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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 July 1912

T II E A V A Li A N C I I K ITrLIHIBD SVKHY Tlll'KeDaT V TI1K AVAL.ANCHK PUHLISIIINCJ INCOHIDMATRD CO- jam ft l. imiw Entered at tli PostoiTlce at Lubbock Teia Mall as Kfvond class matter. One Year 11.00 strictly In Advance) jncter and o equipped in intfl- I lect m to be acceptable to the conservative element. The party 'has not been so united since Mr. 'Cleveland' first olectioti. I Spellbinders may say what they please about Wall street ! within certain limits that kind for irnnarr.Naion inroad th.'of talk appears to be necessary i as an escape for pent-up hatred of wickedness in illegitimate money-getting but there is a KI.ITOR. Si i Monthi 50c business interest prevading the b.i enure nation wnicn not omv r.r u.. it - iat. T aib ai in i'un t a tM r lint a nY I riA rt Inn I 1 1 tin In V. n r.ltl ICMIT iviii r.f . bcvnio ju n ims ' i i 'mi - a" ; . '11 L. U vertlsrmcnfK 16 cents per single column Inch per week; special rate on must not ie ueupmeu uui wiih.ii year contract. Card of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 July 1912

(Another Buick Sold This Week The Buick Cars arc noted the world over for their durability their splendid style and finish. You sec them everywhere and the owner is always a satisfied man or woman. They are buying them all the time. We want to show you one of our latest modelsthey are beauties. . J Our model 35 BUICK JJt $1060.00 f.o.b Factory T'H Remember we do all kinds of repair work. Have a good supply of extras and do first class vulcanizing Auto MODEL SS 14 Cass Company Society Items BY M US. 1. ROBINSON were three tallies. Miss N'eel won high score. I'elicious refresh- ments of orange salad in orange cups pickle sandwiches and tea were served to the following Complimenting hjr guests i guests: Misses Hihop N'eal ss Avnes. of Jackslxiro Texas Mildred Moore Word Hrown. d Miss Arnett Colorado Texas Wade. Messrs. Tom Clayton a Woltfrtrfh. enter-1 .lim k'immi'l fVrru Plfmnt J)ed Lublx-ck's younger set C. I) lester. Clifford Jarrott. a forty-two party Inst Tues- and Mr. and Mrs. Lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 July 1912

TH K A V A 1 A N O I I 13 taUMNIIBU RVCHY TIIL'UkDAY HV TIIK AVALAiNCIIK IUHLIHI1IN(J INOOHl'OHATICD CO. JAMES L. HOW r.niTOR. Entered at the Pontofflce at Lublmclt Ten for trannmlMlon through the Malta a second class matter. One Year 1.00 St'HSCKMTION RATKS: (Strictly In Advance! Stl Months 60c A dvkktihino Katkh; Locals 10 cents per line each tnsi-rtlon. Display- ad vertlsenientft 15 ccnU per siuW column Inch per week; smjclal raU-a on y.-ar port rarn. Cards of thanki resolutions Obituaries (other than ritt. nh ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church adYi-rtlstnents wht re a revenue i derived therefrom 6 cents per line. Professional cards il.oo per month or '10 per year If paid In advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK TKXAS THURSDAY JULY 25 1912 IT PAYS TO BE GOOD The editor likes boys they are often abused unjustly. And he often reerets that he hasn't the power to emphasize this fact: A boy can have a better time as a polite and well-behaved boy than as a rough...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 July 1912

r s t DOWNING & HILL .1 Headquarters for FEED HOUSE AND COAL DIN SUPPLIES. We keep a good stock on hand. If its in town we have it. : : DOWNING & HILL GRAIN AND COAL DEALERS X I Iff i w. s. ft DON'T THROW YOUR JEWELRY MY! I can repair it and make it last as long again. It is my business to heal all . the ail- ments of the Jewelry Tribe and I guarantee a cure or no pay. BRING ME YOUR WATCHES AND CLOCKS A good cleaning or oiling may be all that is necessary to make it keep good time. Work received by mail receives prompt attention. : : : NORTON JEWELER j j from X) to 150 feet usually occa- j sionally 3W feet or more. At j Friona in Palmer county on the j Santa Fe the Capitol Freehold Land and Investment Company ihns sunk a well more than -100 feet deep and installed a pump 1 for irrigation. The water is lift- ed from ary depth hv windmill in (nifintities sufficient for the (family livestock garden and dooryard trees: and in some counties by gasolene or distil- Notice to Clean-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 July 1912

