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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

1 WE HAVE MOVED We wish to announce that we have moved our office from the Citizens National Bank building' to the Merrill- Roberds hotel building". Our location in this building is in one of the ground floor rooms on the East side. In our new location we will be in position to execute more work than ever before and with the equipments we have an abstract job given us will have the best of at- tention. Remember we have a complete Abstract of Title to all town in the City of Lubbock and to lands in Lubbock Hockley and Cochran Counties. We solicit your Abstract Business. la ARANTEE ABSTRACT ft TT COMPANY PROFESSIONAL Dr. C M. KALLKNUKK Office First National Bank Bld'g. Telephone No. 2m) Lubbock IVxas Society Items BY MRS. D. ROBINSON ded to the number. The Special 1 Phon Offlc. 104 Kmirimc M2 DU. W. V. CHAPIX Pkntist Office over Lubbock State Bank Lubbock - Texan DR. II. J. HALL Physician ani !SiniKN OiTIre at Star Drutf Store Fhones OMce M7: residence Lubbock Texas The B. M. E. Club ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

POULTRY HOPPERS FOR THE CHICKENS Detail and Illustration for Fro De- livery of Feed Into Tryt for Young and Old. I make all my dry-feed hopper for chick from one-pound coffee cans and cover from Are pound liird palls aaya a writer In the Karm and Home. They are very aatlsfactory at well as cheap. With a run opener I cut a iillt al?it two Inches Ion close to the bottom of the can then at each end of the rut make a half Inch Incision toward the top of the ran. With a pair of pinchers I bend bark the tin making a hole large enough to allow the feed WHY PURE BREEDS ARE BEST Oil - t'ufiii 9 For Baby Chick. to sift through but not large enough for chick to gt It head through leet they get hiinar .rxt I drjve two hole In bottom of can at the proper distance from each other to admit the point of a wire staple. Make corresponding- holee In the pall cover. Insert the staple through the four hole and bend each point outward fa lit en I rig cover and can together. Re move top from can and fill ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

' HERE IS REALLY GOOD IDC Just Be Ha Sold It. THE BUSY LITTLE MARY exxxxxxxxxn 3 1 Hi Ldy of the House Why. I wouldn't fesd ths book If I subscribed for It Book Agent That's all right ma'am. We dont put that clause In the contract. Tubereulasle Day In October. Churches and rellgous societies to the number of at least 100.000. will be urged to fire special attention to the preTentlon of tuberculosis on Sun- day October 27 or on some day dur- ing the week preceding or the week following that data. This season has been set apart and detilgnntnd as the Third National Tuberculoma Day by the National Association for the Study nd Preentlon of Tuberculosis. Tu- berculosis Day was originally set on April 18 but wa postponed because of conflict with Conservation Sun- day of the Men and Religion Forward Movement which was held on flint date. The observance of Tuberculo- sis Dsy In the fall of this year will be utilised by anti-tuberculosis workers only for the general education of churchgoers ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

LARGEST FLAG IN THE UNITED STATES BY KOREAN POLICE With the World's Workers REVIEW ? PROGRESS THAT IS BEING MADE ALONG ALL LINES f ENDEAVOR TRIALDEV ELOPES SOME START LINQ REVELATIONS. 5? CHRISTIANS TORTURED MEN HUNG UP BY THUMBS Eyewitnesses from Seoul Toll of Cruil Proceeding to Wring Confe loni from Prisoners. Pekln China RmmI yewltnee ho have returned lo I'ekln from the trial In Seoul of 126 aliened conaplra- tort charged with plotting to kill (Jen. Tehaucht tho Japanese Governor (Jen- ral of Korea toll Harding atorle of the methods employed bjr the author!' tie In dealing with the prisoner in of whom are Chrlstlnn. They Include five pastors six elder eight deacon ad nine church leaders. The reat are mostly students In Chriatlan colleges. All the acuaed men when given the opportunity aald that their totalled confessions were wrung from them by th moat cruel torture. They were bung np by the thumbs stretched on the rack and burred with Irons In the ecret preliminary trial. Ona st...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

