The Lubbock Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 20, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 24, 1920 Page: 2 of 22
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Sensational Animal Serial
"The Lost City"
of the African Jungle with JUANITA HANSEN
15 breath-taking episodes genuine thrillers all crammed full of
action and excitement. Ferocious lions tigers elephants gorillas
and alligators all play their parts in this gigantic serial.
WATCH FOR THE DATE
UTHHom to crimATr
JULY UK II AND SI C ONI)
Hereford. T"i June Here-
ford' (ii'i-oml Hound I'p will lip held
oil (wo ih thin tune -July 1 and
. Steer iin.l pony riding. r)iinur I hi-
1 huiihiiM '.ci r and miiuntu.ii goMl.
1 1 Mck li nv uutUw hor' etc will he
i feiiiure. S i r h rniin and Miller of
Silvrrton have entered a big string
of thi finest pitching hore in the
Wet lim Miller Leon I'orter and
other will do bull-dogging from hnr.
pa and auto several litily rider have
signified thnr intention to partici-
pate and Ihere will be relay ami
sweepxtake rncea. I'rrmiimi anil pru-
e will he liberally dilnhuted. Mumr
by the Hereford hand a splendid or-
ganization. A haehiill game will be played
each day between the Hereford
Whitcfaccs and the White peer team.
F.uch team ha a string of victories
this eaon to ita credit and a hot
pair of battle ia looked forward to.
A cordial invitation to all rider
and ropers and to the people of the
Panhandle generally in extended to
attend thin exhibition and enjoy the
uport. Sheriff C. S. Pureell of 'peaf
Smith county in general manner
and will be glnd to answer all in
nATTIirs HAVl ttrtPtlfi
lilt t AN ) 0N CLUU (.HOUNDS
I'lalnview Tea June la- Hup
tml of the I'unliiiinl'e meeting in
"""!' I a.eniliy nt I'linnvirw ye-tcr
day accept.) the offer of club
gtound at ( imvon.
The Canyon t'oiintry ( lull and the
Canyon I number of Commerce of
fered the nicmhy I J 17 m ien of land
known a the Canyon Club Cround. 1
Announcement of the plana of the
Panhandle hapimt for improving the
ground ha not been made but it
ia ronnnlered probable that a large
aiwembly hoime and camping facil- j
Iliea will be provided at wai intend-I
ed when an attempt to get ground i
in 1'alo Puro Canyon for the Pan-
hiindlM H. . p. ir wa made pome
Visitor and delegate to the As-
sembly are holding a pirnic anil bar-
becue at Pioyter park today.
J. Y. Boyd wife and daughter of
Hillxhoro Tela are here upending
a few diiyi vimt intr at the home of
Senator W. II. Bledsoe. Mr. Hoyd ia
a brother-in-law of the aenator.
Name uayer f m utfiunne
"flayer Tablet of A.pirin" ia geaata
I Acpiria proved afe by million and pea.
ecribed by phyiM-ian for over t treaty
j year. Atv-ept only aa unbroken "Itaywr
package" which contain proper diree-
I ttnn to relieve llradache Tonthaea
Miirhi. Neuralgia. Kheumatuua Cold
and I'ain. Handy tin box of It tab-
leu vt few eenta. lneggita Un cell
larger "llayer package." A.plria la
trade mark Bayer Manufacture Mono
arrticacidester of Sallcylicacld.
A well-dressed man may be noticeable even conspicu-
ous in a crowd but it is never because of any definite
peculiarity in his clothing.
It is because of something which even those unfamiliar
with it know instinctively to be correct. It is an inde-
fineable quality known perhaps as "good taste."
Such a quality is much harder to attain than mere nov-
elty. You will find it in all Clothing Specialties bear-
ing the "R. & W." mark.
Maker of good Overcoat. Raincoat. Trouaera Day and Evening Waiatcoata
Smoking Jacket. Bath Robe. Summer Clothing. Golf and AutomobSe
J THE WOMEN ARE
IN POWER IN JEWETT
Jewett Texan ia now governed by
The mayor is a woman and the
. "alderwomen" are the aame.
i Pirt and filth of all nort must
1 A general clean-up has been
! launched and on the heel of that
clean-up will come atreet improve-
menu. The city authorities are first mak-
ing an effort to collect liHck taxea to
pay for the paving but if that doesn't
work they propose to raise the taxe
until they do secure enough money.
The traffic law of the city are be-
ing revised and the lone hen-pecked
man of the administration the city
marshal has been instructed to see
that they are enforced.
I Gambling and other high crimes
are in disfavor and the way to have
j political pull in that town is to be
la busy and law-abiding citizen with
I the good of the town and your neigh-
I bor at heart.
j Slrnnter thing have happened
i than that an administration of the
1 public affair of a town by women
should be a succesa.
i In fact the administration at
! Jewett aeems to have taken hold with
I a vengeance and we believe that it
i quite likely that the result in
i general way will prove beneficial to
the tnwr.. Amnrillo News.
LUBBOCK MEN VISIT
COLORADO'S OIL WELL
Messrs. Sam C. Arnett. Pr. I. E.
Barr and P. N. Arnett Jr . all of
this city were in the Colorado coun-
try the latter part of last week re-
turning to Lubbock Sunday after-
noon. While in that aection of the
country they visit.fd at the oil well
which ia about twelve mile west of
Colorado. According to thee gentle-
men people of that country are en
thusiastic over their protpecta and
the drillers of this particular well j
rlaira oil to be standing sixty feet
YOAKUM COUNTY BOYS
ENROUTE TO HARVEST
Mesers. Jim Johnson Nolan Love-
lace Guy Moreman and Luther John-
son all of Tokio and Yoakum coun-
ty passed through here last Satur-
day enmute to the NorthpUins wheat
field. These men state that they have
been offered f 7 per day to work dur-
ing the harvesting season.
BATTERY solution and passage
of current always succeed in
wearing out ordinary insulation
long before the plates reach the
end of their usefulness but it is
different with Threaded Rubber.
That's the insulation which frees
the car owner from reinsulation
worries during thelifeof the battery.
Lubbock Battery &
V2' it .VJ
u II 1
ot mt'reiy a nn S'r:' "'
Havana tK'n a l'-t 1
st lift ' vtinvod m t r".;:l;c t i
cipar bi and tvi'kv. HA-
VANA SI'liAH a bin
cr.;ar.-lnjt it is c!:'.kful
Risk a quarter today for two of them.
You'll make a real cigar investment!
Two other siset Big Havana Spear
10c. Royal Size ia ailverfoil 15c.
100 percent value For Sale Every-
where Panhandle Cigar Co.
LUBBOCK DEFEATS POST
BY SCORE OF 3 TO I
Many people accompanied the Flks
ttiim of this city to I'ost last Sunday
and witnessed what th'' culled a
fast game. Only one tius error
V.U.S recorded H.iirt the local team
according to the visitor. H.isxenger
and Karr were Lubbock batteries
and Hassengi-r did pome real pitch-
ing in Sunday's game. The score in
Hie final inning 3 to 1 in the lo-
cal tennis fjW'r.
Lubbock him now wen five "traifht
game and the Irmn is gradually
working better u!l along. Friday they
will go to I'liiinview for a game
LIBBOCK WILL NOT CFLE-
I BRATE AT CONVENTION
At a meeting of the board of di-
rector of the local Chamber of Com-
merce it was the opinion of these
men '"'hat because of finuncnl rea-
on" Lubbock would not ho'd a puh-
lic celebration in connection with the
Panhandle Firemen' Asociation con-
vention t' be held here in August
that Lubbock would celebrate at len.'t
Report had been made several time
one day during the convention.
GEO. H. GUINN AND FAMILY
LEAVE FOR FINE VACATION
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. H. Guinn and
daughter France and on l.enter
of Lubbock and Mr. l.eter Cuinn
left Hereford Thursday for an uto-l
mobile trip into Colorado. While
away the pnrty will viit anr.th'-rl
daughter. Mr lee 'hmnes of la'
Junta Colo Hereford Brand I
rJ liNiiwom i
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white I. V. Hunt A Co ..t
J Slaton and Tnhol! ptnved bni.tiMll
I in the Slnton pnrk at Kiindv f'i-r-noon
Tuti.'ki bill a wnlk oxer nd
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Hub Electric Company
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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. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth288393/m1/2/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .