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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 21 August 1913

MINERAL WATER We arc handiWiHn and Sangaura Water fresh from the eHls M Mineral Wells Texas. We are making special rates on this water by the case of 12 bottlef each. u Buv a case and fftViO;Piard drinking and you will feel fresh and fine. V Martin Wolcott Neighboring County News From Our Kxchanpes CROSHY COCNTY COIKT ni;sK VVOKK MOVING Work on the 4UKM) court house is now progressing nicely and w ill be pushed as rapidly as possiole from the present time on to completion as material is expected that in a few days the force will be augmented and that at least fifty men will he at work on the building. The material that will enter in- to the construction of this build- in is of the best and when com- pleted Crosby count v will have one of the handsomest court houses on the Plains orelsewhere for the price. Watch Crosbyton and come to a town with the pro- gressives. NINETY ACRKS BAI.K PKR Al'RK It was a pleasure of the editor this week to visit the farm of Mr. Day near Estacado. and w...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 August 1913

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE St VOLUME XIV. LUBBOCK LUB80CK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 28 1913 'UMBER 8 THE LUBBOCK fflf DEPARTMENT AT LUBBOCK CHURCHES Announcements of Services at the i Various Churches of our city You are Cordially Invited ! NtEDS BETTER EQUIPMENT AND OBTAIN EFFORT WILL BE IT Christ would teach me how to' love humanity as he loved them I and I think I never had a busier) day serving others than yester-j day. hike the Master I had not time o much as to eat. Last ! j night after I came home late MADE TO come To THE METHmmst sinkay tnp thought came to me; That; schooi i is ( hrist's way of loving human-1 If you are a Methodist or that jtv- And I said: '0 my Saviour church is your preference come : jN this really one of the ways of and join our Sunday School. It's ; 'ovinj?'." 1 am sure he loves in j a live one and we want you for a otn'r ways and I do so want to! member. The Busv Men's Bible "ov? a ne loves. 1'ray tor me. " ass have a separate class room I ' ne Missionary...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 August 1913

n rT 4 T A MnU 1 Deafness Cannot He Cured DQUUU UUUU UU VU WU WU w wu w wm w- w- w-w - TH lii A r A1 IN0 U a J CI 4 fVJ4- 1 Wlr nfn All rvincis TIIIC AVAL.ANCIIJC PUHL.I.SIUNO INCMIUfOKATKU CO. i 4. till W UltUMM ll V i p.-rlrt h tnu titnl J ih On- fr'ni an JAMES L. POW Entered at ii." I'uitofflce at Lubbock Teiu. for tranmrilHlon kUtl m second cls matter. la . at."li" aHMl iff Ini .lii H" llii.Mll.a taiii " f-...ifi.f IA.1I lMirtli.il riMxif rrvtf bill mar. Klllttl ( HIIHK Kill It'll. . .I.. ui..J n m il iUiim-I .aylillir"lT muruM irli i a 11.11 a ..laito I uir H. . l..t . It l ira li . . .'Hi vfc 1 A I .. liililil .a One Year II. 00 SdtoCRlITION RATKS: (Strictly In Advance) i rill M( i alaM ta lini.riaia 'i.a. II ill a r aili.ll l'i ilia lilt r aialltatlloft. Sli Month. 50c rnvBKTiMN" itATits:--i-ai.ToVeiiU per llna each liiM-rtioii. Display ad PANHANDLE FIHtMtN b vertiheuienU & ceiita per hlnttle column Inch per week; MHkMal raU on j yiar contracts 'anU of thanks resolution.....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 August 1913

w w Si ( () () () () () () ( ( o o C) () i) O () () ) r ! "V Sugary unger M-!:Af;;ir v .;h ii fir inc.! . It i V v.!. !: ; .c a In. :v I.'.:! I for at i . . ... -h a V ... 1 SYRUP- Try 1 hi Bolon Brown Rrd It O-f Il.nt l-fl "! IW: 'f r .. Jl aafc Vftn It -r fa. f a. J tarmrr Jonct Svnip it pr.ir- tiral'v a f-Mid a:i! nipin t U ilrfu t n. y js no oil.rr 1it;af pnxlii' t ran. tJ.vcll'f rh'l Jvn r :fiti-f J'. fir on iK.nf br' Af-t f -Ut i'irn jtrrvl it on r1 it l ! ji .. ;r time. Thrv 't e ! af . - j. t ct amj .!t r- jJ l i i V v Kir mi r J i S r mm ir-.m th pt'ff '! Jut. ri .f T ! 8i)fiinii i i in 'h i'1' i I t;tr ini! f'i t.i:: flf'Kr T it i t;i iM injure t V i - i t-fr t -. mi 9 W 10 pmJ - Iim The Man Who rVim The n-an who win I an average man Nut built on any particular plan. Not lili-anol with any particular lurk .IikIkIcivIv ni l earnest ami full of 1 1 j -k . When aikcd n iIh kI .iii h' Iim-h n:it fii..." ll- k i l i a lh- iinwiTrt "Nu" nr "Yhh" Winn xi'l ti a lak Ihf ri-t (n't ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 August 1913