SKEFPARD'S PLURALITY IS BEIIIG REDUCED AS RETURNS SLOWLY COME IN ALTHOUGH WILL WIN. CHANGES ON GOVERNOR Mays for Lieutenant Governor Ed- wards for Tretsursr and Robin- son for Commlesionsr. I Dallas Texaa: (Tuesday'i returnt.) ! The mast of returns atlll coming troni the Democratic primary election kield last Saturday and adding ptoce- joeal to. the totals make no substan- tial changes as to the contests for TJntted States Senator and Governor xcept to somewhat reduce the plur- ality by which Mr Sheppard wins the nomination for Senator. Mayes for Lieutenant Governor Ed- twards for State Treasurer Koblnnon jfor Land Commissioner and Hawkins tor Associate Justice of the Supreme fcourt. Place No. 2. are w inners. Lane appears to hsve defeated Bar- Iter for Comptroller and Looncy to Stave defeated Walthall and Harris for uVttorney Cenaral but upon account of conflicting reports it appears that these races as doubtful. Slnglton leads for Commissioner or Agriculture Mayfleld for Railroad ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

9 W T r r 9 T T r-w.rai-Ttj 1 cent Linen 55 ?" 'HI I it "J nw All 6.00 Skirti now only All 5.00 Skirt now only All 4.00 SkirU now only Ail 3.50 SkirU now only 3.89 2.69 2.49 6.00 black PettiuU now or W Z. '-- - -. ittUcoatf" now only 1 Men's Dress and Work Shirts Midland and Cluett Brands Tbri; Latum represent the largest feasible value at a ffivtn price. All 2.UU Midland Shiru tow only .. . ' All 1.50 Shim cow only All L 25 ShirU now only All 1.00 ShirU rvo- or.ly Ail 75 cent Shirt Dow wily. AU G5 cent ShirU now only .. All 50 cent ShirU row only - .cicoats . 4.49 - .. 3.89 1.39 IvCvi 1.19 lPgf 89c ffjf2 03c : m "'"-i - : I '.MS . 49c fej Mt0m -" I U lcra T trrrDol now only Napkins lu all grade froiu 5U cent t 4 ami j.-r t GO CenU a Bet now only 75 cenu a set now oftSy 1.00 a set now only 1.50 a set now only 2.30 a set now only O sj L or? : 1.191 1.89 Men's and Ladies Uiuierwear U'cilar priced range froui M cent to :s :. . r . ami are an low an thou it any : i i a r k t . Hut here'...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

: snraare?' 1 IS CED REPRESENT THE STRONGEST INSURANCE V VlPANIES ON EARTH S. P. R.OBBINS (SL COMPA AS RETURNS 81 ALTHOUGH fa cka::se? - V May for Lit' wards for ( i ton f' ( D!lai. Te Tho mail from tb D bold last S meal tu th Jtlal chang United Su tcept to llty by Bomlnatli Mayot for Lar Cor A' 10 lllTMfl PCUTIIDICO Court. JO IH III U ULI1IUI1IL0 ktrtTi recognized standard Imto V of the world. GALLUP SADDLES JJJJ Priced m from Phil with an absolute guaran- ?U tee and Gallup Harness. for in If better ones are ever $35 " $75 THE 0. A. & P RAILWAY Engineering Force Getting Mat- ters Ready for Early Construc- tion Into Motley County The long looked for extension ot the Quanah Acme and Pacific Railroad is materializing. The engineering force commenced locating the permanent line from Paducah to Motley county Thurs- day morning. This is prelimi- nary to making up the esti- mates for the construction work which will be done as fast as industrial enterprises in El Paso. Without a shado...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

ll IHL ll L-k l ' atitutbin of the Stat. IT DOES THE WORK What more could you ask? Dike's Qtifne and Sage Compound nourish be hair promoting hair growth hd Hair health. It invig- orates thts sea I p freeing it from dandruff. OW SALE BY THE LUBBOCK DRUG COMPANY Wet Side Square f irst National (tank Building SI of Texaa nrovirfln. for untnd i:..ii in- rer by vntr of 1 Texaa: 11 i Skitiom I. Thl Sertinn 5 of Article 11 of I th. Conalilution of th '' of T.aa h amemleri au lo herei.fter rn'l aa Mlnwa: i .. mum hMvmv more than rive i th.niaanrl irl inhabitant may. by majority ! rote of tho aiiinliltiil yutera oi mo cot. . ! ... eleetu.n hel.l f.iT that UUriue. Jilolit or amend Ihflr charters euhjeet lo .urn nmna- j tlon aa nuiy be .rearrihe.l by Ihe I. vulture ml iruyiiiii-that noehartw or any onlinanre I .......H ..nilr aaai charter ahall contain any i.nnialon inronatatant with the OnatitulUm of the Stt or lh ireneral lawa enacted by th lirinlatur of (hia Sum; aaid ritle. may levy aaeeaa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

