Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas on September 25, 1930 · Page 1
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Lubbock, Texas
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Thursday, September 25, 1930
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t.UBBOOK. T'RXAff. HORNTNO 'AVALANCHE, THtJBSDAY, SEPTEMBEB 25, AVomaii's Angle Observance Of Prayer Week Continues Among First Baptist Women Womu'r Cdttor • ... .. ..... , ..» •was a pathetic 1 'story in, ^ the <ptperiB the other day about Jakuklak who worked all a* «crub woman 1 in a sky, .r-to support her husband and 1 'children Each night as she went Home on the street car, she Spoke to the motor-man and then «te .morning neighbors found her 'fcody irttfv the throat cut and the hautxtnd admitted he had killed her. jna unfaithful She had been •on an affair'with the mo-. tcnaan," he explained. V .. V * •'. .'.•..• '•• that's only one chapter, probably, in &• j>ltl*ble "Story of disappolnt- mervtt which were accentuated while the man sat at home night afbtr nijht brooding over his unemployment and position In" life.. * * •'•..:'..•.- .• We read and write of psychology and self control and will power and education and believe that we .as : individuals.and as a nation.are rising above primitive Impulses and actions. And then along comes something to stir our hearts and emotions and we "go native" to- -mediately and commit acts which "Vt regret tiurtag the remainder' of wir. lives. « ; tt • . . - . This 1 tragedy of the Jakukialc's .might just as easily have stalked the home of Smiths of the O'Briens, rVirtually every day it Is the same atory of. man or wife killing be• cause they were jealous of real or •tended unfaithfulness in their mates. * * * • • .. i WHO WANTS THEM TOT WITH the return of more femin- |Y ine fashions, Kathleen How- iaehion editor for a national en's 1 magazine, believes that te a finer touch to milady'^ manners but regrets that men's manners have not returned to the old courtliness. "We're still waiting for them to treat us with the deference they gave our mothers" she says, adding' that delightful old Mrs. A. T. Cocanougher Is to Lead Program on Hospitals And Schools This Afternoon Hospitality for Home Begins in the Dining Room Lesson Yesterday Concerns Mexican Mission Work and Mrs. Frascier McCrununen Is Leader ' Continuing the observance of the fall week of prayer, members of the .First Baptist Womens Missionary society are to gather at the church again tills afternoon at 3 .o'clock for a short program and prayer session. Mrs. A. T. Cocanougher Is scheduled to lead the program this afternoon and it will be demoted to a discussion of churches and hospitals. Mrs, Frazier McCrummen was leader of yesterday's program, which concerned the church work •• among the Mexicans. Mrs. S. A Henry talked on the topic, "The Harvest Is Plentious," and Mrs. C. L. Fowler told of the work among Mexicans in Texas. Mrs. C. F. Litton sang a vocal solo. • These programs will be concluded Friday afternoon. They were started on Tuesday afternoon, following regular circle meetings of the society on Monday. Personals •niiiimimiiiiimiimimiiiwiiiiiiiiiii.- Mr. and Mrs. L. Wesley Head, 2213 Main street, have been visiting Mrs. Read's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Walter in Hillsboro, _«»__ i i Wesley Smith, ' former LubbocJc i ! resident, who. is now living in Hobbs, is; spending several days here on business. io bidding her adieu, seem to grouse- no interest on the part of the masculine element of society. * * * . • All theae traditions about men lowing from the waist and kissing the feminine hands and fighting duals at sunrise over the mention ol a lady's name sound well in fiction snd probably bad their place in society. But, it's ancient history now. Just because men don't cling to theee traditions is no sign that they are ; -not gallant. Women could be treated with all of this formal courtlinesB while they remained in the home and ;were seldom seen. But the hand kissing idea probably loses.some of its appeal for a man tfho has seen the girl working all *eck in.a down town office. She slemahda a more Informal associa- •Jon during the daytime and there ^ecms to be no reason why it should *wt ; carry over into the evening. * 9 * You know, acting natural is cup- jfoscd to be one of the keys to «harm. * * • mHE fall fashion of combining 1 two materials of contrasting colors Is effectively carried out in sports clothes, according to a style hint. V * -• 1 MERICAH Rabbis at a conf er- A- ence in Baltimore this week adopted a statement favoring "an intelligent attitude toward birth control" and the statement is to be read at synagogues throughout the nation during the 10-day nosh Hoshana holiday period. W ¥ * There is hardly a church conference these days, whether It is protestant, catholic or what not, that time is not devoted to discussion of birth control in the church and some statement is issued telling of the stand of church leaders, which usually grow more liberal. C V • Now. I probably am as well as informed on fundamentalism and modernism as the average person, which sneans that I know practically nothing at all about it, but from the vague explanations that I have managed to elicit from people during the last few yeari, who claimed to be either a fundamentalist, I judge that I am the latter. And I judge, too, that the attitude of these church people on birth control is modernistic in its trimd— that is applicable to the present day situation—and I am glad to sec ihc church adopting the more liberal stand. As a powerful influence in the life of virtually every person in the u-or!u, whether or not he subscribes to the terw.te of some oarticular religion, tho church needs to be mod- ernised ns it goes along. And I cannot think, thnt modernization is go' trig to harm the fundamental teach. : trigs of true Christianity. LOYAtlFsTERS MEET Mrs. E. F. Huff Hostess to Needier! Yesterday *' Mr? E. f'. Hu/f, 2707 21st street •'•'Was 'hostess U> numbers of the loyal Needle club yesterday after; noon In her hmno. sen-ing a pala- ; table, refreshment, course at the end S. S. Class hi Happy Affair Mill Louise Ferguson Hat "Measurement Party" for South Side Baptist S. S, Class Tuesday Miss Louise Ferguson, 2412 Avenue T, was hostess to members of tha Sunday school class of the South j Side Baptist church, taught by Mrs^ R. Q. McLeod Tuesday evenine m her home. The entertainment was in the form of a measurement party and i later light refreshments were ssrv- ' ed. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames Ran Smith, Fred Joyce, Misses Bernice Judd, Oma Smith, jLinnie V. Wyatt, Mae Cox. Lena Belle .Chancellor, Grace Shanks, Mildred Thompson, Messrs. H. D. Wjatt, Earnest Keith, Arnold Harper. Edgar Owens. Harvey Downing. Otis Jackson, Freddie Blake and Leroy Kclky. Melyern Hunter has returned to Dallas where he is in the employ* of the Texas Power, and Light com- i pany after being called to Plalnvlew j several weeks ago because of the I death of his .father, E..C. Hunter.! He has -been x'isiting his mother there- since. - Hunter . is well known here, being a graduate of Texas Tech college- and was one of the most popular students on the campus. Dining room in lite colonial type ivbicb expresMs the hospitality of the Club Meetings Predominate On Social Calendar During Week-End; Will Have Parties Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Beall have returned to their home in Pearsall af- ; roorQi and g s tnc w i nter season ' By ELIZABETH H. RUSSELC ] then on it is spread a large oriental j creamy white blossoms of the dog- Decoration Editor, The American Home iMagazlne Hospitality begins in the dining ter a visit here with their son L. H Beall and Mrs. Beall, 3211 22nd street. 'rug In rich tones of blues, browns, rust and cream, with touches o' taupe and dull old rose. The cicuHe pedestal table, long sideboard, china iraws near, our thoughts turn na- j cabinet and chairs, arc Sheraton in turally to preparing: this room for : type, a perioci of furniture whHi Is I Us forthcoming functions with new i In high favor now as its charm an:i wallpaper, draperies or furniture, ; restful simplicity make it approprl- Mrs. E. C. Dickinson has returned to her home in Rusk after a several monUi's visit with her daughter Mrs. C. B. Powell, 1005 Ave. S. room sboffn abovc _ the whole effec . Is simple and charming. The room, like the rest of the house, is colon- wood in the middle with a silver pheasant on either side. The service places are set with tall crystal stemware and Limoges de?sert plates, which match the after-dinner coffee cups on tlie sideboard, and some of the china in the cabinet. 'The sideboard is graced with tho appropri- possibly, and at least with fresh ac-jate for colonial houses, and it a!- ; ute sterling silver, tall candlesticks cessories to reflect credit upon our entertaining. In the beautiful dining Mrs. A. L. Scarle of Topeka, Kan., t expected to arrive here at noon ial in type, the later colonial, when ways has a friendly and homelike atmosphere. Blue Tones Repeated The three-fold screen, with a Chinese design in dull gold on soft. blue, which stands before the door into the pass pantry, adds a decorative and a graceful after-dinner coffee pot and su^ar bowl on a flat tray. The lighting fixtures of this room are particularly well chosen, strict they are tvnll sconces in silver lin- hh. pJaccd fit an excellent height from the floor, and having small today to visit her_daughter, Mrs. D. | rooms ^ ere spa cious and uncrowd- .... ,. ,. „. „ T. Jennings, 270o 21st street, and | ecl _ It nas flne architectural features note to the room, and the tone ot j chiffon thadw In taupe, lined with Mr. Jennings, who is executive of j o/ wblt woo d wor !c with a dado.' blue Is picked up again by the toilc the South Plains Area Boy Scout Council. Mrs. Searle Is en route to California where she will spend the the"doorwaj"m"to"the hall" winter. : Mrs. Clarence Hester, of Tucum- deep cornice, and an arch with u t de Jouy wallpaper in the halI 4 jvhipb keystone made of mouldings over' has rustic scenes in that color ; against its cream background. The The wallpaper is a simple scenic hall also rcieals other colonial dei design In soft creams and tawny • .'s:Js in the mahogany coiiiwli- table browns, which makes an harmoni- • aud wall mirror, as well as by its carl, is visiting in the home of her L ug background for the brown ma- white dado and simple woodwork. ! fui sister, Mrs. Howard Holt. 6H Ave- hogany f unl | tur e. The floor was i The table Is spread'with lace doll- ibe Princess Mary's Irish wolfhound j was among the dogs entered for tha [recent show of the Ladies' Kennel I Association in London. II Only Wish ! I Had Taken Konjola Sooner nue N. J. E. Watson, jr.. Missouri University tills winter. ! first stained dark brown and waxed,; lea, and has a crystal bowl of ths iwc silk, en each simulated candle, to soft<?n the light and protect the PJ-CK of gue£!>: at the twhie. A room like thii is not expensive to furnish, bwt th'j care given to each detail has produced a charming interior. and the expenditure lias (ill been for furniture and accessories which will an invrstment in satisfaction tor years !? come. Is at attending j Columbia j Mrs. Lon Robinson, of Plainview. is visiting n the home of her par • ents. Mr. and Mrs. E, C. Young. Mra.-R. L. ClnXscales is leaving today for a visit of about a month in Dallas. She is accompanying her father-in-law, A. E. Cllnkscales. back after he has visited here for several days. Mr. Clinkscales and his son. R. L. Cllnkscalet;, spent yesterday In Levelland and other points west of Lubbock. Licenses Are l^ ew Officers are Elected in Glee T ^ i Club at High School; Uniforms io ISSUed lexas Be Chosen; Emblems are Selected Young People Mrs. Q. G. Castleberry has returned from a visit in California. j Mr. and Mrs. Lum Holcomb j have returned from a visit to Fort Worth, Dallas and other points. Mrs. J. E. Watson has gone Long Beach, Calif., to spend to New Mexico Bureau Iitued Marriage Permit* Last Week to Seven Couplet of Texas CLOVIS. N. M.. Sept. 24. (Special —Seven West Texas couples have been issued marriage license here this week. They include: Adron Jones and Alice Jennings, Amherst; Canvin Maynard and Luclle Malone, Tulia; Odell Nelson and Alice Se- • ! .well. Amarillo; O. N. \vinK\e and i J Louise McMahou and H. D. f'ergu- j winter with her daughters, Mrs. LU- I ^""^ '"^' la """ """ "; „,'"r.TT i.^ oo« O«H «i.f T^ le ^ii« w. f . son and Thelma Ham-11. Dlmmitt; New officers have been elected in the Girls Glee rlub of Lubbock High school, plans are being di. 1 ;- cutewi {or the adoption of uniform 1 : and emblems have been selected. Regular meetings of the club, which has Mrs. L. J. Von Tungcln lor a sp'.'nior, will be on Monday ovenlngs. Sue Mlrhl« hw been cli.Tted prcsi- arnl. ol the club. Ruth Wacncr '> vicc-pH'iKJent. Beatrice Mills b librarian mid Ruth Lewis is reporter A committee to select uniform; has been appointed and is composed of Mrs. Hub Jonos. Mre. Car- sle Adalr, Julia Blackwell nna Martha Denr, Cosbv. LuM>ock Court Records Mrs. Henry Frnka to Honor: Three Women Today; Other Events* Are Announced for Friday Club meetings are to predominate ! social activities here during the remainder of the week, according to announcements that have been made, although several parties hav been scheduled. Mrs'. Henry Frnka is entertaining at bridge tills afternoon in the' Chitnayo room of the Hilton howl at 3:30 o'clock. The affair compliment the wives of three athletic coaches who are new In Lubbock, Mesdanies W. H. Keeling. P. W. Cawthon and Russel Smith. Mcsdamcs S. B. Hsiynee and Jut ; Nislar are entertaining today and tomorrow. ; | The Lu Beta Delphian chapter I j meets In room 314 administration building today. P.-T. A-'s To Me*t The K. Carter and George M. Hunt Parent -Teacher associations are .scheduled to meet at the schools at 3:30 o'clock. An affair for this evening has been announced as an old-fashioned box supper to be given in the Masonic hall beginning at 8 o'clock. Members of the Order of the Eastern Star are sponsoring the event Hticl proceed.'; will go toward. 1 ! their charity fund. Announcement ha* been made that visiting Matons and their wives. O. K. S. members and tbe;r huibands and any interested persons arc invited to attend. Meet On Friday Friday club meetings nwluoe i» Wednesday Needle Society in Party! Mesdames f. M. Maddox end M. j B. Hilburn were gracious hostesses i yesterday afternoon to members of the Wfdnesday Needle club In the Maddcx home at 1627 Main street. Sandwiches, sherbert and cake were f.c'rvpri iu the end of the afternoon Club members who attcnd«I vtre Mewlamrs E. L. C. J Warner. W. B. Atkins. Eozclla Hushing, T. B. Duggan, F. L. Robertson. I- C Ellis H. A. Davidson. 5. C. \VUjoo Jot Smyth, J. L. Ratltff, O. F. S«n- sabaugh. GueaUi were M!ti Inu Thomas, of Dallas, find Mrs. C. A. Bicklry. meeting of tha J930-42 club Mr. and Mrs. Allan HiH in tb£ evening and a party for 1921 Bridge club members with' the Ernest Conleys. Kil Karc cty'o m-jisbers are meeting in the aif^rnocn with Mra. R. C. Harvey. TOday evening girls of the Tech Home Economics dub are entertaining students in-'tne home economics school with'•*• reception in the practice house' oh' the campus. This is an annual nflair. Tho 1930 Friendship club is meeting at 3 o'clock.Friday afternoon with Mrs. Jesse Cox, 190$ 16th street. Mrs. E. B. Hams will be Joint .hostess. • • ' R. II. Crowder vj,. M. O. Kuil !or jioMwiion of 72nd district.. Mrs. Ella Cannon v*. V. C. Cu;> no:!, suit for d:vorc«>. flyUi district 'Couldn't Feel Any Better" "I was nervous and rundpifcn and weighed less than a hub' dted pounds. I felt tired ihd weak and often h»d to lie down. I took Lydia E. Plrjk- ham's Vegetable Corr.pound becauic 1 saw it advertised. Now I eat well, *ie«p well and have gcxxi color. In fact, 1 couldn't feel any better and I weigh one hundred fifty-five pounds. 1 am glad to answer feuers from any woman who wants to know more about the Vegetable Compound."—Mrs. BertJui SwpHeru, 21 E, Roa Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Lyoia E, Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound AU-i < »- I »•» lard Pass and Miss Priscilla Watson. She accompanied her brother. J. J. Richards, as far as his home In Santa Fe. New Mexico, expecting to continue to * Sudftn j Galveston Contractor Soon Re-! y^,." lieved of Rheumatism and i V:J~-,r T»«,,UU P..,™.