T II K A V A I j A N C II 10 ITHMNIIRU VUV TflUHfcDA Y BY TIIK AVAL.ANCIIK PUIiMNII INU INtMIWfOKATKI) CO. JAMKS DOW KI'ITOK. htiternl al the I'ostottlee at Lulilxjck Thim fur tranMiilvtioo thruutfli the MiI'.n a eoiiil cla rnttff. SI'HM'IUITION HATKS: One Year II. 00 (Strictly In Advance) 8ii Month KOc AnvcH-MHiNi. HiTB:-Loral lOi'HnU per line each Insertion. IHsplay- aci I trrtlNrnirnU 15 cent per ulnle column Inch per week; spwlal ratra nn yrnr rnnf ttkM. Carrie of thanks resolutions. Obituaries (other than wntuMiln ounu'lvei. t I t rent per line. Church advprtUruetiU where a rerenuc U derived therefrom 6 cenU per line. Professional card 11.00 ! oer month or 110 per year If paid In advanre. I Phones PusineB9 Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK rKX AS THURSDAY A U(i UST 2sj !M3 THE TR0SPECT FOR IIIGHERfarm cattle andheep coming to MEAT. j market by trainloads because That higher prices are sure 1 feed will be lacking or exorbi- for all kinds of meat is the j tant the situation of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 August 1913

7 An EOT M aaa eotemlber Is. Next Monday the school begins in Lubbock. Areymihadptf Have you bought your supplies? If you have not we want to supply your needs. VVa havjjWne opening of school in mind and have pur chased a large supply or those things most neelleiKinfhe stfrw)ol room and here you will hnd Tablets Composition Books Crayons Colors Drawing Erasers Lunch Baskets way of general school for your self. ixemn axi motion Blanks. Pencils. Slates. rrKens Inks Ink and Pencil d in fact anything: in the upplies. Call and see As stated above we have a large stock and sufficient amount to supply your demands but to avoid the rush you should buy the greater part of what you know you will need this week. We shall endeavor to keep a good stock of the lines most used all through the school and will be pleased to make special or- ders for anything that you need that we do not happen to have in stock. GET READY OW FOB THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL Lubbock Drug Company J. R. KING Manager. The Lub...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 August 1913

OSCAR GRAHAM WILL OPEN THE SEASON AT THE tr.m OPERA HOUSE WEDNESDAY SEPT. 3 8D .? I 'V V. 1 ! . . '' Ohm CV '1 r i s IN THE ROMANTIC PLAY A PRINCE OF HIS RACE 35. 50 AND 75 CENTS '"-1 THE HIGHER LAW SEPTEMBER 4TH DOORS OPEN 7:30 CURTAIN RISES AT 8:30 SCAB INFECTED TERRITORY W. N. Waddell Chairman of State Sanitary Commission Divides Territory Amarillo Tex.. Auk. 23. -W. N. Waddell chairman of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission of Texas has been in Amarillo the past few days will oe in Hereford tomorrow (Sunday) and will be in Lubbock Monday and Tuesday locating and deaiprnatinK inspectors to prosecute the work of the scab infection in the Tan- handle. The scab infected tern tory has been divided up into the following districts: The Dalhart District includ.-s Dallam. Hartley Sherman. Moore and Hansford counties. Dr. C. C. Soencer of Dalhart. will be in charge of the work assisted by nine other inspectors. The Amarillo District includes Potter Oldham Carson (Jray Randall Hutchinson an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 August 1913

