The Lubbock Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 20, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 24, 1920 Page: 1 of 22
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THE LUBBOCK ' ' AVALANCHE
LUBBOCK LUBDOCK COUNTY TEXAS. THURSDAY JUNE 21 1920
PEOPLE SHOULD KNOW OF LUBBOCK
CANDIDATE I OR GOVERNOR
SPEAKS HERE WEDNESDAY
THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WILL SOON FORMULATE
PLANS FOR THE NEXT TWELVE MONTHS' CAMPAIGN
rnrn-i mil m i nnnnni nimiii n nrnnitr i iirnnrn ''
:fl tlttll Mill Id LUUBIM MUULU DtbUMtAMtMDtn I
Condition Are Such Now That Inaure Much Activity In Thi Section
And Th More People Who Know About Thi Great
Country The Greater The Development I
T Auo.n.-y !) ral H. F. I-ooney
( (ii'Tliv iiiv Tcxus candidate for
due: nor on h? ltoiiocr.Hie l.ckct
.- Kf to it r na.l galhei.ng ju re W ed-
r .i.iii y n.ht in the Umrict l.ou..
i ' "in. Mr. Lou; e referred to hi putt
ik .i r .! 'ntf ri.eri'i of liat lie nau
lone mill uaked tan support of the
by it. nvn of his iTOr i public
tpenence He referred to the inci
dent tint happened while he was rep-
resentative Senator ami attorney
General. He shi J lh.it (ho nvn wSio
s elected governor should have the
HU.iJfk'dtiorn and the unn to execute
the law us it is. He referred to the
. . . e i .. . i .i done "candidates running on a bua-
The South riami country wi 1 be land financial aupport. made for this palform ju(lK ..as tVldenc-
in the lineal rendition imaginable to organization an. not a am' man ()V .rri.liln candidate holding
invite people to come here th.i fall in the city should refuse to become tne overt-or's thar wno ran upon
and there will be great field for d- a member of ihu. orgn..ntion. hv- ..jU!t;m. ... man's alfrm. Mr.
velopment before U. It will be ery business firm should subscril.e 0liru.y ..j. man huj
time for real work of the orgams- liberally to this institution which in he to thl .mlUn be-
d bodies of thia aection and now a the handa of capable rnen. and thi we tMUSt. h wa4 tht BlUlimu 0f
the time for organisation and team I sre sure it u. wil do unchtimable lf .. univ.r.tv n.mber of koun
work in lining things up for bigger; work for the unbuilding of I.uhbock fneriljt oamr'ation or a member
thine thi. fall. . " ' that way every num. even ()f ome par-lcuur churrh. but should
The Lubbock country la in fine though he hat nothing more than a be on thp haH1 of hllJ knowedire
ahape now. True there hat been some salaried position will be benefitted of Sute an(1 hj. connjence rc.
hail damage and th we notice hat by the exittence of th. oran.iation ( hm b h e thut h
been all over the wettern half of the and can well afford to contribute to be p)Vfnior by prillcle and up-
Slate and thit damajre it no more te- lit tupport. ' on the record they had made in the
vere than many other thinirt that have ' He do not know at present the out. i u
occurred in other tectumt of the line of the publicity campaign for Mf Ucey also tpoke of the dan-
State tuch at wind tlormt. floods the chamber of commerce but there of auwlna. a meaure ft in
etc.. and crop condition. Ukinif them should be a lurire ppropnation "r he Suu authority an1 rirht to pur.
a whole could hardly be better publicity and bterature properly d.a- .hHM. for t7h9 homeiBM ..T)e
There will be a treat crop raited tnbutej will mean a reat deal to- honil.eMII man ha )Hvn prob:em in
nere uiit year ami in.j Hiun " j " --" eVery country und no aatinfactory to-
appreciable probably at never be-jthia city and the Luliliork territory utlon had bJ(n offen.d exrain)
fore in the history of the South to mvett their money. Mr Lon.yi arUl contnUed. " I am
Plaint. ! The board of director will oun (J t0 the IW th pute
Lubbock at it acknowledged by"' portion to announce the newi r)lfht jnvolvlM( an un!iniied ex.