i ! J --III !-l;in V- 3 3.r n-ao qui r--sUi P ?n ssTJ jLHAuu u 1 1 k i l mm mrfJt s i&egspinisinig SaturdbrP AugusOEir1 Ending Saturday Amhiggt OiHh Thirteen off The Greatest Bargain D a TTT tt mave iver Witnessed Staples Hrree where you hare a lot of money. You aau't get too timch of the good at these price. All Cilice good per yard Goud Canvassing in quantities l-r vard . .. CV-tton Checks Pr yard TmatJe Percale per yard I'r.no Fercale per yard Cxn-iator Apron Ginghams per yard . Utility Ginghams per yard A- F. C. Ginghams per yard tst A. C A. Tick lr yard Fn Sea Isiand L. L. Brown meltil rarH miMo Q - I. iheetingr I-r Vkril irtto.: cloth per yard 10 and 12 cent Handkerchiefa now i or 42c 4c -5c 5c k ic 8c 10c -16c -6c 7c : 8c 22c -24c 8c - 1 9c 7c r . I 1 Boys' Suits .Stock coiiHitft of the celebrated iWker Mayer fc Co. Kran.l. All well made and Merviceable and cheap at the regular price. We have placed havy reductions ou every one. The reduction in this de- partment alone is...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

' ar. m....m. i M . " . ill GOOD QUALITY GROCERlESl - i You need not fear getting groceries or foods of any kind from us that are not strictly pure and of the su. perior grades. We keep a large stock on hand and can supply your want in the GROCERY LINh at prices as reasonable as you will find anywhere in town. We will buy your country pro- duce and give you the very best price the market will permit. Make our store your stopping place when in town. Plenty of room cool building and centrally located. We invite you to come and a hearty welcome awaits you when you arrive. : : : : : ! PHOfJE 243 SPIKES & SON LUBBOCK TEXAS 1 1 i 1 - THE SANTA FE BUSY Putting More Men to Work at Clovis Grading Being Hurried Up. PUT ON MORE MEN. iere has been fourteen men jid to the payroll of the Santa he past week and more are tt added each day. "We J all the (rood men we can ! is the way one who ought' our nut it. " ' r ie fiscal year has passed for nti Fe and to the disap-. tXnent of everyone there...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

JM00 R LEWIS COMPANY1 IEME-ANNUAL COST GLEAMING SAUL AT LU B B OC Besr inmn aturday Am 3rd Continuing Until Saturday August 17th WE SHALL CONDUCT THE MOST COLOSSAL BARGAIN EVENT OF THE YEAR t 8.JU 0 CLOCK ffiffgmgl ' r . jgmfTrrM - AA"-ry-t-VI' -"-J i

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 1 August 1912

Accordingly during the next two weeks we shall offer our ENTIRE STOCK of high grade seasonoble merchandise at prices rarely attempted. Our object is not profits but to convert a large portion of our stock into cash and thus make room for other goods soon to arrive Let no one suppose for a moment this to be a puny effort to close out a few odds and ends at some sort of discount. Far from it. There will not be a single thing in our entire stock that will es- cape material price reduction. We have determined to make this one of our very best money saving specials. Our stock is fairly complete clean and thor- oughly dependable. There will be no hot air or questionable methods which so often dazzle and delude the customer but a simple business plan wherein every promise and statement herein are verified by merchandise and price realities as evident as plain figures can made them. Make a memorandum of your wants for months ahead and prepare to come. You can 't afford to miss this sale. No...