Farm Mortgage Loans Do not wait unt Application for y llicm for this f 11 nl extended. mm at mr fir loans m M VVnrfJr' nney lo make I begin now to make Lien iWrs bought FRANK M. MADDOX. RAILROAD WORK SOON officially advised that renewed I construction will lejfin on this Aitus Roswell and Pacific Line to road on the l.rth of next. January. bo Extended to Roswell 'This road whpn fully completed Next Year according to present plans will extend from Altus. Okla. to Koswell. N. M. and will have Memphis. Texas. Aug. - Judge raja jn tne fi ve Texas counties of J. M. Klliott resident attorney j Ooilinsworth. Hall Briscoe here for the Altus Koswell and j Floyd and Lubbock and will I'acifie railroad has just been i give these counties direct Katy nrtti rinrnn r v i-nui-i -iiurin iTrri 100 miles of grading on this line is already in place in Texas terri- tory which will however re- quire considerable new work to ' tit it for tie laying. ! The new grading will probably ! begin at Wellington Co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 August 1913

c3CJC3C3oacacacaoacaoacaoacaooc3oacaoacaoaccxoacaoacaoaoaonoaoacaoaonoaoaoaooonca o n O n o a o o a o o o p o o o D O o o o a o a O o a o D o a o D o a o a o a o a o a o D O a o o a o o a O a o a 5 EGIAL E TRATION And Sale On M. s ONE WEEK ONLY pt. 1st to Ran ept. X0r 6th SAVE $8.00 An u (prcial inducement during our dpinotmtratinn week only with -very MAJKSTW HANOK wild (prices always the same) we will give free one handsome spt of ware as illustrated here. Kvery piece of this ware is the best of its kind. Not a piece that is not needed in every kitchen. It cannot possibly he bought for less than fvi'O. This ware is on exhibi- tion at our store. DON'T KAIL TO SKK IT. SPECIAL All during this week a special demonstrator direct from the MA. I KSTIC FACT UlY will be glad t show you "ALL ABOUT UANUKS"-SIIoW VOl' why the MAJKSTIC is the best range on earth at any price. COME IF YOU INTEND TO BUY OR NOT KDUCATION lies in KNOWING THINGS KNOW why tlie oven of a range is heated KNOW how the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 August 1913

I i Our Second Shipment of Deeringldeal Row Binders Has Arrived I can now supply your orders foi the Celebrated DeerinjcRow Binder. If you want one they are ready for you. All you have to do Is hitch your team to one and pull It Into your field and $ro to work harvesting your crop. onnible not only in manual labor but alfo in the mMi. At the name time the corn hinder do-H f. condition art a man would do. Tall and n pay for itself in a chort tim under Htich nted with the merits of the Peering corn over the old hand method bet-omen quite 'Him 1 Wring Ideal corn binder make a big Hariri number of hand rejuirI and wages and boa from five to eight timen an much work per short corn in handled with eiiual ea. Tl favorable conditions. When a corn growe binder he would not be without one an it- apparent under actual observation in the fie I'he corn binder will be found of special adataKheri the green corn in to be cut for immediate feeding to stock or put through the silo fillea Qe area can ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 August 1913

nOCOCODOCODODODOnonODOnORODODODODODODODOnODOOoaODODODODODODODODODODODOnoaODODODO o a o a o a o a o n o n e n o F? U n o a o a O () u () u o u o u o o 13 o o n ti o a o n O a o o a O a O g s o a O o a O o a o o a o o a o a o o o a o a o o a o a o o o a o o a o a o a o a o o u o a O "P THE GREAT CL0SES SEPL l Ti v i EPT' A Pleased Customer Is Our Best Advertisement We find on our shelves lots of High Grade Gent's Fiirnlcnm rfc Hafv: Lames and Mens ohoes Knal nave A U 1 lllJll'll 1 111 nnf heen mnvintf as thev should Jtnt . - - o them go we have put prices on you. The history of West Tex mous reduction sweeping h sale as we have now made in MM I I lnorjierto inc s shpwsno sufclifior- prycslllong ey getting this line. Thousands of people have visited our store this year and dclaifd themselves as highly delighted with the fftTos and prices. Thousands more will crowd our store to get their share in this Great Reduction Sale and we want you among the number. Drive twenty-five fifty or a hu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 August 1913

to suit the heart t I more delicate knits all. our i vniui MC 1 S I : : enough to suit the S h enough to please J finds favor in ever household because it is ol 5 such excellent quality. Any portion of the Beef for which you have a special liking can be had here at any time. Choice cuts are the rule not 5 the exception. 1 Cash Meat Market I R. P. WILLIAMS. Proprietor S U. S. CRUP MONEY READY I v mT7 J. N II In ihtyolij aypun' d think it II silly eltrWaOXuf tj pay three I thousand)!! a?hrse. Then i 1 . 1 1 11 1 l a .m m. Iwny inm n car tJNaV Istumy tended I well and at so small a cost: l ! Then vy expensive V the "nifty" Horn performs its in- service so wonderfully well and at so small Think hat lhe price mean - lor the car that ha tml the tet: Runabout $525; Toorlnt Car $o)H: TWn Car I. o. b. I Detroit ith all equipment liet catalog and ail particular from Itradlrv Auto Sale Company I uhlwuk. 'Secretary Issues Statement Show- ing how Distributing Centers Must Take Care of Banks tlll...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 28 August 1913