people whe are anyway familiar manatrer for thi oriranization. d peniljturp of monPV an(i an enorrn.
with the true condiliont it grognph-1 undertUnd that they htve pre-)oui incbll.ineM. Vinlt hecaute It
ically edvanUg-eoualy located and;icy closed nal with a man who : HCMiHtlc. because it putt the
with Uie several raifroadt in to thit;' 'lv . wr- one who is gu-e ln poa.tion of buver and aell-
pomt. with a tplendid chance of in.:"Phl ft dome btp thmift for "l.rr unj n ...lution of the above
created railroad fac.lit.ea in the very development of the Lubbock country prot.m Mr Uony aaid he btIlev.
near future there It no longer any I'f K'ven the proper sunport of thelld (hal f imilar courae mut
doubt that LubbiM-k it to be the real P"''1 gf th'1 ''tyL lh" uPlwrt done or followed to relieve the home
citv of the Plaint country and there- -noum noi tip xne corpnraie .- ltljaUn lhat he believed that th
Lion in wntl v uv ttna. i- ... . - I
nary that we maintam a slmmr com-." '' ' "" "' "'"' "
mercial club orfn.iat.on. We have the opbu.ldir.ff of l.ubbock at th-
the orKtiiiation. and it hat in the'"""' " u'n-
hn c.t vraa.t benefit to the town i Let't ret behind the chamber of
and surrundiii(r country I bat not ('ommerce with out booster dudt on measure oifer.iii inducement to cot-
hnd the financial support that it and Kive them a ttronir financial . t(n and M-Uln mills. "Our forefa-
should have had. ani bat been in a ( backuiif. and there w il be no doubt thcrs some fifty year auo followed
manner handirappe'i '.n th account. a manner in which Lubbock ' thia plan. They kv :xteen tectiont
At thit time the ciiasnber it trtstlinar j j ane(j antl tjl; b(.r .lu.e ai'of land at a bonua or inducement for
ready to map cut a campaikti fori .; itv K. ilin. .t . 1 the bnildmir of one mile of railroad"
the next twelve months ana toon the lead n? city of the plain at m Mr Loonty U K that
there will be a drive f r membership j very early Jate. tbe inducement for these mdlt to
... .... .. .. .. - - . be located in Tcxu should be a tax
exemption or something similar.
the country surrounding- tnit 'r ; 'Mate snould exempt loun from cap-
for manv m e around will be ami ro. r .u itullt r othert whose money was
demand when tne peopi mir r - I lent lor nome purcnaame. tie claim-
to be fac'. and ail that will be ' . ........".. ed thit would irive the borrower the
. ... . i I mmlinn am that' u Pn In Hn f f f at. I lnil:il. . ..
for thm io r rnJ piiin . 1 nnont or th tax vxvmption ami not
them i to thtm to th.s rc-. ' " r the man who lonncd his money a
I i7 HUC VI iliirir.ii suie w i".
