The Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 23, No. 9, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 28, 1922 Page: 2 of 12
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TIIF. ItmnOCK AVAI ANCIIF.. 1 t'l'5f)AY. MARCH 2. 1922
! iiml sprinkle water o it tin- plant
r . I'ur '.! I h int ki -ii it in a
- ninny lt.it lti.J-.it- 'y runt lip e
Afii r Mint it
pi Till III. lit pill
imi v In1 t i '. i n I
H &R THFATRFS
t i Maritime t.ii. ii
l'i.' I ing ilium g. aim . 1 1 limn i-i mi
: I .a v iiiii'I it it il.i- iii i t of ir IniTi
rtn lip marked Ihi- been i; nr. I i-i nn.l
i ill. ll IT'' IHIIuli' tl ! v.
Garcth Hughes in
"GARMENTS OF TRUTH"
The story of a boy who couldn't
wear them.-From Freeman Til-
den's story in Pictorial Review.
A George Baker Production
"SWEET BYE AND BYE"
"AT THE SIGN OF
JACK O LANTERN"
Mildred Harris in
Kitty Gordon in
Remember we have splendid
music every night.
Fridav and Saturday at Lyric
ing Wade By Lub-
bock County Club
i " In li" i iimiiiiiiihi'i fur tln'ir
i ui;il Martin'-! in first with
'l;c- f ii lint.. m I. tkini" be I'ri'iiiii I'll.
(ill .Tts today "'tf
Bar Thm Mower Plant Br.it
If your flower limits me pi-t !
with destroying insert and the
plants are disfigirod nnd cm up l.y
lhl "lililflt hl'llst' K.iir.i a un.-tr ..V
what is known ns "log bale" Mii"k-
inir fnfmrco. Jake nn ordinary flow-
or bed sprinkler fill with ' wnt it
iiIiiic about three tahlespoopful nf
the tobacco in the water. I.ct set
until water turns brown and tnhac-
I'O in Settled in li.-.ttm f ..rinLI...
then sprinkle the plant lightly. The
iii.r upih annum PB tnoroiii.'hiy
spnnklcd'v with frefh water before
the application cf tobacco water.
This mixture has proven quite sue
ccssful in destroying "plant beasts."
Slice the fresh loaf cakn from
the miilille first nnd then push the
two pieced back together This will
keep it fresh longer than if the
piece are cut from the end.
AMERICAN LEGION WILL
PUT ON MOVING PICTURE
cum delights -
young and old.
It "melts in your
mouth" and the gum in the
center remains to aid digestion
brighten teeth and soothe mouth
There are the other WRIGLEY
friends to choose from too:
1' T " I
STOP THAT ITCH! NO
Use the reiiai.le HI . Star Remedy
fur all kin i;-ea-rs suh as: Itch
E. I. ilia Tetter KiiiL'w.irni" Ora k-
ed hands. Old Sore or Sore en
Children. Sold "ii a guarantee by
Lubho k Drag Co
LOCAL NEWS FROM THE
POST CITY POST
COTTLE COUNTY HAS
FIVE WOMEN CANDIDATES
Pnducan Tetas. Mar h 22.
Among the flood .f candidate for
county offers are five women.
Mrs. Kemp h.i hm charfe of the
kindergarten department of the ity
at hool i. making the ra e for Coun-
ty Clerk. Mrs. J. I. Iioolin and
MiM Bel'e Page both ee' the of-
fi of county treasurer.
Mi Pare row h"ld. the f.ff.. e
Mrm. Ora Ka-b.iry wh i tea. hin
in her cvr.mupi y and Mr. Kdnh
Jone art' in- th- r. e f..r roijnty
upvi int endent of hn i.
A uanal Martin' i flrt with
th (imnm Ekim lr Cream Plea
Get youra today. 2tf
Paul 5elman another Lubb
M-Ki j. rlaimirr RalU a hla home
at thia time aa a Titor in our
city h pat wek.
Mi-a Hen-ie Ferguson and Mr.
I.e-lie Kcevca Were married at Ta-
b .ka Sanirday afternoon. .Vina Bea-
ie iy i):e alonlp!ihed daughter of
Mr. and Mrv Robt. Ferguaon. Mr.
It. eves lies been in our midst only
a Kiiort time is owner of Hiway Ca-
rage. We feel aure Mia Bessie has
made a wie choj.-e. We all wish a
long and happy life for them.
Mr. and Mra. J. T. Herd and Mr.
and Mra. C C. Connell have re-
turned from Fort Worth where they
vtntcd and attended the Fat Stok
1 JOE BALDRIDCE IS NOW
I IN HIS NEW BUILDING
Joe Pa'dndi'e M thia week mov-
ing irio hn new building which ha
jost b.'en rr.mpleied on Broadway.
Me now hna one of the prettiest and
niot modern grocery establishment
irt the city. Th inside is finihe!
t hroiK-hn-it in white enamel and
beautifully and ronvenien'ly ar-
ranged. Ii is almost a aolid glav
fr.-nt with ample room in the ahow
mdw frr tha display of the
Joe aya that he la now ready to
aerve the public and to look after
their wanta in any way that a mini
ern well e. pupped grocery itor is
(arable of doing.
i no;.;sr i; 'i.D
! Spani.h Rice
I Put ct.e la' I. " iio.'U of '.it in fr-
ing an chop one larg.- onion fin.
nnd put in pan; add one can of (
mat. as ad cup of hit wa'er
mid half cup of r i ' i . Let coon un
til rice is tender 'hen add on
Hinnll (.11 of Sriam-h zu'icc for u.ii
aoniMr. Let cook five inir.i.iet b.rur
er. Serve lint.
Mix one can lumeii'oH 4 taloi
Mioona chopped haul na'f i un i f
chopped lelery. ;j toinatoea i ut i .
uit 'i enoi;gh Tli iin a nd I land ln
I r : f to nim-'en. Serve on leMu.
Ill-solve half paekaui' if lemo'
jelln in hair I int of leiiiirig watei
when cold w'nn to consistency '
thick wliipi d i ream. l.isolv.. ii
package of raspberry .iello in
pint of boiling water tun in
pan to harden. When ready t.
ere (lip a knife in hut wati
cut je!n in half inch cul.es and I...
fill individual glassea. Add bun.
jello and whipped ireaoi. t h
nuts may a.'.e be added.
Chocolate Caka '
('team four tablespoon; of 1
and two and 1-4 runa Migar; add
the bea'en yolks "f four egg and
one tablespoon of flavoring. 1 !.en
add one cup of nuik and three iim.u
of baking powder three cups of
flour half teaspoon salt ami three
oilmen of chocolate alternately a
little milk then a little dry ir.gn
dient through a aifter. B"at the
mixture thoroughly; cut and beat in
whites of egg quickly turn into oiled
pan and hake in moderate oven f r
2. i or ."() minuten.
Coal will burn better and with
lens wante if kept in a dry place.
Before adding the thickening to
ox-tail aoup allow it to cool am re.
move the fat which collect n on the
top. The flavor of eoup thus tre
ed is much improved.
Glove which open at the aide . f
the hand instead of the front e
new and interesting. They con ?
in black while and tan kid v n
ra' her a ide cuff.
Colored handkerchiefs arc .)
very much in vi g ie. A new t h
ia a pin atriped interior with a 1 c
Leave the top cruut off your or !i-
nary apple pie. When it ia ha! I
take it out of the oven put a li: r
of marahmaHowa over the top and
return it to the oven to brown.
If you would keep the linol- im
looking like new put a few drop?
nf keroaene into the water wi'h
which you waah it. It brifc'M.-r.
while it cleans.
The successful way for the .cy
dweller to wa'er l in'a ia tn i t
them in the bath ti.b and p.. ir a
quantity of wa'er over them. T! y
should he Well annked i-; ci a' i v i
L 1 r .'I
ine uroer auriaee oi me leaves f.f
it ia there that the insert are found.
When putting bread d nieh as . .
to raise moisten the top shgVi' v with
water and no cruat will form on
Car of Plaata
When a plant ia brought to y hi
from the greenhouse take great rare
in removing the wrappings! that y .u
do not hr-nse the foliage. Then wa-
ter it until the earth la quit damo !
I On Friday April 7th both ma-
"nee ami night at the H V K
I.indsey Theater Luhboi k under
the aiiHpices nf Allen lln.s. N.
I IH the American Legion 'here
will be a f 1 1 Tit shown called "I 'a h-
. - of Actl.Hl."
'I 'us is a great i. ' ire an. I y..u
have never se n ore of its kcl
I r. t le f irsl t r.nl t.a b. i '. n .
I is a j n ( ure f.i.r raving I .. -i. ' ;m i
in '. HI t tie Trofli lies ll ii c ! re
v ir us taken by I no ; . i
Pa sure to e tn. . to- n-
tin -C i..Vs V. le
w '. ling t i give t n. a I !
II . I i -. ' v .
' ' ill he I ' i .!.. i-.r d i.-.
r .. y(i a 4 v.. A I : I "...