Martin blcott Will give yo()iusy)fi)est cane Sugar r 5.00 purchase for for $1.00 W cash. Our jrr est casii prifesv 1 price to coyer loAs (Jv Sugar. 11 be sold at low- ling added to the Martin Wolcott IOST - My hair anrt whiskers tt the Commercial fUr$er Shop. They Ret mo(T eam (here. 8 It Urn- State Bank pocket jbook with my nam 'written in 'several (liferent pl:k'j. contain i valuable papers. rte.rurn to .1. T.Brown. " 7 It Poind- The Ie8l4ilace in town have your barhJtCafl k dor e the Commercial flakier Simp. 0 Society Items l?Y MRS. P. ROMNSON TO BE SEEN SOON AT Wheelock's Dress The hand date" Hi Wear' Shop . gonfesV anmost I t J7 re lies' "Up-to- Ready-to- t to our city broui COATS SUD SERGE DRESSES EVENING GOWNS MILLIN- ERY ETC. Come and see for yourself and be . convinced Classified Ads. Mrs. II. A. Davidson was hofltes for the li ridge t'lub Tues- Hnv nf Iprnonn Ths nunul I nnmrior nf unmoi wuro nhivtwl ' Mrs. Uush winning hth score. Refreshments of sherbet anJ wafers were se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 11 September 1913

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE HLUME XIV. LUBBOCK. LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER II 1913 NUMBER 10 COMMONS TWO DAYS THIS HOS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS RECEIVE NOTICE Opening of brownfield Road One of the Important Matte's That Re- ceived Attention School Districts are Subjected to Num- erous Changes Prairie Dog Election is Ordered The honorable commissioner's j W. M. Williams was given $.7) court met in regular session' as damages which he alleged; Monday and at once entered into was done by cutting off his under the general routine of business (ground passage under the rail- The tax rol.s of assessor H. K. way track by the fence which ; Porter were examined and ar-j lanes the Lubbock and Slaton ' proved and the assessor allowed his fees for his work or that por- tion coming from the county. R. A- Barclay was authorized to have ime work done on the approaches to the new bridge j recently built across the Canyor. on the Abernathy and Lubbock ! n-ad. The matter of openi ng a road of the f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 11 September 1913

T H K A V A IjA N OHJ 1'vnr.rMiKD vuv TnuKoDAt bv TIIK A V A IA N CI I K PUHL.ISHING CO. INCOHI'OMATKl) jamks l. now Entered at the I'oMoffiM at Lubbock Mails as second class matter. SrUSCRM'TION RATES: (Strictly In Adrance) One Year li.oo 4DVunsis iUTM:-Locals 10 cents per line each Insertion. Display- ad ertlsenipnU IS cent per single column Inch per week; special rate on year contract Card of thatiki resolution Obituaries (other than wrtttenby ourselves. 2 1-2 centa per line. Church adrertlsmenls where a revenue Is di-rlved therefrom 5 cent per line. Professional carda 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. n I Business Office 14 Phones J Residence 242 LUBBOCK IKXAS THURSDAY SKIT. 11. 1913 Beginning this month a change will be made in the manner of making public the re- Dorts on cotton ginned. Hereto fore the local correspondents of the Census Bureau sent their re- ports direct to Washington and the results were not known until the complete statement was published by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 11 September 1913

find relocated the scene of opera- j lion and went bark home without making their minion known i Some time later thoy communi- jcatod with Co!. Robertson tcllit g I him of the coal on his land and arranirmonts were soon made ' whereby all interested parties 1 shou! share an interest in t h cal rights." "J. 1 4. Campbell and family wore in f.ubhock on Aug. 1st' and account of which appeared1 in the Avalanche at the time luit Mr. Campbell did not jiivo any other reason for hi hinw here other than looking at the country. i It is to he hoped that this dis- covery alontf with the other men-! tionod near this place that a lib- eral deposit of coal may be found. Futher development will beQ watched with keen interest by n ODODODODOnonononononononnnnnnnftnnnnnrtnrn -M WMWMWMWMWMWkJ o C) a o a o a o n o a o a o a o O a o a We Thank You FOR YOUR And in ordfr t than in mereVwor teamed favors customers a pre alt 4 Is. ajVJfd wfrf e ajf yr- conrjng V Till; BeuutmiiQJp ft WW - yi T VATRONAOE in a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 11 September 1913