ilUOOOCK DEMOCRATiC COMMITTEE
FIELD MANAGUA OF W. T. C
OK C. MEETS DIRECTORS
.f. K r'arrow fold inuiii.vr of the
Went Texae Chamber of oinniercu
n et M olid. vv morn! of this Meek i
with the director of the l.ubbock MET LAST MONDAY AND DECIDED UPON MATTERS PER-
Cl.an.ber of t ominen e. Mr Karrow TAINING TO THE PRIMARY ELECTION JULY 24TH
cnoae to tne d.rectoM of tma body
for several minulea reirdniit the i
work done by thin larife body. In hit
t ilk Mr. Furrow told of how the
WuHhwirtnn authorities recognized
!n the West Texaa Chumber of Com-
merce the KtronaeHt oriranibtion in
the United States. There it only one
ether tiinilur organization thut hat
a lurvrer membership than the West
Texas Chamber of Commerce and
that it the United State Chamber of
Commerce an organization fifteen
venr of uiie. while the West Texas
Chamber of Commerce ha been or-
mnized only 18 months. In his ta'k
Monday morninir Mr. Farrow spoke j
of tne Krreai (rood tnal tmi orjfani
II MAJORITY VOTE WILL BE BEQUIflEO FOB ELEC1IBII
Second Primary Will Be Necesaary In Racea Where There Are More
Than Two In Race. Unlet On Receive More Votea
Than All His Opponents
The Democratic Executive Commit-
tee of Lubbock county met last Mon-
day and transacted such business as
came before them. Upon motion duly
i made and carried it was decided that
in the event no elecMon waa held
cation hud done for West Texas dur-in Hockley or Cochran countiea by
triK the past yeur. He spoke especial-1 tnp qualified voters of said counties
ly of the transportation service orthttl th"y be allowed t" vote in pre-
bureau which it located in Fort cin t nun.ber 4 in the court house
Worth. One instance wa cited by I"1 Lubbock. Texas. In the event an
Mr. Farrow showing the increased Uon it held m Hockley county
reiriird for the Chamber of Commerce
of West Texas that was brought
about by the transportation. Weath-
that same be held at Hopes. It was
the order of the committee that all
precinct and county officers be elect-
erford. when asked to become affili-!ei W majority vote wnicn means
ated with the West Texas Chamber i ond primary in ail races where
of Commerce said that it was not in there are three running unless tome
West Texas and ineretore would not.'V'e ul "'em rr.no mun tum
received any direct benefit from thit
organization. Nevertheless a mem-
bership numbering twelve progres-
sive men of Weatherford was receiv-
ed Last winter durintr the coal strike
when people were suffering for want
of fuel; irins were beinit stopped in
Weatherford because they could not
receive fuel and other vital indus-
tries of the town were being handi-
capped Weatherford asked the West
Texas Chamber or Commerce what
The order in which the names of
candidates will appear on the ballot
was determined by lot according to
law with the following results:
For Governor B. F. Looney Hunt
County; I'at M. Neff McLennan
County; Robert E. Thomnson El
Paso County Texnt; Jos. W. Bailey
Cook County Texas.
For Lieutenant Governor W. T.
Pace Dull in County Texas; Lynch
could be done. Their bureau in Fort Davidson Hams County Texaa; J
Worth waa notified of the Weather- iC. McNealus Dallas County Texas;
ford condition. Several curs of coal j W. A. Johnson Hal! County Tex-
that had been confiscated by the Tex- "s; R. B. Humphrey Dallas County
as and Pacific Railroad was released Texas; I. W. Culp Bell County Tex-
Thtt plan offered whs compared with
the present system of the Federal
1 Reserve K.lllk 4.
Mr. Looney a!.-o advocated tome
NEW CIN FOR LUBBOCK
' BAND CONCERT SI NDA
PRACTICALLY ASSUREDj AFTERNOON ON COURT LAW'N JURY CASE3 THAT HAVE
J V Daniel formerly a resident' Bandmaster Dowrou ia authority' BEEN SET FOR TRIAL
of Lubbock i here th t week and! for the statement tht the Chamber
it makinif preparations for buildmt; ; "f Commerce band w..l rie an open; A E. Whitehead vt. rntz Braun.
a ipn here to be rady for the cum l air concert on the court hou lawn set for July 20th; C. W. Jones vt.
ins r.ix season The location of thi Sunday afternoon aid he further I -on nie Lumaden. sol for July JKth;
rm we are informed will be in the statea that the band .a in fin shape W . F.. Bledsoe vs. W. G Na m July
Southeast part of the city and will and is in position to produce hitrh '.''h; John and Karl Green. Aukrust
be a modern irin in every respect- I grade hand concerts and requests the With; W H. Underwo.nl ys. P. ii S.
