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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 13 June 1912

o o n o n o TEE AY A L. A NO II E) 1TBLIMIED KVEHV T11UHSDAY HY THE AVALANCHE PUU LI SUING INCOKfOKATKD CO. JAMES L. HOW EDITOR. Entered at the I'ostofllce at Lubbock Texas for transmission through the Malls as second clas matter. One Year 11.00 SUIISCKII'TION UATKS: (Strictly In Advance) Sli Months 50c A DVEKTiBiNu it aticd: Locals 10 cents per line each Insertion. Display- ad vertlse metitk 1J cents per single column Inch per week; special rates on year contracts. Cards of thanks resolution'! Obituaries (other than writtenby ourselves. 2 1-2 ceuts per line. Church advcrtlsments wlu-re a revenue Is derived therefrom 6 cents per Hue. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year If paid la advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 regulatory measures through that our anti friends advocated so strongly in last year's cam- paign and which the dear Gov- ernor placed his disapproval on by means of a veto the very first opportunity he pot. Come clean fellows we are on to your...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 13 June 1912

i vmvuumwmvuvu uu vu uuvsu vu wu vlm wu vu wu wu vrutvu WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU wu wuwu wu wu wu wm tr ww a mm b mm Mm. m mm m mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm .mm mm mm mm m mm mm mm wmi mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm w mm n mm mm ?3 o o NNUAL PASS a o a 3 This Pass is goo elSAnta Fe Railroad provided the person waJks and carries g 5 thci e swims the rivers and does their trading with the o LUB GRAIN AND COAL CO. o o a P EAST BROADWAY PHONE 194 O onononononoaononononononononoaonoaonoao2nonoaononononosoaoaoaoao303033303onono dWer tH r y - S II I B&M. V The Value of a Cultured Man to the Rural Community. The following article was read repeet. or h other v ! rnak- M.145 Trudie Murfurd before a in if c-u!t ir hovs :m I girN. or .int mooting of the 'amnr's mi n and w "men of them. This siitu'e at ttif Canyon School shi-uld he talked of more ami 1 1 . l.trll-l .t. It. j 1 --I- an-l was ho I'rca'iy appr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 13 June 1912

J. J. Murphy was over from Crosbyton Sunday wearing his best smile. "Pat." as we all like to call him is always wel- come to Lubbock. When he was in business here he was a b oster for Lubbock ami has a lartre circle of friendsin our city. KEEP THINGS CQOL at your houe witli a piece rdj ouc iceerverl regularly. vtUl ave the milk from 8uriu ami the butter fron'soilrfrj ortlFISIALICE U an economy do one can afford toido without in thU wnather. A jouud of but- ter ;ioilH(l. a few quart of milk w acted will cost a lot more than the Le to keep them. Have us commence (erving you tomorrow. LUBBOCK LIGHT AND ICE GO v ii : Do you remember when you were little? Did you ever get enough ice cream then? Buy an ice cream freezer and your children will love you more and be less trouble to their mother. Ice cream is healthful. Buy a freezer from us and have plenty or it. When you want hardware remember we have it. The Western Windmill Co SEVERAL INDIANS HERE Not the 3avages of Old But the Higner Typ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 13 June 1912

I mis Mrs VAil I mnke Tub Dre Dresses from 5LJ. $10.00 to $ltt.OO. Intr from I to 75 work nnH nDorecilite First Nntionnl E3n fFannie AND 111 m m rik Eiiiilclinc: Osborne Friedrlch I f.OO. Artistic Dresses from irKinn rrencn Mccomion rient wide. YAe will guarnntee 011 r r pntronnge. : : : : RHONE IO Bool Xncl Shoe Making in my l)usin and am prep; your ftt. lu and my prices Y Ml l'i V M 1 aatlJw ryTr rk ( f ;JI 1 1 x 1 11 w ve worked at thifi tnidn for years nakt von boots shoes that lit kinds done promptly OBERTSON Barn Destroyed by Fire The barn at the V. T. Mc- Pherson place on South Main street was totally destroyed by fire about midnight last Friday nitfht. Some feed and house- hold goods stored in same were also destroyed .lust how the lire got started is not known for certain hut is supposed to have' been due to sparks from a trash ' pile which had been set on lire early in the day. Fortunately the shower which was in evidence about the time of the blaze prevented a most not wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 13 June 1912