- ir, i Mrs. J. W. Barbee and BOH. Hob- Kidney Trouble — tager m . m , m 37th street have retunied from a visit in Houston and other Bride Chosen HonoreeHere Newly Organized . t O Club in Meeting I CHARTERS GRANTED i AUSTIN. Sept. "1. ..•}• -Chartered: ; Charles M. Cope, In'- b'uii Anjjc- • la; ctpital Mock *2?oo .M:IKT»I rio- i velopmcnt. Incorpursiior. 1 -. C. M. | Cope, C. W. Wood, P. O. Keed. Hie Southern Ur;i!::;g coinimiiy. •Rofugio; capital t-!oo: S5.000. Well drilling. Incor;>ora".-r»: Lauerrn L. Smith." Uec Wotili;,'. C. P. Ru^rli. Stag Society Plans Affair, Country Club i "Rheumatism and kidney trouble ! kept me In constant misery for two I years." said Mr. Joe Gonzalez, 90 i Eighteenth street. Galveston. "The \ rheumatism centered in my arms | and legs and the pains in my arms I and hands were frightful, I could ' not clotc my hands at times and my I ! hips and lo-rcr limbs wrro in such tainmcnt of the club for the ' Ifrm ; Mrs. Alton Brock, recent bride. : was named honoree at a parly : given Tuesday evening in tho nonie ; of Mrs. J. j". Smelv:r, 1626 14th 1 street, with Mrs. Woodine Dagiey i ;mci Miss Daislmac Humphries u, 1 - : i jouit hostesses | ! Before her marriage. Mrs. Broci: ' •R'as Miss Jessie Mclvcr ; > Bridge and forty-two were -play- i ed during the evening and tto honoree was given a shower of nuptial gifts. Guests Included Misses Pauline Randolph, Babe Mclver, Helen Aycock, Babe Green. Ruby Penney, Opal Clark. Louise Bates, Clara Randolph, Vera Davis, Loveta Car- michacl, Clyde Scales, Letha Ecllc year was held Tuesday night I Pcarce. Bertie Mae Garner, Mcs- at'the home of Harmon Jenkins i dam« Larry Craddock. E. D. Hayes, with Clayton Lawrence named I •*- M - Mclver, H. G. Brock, Leon president; Frank Stone, vice-pres- j Ha] e> Alton Brock. ident; Charles Adams, secretary and Harmon Jenkins, treasurer. PROPOSE MORE PAVING Tonight marts the Initial enter- ! A meeting of i.ii Mesa Kodunda. recently orgamzffi needle club, wat held Wednesday aJrrnioon at ihf home of Mrs. C B. Hardin, n-ith Mrs. T. A. Bate; ;i? u.'slttatu hostess. At the close of tho afternoon dr> licloufa refrcalimcntb v.-crc served to Mesdames J. A. Lindscy, John Morri&on, Townscn Wnddill. W. H. esses Tuesday; Home of One Porter, EVU Wnddin. A. w. Bntes, W. V, Woods. D. W. Robertson, J. ! A. Martin. J. W. Harrison. M. A. ' Pcarce. and Mk-s Lois Morriion. thr : Mrs. Alton Brock Honoree at Party Given by Three Host- Fete Scene TWO rOl'ND DEAD CHICAGO. Krpt. 23. <•!• — A C. Van Pittirnti. 50, HIKJ his Maude, wvr? found shot to in their b.-droom todny when janitor n: their spartmont called poJloo. Vnn Patton. n rre'iu iiibii- ngcr rji Armour & Co.. is believed to Have killKi bi. 1 -. v .'i!'c and liim- Wlf. JTJST sprinkle in some Kcllog4's Rice Krispics next time you have »oup. Adds tlic flavor of toasted rice. Delicious! Rice Krispics are the new and different cereal. So crisp they crackle in milk or crcain.'tN'onderful for breakfast, lunch or supper, TO' a package. At grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. jry . Bridge, Watermelon Feast Scheduled for Tonight at Country Club for Local Men's Society Members of DC Qae club, social organization composed of several men students at Texas Technological college, are to entertain several of their friends with a stag bridge party and watermelon feast at the Country club tonight at 8:30 o'clock. Election of officers for the -tnsu- Civil Appeals AMAR1LLO, Sept. 24—(Special; —The following proceedings were | had in the court of civil appeals lei < the seventh district, at Amarijlo to- j day: ' Motiorjj overruled: Jolmcoa i FRESH RICK - West Texas Hospital k. Tcxki R, 5, WILLIAMS. Bunneti Manager STAfT Ch«*. J. YV*fntr. At O. Burge. 1 * and Consuiuiwa S«m O. Donn M. .D. Surgery and Urology I'rtil \\: 5tan4efer. M. D. Rnhrrt T. Cmnon, M. D. Eye. Car, Nose ana Tn«at Allen T. Stewart. M. D. Obstetrics aaa Fedl&trici YfttL L. &*afh. M. D. S<:rg*ry and Diagnosis >V. U Craveai, M. D. General Medicine O. D. Cross. .H. D. Surgery and Gynecolocy O. W. tnjlbh. M. D. Medicine wid 6urgery a C, MANSELL, M. D. UcrmMoiogj' and General Medicine C. 11 Ater, D. D. S. Dcntsl and • Oral Burgtry ecognlM^i school for nurses In conncetion with .Hospital Rabj BucbJUt Gilbert, R. K. Supt. ol Nurses tdnm Enjr»«. R. N. Instructor. Affirmed: R. ;s W. A. .-, 4ti.iii»<. Nlrho 1 ,-;. J. G. ..., Id AHon. John R. Hal!. ,1 Ififitford *rid cliildrpn. Mar " HW. Wst mating will' be October rMrs. D. A. Davis. 2306 13tl. j condition that I could, not walk. My i kidneys were terribly weak and fre- • quent bladder actions robbed me of i sleep at night. I always had a dull ! pain across the small of my back. "A friend rupgcEtrd tills new medicine and I only wi&h that I had ' taken Konjola sooner. The results have been wonderful and I feel like • A new perjon. The pains in my • shoulders anti arm.'; Jfcvc dlsappcar- | rd and I. car, walk about Without ; discomfort. I grt about n.<, I for- : mnrly did and my kidneys art again : In nnrmn! rnnrlltinn. My npnpfii? I bn,- incrfrtsod and my general j health has va.Mly Improved," Kor.jola 5s recommended for ailments of the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels and rheurrfatism. neuri- ; tis snd nervousness. fall term. Mrs. J. H. Bryan is Hostess at Party R. Glliiland vs : j Pcnick-Hughes company, from': : Hardemaji. Guy B. Speed, et al, vs i : Mary A. Gilllland. ct al. from Hale. \ i Reversed and rend'rca: Allen; . Early vs S. R. Isaacson, from Pot- ' ; ter. i •• Set for submission OcL '^, 1930: i ; R. J. Bundrant, by next friend,! : vs. E. L. Woodle. from Hockley. W. I ' B. Clmuncey. et al, vs. K. C. M. & \ ; O. Ry. Co. of Texas, from WJJ-! f^ r barger. W, L. Hcndrlck. ct al. vs' S. F. Johnston, et al from Lub- ' ! bock. M. S. Kaplan Co.. \s. II. M. ! Wiley, from Wheeler. R. W. Hall. Easement negotiations are under- } v u . Wllbargcr county, ct al. from in connection with plans to Avenue H from 40 to 80 feet THATS as ncw-Liid eggs.. H/7/fBros Coffee Negotiations Under Way Widening of Avenue H way mill be uawi in Of Konjol* Is sold In L«bbr*k, *t 9o*eii's drug; store. «nd .by til th*T tj«st artntgtsts In all fowts ut Ihfs sntire ecclton. A business session was held yes- . tcrday afternoon when members of j "'8»*' a y ! the 1916 Needle club met with Mrs. f clt >' Hm'^J. II. Bryan in her home at 2010 Main street. Later the hostess served a dainty refreshment plate to Mesdames E. B. Green, R. I. Tubbs, R. V. Kim- mcl, R. T. Coffee, F. V. Brown, Woodrow Allen. F. F. Young, Raleigh Martin, W. D. Benson, A. N. Oamblf. W. E. Lylr James Klm- mell, O. H. Cllne. 'joe Baldrldge, J. W. Ganiel, R. F. Huey, and .J. M. Gordon. and pave it from the Santa Fe underpass to the point where sta> i. 9 meets the north Wilbarger. D. E. Holt Ford from Wheeler. vs. F. O. Jw the original t'acuutn fuck Cl«0 Length of th? proposed pavement is about threr snd a half blocks. Easements are being obtained by the city to provide additional area for the street. CAPAT.VLTST PARIS, Sept. 24. (/P;—Samuel Newhousc. retired American capitalist, died luddcnly Monday c\cnln; at the Chateau de Mcrncs, ncsr Paris, st the age of 67. TWELVE BABIES BORN CROSBYTON, Sept, 24. (Special.) Twelvr babies were born to Crosbyton families during August. There vere eight boys and four girls. Lcvens, McWhorter & Howard LAWYERS Now located 414-416 Myrick Bidg, Phone 273 ROWTIXG gives Hills ^ros. Coffee a flavor oo other coffee as. And bcMir-e Hilh Pro-.. Coffee s \ acuuro packed, air, which destroys he flavor of coffee, is completely uk'to ut of the caD and kept cut. Ordinary ir-tight cans will not keep coffee rcsh tcuuic there ie air in the «o. i BF.VTIST TO tOVPfGTON LOVINOTON.- N. M., Sept. 24.—j 'Specl*!.)—Txjrlnyton h»s tts drn- ! tlst tn the person of Dr. H. H. Join-; er of EsteWn. Tex*s. Or, Joiner has j located his offices Wflipowlly in! tfie Hotel Lcte. j ; SKIN TROUBLES S«i*f t« Irrv. P«pt. U. !U4fie), Dilre.. W4. JResinoL SOPHIE SPHOttE Seko«p| of Dmaciac and Thj»k»l F«r Hotel UM-J Dr. J. B. Jackson DENTIST NOW LOCATED At 207 LUVBOCK NATIONAL BANK BtTLDmO. fWJVE Of

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