FVyins Chickens wa MOnri tim in nnr hnsinoss. Brintr the butter and egg hil(Lthey are fresh. Our customers don't like them after they get stale. Let the chickens get fat. Brin the fattest of the towls. :::::::: TVlartin Sc Wolcott RALEIGH MARTIN V)nnnKer 4F 1 " I OF TWO EVILS TAKE THE LESSER. Or Helping Mr. Baker Find The Truth That We May Be Guided Thereby. In the Lubbock Avalanche of July 18 appears an article signed by John W. Baker which is force- fully illustrative of the narrow- ness and one sided tactics not only incident to but absolutely dominant in connection with the present campaign. In the beginning Mr. Baker says: "In the selection of the this governor a serious problem must be solved the solution of which will materially affect the interest of the four millions of Texas peo- ple "It is a situation we have to deal with that to properly handle it we mu8t lose sight of men and concentrate our energies on measures." The only trouble so tar is the fact that John W. has was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 July 1912

if ;!Tgood quality groceries!! You need not fear getting grocer perior grades. We keep a h at prices as reasonable duce and give you your stopping centrally awaits you 3Sir WMS Q locaiea. vve when lmy kii my kind from us that are n;t stnVt.lv nnrp nnrl nf thn en hand and can snnnlv vmir wnnf in f no riRnriPRV T TXTTT ynd aftwhere in town. We will buy your country pro. Air nmiivcL win purillll. IviclKe OU1 Store hftown. Plenty of room cool building and invite you to come ana a hearty welcome you arrive. : : : : : PHOWE 243 SPIKES & SON LUBBOCK TEXAS roblems That Must be Solved Continued from last issue.) n building this State railroad one roan who could and did ct every whipping now holds of the most prominent risi 9 as Superintendent of he State's convict farms 'ited bv Gov. Colquitt yet the ernor would have you he- e that Jude Ramsey built road with "convict's blood" Aithstanding this charge :hst Ramsey do v. Co.uitt iin the very man and the man responsible for any all inhuman ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 July 1912

w w v9 nt-ot-t Srr- Moved Mv friends and customers will find me in my new Quarters in the Merrill-Roberds Hotel bulding in the northeast corner room facing the same street that I have been located on heretofore.. can serve you better because of better store room than in the past and hope you will continue your liberal patronage with me .and I solicit the grocery trade of many more. Call and see me; get my prices. I can possibly save you money. Yoursrigerses SLATON NEWS ITEMS Goings and Comings of People Who Live in Slaton as Seen by the Slatonite. Relis-ious Influence in the Uni- Auto Hose tart. versity of Texas j The Lubbock fire department An active Young Men's1 '9 "ow equipped with an auto Christian0 AociaSRemplo9 a bo3e wagon . They have . t m secretary for his full time . od condition and under onli-Suc-ts religiou meeting! nary circumstances .will be -ready -.u i. -j .Uw lor a auick run the next time . . ; eacn wee aim unrtio a iiuuni . i i A son weighing seven pounds ;of Bibl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 July 1912

JIM Saddles Dusters All Kin 2Wv r-v K J3EALER 1 a f in IN sou Summer Lap urs Etc. ' Does t Repair Work. SIDE SQUARE Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges LYNN fOI.'NTY l.ynn Coitnly N-w: Tuesday afternoon it rained in several r'laees around Tahoka Wednesday afternoon we had a good shower and in the "vest part of town a heavy rain fell main in the sanitarium weeks after the operation. four IIAI.K COt'NTY Hl"C.Mi!lr Hf-raM- KIN It FNORMOIS BONKS. A party of students from Yale in Croshyton this week prospect ing and looking out a location for a hunch of cattle for the coming winter. JVlr. Abney in- formed a reporter that they would like to locate in Croshyton if they could find what they wanted which would be about fifteen sections of land. MKTHOD13T REVIVAL The Methodist Revival that is now in progress at the taber nacle is being well attended both day and niaht services and the able sermons that are being delivered by Rev. J. P. Callaway are having a good effect on the entire po...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 July 1912