Thit new Kit will give Lubbock people to come out arid attend these F. Ky ; Autrrst 9th; W. E. Smith vt
immediate'v to the sufferers of Wea- st.
therford Without request. Weather-j For Attorney General C. M.
ford sent in a verv larire membershiD Cureton. Douiue County Texaa.
to the West Texas Chamber of Com-1 For State Treasurer John W. Ba-
merce this vear. Only one town ami ker. Crosby County Texas
county in West Texas that appealed For Court Criminal Appeals W.
to this body dunnir thia crisis that I.. Davidson Travis County Texas;
him not benefitted according to Mr. j F. B. Martin Gree County Texas
Farrow and that waa Wellington and Fur Supreme Court William M.
Collinsworth county. Several cart of j Key. Travis County Texaa; William
fuel had been turned over to this . K. Hawkins Travis County Texas;
point at Wichita Falla throuirh the WiJliam Pierson Hunt County Tex-
transnortation senice rendered by as
the West Texas Chamber of Com-i For Commissioner Agriculture
merce. This coal waa never however ! Sam H. Dixon Harris County Tex-
lelivered to Collinsworth county be-'as: tieo. B. Terrell Cherokee Coun-
rause passini; throuirh Oklahoma all ty. Texas.
the coal wa taken from the lars by tor Railroad L.ommissioner Jonn
the people the Governor of that state ' T. Andrews Dallas County Texas;
hiivitiif istucd a proclamation to the Earle B. Msyfleld Bosque County
effect "that the people follow the j Texas.
law cf self preservation " For Superintendent Pub'ie In-
in Lubbock in the interest of this County Texas; .Annie Webb Bianton ON '"r-l'n-
body. .Denton Coui.tv. Texas. ' For Public Weurher Precinct No.
( For Land Commissioner J. T 3 ( Idalou ) L. L. Hamlin.
DESTRUCTIVE HAIL IN THE I ..... . - r -r ----- .. ....
Ro bison Morria County Texas.
For Comptroller of Public Ac-
counts Sani II Goodlet Travss
County Texas; Mark L. Witrinton
Hill County Texas; Lon A. Smita
Rusk County Texaa.
Convrresiiman 18th District Mar-
vin Jones Potter County Texas.
For Chief Justice Court of CW1
Appeals 7th Supreme Judicial Dis-
trict R. W. Hall Potter County
Fir Representative 122nd District
R. A. Baldwin Lubbock County
Texas; T. G. Marks Lynn County
For District Judire 72nd Judicial
District J. H. Moore. Lubbock
County Texas; W. R. Spencer Lub-
bock County Texas.
For District Attorney 72nd Judi-
cial District Gordon B. MeGuire
Dswuon County Texss.
For County Judge Lubbock Coua-
tv Carroll Thompson P. F. Brown
W. P. Florence.
For County Clerk Lubbock Coun-
tySam T. Davis.
For District Clerk Lubbock Coun-
ty Louie F. Moore.
For Sheriff and Tax Collector
F. K. Mitchell C. A. Holcotnb L
For County Treasurer Mary T.
For Tax Assessor A. J. Clark R.
For County Attorney John R.
For Sheep Inspector Win. Had-
dock. For County Surveyor A. L. Har
For Commissioner Precinct No.
M. M Crawford B. W. Casey.
For Commissioner Precinct No.
H. D Talley.
For Commissioner Precinct No.
L. 0. Burford B. T. Wheeler.
For Commissioner Precinct No.
P. Von Kosenburir J. C. Shaw.
For Justice of the Peuce Precinct
I Xo. i J. W. Smith.
For Public Weigher Precinct No.
1 W. S. Clark W. A. Hood C. T.
For Public Weieher Precinct Ne.
!2 (Slaton) T. W. Austin T. W.