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

THE xvXE'AK'UHli: l-l'BLtsnr.D EVKKV THUUHDAY BY THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING I.NOOKl'ONATKD CO. jam ks l. dow EDI TOIL Entered at the Postottice at Lubbock Texas fjr transmission tlirouK'li the Mill as second claw matter. One Year II 00 Sl'HSCltlPTlON KATKS: (Strictly In Advance! Sli Months 50c A PVKiiriHtNu Kates: Locals 10 cents per line each Insertion. Display- ad rertlsemcnU 16 conU per (tingle column inch per week; special rates on year cotitraoti. Canis of thanks resolutions Obituaries (other than writtenby ourselves. 2 1-2 cents per line. Church advertisments wht-re a revenue Is derived therefrom fi cents per line. Professional cards 11.00 per month or 110 per year if paid In advance. Phones Business Office 14 Residence 242 LUBBOCK fKX AS. THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1112 SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTIONS Twenty State District Conventions for all Denominations to Begin September I. The Texas Sunday School As- sociation composed of all de- nominations has been regurlarly holding its annual convent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 8 August 1912

I THE LUBBOCK AVALAMCHE LUME XIII. r loo LUBBOCK LUB80CK COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 8 1912 NUMBER 5 SEASON ON SI1UTH PLANS County Primaries NS OF THE PAST WEEK SOAK THE GROUND AINU r n.i- TICALLY INSURES BIG CROP YIELD VER LARGE SCOPE OF COBITBT-iL iN PLACES iavy Electric Storm Wednesday Evening-One Death Probably Resulted From This Farmers Are Feeling Good Over Prospects of a Good Year mn nmi r at mrm w x i-"t-t n uu Jl uW VI r rlne. This is the general re- rt that comes to our omce ery aay. in runs uunnu mr i st week have put a gcoa season the ground which with ..he . .t . - ...:n p at me present tiaxe viu we it on 10 maiuruy nu ikically assures a heavy crop ei in as mucn bh rain cwi- r pjrtt by letter by Ian wonal interviews. a 7 a ' ... j TocJ rains to practically I . OUlilll UtiiiituuiHi; .Lie precipitation has been .... vir at some poinw man hers the entire Lubbock trade Iritory has received a soaking t will bring the wrinkles out grandfather's face and aden the smile on the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 8 August 1912

STILL A CANDIDATE i Not for a county office but for your GROCERY TRADE. We feel confident that this store can fill every want you may have in the way of groceries and good things for the table. The stock we carry is complete and everything is bought in large quantities insuring us the very closest prices. We give our customers the oenefit of every close price we have and will appre- ciate your trade whether you use much or little. L f PHOFJE 243 SPIKES & SON LUBBOCK TEXAS Mrs. Rhodes left Saturday afternoon for Plainview to visit her daughter Mrs. Arion for a few days. S The Pish Are Biting Z S and 2 The Water is Fine J At the Many RESORTS NORTH UAST and WUST Texan Killed In New Mexico Koswell N. M.. July 31. -Investigation by the officials of Chaves county into the murder' of William Alonzo Beall formerly of Texas on his ranch about I forty-five miles northwest I THE FEED CROP A SURE THING 'j Reports From Various Localities Indicate That Feed Will Be In Abundance ! FOR SALE SEC...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 8 August 1912

Notice Of Sheriffs Sale Of Real' notice ui anenn s oaie oi nri r.a.i. ' I a Ml R t Lubbock St ilta Mercantile Co. the uiuDocK Mercantile v an bander Lt Al. ! ni.t;. rwt I K 1 !( Tpir m ' wVe tion and order of sale issued of the District Court of Lubbock CU!lty.lTX..M0rrat onteSl rendered in said court on the otn day of June A. I). 1912 in favor ! of the Lubbock Mercantile Com-1 pany and against the said Van Samlets being cause Mo. bl on. ZC. 7ii' a f - IJM .n me uotRf i oi cwui i i urn i the UOth day of July. A. V. VJlt HI 1 O dOCri li. Ml. irii iiivu invr following described tracts or par- eels of land situated in the town of Lubbock Lubbock county.; Texas and known as lot 19 in block 101 as shown by the map or plat of said town recorded in vol. bywn .'tXI and : deed records of Lubbock countv lexas. . Sai l property vhhI upon as the property of Van Sanders to snisfv a iudvrment in favor of anify a jiidvrment in favor or a U i a j ij. i ti 4 IjUlinocK .Mercantile i .ompany 1 orrnmef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 8 August 1912