I. . WE HAVE FORTY-FOURTONSjOFllferaHEAp NUT COAL : i For cooking stoves. And expect another car XyT Py s I ; n- ...... uirectnry THE A V ALANCHE . . - I'VHLIftHKO BVEUV TIllMlMDAY BT THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO. INOOKPOKATRD JAMES L. DOW EDITOR. Entered tt the Jostofflce at Lubbock TexM for transmlwIOD through the Mills m second class matter. . One Year100 SUHSCKIPTION KATES: (Strictly lu Advanca) DIED LAST NIGHT Bruce Reding Succumbed to Hem orrhage at 11:00 O'clock Last Night Bruce Reding brother of J. H. Redirnr. chief clerk under Jos. i Wiedel. died at the home of J. sis Muntha 5oc I x. Jordon where he was room- r ... a...Ai j vrups are nuincu i ( D. W. Roberts chief of police of Altus Okla. passed through last night en route to a meeting of police ' and marshals at San Angelo and spent a few min- utes between trains here on business. In speaking of crops in his Big Rairf ln Panhandle Amarillo Tex. June 1L An immense rainfall prevailed throughout this entire section of the Panh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 13 June 1912

J Church.Notes i brasstertor alt r. of r the" son p::: Colq a ttt'r foolish 'aim . ... .. .i.r ..? t ". ' ' V V '" """" " " Ve will be to make any an- 'cemnt of Church Servh. lrr Ins etc. in thin column free of lC whire no mvenue i recive) h the iervicei. - Editor. Jrs. Cagle will begin a bted meeting at the Nazarene brch in this city on the 26th lune. She will be assisted in meeting by her husband Rev. Nealey of Peniel. p the date in mind and make r arrangements to attend. services during me meeur.K ' We are anxious to have the hearty co-operation of all of the pastors of our city together with all of the members of their churches. The meeting will be- nro-igin with a song service and it EPISCOPAL CHURCH liss Louise Webb of Colora- )istrict. President of North as of the Woman's Auxiliary he Fpiscopal Church spent m -ral days of last week in bock and assisted in organ- ic a local branch of the Aux- y. The following officers e elected: Mrs. Towle pres- Sit! frn. fJrifris. vice uresi-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 13 June 1912

NEW HOMESTEAD LAW Text of Bill Now In the Hands President Taft Effecting New Mexico Homesteads. of Washington June 12.- ing is the text of the Follow-Three- leave of absence from the land for a period not exceeding five months in each year after es- tablishing residence and upon the termination of such absence the entryman shall file a notice of termination in the local land office but in case of commuta- tion the fourteen months resi- Year Homestead act which is dence as now required by law now in the hands of President' must be shown and the person Taft who is daily expected to ( commuting must be at the time sign the same: :a citizen of the United States In the house of representa-' provided that when the person tives U. S. March 27 1912. j making entry dies before the Resolved that the bill in the i offer of the final proof the suc- senate 3P(7 entitled "An Act to feeding to the entry must comply amend section 2() to 101 and sec-1 with the law in all respects to tion 20 to 197 o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 13 June 1912

RANCH AND CITY THAU i 1 U 4.4- 11 wini'io 0r biir stock of groceries places us in potffcnoape the orders tor mnc. - v rv nttnctivl prices on large onlers.K thejn short notice. Send your "chuck wagon . "i n u 1 it up with grocerSTl3 Jj range purpose We are prepared .. to make prompt delivery oLMM Vo town. Phone us for any- rV.ir.o- vnn need and see now Ol-lAIKiy we wm uuivu n.v Llllllf- J i I " . i r r l I PHOtlE 243 SPIKES a SON LUBBOCK TEXAS A TRIP TO CITY OF LUBBOCK FOR TmuMi nf Slide Oil ri Ull HheK plank Ms windmill trei. n laken. every 1' lailkAhllltl A . I A Vi . J SECTION NO. 37 BLOCK 20 railroad. All fenced (iood house lane fin- water Hinall grove miane r acre 1. i-iiwh. balance Jantiaiy TEXAS Crosbyton Review Editor Spends Two Days in the Queen City of The Great South Plains Last Thursday the Kditor of the Review made a trip to Lub- bock and spent two days in the citv among many friends. port the newspaper which is the W. M. George was here batur- wheel of prngressiveness i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 13 June 1912