The Lul.l.o. k Country lob I. as
Just about completed quite an ex-
tensive program of improvements
on the luh grounds. Last fall the
construction of a new and larger
dam for the lake was started ami
in the mean time hm been com-
pleted affording them quite a larg-
er rapacity of water in the lake
which lake has been well sto ked
with fish and before long will af-
ford some mighty nice sport fur
these lucky fellows.
Light hundred tree have been
set out over the green some in
rows some in clumps and some in
plots or orchard.
In the very near future a club
house will be constructed on the
grounds together with tenni courts
grounds and plats for athletic amuse-
oienia i or inose who wish to go out
for a while Jirwl An n..l u-iA ...
gai'e in the national g.mip of golf.
i ma is a great ami progressive
step being taken by these men and
will certainly afford them an op-
portunity to lav ilnun II.. .1.!...
of the everyday drudge of business
and go out for a nice outing in the
opening where they (an get away
from all thoughts of lupine's trans-'
actions a" I come ha. k refreshed '
for a star .
This eh " when romt l. 'ed will '
'" " " l he tliecht nnd be-t tin
Hide of I-r: V..r'h and tiu-e ier
F. M. Culberson of the Slaton
Stale li.ink Soitoti was in town th
later part of the week meeting hi
friends and attend:-)? ' court du-
Kvery thing else in the country
may be tight but the nun arc not.
Here's a Business
$6000. o$.2OQO Yearly
An In.iiranrr inm in South Carolina
a farmer in Wiicontn a hoti her ibi
St nn..! iifh'r. all oer lh U. S
Itir. rnrn ntrf Irt own a rl mea-
n m-i-Hirf hil.'nf.s Klisrlrik Matst
H.ihr S t. aat them thrir otamr-
liiinlr 1 '.! tf.r ani me v f.thra
n it-r nn eroierfiua fclrclnh-
Mo t 11. 1. Mi.. . illi ..il hasief
know a tloeg a'.ut the haarrf Latt-
er.. h-i'.rr V"ii ha the iiml
ihan.r rinht hrir A ra.h hutttir.a;
do fhartfrs n.i ilrtiwpr.r.; y.tur prof
ii. in 1 1 if" ill mrrf n.aht. f ryoea
who f.m i a ru.turoT Mttaillf.s
a t all yrt r.iiin-l u'iiy all
i Ui.nrril an t tnlurmatiuQ.
Writ or Wira Today
tr full I'.itii 11I4I. A t p..w to oh-
Inn rolu.r i gvit. in l.ut.b.n a.
FU-tr k-M. id Pake Shops
121 Od-r SI. M. raut Mlaa.
'dGRCF. WILSON IN JL'R F.D
bY HORbt TIIKOW1NG HIM
ll'i la-t Fridav evening j.i-i 1 ...
f re dark (ieoige WiUori son .!
I A. Wilson was very painful y
'in' by being thrown from a hot-e
Ii- was either tlir.wn or fell sti.
i"i- his head on some part f a
I plug cutting the forehead and
I !. akltlg the i-k l'i j-ist aluce t! e
t . ye.
Immediate n.edn at attention was
k' c.e'i and It w as f end 'hii' a
small portion of the skull would
have to be rem.A i d hut t. a i.
tnfing p'iv h lan says that he
think it is ni.'hiiig v.ry .:. n-
ept (. aue ouite a bit of pain.
At this time the patient is ie-t-
itig easy and In. pes ure enterla.neil
for a sj ei (iy and compli te rem cry .
C lie gre.itly relu( C(I rn( h month hy ilose attrn
tion to what you are buying. (.aooil gr cries are
the ( hertprst in the long run ami thi store offer
fresh new st m k j'ooJ srrvii c ami reasonable pr e
Make tin store ymir store.
W. A. TERRELL GROCERY
Near Avalanche Office
With the Idea
and closest co-operation with our people we aim to
help ourselves and all customers to keep abreast
with the opportunities of the day. There seem to be
but few people who want to buy something for
nothing; and there are but a small percentage of our
patrons who are not willing to pay a fair equivalent
for good articles. There is plenty of room and
abundant patronage for the careful merchant who
provides the safe qualities of goods and who keeps
on marking down the prices to meet the new condi-
tions as they arise.
WE ARE YOURS FOR SERVICE
S. & H. Green Stamps
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Dow, James L. The Avalanche. (Lubbock, Texas), Vol. 23, No. 9, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 28, 1922, newspaper, March 28, 1922; Lubbock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth288526/m1/2/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .