The Lubbock Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 20, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 1, 1920 Page: 4 of 20
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LINDSEY THEATRE THURSDAY JAN. 8
ONE NIGHT ONLY CHARLES F. HORNER PRESENTS
riTUlK? A HPTCTO)
The Greatest Comedy-Drama A New York Cast Coming to Lubbock
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A Scene from "CHEATING CHEATERS."
Featuring Bertine Robinson With 12 other notable players. This cast played in New York leading
theatres for a straight run of 13 months. This is the third play of the series of shows presenred by
Charles F. Horner following "The Only Girl" and "The 13th Chair" companies of which were a suc-
cess in each and every town played. Not a moving picture a real play by real players.
Prices $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 Seats on Sale Jan. 3rd
DOORS OPEN 7:30-CURTAIN 7:45
The Curt of Crimianl Appeal re-! of the district court here nnd the! B. C Byer. iinH wife uniH
cently revced the case of Florence e was taken to ne mrnr h: holiday vhiiUn
W. M. Parks of Brown field at-
tended to business in Lubbock Monday.
.-:iL U.. ..W.... Mai It
eyno'ris w ho wu. convicted of the I
murder of her husband tried in the
d;rtrcf court of this county. She I W. S. Kinir of Portnle. N.
was refused a new trial by the judge -was in the city Tuesday.
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Jtidjre Ixxkhart of Tahoka. is at-
tending to Ikb1 buninei in the city
O B. Trinkle left Tue.ilay morn-
ling for Clovis N. M. to be gone fr
Mr Blair returned from San An-
U'elo Monday where she had pone to
I spend the holidays.
Dr. Bauirh and family returned
l Sunday morning from Brownwood.
i where they visited relatives during
Calomel salivates! It's mercury. Calomel
acts like dynamite on a slujijish liver. When
calomel comes into contact with sour bile it
crashes Into it causing crampinj and nausea..
A. A. Green and family of Rulls
passed through- Lubbock Sunday
morning. They had been spending
some time in Brownwood.
Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead!
If you feel bilious headachy con-
stipated od aft knocked out just go
to yonr druggist and get s bottl of
godson' Liver Ton for a few cents
which U a harmless vegetable sub-
stitute for dangerous calomel. Take
a spoonful and if it doeaa't start
your liver ind straighten you up
better and quicker thsa nasty calomel
sod without miking you nek yoii
just go back and get year money.
If you tke calomel today roull
be sick and nausea tod tomorrow; be-
sides it may salivate yeu while if
you take PoHon' I.iver Tone
will wake up feeling great full oi
ambition and ready for work or pl.it
It is harmless pleasant and safe tn
give to children; they like it.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Iater Guinn and
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Oliver are spend-
ing the week in Ft. Worth and Dallas
and will return Monday.
G. W. Martin of Temple has
moved to our city to make hia home
for the future. Mr. Martin is pleas-
ed with Lubbock.
Make 1920 a Happy Year
By building a home. Buy your
material from us.
W. C. Bowman Lumber Company
Quality Lumber and B & Better Service
E. C. Bamett of the Canyon com-
munity came in Tuesday and renew-
ed his subscription to the Avalanche.
Mr. Bamett reports things in fair
Mr. Hicks has sold his lunch
; room to Mr. Hufstedler. The bua-
i mess will continue in the same old
Earl RuUedge of Gomes is in
Lubbock visiting and also attending
j to buaineaa.
F. A. Knox left Monday for An-
Ison Texas where he goe to attend
Mrs. G. F. Scott and son Earlsbery
.Scott returned to their home at
Mineral Wells after an extended
visit in different parts of the plains.
DURING THE NEW YEAR
You can save much time to your office or your business by letting
us serve you lunches. Our Cafe service is prompt and satisfac-
REMEMBER OUR LINE OF FINE CANDIES AND FRUIT.
CIGARS CIGARETTES AND FOUNTAIN DRINKS.
The Manhattan Parlor and Cafe
Muu Gussie .James of Ilrov. n field
was in Lubbock Wednesday looking i
for a place as teacher in on of our j
county schools. j
Rev. W. A. Brock of Monroe j
pent the day in Lubbock Monday. '
Mr. Brock's wife has been afflicted
tor some time but he reports her
very much improved. We. rejoice i
that it is so. I
O. R. PHILLIPS Prop.
The employe of th. Citizens Na-
tional Bank were given real Christ-
mas present when the directors of the
bank presented them with a cash bo-
nus amounting to ten per cent of
their annual salary.
J. B. Sides of the Canyon com-
munity is attending court aa a jury-
man this week. Mr. Sides reports
fine progress in the continued har-
vesting of the great crop grown (W
hi farm. They will make 65 or 60
balea of cotton and 45 bushels of
com per acre. A great crop in
F. K. Mitchell our city marshal).
r turned the first of On week from
llnuaton where he had gone to Laks
( lud. Hubert who had had the mis-
fortune of becoming insane. Mr.
Mitchell report Mr. Robert aa be-
ing very agreeabla patient.
The Baraca Class
"We Do Things"
This is the livliest young men's class
in Lubbock. A new church build-
ing is soon to be constructed in
which this Class will be assigned a
large and attractive room for its
COME OUT NEXT SUNDAY
A T 9:45 A. M.
Mr. Barber and wife ram in Mon-
day from Pecan Gap Delta County.
They are making Ibis part their
home aiid will live five mile north
S. R. Bavins of MounUinair N
M.. visited in Lubbock this week lie
iroe from her to Koswell thenc to
hi hum in MounUinair.
! T. Martin waa in I.ittlefield
Wednesday where he acted as
cb rk at a public sale.
SOLD BY CITY DRUG ITORE
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Dow, James L. The Lubbock Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 20, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 1, 1920, newspaper, January 1, 1920; Lubbock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth288346/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .