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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 15 August 1912

)W1 BUILDING MATERIAL THAT YOU MAY HAVE we would be pleased to supply the material for, and YOU will be plensed to note bow great a saving you will make. Our BUILDING MATERIALS are always of the best quality, they never Vary. Our prices are shaved ho elotie, that you could not find a resemblance of high prices. Whether you are on job work, or a contrac tor you should buy of us. MATERIAL rOR y. A. L P. Work on the Grade May Commence Within the Next Two Weeks Work Will be Pushed A. G. MAIMS LUMBER j CO. ! Several cars of material have been shipped for use on the ex tension of the Quanah, Acme & Pacific, according to information received from Attorney Decker a few day9 ago. It is expected to arrive in Paducah any time. The material will be placed in the yard here and used as the con struction crews reed it. In speaking of the extension Mr. Decker says: "It is a mistake that a part of the contract has been let for the construction of the road. There are a number of contractors who a...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 15 August 1912

We Continue Cut Prices On All Summer Goods Now is the time to buy School Suits for the boys. All boys fancy mixtures, stripes, checks and plains worth up to $6.50 now $3.00. These are suits you are sure to want when the weather gets cooler. So buy them now. 33 1-3 Per cent off all Mens' Suits. A complete line to select from. Don't forget that we sell a Blue Serge Suit for $10.00 worth $15.00. A SPECIAL IN MENS' GAUZE HOSE, ALL COLORS, 3 PAIR FOR 25 All Summer I.-;m (iood at special prices. You can get them at almost your own figure. A A Advertiser lileaching priced low for advertising purposes, now 10c. 150 Piece Red 5eal and Toile du Nord Ginghams just received. These brands suggest quality 12 l-2c per yd. Cadet and W under Nose for the boys and girls sold under a guarantee. A new case just received, 25c per pair. A new Cobweb I. Isle Hose for ladies in black only 25c per pair. WMI-N IN OWN MAKIj OUR STORIi YOUR Hl;Al)QUARTKR5. PLENTY OP ROOM AND A PLACL TO REST. LUBBOCK MERCANTILE...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 15 August 1912

TILL A CAND1DAT xtm. o ntv nffW but for vour GROCERY TRADE. We feel confident that this store can fill every want vou ma? have iS t ofga imd good things for the table. The stock we carry is SK and werytMng us bought in large quantities insuring us the very closest prices. Wgive our customers theWfit of every close price we have and will appre ciate your trade whether you use much or little. :.::: PHOFJE 243 SPIKES & SONU1BBOCI(L Ig" I ...........iiiMHltHMMIHMMHIMH"'wl! wimniiii"" THE AVALANCHE I'l'BLIAHKD BVBKY THUH8DAY BV THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING INOOKPOKATBD CO- JAMES L. DOW, EDITOR. Entered at the Postofflce t Lubbock, Tm. for transmission through the Malta u second dun mstter. One Year Sl.00 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Strictly lu Adnce) Sli Monthe 50c d n t'-IaiIi 10 cents Der line each Iniwrtlon. Display Tertlnemento 16 oenta per single column Inch per week; special rats on voir nnntnLCtA. Tarda of thanks, resolutions, Olifcuarie, (oiner uian Ht.tnhv oiirselres. 2 1-2 cents per li...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

ANCHE OLUME XIII LUBBOCK LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1912 NUMBER 7 THE LUBBOC AVAL RULES BY WHICH THE LUBBOCK HIGH SCHOOL IS TO BE GOVERNED FOR 1912-13 TERM . ' READ THEM UNO GOVERN It Will Help You to Know Just Child as Wall as What Teachers and It is only a few opening day of school. It is important that very thing le in readiness for he first day. In order that the, best preparations be made you should know what is expected of you and your children. For) his reason we are publishing ; below that portion of the cata- logue relative to trie govern-; ment of the school. Head it nd learn your duty and i hen i-erform it. and the school jviII be better than ever. The .board is doing all thev can to mild up a school in Lubbock econ 1 to none in the state and vitn the co-operation oi the atrons and by the aid of a L'iwwI faculty this can be done. The Public Kre Schools of he city of Lubbock shall be a ystem of graded schoolj, com prising twelve grades. The first. pecond. ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

THE AVALANCHE I'L'BLIfrDED EVERY TBVKCDAY BY THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING CO. 1NOOKI"OKATKD JAMES L. DOW, EDITOR. Entered at the PostoRlce at Lubbock, Tmu, for mnsmlMion throuRh the Malls u second class mat ter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Strictly In Advance) Sli Month! 60c One Year 11.00 IbVKRi-iHiNM fUTicn:-Locli 10 nU per line each Insertion. Display- ad ve?KenU 16 crnu per Mnle column Inch per week; special rate, on vr contncu Card, of thanks, resolutions, Oblluariea, (other than Tittenbv ouraclveaTs 1-2 cent per line. Church advertUmenU, where J wmMEwS ftherafrom, 6cenU per line. Profewional card. II .00 per month or iu per year u ym OL S Business Office 14 Phones Regidence 242 LUBBOCK, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1912 Trade chants. with Lubbock mer- RABBIT BOUNTY The Gaines County Commis sioners have appropriated $500 as bounty money for rabbit scalps to be paid out at the rate of four cents per pair of ears. If the Gaines county peo ple get after the rabbits like the l. . -J T nVthsmLr...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

Neighboring County News From Our Exchanges TERRY COUNTY Terry County Herald: George Snodgrass and familv, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. R. A. Soodgrass, passed through here last week on their way to Floydada, to visit their sister and daughter, Mrs. Sur gerner. Eastin Wolffarth, of Lubbock, and Charley Epps, of Plainview, pent Wednesday night at the hotel. Eastin has been out to the ranch branding his black muley calves. They will prob ably go on to the T4 to look after buying some cattle. George Tiei man came in this week from Dundee, where he went to carry his niece, Miss Kula Whiser.ant home. While down there he attended the Sheriffs' Convention at Fort Worth and went on to Sherman to see the two negroes hung. his mother-in-law, Mrs. M. F. Cropp, of Lockney had died sud denly of heart trouble last Thursday some time during the night at the home of her son, R. L. Cropp, of Flomont, 30 miles east of Lockney. She was well and hearty when she retired Thursday night, and they didn't...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

If-- ; f . FLOUR WHITE (iold-nodalln the Cake iiakin&A4mest. Buja ack oMSat , CREPT if ZJT V JLto J P eTrcst F(ouf. IJUf P Jo Johnson, who recently purchased the Palace Barber Shop on the south side of the square, has moved it to the Re treat old stand on the west side of the square. The Retreat out fit has gone into cold Storage I at the Ballinger West Broadway. L Have three new brick build ings, in good town, to trade for kind in Lubbock, Texas. 2. Have 19 acres of well proved land close tc town, ideil home, fine proposition im- an i for truck farming or chicken ranch ce tor n and 4 old stand on lis'teh! .1 Ki 4 room JVsidan imOO. wil tak wat team as firs payaienur 4. nhve iovelyiifcWKes to1 sell I ke (Wyinrent.i yw j 5. lf you vat V 1 trade j lao)lfor to prmvNifll and j 6. Si. rni resiHeV'e.J in Ft. j norm, win ixaue iwr.uuuiivR propertii Y ROB son LA ER cnoaononoQoncaononGaoBononon I ALFALFA o n o MARTIN RALEI The Lubbock School Regulations (continued trom first page) see th...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

irr. ir Is e le In v eal e, xcl 1 n a ort II er lea Mo vhe efo iU!t tiv ay axl or Deafness Cannot l Cur.-i ir lixnl KpiDlrallnno. ItHT mnnM raarh lln- rll anar.1 .rli.i ol tin- aar, IVr. la ia H am.- ibitnaaa. mhI thul H l fnimltuimiM r, mul'ia. Ihiliioi la raiwrd by all Innmf4 faidlllcai ol !! miir.nn Imma, l Ilia r iai.u-liin Tuun. ti-n Una tut u n.rlamrl T" rumMnm 10111111 nj i"- rarl'Tt IW.irli.a, 4 wn II mliM rt.owl. Iml-n-M la ilia r-'iH. M imi lia tiill'imniaH' "n tnmn out alnl 'fc.. tulif ri-loril l.i It. normal Mrfiill It.ni. hrarina 1 la ili-atroril fttfrvff, oma an" ('it ol tan iW ri'iya-il l'i I alarrh. ahlrh M nntlilni but n Uifttmiil rililliai iH llw mum aiirfawa. win alv 1 Mr llimilml iM-'lara lor anraaar l tb-i!ti. v ic.i'i1 tif raurrhi tlial raoool b mml by Hall a l-auirrh I'urr. Hrnil lor rlrmlam .rrrr. f 1. I lll-.NKV 4 t.. Totrdo. U Mil ny finif1a ;v law 11 ill a l aaiilr run lor raiaiipaiioa. H. I). Heal had his wagon in town last week and Bent out a lot of buil...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