Classified Ads. 9 MORE DAYS 9 MORE DAYS For Sale -Poland China pigs. I S. D. Stewart 7 miles South. 52 tf IB) fa PA 15) V "A Girl Hung" around her brothers neck. Bog- ging him to go to the South Side Tailor Shop and let E. L. Meridith clean and press his suit Cause he can "fix em." For Sale or Trade -4 passen-! ger auto in first class shape. Ste j Ollif Wilkfnson. 5 2t For Sale Span of good i young: work mules. See Jim O'Neal. Lubbock Texas. 5 lip I For Sale Five large work mulaa mra mi tnn (A LI I I mullet ac i uui tuN icij. v.i. ii. i Branham Jr. Slatoo Texas. I 4 2ti FOR SaI.E Three srnail mules. citv hroke. Thew mtilnn are fast drivers ;ust the thing for car- rage driving. See Martin & Wolcott. 50 tf C. B. Dickinson of Meadow was in the city Wednesday and reports fine rains Sunday and Monday in his community. He returned last Friday from a business trip to southeast Texas. Where he went to dis pose of some property. He says it was sure hot in that section of the state and he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 8 August 1912

a A n n o u n o e m e n t I will have a car load of the celebrated Emerson Bu t r i i r"y to arrive in a few days and I will be in position to furnish you with any kind you may want. Have purchased two car loads one of which is now enroute. Do not purchase elsewhere till you have seen my stock and got my prices and terms. : : : : : y f. r ; TTX B. WRIGHT WEST SIDE SQUARE LUBBOCK TEXAS Neighboring From Our County News Exchanges DAWSON COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Vickers of ibbock were visitors here psterday. Mr. Vickers stold a arch on his friends last Satur- ... . . M ay. uunng trie excitement or ection day he and Miss Jarrott. of Lubbock's most charming S' ghters were married. J he e is wishes for them a long life f happiness. Sfcnething over five thousand alltrs was turned loose here st leek by a mule buyer from ort Worth (lood prices were we understand the g back to pick up ore mules. A small unoccupied house !o- ied near Mr. Pebnam'a place. iJffht fire and was totally de- rcyed to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 8 August 1912

wTetrtt Your Second Hand Goods Con. .nd le u tr.de ne. W. h-v. JSA ft do no t nd. or.wewiHm.ke you attncth. "jStf'S to?Pd you will buy from u. () is tuny guaraniecu hiiu uui vvi' " . . Is fully guaranteed ana our pnws ms mv - 4 THE AC V t I IM enur PHONE136 M 1 ' iT? n iic. CAMftM PROPRIETOR PHONE136 THE AVALANOHK rriiLiHiiRU Kvr-iiY thvhhday by THE AVALANCHE PUHLISIIING INCOHl'OKATKD JAM KS L. IOW Democratic Nominees VAllnu'inir nrft the nominees of0 the Democratic primary whoX) are now subject to the general O election in November and whose ) kditor. 'announcements appeared in this O CCCCCCOCCOCCCCOCCOCCCwwwwwwwwvwwvvvwvJU CO. Kntered at the Postofflce at Lubbock Malls i second class mat ter. Texas for transmission through the j T ! paper before the primary: StIHSCIUl'TlDN 11ATKS: (Strictly In Advance) Sn Month ftoc One Year ft. 00 MVKimMNu Katic:-Locals lucent per line each Insertion. 1 Isplay- art vVrtlsempnta 15 cents per single column Incli per week: special rates on ipir ront...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock Avalanche — 8 August 1912

Ae Appreciate Your Business AND PROVE OUR APPRECIATION IN EVERY WAY POSSIBLE Start today to phoning us your order every morning or any time of the day that it is convenient for you to do so and we will deliver the goods to you promptly. Remember We Want to Buy Your Country Produce. LONG BROTHERS COMPANY "THE STORE THAT ALWAYS HAS IT" DON'T THROW YOUR JEWELRY AWAY! 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. Vork received by mail receives prompt attention. : : : W. S. NORTON JEWELER Haven't Forgotten Edgar If good Brother E. W. Bounds ran everywhere he is known as I well as he did in Mitchell county j it will he some time yet before I the bosom of his pants shall warm j the Goehlin tapistry on the chartia ! in the national house of represen- tatives lis vote in Mitchel...

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