I. B Sentoa. man icer of the Mc-
A.larus lumlwr yard at Littlefield w:ig
bu-inens visitor in Lubtmck Jinn-
LUBBOCK WILL ENTERTAIN
It is practically assured ac-.'ordinir
BAPTIST REVIVAL MEETING
NOW IN FULL SWING
Although thi rMwds are
r... rin. or d.mhle the concerts. The band is maintained for A. T. Howell et al July 2btb; rot- ' i t. ienl kuntun -h attended the ' law as should tie the revival
capacity of that of last year and will vour entertainment and it it to be ter county vs. :. C. Slaughter et al )h Jhe vicinitjf f Littlefield. rant-1 annual nieetinir of the H.nhandle r.g of the First Baptist church
a.J very materially the farmers in hoped that you will . ad yourself of July - .th J. (. .Newton v. Thrift.. .. wt of th:.t 1 IlanUrs' Association in C'ovi this this citv which is now iroir on is
the efficient handling- of their coU.the opponunity or n-arnir .is mu- n. .. v o . otn. c totally destroyed. : week that l.ubbock will be chosen ' -ardeu as a irr tut succ-ss. The
ton. '" . "Y r ..... 'iJr.l V."... r .. -I". I n J many buildiiiir damaged by th- to enieru in this body in 1921. While mr of Uev. II. W. Vir.ini' f C
- ... .- ...... r l i .- u ti. ti i 'f til t iv UK nir onri iuu
JFNICI5 WIIL PRESENT . MITCHELL COUNTY OIL i vs. P & S F. Ky. Aucut yth; C. C
WILLIAM G McADOO! ATTRACTS ATTENTION Sl.uie-hter Cattle C. vs. John KHerd.
j ;.uu Ifith; C. W. Jone. v J. S.
Kansn City Mo. June 23. Dr.' Colorado MitcheM f'n.. Texss June ' 'onnson Pt al. Auiist Hth; C. P.
Burn A Jenkitu. editor of the Kan- 21 S. S. Owen. m..nuer for the Simpson s. Georjre W. Go et al.
sas City Pott hat definitely decided to Underwriter' Od Con ;any. announc f A u rust ji'h; O. K. Sears Un.l o. vs.
present the 'name f William Gibb es thnt the company has a pay well J A. C.irton Aojrust 2nd; J. A.
McAdoo to the Democratic National 1 out of No. 1 at Wetsrouk about 1 2 ' Hod ires vs. 1.. It W nirht. Auifust 2nd;
Convention j mile west of here Th well is 3- A. B. ami Georire Ater vs Temple
Jcnkint uiday wired his paper here ' 405 feet deep and the drill has e;one ! Ftl . Auirust "Jth; Arthur Kelsey v
from Pueblo that he had reached t.ich throuirh sixty feet of pay sand It J O. Mull.ns Auirnst 2nd; Fd IV
decision after conferrimr with the bailed th rty barrels today and thelAIIen vs. I has. Lunde'l. Auirust Dith;
..thr mrmVn of the Missouri dele- dr.llers are usintr the eil for fuel. Mr i Morton J. Mnitn vs. J. I Jenninpi
ration now enroute to San Francis-! Owen said that he fee! sure the well
' I ....1 t..m 'inA 't Anil Um.!
eo. i" "'' -"" -' ......
larKe hail stones The dumaire will t nothing definite whs done at Clovis runa. is a trrent spiritual uplift to
amount upwards of $1000011 accord reiranimif next year's convention I th h arers. Several conve'xioiis have
inir to Mr. Seaton Much wheat cot- place there was only one other com-1 beet made uno a few additional inem-
ton and corn is in the list of damntred u titor for the convention and that
was Memphis After finding out that
Lubbock wished to entertain the
bankers Memphis withdrew her re-
quest and that left l.ubbock without
'The C lovis people did a fine thine
ELKS TEAM WORKING OUTi
READY FOR PLAINVIEW
Arrordinir to Dr. Jenkins two-i-diot. The material for shooting has
thirds if r?"t three fourths of the been ordered.