A New Buggy Is The Pride of Any Home Remember I have a number of he celebrated EMERSON BUGGIES in stock now and a car on the road. . Others Are Buying; Why Not You? I will take your old Buggy as part paj' for a new one. Gome in and let us talk it over. I can interest yAu if you want a good buggy cheap. ' - . y "... OIN THE WEST SIDE OF SQUARE B WRIGHT LUBBOCK, TEXAS Church Notes We will be glad to make itny an nouncement of Church Service, Pro pram, etc., in thin column free of charge, where no revenue is received from the services. Editor. SUNBEAM PROGRAM Song. Prayer. Roll cail How I made my niekle for associational missions. Scripture lesson, Luke 4:16-22 by Hughes. Questions -Lester Miller. Story of Elijah and the widow of Sarepath Viola Mobley. Story of the healing of Naman Mane Simmons. Recitation -Lillie Rich and Sylva Wilson. Song. How I went to Sunday School when I was a child Sister Ar buckle. Lord's Prayer. M. K. SUNDAY SCHOOL The Methodist Sunday School will tie conducte...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

AGAINST INTERVENTION Senior Texas Senator Does Not Be lieve That Present Conditions us.. ...4 .- D.. tk. II C ,i, warrant niuun oy ino u. WashinRton, I). C, Aug. 19. "I do not believe that the situa tion in Mexico justifies inter vention by the United States. It would be an act of war." This was the declaration on the floor of the senate May by ben ator Culberson in response to a A hv Senator Fall of New Mexico that this country recog nize the insurrectos fighting in Mexico under General Orozco. Th rntpment hv Senator Cul berson reflects the viewH and at titude of all the Texas members of the house, as well as Senator Kailpv. Senator rail secured the floor on a question of person- Li! privilege and vigorously de nied chaws i.y rresiuem .viau- ro thai the New Mexico senator Hose relationship with Oroeco, had been renxnsi A for the failure of the nego tiations for pence in that repub- ie. Then, when ouestioned by Senator Cullerson as to what he would have this country do, as .ntervent...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

m mm mm -w mm m - ' - ilite Deliehue p o WO o C o o u C) n o n o n O n o n o n o n o n o n o n o n o a rgjkm of the FMoins Flour g Rride of the FMi JT o a o YVhonf nnrl millprl hv n rhuns Mill. There is not a better grade of wheat grown than the Plains Wheat. Get a sack of this flour and he convinced, o, ouz-mvict ii i c! cononoDonotioponondoononoo APPOINTS TEXTBOOK BOARD Nine Teachers Will Select Adop tions .for Five Years Chosen From List of Thirty. Austin, Tev., Aug. 17. Gov. Colquitt announced today the waraf the nine teachers who are to cam pose the State Text Book Buard, with the Executive and State Superintendent of Public Instruction, a total of eleven members. Advertisements have been in itted calling attention for bids to be submitted in this city, September 24. Several hun dred bojks will be offered the lwarct on that date for adoption w tbw state, to be used in the jwblk schools during the five jears commencing Sept. 13. 1913. The adoption must be made by kv. 1, next Und...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

tw,,,t,,w,MW.......... : s Don t Let your ijrv mi For Something To Eat . i f h0 utnnHnrd foodq for the Horses, Mules, Cows, Chickens, Pigs, Etc., wehnvenrh cK w,tHVnnPW ABUT YOUR COAL BITS'? If It Is running low let us refill It. THE TRACK DOWNING & HILL PHONE 324 HOUSE ON ;. a )n :r in- on w ?r;s ea ite 1 M LIKES THE AVALANCHE hinks Lubbock is Alrijht and People Don't Believe it Come And See Citation By Publication The state i( Tcx. To the the idieriir or any conUll' of l.uhtiock county-irwtinK: You an' hereby commandi) to aiim nmn the unknown heir, and Miccennint of the estate of Jami'i 0. Hiirke (ie-ceosi-dl !y making publication of thin citation one in each week for ixtit i"uc ceHhive week ir-viniM to the return day hereof, in aonie newspaper publish ed in your county if then? he a new pitjier published therein, but if not, then in any newspaper published in the Seventy-second judicial district, but if there he no tmwspaper published in aid judicial district, then in a news ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

Country Produce And we are willing to pay you every cent the market wiljper uirA FTx Qcil Oaf 1 14 f a a ft a a f as s CARIES AND RACKET GOODS and will be pleased to figure with you on your next order. neiiblrJc e have Corn Chops and Bran ONE DOOR EAST OF MERRILL-ROBERDS , I rINI RPfbTHERS COVlPArNY POST OFFICE BUILDING i - 4 THE AVA'LA NOHJh: lTBLIsniCO KVKHY THVKSDAY BY THE AVALANCHE PUBLISHING INOOkl'OKATKD CO. JAMES L. DOW, EDITOR Entered at the Po-storttce at Lubtwck, Thm. for transmission thruuifh the Malls as second class matter. One Year tJl.oit Sl'HSCKU'TlON RATES: (Strictly In Advance) Six Month 80c bock, neither are there any men here that need watching, anil we are afraid there are not many who want to call in the deacons of the church to talk over plans for the prayer meeting:. Judg ing from the number who attend the midweek prayer service, there are few who have any plans regarding the prayer meet ing. Most of their plans are for ad aircastles or possibly working ODODO...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

Stetesp b Lubbodk Ml. 627. I A. G. McAdams Lumber Com-! of the district court of Lubbock panyandat all times since said ! county, Texas, on a judgment j... mJ am f k a 9rl tav .nf i j A a I fT,a, rountv of uaie"' . T ,n l .l renaerea in saia court on me f Texas county September. A. D. 1912 beiw the , Mf. . - Movemhe- a n if .1 n ... first Tuesday in said montn oc- , Mercantile Co. vs t. K' nt m vwk a. 1910. in favor of the First Nat- t A I ltl ureiiuu.. . - . . . . . UVhe Uistict Court of Lub- boc IV toun t y Tex as. Wnea6y virtue of an execu tion and order of sale issued out Notice Of Sheriff's Sale Of Real Estate The Lubbi Tl vanftSanders It Al. ..Mn m on said 1 ional Rank of Elida New Mex- ill aiiu m w viwi y i - day at the Court House door of j ico an(j against R. A. Haswell said Lubbock county I will offer ; M the 8urvivor of the communi- :. .i,- .nA n ir p.iiinp anfl H. LA Haswell. deceased. of the District Court of Lubbock , hftS or had in and t0 said real j Nl. 465 on I the ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

iiuoononononononoaonoaoaonononononon n o a o n o o n o Q o n o a o D O D o o a o a lft Imm, EAST PHONE 194 A big Stocktf Grcrtfufay, Feed Stuff of All Kinds. AIsoWholesatlFlour and Meal. iA Good Supply of CoaJ Always on Hend. n Town Orders Delivered Promptly to Any Pert of Town. a o B9 cononocononoDonononononcnonoaocc3ononono:nocc)3oaecaocc?ncnononononononoaoaoE3onc5no ccDCGcacooQoaoaoDOQoaoooooDoooaonoDoooo:ono B CASl fl WO, CO I r m a O o o o o o o o o () ) o o ) ) ) o o o t) ) o o ) o o o () C. V. Osborne returntd last week from Pampa, where he went to vfSTt his sons and to look after his wheat crop. He savi he believes they have the best wheat in that section that) be has ever seen in Texas. i WANT DEPENDABLE TANKS? CALOMEL on Its 'go Let V ft anv kind City Building Notes Shade trees will enable a town to boast of the delightful cool evenings encountered in it's locality. Trees create breeze, and a breeze brings relief from the heat. A modern sewer system will increase thre popu...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

m )i Democratic Nominees 1 1 Following are the nominees of S le Democratic primary, who r . . a L I e now suujeci 10 ire irenerui ection in November, and whose nouncements appeared in this per before the primary: r District Judge: W. R. SFENCER. ir District Attorney: G. E. LOCK HART. r County Judge: E. R. HAYNES. )r County Attorney: R. A. SOWDER. fcr Sheriff and Tax Collector: W. H. FLYNN. br Tax Assessor: II. K. PORTER. r County Treasurer: R. II. WILSON r ... i r.: . ri..-i. . j I J. A. WII.SON. H. C. GUINN. r Hide and Animal inspector ROB JASPER, r Commissioner Precinct 1: R. A. BARCLAY. r Commissioner Precinct 2: C. A. JOPLIN. r Commissioner Precinct 3: L. 0. BURFORD. r Commissioner Precinct 4: J. M. WRIGHT. r Justice of the Qface Pre J. D. CALDWELL. Clerk's Quarterly Statement of County Finances Tabular statement ot J. A. Wilson, County Clerk, of the in debtedness, expenditures and Receipts of Lubbock County, Texas, : for the quarter ending August 12th, 1912. ! JURY FUND, FIRST ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

.A FllNSUR ANCE COMPANIES ON EARTH WE REPRESENT THE ST S. P. (EL COMPANY SLATON BRIEFS Interesting Items Compiled By the Slatonite in its Last Week's Issue. BIRTHDAY PARTY On the morning of August 7th Frances Adams entertained a number of little girl friends in honor of her fourth birthday. The guests were received at the door by Frances and ushered in to the bedroom where Marsei! Turner took their hats, 'lhey were then refreshed with punch gracefully served bv Edith Ed wards. After enjoying game?, stories, etc., for awhile the little girls were called into the dining room where quite a pretty sight was awaiting them. The room was darkened, four candles shed ding a soft light from the birth day cake in the center of the table. The decorations were pink and white, pink ribbons running from the cake to each little girl's place. Quite a little fun was created in finding the names on the place cards, which were decorated with pictures of dainty little girls like them selves. The refresh...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

OUR BIG GROCERY BUSINESS HAS NOT GROWN WITHOUT A CAUSE our low margin of profit has hac are satisfied with the courteous They are satisfied with the quali are always good advertisemen luliy wnicn insures you headquarters. We can mat we naut vou want filjtfe bill wfyr laffge or h it. People have become our customers and thev ceive. They are satisfied from a standpoint of service. . .. CUSTOMERS in good condition and the assortment looked after care- We invite you to call and see us. Make our store vour small, ' Goods delivered promptly to any part of town. PHONE 243 SPIKES & SON SOUTH SIDE SQUARE BANKERS CLOSE MEETING Tiari!!o Was Selected Place For Holding Net Convent'on l England National Hank, Kan- W'ayland lawn, where music wa9 das City; T. P. Martin of the furnished by the Plainview as the Mock yarns .arionai nan k. (k- Drass nana ana an orcnesira; the jlahoma City; Coi. Henry iced cantaloupe, cigars and punch Exall. of Iallas. president were served fallowed by a dance 'of t...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 22 August 1912

Notice of Sheriffs Sale of Real Estate. The State of Texas, County of ams Lumber Lorn J. Diliard. et a!. Lubfik: A. QTMcAi rany. vs ja Mo. 441. 1 In lhe districl mmm W court of Lubbock coynty, ieas. WhereaaJJy virtue of an exe cution and order of sale issued out of the district court of Lub bock county. Texas in a judg ment rendered in said court on the 23rd day of May. 1912, in favor of A. G. McAdams Lum ber Company. 0. C. Belt and Mrs. VV. E. Penney and against J. J. Diliard and W. B. Powell, being cause No. 441 on the docket of said court. I did on the 20th day of July; A. D. 1012, at 4 o'clock p. m.( levy upon the following described tracts or parcels of land, to-wit: Situated in Lubbock county. Texas, known and described as lots 11-12-13-14 and 15 in block 116 in the town of Lubbock, as the same are shown on the map of said town recorded in Vol. 5, pages 384 and 385, deed records of Lubbock countv, Texas. Said real estate levied upon as the property of J. J. Diliard and was lev...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lubbock avalanche. — 29 August 1912

THE LUBBOCK AVALANCHE fllUME XII LUBBOCK LUB80CK COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1912 NUMBER 8 10 Ml lira ECENT ACT OF CONGRESS PROHI8ITS OPENING OF SUNCAY MAIL EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1. UBBOCK POSTMASTER RECEIVES MUCINS TO CURE ELECTION EVILS Legislator-Elect or West is Pre paring New Bill to Present At Coming Session rst Assistant Post Masttr General Issues Letter to all Postmasters of First and Second Class Offices That No Mail Will After September First, Be Delivered on Sunday. Kerrville. Aug. 25. -The Dem ocratic convention for the One Hundred and Fifteenth district convened here Saturday. A. M. Kennedy, whose name was placed on the ballot by petition was declared the 'nominee for representative. He received 1, 3 VI, votes and A. 0. Lawlor 764. Mr. Kennedy has given out the following statement: "lam preparing and will introduce a comprehensive election bill which will be the most pro gressive measure of the kind that has ever been proponed in Washington, Auir. 21. 1912. I The ...

Publication Title: Lubbock Avalanche, The
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