1 m. rr r CO. -t'III.IHIIKI) KVKUr TntTli0DY BY TI1K AVALANCHK 1'UllL.IHIIINa INWIHI-OKATKD JAMES L. HOW "EuuredatuTe Poswllce i Lubbock"TxM 'for trannT.lMion throuKh H j If alia at second claaa witter. J II Jli -i V JL.fJL-f-J1-'---: the reportioioinerp . f f I UUtr O shou d he rendering praises w rather than knocking. ! () As a matter of fact half the (J ! people of Lubbock don t know u what we have in the country O nv way. 1 have taken trips O through the country with people () of this town and the way U KD1TOR. One Year 11.00 SITHSCIUl'TION RATKS: (Strictly In Advance) Sli Month! 50c !............ rtTM -I oral 10 cenU pt-r line earn Irmertlon. Dltplay- art iTrfAtA mn Inch per week; tpeclal rate. on Tertlsemenu 10 thank. resolution Obituaries other than Kb TouSn..ve.r I 1 Id u per ! Church rrewllie U dlS I therefrom ft cents per line. 1'rofea.lonal carcli 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. Phones Business Office 14 I Residence 242 V - 7v Si' V- - A We would be ve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 11 September 1913

w. s. Norton DEACONS DENOUNCE DANCING i Baptist Official of Midland Spak Out on the Subject and Place Higher Standard in Church Mullanil Hr.rtrr "Inasmuch as the question of the right or wrong of church morn hers engaging in dancing is up the pastor and deacor.n of the Midland Baptist church make the following statement: "1. We are sure that the Now Testament is clear in its teaching that all such "revelling" is. wrong I Gal. 5: l'.i-21: 1 Peter X Ami the onlv reason the mod-rn dance the I time as sunikif and ybJUding nroherties aet fra(alr. above aMhAteL anormt- rltnduAncf of scorrsiEMULsiuiw. its prompt us often thwarts tuberculosis. u-i COTTON REPORTS 'A New Method Will be Used Thi I Year in Giving Out Reportl ofGinnerj dance lose their influence over ' their associates and are unable to lead them to the S-ivior. "J. To encourage the dance hy attending it. hv allowing it in our homes or bv excusing those who engage in it. contributes to S not meme'iim m ...- - - ...i prohibitive ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 11 September 1913

FINE RAINS IN YOAKUM LAND OWNERS OPTIMISTIC ANOTHER CITY WELL T H E A V ALA NOH E rVML!KHD KVKkf TUl'KKDAT RT THE AVALANCIIiS PUHLJSIIING CO. INOOHPORATrD AMES L. DOW EDITOR. Entered at the Potomc tl Lubbock Teiu for trtmtmlsilon throuirh the Hall u second clui matter. Ona Year 11.00 SUHSCniPTION RATES: (Strictly In Adtanca) Sli Month! SOc 4DVKUTiMiMu KTm: Locali 10 cent per line each Inhertlon. Display- ad ferttnemenu 16 cents per single column Inch per week; special ratea on year contract!. Cards of thanks resolution Obituaries (other than wrtttenby ourselTes. 2 1-2 cent! per line. Church adTertlsmenU where a revenue I derived therefrom 6 cents per line. Professional cardi 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid In advance. D. j Pusiness Office 14 Phones j Residence 242 LUBBOCK TEXAS THURSDAY SKIT. 11 1913 HOME Mrs. E. P. Turner Chairman Rural Homes and Schools Farm Life Commission says: "Home is the place where our thoughts return in the hour of loneliness. Its memory seems to cl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 11 September 1913

Society Items BY MRS. D. ROWNSON DIPPING CATTIE Mrs. Joe 1'enney entertained Friday evening at "XT' in honor of her niece Miss Watson of Iirenham. Refreshments of cake and rream were served to Misses Watson the honor truest Von Uoscnbtirg Thrasher of Austin Mable McLarry Kva Wheeiock Ctillins Wilkinson of Ovalo. Willye Wilson Messrs. Swift. Newt Wilson Oscar Porter ' Emmett Porter Oo. P.enson Sid Caraway. I)ulr Robert Wafson Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Powell and Mrt. Jno. Penney. j departed at a late hour with may expressions of thanks to their hostess for such a delight- ful evening. Lubbock County People Are Busy Complying With The Recent Re- Requirementi of the Assn. 8 Th4 Auction ISridge Club met with Mrs. M. E. Merrill Tuesday afternoon at her lovely home on SouthlSingar. Three tables of llayer Ijlyed this occasion. Mrs. (ntyfle Moody winning high. Those l-tcant were Melames Slaton Rush Smith Thomas. I). Robinson Orville Moody Gehde. Robbins Wortham Kain and Priest. The hostess served...

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