Missouri delecation fsvor presenta-l People are rominir in from other
tion of McAdoo's name. It wm thitlpointt of the country to ii.vestnte
etronB; tentiment Jenkins explained. 1 this field
that hastened hit final decision I
The Post's editor wired that he COMMUNITY TELEPHONE
would ro ahead snd deliver his pe.-h j LINE NEARING COMPLETION
nominating: McAdoo without the lat-1
ter's consent addin? that. Missouri' The community telephone line ho-
wool.l "draft" him. j in built by private parties from the
"McAdoo rtnnot refuse" Jenkins Crove ille community connecting
concluded I with the Lubbock exchtnire is with-
. in two milet of Lubbock but may re-
DAMAGING HAIL IN I main that way for several weeks ac-
DAWSON COUNTY SUNDAY cordinp to reports of some of the
stockholder in the line on account
Lamea Diwson Co. Texas June J of the scarcity of wi'e. and they have j
InfencivA nrarl ii-e eviTV nfternon
on the new hall pirk the canyon Mcrdmir to ( . A. Burrus of the
hits been pnrt of the preoarations Citizens National Bank in entertain-
m.de hv the K1ks team for th Plain iiivr the bankers. Auto rides were civ-
" i"i i ' .... . -
set for Aui'ust 2nd; Phillip Wise etView mme. According to newspaper ; en me visitors an snows were ine
rl vs. .1 K.
ru.it Ith; M. O Owens vs J.
ben .lips to the cnurch. It is t?.t opin
ion now that thi? recount' wi'i iiKe-
ly cl e the coiniPt; Sunday. IT very-
one i especial'i requested to attend
the balance of ihe meeting with the
i'ssurance of receiving much ff.'od.
ATTORNEY SAYS "CHURCHES
MUST BE STRENGTHENED"
It is the belief of Hon. E. L. Klett
Murfo'e A'nrus lfith- of Ilainview. there wi'! possibly be and in fact everything was done to 1 that the industrial social and gener-
vs. J W. Watson An- lanre crowd from l.ubbock to aeej make the stay pleasant." jal conditions of the United Statea
j. this game to be played at Plainview
ICei'er. August 9th; O. V. Rngweli tomorrow afternoon. Lubbock batter-1 RAISING TAX ON BIG
TRACTSi CUT ON SMALL
Amarillo June 21. Taxes on
mut be guarded from the "worldli-
necs H n 1 fickleress" of the present
times. The present condition is alarm-
in l' to Mr. Klett. and according tt)
him the burden of solution of thia
vi W. R. Humble Julv 2fith; C. W. I let will be Bassenger ani Karr we
Alexander et ol v. C.' II. Gmllmsn I sre informed.
July 2th; C. E. Psrks Grain. Co vs.
W R. McCartv. Auk.-u.st 2mf; A C. CLASSIFICATION OF HIGH
Wright vs. C. P. Simpson et al. Ju'yl SCHOOLS GOING FORWARD
2ith; George Haumgart vs t'. I'.
Simpson et al. July 2"th; T. R. Kin-1 Austin. Texas. June 24 High
raid vs C. P. Simpson et al. Ju'y 2th; school classification is going forward
i it- ri.. u..H ... r ii- ii'-..... I.. in na iio-n rnnn n v i nn i t ine
ini.f 'l r.th -' H ll' WiUon .t hI v's' C i State Department of Fducnti n As! the valuation on ranch lands from 12 LUBBOCK PF.OPLE WILL
H. Schroeder. August 2nd; Alice Me. 'soon as information is available the
Fi d n vt. C." Cox. August 2nd ; 1 school wil' be not fied of their cla-
Annie K Hamilton vt W. T Thax-i siflcation. A both length of term and
ton et al. August 2nd: Gurnerv Seed ! salaries paid teachers determine c!ns-
AID TO PAY TEACHERS
22. Severn hailstorm fell over the ; not been able to locate any yet
malnr norfion of Dawson countv Sun-
Hav niirht. completely destroying some ; SCHOOLS CAN USE STATE
crop and doing cons'dervhle damage
to live stock and building Farmer
estimate that JO per cent of the cot-
ton crop wat destroyed. Some will
repltnt while others will put in lata
L. S. Heggin. Au2tit
Coonty Judge J. If. Moore is spend-
Inr a few dtya this week in Dawrton
eounty upon Invitation from the
county judge of that county. Judge
Moore will make a number of public
addrrate in behtlf of better tchool
building and facilities In that coun-
ty lie wts accompanied hy Grandpa
j P. Webb who will alto make some
talks along thit line.
John J Voone snd wife tnd Mr
and Mr William M. Peek left Tues-
day afternoon for IVnver Colorado
where they will remain a few days
from ther thev will tr the hm
f Mr and Mr V k in Concord s
Austin Texa. June 21. Applet
tion sre now being msrle by iv-nools
for money under the rural aid law.
The amount received from this snurct
it determined by the finsncisl condi-
tion of the school: if It has money
enourh to meet all demand it csn-
not obUIn sid. With tha apportion-
ment per rsnita Increased some IS
per pupil unlets tslsre sre infest-
ed msny schools wMI have enough
money on hsnd t meet demsnd.
and may not be eligible to receive
aid. Inrrettet in aelary tt it under-
ttood will be contidered tufflclent
ground for gmntinr rural aid to
Mitt Rubv DeVint. who ht been
visiting wilh raivet and friend in
Coleman for several weekt return-
led home thi morning She wa a
I romli.l.lrd bv hrr nephew. Troy 1il-
lrW llowsrd I here from the oil
Held ih't wek visiline wtlh hemtj lleorgo W 'rlnd of Aben.iihv
f .Ua III msiiv I rietol brr r glad 1 n. alui M'.t Itoriv litii I i f
to lrn ci f hit iilrrvtt in kit hew p.in in t ...' I n n n in m
fl.ll of labor.
Un Geo M-.rtu renirt.td frril M R ib lit .. t f MUton us
Heyli f tint mnrMiott wtii re .It lis I drri n i i .t-ll. IS Ikt olb- k
dm i .i. lha mi iloist uf lb I olrti Hriiiaii.)M th Uil.f jmiI wf
JONES PETTIT WEDDING
AT HALE CENTER
ffrntion and affect affiliation. all
classified and affili.ited tchool miit
know what lenirth the term will be
tnd whnt salaries will be paid next
veir within a few day. The High
School division hold that effective
high school work can' not be done
where teacher are underpaid
small parcels of land and small city problem is up to the churches. The
property w ill be lowered 25 to .'SO shove assertions were made by At-
per cent by the Commissioners' Court j tomcy Klett during a conversatioa
of Potter county according to Less j regarding the attendance to churck
Whittakcr tax assessor. The county services at the present time.
comnn-s oners are considering rais ngl
WATCH SCORE BOARD
June 23rd st the home of Mr
r -..l-w u... ii. i. vi
l-.l NVJ W-. VI ..V I1VV-I ..
Herbert G. I'ettit of l.ubbock and1
Mi Ruth E. Jone of Abernathv.l We call yonr attention this week
were married Rev. D C. Rota of ' to the quarter rre ad of the Slaton
thia elt nfflelateil at tha eeremon r. .' celehration committee. They are ev-
A roodfy number of friends snd sc-1 tending a cordial welcome to all of
quaintances were present to witness j Lubbock people to come and cele-
the nuptial. The newly mtrriel re- nraia wits mem. iney win nT
reived many compliments of valuable
Mr W. V. Rigfcsm. Mrs. Windham
snd little dsughter of Tahoka Mr
( lirtnc Keever and little daughter
of D Leon wero vit'tlng friend and
shopping hrrt Wednesday. They were
met hero by Mr sni Mr. J m llntto
tad lutle ton of lirento where they
oiYirmm extending over two dys.
nd there is something promlned to
be doing every minute. A terial ball
game between Slaton and Post is one
ef the feature of the celehration.
Mr. Bailey of Petersburg cashier
f tha bnk at that place wat here
Thursday morning from ihe Panhan-
dle Banker' Asoe'tion which wat
family reunion tha three 'held at Clevis N M.
aide bmg daughter f Mr.