T H E V A LANG II K ri'HLINilKD CVKUV THl.'KNDA Y BY TIIK AVAL.ANCIIK PUHMHIIINd l.M'OKPOKATKD CO. JAM L. IOW KD1TOII. Kntered at the l'owtottlce at Lubbock TVs. ( it transmission throiiith ttif Mills as si'coml das mat tcr. "srTi.SCK 1 1'TIO.N HAT KS : One War 1.(mi (Slrlci.ly in Advance! Sli Months 50c A dvkktisinu HA tb: Locals 10 cents prr line rach Insertion. lMsplny- ail vcrtlsj-riicnts 1.') o'rits ptr s!ii;h cnliitTin Inch per week; special rales nn yen- o1" mfs. Cards of thanks resolutions Obituaries (other than wriitentu ourselves. 2 1-2 rents per lint. Church advertlsments h re a revenue l derived therefrom 5 cents per line. I'rofesslona! cards 11.00 per month or 10 per year if paid in advance. DttY LIVER SPOILS DAY'S WORK Don't Let a Torpid Liver Knock You Out of a Day's Work- There is a Better Way- Rend About It A man feels very little like working and a child don't want to gt to xclnxil constipated. If you try yon the cliHtiren are Phones j Business Office 14 ( Residenc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 July 1912

t MB i inn rz-A w-r T" ii itAn 1 11 uuc3 iiin VVUKI What more ubuld you ask? Dikels rfufhine Afid 5age Compound nourish the hair promoting hair groufyfandjirair health. It invig- oratT trfe scalp freeing it from claumrua. K)R SALE BY THE LUBBOCK DRUG COMPANY We.t Side Square First National Hank Kuildinjr premises without the permission of the City Health Officer and in carrying otT or causing to be carried oily any material where- by such disease may be convey- ed is prohibited until after the disease has abated and the premises dwelling and clothing have been disinfected and clean- ed as the City Health Oflicer may direct. j Rule It shall be the duty jof all persons infected with any contagious disease or who from 'exposure to contagion from such I disease may he liable to endunger others who may come in contact 'with him. to strictly observe I such instructions as may he I given him by the City Health I Officer in order to prevent the 'spread of such contagious ois- 1 ease and it ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 July 1912

Lovers of the finest-grades of Candies will all know the superiorities this brand of High Grade Candies. This store is headquarters for this well f known brand. w JOAN OF ARC A TEN CENT SMOKE FOR A NICKLE. This is the verdict of those who have tried this excellent cigar. It is one of the finest on the market and for a good smoke call tor a Joan of Arc. Complete line of Drugs Druggists' Sundries Jewelry Etc. Prescriptions compounded from Pure Drugs. Free delivery of any article purchased of us to any part of town. CRAWFORD DRUG AND JEWELRY COMPANY PHONE US YOUR ORDERS SOUTH SIDE SQUARE BE MEN Before the Avalanche visits you strain the Democratic Pri- mary will have passed into history. The Avalanche has made a fight for what we believ- ed cleaner politics. We have held ud the banner for Ramsey in the governors race because we believe him to be a cleaner man than his opponent ir at least he will lend his influence as governor to cleaner more elevat- ing and better laws. We have not ta...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 July 1912

ODODODODODOaODODODOaODODODODODODOaODODO O a O o a O o a O o o o o o a o o o o a O a The People of the South Plains Are Happy. n If you would be ttappfr. one of thessentials are to have a Hank Accaunu i i We would be Dittoed to hkivrfour account. No matter howfcma lht bvveVould treat it with the same coisiderUftn as we.WouUf a larjre account. If your account wJrfrKotabprtoiate it and ffive it our very best attenlfon. All business atriied to us is treated strictly confidential. We (JTservthtf'Colden Kule m every transaction. The First National Bank S f JNO. V. KAkDt Pre. C. :'. rAKKS V. Pres. OF: LL'lilSOCK TKXAS C. I). l.rSTFy Cashier W. K . DICKINSON SK. V. Pre. K. I:. CKAKi Ass t. Cashier. a o a o a o a o a o a o a o a o o a o a o a o a o a o a o Classified Ads. faults has red human blood in ' his veins not ice water and his indignation when he realized the horrible character ot prison fort SalbAtJi-o Jersey cows ... oi ni 'and calves. j7"tj. Newton. 3tf lu niau ill fii i da jvoi b...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 25 July 1912

WE REPRESENT THE STRONGEST INSURANCE COMPANIES ON EARTH S. P. R.OBBINS (EL company yt 0 Garza District Court j On Monday morning July 15 j District Court reconvened with. the same officers present as the first week. The civil docket hav- ing betn dipp.ised of last week the criminal ducket was taken up as follows: The State ot Texas vs. S. W. Whitaker charged with forgery jury trial. Verdict of guilty and sentence of two years in the pen- itentiary imposed. Post City Post. Texas Industrial Notes Furnished by the Texas Secretaries Association Denton -The First State Ban k 'and Pecos Valley State Bank of WINDOW GLASS E CUMT FOR YOU And will aet it. J DonX forget about the Picture timing uepnnmeni J. TOWLK N. 5ide Square Phone 2oQ. Imperial .Barber Shop Firet.ntniia Hni Cut Shaviid RKumpoo or anything ! thirty-five. in the lifW- of yiiiHonal work. I ourt- cous treaiinerur to all. Your tri lls soliciteil upon the nirit of the workmanship. West siile square I.ubbock Fexas. Doe Mai-hine j ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE ) LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST I 1912 NUMBER 4 1 yLUME XII IE MOGRATC i lNY UNEXPECTED CHANGES TION OF MANY COLQUIT RE-NOMINATED BY GOOD MAJORITY bbock County Election Passes Best of Humor And Several New Officers Will Take The Place of Former Officers The Democratic primary of ly 27. 1912. is a thing of the It is history now the of which we only skan as 'erwee. The vote polled in it itate wi practically full rl varvthin: Pm tO htV smoothly so far as the pri- r Vy waa concerned. From the imii or would iudge that ill number or the canai- i . an - IpT various onices exptrr- 'cd)many rough place aim proa b iovi b road and came out consider- behind. ernor 0. B. Colquitt will Ibceed himself as govorner of I xas by a (rood majority possi- S 40. 000 votes. Morris Shep- I - m l J J-- nt IIUI cnuiuif ide nat0r hav- haps 30.000. dir.. - ..4. . i uenianve oi UK Frank E. I low v j la'-'... . . ; . I wiwent down in defeat by a I've majority Huff defeating LK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

T H A V A L A N C H E ITHLISIIBO KVKIIY TDl'llMtAY BY THE AVALANCHE PUUL1S111N(; INCOKl-OHATKD CO. JAM KS L. IoW fcDlTOU. Entered at t lie l'ostoftlce U Lubbock Texas for trariiirilsHlon through tlie Mails as second class matter. SrifsCRIlTJON KATES: Due Year 1.00 (Strictly In Advance) Sli Months 00c A Dvein imino HATKs Lwals 10 cents pi-r line each Insertion. Display- ad vertlhements li cents per single column Inch per week; special rates on year contracts. Cards of thanks resolutions Obituaries (other than wrlttenby ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertlsmenta v.'h.-re a revenue Is derived therefrom ft cents per line. Professorial cards SI. 00 per month or 10 per year if paid In advance. Phones ( Business Office 14 i Residence 242 LUBBOCK 1'KXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1 !U 2 BECAUSE THEY ADVERTISE I have traded with them and for In this week's issue of the this reason tlie Lubboek trade Sentinel will be found the ad ver-1 territory is growing more exten- tisement of the big "c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

MAKING IT GO Why is it that I have built up a good Grocery trade during the time I have been in business? There is a reason in fact several reasons. GOOD GOODS is one of the reasons. People know they get re- liable merchandise when they buy here. PROMPT SERVICE Users of Groceries appreciate prompt service and they have learned that they are sure to get such at this store. YOU SAVE MONEY In many instances I save you money on articles in the Racket Goods Department. Why pay a big price for an article wcn you can get it at a small cost. With the assurance of all the above I ask you to give me your August Grocery and Racket Trade. J. H. MOORE i Petel. The letting- of contracts 'will be determined the latter part of next week and will be; started immediately upon letting;; .contracts. ; All the cottages are up-to-date in every respect and will he an attractive addition to Crosbyton. The hotel plans have also been approved and the erection of the addition to the Crosbyton Inn will be star...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

"A Girl Hung" around her brothers neck. Beg- ging him to go to the South Side Tailor Shop and let E. L Meridith clean and press his suit Cause he ean "fix em." " - Lfjbbbk' Staite Vote ' Following we give the vote in total for the various state officers except for electors at large and District electors as there was no opposition to them we do not take up space in order to give their vote. U. S. Senator Randell 123 Sheppard 352 Miss Lula Campbell will leave Thursday for Cherokee. Okla- homa where she will visit a few weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hitt formerly of this city. She will return in time to resume her work with her music class tt the beginning of the literary school. Wm. George was in from the north part of the county Wed nesday and reports everything flourishing. He says the lakes have quite a quantity of water in them and that crops are better than for six years previous. G. H. Bran ham Jr. of Slaton was here Tuesday and was a pleasant caller at our office. He ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

DOWNING & HILL Headquarters for FEED HOUSE AND COAL BIN SUPPLIES. We keep a good stock on hand. If its in town we have it. DOWNING & HILL GRAIN AND COAL DEALERS i DON'T THROW YOUR JEWELRY AWAY! I can repair it and make it last as lonfc ap;ain. It is my business to heal all the ail- ments of the Jewelry Tribs and I guarantee a cure or no pay. i BRING ME YOUfl WATCHES AND CLOCKS i A good cleaning or oiling may be all that is necessary to make it keep jjood time. Work received by mail receives prompt attention. W. S. NORTON JEWELER i d COTTON ACREAGE REDUCED lleyen Pe: Cent Rduct on in U ni- If ted States and Two Per 1.1 Cent In Tens Washington . ('. July 31. jhe United States department of rnculture toiav gave out a re- .rt ihnu'ini f he acreage of the I'.'li COH'in crop I" inr i nmpi tates to be ?ir.fi.(t acre crease of 7 per rent under last y-ar's acreage. The acreage of Pe Texas croo in iin at ' ;rJ7f00 acres a decrease of 22:1- j 'iioft acres or 2 per cent under 1 101 1. O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

:cccccocccccocccccccccccccccocccccccccc:cccccccccccccocccocccccocccccccccccocc( Bargains Bargains Bargains Read The List Below And See If There Is Not Something That Will Interest You Section of land in Yoakum County to trade for home or property in Lubbock. $1000 equity. One section of patented land ten miles north of Lubbock close to railroad. $10 per acre cash. Half section of patented land eleven miles northwest of Lubbock at $13.00 per acre: $3.00 per acre cash balance in fifteen equal an- nual payments. Seven sections in a solid body on Texico cut-off. $6.00 per cvcre; $3.00 per acre cash; balance 39 years at five per cent interest. For Sale a Jersey cow fresh in December. Automobile wagon and team and some ca.sh to exchange for a home or make payment on a home in Lubbock. Would Like to have a List of Your Property For Sale either City Property or Farm Lands Robinson Brothers CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 215 cccocococooococccocooQCooooocooooococooocoroocooooooocoocooo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

Holcomfo's Grocery Store Moved My friends and customers will find me in my new quarters in the Merrill-Roberds Hotel building in the northeast corner room facing the same street that I have been located on heretofore. I can serve you better because of better store room than in the past and hope you will continue your liberal patronage with me and I solicit the grocery trade of many more. Call and see me: get my prices. I can possibly save you money. Yours for a bigger business G. A. HOLCOMB Grooer EXTRA SPECIAL The Jordan Sisters Will Sing FRIDAY NIGHT y f 3 Very interesting Keels of Moving Pictures. Follow the t'rowd to the AIRDOME ADMISSION - 10 Church Notes odist children bring them to Sunday School. I Superintendent. (W will bv (f'fl 0 make any an- nouncements of Church Service. Pro- METHODIST Iframi" etc. in tni column iree or charffe where no revenue m received from the service. - Kill tor. LADY WANTED ( f .. fv'H. W al-fl'..-.. . it. h--(n h-'. i i I i- v y i "f" . i-..-n !--...

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