" MtlMM.. r If You Really Knew margin. Remember KACKliT HOODS J. H. MOORE THE CLOSE PRICE STO KIMIIIIM licttnds I . J a':":1;:. asst. doctors airaito give oooooooocoooooooocooooooooooooooooooooc f" ;:' -rami the .p. "d a Bg T is Antic ptcd T.I Tk lMie 5 C il J U. 0U1U jTOUr MMi.Miu.ur nisi io ne i iii hi i lim ui rnes j The uscl.f vork to begin at an early date. I stopp. J itilourands (' homes 1 V ft m ' j The I StoplX rsin. i ?..... ..1 ...... 1 1'lHlSl'l y-aii)vu n-. .nine 'in i:m veni'fil To The K.litor. 'perfect Dear Imt: - You ate mrdiallv curiti't ' 1 ; invited to attend the fourth an-i VS! i: j -nual convention of the Tartan- f'lv.''.M I i ess an roni Tal v4o V X vcr lb-It lAie fi Ml tT i: ! takfii on t uniini s .Association foil- I.. ...... j vention to ho i.Kl j the city cnns!i.afi. n a T crnon lexas. Aujrust ii ji and "2 inc. ll'lJ. It Dl tca i u lULBi i Calomel has I n O nds ut homes. ; Q one a pleasant. ; Q onic that is a fur calomel in ' C atioiijl Hlinus-! inste.:. Hud...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 13 June 1912

I - TVWaenoiiei Petroleum Company Y I rc v-ria- .ww. - - - - I eiepnuntr -r oo a 3? -V lr. A i t arewell Address lowing address by Mrs. oyalty. retiring Worthy Las delivered at the hall and which we publish Kjuest of members of prnity: w and members of Jesse No. 76: Wt message 1 would h you. As this is per- I last time I shall ever ;orthy Matron of your tl'deaire to express my thanks to one and all L in Liuot u'dv (1 a 11 III llic 1 1- (. . J v nwj " " Vcouraeed or co-ojerated in my worK. !fke of Worthy Matron is av place to fill. Realiz ed in the beginning of f fot mv inntiilirv t"i . i i . ..... ..... -j - There was older and mhers who could fill the ch bettor but after he ed to the office I have kl to fill it. and have at- very meeting that was been a pleasure to me it tn net as vuiir orthv however there has Ix'en irouragi'inents unil uis- lents but wnat of that? not found where there (nipt to perform some year's work is ended ave done is done w hat ft undone. I have U'ft iPM'cau...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 13 June 1912

o () () () () () () () () () () () () ( () () () () ) ( ) THIS AVALANCHE I'UBLIHnCU EVEKV Til U HMD AY HV THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING I.NCOkl'OHATKU CO. JAMES li. DOW EDITOR. Entered at tlie t'ostorticti at Lubbock Teian for transmission through the Malls as sccoinl clxss matter. S I USCIt 1 1'TION "BATES: One Year 1100 fStrletly in Advance; Su Months 50c A dvkiitimnu Backs: Locals 10 rents pvt line each Insertion. Display- ad vertlstMiienU 15 cents per sImkIb column Inch per week; special rates on year contract. Cards of thanks resolutions Obituaries (other than wrlttenby ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsments where a revenue is derived ll;ererrom ft cents per line. I'rofessKmal cards 11.00 per month or 10 per year if paid In advance. KATY SHOPS SHUT DOWN Several Hundred Employes Thrown Out of Work for Month of June Phone9 Business Office 14 Residence 212 LUBBOCK TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 13 1912 ANTAGONIST. ANTAGONI- ZER AND ANTAGONIZING Whatever else can he said in regard t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 13 June 1912

1 I wi M-ir-zM a i v JUNTS GnOUtn Y wrcuiMLO ) SOMETHING NEW EVfiRY JAY in WFPK RFGINNINof SATURDAY. T W MM M ' - - I () () W. C. T. U. BY MRS. S. P. STUBBS Mil make the following Speoi diaper of $1.00 worth or over the URDAY-l pound Green Te Is' DAY 4 pounds Peaberry Coffee '.SDAY-5 gallons Coal Oil Host Grade JUNE 22nd ficles mentioned below to every L VVEITJSDAY-2() pounds Pink I I hope every intelligent man 'and woman will read this column. Ol Some wide awake women are ill make xpecial lr till be money paved to you to trade with me. O arranging a mass meeting for ' O the children on Sabbath the 23rd . O of this month. They are secur- 51 DD O i insr the co-operation of ministers AC TXlJKSDAY-Six cans Justice CCp 2C "T I . k .1)9 Y Brand Corn JjC Jj The following should by read iPnllFRIDAY-1 pound Shredded Co- nn. J' by . K. &ninn. autnor or mow ibUu 1 coanut bestprade UU Uto Win Prohibition" published I it - .4MJ. uiifLvir (In u in liti innntVi zz' m th Oil POBie ariK'Irt in ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 13 June 1912

1 RYING CHIGKENS-:: - ' ' 1 i . : .' I Bring 'em in. We got to have 'em. Will pay good price. See tnat'tlleMare well eatliered arid fat. PHONES 310 AND 122 VVh J ilN & WQLCGT1 i. lEEE ON ANNIVERSARY licketsi Fins Rl For furtW'r parflcul a. g.cox; Y A JUNE IS Wh'liJunelin n rriurn nmii Jun TH and 15th. e lotn 60c see the agent. LUBBOCK. TEXAS Classified Ads. 2 For S ; frond conditi Mrs. John F. Qtk an Innocent Babe 'our ryes when td Worry and No matter how rough how wear of the work of the day lagged or how sustained a nan ' KOt9 our nervo9 aj ' tjnttI wp bed mi !nay lu'come' he was once 8 llttle long for the song of the ocean. ' barfrain. Child. his head nestled on the: There is mapfc on lhe breezes 4'J It soft white bosom of a loving. trat biow oVr boun.linu billows saddle horse ;m()ther 1111(1 the hoIv sat'rifice of j to pull' cobwebs from tired brains e or double "-' ' and restore ost am b t on u hone- L'olding at a 'bin son. For Sale- A line driversin weight aboft 1(Ih) poun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 20 1912 NUMBER 50 OLUME XII 1 HEAVY WIS DVEHALLWEST TEXAS REPORTS FROM DIFFERENT INDICATE SEEM TO HUE COVERED Same Places Have Had Severe Fruit Damage is Heavy But Scope of Hail Not Extensive Sunday and Monday were brainy days In this section of the South Plains and nearly all over the plains there has been a splendid precipitation. The rains however have been spotted in this immediate section. All the ast part of this county and ex pending over several counties k-Hst and north also south the dain was very heavy while in he city of Lubbock and west of here the fall was light but suf- icient to keep crops growing ind the farmers at work. In the eastern part of this .uaictiv aiimo rr the crotm and Yiit were badly damaged by a I'W . . I 11 I Severe hail wnicn ieu ounuay (ifternoon and reports come to Ms that some houses were badly .lamaged by the hail. From the reports in the daily lapera we infer that the rain has overed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

What Can I Get To Eat Today? Tha u n nnpslion ihat arises with the housewife of many Lubbock Families most every day and some timt sHe jWorfes greatly perplexed. - mm A A LI it .. ...Til a .. n M rl lAft Ilia M A M A IW'tW t l I'lll ff ft fft tl tl V r IW kl 1 ! tl ITO U a hnlioVP WP rn hPln VOU OUl 01 miS irOUDie ll JOU will IlllK Hr us aim i us name 'u j v int." have in our lanre and well assorted stock of groceries. We always have on hand a good assortment of fruits fancy cantod afiod other appetite teasers and can supply you with anything you need to mane up an appeuzing meai. . w tt v r m jr --V l V ra TV1 WEST BROADWAY R. RHONE 275 Jt THE AVALANCHE ri BLIBIIKD BVF.RY TUlMtSDA Y BY THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO. INOOMI"OKATKD jamks l. now Entered at the Postoftlce at Lubbock Texas for transmission through the Malls as second class matter. sTrHS(7u 1 IT ION RATKS: Ono Year l 0i (Strictly In ..v.. i: . i ks -l.oeals in cents ver'setnents IS cents per single column Inch per week; sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

oDonononoDODononoaononononoDonoDonononoDicaoaonoDononononononoaonoDonononononoDon a O o ANNUAL PASS ft. a o o O a o a o S3 O fro n This Pass is good over the Santa Fe RaJlroad provided the pers vvcvixs ana carries Mih the their own baggage swims trie rivers ana aoes tneir trv. G D O 13 O EAST BROADWAY PHONE 194 onoaoDonononononononoDonBHonnonaon:3 X ft. LUBBOCK GRAIN AND COAL CO "How We May Obtain An Education And The Purpose of It." Kind friends hear with mo in and rambles its works and plays mv embarrassment endeavoring. In-fore it takes up books. When until death approaches. or calling as a mere expedient ( and laws of her operation. The Learning is not always an ed- for earning a living. What a ; training of the intellect qualifies uea.tion. but put them toother mean narrow view to take the man for life in every respect. wnai was incenaeu ror me great schxl of life the preat man-de veloper the character huihlor; ; community to discuss this subject in my vveak way. Also go back w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

Who Said Lubbock Wasn't Going to Make The Best Town on The Plains? The time has come when there is a great demand for Lubbock property. There is a reason for malt- ing this statement. The reason is people by great numbers have called at our office during the last ten days and said they wanted a home in Lub- bock. We have pleased some of these by selling to them and others we have Dleased bv renting them a home. Uet busy and pur- Carter Summers chase von a home before ! Brown. iwflin. Fricc the rush. If you think we can't rent your property all we ask is that you give us a trial. Ken ted yesterday and sold the day before. Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON How Ihey Voted The commissioner' court met Monday and canvassed the re- turns of the county seat election which was held in Floyd county THURSDAY AFTERNOON CLUB ! last Saturday declaring the re- The Thursday Afternoon club 1 suit in favor of retaining the had another grand treat on June ! county seat at Floydada by a 13th. when Mesd...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

0 3 0 3 3 3 3 9 1 IS aODODODODOaOOODODODODOaODOOODODODOaoaODO a OTHERS ARE DEPOSITING WHY HOT YOU? This is nn age in an advantage tt A deposit of ftv balance for yoa We appreciate I he to nave every jltun girl open an at V No account too no account too We are pies trust to Our aim is to way hence oul Ihich the Regular Hank Depositor has ft he man who has no hank account. )olIar a day wiil soon estahlish a nice lounl Hth uj positor and would he pleased woman and every hoy and mvc Tirge our careful attention and 'Hi ties. iar our trowing list of depositors and st our customers in every legitimate ank is the A MISREPRESENTATION Colquitt Papeis Herj'd Minister to Wor'd in False Light 1 are excellent J. F. Bacon and family visited VV. R. Adams and family seven miles south of Lubbock Sunday. ' J. T. Brown ha nis family in : Lubbock two of his boys un- der treatment of the doctors. ' L. 0. Uurford's 13 year old I boy Emmet is down with fever but is jetting along ; fairly well :.t this writ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

s ARRESTED FOR KILLING FATHER Son is of Accused Parent Quanah of Murder Near In last issue of the Avalanche appeared a dispatch telling of the discovery of a dead man's body in a pasture and the mur der was a profound mystery to the people of that community. The following appeared in the Amarillo Daily News under date line of June 13. from Fort Worth. Texas: "Percy Pelcher aged 19 accus- ed of the murder of his father V. U. Belcher a well-to-do resi- dent of Quanah. wa9 taken from Fort Worth to Quanah this morn- ing by Sheriff Walker of Harde- man county. "The boy was arrested under an assumed name in Oklahoma City following the discovery of his parent's body in a gully a half mile from the farm house where the murder was committed. "Helcherwas killed May 31. but the body was not found until this wek. Sheriff Walker brought young Pelcher from Oklahoma City Wednesday night and left him in the Tarrant county jail for safe keeping. As he left the jail this morning handcuffed to the off...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 20 June 1912

i a; J' ?2 ccocococ JVww N.."....' WWWWWVWVv WWWWWW v ww Ww vw wwWWW 'wW'WWw ww wWw .1 w LAND uii-ii () TEN OWNER: 1 an? here ?r4 -Pot M h. w Wwwwy r LIS 0 1 lOt t nighi X if t th lingj r tofl dica n Bel rrdei iftor ' At Loyt r ! Frf $75J hi xaJ th e ) Jat th t. O' 0 5 jj We are making Land Sales Every Week. We have buyers coming all the time. If you really want to sell List your property with 3s () () () () () O () ) ) () () () () o o () ) o o o o KIMBRO & PARKS LUBBOCK TEXAS Neighboring County News From Our Kxchanjjt'H Carter also of I'lainview passed ; arc working north CKoSHY I'r fit i.t Rvt : The harvesting of the oats and other small grain began this week in Crosby county. The re- ports from different parts are to the effect that while the crop is very short generally that in some instances it is turning out better than was expected. through hero this week on their way to the mountains in New Mexico. We presume the story a great deal of cloudy weather of the hunt will come...

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