.eli Simpson, l.oul.i Ilenham. K.ithryn Atkins, Mamie Wollf.-irth, Maiiiine lliiL'hs, Viiif nia fonley, Mary Alice Johnson. .Iesii' Vance. Kliabeth Unbliins, III I.ee Frost, nnd Mers. W. I). Iteli iiti, Alexiitnb-r llenvley. Merle II. i ii tier. Men Shook, Lawrence Hneoti. I.e. i Strickle, Harry I'ryor, Joe F'v ertoii, fail Km ker, Italph '.alley, fail Hensley and Traiy Smith. -ermnn hour of Chur. h of Cbritt w:". the subject d at (he 1 .loo. I: .Ii. ii- ri nt M I th abo a- 'I led til' .' tvinjr t i er anpre. matnl. 'I f th" mm ii'ng 1 wn with I for. n-.I.I t-i. !ro. Smith hnnd leat subject ably and weil, all who heard him a heen ation of the rrentet com-; kev to heaven. liod'. I "i' j love to man wa emtihaiye.) in th" lina beifinniiii': .Ino. 1:11; 1 .) no. 3:1; Kph. Rum. s :;:.:!; I .Ino. 4 :! Id; Rom. .":: I Tim. 1:21. Man's I .1 :3: MRS ALBF.RT DARBY MOVES INTO NEW l.OCA TION; INCREASES STOCK My new location : i nt h ro the treet in front of tlie Leader Dry (ioods fumpHiiy. I am addine new line to my stoi k a f-t as I can icet the Rood in and will con ', t.nue to do so until 1 have filled the j space I have to it's hnm. In the ; selection of -tuck, I believe I have ' a splendid variety in Dry (Ioods Nations, K.uket Notion and other item too numerous to mention, but wish to invite every one to call and look my st k over and I really , believe when you have, oij will realize that many useful nrci itu-s ' in this line can lie Imucht at lower j price than you have bought tw-r-, chandise in many days. n7-l (mhI: I'-alm :i I ::!:!; 1 .Ino. '-M-., H:'JM. Man's 41-14; .Ino. 1 !i-I2: IVter .Ino. 2nd love :12; 2:17; The. 4 :U-IO; Matt, hoiild we love one 12:7: 1 I'eter 1:22; Don't fail to reed 'he Avalanche WHEN YOU ARE WEST OF DALLAS ITS E5M LINDSEY IS YOUR PLEASURE THE PARAMOUNT THOUGHT TUESDAY 1 5 v Don't mut ihia wonderful pic tura! Jvut auk anyone who taw it yttcrday. And Ut comedy ia ono long laugh! Butler Keaton in HAUNTED WEDNESDAY Buck Jones in "BAR OTmNG A Rough Riding Romance ot the Weil, worat enemy with him. He make hi fall in love He saves her life! He does just a lot of things! Fights! Oh! Boy You will see one of the best fights you ever saw on a screen! also A GOOD TWO REEL COMEDY "Country THURSDAY Wanda Hawley in "THE TRUTH FUL LIAR" IF you were wrongfully ac cused, and your whole hap piness was at stake would you lie to save yourself? Whatever your answer you'll thrill at this appeal ing drama of a woman who dared a pretty butterfly girl caught in a net of in trigue inside Broadway's high-society underworld. See her rise to the test and become a courageous wo man. also Lee Morgan in love f' 1.1 :21 ; I'eter I '1: I!"m for man: .Ino. ." ,la. J.h; Mutt. I The I: I.': 1 2.':lo-14. How another?: Hum. 1 I'eter 4:. At the fventnir hour Bro. Straiten "f Kurt Worth, prea. hed from Rev. :i:l4-22, with rw 2l a th.? text. I'erfeet attention iharBrterij.nl the plendid ai.dien.-e that heard this impressive !es..n from the Savior of men (riven to John ome (ii) years after he had trone back to (flory land. This b-ssi.n was to a church that had crowded nut Jesus iiu.i He iton.l at the door and km. ked and pleaded for admittance. It was a leon of much weight to the man who has not let fhri-t into hi. life as well. The following poem was rend by Ill-other Straiten. We hope that it will not be 4 1-2 yea is before anoth- r visit from him. "Have you any room for Jesus--He who bore your load of sin? As He knocks and asks aiimi-c-ioii, Smncr, will ymi let Him in? "Room for pleasure, room for hll-Ulie-s I l!ut for 'hti-.l 'he ('unified Not a place tt:,t He can enter. In the heart for wh:ch He d:ed. "Have, you any time for Jesus; Soon wiil pa-s (iod's day of ittiko; Soon thy heart be cold and silent And thy Saviour's pleadings cease. "Room for Jesus, KitiR of (ilory! Hasten now, His word obey! Swin the heart's door widely open. Hid Him enter while you may!" t'Vf U " wU'S Clothes That You Can Cheer for There are so many excellent points in Adler Colle gian Clothes that we always feel in the mood to cheer for them. All-Wool Materials; warping; silk double-shrunk to prevent sewn seams to hold their fine style; and the McBedwin Finish are a few reasons why Adler Collegian Clothes are so fine. Visit us soon and look them over. Our prices are very interesting. - $35 - $40 L. E. Hunt & Co. CLOTHIERS "We Will Make Right That Which is Not Right" Moslah Temples Fall Ceremonies Saturday, Nov. 25 time visitinir the Sims family. Tl will be pone several days for a hunt ii.fT and iV.'une trip in that section. CARD OF APPRECIATION We wish to publicly thank our many friend and acquaintances for the constant eviden.es of their love nnd intcre.-t iluimir the In.iK nnd trying illne- of our beloM-d wife and mother. Your attentive k.nilne'-e helped us more than you know to face the inevitable end bravely. Your heau- , tiful 'loral offerinc al the last wus i but a fittmif climax to the cotitin ! uous stream of lovely floer-f died 'vases with which you daily traced hi r room. Her appreciation was untinunoeu. Ann our tenon c' memories of her must always.'' hit.l-niinul.i,l u.-ith loi'intf th.,!- i.f her manv loyal friends your expressions of our nrrsent cricf we ar' B. O. McWh"ter Owen M-W,urter Koss McVu"r Mrs. N'eal Douirlas. Sr., ef Little field, i.s here visiting her sons, J.m nnd Neal Ihiuglitss. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT Fe Kort Worth. Oct. 12. Mos'.uh Temples fall ceremonial will be held ut the mosque on Ijke Worth, Sat urday, November 25, and from pres- ent indications it i thought the i lass of novices will number well over 230. Kverything in the stunt line will i 11 be new' and novel and i. gunnted Fr Co(y udfet to furnish the novices P"'y "f P. K UROWN, Lubbock j t Ke-ciection) street -tde will be I A..TZZ" Rpratativi R. A. RALDWIV, Slaton. misery. The usuul held in tho mori ... m iartmg nt 12 o noon. mpiet w ill be held , clock Irum ' OWEN W. McWHORTER hich the I'Miid, For ,ih in .;;.tefui. .- .1 .ill I...I.. -...L .!,. corps iiv iinnl ;! oV(ik wht.n nm,'.l thir.t t..,-ti..., .,f the cf.e-.ror tountv .Tnial will be held, after win. h i" S'..l .au. . ..... .. Ihn LU.......l lll'n .11 I c . fvl,.t ..n to the!r' nobility. . i 1 ....ii ' heM in k. von.n,r K.lo ih visiting l.i-rr dies will be taken r' ot by the ljidies Umistratiop mmiltee. who will urnih rlen- nt rntertainment Fr CUrli of District Court! I OLIE F. MOORE CUrki 1IEKHEP.T F. STl'BBS County J. S. Sheriff i IL L. Troaturvri S LOVER. (BUD) JOHNSTON insr thm .Uu Vniua(.iH Ytt Isi ItSMfllir fiirni.r.a.1 Mrgc SAXrt-Tniu rLy ,h H,,,".iMWl1 , committee on "f.r xJkJJTON tt follring dates, when dames at I the mlie ars hMked: Ootoher 3t. V...,..iL., t ". r- . . .. f Peikins w-n '""" his farm ,nd 27. The October 31 damv will Me v'.".fu.'Wn' lh.".V- " ''l).'e'en fan, t dret, affl r i.o llir .won. OUt hrll .ia Ik. . 1 1 11 .... . ....... ..... ui imriy ne lorm- al (lances if the weather will permit. -in o.uues at the mn-..ie wiil I for Shriner only ai d their Indie .pii.il muni' is (.ring provided. "Upper a iver WITH FIBf BALE C re .arunjay Je f,v.. miles. r,,r ,h on. hut he I h.s fir;"V .. . '".u, "- r'r this Wi-.k. l.-i.I h mill . el.. , i, ... i -ii.i.'iinii i in. .i .iii in ut- leant .ne PimhiIi e. Mr. I'eikln. is nn n.r f StOl k-lMH lllf Ml .1 fin. Is lu.. make a fin.i i-oml'iiiMtmii on the pUitia. lie in ei,H f t!ie old tonus 1 1... ..I . ; . I ' 1-i.iius, ami ins m.,ny rrien.l. ie c,4vi to know that in spdo i f the i.'i t.tiu. J di-oi.il, -he ni.i.le a I'leinii'l Inp ll.l Fr Ta Colloctori SAM SPIKXS, Lnbhoci. Far Taa Aimimti R. O. BURNS ( Reelection I fe Co-at 4ri....vl E. R HAYNES, Ka-eUat.-s (Lubbock I nnd M, C-ait CeaMiuioaaf, MARVIN T. WAKIKk I cur. Earl lledgecoke, who for time . i .mne. t.-. I with the "'la letroleum ( ..iin.sny a' tin. pla.-f, pe 1 tlir uiuh here Son.J ,v em..,.tu ti Iniailllo. h..r h.- K .... I t mI CiMini.,,,, Pro. No. 1 J. N. WHKI LER, IJ.',.M. Ra-olortoa. For Cowwit.iuoor Pro. No. 4i I-. I'. I 'EN TON Jutlito t HU Proiiosl No. 1 1 E. JullNSiiN I lait.-is aie at the pr, nt Me j. now liac-ling au.l tor f ,r the M.ic 1 For Holla. C.nnpiiy , j, ,., , , , Mi, '. u. ii.,) ne. of tin. pi.u. ; Sunti.i, t ;h, . tlll) .,,,, ' ' ' 1 ' ' I H III I I'.-.rf .4 11.. 1 1 I , ... f ., N, V,,.... . fB, c .1.1 . I I y M, V ,,' B,4h I " ' ! ' ! - ' '- ' .1.1,-1.,. I iATIIEII'S HOUSE" 111,1-1 1' (.1 lb. Coatl.l.U, Pr. io. I No. Ii J U M. t I 1 i ii,'i. Potu w,.,, r.o. N.. 1 1 '. T J U KSi'N, I I R I,, n 1 ll I A Adult 3Ck Child-ri t(k Viilvtavjr4aKj ill to to i r ( I,, -t i--" 1--:.Ji.LT :.xn ,-wa .1' .."L rSA.t