I Miae Foretlms Pinrhsrd of Rail
i is ill in a local MiUtnim W are
to S3.R0 an acre. Renditions for $25-
000. 000 worth of property have been i
made and it is estimated that tae Preparations for telephone connee-
on only llfl.OOO.OOO worth will letion with the Plainview ball ground
needed. is being mode today. Tomorrow at
four o'clock when the g.me between
DESTRUCTIVE HAIL IN MANY Lubbock and Plainview is called peo-
PLACES THIS WEEK pie of Lubbock w i'l eagerly watch the
I report of the gamea as it is played.
Last work and this week hsve Knch plnv w ill be ahown as if aet-
bronght about great destruction m'al'y on the ground.
many portions of the Panhandle and
South Plains snd other sections of
West Texas. Scattered here snd there
sre plsces where great dettruction
hat been wrought by hail but even
with this condition confronting us
ttiere is s much lsrger territory thst
has beon great'y benefitted by the
magnifirent rsm of the past two
weekt. Thousandt upon thousand of
LUBBOCK WILL HAVE NEGRO
AND MEXICAN SCHOOL
Lubbock begins its "Americsnisa-
tion" of the negroes and Meiicsaa
th't year by ttarting etch a separate
tchoo!. The increase In th'S rlaa af
population ht been tremendous or
thtn the total ef tho who re-
arrea ef crops hsve been practically sided here in the past years. As there
ssaurvd by the precipitation of late ia money pnred to each tcholastte
dayt. and there will rrobahly be the tee of such eople. there are Juti-
biggest crop gathered in thit aection j flshle o tchool. Threfor two teach-
thia fall that wss ever known.
Fcvttion wori it being don thit t t 'l.l last Mi I'lmbard will I kely
week on the rc'denr be budt by ! viidenm an operation while here.
Contractor Sm Dane for M O 1
t twrat local insurance risn ThiarrsJ Mr lto II en fro of Itrownflel I
ideate wd be budt of brn k. rh g-in i'l in t local lar ooi We
informed r" In firmed thai l.rf ion.llion la
i ottl.lrri t lli'Ut.
Mf trot Mr t ntf.tia Cava") t.fj -
Pi.at I'llf broiivht ll.rif hllla no I If all ill'Ml al Iht Demmral
fur a uoeral n.. it wtrk and I oil I aeti""S is M"'e agtee
wa of ear isri'iot
list a II M li
n have ieen employed for nine
Tton'ht. Ihe talnry of the tetcrer
Smith Shaw wit In feom h't farm for tha p-gne bs been e tt $T5
In the Gmvetvi'la romnitinitv laat month rd for the Metean
Ttirsday and report everviblng love. ! It 1 1. Altogeiher Lubbock will .
y in that aection. Plenty i.f rain and I 14 teacher eronloved for tha coming
ttvt crop are lottkine better t han : a kmil tertit .All thrs htva been -
ha htt e.tf teen them at tro tune i cured nd tbe'f taw will be u-
of tho year lli-het in th Xvtlvmhe not wtek.
Mr l lm Paul (.f Ifiona Tax I Mr W H Wi'k ai n fue u I'f-
arrived bar iht l.tlter art uf Ibi 1 K.ong a w "out of r' i" in I ha West
k and will un.li rtfn n uperalioa I 1 . .i. ' il it roil! ree-er-in
a l"al t itiH i iii'n brfora retuen- 1 aj ti.nn.. it t.r boo Ms-
io. are iiid iar l Ur nrn.. i
ll'SMiin Wilson I" al ntaf. Watt ' A iiti.r ft. 'a if I I
in swar Sin tha I ot if Ih aja-k tl -I la. . tvr I'l. iH''g " h t
l.n lu g Io l.uainaaa li.a'lar lnt-t I IMoaa I ! .."
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Dow, James L. The Lubbock Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 20, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 24, 1920, newspaper, June 24, 1920; Lubbock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth288393/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .